June 20, 1941 |
Humacao, Puerto Rico
|September 13, 1967, for the Los Angeles Dodgers|
|Last MLB appearance|
|June 7, 1970, for the Kansas City Royals|
Ángel Luis Alcaraz Acosta (born June 20, 1941 in Humacao, Puerto Rico) is a former second baseman in Major League Baseball. Alcaraz was signed as a free agent by the Milwaukee Braves on January 1, 1959 and then traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers before the 1960 season. He spent several seasons in the minor leagues before making his Major League debut on September 13, 1967 for the Dodgers against the San Francisco Giants.
After two seasons in Los Angeles, he was purchased from the Dodgers by the Kansas City Royals on October 21, 1968. He played for the Royals for two more seasons and then was traded by the Royals to the Chicago White Sox on March 30, 1971 for Bobby Knoop.
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