The Dominican was an effective member of Milwaukee's bullpen for six years, beginning
in 1975 when he led the Brewers staff with a 2.52 ERA. He specialized in getting
the double-play ball and seldom allowed a home run. He left Milwaukee as a free agent
in 1981 with a career 2.96 ERA.
FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»July 11, 1976: Hank Aaron's 10th-inning homer, his 9th, in game two gives the Brewers a doubleheader sweep over the Texas Rangers and a sweep of the 4-game series. Milwaukee wins 6–3 and 5–4 with the W's going to Jim Slaton and Bill Castro,