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Seattle Mariners' Richie Sexson pats teammate Raul Ibanez on the head after Boston Red Sox' shortstop Alex Cora forced Sexson out at second base and then tagged out returning base runner Raul Ibanez, who was returning from third to second in the sixth inning in Seattle on August 27, 2006. Ibanez hit a fifth inning grand slam to help lead the Mariners past the Boston Red Sox 6-3. (UPI Photo/Jim Bryant)
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Raúl Javier Ibáñez ( /ɨˈbɑːnjɛz/; born June 2, 1972, in New York, New York) is an American Major League Baseball outfielder for the Philadelphia Phillies.

Over his career, Ibáñez, who did not make 500 plate appearances until the age of 30, has batted .284 with 346 doubles, 232 home runs and 970 runs batted in (RBI) over 15 Major League seasons. He has six seasons with 20 or more home runs, two seasons with 30 or more home runs, six seasons with 90 or more RBI, four seasons with 100 or more RBI and nine consecutive seasons (2002–2010) with 30 or more doubles.

Ibáñez played baseball for Miami Sunset Senior High School. After graduation, he attended Miami-Dade Community College, and was a baseball letterman and an All-Conference selection.

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