Enrique Wilson

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Enrique Wilson Marte (born July 27, 1973 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic) is a former Major League Baseball infielder. He batted switch and threw right-handed.

In his eight-season career, Wilson played with the Cleveland Indians (1997–2000), Pittsburgh Pirates (2000–2001), New York Yankees (2001–2004), and the Chicago Cubs (2005).

Versatile around the diamond, Wilson had a rather mobile career playing (mostly as a backup) at second base, third and shortstop. Wilson was known to play hitters well and with a strong arm, had some pop in his bat, and would run occasionally, but did not to try to steal very often.

Wilson is a career .244 hitter with 22 home runs, with three grand slams, and 141 RBI in 555 games. He was signed by the Baltimore Orioles to a minor-league contract before the 2005 season.

In 2001, he was scheduled to be on American Airlines Flight 587 that crashed in a New York City neighborhood. However, when the Yankees lost the 2001 World Series to the Arizona Diamondbacks and there was no victory parade, Wilson flew home a few days earlier and was not on the flight.Olney, Buster. "." ESPN. May 2, 2005. Retrieved on October 12, 2009.

In 2003, Wilson was involved in an incident where Manny Ramirez missed a game claiming to have a sore throat, but was later found to actually have been partying in a hotel room with Wilson. At the time, Wilson played for the rival New York Yankees.

During Wilson's time with the Yankees, he was...
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