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Pedro Villarreal

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Pedro Adrian Villarreal

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Biographical Information[edit]

Pitcher Pedro Villarreal was invited to major league spring training in 2012 and then made his big league debut the following September.

He was selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the seventh round of the 2008 amateur draft, one pick before Jordan Danks. The scout was Jerry Flowers. The Texan made his pro debut that summer with the GCL Reds and was rocked for six hits and five runs (two earned) in 2 1/3 IP and then went on the disabled list for the rest of the year. In 2009, he pitched for the GCL Reds (1-2, 1.47 in 5 G) and Sarasota Reds (0-3, 5.46 in 9 G, 18 BB in 31 1/3 IP). During 2010, he was with the Dayton Dragons (4-7, 2 Sv, 3.84) and Lynchburg Hillcats (0-3, 6.86).

In 2011, he led the Carolina Mudcats with 7 wins (losing four) while posting a 4.42 ERA in 17 starts for the club. He also had a 4-3, 4.34 record for the Bakersfield Blaze. He walked only 28 in 149 2/3 innings for the year. He tied Daniel Corcino for second among Reds farmhands in wins. That winter, he was added to Cincinnati's 40-man roster.

Sources include 2012 Reds Media Guide

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