The San Diego Padres have been enamored with him for quite some time now and most fans have already…
Padres add Rich Aurilia
A veteran of 10 Major League seasons with the San Francisco Giants (1995-2003) and Mariners (2004), Aurilia is a career .276 hitter (1,065-for-3,859) with 203 doubles, 130 home runs and 501 RBI. A native of Brooklyn, NY, Aurilia became the first National League shortstop to lead the NL in both home runs and RBI for three consecutive seasons since Cincinnati's Dave Concepcion, including his best season in 2001, batting .324 (206-for-636) with 37 doubles, 37 home runs and 97 RBI with the Giants.
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