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Oreste Marrero: Oreste is a former Major League Baseball player.
He signed as a Free Agent with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1986.
In 1993, he signed with the Montreal Expos.
He was an All-Star for San Antonio of the Texas League in 1995, and was third in the league in RBI and fourth in Home Runs.
In 1996, he signed with the LA Dodgers, and finished seventh in RBI's in the Pacific Coast League, for LA's AAA Affiliate.
He has played in the Winter League for the past 17 years, and also played in Mexico and Taiwan.
In 2000, he began playing for the Atlantic League.
He is a coach for the Parade Ground League.
First baseman Oreste Marrero then hit a two run home run (17) that made the score 6-3.
Lancaster added three runs to the lead in the top of the ninth inning.The inning was highlighted by a two-run single by Burkhart and an RBI single by Marrero
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...Ten Questions with Oreste Marrero
...Ten Questions with Oreste Marrero - atlanticleaguebaseball.com feature by Mike Ashmore
was like, 'Come on Oreste
, let's go.
L.E.S. Gaucho is definitely getting the message
The current staff includes Frankie Rodriguez, who pitched for the Minnesota Twins, and Oreste Marrero, who was the starting first baseman for the Montreal Expos under manager Felipe Alou.
L.E.S. Gauchos corral former pro players as coaches
Instead they are top-level former pro players, such as Frankie Rodiguez, who pitched for the Minnesota Twins , leading their staff with 13 wins in 1996 , the Seattle Mariners and the Cincinnati Reds, as well as Oreste Marrero from Bayamon, Puerto Rico, who was the starting first baseman for the Montreal Expos under manager Felipe Alou and had a long career in the minor leagues and overseas in Taiwan, hitting 278 home runs, 277 of them in the minor leagues.