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Vidro finished second on the team with 38 multi-hit games... His 12 homers and 59 RBI ranked him 7th among his NL second base counterparts... Would have finished among the league's top hitters if not for an 0-for-26 slump to end the season, dropping his average from .321 to .304... Did not double in his last 12 games... Made 115 starts at second base, seven at first (first of his career on April 7 at Pittsburgh).
In his first experience at the AAA level, Vidro played in 47 games at third base and 21 at second base with the Lynx in 1997... Batted .323 with 90 hits in only 73 games overall... Hit .293 in April and .348 in May, his only two complete months in the Minors... Started out with a bang going 3-for-3 with a double and a home run on April 3 at Toledo... Had a 12-game hitting streak from May 23 through June 4, going 24-for-54, .444 with two doubles, five home runs and 16 RBI... Named International League's Player of the Week for the period of May 26-June 1, hitting at a .500 clip with 13 hits in 26 at-bats... His hitting explosion placed him among the league leaders with a .328 average (8th), 38 RBI (5th) and 65 hits (3rd)... Virtually led the team in every offensive category when the Expos called him up for the first time... Played for Ponce in the Puerto Rican Winter League at season's end and batted .242 with nine RBI in 36 games.1996 In his only full season at AA level, with Harrisburg in 1996, paced the Senators with a career-high 82 RBI and added 18 home runs and 117 hits, second and third on the Club respectively... Continued to excel in the Eastern League playoffs, batting .467 with 14 hits to lead the Harrisburg club to the league championship. 1995 Vidro started the 1995 season at Class A West Palm Beach and with a .325 average in the first 44 games, was promptly promoted to AA Harrisburg... Surpassed the 100-hit plateau for the second consecutive season. 1994 In 1994, named as the Florida State League Player of the Week ending June 19... Tied for 3rd in the Expos organization in strikeout percentage (11%)... Ranked 4th in doubles (30), plate appearances (527), tied for 5th in games played (125) and stolen base percentage(80%)... Led the Class A West Palm Beach club in games and walks (51), 2nd in at-bats (465), runs (57), hits (124) and total bases (170). 1993 In 1993, suffered through an injury-plagued season, but showed flashes of the offensive abilities that were present in his first season... Went on Class A Burlington disabled list on June 1 with a left wrist sprain... Came off the DL on June 15th... Wrist flaired back up and was put back on the disabled list on July 26th, where he ended the season. 1992 Vidro was named in 1992 to the Gulf Coast Postseason All-Star team... Named Topps' Co-Player of the Month for August and Expos Organization Player of the Month... Finished 3rd among short-season switch-hitters in average (.330) and tied for third in the league in hits (66) and home runs (4)... Placed 5th in batting, tied for 6th in slugging (.440)... Batted .600 (9-for-15) over four games from July 11th.