Bert Campaneris Blanco, is a Cuban American former professional baseball player. One of the mainstays of the Athletics' championship teams, he holds the A's franchise records for career games played, hits and at bats. He led the AL in stolen bases six timesand retired with the seventh most steals in history. He led the league in putouts three times, and ended his career among the major league leaders in games and double plays at his position. He is one of five players in major league history to hit two home runs in his first game. In his postseason career he had 11 RBI with 3 home runs, 4 doubles and a triple, scored 15 runs, and stole 6 bases in 37 games. In his 19-year career Campaneris batted .259 with 79 home runs, 646 RBI, 1181 runs, 2249 hits, 313 doubles, and 86 triples in 2328 games. His 649 stolen bases placed him 7th in major league history, and behind only Ty Cobb and Eddie Collins in the AL. Campaneris retains the Athletics franchise records for career games, putouts, assists and double plays at shortstop. As part of a special promotion featuring the popular young player, Campaneris became the first player to play every position in a major league game. On the mound, he pitched ambidextrously, throwing lefty to left-handers, and switched against right-handers. Campaneris lives in Scottsdale, Arizona, and often participates in Old-Timers' games around the country. He also conducts baseball camps and is an active participant in the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association, often playing in charity golf tournaments.