The Obit For Roy Johnson

Roy Edward Johnson

The Campeche News:

Roy Johnson, who shall form part of the Pirates of Campeche. Of which was a symbol and who was one of the s most powerful hitters who have come to ba © isbol Mexican, died yesterday in the ³ 50 years of age, victims of a myocardial infarction.

Johnson was considered one of the three players ¡ticos emblem of the Pirates in recent years, along with Herminio DomÃnguez and Francisco Campos.

In Mexican League Baseball, Johnson wore the uniform of the Pirates of Campeche, resulting in 428 races, connect ³ 1169 and its unstoppable overall batting average was .331, with left-handed batter.

In his career in Baseball, he hit a record 4 home runs in one game, imposed on April 24, 1991 against the Rieleros de Aguascalientes, a record shared with Derek Bryant (former helmsman of the Sultans of Monterrey) and Miguel Ojeda (former catcher for the San Diego Padres).

A native of Parkin, Arkansas, USA, Roy Johnson was a 6' 2" left-handed batter.

Joining the team in 2004, they were crowned champions of the Mexican Summer League by defeating Saltillo in five games.

In 1991, a campaign where the Pirates ranked third with a 70-50 mark in wins and lost five games in the leader of the Diablos Rojos Mexico, and eliminated in the playoffs for the Braves 4 games to 1, the American leader of the jomrones was 37 years old, according to the official guide of the 2005 Pirates de Campeche.

Roy Johnson ranks as the best of all time in the Pirate Club: A leader of home runs with 114 and 122 in total, considering his campaign with Puebla. It is the second best runs produced with a total of 428, second in hits with 675 and second best in doubles with 116