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Alomar, Roberto Velasquez

Born: 1968 AD
Currently alive, at 47 years of age.
Nationality: Puerto Rican
Categories: Baseball Player

1968 – Alomar was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico on the 5th of February.

1985 – On the 16th of February, he was signed as a non-drafted free agent by the San Diego Padres.

1990 – Alomar and Joe Carter were traded to the Toronto Blue Jays.

1992-1993 – He played a large part of Toronto’s World Series championships.

1994-1995 – Alomar holds the American League Record for most consecutive games without an error (104) from June 21, 1994 to July 3, 1995. He signed a contract with the Baltimore Orioles.

1999 – He joined his brother Sandy when he signed a contract with the Cleveland Indians.

2000 – Won the Gold Glove Award.

2001 – He was traded to the New York Mets.

2003 – Due to poor performance, he was traded to the Chicago White Sox.

2005 – Due to health reasons, he retired from the field on the 19th of March.