Jason Repko was an exciting, if not overly productive, outfielder for the Dodgers from 2005-09.
He was also often injured, missing the entire 2007 season with a torn hamstring.
Repko played 130 games for the Minnesota Twins in 2010-11 and five games this season for the Boston Red Sox after signing a minor league contract and getting called up April 15 when outfielders Carl Crawford and Jacoby Ellsbury went down with injuries.
In his seven seasons, he's a lifetime .224 hitter -- his best season was batting .254 with 10 stolen bases in 69 games with the Dodgers in 2006 when he missed 2 1/2 months with a high ankle sprain.
You get it. Talented fielder, subpar hitter and tenacious when it comes to keeping his big-league dreams alive.
Which brings us to Sunday night, when he made an over-the-wall catch for the triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox at McCoy Field in Rhode Island.