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Jimmy Haynes MLB Career Stats

W-L ERA IP SO WHIP
63-89 5.37 1200.2 762 1.63

Jimmy Haynes Bio

  • Full Name: Jimmy Wayne Haynes
  • Born: 9/5/1972 in LaGrange, GA
  • Draft: 1991, Baltimore Orioles, 7th rd. (186th overall)
  • High School: Troup County, LaGrange, GA
  • Debut: 9/13/1995
  • Last Game: 5/4/2004
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Year W L ERA G GS SV IP SO WHIP
MLB Career Stats 63 89 5.37 227 203 1 1200.2 762 1.63

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Jimmy Haynes Stats

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Jimmy Haynes Advanced Stats

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Awards

Jimmy Haynes Awards

Reds Johnny Vander Meer Award

Year Team League
2002 Cincinnati NL

Jimmy Haynes Leaderboards

Wins

Season W Rank
2000 12 17th in NL
2002 15 10th in NL

Winning Percentage

Season WPCT Rank
1998 .550 19th in AL
2002 .600 16th in NL

WHIP

Season WHIP Rank
1998 1.63 3rd in AL
2000 1.65 2nd in NL
2001 1.51 7th in NL
2002 1.48 3rd in NL

Batting Average Against

Season AVG Rank
1998 .298 5th in AL
2000 .295 5th in NL
2001 .279 11th in NL
2002 .278 8th in NL

Games Started

Season GS Rank
1998 33 7th in AL
2000 33 9th in NL
2002 34 4th in NL

Complete Games

Season CG Rank
2003 1 24th in NL

Shutouts

Season SHO Rank
1998 1 13th in AL

Innings Pitched

Season IP Rank
2000 199.1 21st in NL

Strikeouts per Nine Innings

Season K/9 Rank
1998 6.21 21st in AL

Bases on Balls

Season BB Rank
1998 88 6th in AL
1999 80 18th in AL
2000 100 5th in NL
2001 78 15th in NL
2002 81 11th in NL

Hits

Season H Rank
1998 229 9th in AL
2000 228 6th in NL
2002 210 11th in NL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
1998 25 19th in AL

Jimmy Wayne Haynes Bio Info

Graduated from Troup (GA) High School, where he played baseball and basketball...established the Troup career strikeout record...in 1989 played in the Dixie Youth World Series. 2003 Didn't pitch after 8/3 because of a bulging disc in his lower back...was on the disabled list twice with the injury (4/18-5/26, 8/4-end of season)...on 9/3 was transfered to the 60-day DL to make room on the roster for RHP Todd Van Poppel...lost his first 4 starts of the season (0-4, 12.74) before he went on the DL the first time...became the first Reds pitcher to lose his first 4 starts of a season since RHP Joey Jay lost his first 5 starts in 1963...from 5/8-5/22 made 3 minor league rehab starts before he pitched again for the Reds...in 14 starts from 5/27- 8/3 went 2-8, 4.81 with 1cg before he returned to the DL a second time...when disabled had become the first Reds pitcher to begin a season 2-12 since Ewell Blackwell in 1952...made 6 quality starts, all in a span of 9 starts from 6/ 3-7/12 (2-5, 3.45)...in his 18 starts the Reds went 4-14...made 2 starts on 3 days' rest, a 6-3 loss at Hou on 7/8 (5.2ip, 6h, 6r, 3er, 5bb, 6k, season-high 116pch) and a 5-1 victory at Mil on 7/12 (7ip, 4h, 1er, 1bb, 1k, 87pch)...in his career has made 6 starts on short rest (2-3, 3.34, 35ip, 13er), including 1-1, 2.84 in the 2 starts in 2003...lost his first 5 decisions over 7 starts before his first victory, a complete-game 3-hitter in a 15-1 win vs the Phillies...allowed only a single by David Bell in the second inning, a homer by pinch-hitter Jason Michaels in the eighth and a double by Jim Thome in the ninth...the game was interrupted in the sixth inning by bench-clearing incident that began after Carlos Silva threw behind Adam Dunn...Silva, Dunn, Sean Casey, Jose Mesa and Phillies manager Bowa were ejected...was his only complete game of the season and the second of his career...in his first career Opening Day start suffered the 10-1 loss vs Pit in the first regular-season game at new Great American Ball Park...in that start allowed 3 homers, all in the second inning (Sanders 2-run, Lofton 3-run, Kendall solo)...on 4/5 vs Chi, in his second start of the season, left after 4.0 innings with lower back spasms...didn't pitch again until 4/12, then made 2 more starts before he went to the DL for the first time...was disabled following a 16-3 loss at Chi on 4/17 in which he allowed a career-high 10 runs...made his shortest start of the season in a 9-8 loss on 7/19 vs Hou (1.1ip) in which he allowed 4 hits and 5 runs in the first inning, including consecutive HR to Lance Berkman (3-run), Richard Hidalgo and Morgan Ensberg...in the 7-3 loss vs SF on 8/3 left in the third inning with stiffness in his back...the next day went on the disabled list with a bulging disc and didn't pitch again the rest of the season...following his complete game on 6/13 vs Phi, Complete Pet Mart donated $1,025 to S.P.C.A. Cincinnati and another $650 to Major League Baseball's RBI program (Reviving Baseball in the Inner City).

Career highlights: In 2002 won the Johnny Vander Meer Award as the Reds' Most Outstanding Pitcher...in 1995 twice was named International League Pitcher of the Week...in 1994 received the Palmer Prize as the Orioles' top minor league pitcher...also in 1994 was an Eastern League All-Star, a Double-A All-Star Game participant and the Orioles' Minor League Pitcher of the Month for April and August...in 1993 was a Carolina League All-Star...in 1992 was the Orioles' Minor League Pitcher of the Month for August. 2002 In his first season in the organization led the pitching staff in wins (15), starts (34), innings pitched (196.2) and strikeouts (126)...his 34 starts were a career high and the most by a Reds pitcher since RHP Brett Tomko made 34 starts in 1998...his 15 victories were a career high and the most by a Reds pitcher since RHP Pete Harnisch went 16-10 in 1999...in his last 25 starts of the season went 12-5, 3.74, including a career-high 5-game winning streak from 6/26-8/3...in a 4-start stretch from 5/25-6/11 went 4-0, 2.73...prior to that streak never had won more than 2 consecutive starts...his 16.0-inning scoreless streak from 9/13-9/29 was the second-longest by a Reds pitcher all season (Dessens, 17.0ip, 7/11-7/26)...finished the first half with a 10-6 record to become the first Reds pitcher to earn 10 victories prior to the All-Star break since LHP Tom Browning went 10-5 in 1991 and the first righthander to do it since Jack Armstrong went 11-3 in 1990...made 17 quality starts...entered his last start with a season-low ERA of 3.99 but in the season finale, on 9/29 at Mtl, allowed 5er in 5ip to raise ERA to season-ending 4.12...in his 34 starts the Reds went 18-16 scored 136 runs (4 r/g)...3 times was the victim of blown saves...tied for the staff lead with 2 pickoffs...in the first inning on 5/4 at SF allowed a solo HR to Bonds, his 576th career homer and 400th as a Giant...on 8/29 vs StL, in his longest start of the season threw 8.0 shutout innings in the 7-0 victory (7k)...as a hitter led the pitching staff with 5 runs scored, 10 hits, 12 total bases and 6rbi and led all Reds batters with 10 sac bunts...had 3 multi-hit games, most on the staff...had 2 hits on 6/6 vs StL...on 7/1 vs Hou had a career-high 3 hits, the first Reds pitcher with 3 hits in a game since Ron Villone on 9/29/00 at StL...on 8/29 vs StL had 2 hits and a career-high 3rbi, the first Reds pitcher with 3rbi in a game since Mike Remlinger on 8/15/97 at LA...on 8/1 vs LA pinch hit and flew to CF as the first Reds pitcher to pinch hit since Dennys Reyes on 8/2/01 vs StL...was 1 of 3 non-roster pitchers to make the Opening Day roster (Joey Hamilton, Jose Rijo). 2001 For the Brewers went 8-17, 4.85 in 29 starts and 2 relief apps...from 8/24-9/25 was on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left oblique muscle...established Brewers National League records for losses (17) and consecutive scoreless innings pitched (23.1)...along with Pit's Jimmy Anderson ranked T2nd in the NL in losses (SD's Bobby Jones, 19)...tied the Brewers National League record for decisions with 25...suffered his 17th loss in his final start, on 10/4 at StL...threw at least 6.0 innings in 20 of his 29 starts...pitched at least 7.0 innings in 10 starts...made his relief apps on 9/27 at Ari and 9/29 at Col.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: The last 4 seasons averaged 30 starts and 177ip...in 1995 twice was named International League Pitcher of the Week...in 1994 received the Palmer Prize as the Orioles' top minor league pitcher...also in 1994 was an Eastern League All-Star, a Double-A All-Star Game participant and the Orioles' Minor League Pitcher of the Month for April and August...in 1993 was a Carolina League All-Star...in 1992 was the Orioles' Minor League Pitcher of the Month for August. 2000 Established Brewers NL records for innings pitched (199.1), runs allowed (128), earned runs allowed (118) and walks (100)...tied franchise NL marks with 12 victories and 33 starts...among National League pitching leaders ranked sixth in hits allowed (228), fifth in walks and T5th in runs allowed...with a career-high 13 losses ranked T8th in the NL...induced 29 double plays, third-most in the league...14 times in 33 starts allowed at least 3 runs in an inning...posted his career-high 12th victory 9/14 at Cin...suffered his 13th loss in his final start, on 9/30 at Hou. 1999 For the Athletics went 7-12, 6.34 in 25 starts and 5 relief apps...led the club in losses and for the second consecutive season led the staff in walks allowed (80)...finished the season with a 5-game losing streak...began the season 1-4, 5.34 to become the first A's pitcher to lose 4 games in April since Lary Sorensen went 1-4 in April of 1984...on 5/8 at WSox threw 1.1 innings in his shortest career start...his relief appearance on 6/5 at SF snapped a string of 57 consecutive starts. 1998 Spent the entire season in Oak's starting rotation...established career highs with 33 starts and 134 strikeouts...led the staff with 229 hits allowed, which ranked ninth in the American league, and 88 walks allowed, which ranked T6th in the AL...also ranked among AL pitching leaders in doubles allowed (53, 2nd), wild pitches (6, T6th), runs allowed (124, T9th) and pickoffs (4, T10th)...in the 14-0 victory on 5/18 at WSox threw a 6-hitter for his first career complete game and shutout...as a batter on 6/25 vs SF drew the first walk by an Athletics pitcher since Ken Holtzman on 9/24/73 vs Min. 1997 Began the season with the Orioles' Class AAA affiliate in Rochester before he was traded to Oak on 6/27...at the time of the trade led the International League with 113 strikeouts...made 5 starts at Class AAA Edmonton before he was promoted to the Athletics on 7/27...finished the season in Oak's starting rotation...his 4.42era was the lowest among all Athletics starters. 1996 Spent most of the season with the Orioles and went 3-6, 8.29 in 11 starts and 15 relief apps...also made 5 starts at Class AAA Rochester...began the season in the Orioles' starting rotation and lost his first 3 starts...earned in first victory on 4/29 vs Tex, in relief...in the 12-8 victory on 5/28 at Sea earned his first Major League save...was optioned to Rochester on 7/31 and returned to Bal on 8/28...that night against the Mariners allowed 5 runs on 7 hits in 3.1ip and was optioned to Class AA Bowie...returned to the Orioles on 9/3...made 2 relief apps for the Orioles before he was sent to the instructional league. 1995 At Class AAA Rochester led the International League with 140 strikeouts and tied for the IL lead with 12 victories...ranked fifth in the IL with a 3.29era and 167ip...twice was named IL Pitcher of the Week, from 4/23-4/29 (1-0, 0.75, 2gs) and from 8/28-9/3 (2-0, 0.00, 2gs)...was promoted to Bal following the International League playoffs...made his Major League debut on 9/13 vs Bos and suffered the 2-0 loss (7ip, 3h, 1r)...earned his first ML victory in his second start, on 9/18 at Det...his 11 strikeouts in that game remains his career high.