Ricky Bottalico

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Ricky Bottalico MLB Career Stats

562 33-42 3.99 628.2 575 1.40

Ricky Bottalico Bio

  • Full Name: Ricky Paul Bottalico
  • Nickname: Ricky Bo
  • Born: 8/26/1969 in New Britain, CT
  • College: Central Connecticut State
  • Debut: 7/29/1994
  • Last Game: 7/22/2005
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MLB Career Stats 33 42 3.99 562 0 116 628.2 575 1.40


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NL All-Star

Year Team League
1996 Philadelphia NL

Ricky Paul Bottalico Bio Info

Married to Lisa ... has two daughters, Olivia and Sophia ... graduated from South Catholic (CT) High School where he played basketball and baseball ... played college baseball at Florida Southern and Central Connecticut State ... was a catcher and pitcher in college ... committee member for the Children's Miracle Network ... presented the Media Good Guy Award by Philadelphia Sportswriters. 2005 Went 2-2 with a 4.54 ERA and a pair of saves in 40 appearances for Milwaukee ... made his Brewers debut on April 8 at Wrigley Field and logged 0.2 scoreless inning ... did not allow a run in his first four appearances of the season spanning 4.1 frames ... earned both victories at Miller Park posting wins on June 23 vs. Chicago (N) and July 2 vs. Pittsburgh ... was two-for-six in save opportunities ... converted saves on May 10 vs Philadelphia and May 23 vs. Colorado ... suffered blown saves on April 10 at Chicago (N), May 5 vs. Chicago (N), May 8 vs. New York (N) and June 11 at Philadelphia ... worked season-high two frames four times including three appearances in June (11 at Philadelphia, 21 vs. Chicago (N) and 30 at Chicago (N)) ... struck out season-high three batters on May 31 at San Diego ... was 2-1 with a 3.86 ERA and two saves before the break compared with his 0-1 mark alongside an 11.25 ERA after the All-Star break ... designated for assignment on July 27 and subsequently released on July 29. 2004 Began the season with Triple A Norfolk of the International League and had his contract purchased by the Mets on May 4th . . . did not allow an earned run in 7.1 innings with the Tides (five games) . . . appeared in 60 games for the New York Mets and posted a 3-2 mark alongside a 3.38 ERA . . . was the seventh time in his career that he's pitched in 60 or more games . . . fanned 61 batters, the most since 1999 when he had 66 strikeouts with St. Louis . . . garnered Sharp Pitcher of the Month honors for August . . .posted a 3.45 ERA (six earned runs in 15.2 innings) with 15 strikeouts . . . had 12 strikeouts in his last 11.1 innings of work . . . was 1-0 with a 1.35 ERA in May and went 2-1 with a 2.13 ERA in June . . . struck out four batters in 2.0 scoreless innings on July 11th at Florida . . . did not surrender an earned run in nine outings (8.1 innings) from June 13th - June 29th . . . did not yield a run in 8.2 innings and had eight strikeouts from May 10th-May 19th . . . pitched a season-high 2.2 innings on May 10th at Arizona . . . pitched 2.0 scoreless innings to earn his first win as a member of the Mets on May 18th vs. St. Louis . . . his last major league win came on September 21, 2001, with Philadelphia vs. Atlanta . . . made his Mets debut with 1.2 scoreless innings on May 5th vs. San Francisco. 2003 Began the year on the Disabled List as he recovered from surgery to repair a SLAP lesion in his right shoulder...Posted a 2.45 ERA in 10 contests wiht Tuscson (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League before returning to the majors....Had his contract purchased by Arizona on June 23rd...Made his debut that night vs. Houston and notched the win in a 7-6 triumph...It was his first big league outing since June 22, 2002 vs. Minnesota....Was designated for assignment on June 30th, cleared waivers and was outrighted to Tuscon on July 2nd. Appeared in 21 games with Tuscon after he was outrighted.