Dec 29, 2011, 9:27 PM EDT
Mora, 39, posted a .277/.350/.431 career batting line over 6,158 career plate appearances, amassing 1,503 career hits and 171 career home runs.
The native of Venezuela spent time with the Orioles, Mets, Diamondbacks and Rockies during a 13-year MLB career. He was released by Arizona in June of 2011 after hitting just .228/.244/.276 in 42 games.
Mora was named an All-Star twice — in 2003 and 2005 — and earned a few MVP votes in 2004.
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