- Associated Press - Wednesday, April 8, 2015

The wife of former major league pitcher Jose Capellan says he has died. He was 34.

His wife Patricia Capellan told The Associated Press on Wednesday that she’s still waiting for autopsy results to find out exactly what happened. Capellan died in his house in Philadelphia on Tuesday night.

Capellan pitched five seasons in the majors with Atlanta, Milwaukee, Detroit and Colorado. He was 5-7, with a 5.89 ERA in 99 games between 2004-08. He later pitched in Korea and the Dominican Republic.

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