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Is this pronoun case correct?
Perdo Martinez signed a baseball for Chad that he had used in a game.

The problem with that sentence is you have a adjective clause that isn't in the right place.

I would rearrange to start the sentence with For Chad, Pedro Martinez...etc.

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