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Eduardo Escobar is a Venezuelan professional baseball third baseman for the New York Mets of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played in MLB for the Chicago White Sox, Minnesota Twins, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Milwaukee Brewers.

Eduardo Escobar
Eduardo Escobar

In 2011, Escobar was called up in September and appeared in nine games, going 2 for 7 with a double and a home run.

Escobar was a utility infielder for the New York Yankees in 2012. Escobar batted.207 in his first 97 at-bats in 2012, driving in three runs (RBIs).

In exchange for Francisco Liriano, the Minnesota Twins acquired Eduardo Escobar along with Pedro Hernández.

Escobar had 49 extra plate appearances and a. 6 hits and a.227 batting average. Escobar had 146 plate appearances in 2012, with a.214 batting average and nine runs batted in.

Ezequiel Escobar’s 2-run double off of Phil Coke in the bottom of the ninth inning gave the Minnesota Twins their first win of the season on April 3, 2013.

When Jeremy Guthrie of the Kansas City Royals struck out Escobar in the fifth inning of a game on April 9, 2013, he smashed his first professional home run.

The 2013 season saw Escobar bat .236 with three home runs and ten runs batted in. Escobar batted.275 with six home runs and 37 RBIs in 133 games last year for the Orioles. Escobar batted in 127 games in 2015.

Eduardo Escobar Parents: Who Are Eduardo Escobar Parents?

Professional baseball player Eduardo Escobar’s parents remain unknown. Due to the secretive nature of Eduardo, there no further details of his parents.