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Born: 1973-01-29 (46) | Bats: R | Throws: R
Height: 6' 5 | Weight: 220
Born:Lewiston, ID (USA) | College:

Pro Debut/Team: 1995-04-28, Los Angeles Dodgers






CTCBL Pitching Career

Year Team Img02 G GS CG Img02 W L S Img02 IP H BB K Img02 ER R HR Img02 ERA
1996 Maryland Storm(RRF) 5 5 0 Img02 0 2 0 Img02 27.67 32 19 9 Img02 18 19 0 Img02 5.86
1997 Maryland Storm(RRF) 23 6 1 Img02 1 8 0 Img02 68.00 88 41 64 Img02 57 60 11 Img02 7.54
1998 Maryland Storm(RRF) 32 32 9 Img02 15 16 0 Img02 226.00 230 100 171 Img02 114 122 24 Img02 4.54
1999 Maryland Storm(RRF) 29 29 10 Img02 8 15 0 Img02 200.33 248 67 168 Img02 147 157 28 Img02 6.60
2000 Maryland Storm(RRF) 35 35 11 Img02 15 11 0 Img02 242.33 245 99 166 Img02 115 125 29 Img02 4.27
2001 Maryland Storm(RRF) 13 12 1 Img02 5 5 0 Img02 66.00 75 35 62 Img02 35 43 10 Img02 4.77
2002 San Francisco Seawolves(RRF) 26 26 3 Img02 10 13 0 Img02 167.67 193 76 163 Img02 113 122 28 Img02 6.07
2003 New Orleans Zephyrs(MCD) 31 31 5 Img02 18 7 0 Img02 210.00 172 100 205 Img02 70 79 17 Img02 3.00
2004 Machias Clam Diggers(MCD) 33 33 10 Img02 18 10 0 Img02 237.33 173 61 232 Img02 57 70 15 Img02 2.16
2005 Machias Clam Diggers(MCD) 36 36 13 Img02 24 4 0 Img02 258.33 165 76 278 Img02 61 72 20 Img02 2.13
2006 Germantown Generals (GTG) 33 31 0 Img02 18 4 1 Img02 192.00 162 94 210 Img02 71 81 16 Img02 3.33
2007 Germantown Generals (GTG) 36 34 5 Img02 18 10 0 Img02 221.67 218 86 200 Img02 93 101 26 Img02 3.78
12 yrs. Career Totals-------> 332 310 68 Img02 150 105 1 Img02 2,117.33 2,001 854 1,928 Img02 951 1,051 224 Img02 4.04
2 yrs. Germantown Generals 69 65 5 Img02 36 14 1 Img02 413.67 380 180 410 Img02 164 182 42 Img02 3.57
3 yrs. Machias Clam Diggers 100 100 28 Img02 60 21 0 Img02 705.67 510 237 715 Img02 188 221 52 Img02 2.40
7 yrs. Russian Rifles 163 145 35 Img02 54 70 0 Img02 998.00 1,111 437 803 Img02 599 648 130 Img02 5.40

CTCBL Transactions


Waiver History

2009-03-29: Released by Russian Rifles
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