That is if he makes a team.
I don't see why he can't make some team. He is a + quality glove, good tutor and a great utility fill in for travel days to rest a veteran infielder. Makes me wonder if my favorite player will last longer in MLB then me period.http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/news;_yl...itesox-vizquel
CLEVELAND (AP)—Omar Vizquel(notes) isn’t ready to retire at age 44.
The veteran shortstop said Wednesday that he still loves the game, believes he can continue performing at a good level and intends to play for some team in 2012
“I can’t wait for spring training—wherever it may be,” said Vizquel, nearing the end of his second one-year contract with the Chicago White Sox.
Vizquel intends to return for a 24th major league season in 2012. He would be the 20th in history to play that long—Hall of Famers Nolan Ryan and Cap Anson share the record at 27 seasons apiece.