Born: February 5, 1905 in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Died: December 4, 1967 in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Bats: Right Throws: Right
HT: 5-5 WT: 160lb.
One of the most versatile people in baseball, he was a player, coach, manager, Scout with the Brooklyn Dodgers, sports commentator, and sports journalist. As a manager, he was runner-up with Santurce in 1957-58 and won the championship with Caguas in 1958-59. In the Negro Leagues he saw action with the Philadelphia Giants, Cuban Stars (East), Philadelphia Quaker City Giants, Lincoln Giants, Cuban House of David and Stars of Cuba.
Photo colorization: Joe Torres