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Hector Carrasco MLB Career Stats

W-L ERA IP SO WHIP
44-50 4.00 832.1 662 1.42

Hector Carrasco Bio

  • Full Name: Hector Pipo Carrasco
  • Born: 10/22/1969 in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic
  • High School: Liceo Mattias Mella, DOM
  • Debut: April 4, 1994
  • Last Game: 6/30/2007
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Year W L ERA G GS SV IP SO WHIP
MLB Career Stats 44 50 4.00 648 10 19 832.1 662 1.42

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Hector Carrasco Stats

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Hector Carrasco Advanced Stats

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Hector Carrasco Statcast Events

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Hector Carrasco Leaderboards

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Season SV Rank
1994 6 18th in NL
1995 5 20th in NL

Games

Season G Rank
1995 64 10th in NL
2000 69 13th in AL

Hector Carrasco Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
March 22, 2013 Pericos de Puebla released RHP Hector Carrasco.
March 21, 2013 Pericos de Puebla activated RHP Hector Carrasco.
July 10, 2012 Pericos de Puebla placed RHP Hector Carrasco on the reserve list.
June 26, 2012 Pericos de Puebla signed free agent RHP Hector Carrasco.
June 12, 2012 Petroleros de Minatitlan released RHP Hector Carrasco.
June 7, 2011 Petroleros de Minatitlan signed free agent RHP Hector Carrasco.
April 6, 2010 Diablos Rojos del Mexico released RHP Hector Carrasco.
March 16, 2010 Diablos Rojos del Mexico signed free agent RHP Hector Carrasco.

Hector Pipo Carrasco Bio Info

Hector Pacheco Carrasco ... Wife's name is Tonya Margarita ... Has two children: Gelen and Hector Jr ... Brother, Filly, pitched briefly with BOS' Dominican Summer League club. 2006 Carrasco won a career-best seven games for the Angels in 2006. The long man mainly pitched out of the bullpen, but he started three games early in the season to replace the injured Bartolo Colon. His ERA as a reliever (3.02) was more than two runs better than his mark as a starter (5.79). His 86 1/3 innings out of the bullpen were the third-most in the American League. Carrasco posted scoreless outings in 12 of his last 14 appearances and also gave the Halos their longest stint from a reliever all year (5 1/3 innings on Sept. 26 against the Rangers). He finished with a 3.41 ERA overall, the third-lowest mark out of the Angels bullpen, behind Francisco Rodriguez and Scot Shields. 1994 Was 5-6 with six saves and a 2.24 ERA in rookie campaign with Cincinnati ... Member of Reds Opening Day roster despite no experience above Class A ... Finished eighth in NL Rookie of the Year voting ... Earned win in Major League debut, April 4 vs. St. Louis ... Worked scoreless 10th inning before Kevin Mitchell homered off Rob Murphy in bottom of inning ... Notched first big-league save, April 9 vs. Philadelphia ... Foot infection rendered stint on 15-day DL, May 12-June 1 ... Limited opposing batters to .210 average ... Left-handed batters hit just .198 against him ... Registered career-best totals in wins, ERA and saves. 1995 Finished 2-7 with five saves and 4.12 ERA in 64 games with Cincinnati ... Led club in games pitched ... Allowed only one home run in career-high 87 1/3 innings ... Posted a 2.72 ERA in first 53 games, April 27-Sept. 6 ... Did not allow a home run in final 55 2/3 innings, June 14-Sept. 30. 1996 Was 4-3 with a 3.75 ERA in 56 games with Cincinnati ... Posted .214 batting average against ... Walked 5.4 batters per nine innings ... Began season with Cincinnati, but was optioned to Indianapolis, April 16 ... Recalled by Reds, May 23 ... Went 1-1 with a 0.96 ERA in 14 appearances, June 5-July 5 ... Did not allow an earned run in nine appearances, June 10-28 ... Collected first Major League hit, a single off Joe Borowski, Aug. 22 at Atlanta ... Limited opposing right-handed batters to .181 average. 1997 Opened season in Minor Leagues for first time since 1993 ... Pitched in three games for Indianapolis before being recalled by Cincinnati, April 11 ... Went 1-0 with a 2.30 ERA in 13 appearances, April 11-May 4 ... Acquired by Kansas City with pitcher Scott Service in exchange for outfielders Chris Stynes and Jon Nunnally, July 15 ... Established career highs in games (64) and strikeouts (76) ... Selected by Arizona with 11th pick in second round in 1998 Expansion Draft, Nov. 18. 1998 Was 4-2 with one save and 4.28 ERA in 63 games with Minnesota ... Spent Spring Training with Arizona, but he was claimed off waivers, April 1 ... Made Twins' debut with one scoreless inning, April 7 vs. Toronto ... Allowed just one home run in 45 games, June 5-Sept. 26 ... Was 3-0 with a 1.20 ERA in 17 appearances, June 14-July 22 ... Recorded save June 21 at Chicago White Sox, his first since June 24, 1995 vs. Florida ... Did not allow a run in 10 consecutive appearances, Aug. 12-27 ... Stranded 38-of-63 (60 percent) inherited runners ... Averaged 6.7 strikeouts per nine innings. 1999 Signed with Minnesota, but he was placed on 15-day DL with circulatory disorder in right arm, April 3 ... Began rehab assignments at Ft. Myers and Salt Lake, June 16 ... Allowed two runs in 1 2/3 innings out of bullpen in 1999 Major League debut, June 27 at Detroit ... Did not allow a run in seven appearances, Aug. 2-13 ... Garnered lone save, Aug. 8 at Kansas City ... Went 1-1 with a 1.69 ERA in final 15 appearances, Aug. 22-Oct. 1 ... Pitched season-high 3 1/3 innings, Sept. 6 at Tampa Bay. 2000 Pitched in career-high 69 games for Minnesota and Boston ... Posted 4-3 record, one save and 4.25 ERA in 61 games for Minnesota before being acquired by Boston, Sept. 10, in exchange for outfielder Lew Ford ... Was 1-1 with a 9.45 ERA in eight games (one start) with Boston ... Went 3-1 with a 0.98 ERA in first 14 appearances, April 3-May 2 ... Recorded save, May 12 at Chicago White Sox ... Stranded 27-of-49 (55 percent) inherited runners ... Made first Major League start, Oct. 1 at Tampa Bay ... Allowed two hits in two innings pitched in Boston's 3-2, 10-inning loss ... Signed as free agent by Toronto, Jan. 2, 2001. 2001 Was 4-3 with one save and a 4.64 ERA in 56 games for Minnesota ... Only Eddie Guardado, Bob Wells and LaTroy Hawkins appeared in more games for the Twins ... Worked season-high four innings, June 8 vs. Pittsburgh ... Worked 8 1/3 straight scoreless innings, spanning five appearances, Aug. 7 -17 ... Limited opposing right-handed batters to .251 average ... Stranded 30-of-44 (68 percent) inherited runners ... Earned lone save, May 29 at Anaheim ... Suffered one blown save ... Was designated for assignment by Minnesota, Oct. 15. 2002 Did not pitch in United States. 2003 Signed with Baltimore as a Minor League free agent, March 1, and had contract purchased by Orioles, June 29 ... Made Baltimore debut that afternoon vs. Philadelphia ... Remained with club through end of season ... Finished 2-6 with one save and 4.93 ERA in 40 games ... Save came July 19 vs. Anaheim (2 1/3 IP), his first since May 29, 2001 at Anaheim ... Pitched in both games of doubleheader at Boston in August ... Fanned season-high four batters Sept. 4 vs. Oakland and recorded win. 2005 Began season at Triple-A New Orleans after signing Minor League contract in offseason ... Registered 1-0 record with four saves and 0.00 ERA (8 IP) in six relief appearances ... Allowed four hits, walked two and struck out 10 batters ... Victory came April 17 vs. Nashville ... Had contract selected by Washington April 20 ... Posted 5-4 record, two saves and 2.04 ERA (88 1/3 IP - 20 ER) in 64 games (five starts) ... Allowed 59 hits (6 HR), walked 38 and struck out 75 ... Limited opponents to .193 average, including .178 mark vs. right-handers ... Was 4-3 with two saves and 2.04 ERA (62.1 IP - 14 ER) as a reliever and 1-1 with a 2.03 ERA (27.1 IP - 6 ER) as a starter ... Starts came in final five appearances of the season ... Made emergency start Sept. 13 at New York Mets in place of John Patterson (bronchitis) ... Start was first of season and second of career ... Other career start came with Boston, Oct. 1, 2000 at Tampa Bay ... Strung together 20 2/3 straight scoreless innings, Sept. 17-Oct. 2, the longest such streak by a National ... Finished 2-1 with one save and 1.34 ERA (47 IP - 7 ER) in 31 road games ... Had ERA below 1.00 in three months (April - 0.00, August - 0.63 and September - 0.95) ... Did not allow an earned run in first 10 appearances (8 IP) ... Saves came April 30 vs. New York Mets (1/3 IP) and July 1 at Chicago Cubs (1 IP, 2 SO) ... Initial save was first in Major Leagues since pitching with Baltimore, July 19, 2003, at Angel Stadium ... First career win as starter came Sept. 26 at Florida (6 IP, 2 H, 3 BB, 6 SO) ... Limited opponents to .127 average with two strikes in count ... Notched career-best eight strikeouts Sept. 22 at San Francisco (5 2/3 IP) ... Recorded 500th career strikeout (Michael Barrett) July 1 at Chicago Cubs ... Worked scoreless relief in 50 of 59 appearances out of the bullpen ... Ranked among NL relief leaders in ERA (6th, 2.04) and batting average against (T7th, .200) ... Stranded 27-of-42 inherited baserunners (64 percent) ... Retired first batter in 41-of-59 appearances (69 percent). 2004 Signed with the Kintetsu Buffalos of the Japanese Pacific League on Feb. 14 ... Went 8-8 with five saves and a 5.57 ERA in 53 games out of the bullpen ...Was a teammate of former Expo Jeremy Powell while in Japan.