“You're my brother for life miss you so much will never forget you and every year I will go to El Paso for your memorial
“We are so sorry for your great loss. We loved Frank.
And will pray for you and his daughters often.
“Frank was one of my favorite Cub pitchers growing up. He played the game the right way. I am sure his legacy and good nature will carry with all those that loved him.
“I was in first grade with Frank. I smiled when I read that he was still the nice guy I new him to be. We graduated in the same class at Eastwood High years later, and though I didn't know him on a personal level, you could just feel the goodness and the integrity in him. I was always proud and thought of him throughout the years - he had still struck me even from a distance. I am sending much peace and love to all of his family and friends.
I was Saddened to Read Of the Passing of Your Younger Brother Frank...
I attended Eastwood High School with you and always thought Highly of you.
My Sincerest Condolences to You, Your Family and to Friends of your Brother. My Thoughts and Prayer's are with You.
“Dear Castillo Family. Ryne and send our deepest condolences to all of you. We are so sorry about your loss. Frankie was such a good man. Sincerely. Margaret and Ryne Sandberg
“I got to know Frank a little bit first as a student and baseball player at Eastwood who was a couple of years ahead of Frank, and later, as a reporter at the El Paso Times. Frank was just a really good person and seemed like everyone just liked him and trusted him. I am sorry for his friends and family. May you all be blessed with peace and love during this time.
“RIP my friend. I have lost a teammate, client, friend and my golf buddy. From our days with the Cubs to the training sessions to the rounds of golf , it was a pleasure to watch you grow from a young man to a great man. I was honored to be your trainer, watching you work tirelessly to make the best of your talents. Equally honored to cultivate our friendship throughout the years. I am thankful we got that last round of golf a month ago, to hear you bragging and beaming about your little...
Frank Castillo, a former MLB pitcher, died at age 44 on July 28. Castillo, who pitched for the Chicago Cubs, Colorado Rockies, Detroit Tigers, Toronto Blue Jays, Boston Red Sox, and Florida Marlins, drowned in Arizona's Bartlett Lake while on a boating trip with his family.