Former Cubs, Brewers pitcher Ruben Quevedo dies at 37

null Baseball null Venezuelan pitcher and former Cub and Brewer Ruben Quevedo died Tuesday at the age of 37.According to, the cause of death was a heart attack. MORE: Notable sports deaths of 2016The Aragua Tigers of the Liga Venezolana de Béisbol Profesional (LVBP) and the Brewers expressed their sympathy on Twitter. La familia de Tigres de Aragua se une al duelo por el fallecimiento de Rubén Quevedo. Paz a su alma.— Tigres de Aragua (@OficialTigres) June 8, 2016Our condolences to friends & family of former #Brewers pitcher Ruben Quevedo (2001-03) on reports of his passing:— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) June 8, 2016Quevedo broke into the majors in 2000 with the Cubs posting a 3-10 record in his lone season in Chicago. He then pitched for the Brewers over the next three seasons before fizzling out of the league. Que

vedo had a career 14-30 record with a 6.15 ERA.