Vincente Romo

After leading Cleveland relievers with 12 saves (1.63) as a 1968 rookie, Romo was traded to Boston the next year and finished that season with 11 saves. In 1973 he became the Padres’ first Mexican-born player in 1973. He returned to Mexico, where he pitched for eight years before reappearing in the majors with the Dodgers in 1982. He went 1-2 with a save, giving him career totals of 33 losses and 52 saves, exactly the same as his brother Enrique.