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Born: 1968-07-26 (50) | Bats: R | Throws: L
Height: 6' 2 | Weight: 205
Born:Dayton, OH (USA) | College: Nicholls State, LA

Pro Debut/Team: 1993-04-07, Arizona Diamondbacks






CTCBL Pitching Career

Year Team Img02 G GS CG Img02 W L S Img02 IP H BB K Img02 ER R HR Img02 ERA
1994 New Jersey Gypsies(BMH) 10 7 0 Img02 2 4 0 Img02 58.00 51 39 31 Img02 27 27 9 Img02 4.19
1997 Capistrano Swallows(SKE) 56 0 0 Img02 3 2 6 Img02 76.67 71 33 56 Img02 38 41 10 Img02 4.46
1998 Capistrano Swallows(SKE) 57 4 1 Img02 3 4 3 Img02 105.00 114 59 60 Img02 57 58 14 Img02 4.89
1999 Capistrano Swallows(SKE) 32 0 0 Img02 2 0 3 Img02 42.67 51 8 24 Img02 20 21 6 Img02 4.22
2000 Newark Warpigs(NWP) 73 0 0 Img02 1 0 1 Img02 45.00 48 21 30 Img02 21 25 1 Img02 4.20
5 yrs. Career Totals-------> 228 11 1 Img02 11 10 13 Img02 327.33 335 160 201 Img02 163 172 40 Img02 4.48
1 yrs. Bull Mountain Huskies 10 7 0 Img02 2 4 0 Img02 58.00 51 39 31 Img02 27 27 9 Img02 4.19
1 yrs. Newark Warpigs 73 0 0 Img02 1 0 1 Img02 45.00 48 21 30 Img02 21 25 1 Img02 4.20
3 yrs. Southboro Killer E's 145 4 1 Img02 8 6 12 Img02 224.33 236 100 140 Img02 115 120 30 Img02 4.61

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4/11: The Greatest 21 Days- Mike Mohler, Big Thing - 20 (Mon, 11 Apr 2016 16:22:40 -0400)
Originally published March 30, 2015Oakland reliever Mike Mohler earned this victory in this July 1993 game by going two innings without giving up a hit, according to The Associated Press.This win was also the rookie Mohler's first in the majors."I figured I'd get it sometime during the year," Mohler

3/30: The Greatest 21 Days- Mike Mohler, Big Thing - 2267 (Mon, 30 Mar 2015 23:22:48 -0400)
Oakland reliever Mike Mohler earned this victory in this July 1993 game by going two innings without giving up a hit, according to The Associated Press.This win was also the rookie Mohler's first in the majors."I figured I'd get it sometime during the year," Mohler told The AP afterward. "As a relie

1/9: Friars on Base- Greatest Moments In Padres History #3: Tony Gwynn’s 3,000th Hit (Fri, 09 Jan 2015 19:28:28 -0500)
Anthony Keith Gwynn walked to the plate at old Olympic Stadium in French-speaking Montreal on August 6, 1999. Just as he first had at San Diego’s Jack Murphy Stadium 17 years prior. On that summer day in 1982, as the Padres faced the Phillies, the 22-year-old rookie just hoped to make conta...

2/15: Bus League Baseball- All-Time MLB Draft: Round 21 (Picks 1001-1050) (Wed, 15 Feb 2012 16:55:26 -0500)
At least a year ago, maybe longer, I had an idea: wouldn’t it be cool to go through every draft pick in major league history, pick the best player for each one, and create sort of an Ultimate Draft? (NFL.com did something like this a couple years ago, so maybe that’s where I got the idea from, b

5/13: B-R Blog- Consecutive Starts of At Most 5 Innings to Start the Season (Thu, 13 May 2010 11:26:20 -0400)
Bud Norris makes his seventh  start of the season for the Astros this afternoon. In doing so, Norris will attempt to pitch more than 5 innings for the first time this season. Here are the longest streaks of consecutive starts with at most 5 IP to start the season. Rk Strk Start End Games W L GS CG SHO GF SV IP H R ER BB SO HR ERA HBP WP BK Tm 1 Mike Johnson 1997-05-14 1997-08-15 8 0 2 8 0 0 0 0 27.2 42 37 36 19 20 11 11.71 0 1 0 BAL-MON 2 Dave Fleming 1995-04-29 1995-08-28 8 1 4 8 1 0 0 0 33.2 47 38 35 25 14 13 9.36 0 1 0 SEA-KCR 3 Mike Paul 1970-05-31 1970-07-07 8 0 3 8 0 0 0 0 30.0 33 20 20 18 19 7 6.00 0 0 0 CLE 4 Cisco Carlos 1969-06-08 1969-09-18 8 2 2 8 0 0 0 0 32.2 44 24 24 11 16 2 6.61 2 1 0 CHW-WSA 5 Frank Lary 1964-04-17 1964-06-28 8 0 5 8 1 0 0 0 29.2 47 31 30 14 14 7 9.10 3 1 0 DET-NYM 6 Chien-Ming [...]

2/7: T Van Poppel RC Ret Plan- Everything Has Already Been Thought Of (Mon, 07 Feb 2011 22:55:46 -0500)
Yesterday I had a post titled, “A Bullpen Usage Revolution” and commenter Ken Arneson noted the idea had been tried before, by lo and behold the A’s before! So, he pointed me in the direction of a staff report via the Seattle Times from July of 1993: Because Tony La Russa’s s