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Miguel Olivo  2002 - 2014C
Miguel Olivo  11/19/1999P
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  • Miguel Olivo Hulk Smash
    in NotGraphs by Eno Sarris - 5/1/2013 -  5
    Miguel Olivo thought his bat could have done a better job Tuesday, so he told him so. Apologies to Carlos Perez, but Brian Wilson's feedback to the water cooler on July first, 2011

  • Miguel Olivo's Hat Trick
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 9/4/2009 -  10
    There’s an old saying about patience being a virtue. Over the years we’ve established that possessing plate patience is a virtue too, one that some players, like Miguel Olivo undoubtedly lacks

  • Miguel Olivo Is Happy August Is Over
    in FanGraphs by Matt Klaassen - 9/3/2010 -  8
    Miguel Olivo is having a nice season at the plate (if you believe in defensive metrics for catchers, he's also having a good season behind the plate, but this post is about offense) for the Colorado

  • HitTracking Miguel Olivo's Raburn-Aided Home Run
    in NotGraphs by Jack Moore - 4/27/2011 -  6
    In case you missed it, Miguel Olivo hit what will surely be in the running for Funniest Homer of 2011 in yesterday's Mariners/Tigers game. You can check the video here. Of course, when it comes

  • Iannetta's demotion boosts Olivo's value
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Axisa - 4/27/2010 -  4
    . That means their catching job belongs to none other than Miguel Olivo . Olivo has started seven of Colorado's last ten games, and he's quietly leading all big league backstops with five homers. The guy

  • Olivo Acquisition Just Part of Jays' Plan
    in FanGraphs by Jack Moore - 11/5/2010 -  43
    Within the span of two hours on Thursday night, the Toronto Blue Jays acquired catcher Miguel Olivo from the Colorado Rockies for either cash or a PTBNL and then declined his $2.5 million option

  • Yes We Cannibal: Free Speech in the Age of Olivo
    in NotGraphs by John Paschal - 5/23/2014 -  6
    Triple-A catcher Miguel Olivo gnawed off the unfortunate ear of teammate Alex Guerrero. American Culinary Institute Mr. Olivo: As arbiters of what we in the industry call “good taste,” ACI