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Dan Miceli MLB Career Stats

631 43-52 4.48 700.2 632 1.42

Dan Miceli Bio

  • Full Name: Daniel Miceli
  • Born: 9/9/1970 in Newark, NJ
  • High School: Dr. Phillips, Orlando, FL
  • Debut: 9/9/1993
  • Last Game: 9/29/2006
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MLB Career Stats 43 52 4.48 631 9 39 700.2 632 1.42


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Dan Miceli Stats

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Dan Miceli Leaderboards


Season SV Rank
1995 21 12th in NL
2006 4 25th in AL


Season G Rank
1995 58 23rd in NL
1997 71 11th in AL
1998 67 21st in NL
2004 74 19th in NL


Season HLD Rank
2000 11 24th in NL
2004 24 10th in NL

Daniel Miceli Bio Info

He and his wife, Lisa, make their offseason home in Winter Springs, Fla., with their daughter, Danielle...graduate of Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Fla. 2006 Veteran righthander pitched in 33 games, despite spending half the season on the disabled list...was shelved May 5 with a right shoulder impingement and missed 83 games...Has pitched for nine different clubs in his 16-year career...Rays marked his 8th different Opening Day franchise...Opened the year as the Rays' closer...was 3rd in the league with 11 games finished when he was shut down...His ERA stood at 6.39 at the time of the injury (14-G, 12.2-IP, 9-ER, 4-HR)...reinstated from the DL Aug. 7 and pitched to a 2.33 ERA over the season's final seven weeks (19-G, 19.1-IP, 5-ER, 0-HR)...Held opponents to just a .217 avg. (25-115), including a stingy .121 mark in September (4-33)...lefties batted just .130 (7-54)...for his career, he has held right-handed hitters to a .234 average...Converted 4 of his 7 save opportunities...most saves since a career-high 21 for Pittsburgh in 1995 - the only other time he has posted more than 3 saves in a season...owns 38 career saves...notched his first save as a Ray Apr 7 and first since 2004 for Houston...was his first AL save since 2003 for the Yankees...He allowed three of his four home runs in his first five appearances...fourth HR was a grand slam by NYY's Johnny Damon on May 4 at home, his last outing before heading to the DL...was his first slam surrendered in 8 years (since 1998)...Earned his first win as a Ray Sep 9 vs. Oakland despite allowing 2 runs and getting charged with a blown save...Had much more success on the road (2.20 ERA, .155 opp avg.) than at Tropicana Field (5.74 ERA, .281)...Tossed a season high 2.0 innings May 2 vs. TEX (3-H, 1-R/ER)...Allowed only 5-of-22 inherited runners to score (22.7%)...only Jon Switzer (21.4) was better among Rays relievers...First batters were just 5-for-26 (.192)...Participated in the inaugural World Baseball Classic with Italy. 2005 Signed in January to play with the Yomiuri Giants of the Japanese Central League...was expected to be their closer but was released on April 19, 2 1/2 weeks into the season after pitching in four games, two of those blown saves...Signed with the Colorado Rockies to a minor league deal on May 21 and assigned to AAA Colorado Springs...made 5 appearances for the Sky Sox before the Rockies purchased his contract on June 21...Pitched in 19 games for the Rox before his season was cut short after a batted ball struck his left foot on Aug. 4 at San Francisco (hit by Michael Tucker) and he subsequently spent the remainder of the season on the disabled list...was initially diagnosed with a deep bone bruise in his left foot...after an MRI did not produce a definitive reading, he underwent a bone scan which revealed multiple stress fractures...he was then ordered to stay off the foot for four months...In that final game at San Francisco he allowed 5 hits and 5 runs in 0.1 as his ERA soared from 3.50 to 5.89...worked mostly in the 8th inning for Colorado...For his career, he has held right-handed hitters to a .232 average. 2004 Made a career-high 74 appearances in 2004 with Houston...ranked tied for 13th in the National League in relief strikeouts with 83...Was on Disabled List with conjunctivitis from Aug. 22-Sept. 8...activated on Sept. 9 and tossed one scoreless inning with two strikeouts in game two of a doubleheader vs. Pittsburgh...Earned his first save of the year on July 3 vs. Texas with 1.1 scoreless innings...was his first save since June 27, 2003 vs. the New York Mets...Allowed a season-high five runs on May 29 vs. St. Louis, his most allowed since Aug. 16, 2000 vs. Los Angeles...tagged with his first blown save. 2003 Became the first pitcher in Major League history to pitch for teams in four different divisions in one season: Rockies, Indians, Yankees and Astros...Went a combined 3-2 with a save and a 3.20 ERA in 57 appearances (70.1-IP, 59-H, 25-ER)...Began the season with the Rockies...released on May 11...joined the Indians on May 15... acquired by the Yankees on June 25...released on July 25...acquired by Astros on July 29. 2002 Opened the season in the Texas Rangers bullpen...pitched in nine games, 8.1 innings of work and compiled a 8.64 ERA...was released by Texas May 6 and didn't sign with another club until agreeing to terms with the Rockies Dec. 19. 2001 Spent time with both Florida and Colorado in 2001, compiling a 4.80 ERA (24ER/45.0IP) and 2-5 record...reported to Triple-A Colorado Springs and pitched in four games before having his contract purchased July 8...made his Rockies debut that day, pitching a scoreless seventh...went on to post a 2.21 ERA (5ER/20.1IP) in 22 games for Colorado, the team's lowest second-half ERA...did not allow an earned run in August (eight games) or September (four games), a total of 11.1 innings...released by the Marlins June 27 and signed by the Rockies July 2...with Florida, appeared in 29 games and allowed 19 earned runs in 24.2 innings of work. 2000 Tied for 9th in N.L. in relief wins (6) in 1st season with Marlins...Allowed just one of 14 inherited runners to score and held righthanders to .216 average...Posted 1.59 era (2 er/11.1 ip) in his 1st 11 outings with 7 straight scorless appearances (8 ip), April 10-23...Earned wins in consecutive games, July 29 vs. Arizona and Aug. 2 vs. Houston...Was on disabled list from May 30-July 19 with inflamed right forearm. 1999 Topped San Diego in appearances (66) and was 2nd in relief strikeouts (59) and games finished (28)...Was 4-2, 3.46 in season's 1st 38 appearances...Was 2-4 in save tries. 1998 Led the majors in relief wins (10), one shy of Padres club record...Tied for 5th in N.L. in holds (20) and led staff in appearances (67)...Worked 10 straight scoreless appearances (11 ip), June 2-26, and tossed a club season best 20.1 consecutive scoreless frames over 20 games from July 12-Aug. 28...Issued just one homer in final 44 games (44.2 ip)...Was 1-1, 3.18 in 8 post-season appearances, losing game 2 and winning game 3 of Division series vs. Houston. 1997 Established career bests for appearances (71) and strikeouts (79) for Detroit in 1997...Earned 1st A.L. save on April 21 at Texas and 1st victory on June 27 in Boston...Had a 3.00 era in final 28 contests. 1996 Pitched career high 85.2 innings in 1996 with Pittsburgh...Had 7.84 era in 1st 11 games when optioned to Carolina on May 6...Was recalled for rest of year on May 16...Made 1st pro start after 306 relief appearances, July 7 vs. St. Louis and was 1-5, 6.86 in 9 overall starts with lone win on July 25 vs. Philadelphia...Had career high 9 strikeouts, July 20 against Cincinnati. 1995 Led Pittsburgh in saves (21) in 1st full big league season in 1995...Tied for 5th in N.L. in games finished (51)...Had a 1.42 era and 7 saves in season's 1st 14 outings. 1994 Pitched in 28 games in 3 different stints with the Pirates in 1994...Was with Pittsburgh from April 22-May 25 and May 29-June 16 before joining club on July 11 for rest of year...Earned 1st major league win on July 19 vs. Atlanta and 1st victory on July 25 against Chicago.