Ismael Valdez , P


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Born: 1973-08-21 (48) | Bats: R | Throws: R
Height: 6' 4 | Weight: 230
Born:Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas (Mexico) | College:

Pro Debut/Team: 1994-06-15, Miami Marlins






2021 Platoon Splits




CTCBL Pitching Career

Year Team Img02 G GS CG Img02 W L S Img02 IP H BB K Img02 ER R HR Img02 ERA
1995 Red Bank 24s(RB2) 46 0 0 Img02 2 1 27 Img02 39.00 20 17 26 Img02 13 13 4 Img02 3.00
1996 Red Bank 24s(RB2) 40 32 5 Img02 18 4 0 Img02 243.33 185 72 161 Img02 64 74 20 Img02 2.37
1997 Red Bank 24s(RB2) 35 35 2 Img02 17 12 0 Img02 246.33 253 59 177 Img02 93 109 21 Img02 3.40
1998 Red Bank 24s(RB2) 30 30 7 Img02 17 8 0 Img02 217.33 173 52 147 Img02 69 75 16 Img02 2.86
1999 Red Bank 24s(RB2) 28 28 1 Img02 10 8 0 Img02 181.67 180 79 127 Img02 82 86 12 Img02 4.06
2000 Red Bank 24s(RB2) 35 34 0 Img02 10 14 0 Img02 208.00 233 76 141 Img02 115 125 32 Img02 4.98
2001 Red Bank 24s(RB2) 24 23 0 Img02 4 10 0 Img02 122.00 127 49 78 Img02 63 67 20 Img02 4.65
2002 Red Bank 24s(RB2) 30 29 1 Img02 8 13 1 Img02 169.33 169 69 122 Img02 92 96 26 Img02 4.89
2003 Gotham City Blackwings(MMM) 30 30 0 Img02 12 9 0 Img02 192.67 202 54 117 Img02 89 102 26 Img02 4.16
2004 Gotham City Blackwings(MMM) 25 25 1 Img02 5 14 0 Img02 122.00 186 29 43 Img02 90 100 31 Img02 6.64
2005 Darnestown Defenders(SYS) 31 30 1 Img02 7 14 0 Img02 156.33 221 49 55 Img02 119 137 30 Img02 6.85
2006 Machias Clam Diggers (MCD) 10 10 0 Img02 2 3 0 Img02 58.67 69 19 35 Img02 29 38 7 Img02 4.45
12 yrs. Career Totals-------> 364 306 18 Img02 112 110 28 Img02 1,956.67 2,018 624 1,229 Img02 918 1,022 245 Img02 4.22
8 yrs. Red Bank 24s 268 211 16 Img02 86 70 28 Img02 1,427.00 1,340 473 979 Img02 591 645 151 Img02 3.73
2 yrs. Mass Mayhem 55 55 1 Img02 17 23 0 Img02 314.67 388 83 160 Img02 179 202 57 Img02 5.12
1 yrs. Sunnydale Slayers 31 30 1 Img02 7 14 0 Img02 156.33 221 49 55 Img02 119 137 30 Img02 6.85
1 yrs. Machias Clam Diggers 10 10 0 Img02 2 3 0 Img02 58.67 69 19 35 Img02 29 38 7 Img02 4.45

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