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Roberto Alomar - A New Team

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Alomar played in Baltimore for two more seasons before being traded to the Cleveland Indians, where his brother Sandy was still playing. The Indians were glad to have him: they had not had a solid second baseman since trading Carlos Baerga away in 1996, and they needed a good player to complement their star shortstop Omar Vizquel. The Alomar-Vizquel combination succeeded better than anyone could have hoped, and the two were widely considered to be the best second base-shortstop duo in the major leagues in the late 1990s. "I can't be with anyone better than [Alomar] at second base," Vizquel told John Kuenster of Baseball Digest in 2000. "We are like family."

Career Statistics

Yr Team AVG GP AB R H HR RBI BB SO SB
BAL: Baltimore Orioles; CLE: Cleveland Indians; NYM: New York Mets; SD: San Diego Padres; TOR: Toronto Blue Jays.
1988 SD .266 143 545 84 145 9 41 47 83 24
1989 SD .295 158 623 82 184 7 56 53 76 42
1990 SD .287 147 586 80 168 6 60 48 72 24
1991 TOR .295 161 637 88 188 9 69 57 86 53
1992 TOR .310 152 571 105 177 8 76 87 52 49
1993 TOR .326 153 589 109 192 17 93 80 67 55
1994 TOR .306 107 392 78 120 8 38 51 41 19
1995 TOR .300 130 517 71 155 13 66 47 45 30
1996 BAL .328 153 588 132 193 22 94 90 65 17
1997 BAL .333 112 412 64 137 14 60 40 43 9
1998 BAL .282 147 588 86 166 14 56 59 70 18
1999 CLE .323 159 563 138 182 24 120 99 96 37
2000 CLE .310 155 610 111 189 19 89 64 82 39
2001 CLE .336 157 575 113 193 20 100 80 71 30
2002 NYM .266 149 590 73 157 11 53 57 83 16
TOTAL .304 2183 8386 1414 2564 201 1071 959 1032 462
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