A Legendary Career

During his 13 seasons in the Major Leauges, Roberto compiled some pretty impressive numbers. A true “all around” player, Alomar not only had great hitting percentages, runs and RBIs, but he was also quick on his feet stealing bases, as well as maintaining a low error percentage while on the field.

Major League Stats

Year Team G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB AVG
1988 San Diego Padres 143 545 84 145 24 6 9 41 24 .266
1989 San Diego Padres 158 623 82 184 27 1 7 56 42 .295
1990 San Diego Padres 147 586 80 168 27 5 6 60 24 .287
1991 Toronto Blue Jays 161 637 88 188 41 11 9 69 53 .295
1992 Toronto Blue Jays 152 571 105 177 27 8 8 76 49 .310
1993 Toronto Blue Jays 153 589 109 192 35 6 17 93 55 .326
1994 Toronto Blue Jays 107 392 78 120 25 5 8 38 19 .306
1995 Toronto Blue Jays 130 517 71 155 24 7 13 66 30 .300
1996 Baltimore Orioles 153 588 132 193 43 4 22 94 17 .328
1997 Baltimore Orioles 112 412 64 137 23 2 14 60 9 .333
1998 Baltimore Orioles 147 588 86 166 36 1 14 56 18 .282
1999 Cleveland Indians 159 563 138 182 40 3 24 120 37 .323
2000 Cleveland Indians 155 610 111 189 40 2 19 89 39 .310
2001 Cleveland Indians 157 575 113 193 34 12 20 100 30 .336
2002 New York Mets 149 590 73 157 24 4 11 53 16 .266
2003 New York Mets 73 263 34 69 17 1 2 22 6 .262
2003 Chicago White Sox 67 253 42 64 11 1 3 17 6 .253
2003 140 516 76 133 28 2 5 39 12 .258
2004 New York Mets 38 110 14 34 5 2 3 16 0 .309
2004 Arizona Diamondbacks 18 61 4 11 1 0 1 8 0 .180
2004 56 171 18 45 6 2 4 24 0 .263
TOTALS 2379 9073 1508 2724 504 80 210 1134 474 .300

view complete statistics at MLB.com

Hall of Fame

On July 24, 2011, Alomar was formally inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays. Receiving 90% of the vote on only his second year of eligibility, Roberto became only the third Puerto Rican to be inducted, after Roberto Clemente and Orlando Cepeda.