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Cesar Tovar

Cesar Leonardo Tovar , nicknamed "Pepito" and "Mr. Versatility", was an infielder/outfielder and right-handed batter in Major League Baseball who played for the Minnesota Twins (1965-72), Philadelphia Phillies (1973), Texas Rangers (1974-75), Oakland Athletics (1975-76) and New York Yankees (1976).

Tovar was born in Caracas, Venezuela. He was signed by the Cincinnati Redlegs in and, after being traded to Minnesota in late 1964, made his debut on April 12, . The Twins made ample use of his ability to play a variety of positions; by , Tovar divided his fielding season between third base (70 games), center field (64), second ...

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