A power pitcher Omar Daal, a native of Venezuela, quickly worked up the minor league ladder before debuting in the major leagues at age 21 with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1993. He was in high demand as a left-handed middle reliever during his first five major league seasons, 1993 thru 1997.
Omar Daal pitching arsenal include a blazing fastball, frankly however, it was his splendid changeup that baffled opposing batters. He moved to the starting rotation after signing a large contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 1998, and posted an 8-12 record, with a very solid 2.88 ERA in 33 games, 23 starts and struck out 132 in 162.2 innings. The next year, 1999, Omar Daal rang up large winning numbers – 16 wins and 9 losses with 148 Ks in 214.2 innings. He retired after pitching for Baltimore in 2003.