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Pompeyo Davalillo

Pompeyo Antonio Romero Davalillo [da-va-LEEL-lyo], nicknamed "Yo-Yo", is a former Major League Baseball player. A slick shortstop with a fast swinging bat and quick feet, and listed generously at 5' 3", 140 lb (64 kg), Davalillo played in the American League in 1955 for the Washington Senators. He is listed in major league records as having been born on June 30, 1931, in Caracas, Venezuela .

The oldest brother of outfielder Vic Davalillo, and nicknamed "Yo-Yo", Davalillo was drafted by the New York Yankees in 1953 and later transferred to Washington. Between 1953-55, he played three full-seasons in AA and ...

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