Julio Cesar Lugo was a Dominican professional baseball shortstop. Lugo was the older brother of baseball pitcher Ruddy Lugo. He played in Major League Baseball for the Houston Astros, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, Los Angeles Dodgers, Boston Red Sox, St. Louis Cardinals, Baltimore Orioles and Atlanta Braves.
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Julio Lugo: Death Cause, Vaccine, Red Sox, Covid, Obituary, Net Worth At Time Of Death
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Julio Lugo, who played for seven teams in a 12-year major league career and was the shortstop for Boston’s 2007 World Series championship team, has died, the Red Sox said. He was 45.
Lugo batted .269 with 80 homers and 475 RBIs from 2000 to 2011 with the Astros, Devil Rays, Dodgers, Red Sox, Cardinals, Orioles and Braves. He batted .385 in the 2007 World Series sweep of the Colorado Rockies.
Lugo’s family told ESPN’s Enrique Rojas on Monday. The Dominican Republic-based newspaper Listin Diario also reported Lugo’s death Monday.
He joined the Red Sox in December 2006 on a four-year, $36 million contract. He hit .237 with eight home runs and 73 RBIs for Boston in 2007 and batted .385 during the World Series (5 for 13) to help the club win its second championship in four years.
|Born: November 16, 1975
Barahona, Dominican Republic
|Died: November 15, 2021 (aged 45)
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic