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PON99103106 - 31 OCTOBER 1999 - PONTIAC, MICHIGAN, USA: Detroit's J.B. Brown (31) breaks up a pass intended for Tampa Bay's Darnell McDonald in the fourth quarter, October 31, at the Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan. jr/ag/Al Goldis UPI .
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Darnell Tyrone McDonald (born November 17, 1978 in Fort Collins, Colorado) is an American professional baseball outfielder with the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball.

In 1997, McDonald was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles 26th overall in the first round in the amateur entry draft. He began his professional career with Single-A Frederick, but after four games and two stolen bases there, he moved to Single-A Delmarva. In 134 games with Delmarva, he stole 35 bases and hit .261. His 35 stolen bases were a professional career high for him. He stayed with Single-A Frederick for the entire 1999 season, and in 130 games, he stole 26 bases and hit .266. He earned a promotion to Double-A Bowie in 2000, with whom he hit .242 in 116 games, and stealing 11 bases.

In 2001, McDonald played in Double-A Bowie and Triple-A Rochester, where he hit .238 and stole 13 bases in 104 games. He began the 2002 season with Bowie again and hit .292 and stole 9 bases in 37 games. He was again promoted to AAA Rochester, where he hit .289. In 2007, he was traded to the Minnesota Twins and re-united with the Red Wings.

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