Villone, who pitched for 12 different major league baseball teams, turns 40 on Saturday.
Villone made his debut in the majors in 1995 with the Seattle Mariners. He pitched his final game for the Washington Nationals in 2009.
Over his 15-year career collected 61 wins and 925 strikeouts over 1,168 innings pitched.
The Englewood native is currently a pitching coach in the Chicago Cubs farm system.
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