Pedro Borbon Jr.

Born November 15, 1966 in Mao, Dominican Republic, Pedro Borbon Jr. is a former major league pitcher. Pitching mainly as a reliever, Pedro played nine seasons in the majors (1992-2003). He was notably a member of the Atlanta Braves for four seasons, and the Toronto Blue Jays for three seasons, earning a World Series Championship with the 1995 Braves.

Pedro is the son of former major league pitcher, Pedro Borbon Sr., who played from 1969 to 1980. As part of the Cincinnati Redsí "Big Red Machine" of the 70ís, his father was a part of two World Series Championships.

Before embarking on his professional baseball career, Pedro was raised in the Bronx, New York, attending DeWitt Clinton High School, before attending Ranger Junior College in Ranger, Texas.

After retiring in 2006, he became a pitching coach of the Cedar Rapids Kernals, a minor league affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels. Pedro has also been involved in the education of young players as a pitching instructor in Houston, Texas where he now resides.





 



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