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Magglio Ordonez

Magglio Jose Ordonez is a Major League Baseball right fielder and right-handed batter who has played for the Chicago White Sox (-) and Detroit Tigers (-present). Ordonez is exactly six feet, one inch tall and weighs 215 lb.

In an eleven-year career (through the 2007 season), Ordonez is a .311 hitter with 250 home runs and 1002 RBIs in 1395 games. He has been selected for the All-Star Game six times and has won three Silver Slugger awards .

Ordonez spent the first eight years of his major league career playing with the Chicago White Sox. In the five seasons prior to 2004, Ordonez hit at least .300 with 29 home runs and 99 RBI, and reached the 30-home run, 100-RBI plateau in four of those seasons. He also collected over 70 extra-base hits from 2001-03, but a collision with second baseman Willie Harris on Omar Vizquel's popup to right field during a May 19, 2004 game in Cleveland, cost him two trips to the disabled list and two surgeries on his left knee. He finished with .292, 9 home runs, and 37 RBI in 52 games.

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