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9 January 1987: Submitted by the Pittsburgh Pirates as an amateur-free operative. 14 November 1996: From the Pittsburgh Pirates with Orlando Merced and Dan Plesac to the Toronto Blue Jays acted to make the player later called Brandon Cromer (minors), Jose Pett (minors) and Jose Silva. Toronto Blue Jays sent Mike Halperin (minors) (11 December 1996), Abraham Nunez (11 December 1996) and Craig Wilson (11 December 1996) to the Pittsburgh Pirates to close the deal.
21 December 1997: Independent agency awarded. 6 January 1998: Signing as free representative with the Cleveland Indians. 25 March 1998: 30 March 1998: Signing as free representative at the Anaheim Angels. 29th September 1998: 27 December 1998: signature as free representative at the San Diego Padres.
García Guerrero (born October 15, 1967 in the state of Táchira, Venezuela) is a former baseball second and right-handed player who performed for the Pittsburgh Pirates (1990-96), Toronto Blue Jays (1997), Anaheim Angels (1998) and San Diego Padres (1999). In 2018, he became Acereros de Monclova's Mexican League executive officer.
Garcia joined the Pirates in 1987 as an amateur-free spy. Nearly three games on the Pirates' AAA Buffalo Family. Garcia had his best Buffalo 1992 win so far, beating .303 with 13 home run and 70 heats. Initially a short stop, José Lind García's pirate deal provided an occasion on second as Jay Bell was rooted in the short stop.
His best season was 1995-96 with the clubs .294 and .285. García beat in a 610 games careers for .266 (580-2178), with 33 Homer, 197 RBI, 274 heats, 102 double, 17 triple and 73 base thefts. It was the only Pirates exponent at the All Star 1994 match; it sang in its only one on the beat.
García were joined in 1996 by Orlando Merced and Dan Plesac to form the Toronto Blue Jays for José Silva, two smaller leagues, and later to name names including Abraham Núñez and Craig Wilson-García. Garcia ended his carreer with a season with the Blue Jays, Anaheim Angels and San Diego Padres.
From 2005 to 2007, García was the first and third Seattle Mariners basic car. As the first basic trainer and infra -ield trainer for the Pittsburgh Pirates for the 2010 seasons. Garcia has been named as Mexican League goalkeeper for the 2018 spring tournament of the Acereros de Monclova.
Although he was named executive for the 2018 autumn tournament, he retired for personality reasons. However, he was not able to take part in the tournament until the end of the 2018 year.