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Camillo Pascual made his major league debut with the lousy fielding, poor hitting , and last place Washington Senators in 1954. Despite that fact, his pinpoint control and knee buckling curveball made him one of baseball's most dominate pitchers from the late 1950's and mid 1960's. Twice he was a 20 game winner with the Twins. His first 20 game season came in 1962 when he finished 20-11, with an earned run average of 3.32. The very next year in 1963 he was a twenty game winner again when he posted a 21-9 record and a stingy 2.46 ERA. He was a five time American League All-Star and the American League strikeout champion for three consecutive years in 1961, 1962 and 1963. Camillo had a lifetime record of 174-170, in 529 games, an ERA of 3.63, 132 complete games, and 36 shutouts . His 2167 strikeouts ranks him 51st all time in Major League Baseball. Following his career as a player, Camillo worked as a major league scout and signed fellow Cuban, Jose Canseco in the 15th round of the 1982 draft.

Throws: Right
Bats: Right
Born: January 20, 1934 - Havana, Cuba
Major League Teams:
Washington Senators (1954-1960 / 1967-1968, 1969)
Minnesota Twins (1961-1966)
Cincinnati Reds (1969)
Los Angeles Dodgers (1970)
Cleveland Indians (1971)

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