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Hipólito Peña

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Win–loss record  1–7
Role  Baseball player
Name  Hipolito Pena
Earned run average  4.84
Strikeouts  32

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Hipólito Peña Concepción (born January 30, 1964) is a former professional baseball pitcher. He pitched parts of three seasons in Major League Baseball, from 1986 until 1988, for the Pittsburgh Pirates and New York Yankees. He was drafted by Milwaukee Brewers in 1981. He Began his professional career in Butte that same year. In 1982,He was Brought up to Pikeville. In 1983, He split time between Aguascalien and Beloit. After the season, he was traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates, where he started with the Bradenton Pirates. In 1985, he split time between Miami and Prince William. In 1986, he started out in Nashua where he made his debut on September 1. In 1987,He sent back down to minors to play for Vancouver. Then after a good Start in Vancouver, he was brought up to the Pittsburgh Pirates again. On March 30, 1988,he was traded to the New York Yankees for Orestes Destrade.

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