Ángel Alfonso Bravo Urdaneta (born August 4, 1942) is a former Venezuelan Major League Baseball center fielder. He was signed by the Chicago White Sox as an amateur free agent before the 1963 season, and played for the White Sox (1969), Cincinnati Reds (1970–1971) and San Diego Padres (1971). A native of Maracaibo Zulia, he batted and threw left-handed. Bravo posted a career average of .248 (54-for-218) with one home run and 12 RBI, including 26 runs, seven doubles, three triples, and two stolen bases in 149 games played.
How would Ángel Bravo be described?
Ángel Bravo would be described as Venezuelan baseball player.
What is Ángel Bravo subject of?
Ángel Bravo is subject of Leones del Caracas players, Major League Baseball center fielders, Industriales de Valencia players, Tiburones de La Guaira players, Petroleros de Zulia players, Major League Baseball players from Venezuela, 1942 births, Caribbean Series players, Chicago White Sox players, Cincinnati Reds players, Hawaii Islanders players, Living people, San Diego Padres players, Llaneros de Portuguesa players, Cafeteros de Córdoba players, Clinton C-Sox players, Tucson Toros players, Sportspeople from Maracaibo, Venezuelan Baseball Hall of Fame inductees, Rieleros de Aguascalientes players, Sultanes de Monterrey players, Indianapolis Indians players, Dorados de Chihuahua players, Tidewater Tides players, Evansville White Sox players and Sarasota Sun Sox players.
What is the gender of Ángel Bravo?
Ángel Bravo is male.
What was or is the position of Ángel Bravo?
The position of Ángel Bravo is or was Outfielder.