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Baseball has been around since 1869, and players have been wearing numbers on their jerseys since the 1920s.
However, there are four two-digit numbers that have NEVER been won:
80, 86, 89, and 92.
This season there were six unused numbers, but relief pitcher Adam Cimber now with the Cleveland Indians took one off the board, when he became the first to ever use #90. Then, relief pitcher Pat Neshek for the Phillies became the first to wear #93.
So if you have those four numbers now you can be the first to have it in the MLB!