Mario Cain Candini
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Milo Candini, who put together an 11-7 record in his rookie season with Washington, died on March 17, 1998 in Manteca, Calif.
Candini was 25 years old in 1943 when he first appeared in the majors with Washington. He pitched 166 innings that season and posted a 2.49 ERA. In January 1943, the Yankees had traded Candini, along with Jerry Priddy, to Washington for Bill Zuber.
He was 6-7 in 1944 and spent all of 1945 in the Army. He pitched for the Phillies in 1950 and 1951.
In 144 career at-bats, he hit .243 with 1 home runs and 8 RBI.