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Born: 1968-12-08 (51) | Bats: L | Throws: R
Height: 6' 2 | Weight: 190
Born:Williamsport, PA (USA) | College: Stanford

Pro Debut/Team: 1991-08-04, New York Yankees





2020 Spring Training



CTCBL Pitching Career

Year Team Img02 G GS CG Img02 W L S Img02 IP H BB K Img02 ER R HR Img02 ERA
1992 New Jersey Gypsies(BMH) 13 13 4 Img02 6 6 0 Img02 95.33 95 34 65 Img02 54 56 16 Img02 5.10
1993 New Jersey Gypsies(BMH) 35 35 14 Img02 15 17 0 Img02 263.33 265 54 130 Img02 119 124 26 Img02 4.07
1994 New Jersey Gypsies(BMH) 26 26 1 Img02 7 11 0 Img02 170.00 203 66 127 Img02 99 113 24 Img02 5.24
1995 Season Totals-------> +++ 37 37 11 Img02 13 13 0 Img02 271.00 287 79 168 Img02 143 156 39 Img02 4.75

1996 Milford Moles(MFM) 37 37 9 Img02 15 11 0 Img02 275.00 212 48 164 Img02 89 98 28 Img02 2.91
1998 Milford Moles(MFM) 36 36 7 Img02 17 12 0 Img02 254.00 228 52 241 Img02 105 110 34 Img02 3.72
1999 Milford Moles(MFM) 32 32 6 Img02 15 10 0 Img02 232.67 229 42 201 Img02 80 99 20 Img02 3.09
2000 Milford Moles(MFM) 32 32 10 Img02 21 4 0 Img02 230.67 186 87 202 Img02 70 80 20 Img02 2.73
2001 Milford Moles(MFM) 35 35 9 Img02 23 3 0 Img02 267.00 229 48 253 Img02 91 93 30 Img02 3.07
2002 Milford Moles(MFM) 36 36 3 Img02 17 7 0 Img02 261.67 194 49 260 Img02 58 59 21 Img02 1.99
2003 Milford Moles(MFM) 38 36 2 Img02 11 11 0 Img02 226.67 229 73 195 Img02 131 137 34 Img02 5.20
2004 Milford Moles(MFM) 33 33 6 Img02 14 9 0 Img02 237.67 223 52 198 Img02 96 105 19 Img02 3.64
2005 Milford Moles(MFM) 30 28 1 Img02 16 11 0 Img02 190.00 214 44 155 Img02 79 88 24 Img02 3.74
2006 Milford Moles (MFM) 33 30 0 Img02 7 13 0 Img02 182.33 208 62 147 Img02 104 112 24 Img02 5.13
2007 Milford Moles (MFM) 35 33 3 Img02 15 10 1 Img02 218.67 200 49 205 Img02 87 94 20 Img02 3.58
2008 Milford Moles (MFM) 28 27 2 Img02 8 10 0 Img02 174.33 199 29 108 Img02 67 69 9 Img02 3.46
2009 Season Totals-------> +++ 30 30 3 Img02 8 13 0 Img02 199.67 240 41 149 Img02 114 121 26 Img02 5.14

17 yrs. Career Totals-------> 546 536 91 Img02 228 171 1 Img02 3,750.00 3,641 909 2,968 Img02 1,586 1,714 414 Img02 3.81
4 yrs. Bull Mountain Huskies 96 96 24 Img02 33 44 0 Img02 690.67 751 202 423 Img02 376 403 92 Img02 4.90
14 yrs. Milford Moles 439 429 65 Img02 192 122 1 Img02 2,985.67 2,789 688 2,491 Img02 1,159 1,259 309 Img02 3.49
1 yrs. Southboro Killer E's 11 11 2 Img02 3 5 0 Img02 73.67 101 19 54 Img02 51 52 13 Img02 6.23

CTCBL Transactions
Trades:

2009-07-15: Milford Moles trades: Mike Mussina(S-NYY); to South Florida Hogs for: Garrett Olson(S-BAL); 2010 Rookie SFH #3.0;



Waiver History

2010-03-25: Released by Southboro Killer E's
Other moves:


From Baseball-Reference:

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