Junior Noboa was a fine infielder replacement, usually second base but also shortstop and third base, who could be counted on to bat around .250. He also pitched two-thirds of the eighth and final inning in 1990, in a 12-6 loss to the Houston Astros.
He played for the Cleveland Indians, California Angels, Montréal Expos, New York Mets, Oakland Athletics and Pittsburgh Pirates. He has also been signed by the Cincinnati Reds and Baltimore Orioles without ever playing for them.
Upon his retirement, he accepted a front office job with the Arizona Diamondbacks, and still works for the team to this day. He is now its Vice President of Latin Operations and oversees the development and education of the team's Latin American prospects.
He has also acted as batting coach of the Dominican Republic at the 2006 and 2009 World Baseball Classics.
Here he is wearing the Expos' classic powder blue (away) uniform, on card #207 from Fleer's 1991 Fleer Ultra set, which he signed with someone else's thick blue sharpie some time in the early 00s: