A former professional baseball second baseman from Puerto Rico, José Carlos Montoyo Daz is currently the manager of the Toronto Blue Jays in Major League Baseball’s Toronto Blue Jays organization (MLB)
Where did Charlie Montoyo Play Baseball?
In Charlie Montoyo’s playing career, he played for Montreal Expos (1993) though he was earlier drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers. He also played in the minors.
Montoyo was a right-handed pitcher and batter. His playing height was 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m) and his weight was 170 pounds when he was at his peak (77 kg).
During the 1993 season, Montoyo made four appearances for the Montreal Expos, playing second base and pinch hitting in two of the games.
Montoyo was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the sixth round of the 1987 amateur draft after playing collegiate baseball at Louisiana Tech University.
He was later transferred to the Montreal Expos on January 20, 1993, after being selected by them in the sixth round of the 1987 amateur draft.
That September, during his brief Major League Baseball career, he singled in his first major-league at bat against Gary Wayne of the Colorado Rockies.
Montoyo finished with two singles in five at-bats and three runs batted in for the season (RBI).
Montoyo played in a total of 1,028 minor league games before retiring at the conclusion of the 1996 campaign.
During his ten years in the minors, he batted a.317 average. 266 runs scored, 38 home runs hit, and 400 runs batted in.