Gus Gil

Tomás Gustavo Gil Guillén (born April 19, 1939), better known as Gus Gil, is a former Major League Baseball second baseman who played with the Cleveland Indians (1967), Seattle Pilots (1969), and Milwaukee Brewers (1970-71).

Gil was born in Caracas, Venezuela. He was a sure-handed fielder and did his job well playing for three teams in four seasons. Unfortunately, like many infielders of his time, Gil had a light bat.

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In his career, Gil batted .186 (87-for-468) with one home run, 27 RBI, 34 runs, 16 doubles and five stolen bases. His performance as a fielder was much better, with 186 putouts, 192 assists and 36 double plays, but only 5 errors out of 383 total chances for a .982 fielding percentage.

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