For a man who spent the first six years of his big-league career with one team, 31-year-old Aaron Heilman has become a journeyman in the span of a year.
Heilman, remember, was the right-handed pitcher included in Jack Zduriencik's massive J.J. Putz trade last winter, a deal that brought Heilman to the Seattle Mariners from the Mets in December.
One month later, Heilman was traded again, from the Mariners to the Cubs in exchange for shortstop Ronny Cedeno and lefty Garrett Olson.
And now, the Cubs have traded Heilman to Arizona for a pair of minor league players.
That's four teams in 11 months - one of which never actually got him in uniform.
Good luck, Aaron. Keep a suitcase packed.