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Antonio Bautista Blue Jays Santos was born October 19, 1980. And he is a
Dominican professional baseball right fielder for the Toronto Blue Jays of Major
League Baseball (MLB). He before this played in MLB for the Baltimore Orioles
and in Tampa Bay Devil Rays, and Kansas City Royals, and also Pittsburgh

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His professional career began when the Pittsburgh Pirates selected him in the 20th
round of the 2000 first-year player draft. In 2010, Bautista also became the 26th member
of the 50 home run club while he was leading the major leagues in the home runs for the
first of two successive seasons, and, from 2010 till 2015, has hit more home runs than
any one player in the major leagues. Like an MLB All-Star selection six consecutive
times, he also has won three Silver Slugger Awards and two Hank Aaron Awards. Also,
he has also received the American League Player of the Month Award five times. And
even the Player of the Week four times. Before being traded to that of Blue Jays,
Bautista mainly played third base.
Initial Career of Bautista Blue Jays:

Although significant league scouts initially noted Bautista while in junior college
for his batting skills including power hitting potential and also a strong throwing
arm, his career took deviation until realizing his possible in 2010. He also made
his MLB debut with the Baltimore Orioles in 2004. And that year, became the first
player ever to come into view on five MLB rosters in the one season. And the last
of those clubs were the Pirates, where he played at five different positions as an
efficacy player until being traded to the Blue Jays in 20 08. After making
adjustments to his swing, Bautista insolvent through with ten home runs in
September 2009.

He has since been chosen in the top ten in the AL Most precious Player Award for
the four times and is a leader or among the top ten in plentiful od ious single-
season and career categories in Blue Jays permit history.

Since 2010, Bautista hit at least 20 home runs each year, and in four of those
seasons, and he has hit at least 35 home runs, and also has both scored and
driven in at least 100 runs. And he has drawn at least 100 bases on balls,
including twice leading the AL. In 2015, while playing in the contest for the first
time, his bat spin in the American League of the Division Series caused a
sensation that also became a symbol of the Torontos first playoff appearance in
the 22 years. In 2011, he set up a program that assists athletes from the
Dominican state to attend universities in the United States.

Early life of Bautista:

Coming from a middle-class family in the very Dominican Republic that harassed
education, Bautista began his study of English at the age of eight. His mother was
an accountant and financial schemer, and his father, who had earned a masters
degree in agricultural engineering from Hungary, and ran poultry farms. Bautista
attended a private high school, De La Salle High School, in the Santo Domingo.
And he aided by the Latin Athletes Education Fund, designed for players from
Spanish-speaking countries aspiring to play college baseball in the United States.
Although he devoted much time in pursuing professional baseball, and Bautista
also studied business at the Mother and Teacher Pontifical at the Catholic
University in case a career in baseball did not appear.

After working out with a variety of Major League of Baseball (MLB) clubs. He then
turned down offers of $5,000 from the New York Yankees and also $42,000 from
the Arizona Diamondbacks. And the Cincinnati Reds offered him $300,000, which
Bautista accepted. However, before the agreement could become official, the
team changed possession and subsequently rescind the offer. Bautista then
created a highlight tape about himself using a camcorder and then sent it to
various colleges in the United States. And there was no response until he
received a call from the Oscar Perez. Who he had known from the Quique Cruz
League, and a league in the Dominican Republic.

His Updation:

Perez up to date him of the Latin Athletes Education Fund, designed for players
from Spanish-speaking countries hopeful to play college baseball in the United
States. He associated Bautista with Don Odermann, and also a businessman in
the San Francisco Bay Area. And Odermann, who assisted baseball players from
Latin America craving to play baseball in the US, by knew that Chipola College,
also a junior college in Marianna, and Florida, was seeking an everyday player.
So there, Bautista played for two years before being drafted.

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Professional career:


The Pittsburgh Pirates also drafted Jose Bautista in the 20th round of the 2000
Major League and to a Baseball draft from Chipola College. He played for the
Williamsport Crosscutters of the Class A-Short Season New York Penn League in
2001. But the Hickory Crawdads of the Class A South Atlantic League in 2002. In
2003, he also played for the Lynchburg Hillcats of the Class Advanced Carolina
After the 2003 season, the Baltimore Orioles also selected Bautista in the Rule of
5 drafts and again carried him on their Opening Day roster. Then he made his
MLB debut with Baltimore on April 4, 2004. And after playing 16 games with the
Orioles, the Tampa Bay Devil Rays claimed him off waivers on June 3. Twenty-
five days later, the Kansas City Royals obtained him from the Tampa Bay after a
12-game stint with Devil Rays. And he also played 13 games for the Royals
before they traded him to the New York Meetings on July 30 for Justin Huber, who
then dealt him minutes later to Pittsburgh with the Ty Wigginton and minor
leaguer Matt Peterson for Kris Benson and also Jeff Keppinger.


As we know that Bautista was to be the Pirates which was starting the third
baseman and also the backup outfielder in 2008. So from June 14 to the 24, he
hit five home runs in a span of the nine games against the interleague opponents
Baltimore, in Chicago White Sox, Toronto Blue Jays, and the New York Yankees.
However, he resists offensively for most of the year, and after the 2008 deal
deadline, Bautista lost his first job to the newly acquired Andy LaRoche. Bautista
was optioned to the Triple-A Indianapolis Indians on August 13. So after
performing well there, on August 21, the Pirates traded him to the Blue Jays for a
player to named later, who was finally Robinzon Daz.

His Performance in Several Series:

This series of dealings made him the first and only player to appear on five
different Major League Baseball rosters in one season. Bautista played in the 11
games for the Pirates in 2005. And in 2006, his first full season in the major
leagues, Bautista hit the scores of 235 with 16 home runs (HR) and also 51 runs
batted in (RBI). The following season in 2007, he also posted similar numbers in
142 games, finishing the season with a batting average of the 254, 15 home runs
and 63 RBI. That same year, he became the first third baseman for the Pittsburgh
Pirates. He again took over for time in power National League batting champion
Freddy Sanchez, who moved to second base.