From BR Bullpen
Moved from main page, this looks "copy and paste"d:
Geronimo Berroa was one of many great journey men who played what seemed like a life time in the minor leagues but also found sucess by playing in the show. There is not much infomation on his minor league career before 1992 but he did play in the Toronto Blue Jays farm system. Berroa played with Knoxville in the class double-A Southern League in 1987 and while with Knoxville that season Berroa led the Southern League in total bases with 297. As for Berroa's Major League career he signed with the Toronto Blue Jays in 1983 but made his Major League debut nearly seven years later with the Atlanta Braves in 1989. After seeing 81 games of action in 1989 Berroa saw only saw seven more the following season of 1990. Berroa resurfaced in the majors in 1992 with the Cincinnati Reds seeing just 13 games of action with them. Taken in the expansion draft by the Florida Marlins in 1993 Berroa would only play 14 games for them in 1993. Berroa would next play in Oakland with the Athletics which is were he played the most of his career in the majors. Berroa played full time with Oakland from 1994-1996. Berroa returned to Oakland in 1997 but ended that season in Baltimore with the Orioles. Berroa played with the Cleveland Indians and the Detroit Tigers in 1998 before finally playing with the team he first signed him. After playing at least 20 games with the Toronto Blue Jays in 1999 Berroa played 24 games the next season with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2000.
He was selected as Nashville Sounds MVP in 1992 posting a .328 Batting average Berroa ranked second overall in the American Association.
Why do you think it was copied and pasted? It doesn't look like the kind of stuff one finds on a media guide. - --Mischa 21:11, 2 October 2010 (EDT)
Maybe not a cut and paste I suppose. Just an unwikified copying from a media bio of some sort, by an unlogged in user. --Jeff 21:18, 2 October 2010 (EDT)
Or an unwikified entry by a Berroa fan. - --Mischa 21:20, 2 October 2010 (EDT)
I'm moving it back, since there's no indication it's a copyright violation. --Philippe 09:40, 7 August 2011 (EDT)