Jaime Cocanower

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James Stanley Cocanower

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Jaime Cocanower spent parts of four seasons with the Milwaukee Brewers. His big league career, spanning 1983 to 1986, was marred by control problems. In 356 2/3 major league innings, he struck out 139 batters but walked a whopping 201. He also holds the record by recording one wild pitch in 8 consecutive games during the 1985 season. In his busiest season, he went 8-16, 4.02 in 33 games (27 starts) in 1984.

In winter ball, he played for the Santurce Crabbers in the Puerto Rico Winter Baseball League.

He grew up in the Panama Canal Zone and while he was an active player, he was listed as being born there, but his birthplace was actually San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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