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Scott Eyre MLB Career Stats

28-30 4.23 649.1 537 1.52

Scott Eyre Bio

  • Full Name: Scott Alan Eyre
  • Born: 5/30/1972 in Inglewood, CA
  • Draft: 1991, Texas Rangers, 9th rd. (248th overall)
  • College: Southern Idaho JC
  • Debut: August 1, 1997
  • Relationship(s): brother of Willie Eyre
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MLB Career Stats 28 30 4.23 617 32 4 649.1 537 1.52


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Scott Eyre Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2008 Philadelphia NL

Scott Eyre Leaderboards


Season G Rank
2003 74 20th in NL
2004 83 6th in NL
2005 86 1st in NL
2006 74 14th in NL


Season HLD Rank
2002 12 18th in AL
2003 20 6th in NL
2004 23 12th in NL
2005 32 1st in NL
2006 18 12th in NL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
1998 24 22nd in AL

Scott Eyre Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
November 12, 2009 LHP Scott Eyre elected free agency.
July 5, 2009 Philadelphia Phillies activated LHP Scott Eyre from the 15-day disabled list.
July 1, 2009 Philadelphia Phillies sent LHP Scott Eyre on a rehab assignment to Reading Phillies.
June 12, 2009 Philadelphia Phillies placed LHP Scott Eyre on the 15-day disabled list. Left calf strain.

Scott Alan Eyre Bio Info

Scott Alan Eyre... Married Laura Piper (11/23/96); two sons, Caleb (8/14/98) and Jacob (9/11/00)...Attended Southern Idaho JC...Hobbies: Fishing and spending time with family. 2008 Had a 1.46 ERA (4 ER, 24.2 IP) in 35 of his 38 appearances; allowed 8 ER in 1.0 IP over the other 3 games...Began the season on the 15-day DL (left elbow inflammation)...Pitched 14 consecutive scoreless appearances (9.0 IP) after being activated on 5/9...Left-handed hitters began the season 0-for-10 against him...Went back on the DL on 6/28 (strained left groin)...Was activated on 7/23 and made 1 appearance (0.1 IP, 3 ER) before being designated for assignment on 8/5...Traded to the Phillies on 8/7...Each of his first nine appearances with the Phillies was scoreless (8.2 IP)...Allowed runs in only 2 of his 19 appearances as a Phillie; averaged 11.3 SO/9.0 (18 SO, 14.1 IP)...Went 5-0, 2.38 ERA (6 ER, 22.2 IP) in 33 outings against NL clubs; 0-0, 18.00 ERA (6 ER, 3.0 IP) in 5 games vs the AL...Threw 35 total pitches in his 5 wins between CHI and the Phillies; threw only 12 in his 3 wins with the Phils...Earned his 5th win of the season, a new career high, 9/22 vs ATL (0.1 IP). 2007 Went 2-0, 0.81 ERA (2 ER, 22.1 IP) in 28 appearances after the All-Star break; went 0-1, 6.60 ERA (22 ER, 30.0 IP) in 27 appearances before the break...Allowed runs in only one of 28 second-half appearances; allowed runs in 12 of 27 appearances prior to the break...Finished the season with a 14.2-inning scoreless streak (19 G), 8/16 through the end of the season...Did not allow a run in 29 of his final 30 appearances of the season (0.74 ERA, .202 opposing avg)...Twice entered the game with the bases loaded and stranded all three baserunners: 4/17 vs SD & 9/9 at PIT...Made his 500th career appearance, 5/28 vs FLA...Appeared in Game 1 of the NLDS. 2006 Eyre appeared in 74 games, the third straight year he's reached that figure. He was unscored upon in 55 of his total appearances, and struck out at least one batter in 49 games. He stranded 33 of 42 inherited runners (78.6 percent). He picked up his only win Sept. 14 against the Dodgers after striking out two in 1 2/3 innings of relief. 2005 Scott had one of the best seasons of his career, going 2-2 with a career-best 2.63 ERA in 86 games for San Francisco ... led the majors and set a career mark in appearances ... his 86 appearances tied Ray King's major league mark for sixth most appearances in a season by a southpaw ... King worked in 86 games in 2004 ... set a franchise mark for most appearances by a southpaw in a season ... also set career marks in strikeouts (65), holds (32) and games finished (15) ... stranded 66 of his 78 inherited runners (84.6 percent), ranking fifth in the majors and second in the National League ... ranked 10th among NL relief pitchers in batting average against (.200) and held left-handed hitters to a .182 mark ... was unscored upon in 73 of his outings and in 24 of his final 27 games, posting a 1.69 ERA after August 10 ... recorded a 1.30 ERA in 44 road games, allowing just 5 earned runs in 34.2 innings ... allowed 4 earned runs on August 7 against Houston ... in his remaining 85 games, he recorded a 2.13 ERA ... worked a season-high 11.2-scoreless innings May 7-June 4 ... allowed just 3 hits and 5 walks while striking out 14 batters over the 14-game span ... earned his first win of the season on April 9 against Colorado, working a scoreless eighth inning in a 4-2 decision ... the Giants scored four runs in the bottom half of the frame to give Eyre the win ... the victory was his third straight (dating back to September 4, 2004), setting a career high. 2004 Established Giants single-season record for left-handed pitcher with career-high 83 fact, workload was tied for 10th-most outings by southpaw in Major League history, just 6 shy of Steve Kline's standard of 89 (set with STL in 2001)...previous Giants record was 77, set by Gary Lavelle in 1977...logged 64 scoreless efforts, posting 2-2 mark wit save and 4.10 ERA...held opposition to .219 avg. against (43-for-196), while left-handers barely reached Mendoza Line (.200, 20-for-100)...tied for 4th in NL for inherited runners while ranking 3rd in senior circuit by stranding 84.4% (54-of-64)...accrued heavy workload despite opening season on Disabled List with lower back strain...suffered injury in exhibition contest March 26 vs. Oakland, and was shelved for 1st 3 weeks of campaign...was recalled from rehab assignment at triple-A Fresno and activated from DL April 21...was unscored upon in 22 of 23 outings during brilliant stretch June 18-July 23, fashioning 0.87 ERA (1er, 10.1ip) with .162 avg. against (6-for-37)...did not allow earned run over final 16 appearances (beginning Sept. 2), going 2-0 while tossing 11.2 innings and stranding 8 of 9 inherited runners...yielded just .190 avg. against (8-for-42) with 1 extra-base hit, while striking out 14. 2003 Worked in career-high 74 games, 3rd-most outings by left-hander in Giants franchise history...only Giants southpaws to appear in more games in single season were Mark Davis (77 in 1985) and Gary Lavelle (77 in 1984)...was highly effective in those 74 outings, posting 59 scoreless efforts while fashioning career-low 3.32 ERA (21er, 57.0ip)...was most effective Giants reliever and 7th-best in NL at stranding inherited runners, leaving 78.0 pct. on base (39 of 50)...also tied for 6th in senior circuit with 20 holds...was stingiest against left-handed hitters, holding them to .219 avg. against (21-for-96) with only 1 HR...posted 1st NL save (3rd of career) April 5 in Milwaukee, retiring only batter faced (John Vander Wal) with 2 runners on in 9th to preserve 6-5 win...earned 1st SF victory Aug. 7 vs. Pittsburgh, working scoreless 7th in Giants' 7-5 triumph...added 2nd victory Sept. 6 vs. Arizona, retiring only 2 batters faced in top of 11th as SF logged 5-4 win...made 1 appearance in NLDS vs. Florida, retiring Juan Pierre on fielders choice in Game 3 to strand runner. 2002 Split season between Toronto and San Francisco, combining to go 2-4 with 1 save and 4.46 ERA (37er, 74.2ip) over 70 games (3 starts)...overall, held left-handed hitters to .233 batting avg. against (34-for-146) with 2 HRs...was awarded to SF on waiver claim from Toronto Aug. 8 and posted stellar 1.59 ERA (2er, 11.1ip) in 21 relief appearances while serving as left-handed specialist...with 1.59 ERA in brief time with SF, logged 1.39 mark (7er, 45.1ip) in his last 59 appearances overall...included was 19-outing stretch without allowing earned run (18.0ip) from May 14-June 20...posted 2-4 record with 4.97 ERA (35er, 63.1ip) for Blue Jays in 49 games (3 starts)...enjoyed success coming out of Toronto's bullpen, going 1-2 with 3.67 ERA (20er, 49.0ip) in 46 relief appearances while tying for 10th in AL with 12 holds at time of his acquisition...stranded 40-of-51 inherited runners (78.4%) with Toronto, including 5 times entering with bases loaded and escaping inning unscathed...worked out of Blue Jays' rotation in 3 of his 1st 4 outings, going 1-2 with 9.42 ERA (15er, 14.1ip) in 3 starting assignments...appeared in 10 of Giants' 17 post season contests, yielding just 1 unearned run over 6.0 innings...stranded all 3 inherited runners in playoffs, while retiring 6 of 10 1st batters faced. 2001 Split season between triple-A Syracuse and Toronto after being acquired from White Sox in exchange for RHP Gary Glover during off-season...opened campaign in Syracuse, appearing in 62 games and posting 4-6 mark with 3.18 ERA...contract was purchased by Toronto Aug. 20...earned hold in 1st Toronto appearance Aug. 21 in Minnesota (2.0ip)...earned 1st ML save Sept. 24 in Cleveland with scoreless inning and 2 strikeouts...had ERA of 1.74 in his 1st 10 games before allowing 4 earned runs in 0.1-inning on Sept. 27 at Tampa Bay...bounced back to post 2nd save Sept. 30 vs. Devil Rays...stranded 10 of his 13 inherited runners and was 12-for-17 in 1st-batter effciency...held opponents to .263 batting avg., including paltry .192 mark by left-handers. 2000 Split campaign between Chicago and triple-A Charlotte after making 2nd Opening Day roster with White Sox...appeared in 13 games (1 start) with Sox, going 1-1 with 6.63 ERA...lone win came in relief April 7 at Oakland...only start was April 19 vs. Seattle, had no-decision after allowing 2 runs on 5 hits over 3.2 innings...was optioned to Charlotte May 25...appeared in 47 games with Knights, posting 3-2 mark with 3.00 ERA and team-high 12 saves...suffered broken left hand when struck by line drive Aug. 31 at Norfolk, however still recorded out after throwing ball to 1st with his right hand. 1999 Made 21 relief appearances for White Sox before being sidelined with an impingement in left rotator cuff Aug. 30...returned in late Sept. but did not pitch...opened season at Charlotte, where he was 6-4 with 3.82 ERA in 12 games (11 starts)...was recalled from Charlotte June 20...pitched exclusively out of bullpen for 1st time in career. 1998 Spent 1st full season in majors, appearing in 33 games and making 17 starts...was 2-7 with 5.79 ERA (56er, 87.0ip) as starting pitcher and was 1-1 with 3.60 ERA (8er, 20.0ip) in relief...was just 1-7 with 5.42 ERA (50er, 83.0ip) before All-Star Break but improved to 2-1 with 5.25 mark (14er, 24.0ip) in 2nd Half...struck out career-high 7 in successive starts April 14 at Baltimore and April 19 at Toronto...earned victory April 25 vs. Blue Jays, but was winless until defeating Oakland Aug. 12...fired 5.0 hitless innings (1bb,4so) in start vs. A's, but was removed despite no-hitter after reaching pitch limit...from June 21-Aug. 21, went 1-0 with 3.32 ERA (8er, 21.2ip) over 13 outings...3rd victory of season and 1st career relief win came in 17-16, extra-inning contest at Detroit Sept. 14, when he blanked Tigers over final 2.0 frames. 1997 Split season between double-A Birmingham and White Sox...was 4-4 with 5.04 ERA in 11 starts with Chicago...named Southern League Pitcher of Year and selected by Baseball America as league's Most Outstanding Pitcher after going 13-5 with 3.84 ERA in 22 starts for Barons...tied for league lead in wins, ranked 2nd in strikeouts (127) and 3rd in ERA...named to both SL mid-season and post season All-Star teams...was Birmingham's recipient of Charles W. Lubin Award as club MVP...was recalled to Chicago July 31 and lost in his Major League debut Aug. 1 at Anaheim, allowing 6 earned runs in 4.1 innings...1st big league victory came Aug. 13 vs. Angels, as yielded 2 runs (1 earned) on 6 hits over 5.0 frames...combined with fellow rookie Keith Foulke on 4-hit shutout victory against Seattle Aug. 18 at Comiskey Park, allowing 3 hits over 5.0 innings. 1996 Tied for team lead with 27 starts and ranked 2nd with career-high 12 wins and 137 strikeouts at Birmingham...was selected Birmingham's Player of Month for August after going 4-1 with 2.15 ERA (9er, 37.2ip). 1995 Was limited by arm injury to 9 starts at rookie-level Sarasota...averaged 13.2 strikeouts per 9.0 innings (40so, 27.1ip) while allowing just 5.3 hits per 9.0 frames (16h). 1994 Spent first season in White Sox organization after being traded by Texas in exchange for IF Esteban Beltre March 28...made 19 appearances at single-A South Bend before his season ended due to an arm injury...had 111 strikeouts to rank 3rd on club. 1993 Led single-A Charleston (SC) in victories (11) and strikeouts (154) despite 2 stints on Disabled List. 1992 Topped single-A Butte in ERA (2.90), strikeouts (94), innings pitched (80.2) and starts (14)...his 94 strikeouts set Rangers rookie league record.