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Scott Schoeneweis MLB Career Stats

577 47-57 5.01 972.0 568 1.47

Scott Schoeneweis Bio

  • Full Name: Scott David Schoeneweis
  • Born: 10/2/1973 in Long Branch, NJ
  • Draft: 1996, California Angels, 3rd rd. (85th overall)
  • College: Duke
  • Debut: 4/7/1999
  • Last Game: 5/16/2010
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MLB Career Stats 47 57 5.01 577 93 9 972.0 568 1.47


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Scott Schoeneweis Stats

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Scott Schoeneweis Advanced Stats

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Scott Schoeneweis Statcast Events


Scott Schoeneweis Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2002 Anaheim AL

Scott Schoeneweis Leaderboards


Season WHIP Rank
2000 1.47 23rd in AL

Batting Average Against

Season AVG Rank
2000 .276 23rd in AL

Games Started

Season GS Rank
2001 32 20th in AL

Complete Games

Season CG Rank
2001 1 24th in AL


Season SHO Rank
2000 1 4th in AL

Innings Pitched

Season IP Rank
2001 205.1 20th in AL


Season G Rank
2005 80 2nd in AL
2008 73 20th in NL


Season HLD Rank
2002 11 25th in AL
2005 21 8th in AL
2006 18 9th in AL
2008 15 23rd in NL

Bases on Balls

Season BB Rank
2001 77 8th in AL


Season H Rank
2001 227 7th in AL

Scott Schoeneweis Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
May 20, 2010 Boston Red Sox designated LHP Scott Schoeneweis for assignment.
April 4, 2010 Boston Red Sox selected the contract of LHP Scott Schoeneweis from Pawtucket Red Sox.
April 3, 2010 Scott Schoeneweis assigned to Pawtucket Red Sox.
March 26, 2010 Boston Red Sox signed free agent LHP Scott Schoeneweis to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
March 23, 2010 Milwaukee Brewers released LHP Scott Schoeneweis.
February 9, 2010 Milwaukee Brewers signed free agent LHP Scott Schoeneweis to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 6, 2009 LHP Scott Schoeneweis elected free agency.
September 7, 2009 Arizona Diamondbacks activated LHP Scott Schoeneweis from the 15-day disabled list.
August 11, 2009 Scott Schoeneweis roster status changed by Arizona Diamondbacks.
August 10, 2009 Arizona Diamondbacks placed LHP Scott Schoeneweis on the 15-day disabled list.
June 9, 2009 Arizona Diamondbacks activated LHP Scott Schoeneweis from the restricted list.
May 28, 2009 Arizona Diamondbacks placed LHP Scott Schoeneweis on the restricted list.
May 21, 2009 Arizona Diamondbacks placed LHP Scott Schoeneweis on the bereavement list.

Scott David Schoeneweis Bio Info

Scott David Schoeneweis...Graduated from Duke with a degree in history...was 30-16 overall for the Blue Devils, going 12-3 as a freshman, 8-3 as a sophomore, 0-6 as a junior and 10-4 as a senior...Ranks first on Duke's all-time list in wins and starts (51), second in strikeouts (315), seventh in innings pitched (302.2), 10th in appearances (67) and 13th in ERA (4.49)...Was an All-America selection as a freshman in 1993...Graduated from Lenape High in Medford, N.J., lettering in basketball and baseball...Was a member of the Major League All-Star team that played in Japan in November 2002, recording a 2.73 ERA in 3 games...Is helping to raise money to finance a new and expanded Ronald McDonald House for kids on the campus of the Duke University Medical Center. 2008 Is helping to raise money to finance a new and expanded Ronald McDonald House for kids on the campus of the Duke University Medical Center...Left-handed batters hit .178 (18-for-101) against him, the seventh-lowest average among all Major League relievers and second-lowest among left-handers...Did not allow a run in 10 outings, spanning 10.1 innings, from April 22-May 20...only allowed 1 run from April 22-June 1 (18.1 innings) for an 0.49 ERA...Went 9.0 consecutive innings without allowing a run from June 30-July 26...Was not scored upon in 10 of his last 13 outings, 36 of his last 45 outings, 41 of his last 52 outings and in 58 of his 72 appearances on the season. 2007 Was unscored upon in 22 of 30 appearances after the All-Star break...Did not surrender an earned run in 34 of his final 44 outings...Lefthanded batters hit .204 (19-93) off him...For his career, lefties have hit .229 (238-1,041) against him...Allowed seven of 43 inherited runners to score...Opponents hit .247 (24-97) against him after the All-Star break...Recorded his second save by getting the final out in New York's 7-6, 11-inning win on September 23rd at Florida...It was his eighth career save...Was third on the team with 11 holds...Hurled 1.1 scoreless innings, including stranding two inherited runners on September 21st at Florida to record his first save...Allowed two earned runs in his first 14.0 innings (1.29 ERA) from April 3rd-May 9th...Stranded the bases loaded in the eighth inning in New York's 1-0 triumph on April 29th at Washington...Did not permit a run in eight outings, spanning 7.1 innings from April 24th-May 9th...Constructed 6.1 scoreless innings in his first eight outings...Made his Mets debut with 0.2 scoreless innings on April 3rd at St. Louis. 2006 Began the season with Toronto and made 55 appearances before he was traded to Cincinnati on August 16th...Went 1.2 scoreless innings to gain his only save with the Blue Jays, July 21 at Yankee Stadium...Pitched a season-high 2.0 innings at Texas on July 5...In his 16 appearances for the Reds, he went 2-0 with an 0.63 ERA and converted all three of his save opportunities...National League opponents hit .176 (12-68) against him...On August 30 at Los Angeles, he allowed a solo home run to Wilson Betemit, the only run he allowed as Red...After the home run, he finished the season with nine scoreless appearances (8.0 innings)...In a 5-4 victory on Sept. 13 vs.San Diego, he worked 1.1 scoreless innings for his first NL triumph...Earned his first NL save in the 4-3 win vs. Houston on Aug. 21...Added two other saves: a 4-2 triumph vs. Pittsburgh on Sept. 10 and a 5-3 victory on Sept. 26 at Florida...Lefthanded batters hit .236 (21-89) against him...For his career, lefties are batting .231 (219-948) against him. 2005 Was 3-4 with one save and a 3.32 ERA in a career high 80 appearances... The 80 appearances led the team and were 2nd most in the AL... Established a new club record for appearances by a left-hander passing LHP Trever Miller (79 in 2003)... The 80 games tied him with Paul Quantrill for 4th on the all-time single season list... Led the team and finished 8th in the AL with 21 holds... Worked less than 1.0 inning in 46 of his 80 games... Allowed just three extra-base hits to LH hitters... Ranked 3rd on the team with 15 games finished... Had three blown saves... Appeared in seven of the first nine games of the season, registered a hold in four of those games... His last appearance was September 28 at BOS, worked a season high 1.2IP (H, K)... Was 1-1 with a 6.75 ERA (12ER/16.0IP) in April and May combined (span of 24 appearances)... From June 1 through the rest of the season was 2-3 with a 1.98 ERA (9ER/41.0IP) in 56 appearances... May 2 at BAL earned his 1st win of the season (0.1IP)... May 11 vs. KC gave up back-to-back homers to the two batters he faced in the 7th inning... Marked the only home runs he surrendered all season... In June was 1-1 with a 2.45 ERA in 11 appearances... From June 14 through July 15 went 16 straight games without allowing an earned run (11.2IP)... July 3 at BOS notched his 1st save of the season (2nd career)... In August, went 0-1 with a 1.86 ERA in 12 appearances... In September had a 0.77 ERA in 16 appearances (ER/11.2IP)... 16 appearances were the most by any Blue Jays pitcher in any month... Did not allow a run in his last 10 appearances of the season (8.0IP)... Prior to the All-Star Break was 2-2 with one save and a 4.30 ERA in 42 appearances... After the break was 1-2 with a 2.28 ERA in 38 appearances... Was 1-1 with a 2.83 ERA in 43 home appearances... Was 2-3 with one save and a 3.81 ERA in 37 road appearances... Retired 57 of the 80 first batters he faced... Stranded 46 of 60 inherited runners... WHAT THE HITTERS THOUGHT: Held opponents to a .245 batting average... Allowed just two home runs, fewest on the team... LH hitters batted .188 with one home run... RH hitters batted .306 with one home run... At Rogers Centre, opponents batted .261, while on the road they hit just .229. 2004 Was limited by elbow injuries to 19 starts and one relief appearance in his first full season with the White Sox... The 19 starts were his most since making 32 in 2001... Won a season high four straight decisions between April 17-May 19 but lost five straight starts from June 5-July 7 (7.06 ERA)... Made his first start with the White Sox on April 8 at NYY (3ER/6.0IP), ending a string of 98 consecutive relief appearances dating back to June 25, 2002... Earned first win on April 17 at TB, allowing one unearned run in 6.2 innings of work... ON THE SHELF: Was placed on the 15-day disabled list for the first time from June 22-July 7 with left elbow inflammation... Was placed on the 15-day disabled list for the 2nd time on Aug. 5 with left elbow inflammation... Underwent surgery on Aug. 13 to remove debris and bone chips from the elbow (performed by Dr. Lewis Yocum)... Final win came on July 19 at TEX... Surrendered nine runs in 1.1IP in his final start on Aug. 4 at KC, his shortest career start... After coming off the DL, returned to make one final appearance in relief on Oct. 2 at KC (ER/1.0IP)... Recorded six pickoffs, tied for 4th in the American League... The White Sox were 8-11 in his starts... Went 5-7 with a 4.71 ERA prior to the all-star break and 1-2 with a 9.95 ERA in the second half of the season... WHAT THE HITTERS THOUGHT: All 17 home runs allowed were to right-handers... Opponents hit .291 (129-443)... Right-handers hit .303 and lefties .244... AT THE PLATE: Hit a double on June 16 at FLA marking his first extra-base hit and was the first by a Sox pitcher since James Baldwin's triple on July 17, 1999 at STL. 2003 Split season between the Anaheim Angels and White Sox, going 3-2 with a 4.18 ERA (30 ER/64.2 IP) in 59 relief appearances ... was acquired from Anaheim on 7/29 along with pitcher Doug Nickle in exchange for Gary Glover and two minor leaguers ... was 2-1 with a 4.50 ERA (13 ER/26.0 IP) in 20 outings with the Sox ... compiled a 1.10 ERA (2 ER/16.1 IP) with 17 strikeouts over his final nine appearances ... averaged 7.8 strikeouts per 9.0 IP (56 SO/64.2 IP) and 2.6 walks (19 BB) ... 39 of his 59 outings were scoreless ... surrendered 10 of his 13 earned runs with the Sox in three outings ... allowed three home runs, all to right-handed hitters (one with Sox) ... did not allow a home run in his first 22 appearances (17.0 IP) with Anaheim ... suffered blown save on 8/4 vs. Kansas City, allowing four runs on three hits without retiring a batter ... opponents batted .252 (63-250) ... right-handers hit .275 (36-131) and left-handers .227 (27-119) ... limited first batters to a .208 (11-53) average ... stranded 40.0 percent (16-40) of inherited runners ... opponents were 20-69 (.290) with runners in scoring position and 4-8 (.500) with the bases loaded ... tossed at least 3.0 IP in three of his last nine appearances, including a career-high tying 3.2 IP on 9/16 at Minnesota ... also struck out a career-high five batters ... allowed 8.8 hits per 9.0 IP (63 H) ... opponents hit .175 during the day, .233 at home and .247 on grass ... earned his first win with the Sox on 7/31 at Kansas City after making his debut the previous day ... recorded a 1.46 ERA (4 ER/24.2 IP) in 17 appearances between 6/13-8/3 and a 2.62 ERA (10 ER/34.1 IP) in 33 games since 4/27 ... compiled an overall 2.9:1 strikeout-to-walk ratio, including a 3:1 ratio with the Sox (27 SO/9 BB) ... posted a 3.50 ERA (7 ER/18.0 IP) in May/June compared to 3.62 (15 ER/34.1 IP) from July-September ... was 1-1 with a 3.96 ERA (17 ER/38.2 IP) in 39 relief appearances with the Angels. 2002 Opened 2002 in starting rotation making 15 starts (6-6, 5.38 ERA)...Moved to bullpen June 28 (replaced in rotation by rookie John Lackey)...One of eight ML pitchers in 2002 that made at least 15 starts and 15 relief appearances...Earned first career save, Aug. 30 vs. Baltimore...Earned fourth win as a reliever, pitching two scoreless innings, Aug. 25 at Boston...Went 3-2 with a 3.25 ERA (27.2 IP - 10 ER) as a reliever (five of those runs came in one relief outing, July 15 at Min.)...Made first relief appearance since July 21, 1999 on July 2 vs. Baltimore...Was 6-6 with a 5.38 ERA (90.1 IP - 54 ER) in 15 starts in 2002...Equalled career-best four-game win streak, May 10-June 9 (six starts)...In last start of '02, dropped 11-5 decision, June 25 at Texas (4.2 IP, 4 H, 8 R, 8 ER, 5 BB, 2 SO)...Had made 74 consecutive starts before first relief outing in 2002...Limited left-handers to .202 batting average (26/129) and served as Angels' lone left-hander out of bullpen towards end of season and playoffs...Played with MLB All-Star Tour team in Japan during the off-season, appearing in relief in three games (0-0, 2.73 ERA, 3.1 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 HR, 1 HR, 2 BB, 1 SO).

2002 Post-Season:
Worked two innings of scoreless relief in Game 3 of World Series helping to preserve Anaheim's 10-4 win (1 H, 2 SO)...Made debut in WS Game 1 (0+ IP, 1 BB)...Appeared in one game of ALCS (.2 IP)...Pitched in three games of Division Series vs. New York...Pitched in Game 1 of series (0+ IP, 1 H, 1 R, 1 ER), posting blown save...All told, allowed one earned run in 3 IP with two strikeouts in '02 post-season. 2001 Completed sixth professional season and second full season with Angelsb&Posted 10-11 record with one complete game and 5.08 ERA (205.1 IP - 116 ER) in 32 startsb&Allowed 21 home runs, walked 77 and struck out 104...Made first Opening Day start of ML career (made Opening Day start at double-A Midland in 1997) and was fifth different Angels pitcher to start opener in as many seasons (Ken Hill -'00, Tim Belcher - '99, Chuck Finley - '98, Mark Langston - '97)...Set career bests in wins, ERA, games, starts, complete games (tied), innings pitched, hits (227), runs (122), earned runs, home runs (tied), hit batters (14), walks, strikeouts and wild pitches (4-tied)...Led club in starts (tied), hits, runs, earned runs, hit batters and walks...Ranked tied for seventh in AL in hits allowed, tied for third in hit batsman, third in earned runs allowed, tied for eighth in walks and third in runs allowed...Along with Ramon Ortiz (208.2 IP), became first Angels duo to post 200-or-more innings pitched in a season since Chuck Finley (203) and Mark Langston (200.1) in 1995...Set club record for runs allowed (11), May 23 at Baltimore and tied club record for hit batters (4) in a game, June 7 vs. Oakland...Six walked batters, April 8 at Oakland and 12 hits allowed, May 23 at Baltimore, equalled most by an Angel in game this season...Also allowed eight runs in third inning, Aug. 21 vs. Boston, allowed seven hits in an inning, June 29 vs. Seattle (1st) and May 23 at Baltimore (1st) and lost five straight decisions, June 13-July 4, most by an Angel in 2001...Posted career-best four-game win streak, July 12-Aug. 16 (also April 5-May 2, 2000)...Was 6-3 with a 3.92 ERA (82.2 IP - 36 ER) in first 12 starts...Was 0-3 with a 6.75 ERA (45.1 IP - 34 ER) in last eight starts...Tossed second career complete game, July 4 at Oakland (2-0 loss)...Longest outing of season came July 12 vs. Arizona (8.2 IP, 4-1 win)...Struck out career-best nine batters, June 19 at Texas, equalling personal best (Aug. 11, 2000 vs. NY)...18 of 32 starts were "quality" starts (6 IP, 3 ER-or-less)...Allowed three earned runs-or-less in 20 of 32 starts in 2001 (8-5 record)...Angels were shutout in four of his starts...Pitched in to seventh inning-or-later in 20 of 32 starts...Has pitched into seventh inning-or-later in 31 of last 44 starts and 42 of 59 overall in career...Stranded 27 runners to bullpen, 13 of which scored...Left contest with lead five times that resulted in no decisions...Angels were 18-14 in his starts...Was 5-3 with a 5.40 ERA (105 IP - 63 ER) in 16 starts at home and 5-8 with one complete game and a 4.75 ERA (100.1 IP - 53 ER) in 16 starts on road...Was 2-2 with 2.91 ERA (43.1 IP - 14 ER) in April...ERA in all other months was 4.28 or higher...Finished 2-1 with 2.14 ERA (21 IP - 5 ER) against Toronto and 1-0 with 2.93 ERA (15.1 IP - 5 ER) vs. Kansas City...Was 6-8 with 4.95 ERA prior to All-Star break and 4-3 with 5.25 ERA after...Opponents batted .281 (227/808) against him, including .209 (41/196, 0 HR) vs. left-handers and .304 (186/612, 21 HR) vs. right-handers...13 of 21 home runs allowed were solo...Opponents hit .296 with RISP and .333 with bases loaded (1 GS)...Slam was hit by Doug Mirabelli, Aug. 21 vs. Boston, second allowed in career...Posted 1.000 fielding percentage (47 TC)...Registered 11 putouts, 36 assists and was involved in five double plays...Has just one error in career...Basestealers were successful on 20 of 29 stolen base attempts (69%)...Posted five pickoff/caught stealing...As batter, posted two walks and is 1-for-3 (.333) with one RBI lifetime. 2000 Completed fifth professional season and first full season with Angels ... Posted 7-10 record with one complete game, one shutout and 5.45 ERA (170 IP - 103 ER) in 27 starts ... Allowed 21 home runs, walked 67 and struck out 78 ... Led club in losses, starts, shutouts (tied), innings pitched, hits allowed, runs allowed, earned runs allowed, hit batters (6), walks and strikeouts ... Seven wins tied for club lead by a starter (Jarrod Washburn) ... Seven wins as starter, 170 innings pitched and 78 strikeouts is fewest to lead club in non-strike season in club history ... Placed on 15-day disabled list, June 17-July 25, due to strained right rib cage ... Marked first career stint on DL ... Did not record a decision with 0.00 ERA (7 IP - 0 ER) in one rehab start at triple-A Edmonton and was 0-0 with 1.93 ERA (4.2 IP - 1 ER) in one rehab start at single-A Lake Elsinore ... Tossed first career complete game and shutout, April 10 vs. Toronto ... Defeated Chris Carpenter and Blue Jays, 6-0 ... Allowed two runners to reach third base ... 18 of 27 outs were groundball outs ... Marked first Angelsb complete game shutout since April 17, 1998 vs. Tampa Bay (5-0; Chuck Finley) ... Was 1-for-3 with an RBI, collecting first major league hit (single to left) and RBI off Armando Reynoso, June 11 at Arizona ... Struck out career-best nine batters, Aug. 11 vs. New York, equalling best by an Angel in 2000 ... Walked season-high six batters, Sept. 26 at Oakland, including five in first inning ... Tossed season-best 11 straight scoreless innings, April 5-16, equalling best by an Angel in 2000 ... Opened season 4-0 after six starts and was fastest Angel to win four games to start a season (five starts) since Terry Clark in 1985 (five starts) ... Frank Tanana (1978) and Bo Belinsky (1962) are only two pitchers to win four straight starts to open season ... Was one win shy of tying club record five wins to start season (Shawn Boskie - 1995 , Mike Butcher - 1995, Terry Clark - 1988, Pat Clements - 1985, Frank Tanana - 1978 and Bo Belinsky - 1962) ... Lost four straight decisions (seven starts), June 11-Aug. 5 ... Defeated David Cone and New York, 12-6, April 5 at Edison Field ... Win came in first major league start ... Defeated Steve Sparks and Detroit, 1-0, Sept. 6 at Comerica Park ... Marked first 1-0 game involving Angels in Detroit since July 6, 1966 at Tiger Stadium (1-0 win; 10 inn.) ... Registered 4.74 ERA (79.2 IP - 42 ER) in innings 1-3, 6.58 ERA (67 IP - 49 ER) in innings 4-6 and 4.63 ERA (23.1 IP - 12 ER) in seventh inning or later ... Pitched into seventh inning-or-later in 10 of last 13 starts and 20 of 27 overall ... Angels were 10-17 in his starts ... Allowed double digit hits four times, including season-high 11 twice ... Allowed season-high nine runs and three home runs, May 12 vs. Texas (6 IP) ... Left 25 runners to bullpen, eight of which scored ... Left contest with three leads, resulting in blown saves by bullpen ... Was 4-3 with one complete game, one shutout and 5.11 ERA (68.2 IP - 39 ER) in 10 starts at home and 3-7 with 5.68 ERA (101.1 IP - 64 ER) in 17 starts on road ... Was 4-0 with 3.15 ERA (34.1 IP - 12 ER) in April ... ERA in all other months was 5.40 or higher ... Finished 2-0 with 1.88 ERA (24 IP - 5 ER) against Detroit and 1-0 with 2.87 ERA (15.2 IP - 5 ER) vs. Toronto ... Was 5-5 with a 5.08 ERA prior to All-Star break and 2-5 with a 5.87 ERA after ... Opponents batted .276 (183/662) against him, including .294 (45/153, 4 HR) vs. left-handers and .271 (138/509, 17 HR) vs. right-handers. 1999 Was on Angels' opening day roster and made major league debut as reliever, April 7 vs. Cleveland at Edison Field (.1 IP, 4 H, 5 R, 5 ER, 1 BB) ... Posted 0.71 ERA in May (12.2 IP - 1 ER) and did not allow earned run in nine straight relief appearances, May 8 - June 4 (7.1 IP, 6 SO) to lower ERA from 5.06 to 3.23 ... Suffered loss, June 16 at Toronto, for first major league decision of career (1 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB) ... Earned first major league win in relief, June 24 at Seattle (.2 IP, 1 H, 1 SO) ... Longest outing of season came May 3 vs. Chicago (3.2 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 SO) ... Collected season-high three strikeouts, July 21 at Texas (2.1 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER) ... Optioned to triple-A Edmonton, July 23 ... At Edmonton, went 2-4 with 7.64 ERA (35.1 IP - 30 ER) in nine games (seven starts) with Trappers ... Posted 1.74 ERA (10.1 IP - 2 ER) in two wins and 11.15 mark (15.1 IP - 19 ER) in four losses ... Suffered loss in longest outing of season, Aug. 18 vs. Calgary (7 IP, 8 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 1 HR, 1 BB, 1 SO) ... Best outing of season came in final start of campaign, Sept. 5 vs. Iowa (Win; 5.1 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 HR, 1 BB, 6 SO) ... Strikeout total marked season-high.