Miguel Ángel Diloné Reyes (born November 1, 1954, Santiago, Dominican Republic) is a former Major League Baseball switch hitting outfielder. He played 12 seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Oakland Athletics, Chicago Cubs, Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox, Montreal Expos and San Diego Padres. Dilone began his career as a September call-up in 1974 at the age of 19. Used primarily as a pinch runner with the Pirates, he had 21 stolen bases in four seasons. Diloné finished his career with 267 stolen bases.

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  • Miguel Ángel "Guelo" Diloné Reyes (n. 1 de noviembre de 1954 en Santiago) es un ex jardinero izquierdo dominicano que jugó en las Grandes Ligas de Béisbol. Diloné Jugó 12 temporadas militando en los equipos Piratas de Pittsburgh, Atléticos de Oakland, Cachorros de Chicago, Indios de Cleveland, Medias Blancas de Chicago, Expos de Montreal y Padres de San Diego. Diloné comenzó su carrera un septiembre de 1974 a la edad de 19 años. Fue utilizado principalmente como corredor emergente por los Piratas, y contó con 21 bases robadas en cuatro temporadas. En 1978 fue cambiado a los Atléticos donde se robó 50 bases, pero en 1980 fue la mejor temporada de su carrera donde bateó .341, tuvo 30 dobles, 9 triples y 61 bases robadas con los Indios. Diloné terminó su carrera con 267 bases robadas. Miguel también fue famoso por su táctica de "swing-and-run" que consistía en salir de manera abrupta de la caja mientras hacía swing con el bate. (es)
  • Miguel Ángel Diloné Reyes (born November 1, 1954, Santiago, Dominican Republic) is a former Major League Baseball switch hitting outfielder. He played 12 seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Oakland Athletics, Chicago Cubs, Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox, Montreal Expos and San Diego Padres. Dilone began his career as a September call-up in 1974 at the age of 19. Used primarily as a pinch runner with the Pirates, he had 21 stolen bases in four seasons. In 1978 he was traded to the A's where he stole 50 bases, but 1980 was his career season. Batting .341, he had 30 doubles, 9 triples and 61 stolen bases with the Indians. Diloné finished his career with 267 stolen bases. Miguel was also famous for his "swing-and-run" tactic of breaking from the box while swinging the bat. In 2009 he lost an eye when a baseball struck him in the face. At the time he was coaching his son and a 15-year-old prospect. (en)
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  • Miguel Ángel Diloné Reyes (born November 1, 1954, Santiago, Dominican Republic) is a former Major League Baseball switch hitting outfielder. He played 12 seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Oakland Athletics, Chicago Cubs, Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox, Montreal Expos and San Diego Padres. Dilone began his career as a September call-up in 1974 at the age of 19. Used primarily as a pinch runner with the Pirates, he had 21 stolen bases in four seasons. Diloné finished his career with 267 stolen bases. (en)
  • Miguel Ángel "Guelo" Diloné Reyes (n. 1 de noviembre de 1954 en Santiago) es un ex jardinero izquierdo dominicano que jugó en las Grandes Ligas de Béisbol. Diloné Jugó 12 temporadas militando en los equipos Piratas de Pittsburgh, Atléticos de Oakland, Cachorros de Chicago, Indios de Cleveland, Medias Blancas de Chicago, Expos de Montreal y Padres de San Diego. Diloné comenzó su carrera un septiembre de 1974 a la edad de 19 años. Fue utilizado principalmente como corredor emergente por los Piratas, y contó con 21 bases robadas en cuatro temporadas. (es)
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