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For the footballer, see Jorge Vásquez (footballer). Jorge Vásquez Piratas de Campeche — No. 12 Relief pitcher Born: July 16, 1978 (1978-07-16) (age 32) Nagua, Dominican Republic Bats: Right Throws: Right  MLB debut August 13, 2004 for the Kansas City Royals Career statistics (through 2009 season) Win-Loss     1-0 Earned run average     4.38 Strikeouts     13 Teams Kansas City Royals (2004) Atlanta Braves (2005) Jorge Luis Vásquez (born July 16, 1978 in Nagua, Dominican Republic) is a Major League Baseball pitcher. He currently plays for the Piratas de Campeche of the Mexican League. Career Vásquez was signed by the Kansas City Royals as a free agent in 1998. He made his debut with the Royals in 2004. That year, he pitched in two games, had no decisions, and an ERA of 8.10. He struck out four and walked one. That winter, on December 18, he was traded to the Atlanta Braves in exchange for Eli Marrero and cash. That year, he appeared in 5 games, picking up one win, no losses, and having an ERA of 3.00. That winter, the Braves released him and he has not appeared in the majors since. In 2007, he pitched in the Texas Rangers organization. Vásquez has pitched the past three seasons in the Mexican League. After spending the 2008 and 2009 seasons with the Sultanes de Monterrey, he joined the Piratas de Campeche in 2010. External links Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference, or Baseball-Reference (Minors) Persondata Name Vasquez, Jorge Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 16, 1978 Place of birth Nagua, Dominican Republic Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to a Dominican Republic baseball pitcher is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This biographical article relating to a baseball pitcher born in the 1970s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e