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Jarrod Washburn MLB Career Stats

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Jarrod Washburn Bio

  • Full Name: Jarrod Michael Washburn
  • Born: 8/13/1974 in La Crosse, WI
  • Draft: 1995, California Angels, 2nd rd. (31st overall)
  • College: Wisconsin - Oshkosh
  • Debut: June 2, 1998
  • Ret., Final Game: 9/15/2009
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MLB Career Stats 107 109 4.10 312 300 1 1863.2 1103 1.30


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Jarrod Washburn Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2002 Anaheim AL

AL Pitcher of the Month

Month Team League
07/2009 Detroit AL

Jarrod Washburn Leaderboards

Earned Run Average

Season ERA Rank
2001 3.77 13th in AL
2002 3.15 7th in AL
2003 4.43 24th in AL
2005 3.20 4th in AL
2009 3.78 11th in AL


Season W Rank
2001 11 23rd in AL
2002 18 8th in AL


Season SO Rank
2001 126 19th in AL
2002 139 12th in AL


Season WHIP Rank
2001 1.29 14th in AL
2002 1.17 9th in AL
2003 1.25 14th in AL
2006 1.35 23rd in AL
2009 1.19 6th in AL

Batting Average Against

Season AVG Rank
2001 .263 20th in AL
2002 .235 9th in AL
2003 .256 18th in AL
2006 .268 24th in AL
2007 .268 24th in AL
2009 .243 7th in AL

Games Started

Season GS Rank
2002 32 15th in AL
2003 32 18th in AL
2006 31 25th in AL
2007 32 12th in AL

Complete Games

Season CG Rank
2001 1 24th in AL
2003 2 13th in AL
2004 1 20th in AL
2007 1 17th in AL
2008 1 16th in AL
2009 1 17th in AL


Season SHO Rank
2004 1 4th in AL
2005 1 5th in AL
2007 1 5th in AL
2009 1 7th in AL

Innings Pitched

Season IP Rank
2001 193.1 25th in AL
2002 206.0 17th in AL
2003 207.1 17th in AL
2007 193.2 23rd in AL

Strikeouts per Nine Innings

Season K/9 Rank
2001 5.87 18th in AL
2002 6.07 19th in AL
2003 5.12 13th in AL
2005 4.77 12th in AL
2006 4.96 13th in AL
2007 5.30 8th in AL
2009 5.11 7th in AL

Strikeout/Walk Ratio

Season K/BB Rank
2001 2.33 21st in AL
2002 2.36 20th in AL
2003 2.19 22nd in AL
2005 1.84 8th in AL
2006 1.87 9th in AL
2007 1.70 4th in AL
2009 2.04 10th in AL

Bases on Balls

Season BB Rank
2007 67 9th in AL


Season H Rank
2001 196 25th in AL
2003 205 20th in AL
2006 198 24th in AL
2007 201 19th in AL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2001 25 13th in AL
2003 34 1st in AL
2006 25 18th in AL
2007 23 12th in AL
2009 23 21st in AL

Jarrod Washburn Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
November 5, 2009 LHP Jarrod Washburn elected free agency.
July 31, 2009 Seattle Mariners Traded LHP Jarrod Washburn to Detroit Tigers; Lakeland Flying Tigers Traded LHP Mauricio Robles to High Desert Mavericks and Detroit Tigers Traded LHP Luke French to Seattle Mariners.

Jarrod Michael Washburn Bio Info

Jarrod Michael Washburn...resides in Webster, WI with wife Kerrie and children Jack, Owen and Ava...graduated from Webster High School (WI)...attended University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh...member of 1994 NCAA Division III National Champion baseball squad...named 1995 Second-Team All-American. 2008 Appeared in 28 games, making 26 starts, and collected first Major League save despite missing most of final month with injury...Second on club with 14 quality starts (Hernandez, 19)...Allowed 2 or fewer earned runs in 12 starts, posting a 3-2 mark with 9 no-decisions; is now 76-14 in his career when allowing 2 or fewer earned runs...Had a 1.96 ERA (9 ER, 41.1 IP) in 7 no-decions in 2008...bullpen failed to hold lead in six games that he left with a lead...Lost four of first five decisions (6 GS) despite 4.86 ERA (18 ER, 33.1 IP)...Appeared in a pair of games as a pinch-runner: July 29 at Texas (scored) and Aug. 9 vs. Tampa Bay...Collected first ML save May 14 at Texas in Seattle's 4-3, 12-inning win (1.0 IP, 1 BB)...In 10 starts in June and July, was 3-3, 2.80 (64.1 IP, 20 ER) with 6 quality starts...Lost five consecutive starts Aug. 1-23 (0-5, 5.45; 34.2 IP, 21 ER)...Tossed 6.2 IP and did not allow a run (no decision) in 4-3, 10-inning win at CLE Aug. 30...matched season-high with 8 strikeouts, including #1,000 of his career...Won three straight starts June 23-July 4 (1.23 ERA / 3 ER, 22.0 IP)...Threw 1.0 IP in relief Sept. 16, his first appearance in 15 days, after suffering a lower abdominal strain...could not continue and did not pitch for remainder of season. 2007 Led club in starts (32) and innings pitched (193.2)...was 5th time in career with at least 30 GS and 4th season with 190.0 or more innings pitched...second on club with 17 quality starts (Batista, 18)...allowed 2 or less earned runs in 14 starts, posting a 9-2 mark...was 3-8 with a 4.76 ERA in 11 starts from Aug. 1 to the end of season (34 ER, 64.1 IP)...won final two starts (Sept. 21 at LAA & Sept. 26 vs. CLE); tossed 13.0 IP and allowed just 2 solo HR (1.38 ERA). 2006 In his first season with the Mariners, Washburn went 8-14 with a 4.67 ERA in 31 starts. Washburn won consecutive starts against the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Angels (Aug. 24 and Aug. 29) where he allowed a combined five earned runs over 13 1/3 innings. Washburn was at his best vs. his former team, the Angels, as he won three games against them. 2005 Completed season with 8-8 record, one complete game, one shutout and a 3.23 ERA (63ER/177.1IP)... Angels were 15-14 in his 29 starts...Among AL leaders, ranked fourth in ERA (3.20), second in road ERA (2.65) and first in ERA in night games (2.53)...Defeated Texas, 6-0, June 22 at Angel Stadium, marking first win at home since July 15, 2004 vs. Boston...Received no decisions in first four starts...all four games went extra innings...Did not allow a stolen base in 177.1 IP, the fourth-most innings pitched without a steal in a single season since 1974 (Chris Carpenter, STL - 182.0 in 2004; Geoff Zahn, Cal - 199.1 in 1984 & Kenny Rogers, Tex - 210.2 in 2002)...Missed two scheduled starts, Sept. 14 and 19, due to tendinitis left forearm...placed on disabled list Aug. 3 (retroactive to July 25) due to inflamed left elbow...activated from disabled list, Aug. 12...Ranked second among AL starters (4th in ML) with 1.95 ERA in June (7ER/32.1IP)...Allowed more than three earned runs twice in last 17 starts, lowering ERA from 3.80 to 3.20...Surrendered just eight home runs in last 19 starts (allowed 10 HR in first 10 starts)...Reached 1,000 career innings pitched, April 21 vs. Cleveland. 2004 Completed season 11-8 with one complete game, one shutout and a 4.64 ERA (77ER/149.1IP) in 25 starts in 2004...11 wins marks fourth straight season with double-digit wins...tied for club lead with one complete game and shutout...3.76 road ERA ranked ninth in AL...Angels scored 163 runs in his 25 starts (6.5 per start) and 118 runs when he was in game (4.7 per start)...run support per 9 IP was 7.1...seven of 11 wins came on the road...placed on 15-day disabled list (retroactive to July 21) due to inflamed cartilage in fifth rib left side of chest, July 27...activated from 15-day disabled list, Sept. 4...made one rehabilitation start for single-A Rancho Cucamonga, Aug. 29 (4 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 5 SO)...posted first career shutout, July 7 at Chicago White Sox...shutout came in 146th career start, snapping most games started (145) by an Angel without a shutout to start career...every other pitcher who started at least 70 games for Angels threw at least one shutout...mark was second longest in major leagues since 1900 (Jason Schmidt - 1st shutout in 164th start in 2002)...allowed career-high 13 hits and 10 runs (tied, nine earned), July 20 vs. Cleveland...four home runs allowed, July 20 vs. Cleveland and July 1 at Oakland, equals most in career (June 20, 2003 at Los Angeles)...posted 15 consecutive scoreless innings, June 15-July 1, most by an Angels' starter this season...six-game win streak (April 17-May 15) second longest by Angels' starter...was first pitcher in AL to reach seven wins (after eight starts)...was 4-7 with four no decisions since reaching seven wins...pitched into seventh inning-or-later 11 times...allowed hits in double digits three times...walks high was five and strikeout best was six (four times)...posted .962 fielding percentage, committing one error in 26 total chances...Angels were 16-9 in his starts...limited opponents to three earned runs-or-less in 15 starts. 2003 Spent ninth professional season with Angels, posting 10-15 record with two complete games and a 4.43 ERA (102ER/207.1IP) in 32 starts...suffered mild sprain of AC joint in left shoulder, March 3, after fall during pitching drills...was limited to two spring training starts due to injury, finishing 0-0 with a 3.86 ERA (3ER/7.0IP)...led club in starters ERA (20-or-more starts), innings pitched and home runs allowed...34 home runs ranked tied for fifth most in club history and tied for first in AL (Mike Maroth - Detroit & Ryan Franklin - Seattle)...also ranked fifth among AL leaders in losses...set career highs in losses, starts (tied in 2002), complete games, innings pitched, hits allowed (205), runs (106), earned runs, and home runs...marked second time in career over 200 innings plateau (206 in 2002)...started career game No. 100, April 15 at Texas (5-4 loss)...posted 500th career strikeout, Aug. 23 at Detroit (Brandon Inge)...complete games came May 6 vs. Cleveland and Aug. 18 at Chicago...complete game four-hitter matched season low in hits allowed by an Angel in 2003 (John Lackey)...walked three batters-or-less in every start...strikeout high was seven (five times)...lost four straight starts, June 9-26, equaling most in single season in career (Sept. 4-Oct. 2, 2001)...streak was longest by an Angel in 2003...career longest losing streak is six, spanning two seasons (Sept. 4, 2001-April 13, 2002)...allowed career high 10 runs, July 23 at Texas, most by an Angels pitcher. 2002 Enjoyed breakout season in 2002, posting career bests in wins (18), starts (32), ERA (3.15, 7th in AL) and strikeouts (139)...was Angels first 18-game winner since Jim Abbott (18), Chuck Finley (18) and Mark Langston (19) in 1991...2.65 road ERA ranked third best in A.L...Angels went 22-10 in his 32 starts and he was 7-3 with two no decisions after an Angels' loss...lone complete game in '02 came July 27 at Seattle (8 IP) in 3-1 loss, snapping 12-game win streak...struck out career-high 10 batters, June 22 at Milwaukee in 8-2 win...pitched 19 consecutive scoreless innings, June 27-July 16, the longest stretch by an Angels starter in '02...made first Opening Day start of major league career, March 31 vs. Cleveland, throwing the first pitch of MLB's 2002 season ...involved in four 1-0 games in 2002 (3-0, 1 ND in Angels win)...750 (18-6) winning percentage was 3rd best in AL and just shy of best pct. in single season club history (.773, Bert Blyleven; 17-5 in 1989)...allowed three earned runs-or-less in 26 of 32 starts...along with Barry Zito, was named to Baseball America's ML All-Star team as a starting pitcher.posted 13 road wins, setting new club record, surpassing previous mark of 11, accomplished seven times (last time by Kirk McCaskill in 1986; 11-5)...posted career-best 12 straight wins, April 19-July 21 (17 starts)...was 12-0 with five no decisions in 17 starts during streak (35ER/110.2 IP/2.85 ERA)...12-game win streak set single season club record (10 - Ken McBride; May 16-July 21, 1962, Bert Blyleven; May 29-Aug. 24, 1989 and Chuck Finley; July 1-Aug. 19, 1997)...streak was longest by an Angel since Chuck Finley's club record 14 straight wins spanning two seasons, July 1,1997-May 2, 1998...win streak was longest streak in AL and tied with Houston's Wade Miller for longest in majors in '02. 2001 Led Angels starters in ERA (3.77)...among AL leaders, ranked second in road ERA (3.02)...posted eight-game win streak (5th longest in AL), May 13-July 24, 2001...Ramon Ortiz (13), Washburn (11) and Scott Schoeneweis (10) each posted wins in double digits, marking first time Angels had three pitchers accomplish feat since 1997 (Chuck Finley, Jason Dickson & Allen Watson)...Angels five starting pitchers of Ortiz, Pat Rapp, Schoeneweis, Ismael Valdes & Washburn each pitched over 150-or-more innings apiece... marked first Angels quintet to accomplish feat in same season since 1989 (Jim Abbott, Bert Blyleven, Finley, Kirk McCaskill & Mike Witt)... completed sixth professional season in Angels' organization and first full season with major league club...began season on 15-day disabled list...placed on DL, March 27 (retroactive to March 23) due to strep throat, (also on DL to start 2000 campaign with strained right oblique muscle)...made exhibition start April 3 at single-A Rancho Cucamonga against UC Riverside and one rehab assignment at triple-A Salt Lake (0-1, 5.87 ERA)...recalled from rehabilitation and activated from disabled list, April 16... compiled 11-10 record with one complete game and 3.77 ERA (81ER/193.1 IP - 81 ER) in 30 starts with Angels...led club in ERA (starters) and tied for club lead in home runs allowed...among AL leaders, ranked second in road ERA (3.02)...posted career-best eight-game win streak, May 13-July 24, registering 2.64 ERA in those 14 outings (28ER/95.1IP)...eight-game win streak was tied for fifth longest in AL in 2001...posted first career complete game, a 2-0 setback, May 8 at Chicago (8 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 HR, 3 BB, 1 IBB, 6 SO)...held White Sox hitless for 6.1 innings, before Paul Konerko's seventh inning single...complete game came in 40th major league start...three-hitter was low-hit game by Angels in 2001...struck out season-high nine batters, May 13 at Detroit and July 2 at Oakland...opened season 0-3, then lowered ERA from 7.56 to 3.77 over last 27 starts...was 11-7 with 3.41 ERA in that span...Finished season with four-game losing streak (seven starts)...finished first in AL with 12 pickoffs (11 as pickoff/caught stealing)...batted .600 (3/5) with one run scored, a walk and two strikeouts...posted 3-for-3 performance (1 R, 1 BB), July 7 at Colorado. 2000 Began fifth professional season in Angels' organization on 15-day disabled list, March 29 (retroactive to March 25), with strained right oblique muscle...made one rehabilitation start for single-A Lake Elsinore, April 7...activated from DL and optioned to triple-A Edmonton, April 9...started five games for Trappers, posting 3-0 record and 3.52 ERA (12ER/30.2IP with 13 walks and 20 strikeouts...won last three starts, allowing four earned runs in 20.1 innings (1.77 ERA)...recalled by Anaheim, May 10...compiled 7-2 record and 3.74 ERA (35ER/84.1IP) in 14 starts with Angels...longest outing was 8.1 June 21 vs. Kansas City in 3-1 win...struck out season-high seven batters, May 6 at San Diego (6.0 IP)...tied for club-high with six walks issued, June 15 at Tampa Bay...also tied club high for home runs allowed in inning (3), July 16 at San Diego (4th)...led Angels' starters in holding opponents to .215 batting average...had longest consecutive scoreless innings streak by Angels starter (11, May 24-June 4)...was 4-0 with 2.48 ERA (8ER/29.0IP) in last five starts...placed on 15-day disabled list, July 23 (retroactive to July 22), with strained left biceps...activated, Aug. 7, making one start vs. Boston (4-1 win) before being placed on 15-day DL, Aug. 8, with sore left shoulder...collected first major league hit (single) and RBI (2), June 10 at Arizona...run-scoring single to left field came off Omar Daal. 1999 Began fourth professional season at triple-A Edmonton, compiling 1-5 record with one complete game and 4.73 ERA (31ER/59.0IP) in 11 starts...recalled by Anaheim, July 2 (made six relief appearances)...optioned to triple-A, July 23, and recalled again, Aug. 16...posted 4-5 record with 5.25 ERA (36ER/61.2 IP) in 16 appearances (10 starts)... pitched one third relief inning (1 BB), July 3 at Oakland, in season debut...made three starts for Trappers and went 0-2 (6.43 ERA) before being placed on disabled list with strained oblique muscle (April 26-June 17). 1998 Began season at triple-A Vancouver...was recalled by Angels three times (May 8, June 2 and Sept. 7) and optioned twice (May 9 and July 30)...finished rookie season with 6-3 record and 4.62 ERA (38ER/74.0 IP) in 15 games (11 starts)...posted 6-2 record and 4.21 ERA (32ER/68.1IP) as starter and 0-1 mark and 9.53 ERA (5.2 IP/6 ER) as reliever...opened career 4-0, one victory shy of club record for consecutive wins to start career (5-0)...first victory came in major league debut, June 2 at Kansas City, defeating Chris Haney and Royals, 7-5...allowed unearned run in second inning...both hits allowed were doubles (Jermaine Dye and Shane Halter)...Game included 12 ejections, the result of five hit batters and two bench-clearing altercations...made first career relief appearance, Sept. 13 at Baltimore (3.2 IP, 4 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 1 HR, 2 BB, 1 SO)...at Vancouver, finished 4-5 with two complete games and 4.32 ERA (44ER/91.2 IP) in 14 starts...made one start at double-A Midland (May 28 at San Antonio), posting 0-1 record with 6.23 ERA (6ER/8.2IP). 1997 Began season with Midland (double-A)...was 15-12 with five complete games, one shutout and 4.80 ERA (101ER/189.1 IP) in 29 starts...led Texas League in strikeouts (146), innings pitched, losses and HRs allowed (23)...ranked second in wins and tied for second in complete games...came within one out of no-hitter in 2-1 win over Wichita (8.2 IP, 1 H, 1 ER, 7 SO, 4 BB), June 26...struck out season-best 13 batters (8.0 IP), July 6 at Tulsa...promoted to Vancouver, Aug. 30. 1996 Split season between Vancouver, Midland (double-A) and Lake Elsinore (single-A)... began with Lake Elsinore, registering 6-3 mark with three complete games and 3.30 ERA (34ER/92.2IP) in 14 starts...transferred from Lake Elsinore to Midland, June 14...Was 5-6 with one complete game and 4.40 ERA (88 IP - 43 ER) in 13 starts for Angels...promoted to Canadians from Midland, July 19...was assigned back to Midland, July 27...overall in Vancouver, posted 0-2 mark with 10.80 ERA (8.1 IP - 10 ER) in two starts. 1995 Began professional career at single-A Boise...was 3-2 with 3.33 ERA (46 IP - 17 ER) and 54 strikeouts in eight starts...among Northwest League starters, ranked second in strikeouts per nine innings (10.57), runners per nine innings (9.98) and third in average against (.208)...promoted to Cedar Rapids (single-A), posting 0-1 mark with 3.44 ERA (7ER/18.1IP) in three starts.