Atlantic League of Professional Baseball infielder, Edgardo Alfonzo plays for the Long Island Ducks and is also a former player of the Major League Baseball. He was born on November 8, 1973 in Miranda State, Venezuela.
It was in 1991 when Alfonzo was signed by the Mets as a non-draft amateur free agent. He had his debut during the 1995 season. He had spent most of his time at third base while accumulating a .310 batting average when he was a rookie. He also became one of the best defensive second basemen in the league in 1999 to 2001 leading to the recognition of Edgardo Alfonzo autographed 2000 World Series baseball. He had his best season in 1999 and 2000 where he accomplished 27 homer runs, 108 runs batted in and 41 doubles. Alfonzo has signed with San Francisco as a free agent during the off-season and made the Edgardo Alfonzo autographed 2000 World Series baseball a valuable item.
He had struggled for most of the first half for the Giants in 2003 where he hit a .216 batting average with a blazing 27 runs batted in. It was on May 26, 2006 when he was able to sign a minor league contract with the Blue Jays. He also signed a contract with the Bridgeport Bluefish of the independent Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. Alfonzo had returned to the ALPB where he signed with the Long Island Duck in February 2007. He is currently third in the New York Mets franchise history with 123 runs recorded in one season.
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