Originally written on Pro Sports Daily  |  Last updated 11/14/14

25 Oct 1995: Pedro Borbon of the Atlanta Braves is congratulated by teammate Chipper Jones #10 after finishing off the Cleveland Indians in the 9th inning during game four of the World Series at Jacob's Field in Cleveland, Ohio. The Indians defeated the Braves 7-6. Mandatory Credit: Al Bello /Allsport
Former Cincinnati Reds relief pitcher Pedro Borbon died Monday from complications of cancer, the team announced. He was 65. Borbon is the Reds leader in career pitching appearances with 531, and from 1970 through 1978, he appeared in more games than any other National League pitcher. He was inducted into the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame in 2010. "He may have been the most critical part of that great bullpen because he was such a rubber arm," former Reds star Tony Perez told the Cincinnati Enquirer. "He'd give two, three innings - whatever you needed. He could pitch every night. And he wasn't intimidated by anything. I always enjoyed his company on and off the field. He was a great guy." Borbon, a native of the Dominican Republic, played for four major-league teams, but he was best known for his play with the Reds. He was a member of the Reds' 1975 and 1976 World Series championship teams, and in 20 postseason appearances with the Reds from 1972-76, Borbon had a 1-1 record, 2....
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