Tony Armas

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Tony Armas (born July 2, 1964) is a bench player for Boston in the NES game RBI Baseball. With a 918 Power Rating, Armas is the eighth most powerful player in the game. According to the fightonusc Overall Player Rankings, Armas is 25th overall, because he is slow as shit (hence the nickname Tits & Ass) and doesn't have a good contact rating. Still, sub him for Barrett or Buckner, because they both kinda suck. Even though Armas played CF, position doesn't matter in RBI when it comes to subs.

Armas was born Antonio Rafael Armas Machado (July 2, 1953 in Puerto P?tu, Anzoᴥgui State, Venezuela), was a popular hitter and one of Major League Baseball's top sluggers of the 1980s. Armas was prone to injuries, and that adversely affected his career. Twice an All-Star, he played 14 seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Oakland Athletics, Boston Red Sox, and California Angels. Over this time he compiled a .252 batting average, 251 home runs, and 815 runs batted in. Currently, Tony Armas is the first base coach for the Leones del Caracas team in the Venezuelan Winter League. (Source: One or two paragraph intro/bio.

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