TITANS `07: Appeared in 15 games for the Titans
with all but one coming in relief Made his first career
start and earned his only decision of the year, a loss, on May 20
at Cal Poly His longest outing of the year came on Apr. 10
vs. USC at home when he went 2.0 innings and struck out one in the
Titans' 7-1 win Went seven appearances from Mar. 24 to Apr.
28 without surrendering a run over 6.1 innings.
SANTA ANA COLLEGE: Played two seasons for the
Dons at Santa Ana College under former Titan and Head Coach Don
Sneddon Was 7-1 with a 4.23 ERA in 2006 for the Dons
Started the second most games (15) on the pitching staff, tossing
87.1 innings in 2006 Tied for the most number of wins on the
team and fanned 65 opponents to only 17 walks Was named
team's Most Valuable Pitcher in 2006 Was 7-2 as a freshman
in 2005 for the Dons posting a 4.20 ERA in 83 innings and earned
team Rookie of the Year honors.
DIAMOND BAR HS: Played three seasons (2002-04)
for former Titan Rich Gonzalez at Diamond Bar High School in
Diamond Bar, Calif. Was a three-time All-Sierra League
first-teamer for the Brahmas Named to the All-CIF First Team
as a senior Was a first-team All-Los Angeles Times player in
2004 and started the Inland Valley All-Star game.
PERSONAL: Born on June 25, 1986, in Anaheim,
Calif. Parents are Rick and Adeline Canedo Full name
is Paul Anthony Canedo Nickname is Nado Has two
younger brothers (Eric and Steven) Majoring in criminal
justice Enjoys golfing and fishing in his spare time
Names Coach Don Sneddon as his greatest baseball influence
If he could have dinner with anyone dead or alive it would be John
Wooden Eats at Flame Broiler before every home game
Favorites include: Los Angeles Dodgers (team), Saw, Hills Have
Eyes, Training Day and Inside Man (movies), Denzel Washington and
Jessica Biel (actors), and AC/DC and Lil John (musical