Eddie Zambrano

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Eduardo Jose Zambrano Guerra

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Outfielder Eddie Zambrano was selected as the American Association's MVP in 1993, when he played for the Iowa Cubs. It was his tenth season in the minors. The Chicago Cubs rewarded him with a late-season promotion to the Majors and he made his debut on September 19th. He hit .294/.333/.294 in 8 games. He remained on the Cubs' Major League roster for the entirety of the 1994 season when he hit.259/.353/.474 in 67 games.

He was back in the minors in 1995, this time in the Boston Red Sox organization. In 19 games with the AA Trenton Thunder, he managed only .147/.224/.206 averages; he also played played one game with the GCL Red Sox, failing to reach base in 5 at bats while striking out twice. With the 1996 Pawtucket Red Sox, his numbers were .111/.111/.111 in 3 games. He also played for the Aguascalientes Rieleros of the Mexican League that year, hitting .288/.356/.480 with 34 doubles, 16 homers and 74 RBI. In 1997, he batted .231/.368/.372 for the Mercuries Tigers in Taiwan. He is also listed as playing in the Mexican League for the Cancun Langosteros in 1999 and 2002; he hit .253/.341/.456 with 17 HR in 1998 and .178/.302/.244 in 13 games in 2002.

His brothers Roberto Zambrano and Jose Zambrano both played in AAA while his nephew Rougned Odor played in the majors and another nephew also named Rougned Odor has played in the minors.

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