May 6, 1956 |
Hato Mayor del Rey, Dominican Republic
|September 8, 1978, for the Pittsburgh Pirates|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 29, 1979, for the Pittsburgh Pirates|
Alberto Lois (born May 6, 1956 in Hato Mayor del Rey, Dominican Republic), is a former Major League Baseball player. Lois played for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1978 and 1979. He was used primarily as a pinch runner, but was also an outfielder.
On January 5, 1980, Lois sustained serious injuries in a vehicular accident in the Dominican Republic when the truck he was driving collided with a train that was parked, unlit, in the middle of a grade crossing. Six of the nine people in the truck were killed. Lois was thrown from the vehicle; he was unconscious for six days, and damage to his right eye ended his career in professional baseball.
- Gedda, George. "Dominican Connection: Talent from the Tropics Changes Face of National Pastime". Strategic Book Publishing, 2009, p. 117. ISBN 1606930230
- Briceño, Pedro G., ed. (15 April 2007). "Muchos peloteros profesionales son de pura ascendencia haitiana". Listin Diario. Retrieved 24 May 2017. (Spanish)
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