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Frank Louis Bertaina (born April 14, 1944 in San Francisco, Californiamarker) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. The left-hander was signed by the Baltimore Orioles as an amateur free agent before the 1961 season and played for the Orioles (1964-1967, 1969), Washington Senators (1968-1969), and St. Louis Cardinals (1970).

Bertaina made his major league debut on August 1, 1964 against the Kansas City Athletics at Municipal Stadiummarker. He started and gave up two earned runs in seven innings, but did not receive a decision in the 5-2 Orioles victory.

Bertaina's best year in the majors was 1967 when he won 7, lost 6, had an earned run average of 2.99, and tied for ninth in the league with 4 shutouts. He also had a career-high 86 strikeouts.

Career totals for 100 games played (99 as a pitcher) include a 19-29 record, 66 games started, 6 complete games, 5 shutouts, and 10 games finished. He allowed 176 earned runs in his 413 innings, giving him a lifetime ERA of 3.84.

In his minor league career, he led the Eastern League in winning percentage (.733) while playing for the Elmira Pioneers in 1964, led the International League with 188 strikeouts while playing for the Rochester Red Wings in 1965, and led the International League in winning percentage (.800) while playing for the Rochester Red Wings in 1970.

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