Arizona Diamondbacks' Alan Zinter watches his game-winning, two-run home run leave the park off Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Brooks Kieschnick in the eleventh inning Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2004, in Phoenix. The Diamondbacks defeated the Brewers 9-8.(AP Photo/Paul Connors)

No. 11 on this list is 1989 UA All-American catcher Alan Zinter, drafted No. 24 by the Mets in ’89. It took Zinter 13 years to get to the majors. He made his debut at 34 and retired at 36, having played 1,882 games in the minors and 67 in the big leagues.