José Antadilla

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José Angel Antadilla

Biographical Information[edit]

Jose Antadilla hit three home runs for the Panamanian national team that won the Bronze Medal in the 1930 Central American Games to set a record that would last until the 1935 Central American and Caribbean Games when two players each hit five. Antadilla hit .261 for the event but slugged .652 as half of his hits were long balls (two against El Salvador, one against Guatemala). He scored six runs, two shy of the lead, and fielded .952 at 2B. He also was with Panama when they split the Silver Medal in the 1935 Games.