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Cesar Gutierrez

Cesar Dario Gutierrez [goo-te-ER-rez] , also nicknamed "Cocoa", was a Venezuelan shortstop in Major League Baseball who played with the San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers (1969-71).


Gutierrez was born in Coro, Falcon State. Nominally a "good field-no hit" shortstop, he never represented a danger for any pitcher. He was a career .235 hitter with 26 RBI and no home runs in 223 games.

Gutierrez's most productive season came in 1970, his only season as a regular, when he posted career-highs in batting average (.243), RBI (22), runs (40), hits (101), doubles (11), triples (6), stolen bases (4) and ...

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