Jesus Manuel Marcano Trillo
born Jesus Manuel Marcano Trillo
Positions: Second Baseman, Third Baseman and First Baseman
Bats: Right, Throws: Right
Height: 6' 1", Weight: 150 lb.
Born: December 25, 1950 in Caripito, Monagas, Venezuela High School: Tecnica Industrial (Maturin-Monagas, VE) by the Signed Philadelphia Phillies as an amateur free agent in 1968.
( All Transactions) Debut: June 28, 1973 (Age 22)
vs. KCR 3 AB, 1 H, 0 HR, 1 RBI, 0 SB Teams (by GP): Cubs/Phillies/Giants/Indians/Athletics/... 1973-1989 Agents: Bob Gilhooley,Jim Bronner,Maria Trillo, previously: David Landfield [*] Final Game: May 20, 1989 (Age 38)
vs. CHC 4 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB
About biographical information
News -- April 2013
4/10 Macho-Row.com: Macho Row Phlashback: 1980 World Series, Game 2:
Macho Row Phlashback is a series that takes a look back at some of the great moments in Philadelphia Phillies history. ...
4/10 Macho-Row.com: Macho Row Phlashback: 1980 World Series, Game 1:
Macho Row Phlashback is a series that takes a look back at some of the great moments in Philadelphia Phillies history. ... News -- February 2013
2/8 Did The Tribe Win Last Night?: Hayes a Top Rookie With Cleveland Before Long Tenure in Philadelphia: By Craig Gifford In a career that was over much too soon due to a broken arm, Von Hayes was known best for being a sturdy run ... News -- January 2013
1/6 Phillies Nation: The Re-Emerging Venezuelan Connection: When Nelson Prada was named manager of the Williamsport Crosscutters on Friday, I surmised that perhaps the Phillies brought Prada ... News -- December 2012
12/11 That Ball's Outta Here: Cards On The Table: We Were Wrong About Von Hayes: Every now and then a professional athlete comes along that, for whatever reason, is strongly disliked by many in the fanbase. ... News -- June 2012
6/7 MetsToday.com: Mets Game 57: Loss to Nationals: Nationals 5 Mets 3 It took one day to go from first to fourth. Mets Game Notes You can’t be too upset with Jeremy Hefner‘s ... News -- April 2012
4/19 Bus League Baseball: The Bizarro Hall of Fame: The Class of 1995: The Bizarro Hall of Fame was a series I ran on my old blog, One More Dying Quail, in 2007. It consists of players who appeared ... News -- February 2012
2/9 Baseball Musings: Hall of Fame, Latin Version: I just received this press release from ESPNPR: ESPN Deportes brings a comprehensive highlight show of the Salon de la Fama de ... News -- January 2012
1/26 PaulLebowitz.com: The Price for McCutchen: Pirates GM Neal Huntington is making it clear with his between-the-lines statements that he’s willing to trade Andrew McCutchen—The ...
1/11 High Heat Stats: The 10 most under-appreciated players of the 1980s: #5 Von Hayes: Von Hayes got a raw deal.He came up with so-so Indians teams that basically did very little.Then he got traded in an infamous ... News -- July 2011
7/12 22gigantes.com: My worst All-Star memory:
Hammaker's 83 Fleer.
Today's a day to feel proud. You're a Panda-hat-rockin', cheesy-grin-jockin', B-Weezy-screaming, Orange-and-Black-redeeming, ... News -- January 2011
1/25 B-R Blog: 3+ Games With 2B/3B/HR Since 1920: Conventional wisdom suggests that the single is the easiest part of hitting for the cycle. So, what about the "hard" part? Since ... News -- December 2010
12/26 MLBTradeRumors: MLBTR Originals: 12/19/10 - 12/26/10: People all around baseball took it easy during the holidays this week, but we here at MLBTR pumped out plenty of original content. ... News -- November 2010
11/26 Crashburn Alley: Phillies Best Ever, by Position: MLB Network recently aired an episode (likely a re-run) of Prime 9 where they looked at the best players at each position during ... News -- April 2010
4/21 B-R Blog: Missing the cycle by a single: Earlier this season, the Rockies' Ian Stewart had his second career game where he missed the cycle by a single. This is the rarest ...