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Born September 16th, 1955 in Durant, Oklahoma,Benny Joe Edelen was touted as one of the all-time great high school athletes in the state of Oklahoma. A recipient of the Jim Thorpe award, Joe excelled in basketball and baseball receiving All-State and All-America honors in both sports. Joe is a former Major League Baseball relief pitcher who pitched for the St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds. The Cardinals drafted him in the 1st round (12th pick) of the 1973 amateur draft and he debuted for them on April 18, 1981 against his future team, the Reds. During the 1981 season he was traded by the Cardinals with Neil Fiala to the Reds for Doug Bair. His Major League career was brief as he pitched his final game the next year.

Career Statistics

G W L ERA SO BB
27 2 0 6.75 26 11

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