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Year after year and team after team, Josh Wilson keeps finding his way back to the major leagues.
The Mt. Lebanon product has been serving as a utility infielder with the Detroit Tigers since being called up from Class AAA Toledo on June 5. Wilson has batted .368 in nine games with a double, three RBIs, a .368 on-base percentage and a .421 slugging percentage.
At Toledo, the 34-year-old hit .291 in 37 games with nine doubles, 10 RBIs, six stolen bases, a .350 on-base percentage and a .362 slugging percentage.
The Tigers are Wilson's ninth team in his eight-year career as he has also played for the Florida Marlins (2005), Washington Nationals (2007), Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2007), Arizona Diamondbacks (2009, 2011, 2013), San Diego Padres (2009), Seattle Mariners (2009-10), Milwaukee Brewers (2011) and Texas Rangers (2014).