Davalillo

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Vic Davalillo - Major League Career
... Davalillo became the eighth Venezuelan to play in Major League Baseball when he joined the Indians in 1963 as their leadoff hitter and center fielder ... The following season, Davalillo finished second in the league in fielding percentage among center fielders and was named as a recipient of the 1964 ... In 1965, Davalillo led the league in batting at mid-season with a.345 batting average, earning him a place as the starting center fielder for the American League ...
Vic Davalillo
... Víctor José Davalillo Romero (July 31, 1936 in Cabimas, Zulia), is a Venezuelan former professional baseball player ... Davalillo batted and threw left-handed ... Davalillo was a leadoff hitter known for his speedy baserunning and capable defensive ability ...
1977 National League Championship Series - Game Summaries - Game 3
... Garber retired the first two hitters and got ahead of pinch-hitter Vic Davalillo 0–2 ... But Davalillo, noticing Ted Sizemore playing unusually deep at second, shocked the Phillies with a drag bunt for a single ... Luzinski threw to second to try to nail Mota, but his throw got past Sizemore and Davalillo scored ...
Vic Davalillo - Career Statistics
... In a 16 year career, Davalillo played in 1,458 games, accumulating 1,122 hits in 4,017 at bats for a.279 career batting average along with 36 home runs, 329 runs batted in, a.315 on ... Davalillo's record for pinch hits in a season was broken in 1976 by José Morales ... Davalillo played in four World Series and was the first major league player to play for three different teams in the League Championship Series (Pittsburgh ...
Vic Davalillo - Minor League Career
... Although many baseball references show Davalillo’s birthplace as Cabimas, Venezuela, in 2006, he told a biographer that he was actually born in Churuguara, Falcón ... His older brother, Pompeyo Davalillo played briefly for the Washington Senators in 1953 ... Davalillo began his professional baseball career as a pitcher when he signed a contract as an amateur free agent with the Cinncinnati Reds in 1958 ...