Vic Davalillo Vic Davalillo , born VĂctor JosĂ© Davalillo Romero (July 31, 1936 in Cabimas, Zulia State, Venezuela), is a former outfielder in Major League Baseball who played for the Cleveland Indians (1963-1968), California Angels (1968-69), St. Louis Cardinals (1969-70), Pittsburgh Pirates (1971-73), Oakland Athletics (1973-74) and Los Angeles Dodgers (1977-80). Davalillo batted and threw left-handed. He is the eldest brother of former bigleaguer Pompeyo Davalillo.
In a 16-season career, Davalillo was a .279 hitter (1122-for-4017) with 36 home runs, 329 RBI, 509 runs, 160 doubles, 37 triples, and 125 stolen bases in 1,458 games.
Davalillo was noted for his ability to get on base and his speed in centerfield. He was a fan favorite during his years with the Indians, and became a valuable role player later in his career.