Ernesto Aparicio

Ernesto Aparicio

He trained his nephew, Luis Aparicio, and Ozzie Guillén.

Ernesto Aparicio

    * Born March 11, 1910 in Venezuela
    * Died March 2, 2006 in Los Teques Venezuela

Ernesto Aparicio was a Venezuelan player, manager and owner. He founded the Gavilanes club based in Maracaibo, along with his brother Luis. The club won nine league titles. A second basemen, he and his brother formed the most famous middle infield duos in Venezuelan history. Retiring early as a player, he spent 40 years training young players at a baseball academy he founded. There he trained his nephew, Luis Aparicio, and Ozzie Guillén.

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