From BR Bullpen
David Mario Amaro
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- School Duke University
David was a 24th-round draft pick by the Chicago Cubs in the 1984 amateur draft. He played for the Geneva Cubs and hit .200/~.326/.247 in 56 games as the regular first baseman. He battled a wrist injury and retired.
In 1985, Amaro tried to stage a comeback with the Mexico City Tigers and hit .292/~.346/.375 in 8 games, scoring six runs, before his wrist problems caused him to retire for good.
Amaro later worked as the National Sales Manager for Lyslas, a computer company.