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Born: 1974-11-22 (45) | Bats: R | Throws: R
Height: 6' 4 | Weight: 230
Born:Houston, TX (USA) | College: SUNY Stony Brook

Pro Debut/Team: 1999-04-21, San Francisco Giants






CTCBL Pitching Career

Year Team Img02 G GS CG Img02 W L S Img02 IP H BB K Img02 ER R HR Img02 ERA
2000 Union Lake Owls(ULO) 17 16 0 Img02 8 5 0 Img02 100.67 85 57 50 Img02 49 51 14 Img02 4.38
2001 Union Lake Owls(ULO) 34 9 0 Img02 3 3 1 Img02 104.67 110 78 71 Img02 71 73 25 Img02 6.11
2004 Union Lake Owls(ULO) 49 0 0 Img02 3 0 1 Img02 64.00 47 43 78 Img02 30 32 13 Img02 4.22
2005 Red Bank 24s(RB2) 67 0 0 Img02 6 8 26 Img02 76.67 60 21 74 Img02 22 23 4 Img02 2.58
2006 Red Bank 24s (RB2) 73 0 0 Img02 8 2 44 Img02 71.67 47 16 91 Img02 9 11 5 Img02 1.13
2007 Red Bank 24s (RB2) 68 0 0 Img02 2 2 37 Img02 77.33 44 18 113 Img02 14 14 4 Img02 1.63
2008 Red Bank 24s (RB2) 79 0 0 Img02 5 4 38 Img02 82.33 66 19 82 Img02 15 19 5 Img02 1.64
2009 Red Bank 24s(RB2) 71 0 0 Img02 6 4 36 Img02 72.33 46 20 77 Img02 15 15 5 Img02 1.87
2010 Red Bank 24s(RB2) 74 0 0 Img02 4 0 41 Img02 73.33 44 24 87 Img02 17 19 6 Img02 2.09
2012 Red Bank 24s(RB2) 29 0 0 Img02 1 2 2 Img02 33.33 19 9 26 Img02 9 10 5 Img02 2.43
2013 Red Bank(NL) 24's(RB2) 57 0 0 Img02 5 6 0 Img02 73.33 63 15 97 Img02 24 25 7 Img02 2.95
2014 Blue Mountain Warthogs(BMW) 59 0 0 Img02 6 4 39 Img02 74.67 31 32 74 Img02 14 14 3 Img02 1.69
12 yrs. Career Totals-------> 677 25 0 Img02 57 40 265 Img02 904.00 662 352 920 Img02 289 306 96 Img02 2.88
1 yrs. Blue Mountain Warthogs 59 0 0 Img02 6 4 39 Img02 74.67 31 32 74 Img02 14 14 3 Img02 1.69
8 yrs. Red Bank 24s 518 0 0 Img02 37 28 224 Img02 560.00 389 142 647 Img02 125 136 41 Img02 2.01
3 yrs. Union Lake Owls 100 25 0 Img02 14 8 2 Img02 269.33 242 178 199 Img02 150 156 52 Img02 5.01

CTCBL Transactions
Trades:

2014-03-22: Blue Mountain Warthogs trades: Michael Pineda(nc)-SEA; to Red Bank 24s for: Joe Nathan(C-TEA);



Waiver History

2015-03-29: Released by Blue Mountain Warthogs
Other moves:


From Baseball-Reference:

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