Becquer had 63 career pinch hits and was the AL's top pinch hitter in 1957 and '59.
He stole three bases for the 1957 Senators, a team which stole only 13.
FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»July 4, 1959: Yankee Bob Turley turns in another one-hit masterpiece at Washington. A lazy fly in the 9th by pinch-hitter Julio Becquer drops in front of LF Norm Siebern for the only Senator safety. SS Tony Kubek goes 8-for-10 in the doubleheader, as the Yanks sweep 10–6 and 7–0.
»July 4, 1961:
At Metropolitan Stadium, the Twins sweep a pair from the White Sox, winning the opener 6–4 when Julio Becquer hits a 9th inning grand slam as a pinch hitter. Cal McLish shuts out the Twins in game 2 until the 8th inning when the Twins score 4 runs, 2 on Harmon Killebrew's only career inside-the-park-HR, off McLish. Appropriately, it is the Metro’s first IPHR. The Twins win, 4–2, behind Jack Kralick.