Oldest MLB star dies at 102, Conrado Eugenio Marrero Ramos
Oldest MLB star dies at 102, Conrado Eugenio Marrero Ramos
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Conrado Eugenio Marrero Ramos (April 25, 1911 – April 23, 2014), nicknamed "Connie," was a former Cuban professional baseball pitcher. The right-handed Marrero pitched in Major League Baseball from 1950 to 1954 for the Washington Senators. Marrero made his major league debut when he was 38 years old, and was one of the oldest players in the league throughout the duration of his time in the major leagues. He was a popular star in his native Cuba, where he had a long and successful career in amateur baseball, pitching for Cuba in several Amateur World Series competitions, and playing several excellent seasons with the professional Cuban League and the minor league Havana Cubans. His nicknames in Cuba were “El Guajiro de Laberinto” (The Peasant from Laberinto), reflecting his rural origins, “El Premier,” and “El Curvo
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Views: 1,071
Uploaded: 5 years ago
Duration: 01:17
Videos: 116
Subscribers: 156
Description
Conrado Eugenio Marrero Ramos (April 25, 1911 – April 23, 2014), nicknamed "Connie," was a former Cuban professional baseball pitcher. The right-handed Marrero pitched in Major League Baseball from 1950 to 1954 for the Washington Senators. Marrero made his major league debut when he was 38 years old, and was one of the oldest players in the league throughout the duration of his time in the major leagues. He was a popular star in his native Cuba, where he had a long and successful career in amateur baseball, pitching for Cuba in several Amateur World Series competitions, and playing several excellent seasons with the professional Cuban League and the minor league Havana Cubans. His nicknames in Cuba were “El Guajiro de Laberinto” (The Peasant from Laberinto), reflecting his rural origins, “El Premier,” and “El Curvo
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News, People, Sports
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