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Jeff Conine is a veteran of the Marlins' championships in 1997 and 2003 (the only years in which Conine played in the postseason). Conine's two World Series rings equal the number worn by all of his new Phillies teammates combined (one apiece for David Dellucci and the injured Aaron Rowand). Conine has never tasted playoff elimination. Since the inception of the wild card in 1995, he's one of three players to appear in as many as six postseason series and play for the winning team in each. The others are Craig Counsell (1997 Marlins and 2001 Diamondbacks) and Chili Davis (1998-1999 Yankees). Davis played for the winner in eight of nine postseason series during his career, including two years prior to 1995 (1987 Giants and 1991 Twins).
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