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Colorado Rockies batter Matt Holliday (L) flips his bat after a strike against the Atlant Braves in the 2nd inning at Coors Field on April 29, 2007 in Denver. Braves catcher Brayan Pena (R) throws the ball back to the mound. Holliday started the game leading the major leagues for batting average at .398. (UPI Photo/Gary C. Caskey)
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Brayan Eduardo Peña (born January 7, 1982 in Havana, Cuba) is a catcher for the Kansas City Royals.

Peña was a member of the Cuban National 18 and under team as a youth. He graduated from Espa Julio Trigo Junior College in Costa Rica. He also grew up in Havana, Cuba with former teammate and current Toronto Blue Jays shortstop, Yunel Escobar.

Peña was called up to the Majors early in the 2005 season because of an injury to Eddie Pérez.

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