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Jamie Moyer MLB Career Stats

269-209 4.25 4074.0 2441 1.32

Jamie Moyer Bio

  • Full Name: Jamie Moyer
  • Born: 11/18/1962 in Sellersville, PA
  • Draft: 1984, Chicago Cubs, 6th rd. (135th overall)
  • College: St. Joseph's, PA
  • Debut: June 16, 1986
  • Ret., Final Game: 5/27/2012
  • Relationship(s): father of Dillon Moyer, father of Hutton Moyer
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MLB Career Stats 269 209 4.25 696 638 0 4074.0 2441 1.32


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Jamie Moyer Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2008 Philadelphia NL

AL All-Star

Year Team League
2003 Seattle AL

Roberto Clemente Award

Year Team League
2003 Seattle AL

The Hutch Award

Year Team League
2003 Seattle AL

Lou Gehrig Award

Year Team League
2003 Seattle AL

Mariners MVP

Year Team League
1998 Seattle AL
1999 Seattle AL
2001 Seattle AL
2003 Seattle AL

Phillies Special Achievement Award

Year Team League
2008 Philadelphia NL
2009 Philadelphia NL

Jamie Moyer Leaderboards

Earned Run Average

Season ERA Rank
1997 3.86 13th in AL
1998 3.53 7th in AL
1999 3.87 6th in AL
2001 3.43 6th in AL
2002 3.32 9th in AL
2003 3.27 6th in AL
2008 3.71 17th in NL


Season W Rank
1987 12 14th in NL
1993 12 22nd in AL
1996 13 16th in AL
1997 17 5th in AL
1998 15 11th in AL
1999 14 13th in AL
2000 13 16th in AL
2001 20 2nd in AL
2002 13 19th in AL
2003 21 2nd in AL
2005 13 21st in AL
2007 14 12th in NL
2008 16 7th in NL
2009 12 20th in NL


Season SO Rank
1987 147 10th in NL
1998 158 14th in AL
1999 137 14th in AL
2002 147 11th in AL
2003 129 22nd in AL
2004 125 23rd in AL


Season WHIP Rank
1994 1.32 15th in AL
1997 1.22 6th in AL
1998 1.18 5th in AL
1999 1.24 3rd in AL
2001 1.10 3rd in AL
2002 1.08 4th in AL
2003 1.23 13th in AL
2004 1.39 23rd in AL
2008 1.33 24th in NL

Batting Average Against

Season AVG Rank
1997 .256 12th in AL
1998 .256 13th in AL
1999 .267 12th in AL
2001 .239 9th in AL
2002 .230 5th in AL
2003 .246 9th in AL
2004 .272 24th in AL

Games Started

Season GS Rank
1987 33 14th in NL
1994 23 25th in AL
1998 34 2nd in AL
1999 32 17th in AL
2001 33 12th in AL
2002 34 2nd in AL
2003 33 8th in AL
2004 33 8th in AL
2005 32 18th in AL
2007 33 13th in NL
2008 33 9th in NL

Complete Games

Season CG Rank
1993 3 21st in AL
1997 2 19th in AL
1998 4 12th in AL
1999 4 6th in AL
2001 1 24th in AL
2002 4 4th in AL
2004 1 20th in AL
2006 2 6th in AL
2007 1 11th in NL
2010 2 6th in NL


Season SHO Rank
1986 1 15th in NL
1988 1 23rd in NL
1993 1 10th in AL
1998 3 2nd in AL
2002 2 2nd in AL
2006 1 5th in AL
2010 1 8th in NL

Innings Pitched

Season IP Rank
1987 201.0 16th in NL
1988 202.0 25th in NL
1998 234.1 4th in AL
1999 228.0 3rd in AL
2001 209.2 18th in AL
2002 230.2 4th in AL
2003 215.0 8th in AL
2004 202.0 18th in AL
2005 200.0 23rd in AL
2007 199.1 20th in NL
2008 196.1 22nd in NL

Strikeouts per Nine Innings

Season K/9 Rank
1988 5.39 19th in NL
1994 5.26 18th in AL
1997 5.39 14th in AL
1998 6.07 17th in AL
1999 5.41 13th in AL
2001 5.11 9th in AL
2002 5.74 14th in AL
2003 5.40 17th in AL
2004 5.57 18th in AL
2005 4.59 10th in AL
2007 6.01 17th in NL
2008 5.64 11th in NL
2009 5.22 10th in NL

Strikeout/Walk Ratio

Season K/BB Rank
1987 1.52 12th in NL
1988 2.20 21st in NL
2003 1.95 14th in AL
2004 1.98 20th in AL
2005 1.96 16th in AL
2007 2.02 20th in NL
2008 1.98 15th in NL
2009 2.19 22nd in NL

Bases on Balls

Season BB Rank
1987 97 3rd in NL
2003 66 13th in AL
2004 63 25th in AL
2007 66 24th in NL


Season H Rank
1987 210 11th in NL
1988 212 9th in NL
1994 158 19th in AL
1998 234 7th in AL
1999 235 8th in AL
2002 198 17th in AL
2003 199 22nd in AL
2004 217 16th in AL
2005 225 8th in AL
2007 222 8th in NL
2008 199 17th in NL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
1987 28 4th in NL
1988 20 7th in NL
1994 23 10th in AL
1998 23 24th in AL
2001 24 17th in AL
2002 28 9th in AL
2004 44 1st in AL
2005 23 20th in AL
2006 25 18th in AL
2007 30 4th in NL
2009 27 5th in NL
2010 20 21st in NL

Jamie Moyer Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
July 5, 2012 LHP Jamie Moyer roster status changed by Las Vegas 51s.
June 28, 2012 LHP Jamie Moyer assigned to Las Vegas 51s.
June 27, 2012 Toronto Blue Jays signed free agent LHP Jamie Moyer to a minor league contract.
June 23, 2012 Norfolk Tides released LHP Jamie Moyer.
June 9, 2012 Baltimore Orioles signed free agent LHP Jamie Moyer to a minor league contract.
June 9, 2012 LHP Jamie Moyer assigned to Norfolk Tides.
June 1, 2012 Colorado Rockies released LHP Jamie Moyer.
May 30, 2012 Colorado Rockies designated LHP Jamie Moyer for assignment.
April 4, 2012 Colorado Rockies selected the contract of Jamie Moyer from Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
April 4, 2012 Colorado Rockies activated LHP Jamie Moyer.
January 18, 2012 Colorado Rockies signed free agent LHP Jamie Moyer to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
January 18, 2012 Jamie Moyer assigned to Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
October 28, 2010 LHP Jamie Moyer elected free agency.
September 6, 2010 Philadelphia Phillies transferred LHP Jamie Moyer from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
July 26, 2010 Philadelphia Phillies placed LHP Jamie Moyer on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to July 21, 2010. Sprained left elbow.
July 24, 2010 Jamie Moyer assigned to Philadelphia Phillies.
July 21, 2010 Jamie Moyer roster status changed by Philadelphia Phillies.
July 21, 2010 Jamie Moyer roster status changed by Philadelphia Phillies.
November 9, 2009 Philadelphia Phillies activated LHP Jamie Moyer.
October 6, 2009 Philadelphia Phillies reassigned LHP Jamie Moyer to the minor leagues.

Jamie Moyer Bio Info

Jamie Moyer...married, wife's name is Karen; has seven children: sons Dillon James (7/18/91), Hutton Scott (4/30/93) and McCabe Joseph (7/28/03) and daughters Timoney Jennifer (7/3/95), Duffy Margaret Joan (9/28/97), Grady Adele (7/16/04), Katilina Rose (4/18/06) and Yenifer (8/24/06)...his son Dillon was drafted in the 22nd round of the 2010 Draft by Minnesota but decided to attend the University of California-Irvine where he plays baseball currently...1981 graduate of Souderton Area High School (PA), where he played baseball, basketball and golf...attended St. Joseph's University (PA), setting records in wins (16), ERA (1.99) and SO (90) in 1984...had his jersey (#10) retired in November 1997; was one of three inductees into the first class of the St. Joseph's Baseball Hall of Fame and the first-ever retired number...completed his college degree from Indiana University in 1996...toured with the MLB All-Star team in Japan in November 1998...charitable endeavors include: founded the Moyer Foundation with wife Karen benefiting children's charities; member of the Garth Brooks Touch 'em All Foundation; host of the Jamie Moyer Bowling Tournament for charity...is also an active supporter of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Life Center Northwest, Refuse to Abuse, Hospice and Mariners Care...was the 2003 Roberto Clemente Award winner for Major League Baseball as the player who best exemplifies the game of baseball, sportsmanship, community involvement and the individual's contribution to his team...was the recipient of the Hutch Award, which goes to the Major League player who best exemplifies the character, fighting spirit and competitive desire of Fred Hutchinson...voted Mariners Pitcher of the Year by the Seattle chapter of the BBWAA in 1998, 1999, 2001 (with Freddy Garcia) and 2003...named to The Sporting News AL All-Star team in 1999...winner of the 2004 Branch Rickey Award for exceptional community service...winner of the 2004 Lou Gehrig Award as the Major Leaguer who best exemplifies the giving character of Hall of Famer Lou Gehrig...was awarded (with his wife Karen) the 2004 Family Exemplar Award by the Notre Dame Alumni for positive impact in the community...named No. 1 MLB Good Guy in 2004 by The Sporting News...2007 winner of the Phillies Community Service Award...2008 and 2009 recipient of the Dallas Green Special Achievement Award, as voted by the Philadelphia chapter of the BBWAA...signed by Cubs scout Billy Blitzer. 2011 Spent the entire 2011 season out of baseball as a free agent following the 2010 season...during the season, while recovering from a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his elbow, Moyer worked as an analyst for ESPN. 2010 At 47, was the oldest player in MLB in 2010...became the oldest pitcher in MLB history to throw a shutout, 5/7 vs ATL (47 years and 170 days)...earned his 267th career win, 6/27 at TOR, moving him into 35th place on MLB's all-time list...became the 40th pitcher in MLB history to throw at least 4,000 innings, 6/27 at TOR...set a Major League record by allowing the 506th HR of his career, 6/27 at TOR (Vernon Wells)...his loss on 5/30 was the 200th of his career, making him the 45th pitcher in MLB history with 200 or more losses...left his start, 7/20 at STL, after 1.0 inning with a left elbow strain...was placed on the 15-day DL, 7/21; transferred to the 60-day DL, 9/5...had a 2.56 ERA in 105.1 of his 111.2 ip this season (30 ER); allowed 30 ER in the other 6.1 innings (44.26 ERA)...went 5-3, 3.77 ERA (24 ER, 57.1 IP) in 8 home starts...held lefties to a .194 AVG (14-for-72)...pitched 6.0 or more innings in 14 of his 19 starts. 2009 Finished the season with 258 wins to rank 40th on the all-time MLB list (10th among LHP)...Posted double-digits in wins for the 5th straight year, 15th time in his career and 13th year out of his last 14 (2004: 7 wins)...Began the season in the starting rotation and tied for the team lead in wins (12)...Pitched at least 6.0 innings in 7 consecutive starts, 5/20-6/23...Went 11-9, 5.47 ERA through 22 starts before being moved to the bullpen...Made his 600th career start, 7/4 vs NYM (W, 6.1 IP, 5 H, R, ER, BB, SO)...Went 21.0 consecutive innings without issuing a walk, 5/25-6/17...Earned his 250th career win, 5/31 vs WSH (6.0 IP, 3 H, R, ER, 4 SO); became the 44th pitcher (11th LHP) in MLB history to get 250 wins...Pitched 6.0 scoreless innings (2 H, 5 SO) and earned the win in his 1st relief appearance since 2004, 8/18 vs ARI; also had his 6th career multi-hit game (2-3)...Made 3 September starts, 9/7-22, two in place of J.A. Happ (strained oblique)...Pitched 1.1 scoreless innings of relief in what would be his final appearance of the season, 9/29 vs HOU; left the game with a left groin strain...Had surgery to repair tears in groin area, 10/2 (Dr. William Meyers)...Went 10-10, 5.34 ERA in 25 starts and 2-0, 1.93 ERA (4 ER, 18.2 IP) in 5 relief appearances...Has more wins (42) over the last 3 seasons (2007-09) than any other Phillies pitcher 2008 For the 2nd straight season, started and earned the win in the Phillies' NL East Division Championship-clinching game (6.0 IP, 6 H, R, ER, BB, SO)...At age 45, was the oldest player in MLB in 2008 and became the 2nd-oldest pitcher ever to win 16 games in a season (Phil Niekro went 16-12 for NYY in 1985 at age 46)...Became the 4th pitcher in the modern era to win 10 games in a season that he began at 45 years old, joining Phil Niekro (1984-86), Satchel Paige (1952) and Jack Quinn (1929)...His 16 wins were tied for 7th-most in the NL and his most since 2003, when he won a career-high 21...Earned a career-high 10 wins on the road (T-2nd in NL) and had the 3rd-lowest road ERA (2.92) among NL pitchers...Led the team in wins (16) and pickoffs (4), tied for the lead in starts (33) and finished 2nd in innings (196.1) and quality starts (19); also led the team with a careerhigh 12 sacrifices...Finished the season with 246 career wins which is tied for 47th on MLB's all-time list...Had his 8th straight season with at least 30 starts; one of 6 active pitchers to have such a streak (see chart)...Allowed 3 runs or less in 14 consecutive starts (5-4, 2.66 ERA), 6/6-8/21, becoming the first Phillie to do so since Chris Short did it in 23 straight starts in 1967...Became the fourth 45-year-old or older pitcher since 1900 to have 2 hits in a game, 5/5 at ARI; others: Jack Quinn (3 times), Satchel Paige (3 times) and Charlie Hough (once)...Earned his 1st career win over COL, 5/26, to become the 6th pitcher in ML history to have beaten 30 teams; others: Kevin Brown, Al Leiter, Terry Mulholland, Curt Schilling and Woody Williams...Pitched at least 6.0 innings in 21 of his 33 starts; went 14-2, 2.48 ERA in those games...Pitched in his 46th different major league park, 5/21 at Nationals Park; trails only Rudy Seanez (47) among active pitchers in most ballparks pitched in...Became the oldest pitcher to start an LCS game (45 years, 329 days) and the 2nd-oldest to start a World Series game (45 years, 342 days); the oldest was Jack Quinn (46 years, 99 days). 2007 Made at least 30 starts for the 7th straight season and missed 200.0 innings by 0.2 IP... His 14 wins were his most since 2003 (21); 6th time in his career he won 14 games in a season... Led the team in starts (33), innings (199.1) and quality starts (18) and was 2nd in wins (14)... Had a 4.19 ERA (87 ER, 186.2 IP) in 30 of his 33 starts; 17.05 ERA (24 ER, 12.2 IP) in his other 3... Went 4-2, 3.00 ERA (16 ER, 48.0 IP) in his first 7 starts... Pitched at least 6.0 innings in his first 8 starts of the season and in 22 of his 33 starts;went 12-4, 3.14 ERA when he pitched 6.0 innings... Singled, 4/19 at WSH, to become the oldest Phillie to ever get a hit... Pitched a 7.0-inning rain-shortened CG, 7/27 vs PIT (W, 7.0 IP, 1 R, 0 ER, 4 SO)... Allowed one unearned run in 5.1 innings in the Phillies' Division-clinching game, 9/30 vs WSH... Phillies went 10-5 in his 15 home starts... Went 9-3, 3.51 ERA in 15 starts vs the NL East... Opposed a starter over the age of 40 eight times this season (Tom Glavine 3x,Randy Johnson 2x,Woody Williams,David Wells and Greg Maddux)... Was part of the "oldest lefthanded pitching match-up in MLB history" 5 times this season; 1st came against Glavine, 4/12 at NYM... Moyer outdid that on 5/9 at ARI vs Johnson and then again on 5/30 vs Johnson... Moyer's 1st match-up against Glavine this season was the oldest combined age between any 2 starters since NYY's Tommy John and CWS' Jerry Reuss opposed each other in 1988. 2006 Reached 30 starts and 200.0 innings for the 6th straight season...Began the season with SEA...Pitched at least 6.0 innings in 10 consecutive starts, 4/14-6/2...Went 3-2, 2.05 ERA (10 ER, 44.0 IP) in 6 June starts...SEA averaged 3.52 runs in his starts, 2nd-lowest in the AL, and did not score a run while he was in the game in 9 of his 25 starts...Traded to the Phillies on 8/19...Earned the win in his 1st start, 8/22 at CHI (6.0 IP, 6 H, 3 ER, 1 BB, 4 SO)...At 43 years old, he became the 2nd-oldest player to pitch for the Phillies - Kaiser Wilhelm came out of retirement in 1921 at the age of 47...With his win in his Phillies debut, he became the oldest Phillies pitcher to earn a win in club history (Wilhelm pitched 4 games in relief and had no decisions)...Before Moyer, Jerry Koosman was the oldest at 42 in 1985...Pitched at least 6.0 innings in each of his first 7 starts with the Phillies...Did not walk a batter in 3 consecutive starts (21.0 IP), 9/8-19...The Phillies went 6-2 in his 8 starts. 2005 Made second consecutive and third career Opening Day start, beating the Twins, 5-1, on April 4...the oldest Opening Day starter since the Marlins' Charlie Hough in 1994...Only Major League pitcher in 2005 with a 10-0 record at home...2.95 home ERA was fifth in AL...Mariners were 15-2 in his 17 starts in Safeco...Is now 51-26 (.662) in 107 career games in Safeco Field...Won 10 games in Seattle for the fourth time in his career (1997, 2001, 2003)...Seattle pitchers have won 10 or more games at home eight times (Moyer, 4; Randy Johnson, 2; Freddy Garcia, 1; Mark Langston, 1; Joel Piñeiro, 1)...Led the team in both wins (13) and ERA (4.28)...Has pitched 200.0 or more innings the past five seasons, seven times in the past eight campaigns and nine times overall...Became the oldest American League pitcher to reach double-digits in wins since Nolan Ryan (12 wins at age 44 in 1991)...joined Tommy John (13-6 for the 1987 Yankees) and Warren Spahn (23-7 for the 1963 Braves) as the only left-handed pitchers since 1900 to win 10 or more games in a season at age 42 or older...In 12 day starts was 7-0 compared to a 6-7 record in 20 games at night...Seattle was 20-12 in 32 starts...Won in Anaheim on July 8 for the 200th win of his Major League career...is the 25th left- hander since 1900 to win 200 games...Warren Spahn leads all lefties in Major League history (since 1900) with 363 wins; Moyer is in 23rd place with 205 wins...Is fourth among active left-handed pitchers with 205 wins; eighth overall on active list...Improved to 14-7 during Interleague play, posting a 1-1 record against the NL in 2005... his 2.63 Interleague ERA is fourth among pitchers with 100 or more innings...Pitched the 28th complete game of his ML career, but lost 3-1 in Baltimore on May 25...According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the combination of Moyer and Pat Borders on May 25 at Baltimore marked the first time in Major League history that a pair of 42-or-older players formed a starting battery...going back to 1960, Retrosheet found that Borders and Moyer was the third oldest starting battery, trailing Cleveland's Phil Niekro (48)/Rick Dempsey (37) on July 20, 1987 and Kansas City's Satchel Paige (59)/Bill Bryan (26) on Sept. 25, 1965. 2004 Led the Majors with 44 home runs allowed, a new club record and fifth-most all-time...was third in the AL in earned runs allowed and fifth in runs allowed...was 6-2 over first 14 starts, incl. five-game win streak May 20-June 18, before a career-high 10-game losing streak...lost 9-7 in relief June 24 at Texas on a homer in the 18th inning; was first relief appearance since June 27, 1996...lost 4-3 in a complete game July 11 at Chicago, his first CG since Sept. 22, 2003 at ANA...lost 10-consecutive decisions from June 24- Sept. 16, becoming third Mariner ever to lose 10 straight games in one season, joining Mike Parrott (16 games in 1980) and Ryan Franklin (11 games in 2004)...won 7-3 Sept. 21 at Anaheim to snap 10-game losing streak...was 0-7, 6.15 in 13 day games (74.2 IP, 51 ER), compared to 7-6, 4.66 in 21 night games (127.1 IP, 66 ER)...was 6-6, 4.26 in 19 games, 18 starts prior to the All-Star break (112.0 IP, 53 ER), compared to 1-7, 6.40 after the break (90.0 IP, 64 ER). 2003 Tied for second in the AL in wins (21) and sixth in AL ERA (3.27)...among AL leaders in winning pct. (4th/.750), IP (8th/215.0), road ERA (7th/3.28), home ERA (9th/3.24), day ERA (7th/2.81) and opponents batting average against (9th/.246)...set new club record (and career-high) with 21 wins (held share of old mark at 20 in 2001)...was voted the Roberto Clemente Award winner for Major League Baseball...was voted the Hutch Award which goes to the Major League player who best exemplifies the character, fighting spirit and competitive desire of Fred Hutchinson...Mariners were 4-1 in his no-decisions (25-8 overall in his 33 starts)...Mariners scored three runs or less in six of his seven losses (one or less in three losses)...helped Mariners tie Major League record by using only five starters all season...one of four Mariners starters to pitch more than 200 innings (also: Franklin, Garcia and Pineiro)...was 12-2, 3.24 in 16 Safeco Field starts...American League All-Star for 1st time, becoming the 2nd-oldest first-time All-Star (Satchel Paige, 46 in 1952)...worked 1.0 IP; retired all three BF (Edmonds-K, Pujols-FO, Bonds-FO)... won seven straight starts May 6-June 8 (#2), going 7-0, 2.42 (44.2 IP, 12 ER)...collected 100th career win as a Mariner April 18, an 8-2 win at Anaheim...named Mariners Pitcher of the Year by the Seattle chapter of the BBWAA. 2002 Was 4th in AL in innings with 230.2...tied for 2nd in league with 34 starts, 5th in opponents batting average (.230) and 9th in ERA (3.32)...tossed team-high 24.0 consecutive scoreless innings from June 16-July 6...averaged just 2.0 walks per 9.0 innings pitched, tied for 6th-best in the AL...Mariners were 20-14 in his starts...four complete games tied his career-high, also done in 1998 and 1999...threw seventh career complete game shutout, first of the season, June 10 vs. St. Louis in a 10-0 win (9.0,5,0,0,0,5)...start June 16 at San Diego began a streak of 24.0 consecutive shutout innings over four starts...finished June 3-1 with a ML-best 1.01 ERA in five starts (35.2 IP, 4 ER); allowed runs in just one of the five starts that month...notched second complete game, five-hit shutout of the season July 1 vs. Kansas City (9.0,5,0,0,0,3)...collected 1,500th career strikeout Aug. 24 at Cleveland. 2001 Won 20 games for first time, ranking T-2nd in AL victories and 6th with a 3.43 ERA... ranked among league leaders with a 11-2 , 2.22 record in 16 second half starts, leading the AL in ERA...tied Mariners record with 10 consecutive wins July 23-Sept. 24, a span of 13 starts...tied season-high with 7 strikeouts and earned 10th win July 23 at Minnesota, the beginning of 10-game win streak...threw 21st career complete game, 11th with Seattle, August 8 vs. Toronto (9.0,8,4,4,1,2); was his first CG effort since Sept. 19, 1999 vs. Minnesota (a 2-1 loss) and first CG win since Sept. 14, 1999 at Tampa Bay (5-1)... finished August 5-0, 1.84 in 6 starts; tied for first in the AL in wins (with Barry Zito), tied for second with a .178 average against and third in ERA for the month...earned career win #150 Sept. 24 at Texas, allowing two runs in 5.0 innings pitched...became the 13th active pitcher to reach the 150-career win mark, the fifth left-hander (Glavine, R. Johnson, Finley, D. Wells)...became the second Mariner to win 20 games in a season Oct. 5, allowing four hits in 7.0 IP; becoming the oldest player to win 20 games for the first time. 2000 Was Seattle's Opening Day starter, his first-career Opening Day start: lost to Boston & Pedro Martinez 2-0...placed on DL April 21 (retro to April 15) with strained muscle in back of left shoulder...reinstated from the DL and got win #3, June 2 vs. San Diego...lost five consecutive starts Aug. 4-24 and six straight decisions Aug. 4-Sept. 4...allowed a career-high and a club-record 11 earned runs in 19-3 loss Aug. 9 at Chicago...allowed 11 runs (6 earned) in 14-4 loss Aug. 14 vs. Detroit; joined Houston's Jose Lima (April 27 & May 2) as the first two pitchers since 1950 (Alex Kellner, Phi. A's) to allow 10+ runs in consecutive starts...had allowed 10 runs in a start just once in career (8/20/87 vs. Atl.)...allowed career-high 7 walks in no-decision Aug. 29 vs. New York...won 7-2 on Sept. 9 vs. Minnesota to snap six-game losing streak...lasted just 1.2 innings in his final start, his shortest outing since 1.0 IP before a rain-delay July 4, 1998 in Texas, getting a no-decision Sept. 28 vs. Texas...suffered hairline fracture of left kneecap while pitching a simulated game on Oct. 7. 1999 Walked 2 or less batters in 29 of his 32 starts...ranked fourth in the AL averaging just 1.9 walks per nine innings...also among the league leaders in innings pitched (3rd) and winning percentage (7th/.636)...matched career-best seven game winning streak that stretched from May 11 to July 7...started the Inaugural Game at Safeco Field, July 15 vs. San Diego, throwing a called strike to San Diego's Quilvio Veras for the first pitch; got no-decision in Seattle's 3-2 loss after leaving with a 2-1 lead after 8.0 innings...defeated Baltimore for the ninth straight time on July 31; did not lose to the Orioles, in the 1990s...only loss at Safeco came Aug. 5 vs. NY, 7-4...recorded three complete games in the final month of the season...tossed back-to-back complete games Sept. 14-19...had a 2.30 ERA after the All-Star break, the second-lowest among AL starters (Pedro Martinez, 2.01)...went 13-4 over final 25 starts after starting season 1- 4...pitched 4 complete games for the second-straight season, tying his career-best. 1998 Was among the AL leaders in innings pitched (3rd), walks per nine innings pitched (3rd/1.6) and ERA (7th)...walked 2 or less in 31 of his 34 starts...was 1-3 in April, his first losing month since Sept. of 1995 (0-1 in one game)...won 4-1 vs. Minnesota July 15 to start a season-ending stretch that saw him win 10 of final 12 decisions...won 100th career game, 10-4, at Cleveland Aug. 27; struck out four in 6.0 IP, including career strikeout No. 1,000 (David Bell in 6th)...pitched with touring ML All-Star team in Japan in November, posting a 2-0, 0.90 mark in two starts (10.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER). 1997 Ranked fifth in wins and second in winning percentage (.773) behind teammate Randy Johnson (.833) in the AL...ranked fifth in AL with a 2.1 walks per nine innings ratio, and walked two or less in 26 of his 30 starts...started the year on the disabled list with a strained left forearm suffered in a triple-A spring training game on March 23...missed five starts before being activated and making his first start on April 29...in an 8-2 win at Baltimore May 9, he struck out eight in 6.1 innings; it was his first 8K game in 50 starts since June 30, 1994...lost one of his best starts of the year on July 31 at Milwaukee, 2-1; retired 20 straight at one point and lost on a bloop single in the 9th; was his first complete game since 1993...won six straight from Aug. 11-Sept. 19...fired a seven-hit, 8-2 CG win vs. Boston on Aug. 26, his first CG win since Aug.18, 1993...had ND in next start, Aug. 31 at Los Angeles, despite taking a no-hitter into the 7th; left with a 1-0 lead in 8th...was 12-2, 3.63 in 16 Kingdome starts...Mariners were 22-8 in his 30 starts...was forced out of his only postseason start (Game 2 of the Division Series vs. Baltimore) with a strained left elbow in the fifth inning. 1996 Split season between Boston and Seattle... his .813 (13-3) winning percentage was the best in the Majors...had the third-longest winning streak (seven games, April 18-Aug. 1) in the AL...walked two or less in 20 of 21 starts...started the season with Boston...made only one start between May 3 and July 2 (May 21 vs. Seattle)...was 2-0, 3.71 in 13 games in relief...returned to rotation July 2...made final four Boston appearances as a starter and posted a 3-0, 2.45 mark in those games...with Seattle and Boston was 9-2, 2.99 (96.1 IP, 32 ER) in final 15 starts following return to Boston rotation July 2...was traded to Seattle on July 30...won first start Aug. 1 at Milwaukee, allowing two runs (1 ER) in seven innings pitched...was 6-2, 3.31 in 11 starts for Seattle...had just 16 unintentional walks in 70.2 innings with the Mariners...of the 36 runs he allowed as a Mariner, 10 were unearned (28%). 1995 Had five-game win streak June 26-July 26 (6 GS, 2.45)...signed by the Red Sox as a free agent Dec. 22. 1994 Pitched into seventh inning in 19 of 23 GS, including last nine, with Baltimore. 1993 Was 6-0, 1.67 ERA at Rochester to start season...recalled May 30...pitched remainder of season with the Orioles and finished first in AL with 2.44 road ERA...was 12-3 in 19 starts June 10-Sept. 12...went a career-high 20 consecutive IP without allowing an ER Aug. 18-29. 1992 Went to camp with Cubs but released March 30...signed a minor league contract with Detroit May 24...spent rest of season at Toledo...granted free agency Dec. 8...signed with Baltimore Dec. 19. 1991 Signed as free agent by St. Louis Jan. 9...had 7 starts for Cardinals...optioned to Louisville May 24...released Oct. 14. 1990 Opened the season as a starter for Texas, moved to bullpen April 27 after three starts... twice had career-high 5.1 IP in relief, May 8 at KC and July 21 at Detroit...appeared in 21 games in relief before returning to rotation July 29 vs. Toronto. 1989 Struck out a career-high 13 in first start April 8 vs. Toronto (8 IP, 4 H)...on DL May 31- Sept. 1 with sore left shoulder. 1988 His 202 IP was most by a Cub lefty since 1970...had three complete games and tossed 9.1 IP May 24 vs. Atlanta (3 H)...traded to Texas Dec. 5. 1987 Was 10th in NL with 147 strikeouts...set team record with seven consecutive strikeouts on July 3 vs. San Francisco. 1986 Returned to Pittsfield...promoted to Iowa May 15 after going 3-1, 0.88...contract purchased by Cubs June 14...made ML debut June 16 vs. Philadelphia and got first win (6.1 IP, 4 ER)...Aug. 16 at Montreal retired first 19 batters and got first ML CG and SHO. 1985 Started at Winston-Salem (A) was promoted to Pittsfield (AA).