Ten Million was a minor league baseball player who played for various teams in the Northwestern League in the years prior to World War I. He is best known for his unusual name.Baseball career The Cleveland Naps acquired Million's contract in 1911 but he never got to play a major league game due to a knee injury. Million played for the Tacoma Tigers from 1912–14, where in the last two season he played under Hall of Famer Joe McGinnity. Million also played with the Seattle, Victoria, and Spokane teams of the Northwestern League. His career was brought to an end by a knee injury.Source: Wikipedia
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