Chad Harville

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Chad Harville MLB Career Stats

W-L ERA IP SO WHIP
4-9 5.22 181.0 147 1.61

Chad Harville Bio

  • Full Name: Chad Ashley Harville
  • Born: 9/16/1976 in Selmer, TN
  • Draft: 1997, Oakland Athletics, 2nd rd. (63rd overall)
  • College: Memphis
  • Debut: 6/23/1999
  • Last Game: 8/12/2006
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Year W L ERA G GS SV IP SO WHIP
MLB Career Stats 4 9 5.22 175 0 2 181.0 147 1.61

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Chad Ashley Harville Bio Info

Chad and his wife, Wendi, make their offseason home in Savannah, Tenn., with their daughter Josie Reese (Dec. 8,2004)...signed by John Poloni...graduated from Hardin County (Savannah, Tenn.) High School in 1994 and was first team all-state in baseball...attended the University of Memphis where he majored in accounting...was a two-time All-Conference USA selection...led the league with eight saves as a sophomore and was named to the team as a relief pitcher...named as a starter as a junior after leading the league with 136 strikeouts in 102 innings. 2005 Returned to the Astros where he pitched the bulk of the season before being claimed off waivers by the Boston Red Sox on Aug. 29...Went a combined 0-3 with a 4.76 ERA in 45 relief appearances...Was 0-2 with a 4.46 ERA (19ER/38.1IP) in 37 relief appearances for the Astros...allowed no earned runs in 26 of those outings (26.0-IP)...Had a 3.45 ERA (6ER/15.2IP) in games at Minute Maid Park, and a 5.16 ERA (13 ER/22.2IP) in road games...Did not allow a run in his first three outings (3.0-IP) April 5-16, and worked shutout ball in 6 of his first 7 outings, posting a 2.84 ERA (2-ER/6.1-IP) through May 1...was tagged for 7 runs on 7 hits and 7 walks in 6.0 innings over the next 5 times out...Finished strong, posting a 1.17 ERA (2-ER/15.0-IP) and holding opponents to a .143 avg. (7-49) in his final 13 apps for the Astros beginning July 17...Worked a season-high 2.1 innings twice, giving up 2 runs on 2 hits May 21 at Texas and allowing no runs on 2 hits June 30 at Cincinnati...Was activated by the Red Sox on Sep 1 and made his debut for them the next day, allowing a run on a hit and a walk in 0.1 inning vs. Baltimore...fanned a pair in a scoreless inning Sep 9 at New York...worked a 1-2-3 9th to close out a 9-3 win Sep 25 at Baltimore. 2004 Acquired from Oakland on April 16 in exchange for RHP Kirk Saarloos...collected a career-high three wins...allowed one earned run over his final 17 outings (14 innings)...combined for a career-high 55 appearances between Oakland (3) and Houston (52), and a career-high 55.2 innings (2.2 with OAK; 53.0 with HOU)...made four postseason appearances...fanned two batters over 0.2 innings in Game 6 of the NLCS vs. St. Louis...made his first postseason appearance in Game 5 of the NLDS vs. Atlanta and tossed 0.2 scoreless innings...earned the win in consecutive appearances from Sept. 16-18...picked up his third win of the season on Sept. 18 vs. Milwaukee...allowed one run, snapping a string of 11.1 innings without an earned run...collected his second win of the season on Sept. 16 at St. Louis...recorded his first win as an Astro and second big league win on Aug. 18 at Philadelphia...also tagged with the blown save in 0.2 innings...tagged with his second loss of the season on Aug. 13 at Montreal...tossed one scoreless inning with three strikeouts on Aug. 5 vs. Atlanta...suffered the loss on July 30 at Cincinnati in Houston's 3-2, 13-inning defeat...surrendered a grand slam (Teixeira) on July 4 vs. Texas...suffered the blown save on July 3 vs. the Rangers, allowing two runs in one inning...pitched 4.1 scoreless innings over six outings from April 30-June 4...was on the DL from May 6-31 with a strained right hamstring...tossed 3.1 scoreless innings over his first three outings for Houston...pitched one scoreless inning in his first appearance as an Astro on April 17 vs. Milwaukee...recorded no decisions and a 3.38 ERA (1ER/2.2IP) in three outings for Oakland during the season. 2003 Spent the first four months of the season at Triple-A Sacramento but was called up to Oakland on August 1 and spent the remainder of the season with the A's...was 1-0 with a 5.82 ERA in 21 relief appearances with Oakland...his 20 appearances and 21.0 inning pitched were the most of his three-year major league career...made his debut with 15 games in 1999 but appeared in just three games with Oakland from 2000-2002, all in the 2001 season...allowed 3 of 12 (25.0%) inherited runners to score and first batters faced hit .278 (5 for 18) with two walks and a sacrifice fly...allowed a .294 opponents batting average, including .290 (9 for 31) against left handed hitters and .296 (16 for 54) against right handers...tossed at least one inning in 13 of his 21 outings, including a career high 2.1 innings three times, most recently on September 4 at Baltimore...struck out a career high four in 2.0 innings on August 26 against Baltimore...did not allow a run in his first three outings (3.0 ip) but then allowed at least one run in nine of his final 18 outings (14 er in 18.2 ip, 6.75 ERA)...recorded his first major league win on September 14 at Texas...recorded the final out in the sixth inning with the A's trailing 5-3 and Oakland scored three times in the seventh for the win...recorded his first major league save on September 24 against Texas, tossing a scoreless ninth inning (1 h) in the A's 5-3 win...was on the A's 40-man roster during the spring but was outrighted to Sacramento on March 20...was 3-5 with a 2.05 ERA and 18 saves in 48 games with the River Cats...led the team in saves and finished third in games pitched despite spending the final month of the Triple-A season with Oakland...also led the A's farm system in saves...allowed a .202 opponents batting average which broke down to .173 (22 for 127) against right handers and .247 (20 for 81) against left handers...yielded just five home runs in 57.0 innings (0.79 per nine innings) and four of those came against left handed hitters...opponents average dropped to .177 (11 for 62) with runners in scoring position, including .133 (4 for 30) with RISP and two outs...allowed a season high five runs without recording an out on May 1 against Colorado Springs (4 h, 1 bb)...his season ERA excluding that game was 1.26 (8 er in 57.0 ip)...allowed eight runs in his first 12 games (8 er in 12.1 ip, 5.84 ERA) thru May 1 and then allowed just eight runs over his final 36 games for a 1.01 ERA (5 er in 44.2 ip)...did not allow a run over a 15-game stretch from May 3 to June 8 (20.0 ip, 8 h, 4 bb, 21 so), going 1-0 with four saves...recorded 14 of his 18 saves over his final 26 games beginning on May 28...had seven saves and a 1.32 ERA in 12 games in June and five saves and a 1.80 ERA in 12 games in July. 2002 Made just 24 relief appearances at Triple-A Sacramento as he missed over two months of the season with a right elbow inflammation...had a 2.75 ERA (6 er in 19.2 ip) and .219 (16 for 73) opponents batting average before the injury and a 10.45 ERA (12 er in 10.1 ip) and .364 (16 for 44) opponents batting average after the injury...was 1-2 with five saves and a 5.40 ERA overall...allowed a .274 (32 for 117) opponents batting average...yielded a .281 (9 for 32) average with runners in scoring position but that marked dropped to .091 (1 for 11) with RISP and two outs...opponents were 3 for 4 with the bases loaded, including a grand slam...struck out just 26 batters in 30.0 innings, the first time in his minor league career he finished with fewer strikeouts than innings pitched...now has 365 strikeouts in 296.0 career minor league innings (11.1 per nine innings)...all five of his saves came early in the season as he had four saves in nine games in April and five saves over his first 13 games...did not allow an earned run in 14 of his first 15 outings, posting a 2.33 ERA (5 er in 19.1 ip) over that span...allowed five runs on five hits in 2.0 innings on April 13 against Nashville but then went 11 consecutive outings from April 16 to May 16 without allowing a run (13.0 ip, 5 h, 5 bb, 12 so)...charged with his first loss of the season on May 20 at New Orleans, allowing a run on three hits in 0.1 innings...was placed on the disabled list the next day and did not pitch again until August 8...allowed at least one run in each of his first five outings following his return for a 16.20 ERA (9 er in 5.0 ip)...ended that streak by tossing a season high 2.1 innings of scoreless relief on August 25 against Fresno...lone win of the season came in his final outing on August 31 at Las Vegas despite allowing three runs and two home runs in 2.0 innings.

Career:
1997-selected by the A's in the second round of the June draft and began his professional career at Southern Oregon of the Northwest League...had a win in three relief appearances and did not allow a run in 5.0 innings before he was promoted to Visalia of the California League on July 10...appeared in 14 games in relief with the Oaks without a decision...posted a 5.79 ERA and allowed a .325 (25 for 77) opponents batting average...made one post-season appearance and allowed two unearned runs in 2.1 innings. 1998-began the season at Single-A Visalia but was promoted to Double-A Huntsville on July 30...combined for a 4-3 record and a 2.90 ERA in 36 games, seven starts...also had 12 saves which tied for fourth most in the A's farm system...struck out 100 in 83.2 innings and did not allow a home run...allowed a .213 opponents batting average which dropped to .160 with runners in scoring position...right handers batted .179...all of his starts in 1998 came at Visalia where he alternated between the rotation and the bullpen before straining his right shoulder...was 3-3 with two saves a 3.44 ERA in 14 games, seven starts, before the injury...returned on July 4 and made 10 relief appearances, posting a 1-0 record with two saves and a 1.29 ERA, before his promotion to Huntsville...recorded eight saves in 12 games with the Stars and tied for second on the club in saves...made one post-season appearance for Huntsville and retired both of the batters he faced...was 0-1 with two saves and a 3.06 ERA in 18 relief appearances with Peoria in the Arizona Fall League...struck out 22 in 17.2 innings. 1999-made his major league debut with the A's, appearing in 15 games...called up from Vancouver on June 22 and made his major league debut the next night at Texas...entered the game in the seventh inning and after allowing a leadoff single to Lee Stevens he retired each of the final four hitters he faced (1.1 ip, 1 h)...was optioned back to Vancouver on July 30 after appearing in 11 games...returned on September 4 and pitched in four games, allowing at least one run in all four outings...strained his right hamstring on September 24 at Texas and missed the remainder of the season...allowed 2 of 8 inherited runners to score and first hitters faced were 5 for 13 (.385) with a pair of walks...allowed a .310 opponents batting average which dropped to .259 (7 for 27) with runners on base...began the year at Double-A Midland and went 2-0 with seven saves and a 2.01 ERA in 17 relief appearances with the Rockhounds...allowed a .165 (13 for 79) opponents batting average and was promoted to Triple-A Vancouver on May 28...took over as the closer in his second stint with the Canadians, recording eight saves in 12 outings while posting a 1.42 ERA...combined for a 3-0 record, 18 saves and a 1.88 ERA in 39 minor league appearances...the 18 saves tied for second most in the A's farm system...struck out 71 in 48.0 innings (13.3 per nine innings) and allowed just one home run...allowed a .207 (37 for 179) opponents batting average, including .145 (9 for 62) with runners in scoring position. 2000-saw all of his action at Triple-A Sacramento, making a team leading 53 appearances in relief for the Rivercats...was called up to Oakland on July 3 and spent 14 days with the A's...did not appear in a game before July 17 when he was sent back to Sacramento where he spent the balance of the season...was 3-2 with seven saves and a 4.75 ERA (22 er in 41.2 ip) in 35 games before his call-up and 2-1 with two saves and a 4.03 ERA (10 er in 22.1 ip) in 18 games following his return...finished second on the Sacramento pitching staff with nine saves...six of those came over a 13-game stretch from May 25 to June 25...struck out a season high five on May 9 at Fresno and finished with an average of 10.83 strikeouts per nine innings (77 in 64.0 ip)...had a loss in three post season appearances with Sacramento, allowing eight runs on six hits and four walks in 2.1 innings for a 30.86 ERA...allowed a .222 (53 for 239) opponents batting average during the regular season, including .216 (32 for 148) against right handers...allowed a .222 (16 for 72) average with runners in scoring position which dropped to .107 (3 for 28) with RISP and two outs. 2001-began the season on the Oakland disabled list with right rotator cuff tendinitis but spent most of the year at Triple-A Sacramento before he was brought up to Oakland at the conclusion of the River Cats season...made two rehab appearances at Modesto (3.0 ip, 2 h, 2 r, 1 er, 3 so) and one at Visalia (3.0 ip, 3 h, 3 so) before he was activated from the disabled list on June 9 and optioned to Sacramento...made 33 relief appearances with the River Cats and led Sacramento with eight saves...walked 12 and struck out 55 in 40.2 innings for a strikeout to walk ratio of 4.6 and a strikeout per nine inning ratio of 12.2...held opponents to a .230 batting average including .241 (13 for 54) against left handers and .224 (22 for 98) against right handers...opponents hit .204 (10 for 49) with runners in scoring position...recorded his first save on July 22 at Iowa and all eight of his saves came over his final 19 outings...had a save in three post-season appearances for Sacramento and did not allow an earned run (3.1 ip, 3 h, 2 r, 1 bb, 3 so)...brought up to Oakland on September 10 and appeared in three games (3.0 ip, 2 h, 2 so)...pitched for Licey in the Dominican Winter League and led the circuit with eight saves...compiled a 1.99 ERA in 22 relief appearances and struck out 28 in 22.2 innings. 2001 Began the season on the Oakland disabled list with right rotator cuff tendinitis but spent most of the year at Triple-A Sacramento before he was brought up to Oakland at the conclusion of the River Cats season...made two rehab appearances at Modesto (3.0 ip, 2 h, 2 r, 1 er, 3 so) and one at Visalia (3.0 ip, 3 h, 3 so) before he was activated from the disabled list on June 9 and optioned to Sacramento...made 33 relief appearances with the River Cats and led Sacramento with eight saves...walked 12 and struck out 55 in 40.2 innings for a strikeout to walk ratio of 4.6 and a strikeout per nine inning ratio of 12.2...now has 339 strikeouts in 266.0 career minor league innings (11.47 per nine innings)...held opponents to a .230 batting average including .241 (13 for 54) against left handers and .224 (22 for 98) against right handers...opponents hit .204 (10 for 49) with runners in scoring position...allowed just one earned run over his first five outings (8.0 ip) but then allowed seven runs on six hits and two walks in 1.2 innings on June 27 at Colorado Springs...then went 2-0 with three saves, a 0.56 ERA (1 er in 16.0 ip) and .185 (10 for 54) opponents batting average in 12 outings in July...recorded his first save on July 22 at Iowa...followed that up by tossing a season high 3.0 innings for the save on July 25 against Memphis and had a season high four strikeouts (also September 1 vs. Edmonton)...all eight of his saves came over his final 19 outings...walked just five batters over his last 27 outings (31.0 ip) after issuing seven free passes in his first six appearances (9.2 ip)...had a save in three post-season appearances for Sacramento and did not allow an earned run (3.1 ip, 3 h, 2 r, 1 bb, 3 so)...brought up to Oakland on September 10 and appeared in three games (3.0 ip, 2 h, 2 so)...pitched for Licey in the Dominican Winter League and led the circuit with eight saves...compiled a 1.99 ERA in 22 relief appearances and struck out 28 in 22.2 innings. 2000 Saw all of his action in 2000 at Triple-A Sacramento, making a team leading 53 appearances in relief for the Rivercats...was called up to Oakland on July 3 and spent 14 days with the A's...did not appear in a game before July 17 when he was sent back to Sacramento where he spent the balance of the season...was 3-2 with seven saves and a 4.75 ERA (22 er in 41.2 ip) in 35 games before his call-up and 2-1 with two saves and a 4.03 ERA (10 er in 22.1 ip) in 18 games following his return...finished second on the Sacramento pitching staff with nine saves...six of those came over a 13-game stretch from May 25 to June 25...started slowly as he allowed at least one run in seven of his first 10 games, posting a 10.13 ERA (12 er in 10.2 ip)...then did not allow a run in 14 of his next 17 outings, posting a 1.31 ERA (3 er in 20.2 ip) from May 2 to June 10...did not allow a home run during that stretch but allowed eight in 64.0 innings for the season...had yielded just three home runs in 155.1 career minor league innings entering the season...struck out a season high five on May 9 at Fresno and finished with an average of 10.83 strikeouts per nine innings (77 in 64.0 ip)...then allowed seven earned runs in his final eight outings before he was called up to Oakland (10.1 ip, 6.10 ERA)...had a loss in three post season appearances with Sacramento, allowing eight runs on six hits and four walks in 2.1 innings for a 30.86 ERA...allowed a .222 (53 for 239) opponents batting average during the regular season, including .216 (32 for 148) against right handers...allowed a .222 (16 for 72) average with runners in scoring position which dropped to .107 (3 for 28) with RISP and two outs. 1999 Made his major league debut with the A's in 1999, appearing in 15 games ... Called up from Vancouver on June 22 and made his major league debut the next night at Texas ... Entered the game in the seventh inning and after allowing a leadoff single to Lee Stevens he retired each of the final four hitters he faced (1.1 ip, 1 h) ... Charged with the loss on July 2 against Anaheim and July 25 at Kansas City and was optioned back to Vancouver on July 30 after appearing in 11 games ... Did not allow a run in eight of those outings, posting a 5.23 ERA (6 er in 10.1 ip) ... Returned on September 4 and pitched in four games, allowing at least one run in all four outings (5 er in 4.0 ip, 11.25 ERA) ... Strained his right hamstring on September 24 at Texas and missed the remainder of the season ... Allowed 2 of 8 inherited runners to score and first hitters faced were 5 for 13 (.385) with a pair of walks ... Allowed a .310 opponents batting average which dropped to .259 (7 for 27) with runners on base ... Struck out 15 in 14.1 innings ... Began the 1999 season at Double-A Midland and went 2-0 with seven saves and a 2.01 ERA in 17 relief appearances with the Rockhounds ... Allowed a .165 (13 for 79) opponents batting average ... Walked just nine while striking out 35 in 22.1 innings and was promoted to Triple-A Vancouver on May 28 ... Went 1-0 with three saves and a 2.08 ERA in 10 games before his first promotion to Oakland ... Took over as the closer in his second stint with the Canadians, recording eight saves in 12 outings while posting a 1.42 ERA ... Including seven saves in seven outings from August 2-16 ... Combined for a 3-0 record, 18 saves and a 1.88 ERA in 39 minor league appearances ... The 18 saves tied for second most in the A's farm system ... Struck out 71 in 48.0 innings (13.3 per nine innings) and allowed just one home run ... Has yielded just three home runs in 155.1 career minor league innings ... Allowed a .207 (37 for 179) opponents batting average, including .145 (9 for 62) with runners in scoring position. 1998 Began the season at Single-A Visalia but was promoted to Double-A Huntsville on July 30...combined for a 4-3 record and a 2.90 ERA in 36 games, seven starts...also had 12 saves which tied for fourth most in the Ab 1997 Selected by the A's in the second round of the June draft and began his professional career at Southern Oregon of the Northwest League...had a win in three relief appearances and did not allow a run in 5.0 innings before he was promoted to Visalia of the California League on July 10...appeared in 14 games in relief with the Oaks without a decision...posted a 5.79 ERA and allowed a .325 (25 for 77) opponents batting average...made one post-season appearance and allowed two unearned runs in 2.1 innings.