Ramón Conde

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Ramón Luis Conde Roman
(Wito, Guito)

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 8", Weight 172 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Ramón Conde was one of the early major league players from Puerto Rico. He was born the same year as fellow Puerto Rico star Roberto Clemente.

He played for the 1960 Spokane Indians managed by Preston Gomez, along with Willie Davis, Frank Howard, and Ron Fairly. Conde hit .326.

He played in 14 games with the Chicago White Sox in 1962 but did not record a hit. He did have one RBI on August 2nd against the Boston Red Sox. He pinch hit in the bottom of the 9th inning for Eddie Fisher. Cam Carreon was on second base. Carreon advanced to third base on a wild pitch, Conde grounded out to first base, scoring Carreon. The White Sox lost the game, 7-4. Conde played third base in 7 games and committed one error in 9 tries.

He spent part or all of 11 seasons at Triple-A, playing 17 years in the minors in all.

Conde later managed the 1981 Plataneros de Tabasco, 1985 Wytheville Cubs and 1986 Union Laguna Cotton Dealers.

Year-by-Year Managerial Record[edit]

Year Team League Record Finish Playoffs Notes
1981 Plataneros de Tabasco Mexican League 10th replaced by Hugo Rios
1985 Wytheville Cubs Appalachian League 39-31 3rd
1986 Algodoneros de Torreon Mexican League 10th replaced by Gerardo Gutierrez

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