Olivo was a Braves relief specialist who first reached the majors at the age of thirty-five.
He saw the most action in 1964 (2-1, 5 saves) and 1966 (5-4, 7 saves). The Dominican's
brother was Diomedes Olivo.
FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»July 26, 1964:
The Braves sweep the Mets in a doubleheader at Shea, but Atlanta uses 11 pitchers to do it. The Mets also use 11 pitchers, a two-team record, as the Braves win 11–7 and 15–10. Both wins go to Chi Chi Olivo who toils just two 2/3 innings.