Pete Munro

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Pete Munro MLB Career Stats

120 13-19 4.88 315.1 189 1.57

Pete Munro Bio

  • Full Name: Peter Daniel Munro
  • Born: 6/14/1975 in Flushing, NY
  • Draft: 1993, Boston Red Sox, 6th rd. (163rd overall)
  • College: Northwest Florida State
  • Debut: 4/6/1999
  • Last Game: 10/1/2004
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MLB Career Stats 13 19 4.88 120 40 0 315.1 189 1.57


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Peter Daniel Munro Bio Info

He and his wife, Samantha, make their off-season home in Houston...pitched one season at Okaloosa Walton Community College in Niceville, Fla...played baseball and soccer at Cardozo High School in Bayside, NY...selected as New York public school baseball player of year in 1993...participated in Little League and Babe Ruth League programs...favorite team growing up was the New York Mets and favorite player was Len Dykstra...drafted by Boston in the sixth round of the June 1993 free agent draft and signed by scout Matthew Sczesny. 2004 Signed by Houston as a free agent on June 3 after he was released from the Minnesota Twins organization...made 19 starts for the Astros and appeared in 21 games, finishing 4-7 with a 5.15 ERA (57ER/99.2IP)...made two starts in the NLCS vs. St. Louis and did not record a decision...struck out four over 4.2 innings in Game 2...posted a 9.00 ERA (7ER/7IP) in two postseason starts...did not record a decision in his final start of the season on Oct. 1 vs. Colorado...marked his shortest start of the season, tossing 2.2 innings with one run on six hits...suffered the loss on Sept. 10 at Pittsburgh, allowing four runs on a season-high-tying eight hits (fourth time) over 5.0 innings...won his second consecutive start on Sept. 5 vs. Pittsburgh...allowed five runs on four hits over five innings in the Astros 10-5 win...snapped a three-game losing streak on Aug. 30 at Cincinnati and recorded his first win since July 25...fanned a season-high six batters over 5.0 innings...received the loss and was roughed up for a season-high six runs on a season-high tying eight hits, including four home runs, over four innings on Aug. 20 vs. Chicago...did not record a decision on Aug. 15 at Montreal...allowed a season-high four walks and tossed a career-high 122 pitches over 6.0 innings...suffered his third loss of the season in the Astros 5-4 defeat vs. Atlanta on Aug. 4...allowed four runs on a season-high eight hits over 4.1 innings of work...earned his second win of the season in the Astros 9-1 victory vs. Milwaukee July 25...threw seven shutout innings in a game for the first time in his career...allowed six hits, walked none and struck out five...suffered his first loss of the year on June 23 vs. Pittsburgh...allowed four runs on four hits over 6.1 innings while striking out four...notched his first win of the year in his third consecutive start on June 18 vs. Anaheim...tossed 6.1 shutout innings in his second Interleague appearance of the season...made his first start of the season on June 13 at Milwaukee, allowing one run over four innings and receiving a no-decision...tossed 4.2 innings of relief on June 7 at Seattle - a season-high for an Astros pitcher on the season...fanned four batters...made his 2004 debut as an Astro on June 4 at St. Louis, tossing one scoreless inning in a 5-3 Houston loss...released by the Twins on June 1...signed by Houston as a free agent on June 3...started the year in the Minnesota Twins organization...went 6-3 with a 3.88 ERA (22ER/51IP) in 10 starts with Triple A Rochester...signed with Minnesota as a free agent on Nov. 18, 2003.