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Isidro Pedroza Monge
- Bats Both, Throws Left
- Height 6' 2", Weight 195 lb.
- High School Brawley Union High School
- Debut September 12, 1975
- Final Game September 30, 1984
- Born April 11, 1951 in Agua Prieta, Sonora Mexico
 Biographical Information
Sid Monge played Major League Baseball for 10 seasons on 5 teams. His teams were the California Angels (1975-1977), Cleveland Indians (1977-1981), Philadelphia Phillies (1982-1983), San Diego Padres (1983-1984), and Detroit Tigers (1984). In 1989, Monge played for the West Palm Beach Tropics and Gold Coast Suns of the Senior Professional Baseball Association.
Sid was the pitching coach for the Rockford Expos in 1990, the Fayetteville Generals in 1992, the Peoria Chiefs in 2000, and the State College Spikes in 2006. He fit the same role for the Johnson City Cardinals in 2007 then coached for the Monterrey Sultans in 2011.
In 2004, Sid was inducted into the Salon de la Fama del Beisbol, the Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame.
Monge gave up Frank Robinson's last career HR in July 1976, two months before Robinson's last game and less than a year before Monge played for manager Robinson. Monge also gave up the first career hit to Tony Gwynn on Gwynn's debut in July 1982, less than a year before becoming Gwynn's teammate.
 Notable Achievements
- AL All-Star (1979)
- Won a World Series with the Detroit Tigers in 1984 (he did not play in the World Series)