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Ten Year MLB Veteran is Headed to Japan

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Former Major League Baseball first baseman, Jesús Aguilar has signed with the Seibu Lions in Japan. Jesús Aguilar spent a total of ten seasons in Major League Baseball. He played with six teams in his MLB career.


Jesús Aguilar made his debut in 2014 with Cleveland, he then went to Milwaukee, then Tampa Bay, next Miami, then Baltimore, and finally spent his last season in the MLB with Oakland.


Across Aguilar's ten year career. Jesús Aguilar played in 795 career games. In his career, Aguilar slashed .253/.322/.446, with a career total of 114 HR's, 402 RBI's, and a .768 OPS.


Jesus Aguilar, who is just 33-years-old, still has some time left playing baseball. He's still showing that he's a solid baseball player, but he will now be taking it to Japan. Hopefully Aguilar can keep up his success that he had in the MLB, in Japan.

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