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I’m wondering if there is a Major League Baseball player that played on a championship Little League World Series team and a championship College World Series team and a championship Major League Baseball team.
— Kevin Bray, St. Petersburg, Fla.
No player possesses that unique Triple Crown. In fact, only two players have even appeared in each of the three settings you mention. Longtime Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek led his Altamonte Springs, Fla., team to the 1984 LLWS (losing in the finals to Seoul, Korea) before joining Georgia Tech teammates Nomar Garciaparra and Jay Payton in the 1994 College World Series, where they lost the title game to Oklahoma. Varitek was part of the curse-busting 2004 Red Sox and won another ring with the Sox in 2007. Ed Vosberg played for Tucson, Ariz., in the 1973 LLWS (Tucson lost in the finals to a Taiwanese team), then played for 1980 College World Series Champion Arizona before embarking on a journeyman career as a reliever that lasted until 2002 and included a stint with the 1997 World Champion Florida Marlins.