Terry Mulholland

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Terry Mulholland MLB Career Stats

W-L ERA IP SO WHIP
124-142 4.41 2575.2 1325 1.36

Terry Mulholland Bio

  • Full Name: Terence John Mulholland
  • Born: 3/9/1963 in Uniontown, PA
  • Draft: 1984, San Francisco Giants, 1st rd. (24th overall)
  • College: Marietta College
  • Debut: June 8, 1986
  • Last Game: 6/3/2006
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Year W L ERA G GS SV IP SO WHIP
MLB Career Stats 124 142 4.41 685 332 5 2575.2 1325 1.36

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Awards

Terry Mulholland Awards

NL All-Star

Year Team League
1993 Philadelphia NL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
08/19/1990 Philadelphia NL

Terry Mulholland Leaderboards

Earned Run Average

Season ERA Rank
1990 3.34 14th in NL
1993 3.25 10th in NL

Wins

Season W Rank
1991 16 5th in NL
1992 13 16th in NL
1993 12 21st in NL

Winning Percentage

Season WPCT Rank
1990 .474 24th in NL
1991 .552 18th in NL
1992 .542 22nd in NL
1993 .571 19th in NL
1999 .556 23rd in NL

Strikeouts

Season SO Rank
1991 142 12th in NL
1992 125 24th in NL

WHIP

Season WHIP Rank
1990 1.18 24th in NL
1991 1.21 20th in NL
1992 1.19 23rd in NL
1994 1.55 13th in AL
1995 1.53 2nd in NL
1997 1.29 20th in NL
1999 1.44 19th in NL

Batting Average Against

Season AVG Rank
1990 .252 16th in NL
1991 .260 8th in NL
1992 .261 12th in NL
1994 .303 5th in AL
1995 .313 1st in NL
1997 .267 11th in NL
1999 .297 8th in NL

Games Started

Season GS Rank
1991 34 9th in NL
1992 32 16th in NL

Complete Games

Season CG Rank
1990 6 8th in NL
1991 8 3rd in NL
1992 12 1st in NL
1993 7 2nd in NL
1995 2 18th in NL
1996 3 12th in NL

Shutouts

Season SHO Rank
1988 1 23rd in NL
1989 1 20th in NL
1990 1 23rd in NL
1991 3 3rd in NL
1992 2 13th in NL
1993 2 3rd in NL

Innings Pitched

Season IP Rank
1991 232.0 6th in NL
1992 229.0 8th in NL

Games

Season G Rank
1998 70 12th in NL

Strikeouts per Nine Innings

Season K/9 Rank
1991 5.51 23rd in NL
1993 5.47 25th in NL

Strikeout/Walk Ratio

Season K/BB Rank
1990 1.79 24th in NL
1991 2.90 6th in NL
1992 2.72 10th in NL
1993 2.90 9th in NL
1994 1.95 23rd in AL
1999 1.84 25th in NL

Hits

Season H Rank
1991 231 6th in NL
1992 227 2nd in NL
1995 190 10th in NL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
1991 15 25th in NL
1992 14 18th in NL
1993 20 14th in NL
1994 24 6th in AL
1995 25 2nd in NL
1997 24 10th in NL

Terence John Mulholland Bio Info

Terence John Mulholland ... wife Kiara, children Tyler, Travis and Destinee ... 1981 graduate of Laurel Highlands (PA) High School where he played baseball and basketball ... had high school uniform number retired ... attended Marietta (OH) College where he majored in sports medicine ... went 14-2 in 1983 as Marietta won the NCAA Division III championship ... was 12-1 with a 2.17 ERA in 1984, leading Marietta to a second-place finish in the World Series ... had career record of 30-3 and a 2.39 ERA in his three seasons at Marietta ... earned NCAA Division III All-America honors in 1983-84 ... Marietta's baseball field, Pioneer Park, sits on Mulholland Drive ... it was renamed in Terry's honor in 1994 after he purchased a new lighting system for the baseball field. 2005 Did not allow a run in 7 appearances (5.2 ip), May 21-June 7 . . . was 0-0, 1.29 (7.0 ip, 1 er) in 3 appearances, July 5-9 . . . . . . season-high 3 strikeouts, August 7 vs. Boston . . . did not allow a run in 12 appearances (14.0 ip), August 10-September 26 . . . tied season-high 3.0 innings, September 26 vs. Kansas City . . . has career record of 113-126, 4.31 (2100.1 ip, 1006 er) in 332 starts and 11-16, 4.82 (472.1 ip, 253 er) with 5 saves in 348 relief appearances . . . ranks tied for 11th among active players in complete games, 12th in innings pitched, 19th in games, tied for 23rd in wins and 29th in strikeouts. 2004 Acquired from Seattle in a minor league trade in exchange for cash considerations, April 13 . . . had contract selected, April 13 . . . did not allow a run in 6 of 7 appearances, going 0-0, 1.00 (9.0 ip, 1 er), April 17-May 6 . . . became third pitcher in major league history (Kevin Brown and Al Leiter) to record a win against all 30 teams, July 19 at Deroit . . . season-high 3-game win-streak, going 3-0, 2.96 (24.1 ip, 8 er) in 5 appearances (4 starts), July 3-28 . . . season-high 8.0 innings, August 15 at Cleveland . . . pitched 6-plus innings in 8 of 15 starts . . . had 6 quality starts . . . was 4-5, 4.95 (87.1 ip, 48 er) in 15 starts and 1-4, 5.75 (36.0 ip, 23 er) in 24 relief appearances . . . through the 2004 season, ranks 11th among active players in complete games, 13th in innings pitched, 22nd in games and 27th in strikeouts. 1984 Began season at Everett ... promoted to Fresno, July 19. 1985 Named to the Texas League All-Star team ... led league in shutouts, was second in ERA and fourth in innings pitched. 1986 Began season at Phoenix ... contract selected, June 6 ... made major league debut, June 8 vs. Cincinnati... optioned July 4 ... recalled July 30 ... pitched 6.2 no-hit innings, August 4 vs. Cincinnati ... singled off Chris Welsh for first major league hit, August 13 at Cincinnati ... optioned August 14 ... recalled September 1 ... first big league win, September 8 vs. San Diego. 1987 Complete game six-hitter, May 15 at Vancouver ... first professional save, June 3 at Hawaii ... tied for club lead in complete games ... led league in games started. 1988 Began season at Phoenix ... recalled May 5 ... made three relief appearances before being optioned, May 28 ... was fifth in league in shutouts ... recalled July 3 ... first career complete game and shutout, July 5 vs. Chicago Cubs ... second career complete game July 10 vs. St. Louis ... named co-National League Player-of-the-Week (with San Diego's Tony Gwynn), going 2-0, 0.50 (18.0 ip, 1 er) in two starts, July 5-10 ... placed on disabled list with a broken left forearm after being hit by a line-drive off the bat of Atlanta's Gerald Perry, August 1 ... missed the remainder of the season. 1989 Began season at Phoenix ... recalled May 24 ... traded to Philadelphia along with pitcher Dennis Cook and third baseman Charlie Hayes in exchange for pitcher Steve Bedrosian and outfielder Rick Parker, June 18 ... third career complete game, July 4 at Cincinnati ... fourth career complete game and second career shutout, two-hitter, August 19 vs. San Francisco. 1990 Began season with Philadelphia ... disabled with left arm fatigue, June 12-28 ... began rehab assignment at Scranton-Wilkes/Barre, June 23 ... became the first Phillies' pitcher during the 20th century to throw a no-hitter in Philadelphia, August 15 vs. San Francisco ... faced the minimum 27 batters in pitching the first 9.0-inning no-hitter in Veterans Stadium history (only one Giants batter reached base, that on an error by third baseman Charlie Hayes) ... named National League Player of the Week, August 13-19 ... was 2-2, 2.03 (53.1 ip, 12 er) in 7 starts, August 31-September 30 ... pitched ninth career complete game (second career two-hitter), September 25 vs. St. Louis ... pitched 10th career complete game, September 30 at Montreal ... led club in complete games. 1991 Had 4-game win-streak, April 19-May 14 ... season-high 12 strikeouts, July 4 vs. St. Louis ... pitched 16th career complete game (third career two-hitter), September 18 vs. Montreal ... pitched 18th career complete game, October 5 vs. New York (NL) ... established career-highs in wins, games started, shutouts, innings pitched and strikeouts ... was third in the league in complete games, shutouts and walks per-9-innings (1.9), was tied for fourth in wins and sixth in innings pitched. 1992 Pitched three straight complete games, May 5-15 ... career-high 5-game win-streak, May 5-25 ... had 16.0 inning scoreless-streak, May 10-20 ... did not issue a walk in 31.0 innings, July 16-August 11 ... pitched eighth career shutout, July 31 at Montreal ... pitched 30th career complete game, September 18 at Pittsburgh ... led league in complete games and was fourth in walks per-9-innings (1.8) ... established career-high in complete games ... picked 16 runners off base. 1993 Was Philadelphia's opening day starter for the third straight year ... career-high 10.0 innings, May 8 vs. St. Louis ... had 17.0 scoreless inning-streak, May 29-June 4 ... pitched three straight complete games, May 29-June 9 ... selected to first career All-Star Game, July 13 at Baltimore ... pitched ninth career shutout, six-hitter, May 29 at Colorado ... career-high 14 strikeouts, June 4 vs. Colorado ... pitched tenth career shutout, June 9 vs. Houston ... pitched 37th career complete game, September 1 at Chicago (NL) ... was second in league in complete games and 10th in ERA. 1994 Traded to the New York Yankees along with pitcher Jeff Patterson in exchange for pitchers Bobby Munoz and Ryan Karp and infielder Kevin Jordan, February 9 ... pitched 38th career complete game, five-hitter, May 24 vs. Toronto ... pitched 39th career complete game and had season-high 9 strikeouts, June 4 vs. Kansas City. 1995 Signed with San Francisco as a free agent, April 8 ... began season with San Francisco ... career-high 9-game losing-streak, May 11-July 29 ... disabled with bone chips in left elbow, June 6-July 4 ... began rehab assignment at Phoenix, June 23 ... hit first big-league homer in off Tyler Green, August 18 at Philadelphia ... pitched 41st career complete game, four-hitter, August 23 at New York (NL) ... was ninth in league in walks per-9-innings (2.3). 1996 Signed with Philadelphia as a free agent, February 17 ... began season with Philadelphia ... hit second career homer off Sean Bergman, May 21 at San Diego ... pitched 44th career complete game, five-hitter, July 27 at Pittsburgh ... traded to Seattle in exchange for infielder Desi Relaford, July 31 ... was 4-1, 2.51 (32.1 ip, 9 er) in 5 games, August 28-September 17 ... walked two or fewer batters in 27 of 33 starts ... pitche 7-plus innings in 9 starts ... signed with Chicago (NL) as a free agent, December 10. 1997 Began season with Chicago (NL) ... named club's opening day starter, becoming the first left-hander to start a game for the Cubs since Greg Hibbard on September 29,1993 (the Cubs had sent right-handers to the mound in a teamrecord 421 consecutive contests) ... pitched 45th career complete game, June 18 at Chicago (AL) ... claimed off waivers by San Francisco, August 8 ... season-high 8 strikeouts, September 9 vs. St. Louis ... received just 2.48 runs of support for every 9.0 innings pitched, the lowest ratio in the Majors ... led league starters in fewest stolen bases against (1) and fewest steal attempts (5). 1998 Signed with Chicago (NL) as a free agent, February 6 ... first career big league save, May 17 at Cincinnati ... first career win in relief, June 5 vs. Chicago (AL) ... did not allow a run in 13 appearances, July 14-August 14 ... was 2-0, 2.35 (23.0 ip, 6 er) in 3 starts, September 16-27 ... season-high 8.0 innings and 9 strikeouts, September 27 at Houston ... established a career-high in games. 1999 Began season with Chicago (NL) ... was 3-1, 2.89 (46.2 ip, 15 er) in first 15 appearances (6 starts), April 7-May 29 ... recorded 1,000th career strikeout when he fanned Pittsburgh's Mike Benjamin, July 7 at Pittsburgh ... traded to Atlanta along with infielder Jose Hernadez in exchange for pitchers Micah Bowie, Ruben Quevedo and Joey Nation, July 31 ... picked up 100th career win, a 15-4 victory, August 7 vs. San Francisco ... recorded lone save, August 18 at Colorado ... pitched 6-plus innings in 10 of 24 starts. 2000 Was 3-0, 1.50 (24.0 ip, 4 er) in 3 starts, April 21-May 2 ... pitched 46th career complete game (first since June 18, 1997), April 21 vs. Pittsburgh ... tied season-high 5 strikeouts, April 27 vs. Los Angeles ... did not allow a run in 8 of 9 appearances, August 18-September 1 ... was 9-8, 5.61 (122.0 ip, 76 er) in 20 starts and 0-1, 3.38 (34.2 ip, 13 er) with one save in 34 relief appearances ... standed 20 of 30 (67%) inhereited runners. 1999: Began season with Chicago (NL) ... was 3-1, 2.89 (46.2 ip, 15 er) in first 15 appearances (6 starts), April 7-May 29 ... recorded 1,000th career strikeout when he fanned Pittsburgh's Mike Benjamin, July 7 at Pittsburgh ... traded to Atlanta along with infielder Jose Hernadez in exchange for pitchers Micah Bowie, Ruben Quevedo and Joey Nation, July 31 ... picked up 100th career win, a 15-4 victory, August 7 vs. San Francisco ... recorded lone save, August 18 at Colorado ... pitched 6-plus innings in 10 of 24 starts. 2001 Began season with Pittsburgh ... disabled with sprained left knee, April 5-20 ... did not allow a run in 6 of 7 appearances, May 2-12 ... disabled with broken left index finger, June 9-August 1 ... began rehab assignment at Altoona, July 27 ... traded to Los Angeles in exchange for pitchers Mike Fetters and Adrian Burnside, July 31 ... pitched 500th career game, August 22 at Florida ... was 0-1, 4.20 (15.0 ip, 7 er) in 3 starts, September 21-October 2 ... was 0-1, 4.34 (18.2 ip, 9 er) in 4 starts and 1-0, 4.79 (47.0 ip, 25 er) in 37 relief appearances on season. 2002 Began season with Los Angeles ... disabled with lower back strain (sixth career trip to DL), May 4-June 4 ... was 0-0, 1.35 (6.2 ip, 1 er) in 4 appearances, July 16-24 ... traded to Cleveland along with pitchers Ricardo Rodriguez and Francisco Cruceta in exchange for pitcher Paul Shuey, July 28 ... season-high 7.0 innings and tied season-high 5 strikeouts, September 13 vs. Minnesota ... pitched 6-plus innings in all 3 starts ... was 1-1, 3.05 (20.2 ip, 7 er) in 3 starts and 2-1, 6.63 (58.1 ip, 43 er) in 34 relief appearances on season. 2003 Was 0-1, 0.00 (9.0 ip) in 5 appearances, April 19-29 ... tied career-high 6 walks, June 20 at Pittsburgh ... did not allow a run in 7of 8 appearances, July 13-August 17 ... career-high 5.2 relief innings, September 11 at Kansas City ... tied season-high 5 strikeouts, September 20 vs. Boston ... had .252 (33-131) batting-average-against with 3 homers vs. lefthanders ... stranded 23 of 28 (82%) inherited runners ... was 0-1, 6.11 (17.2 ip, 12 er) in 3 starts and 3-3, 4.65 (81.1 ip, 42 er) in 42 relief appearances.