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Chris Bosio MLB Career Stats

W-L ERA IP SO WHIP
94-93 3.96 1710.0 1059 1.30

Chris Bosio Bio

  • Full Name: Christopher Louis Bosio
  • Pronunciation: BAW-zee-yo
  • Born: 4/3/1963 in Carmichael, CA
  • Draft: 1982, Milwaukee Brewers, 2nd rd. (44th overall)
  • College: Sacramento City College
  • Debut: August 3, 1986
  • Last Game: 9/22/1996
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Year W L ERA G GS SV IP SO WHIP
MLB Career Stats 94 93 3.96 309 246 9 1710.0 1059 1.30

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Awards

Chris Bosio Awards

AL Player of the Week

Week Team League
04/25/1993 Seattle AL

Chris Bosio Leaderboards

Earned Run Average

Season ERA Rank
1988 3.36 14th in AL
1989 2.95 6th in AL
1991 3.25 13th in AL
1992 3.62 17th in AL
1993 3.45 14th in AL
1994 4.32 23rd in AL

Wins

Season W Rank
1989 15 14th in AL
1991 14 17th in AL
1992 16 10th in AL
1995 10 24th in AL

Winning Percentage

Season WPCT Rank
1987 .579 19th in AL
1989 .600 17th in AL
1991 .583 18th in AL
1992 .727 4th in AL
1993 .500 24th in AL
1995 .556 18th in AL

Strikeouts

Season SO Rank
1987 150 21st in AL
1989 173 4th in AL
1992 120 24th in AL

Saves

Season SV Rank
1988 6 21st in AL

WHIP

Season WHIP Rank
1987 1.39 10th in AL
1994 1.42 22nd in AL
1995 1.65 1st in AL

Batting Average Against

Season AVG Rank
1987 .276 5th in AL
1988 .268 14th in AL
1989 .249 23rd in AL
1992 .254 22nd in AL
1994 .277 16th in AL
1995 .312 1st in AL

Games Started

Season GS Rank
1989 33 10th in AL
1991 32 23rd in AL
1992 33 14th in AL
1995 31 4th in AL

Complete Games

Season CG Rank
1988 9 10th in AL
1989 8 4th in AL
1990 4 19th in AL
1991 5 14th in AL
1992 4 21st in AL
1993 3 21st in AL
1994 4 11th in AL

Shutouts

Season SHO Rank
1987 1 20th in AL
1988 1 22nd in AL
1989 2 7th in AL
1990 1 17th in AL
1991 1 16th in AL
1992 2 8th in AL
1993 1 10th in AL

Innings Pitched

Season IP Rank
1989 234.2 9th in AL
1991 204.2 23rd in AL
1992 231.1 13th in AL

Strikeouts per Nine Innings

Season K/9 Rank
1987 7.94 4th in AL
1989 6.63 8th in AL
1991 5.14 22nd in AL
1993 6.52 16th in AL

Strikeout/Walk Ratio

Season K/BB Rank
1987 3.00 3rd in AL
1988 2.21 13th in AL
1989 3.60 3rd in AL
1991 2.02 17th in AL
1992 2.73 4th in AL
1993 2.02 15th in AL

Bases on Balls

Season BB Rank
1995 69 18th in AL

Hits

Season H Rank
1989 225 10th in AL
1992 223 12th in AL
1995 211 7th in AL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
1989 16 25th in AL
1992 21 12th in AL

Christopher Louis Bosio Bio Info

Chris begins his first season as the Cubs major league pitching coach after serving in a variety of coaching positions with the Seattle, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati and Milwaukee organizations ... is in his third stint as a big league pitching coach -- he filled the role with Tampa Bay in 2003 and in an interim basis with Milwaukee late in the 2009 season ... Pitched in all or part of 11 big league seasons with Milwaukee (1986- 92) and Seattle (1993-96). ... Tossed the second no-hitter in Mariners history, blanking visiting Boston 7-0, April 22, 1993. ... Attended Sacramento City (CA) College ... graduated from Cordova (CA) High School in 1981, where he played football, basketball and baseball. ... Participated in the 2012 Cubs Caravan.

Managerial and coaching Career
Since throwing his last major league pitch in 1996, Chris has assisted in a variety of coaching and scouting roles in the professional ranks and on the collegiate level. ... Most recently worked as an advance scout for Milwaukee in 2010-11 before taking over as pitching coach at Triple-A Nashville in June 2011 after incumbent Rich Gale resigned for personal reasons. ... In 2009, served as Nashville's pitching coach and directed the Sounds staff to the lowest ERA in the Pacific Coast League ... late in the 2009 season, replaced Bill Castro as pitching coach for the Milwaukee Brewers. ... Joined the Cincinnati Reds organization in 2008, serving as pitching coach for Double-A Chattanooga. ... Prior to joining the Reds, coached two seasons for Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin, first as the school's pitching coach and then as interim manager in 2006-07. ... From 2004-05, was the assistant pitching coach at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. ... Became a coach at the major league level in 2003, serving as Lou Piniella's pitching coach in Tampa Bay. ... For three seasons prior to his stint with the Devil Rays, worked as a special assignment pitching coach in Seattle's organization ... duties included time as Triple-A Tacoma's pitching coach in 2001, relieving Jim Slaton who was away on personal business.

Playing Career
Chris played 11 big league seasons with Milwaukee (1986-92) and Seattle (1993-96) ... all told, tallied a 94-93 career record with a 3.96 ERA (753 ER/1,710.0 IP) in 309 games (246 starts). ... Tossed the second no-hitter in Mariners history, blanking visiting Boston 7-0, April 22, 1993. ... Won 14 or more games three times, including a career-high 16 victories in 1992 for Milwaukee. ... Was named Milwaukee's Most Valuable Pitcher in 1989 after finishing fourth in the American League with 173 strikeouts and tied for fourth with eight complete games. ... Selected by Milwaukee in the second round of the 1982 draft (January Secondary phase).