Vizquel says this season will likely be his last
Shortstop Omar Vizquel says he will likely retire after this
The 11-time Gold Glove winner is in the Toronto Blue Jays’
spring training camp on a minor league deal. He said Thursday that
he’d like to be a manager.
Vizquel, who turns 45 on April 24, would be headed into his 24th
major league season if he makes the club. Vizquel provided a
positive clubhouse influence for the Chicago White Sox the past two
seasons and a reliable option off the bench.
The three-time All-Star appeared in 58 games last year, batting
.251 with eight RBIs and seven doubles. He is a career .272 hitter
in 2,908 games.
Vizquel’s .985 fielding percentage is best all-time among