Pedro Antonio Osuna (Antonio)...married to wife Arcelia...the couple has 3 children: Lohami, Lenix and Yorvit.2004Pitched well in limited action due to groin and elbow injuries...returned late in season and pitched well in September/
October for Bruce Bochy...posted a 0.53 ERA in 13 September/October contests as SDP bid for a post-season
berth...capped season with 11 consecutive scoreless appearances...when active, dominated...fanned 36 in 36.2
innings...posted .232 batting average against...earned first win as a Padre on April 28 vs. Montreal...endured a pair a
stints on SDP's 15-Day DL...the first: was placed on the 15-Day DL on May 12 with a right groin strain...was reinstated
on May 31...was again placed on the 15-Day DL, this time with a right-elbow strain, on June 16 (retroactive to June
11)...was reinstated on September 1...missed a total of 89 games while on the DL.2003 Was 2-5 with a 3.73 ERA in 48 relief appearances.
Opponents batted .282 (58-for-206, 3HR); LH .300 (24-for-80, 0HR), RH .270 (34-for-126, 3HR).
Retired 29-of-48 first batters faced (60%)...prevented 27-of -42 inherited runners from scoring (64%).
Converted 0-of-1 save opportunities (0%).
Made appearances in consecutive games eight times.
In first 18 appearances of the season was 1-1 with a 1.66 ERA (21.2IP, 20H, 4ER, 13BB, 19K).
On 4/12 vs. Tampa Bay, pitched perfect ninth inning (1K) to earn his first win as a Yankee.
Did not allow a run in nine straight appearances from 4/8-5/16 (11.0IP, 8H, 6BB, 12K).
Was placed on the 15-day D.L. twice this season (4/23-5/14; and 6/19-7/12) with a strained right groin, missing 41 games.
Was placed on the Bereavement List from 8/11-15 to return to Mexico to tend to a family illness.
Signed a two-year contract with a club option for a third year on March 30, 2001.
Contract extends through the 2003 season.