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  • Pedro Borbon has passed away

    Former Reds pitcher Pedro Borbon has died at age 65, according to his business agent Charles Sotto from complications of cancer.

    Borbon is the Reds' leader in career pitching appearances with 531, and from 1970-78 appeared in more games than any other National League pitcher. He was inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame in 2010.
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    Thanks for posting... I liked him as a kid.
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      George Foster will be signing autographs at Moeller High School tonight. He's only going to be signing a replica of his Reds HOF plaque, with most of the proceeds going to Borbon's family.
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