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Mako Oliveras

This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Oliveras and the second or maternal family name is Gutiérrez.

Maximino Oliveras Gutiérrez [Mako] (born September 10, 1946 in Santurce, Puerto Rico) is a former Minor League Baseball player who later managed in the minors for several teams.[1]

Oliveras played seven seasons in the minor leagues. He was also a coach in the Major Leagues for the California Angels and the Chicago Cubs.[2]

In May

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The next year, Oliveras was hired by the California Angels organization and hmanaged the Midland Angels from

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In

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He later managed the Binghamton Mets from

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In between, Oliveras played for the Petroleros de Poza Rica of the Mexican League and piloted the Cangrejeros de Santurce club to Caribbean Series championships in the 1993[5] and 2000[6] tournaments.[7]

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