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D'Angelo Jimenez
Born: 1977

SS 1999, 2001- Yankees, Padres

D'Angelo Jimenez's Teammates

GamesAverageHRRBI
Career 93.284337

Stats through the 2001 season

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FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
January 24, 2000: Yankee prospect D'Angelo Jimenez suffers a broken neck when a car he is driving in the Dominican Republic collides with a bus. Jimenez is not paralyzed but will miss the 2000 season. He figured to be the Yankee reserve infielder, taking over the role that Luis Sojo, now with the Pirates, filled last season.

June 23, 2001: The Yankees attempt to shore up their bullpen by getting P Jay Witasick from the Padres for infield prospect D'Angelo Jimenez. The Yanks first choice, Expos P Ugueth Urbina, failed to pass a physical and will end up with the Red Sox. The Padres released vet SS Chris Gomez yesterday.

June 30, 2002: In a 131 drubbing by the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium, Padres second baseman D'Angelo Jimenez comes in to pitch with two outs in the seventh inning. He retires the four batters he faces. But Jeff Suppan allows one run in seven innings, and Raul Ibanez uses a home run and triple to drive in four runs for the Royals.