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Mike Myers MLB Career Stats

883 25-24 4.29 541.2 429 1.44

Mike Myers Bio

  • Full Name: Michael Stanley Myers
  • Born: 6/26/1969 in Arlington Heights, IL
  • Draft: 1990, San Francisco Giants, 4th rd. (120th overall)
  • College: Iowa State
  • Debut: 4/25/1995
  • Last Game: 9/30/2007
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MLB Career Stats 25 24 4.29 883 0 14 541.2 429 1.44


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Mike Myers Stats

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Mike Myers Leaderboards


Season SV Rank
1996 6 17th in AL
2002 4 24th in NL


Season G Rank
1996 83 1st in AL
1997 88 1st in AL
1998 70 12th in NL
1999 71 14th in NL
2000 78 3rd in NL
2001 73 17th in NL
2004 75 6th in AL
2007 72 9th in AL


Season HLD Rank
1999 13 18th in NL
2000 15 10th in NL
2002 17 14th in NL
2006 18 9th in AL

Michael Stanley Myers Bio Info

Michael Stanley Myers and his wife, Robyn (married 11/5/94), have a daughter, Laryssa (12/22/00), and two sons, Christian (2/13/96) and Daryl (10/7/97)...graduated from Crystal Lake (IL) Central High School, where he lettered in baseball, basketball and soccer...attended Iowa State University (1988-90) and earned 1989 All-Big Eight honors in baseball...helped Team USA win a Silver Medal in the 1989 IBA Presidential Cup in Taiwan...earned a Gold Medal with Team USA at the 1987 U.S. Olympic Festival...contributed funds to build a youth field in Steamboat Springs, CO in 2000...was selected to play with the Major League All-Stars in both 2000 and 2006 as part of the "Japan All-Star Series." 2007 Combined to go 4-0 with a 4.80 ERA (29 ER/54.1 IP) in 72 games between the White Sox and Yankees ... signed a one-year contract with Chicago on 8/20 with a club option for 2008 after being designated for assignment by New York-AL on 8/6 ... the 4.80 ERA was his highest since 2003 (5.70) ... the 72 games ranked ninth in the American League and marked his most since 2004 (75) ... his 54.1 IP were up from 30.2 IP in 2006 and were the secondmost in his career (64.2 in 1996) ... went 3-0 with a 2.66 ERA (12 ER/40.2 IP) in 55 games with the Yankees and 1-0 with an 11.20 ERA (17 ER/13.2 IP) in 17 games with the Sox ... was 0-3 in save situations ... registered six holds ... opponents batted .277 (59-213) overall, including a career-high .295 (31-105) mark by left-handers ... limited the opposition to a .247 average while with the Yankees, compared to .356 with the Sox ... combined to post a 3.47 (14 ER/ 36.1 IP) at home, compared to 7.50 ERA (15 ER/18.0 IP) on the road ... surrendered five of six home runs vs. righties ... opponents hit .320 (24-75) with runners in scoring position and first batters went 17-62 (.274) ... allowed 38.8 percent (26-67) of inherited runners to score (63.6 percent with Sox) ... finished fifth in baseball in inherited runners ... lasted more than 1.0 IP on 13 occasions (less than 1.0 IP 48 times) ... 53 of his 72 appearances were scoreless ... owned a 7.11 ERA (5 ER/6.1 IP) in interleague play ... earned wins on 6/28 at Baltimore (0.2 IP), 7/18 vs. Toronto (0.1), 8/4 vs. Kansas City (0.1) and 9.8 vs. Minnesota (2.0 IP) ... began the season with the Yankees ... tossed a career-high 4.0 IP on 5/4 vs. Seattle (1 ER) ... ERA was 1.93 (4 ER/18.2 IP) after his first 20 games ... matched his season high with four runs allowed on 5/19 at the Mets (2.0 IP) ... made 15 consecutive scoreless appearances from 5/21-6/22 (8.2 IP) ... yielded one run in 1.0 IP in his final game with the Yankees on 8/5 vs. Kansas City ... made his White Sox debut on 8/21 vs. Kansas City, but did not record an out ... owned a 16.20 ERA (9 ER/5.0 IP) in his first seven games with the Sox ... ERA was 3.74 on 9/21 before allowing seven runs over final three outings, including four runs without recording an out on 9/30 vs. Detroit. 2006 Continued to be regarded as one of the game's most reliable left-handed specialists, going 1-2 with a 3.23 ERA in 62 games with the Yankees...opponents batted .244 (29-for-119, 3HR); LH .257 (18-for-70, 2HR), RH .224 (11-for-49, 1HR)...retired 39-of-60 first batters faced (65%)...prevented 25-of-38 inherited runners from scoring (66%)...failed to convert his only save opportunity...made appearances in consecutive games five times, three consecutive games eight times, and pitched in four straight games twice...Has pitched in at least 62G in each of the last 11 seasons (1996-2006), appearing in more games (798) than any other pitcher in the Majors during that span...made his Yankees debut on 4/4 at Oakland, facing two batters in eighth (1BB, 1K)...did not allow a run in his first 10 appearances of the season (4/4-27), allowing only 3H and 1BB in 6.1IP (6K)...allowed only one run in his first 32 appearances (16.0IP) of the season (from 4/4-7/3)...matched the longest outing of his career on 8/17 vs. Baltimore, allowing two unearned runs in 2.1IP (1H, 3K, 1HR)...also tossed 2.1 innings on 6/12/99 (with Milwaukee) at Montreal...Made third straight appearance in the second game of a doubleheader at Boston on 8/18, allowing 1H in 0.1IP to earn his first victory as a Yankee...made appearances in nine of 11 team games from 8/17-26...made 800th appearance of his career in 9/3 win vs. Minnesota, allowing 1H in 0.2IP...appeared in only one game of the Division Series vs. Detroit, allowing solo-HR to only batter faced (Curtis Granderson in the seventh inning of Game One at Yankee Stadium)...in the off-season, pitched with the MLB All-Stars as part of the "Japan All-Star Series 2006." 2005 Spent the season with Boston after being re-acquired from St. Louis in exchange for OF Carlos de la Cruz and LHP Kevin Ool on 3/29...appeared in 65 games for Boston, going 3-1 with a 3.13 ERA...did not allow a run in 54 of his 65 appearances...worked less than 1.0 inning in 49 of his 65 outings and more than 1.0 inning only four times...retired 48-of-65 first batters faced (74%)...stranded 44-of-57 inherited runners (77%)...has made more appearances than any pitcher in baseball in the last 10 seasons (1996-2005)...has appeared in at least 64 games in each of the last 11 seasons, with more than 70 appearances in seven of the 11 years...in all of baseball, only Ricardo Rincon of the Athletics pitched in more games (67) and worked as few innings (37.1) as Myers...Held lefthanders to a .158 average (15-for-95)...for his career, has held left-handed batters to a .207 batting average, including a .167 (22-for-132) mark over the last two seasons...allowed just one home run to a lefthander in 2005 (Minnesota's Jacque Jones on 7/29 at Fenway Park)...right-handers batted .385 (15-for-39)...did not allow a run his first 11 appearances of the season (4.2 IP) through 5/14...after being charged with two runs on 5/16, worked another nine scoreless outings for a 1.46 ERA (12.1IP, 2 ER) in his first 21 games through 6/5...when pitching with no days rest, went 2-0 with a 1.42 ERA (12.2IP, 2 ER) in 21 games...opponents hit just .186 (13-for-70) with men on base, .163 (7-for-43) with runners in scoring position and .192 (5-for-26) with runners in scoring position and 2 outs...first batters faced batted only .190 (11-for-58)...Worked in four straight games from 6/2-5 and three consecutive games twice (7/22-24 at Chicago (AL) and 7/29-31 vs. Minnesota)...threw a season-high 24 pitches in 1.0 IP on 6/3 vs. Los Angeles (AL) en route to his second victory of the year...pitched in eight of the club's 10 games from 7/22-31 and appeared in 14 of 19 games from 7/22-8/12...worked a season-high 2.0 innings on 7/26 at Tampa Bay...beginning on 8/20, did not allow a run in 15 of his final 17 appearances. 2004 Opened the year in Seattle, but was acquired by Boston on 8/6 to join Alan Embree as a vital second lefthander in the Red Sox bullpen down the stretch...The 75 appearances between the two stops ranked 6th-most in the American League...Was 4-1 with a 4.88 ERA (27.2 IP/ 15 ER) in 50 relief outings for Seattle...Boasted a 1.93 ERA (14.0 IP/ 3 ER) in 23 games from 5/1-6/28....Tied his season high with 2.0 innings pitched 7/7 at STL...Closed out 10 games for the Mariners but did not record a save...After suffering the loss on 4/21 vs. OAK, posted a four-game winning streak leading up to his trade to Boston...He was the winning pitcher in four of Seattle's 13 wins from 4/30-7/19. Seattle dropped the final eight games in which he pitched...Was 1-0 with a 4.20 ERA in 25 appearances for the Red Sox and 5-1 with a 4.64 ERA combined between the two stops...Worked just 15.0 innings in his 25 outings with the Red Sox. Between Seattle and Boston, worked less than an inning in 55 of his 75 outings...Limited left-handed batters to a .233 (24-103) batting average. In his career, has held lefties to a .212 average...Pitched shutout ball in his first eight games with the Red Sox (4.0 IP) and did not allow a run in 21 of his 25 appearances with Boston...Pitched 2.0 scoreless innings 8/11 vs. TB, matching his longest outing of 2004...Was roughed up for four runs without recording an out 8/31 vs. ANA...Posted a 0.93 ERA (9.2 IP/ 1 ER) in 14 September appearances...Earned his first Red Sox win on 9/15 vs. TB, tossing 0.2 scoreless innings while walking one and fanning two...Was scored upon in his final two regular-season outings, both on solo homers -- the only long balls he surrendered with the Red Sox. 2003 Made 64 appearances for Arizona, working only 36.1 innings...averaged less than 0.2 of an inning per outing, posting an 0-1 record and a 5.70 ERA...held lefties to a .237 (18-for-76) average, including a .190 mark (12-for-63) from 4/20 through the end of the season...limited left-handed foes to a .043 (1-for-23) average from 4/20-7/2...San Diego's Ryan Klesko homered 7/20, his first long ball surrendered to a lefty since Jeromy Burnitz homered on 9/28/01...ranked ninth among N.L. relievers, stranding 77 percent of inherited runners (41-of-53)...Was scored upon in only two of his first 26 outings and allowed a run in just two of his final 17 appearances on the year...surrendered five runs on 4/15 vs. Colorado, his most since yielding 6 runs on 4/14/99 with Milwaukee at Montreal...boasted a 1.35 ERA (6.2IP, 1 ER) in 15 May games while limiting the opposition to a .125 average. 2002 Notched a career-high four wins, recording four saves and 17 holds in 69 games for Arizona...the 69 games ranked second on the D-Backs staff, but he failed to pitch in 70 games for the first time in seven seasons...lefties went 0-for-24 with 13 strikeouts against Myers to begin the season...Travis Lee broke up the streak with a double on 5/16...from 4/12-6/21, Arizona went 20-2 in games in which he pitched...the Diamondbacks were 10-1 on days when he pitched from 7/20-8/15...gave up only two home runs for the third consecutive season...collected saves in back-to-back outings on 4/16 and 4/20...yielded a run in just two of 30 appearances from 6/27-9/5...tossed a season-high 2.0 scoreless innings on 4/13 at Colorado. 2001 Went 2-3 with a 3.60 ERA in 73 games for Colorado...joined Baltimore's Buddy Groom as the only pitchers in history to appear in at least 70 games in six straight seasons...Groom extended the record in 2002...only seven pitchers have ever made 70 or more outings in four straight years...stranded 78 percent of inherited runners (51-of-65), 8th-best in the NL...lefties hit just .231 (21-for-91)...posted a 2.88 ERA through the season's first five months before giving up 5ER in his final 5.2 innings. 2000 In his first season with Colorado, went 0-1 with one save and posting a career-best 1.99 ERA in 78 appearances...stranded 55-of-64 inherited runners (86%), 2nd-best in the N.L...did not allow a run until his 34th outing in the Rockies' 76th game of the year, a span of 18.1IP...limited lefthanders to a .120 average (11-for-92)...his lone save of the season came on 6/2 at Milwaukee, his first save since 5/15/98 vs. Colorado (with Milwaukee)...boasted a 2.05 ERA in 43 games at Coors Field...allowed just two home runs...did not allow more than one hit in an outing until 7/28 at Milwaukee, his 46th game...allowed two hits in a game twice all season...selected to travel to Japan in November as part of Major League Baseball's All-Star Goodwill tour. 1999 Pitched in 71 games for the Brewers, going 2-1 with a 5.23 ERA...stranded 85% of inherited runners, second in the N.L. behind only Jerry Dipoto of the Rockies (87%)...worked one-third of an inning in 30 of his 71 appearances...set career highs with 2.1 innings pitched on 6/12 vs. Minnesota and 4 strikeouts on 9/8 vs. Arizona...allowed a career-high 6 runs in 0.2 innings April 14 at Montreal. 1998 Led the N.L.with 23 relief holds...control was an issue as he walked 22 men in 50.0 innings, a 3.96 per 9-inning ratio...he surrendered only 1 earned run from Opening Day to May 20, spanning 16.2 innings... he had a better stretch from May 26--July 16, working 22 games without allowing an earned run...Myers had a 0.58 ERA at the All-Star break, but posted a 6.16 mark afterwards. 1997 His 88 games were 2 shy of the A.L.appearance record while establishing a Tiger club record for the second straight season, bettering his 83 in 1996... Mike's 88 games were 10 more than any A.L. hurler. 1996 Myers made 83 appearances to break the Detroit record set in 1984 when Willie Hernandez worked in 80 games for the World Champions...Mike also set a major league rookie appearance record, 3 more than Mitch Williams with Texas in 1986. 1995 Myers pitched for 4 teams in 4 leagues, including big league action with Florida and Detroit...he made Florida's Opening Day roster and made his big league debut in the April 25 opener, tossing a shutout inning against the Dodgers...he was optioned to Charlotte (AAA) May 6, and pitched there until the Tigers acquired him on Aug. 8 as the player-to-be-named in the Buddy Groom trade...Mike made 11 relief appearances for Detroit, including his first major league win, Sept.19 vs. Baltimore. 1994 He started the year at Edmonton (AAA), making 1 start before landing on the disabled list April 13 with bone spurs in his left elbow...he opened a rehab assignment July 11 with Brevard County (A). 1993 Mike recorded a team leading 27 starts at Edmonton (AAA), tying for sec- ond in the PCL. 1992 Mike split the season between the Giants' affiliates, , Clinton and San Jose...combined at the 2 stops, he was 6-3 with a 1.85 ERA...Mike allowed just 1 home run during the entire season (92.1 innings) with the roundtripper occurring in his final outing on August 30. 1991 A Midwest League All-Star, he helped Clinton clinch the Midwest League championship. 1990 Mike's professional career began with Everett in the Northwest League.