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Monchín Pichardo Biography by The Baseball Page

Monchín Pichardo Biography by The Baseball Page

Domingo Ernesto Pichardo Vicioso

    * Died April 18, 2006 in Miami, FL USA

Monchín Pichardo was president and general manager of the Licey Tigers from 1963-1964; the team would win six Caribbean Series titles under his leadership. He developed working agreements with Los Angeles Dodgers, St. Louis Cardinals and Oakland Athletics. He was also a table tennis star, entering the table tennis Hall of Fame in 1988. Pichardo was elected to the Caribbean Baseball Hall of Fame in 2004.

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