"Marlon Ordell Anderson" is a former Major League Baseball Utility player#Baseball/utility player. He was widely known for his clutch hits, and writers for publications including The New York Times and Newsday had referred to him as one of the best pinch-hitters in the game. During the 2012 season, he served as the hitting coach for the Potomac Nationals.More Marlon Anderson on Wikipedia.
[In so many ways, the Mets had this game at their fingertips. Anderson had a chance to beat the throw home because Perez double-clutched, but Dodgers catcher Dioner Navarro blocked the plate with his shin guard and would not let Anderson sneak a hand around him.] I didn't have anywhere to go, ... If you have a collision there, you don't know what you're going to get.Marlon Anderson