Troncoso went 1 for 4 in the game, but scored two runs as Yakima came out on top 8-1, The Bulletin wrote.
Troncoso scored those two runs in his second season as a pro. It was also his final season as a pro. Troncoso played just those two seasons. He never made single-A.
Troncoso's career began in 1989, signed by the Dodgers as a free agent out of his native Dominican Republic. Troncoso's name has also been misspelled as Nolberton Troncoso.
Troncoso played his first season with the Dodgers in the rookie Gulf Coast League. The first baseman hit .300 in 48 games, with 27 RBI and 20 stolen bases.
He moved to short-season Yakima for 1990. He went 0 for 3 with an RBI in another August game. He hit .250 overall in 66 games. He hit one home run, knocked in 32 and stole 22 bases to end his career.
- Bend Bulletin, Aug. 9, 1990: Scoreboard
Players/Coaches Featured: 2,840
Made the Majors:1,070-37.7%
Never Made Majors:1,770-62.3%-X
5+ Seasons in the Majors: 444
10+ Seasons in the Minors:267