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Ricky Bones
Pitcher
Born: April 7, 1969 (1969-04-07) (age 40)
Salinas, Puerto Rico
Batted: Right Threw: Right 
MLB debut
August 11, 1991 for the San Diego Padres
Last MLB appearance
October 5, 2001 for the Florida Marlins
Career statistics
Record     63-82
Earned run average     4.85
Strikeouts     564
Teams
Career highlights and awards

Ricardo "Ricky" Bones (pronounced /ˈboʊnɨs/; born April 7, 1969 in Salinas, Puerto Rico) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher who had a 10-year career from 1991 to 2001. He played for three National League teams - the San Diego Padres, Cincinnati Reds, and Florida Marlins - and four American League teams - the Milwaukee Brewers, Kansas City Royals, New York Yankees, and Baltimore Orioles.

In 2009, Bones began working as the pitching coach for the Mets' Triple-A farm team, the Buffalo Bisons.[1]

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Playing career

Bones was signed by the Padres as an amateur free agent in May 13, 1986 making his Major League debut in August 11, 1991 against the Cincinnati Reds. He pitched seven innings, allowed only 2 hits, and received his first professional victory.

In March 26, 1992, Bones was traded with Matt Mieske and José Valentín to the Milwaukee Brewers for Gary Sheffield and minor league player Geoff Kellogg. He stayed with the Brewers for more than 4 seasons. During that time, he was elected to the American League All-Star team in 1994, but did not play in the game. On August 29, 1996, he was traded by the Brewers to the New York Yankees with Pat Listach and Graeme Lloyd for Bob Wickman and Gerald Williams. He only played four games with the Yankees before being granted free agency in October 25. After that, he started moving from team to team playing with the Cincinnati Reds, the Brewers again, Kansas City Royals, Minnesota Twins, Baltimore Orioles, and Florida Marlins. In November 5, 2001, he was granted free agency by the Marlins and he chose to retire.

Mitchell Report

Bones was named in the Mitchell report for taking steroids/HGH.

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