Steve Arlin, who pitched for the Padres during their first 6 seasons, passed away on August 17, 2016 at age 70.
Arlin was a star at Ohio State University, pitching in the College World Series in 1965 and 1966. He was the Phillies' #1 draft pick in 1966. After 3 seasons in the minors, he was one of the 6 Phillies' players selected in the NL expansion draft prior to the 1969 season.
Arlin made his major-league debut in June 1969, and pitched for the Padres until June 1974. His best seasons were 1971 (227 IP, 103 K) and 1972 (250 IP, 122 K).
In June 1974 he was traded to the Indians, and finished out the year with Cleveland.
Arlin retired after the 1974 season and became a dentist.
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