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Nap Reyes

Nap Reyes (Baseball.  Born, San Luis, Cuba, Nov. 24, 1919; died, Miami, FL, Sept. 15, 1995.)  Since his native Cuba wasn’t at war, Napoleon Reyes (Aguilera) was available.  Reyes was also versatile, playing the outfield and all infield positions.  Giants coach Dolf Luque, also a Cuban native, managed Reyes in winter ball in 1941 and […]

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