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Add your link to this page for just $5 a year!  Click here to contact us. Carmen Mauro Carmen Louis MauroBorn: Nov. 10, 1926 in St. Paul, Minn.Died: Dec. 19, 2003 in Carmichael, Calif.Debut: 1948 | Pos: OFH: 6′ | W: 167 | B: L | T: RYRGABRHHRRBISBBA416741640962336.231>> Visit the Carmen Mauro biography on Baseball Almanac for complete statistics.Carmen Mauro, an outfielder who played in 167 games in the major leagues, died on Dec. 19, 2003 in Carmichael, Calif.Mauro made his major league debut with the Cubs on Oct. 1, 1948. He played in three games that season and collected one hit — an inside-the-park home run.He had 185 at-bats for the Cubs in 1950, hitting .227 with a home run and 10 RBI.  His most productive season was 1953 when, between Brooklyn, Washington and Philadelphia AL, he hit .255 and drove in 19 runs.In December 1953, he was traded by the Athletics, along with Loren Babe, Harry Byrd, Tom Hamilton and Eddie Robinson to the Yankees for Don Bollweg, Johnny Gray, Jim Robertson, Jim Finigan, Vic Power and Bill Renna.