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Damaso Marte MLB Career Stats

23-27 3.48 503.2 533 1.26

Damaso Marte Bio

  • Full Name: Damaso Marte
  • Born: 2/14/1975 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • Debut: June 30, 1999
  • Ret., Final Game: 7/7/2010
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MLB Career Stats 23 27 3.48 570 0 36 503.2 533 1.26


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Damaso Marte Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2005 Chi White Sox AL
2009 NY Yankees AL

Damaso Marte Leaderboards


Season SV Rank
2002 10 17th in AL
2003 11 16th in AL
2004 6 22nd in AL
2005 4 25th in AL
2008 5 25th in NL


Season G Rank
2002 68 10th in AL
2003 71 13th in AL
2004 74 7th in AL
2006 75 12th in NL


Season HLD Rank
2002 14 13th in AL
2003 14 17th in AL
2004 21 3rd in AL
2005 22 7th in AL
2008 15 23rd in NL

Damaso Marte Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
October 30, 2011 LHP Damaso Marte elected free agency.
August 25, 2011 sent LHP Damaso Marte on a rehab assignment to GCL Yankees.
March 30, 2011 New York Yankees placed LHP Damaso Marte on the 60-day disabled list retroactive to March 22, 2011. Left shoulder labrum inflammation.
November 3, 2010 New York Yankees activated LHP Damaso Marte from the 60-day disabled list.
September 1, 2010 New York Yankees transferred LHP Damaso Marte from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
July 17, 2010 New York Yankees placed LHP Damaso Marte on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to July 8, 2010. Sore left shoulder.
August 21, 2009 New York Yankees activated LHP Damaso Marte from the 60-day disabled list.
August 8, 2009 New York Yankees transferred LHP Damaso Marte from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
July 20, 2009 sent LHP Damaso Marte on a rehab assignment to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
July 16, 2009 sent LHP Damaso Marte on a rehab assignment to GCL Yankees.
May 3, 2009 New York Yankees placed LHP Damaso Marte on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 26, 2009. Left shoulder tendinitis.
April 26, 2009 Damaso Marte roster status changed by New York Yankees.

Damaso Marte Bio Info

Damaso Savinon Marte ("DAH-mah-so" "MAR-tay")...signed his rst professional contract at the age of 16...Visited with kids at P.S. 55 in the Bronx for National Literacy Day in September 2008. 2010 Was 0-0 with a 4.08 ERA in 30 relief appearances with the Yankees...opponents batted .161 (10-for-62, 2HR); LH .146 (6-for-41, 1HR), RH .190 (4-for-21, 1HR)...retired 23-of-30 first batters faced (76.7%)...prevented 16-of-22 inherited runners from scoring (72.7%)...appeared in consecutive games six times...Tossed less than 1.0 inning in 22 of his 30 outings...held opponents scoreless in his first seven appearances and 21 of his first 23 games through 6/13...included was nine straight scoreless outings from 5/15-6/13 (4.1IP)...Made his ninth career Opening Day roster in 2010, second with the Yankees...Tossed 1.2IP in 5/17 win at Boston, marking his longest outing since throwing 2.0 innings of relief on 6/20/08 vs. Toronto...Threw 29 pitches in 6/17 loss vs. Philadelphia, allowing 1ER in 0.2IP (2BB)...marked his most pitches since 8/10/08 at Los Angeles-AL (also 29 pitches)...Retired 23 of his final 25 left-handed batters faced from 5/15-7/7 (1H, 1BB)...Held opponents hitless in 17 straight at-bats from 5/17-6/30 prior to Chone Figgins' single in 6/30 loss vs. Seattle, marking his longest such streak as a Yankee...also allowed a Russell Branyan home run in the game, snapping an 0-for-19 stretch by left-handed batters (dating back to a double by Minnesota's Justin Morneau on 5/14 at Yankee Stadium)-credit: Elias...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list prior to 7/17 game with left shoulder in ammation (retroactive to 7/8)...was transferred to the 60-day disabled list on 9/1, missing the remainder of the season (78 games). 2009 Was 1-3 with a 9.45 ERA in 21 relief appearances with the Yankees... opponents batted .278 (15-for-54, 3HR); LH .120 (3-for-25, 1HR), RH .414 (12-for-29, 2HR)... 15 of his 21 appearances were scoreless... stranded 17-of-21 inherited runners (81.0%)... retired 16-of-21 first batters faced (76.2%)... appeared in consecutive games once and three straight games twice (4/22-25 and 9/22-25)...Made his eighth career Opening Day roster... allowed 1H in 0.1IP in the Yankees' Opening Day loss at Baltimore on 4/6... surrendered a career-high-tying 6R/6ER (second time, also 1999) in 4/16 loss vs. Cleveland, throwing 1.0 inning of relief in the first regular season game at Yankee Stadium (3H, 1BB, 1HP, 2HR)... on 4/24 at Boston, allowed "walk-off" solo-HR to Kevin Youkilis in the bottom of the 11th to suffer his first loss (1.1IP, 1H, 1ER, 3K)...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 5/3 (retroactive to 4/26) with left shoulder inflammation... began throwing program in Tampa on 5/23... was examined by Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, Ala., on 6/15, who seconded the Yankees' diagnosis of left shoulder inflammation... was transferred to the 60-day D.L. on 8/8... made 12 rehab appearances, combining to go 0-1 with a 3.00 ERA (12.0IP, 10H, 4ER, 4BB, 10K, 2HR) with Scranton/WB and the GCL Yankees...Was returned from rehab on 8/14 and excused for personal reasons... was reinstated from the disabled list on 8/21, prior to the Yankees' 20-11 win at Fenway Park... retired both of his batters faced (0.2IP, 1K) that night in the Yankees victory, entering with the bases loaded in the seventh inning in first appearance since 4/25...Held opponents scoreless in 12 of his 14 outings after returning from the disabled list... four of his five runs allowed over the span came in 9/11 loss vs. Baltimore, in which he was tagged with the loss... snapped a 14-game winning streak by the Yankees bullpen, dating back to 8/5...Did not allow a run in eight postseason appearances, holding opponents to 2H with 0BB and 5K in 4.0IP... after allowing singles to his first two hitters faced in the ALDS, retired his final 12 batters of the postseason... tied eight other pitchers for the fifthmost appearances in a single postseason without allowing any runs...Faced eight batters in four World Series appearances vs. Philadelphia, recording 5K (Utley twice, Howard twice and Werth)... faced Ryan Howard in all four outings, retiring him each time...Made two scoreless relief appearances with the Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic prior to the season (2.0IP, 1H, 2K)... missed a little over a week upon return from the WBC with left shoulder inflammation. 2008 Was 5-3 with a 4.02 ERA in 72 combined relief appearances between the Yankees and Pirates... was acquired by the Yankees along with OF Xavier Nady on 7/26 in exchange for OF Jose Tabata and RHPs Ross Ohlendorf, Jeff Karstens and Daniel McCutchen...Opponents batted .214 (52-for-243, 5HR); LH .247 (21- for-85, 1HR), RH .196 (31-for-158, 4HR)... appeared in consecutive games 16 times, three straight once (5/24- 27) and four straight once (8/27-30)... stranded 37-of-46 inherited runners (80.4%)... retired 55-of-72 first-batters faced (76.4%)... tossed more than 1.0 inning 13 times, including a season-high 2.0 innings four times... was called upon to face one batter seven times, including five times with the Yankees...Over the last five years (2004-08), has made the fourthmost appearances in the Majors (352)... among lefthanded relievers in the Majors over the last five years, ranks second in appearances and fourth in strikeouts...Went 1-1 with a 2.45 ERA against AL East opponents in 2008 and owns a career record of 2-2 with a 1.88 ERA in 82 appearances vs. the AL East...In 25 games with the Yankees, went 1-3 with a 5.40 ERA... while with the Yankees, retired 15-of-25 first batters faced (60.0%)... stranded 11-of-15 inherited runners (73.3%)... opponents batted .206 (14-for-68, 1HR); LH .233 (7-for-30, 0HR); RH .184 (7-for-38, 1HR)...Allowed just 2ER over his final 16 appearances (11.0IP) from 8/16-9/28 as the Yankees went 14-2 in games he pitched in over the stretch... opponents batted just .135 off him over the span (5-for-37)...Made his Yankees debut in 7/26 win at Boston, striking out only batter faced (Ortiz) with two on and one out in the seventh (0.1IP, 1K)... arrived at Fenway Park less than two hours before first pitch following the trade...Reached the 50-appearance plateau for the eighth consecutive season with his outing on 7/29 vs. Baltimore...Suffered first loss of the season on 8/4 at Texas, allowing "walk-off" grand slam in the bottom of the ninth to Marlon Byrd... according to the Elias Sports Bureau, became the fourth Yankee since 1960 to allow a game-ending grand slam, joining Lindy McDaniel (7/7/70 at Baltimore, Brooks Robinson), Cecilio Guante (6/21/88 at Detroit, Alan Trammell) and Mariano Rivera (7/14/02 at Cleveland, Bill Selby)...Made four appearances in as many days from 8/27-30, going 0-1 and allowing 1ER in a combined 2.1IP (1H, 0BB, 3K)...Recorded his first win as a Yankee in 9/13 Game 2 victory vs. Tampa Bay, tossing a perfect seventh (2K) after the Yankees rallied from 4-1 deficit...Was 4-0 with five saves and a 3.47 ERA in 47 relief appearances with the Pirates, striking out 47 batters in 46.2 innings pitched (16BB) before being acquired by the Yankees... at the time of the trade, opponents were batting .217 (38-for-175, 4HR); LH .255 (14-for-55, 1HR), RH .200 (24-for-120, 3HR)... was a member of Pittsburgh's Opening Day roster for the third straight year...Walked two of three batters faced and allowed two runs in 0.1IP on 3/31 Opening Day in Atlanta... was charged with 4ER in his next outing on 4/2 at Atlanta, combining for an 81.00 ERA over his first two appearances of the season (0.2IP, 4H, 6ER, 2BB, 1K, 1HR)...Over his next 45 outings from 4/5-7/23, posted a 2.35 ERA (46.0IP, 12ER) before being acquired by the Yankees...In his third appearance on 4/5 at Florida, struck out four of five batters faced in 1.2 scoreless innings... was the first of six consecutive scoreless outings through 4/16 (5.2IP)...Went 3-0 with a 2.08 ERA (13.0IP/3ER) in 12 appearances during the month of May... retired 22 straight batters from 4/25-5/9...Was scored upon in just two of his 15 games in June (14.2IP, 2ER)... surrendered his lone home run to a left-handed hitter of the season on 6/9 vs. Arizona (Stephen Drew)...Picked up his first career NL save on 6/12 vs. Washington... was his first save since 8/27/05 (w/ Chicago-AL)...Suffered two blown saves within a three-outing span from 6/28-7/1, surrendering a solo home run on 6/28 to Jonny Gomes vs. Tampa Bay and allowing a two-run homer to Brandon Phillips on 7/1 at Cincinnati...Became the Pirates' full-time closer on 7/2 when Matt Capps was placed on the disabled list... converted each of his five save opportunities from 7/2-23... 2007 Spent second straight full season with Pittsburgh...Pitched 1.0 inning or less in 58 of his 65 appearances. ...Held left-handed hitters to a .094 batting average (6-for-64) and just two hits in their last 44 at bats (.045)...Surrendered both of his home runs to switch hitters who were batting right-handed; Tony Clark in Arizona on 8/9 and Lance Berkman in Houston on 9/14...Was not charged with an earned run in his first eight outings (6.1ip/1r)...Struck out four of the six batters he faced on 4/13 vs. San Francisco...Did not retire a batter while allowing first earned run on 4/21 at Los Angeles (the Pirates lost the game on a walkoff grand slam by Russell Martin)...Did not allow a run in 13 consecutive appearances from 4/22 thru 5/26 (10.2ip)...Allowed just nine hits through 5/12...Was scored upon once in 12 outings during May and held opponents to four hits in 34 at bats (.118 average) for the month...Had a 0.98 ERA (18.1ip/2er) after his first 25 appearances thru 6/4 while holding opposing batters to a .182 average (12-for-66)...Posted a 0.00 ERA in July (10.1ip) while limiting opposing batters to a .107 batting average (3-for-28). ...Pitched 11.2 consecutive scoreless innings in 13 appearances from 6/27 thru 8/2...Did not allow an earned run in his first 21 games at PNC Park before giving up two runs to the Mets on 8/15...Did not allow a hit in 32 consecutive at bats against lefthanders, which was the longest streak of consecutive hitless at bats by left-handed batters against any pitchers in the majors; streak was snapped on 8/11 at San Francisco when Ryan Klesko's fly ball to left field was lost in the sun by Jason Bay and ruled a double. ...Picked up his two victories in back-to-back outings on 8/16 vs. New York (NL) and 8/20 at Colorado...Produced a 1.69 ERA in his 30 games at PNC Park...Allowed 11 of his 45 inherited runners to score...Went 0-for-2 at the plate, striking out on 5/26 at Cincinnati and grounding out on 6/12 vs. Texas. 2006 Spent entire season with Pittsburgh...Established career high in appearances and fell three shy of the club record for a left-handed pitcher (Scott Sauerbeck with 78 in 2002)...Worked 1.0 inning or less in 66 of his 75 outings...Averaged 9.7 strikeouts per 9.0ip...Lost first seven decisions; career-high seven-game losing streak stretched from 4/5 to 8/16...Went 0-1 with a 20.25 ERA (1.1ip/3er) in three relief appearances for the Dominican Republic in the inaugural World Baseball Classic...Returned to Bradenton, FL, prior to the ending of the World Baseball Classic with left shoulder irritation...Was limited to one game in spring training while battling left shoulder irritation and a stiff neck...Suffered a blown save on Opening Day in Milwaukee in Pittsburgh's 5-2 loss...Allowed one run in his first six appearances (1.2ip)...Suffered first loss while not retiring a batter in 3-2 setback at Milwaukee on 4/5...Was scored upon just three times in his first 19 games thru 5/17 (12.0ip/3er - 2.25 ERA)...Made eight straight scoreless appearances (6.2ip) before allowing a run in loss vs. Arizona on 5/10...Allowed a season-high four runs (two earned) on 5/22 at Arizona...Limited opponents to five hits in 35 at bats (.143 average) from 5/30 to 6/23...Did not allow an earned run in eight straight games (4.2ip) from 7/20 thru 8/5...Retired only batter he faced on 8/22 at Atlanta and picked up lone victory of the season...Was scored upon just once in final 10 appearances (10.0ip/2er)...Suffered five blown saves and allowed 11 of his 40 inherited runners to score...Went hitless in his two plate appearances, grounding out on 7/3 at New York (NL) and 8/28 vs. Chicago (NL). ...Agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension on 11/27...Made two appearances in Dominican Winter League (3.2ip/0r). 2005 Agreed to terms on a three-year contract with the White Sox with club options for 2007 and 2008 on 3/5...Spent fourth straight full season with the World Champion White Sox...Converted four of his eight save chances...Averaged 10.7 strikeouts per 9.0ip, his best mark since 2002 (also 10.7)...Was scored upon in just 16 of his 66 appearances...Held the first batter he faced to a .173 (9-for-52) average, the seventh-lowest mark in the American League...Picked up first victory on 4/6 vs. Cleveland in Chicago's 4-3 comeback win...Suffered losses in consecutive appearances on 4/26 and 4/27 at Oakland...Was charged with his third loss on 5/16 vs. Texas after surrendering a game-winning homer to Kevin Mench...Recorded two straight blown saves on 5/30 and 5/31 vs. the Angels...Earned third win on 6/24 at Los Angeles (AL), retiring each of the six batters he faced...Did not pitch from 6/8-13 due to a sore left bicep...Was on the 15-day disabled list from 6/27 to 7/14 with an inflamed left trapezius...Spent rehab appearance with Charlotte (White Sox' AAA) from 7/10-12...Had string of 14 straight scoreless appearances on the road come to an end on 8/1 at Baltimore (0.1ip/1er)...Rejoined team on 9/16 at Minnesota following a four-game absence and retired both batters faced in his first outing since 9/7...Posted a 9.45 ERA (6.2ip/7er) over his last 14 outings...Allowed nine of his 37 inherited runners to score...Made one appearance in the A.L. Division Series against Boston, walking two batters and allowing a hit in Game Three on 10/7...Did not pitch in the A.L.C.S. against the Angels...Was the winning pitcher in Game Three of the World Series, tossing 1.2 scoreless frames in Chicago's 7-5, 14-inning victory in Houston. 2004 Ranked seventh in the American League in appearances; the eighth-highest total in White Sox history, fifth-highest among lefthanders...Also established career high in wins...Held opposing hitters to a .217 batting average, which included a .143 mark to left-handed batters (14-for-98)...Converted six of his 12 save opportunities and allowed 10 of his 40 inherited runners to score...Posted a 2.45 ERA (40.1ip/11er) prior to the All-Star break and a 4.59 ERA (33.1ip/17er) in the second half...Suffered blown save and loss on Opening Day at Kansas City, allowing three runs on three hits without recording an out (surrendered a game-tying, three-run homer to Mendy Lopez and a game-winning, two-run shot to Carlos Beltran)...Compiled a 1.69 ERA (42.2ip/8er) over his next 38 games...Suffered consecutive blown saves on 4/27 vs. Cleveland and 5/1 vs. Toronto...Matched his career high with five strikeouts on 6/17 at Florida (2.0ip)...Recorded a 1.69 ERA (16.0ip/3er) in June, his only monthly ERA below 2.00...Was charged with last blown save on 9/17 at Detroit...Earned last save on 9/26 vs. Kansas City...Posted a 6.30 ERA (10.0ip/7er) over his final 12 games. 2003 Established career highs in saves, innings pitched and strikeouts...His 1.58 ERA ranked fourth among A.L. relievers and was the second-lowest figure by a Sox reliever since 1970 (Ed Farmer, 1.07 in 1979)...Also ranked among the A.L. relief leaders in ERA (fourth) and strikeouts (fifth)...Limited lefthanders to a .168 (21-for-125) average, third-best mark among league relievers, and righthanders to a .199 (29-for-146) mark...Made 18 straight scoreless outings from 4/20 to 6/10, allowing just eight hits and lowering his ERA from 4.26 to 1.06 - the streak came to an end on 6/12 vs. San Francisco when he gave up game-winning grand slam to Rich Aurilia after inheriting bases-loaded jam...Allowed five runs in 5.1ip over six games from 6/12-22, but then compiled a 0.41 ERA (22.0ip/1er) over next 16 outings from 6/24 thru 7/29...Set season highs with 3.0 scoreless innings pitched and five strikeouts on 8/20 vs. Anaheim...Pitched 13.0 consecutive scoreless innings from 8/30 to 9/23...Compiled a 1.09 ERA (49.2ip/6er) over his final 39 outings and a 0.84 ERA (21.1ip/2er) over his final 16...Posted a monthly ERA below 1.00 three times during the season. ...Converted final seven save chances and 11-of-18 overall...Allowed 16 of his 53 inherited runners to score...Was scored upon in just 11 of his 71 appearances...Pitched in five games for Estrellas in the Dominican Winter League, going 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA (6.1ip). 2002 Spent first full season in the majors with Chicago (AL) after being acquired from Pittsburgh on 3/27...Limited left-handed hitters to a .149 (15-for-101) average, the lowest mark in the A.L. and second-lowest figure by a Sox pitcher since 1980 (Kevin Hickey, .146 in 1981)...Led club in appearances and the bullpen in ERA and strikeouts...His average of 10.74 strikeouts per 9.0ip ranked second among relievers in Sox history behind Roberto Hernandez (12.67 in 1995)...Picked up first major league win on 4/16 vs. Cleveland...Compiled scoreless streak of 10.0 innings from 5/1-25 and a 1.92 ERA (51.2ip/11er) in 57 appearances after 5/1. ...Tossed 9.1 scoreless frames from 6/18 to 7/12...Earned first career save on 7/6 vs. Cleveland and converted all 10 saves chances after that date...Suffered lone loss on 7/18 at Kansas City when he allowed a game-ending homer to Raul Ibanez in the 9th inning. ...Allowed 14 of his 50 inherited runners to score...Pitched for Estrellas in the Dominican Winter League, going 0-1 with a 3.97 ERA (11.1ip/5er) and 14 strikeouts in 12 appearances...Went 3-0 with a 1.69 ERA (10.2ip/2er) and 17 strikeouts in the playoffs. 2001 Began season with Norwich (Yankees' AA)...Went 2-0 with a 1.20 ERA (15.0ip/2er) in nine games during the month of April, which included a six-game (7.1ip) scoreless streak from 4/11-24...Won back-to-back decisions on 4/24 and 4/28...Notched lone save on 5/6 at New Haven...Lost lone game with Norwich on 5/13 vs. New Britain...Was acquired by Pittsburgh in deal for Enrique Wilson on 6/13 and was assigned to Nashville (AAA)...Tossed 2.0 scoreless innings in first outing on 6/15 vs. Las Vegas...Was scored upon in back-to-back outings on 6/17 and 6/19 (3.0ip/2er)...Had contract purchased by Pittsburgh on 6/23...Hurled 3.0 scoreless frames (one hit) in first appearance with Pirates on 6/24 vs. Montreal...Made four straight scoreless outings (6.0ip) before giving up three runs in 0.2ip on 7/5 at Cincinnati...Failed to record an out and was charged with two earned runs in his next appearance on 7/21 at St. Louis...Surrendered just one earned run in eight outings (14.0ip) from 7/24 to 8/22, lowering ERA from 6.75 to 2.61. ...Tossed season-high 3.2 innings on 8/3 at Colorado...Lost lone game on 8/14 at Arizona...Was scored upon in six straight games from 8/22 to 9/20 (11.0ip/13r/11er/4hr)...Struck out career-high five batters on 8/31 at Cincinnati...Was scored upon just once in last four games (6.2ip/2er)...Allowed eight of his 15 inherited runners to score...Went 0-for-4 at the plate. 2000 Suffered an injury-plagued season; his last one in the Seattle organization...Was on the disabled list from 4/7 to 8/22 with a left elbow strain...Made first of two rehab starts for the Peoria Mariners of the Arizona Rookie League on 8/14...Surrendered just one hit and struck out six batters in his two rehab appearances (5.0ip)...Was assigned to New Haven (Mariners' AA) on 8/22...Did not record a decision in his four Double-A outings. 1999 Began season with Tacoma (Mariners' AAA)...Was promoted to Seattle on 6/30 and made major league debut that night @Oakland (1.0ip/2h/3r/3er/1bb/0so)...Tossed 2.0 scoreless frames @Texas on 7/3...Pitched career-high 4.0 innings on 7/20 vs. Arizona...Was optioned back to Triple-A on 7/2. 1998 Spent entire season with Orlando (Mariners' AA)...Began season on D.L. with a left elbow strain...Was reinstated on 5/2 and tossed 5.0 innings that night in a 9-1 win vs. Knoxville...Went 0-1 with a 9.00 ERA (15.0ip/15er) in a three-start stretch from 6/19-30...Went 3-0 with a 3.86 ERA in six games from 7/14-29 (37.1ip/16er), which improved his record to 5-3...Tossed 6.2 scoreless innings in a 13-0 win vs. West Tenn on 8/15...Was on D.L. from 9/2-22 with a left forearm strain...Ranked second on the staff in strikeouts and third in innings pitched...Made two appearances with Escogido in the Dominican Winter League. 1997 Spent entire season with Lancaster (Mariners' A)...Missed most of the month of April after spending time on the D.L. with tendinitis in his left elbow from 4/3 to 4/17...Set minor league career high in strikeouts...Lost five consecutive starts between 5/9-30...Snapped losing streak with victory on 6/10 vs. Lake Elsinore and then won eight of his 10 decisions between 6/19 and 8/26. ...Won four straight decisions from 6/29 to 7/30...Named California League Pitcher-of-the-Week on 8/16 after going 2-0 with a 0.56 ERA (16.0ip/1er) in two starts...Hurled four-hit shutout @Stockton on 8/15 (11 K's)...Pitched with Escogido in the Dom. Winter League. 1996 Spent entire season with Wisconsin (A)...Led club in strikeouts and ranked second in starts and innings pitched. ...Established minor league career high in innings pitched...Posted a 2.64 ERA (30.2ip/9er) in five starts during the month of June. ...Pitched four-hit shutout vs. South Bend on 7/6...Tossed second complete game in three starts on 7/17 vs. Fort Wayne...Won five of his seven decisions thru 7/6...Went 1-1 in three post-season starts. 1995 Spent full season with Everett (A)...Held opposing hitters to a .195 batting average (25-for-128)...Did not surrender an earned run from 7/16 to 8/11 (15.2ip). 1994 Went 7-0 with a 3.86 ERA (65.1ip/28er) in 17 games (13 starts) for Santo Domingo in the Dominican Summer league. 1993 Made professional debut with Santo Domingo in the Dominican Summer League.