Nandy Serrano

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Manuel A. Serrano

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 9 1/2", Weight 174 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Nandy Serrano hit .387/~.441/.677 for the Puerto Rican national team that won the Silver Medal in the 1991 Pan American Games, with 7 runs and 7 RBI in 8 games. [1] In the 1992 Olympics, he hit .118/.111/.176 with two RBI in five games, while fielding .818 at third base, which he split with Gualberto López. He also had four error-free chances at 2B. He got both of his hits off Gold Medal winner Cuba and Jorge Luis Valdés. [2] He had a brief pro career in the California Angels chain, batting .195/.277/.244 in 13 games for the '92 Boise Hawks, driving in six. He fielded .958 at the hot corner.

Serrano then became a financial planner. He started a program aimed at helping professional athletes manage their money, given the large number who go broke due to poor planning. [3]


  1. 1992 Baseball Almanac, pg. 301
  2. Old IBAF website
  3. CBS Miami, Linked In