Vinicio "Chico" García Uzcanga (December 24, 1924 – August 17. 2007) was a second baseman in Major League Baseball. He played for the Baltimore Orioles in the 1954 season. Listed at 5' 8", 170 lb., García batted and threw right-handed. He was born in Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico. Outside of MLB, García enjoyed a distinguished baseball career that spanned five different decades as a player (1946–1970) and manager (1966–1984). A solid infielder and contact hitter, García played nine Triple-A seasons in the Arizona-Texas and American Association leagues and one season in Cuban baseball, before serving as a backup infielder for the Orioles in the American League. He won four minor league batting titles in the Arizona-Texas League (1949), Mexican Gulf League (1950, 1951) and Mexican League (1963). Following his playing career, García managed in Mexico from 1966 through 1984, winning four championship titles for Culiacán (1966–67, 1969–70), Guasave (1971–72) and Mochis (1983–84). He also managed the Monterrey, Veracruz, Sabinas, Jalisco, Monclova and Nuevo Laredo clubs. In 1981, he gained Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame honors. Vinicio (Chico) Garcia was married to Carolyn Foshee (who died in 1995) and has two sons, Jerry Vinicio & David and also has two daughters, Becky & Carolyn Lee. García died on 08/16/2007 in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico at age 82.