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Gary Glover MLB Career Stats

29-26 5.03 516.2 324 1.43

Gary Glover Bio

  • Full Name: John Gary Glover
  • Born: 12/3/1976 in Cleveland, OH
  • Draft: 1994, Toronto Blue Jays, 15th rd. (427th overall)
  • High School: DeLand, FL
  • Debut: September 30, 1999
  • Ret., Final Game: 9/29/2008
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MLB Career Stats 29 26 5.03 263 47 3 516.2 324 1.43


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2007 67 20th in AL

Gary Glover Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
November 2, 2012 RHP Gary Glover elected free agency.
April 3, 2012 RHP Gary Glover assigned to New Orleans Zephyrs.
January 20, 2012 Miami Marlins signed free agent RHP Gary Glover to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
June 22, 2009 New Orleans Zephyrs released RHP Gary Glover.
June 19, 2009 New Orleans Zephyrs placed RHP Gary Glover on the temporarily inactive list.
June 9, 2009 New Orleans Zephyrs signed free agent RHP Gary Glover.
May 9, 2009 Syracuse Chiefs released RHP Gary Glover.

John Gary Glover Bio Info

John Gary Glover...married to Vanessa...couple has two children: William Jacob and Kaylie Marie... graduated from DeLand High School (FL). 2011 Pitched for SK Wyverns in Korean Baseball Organization...Wyverns made it to Korean Series, falling to Samsung Lions in five games. 2010 The 2010 season saw him post a 6-8 record and 5.66 ERA (105.0 IP/66 ER) with 50 walks and 85 strikeouts in 22 starts with Wyverns. Started Game 4 of Korean Series against Samsung Lions, the final game of the series as Wyverns defeated Lions, 4-2, to win Korean Series title. 2008 Last appeared in Major Leagues in 2008 for Detroit...Following 47 appearances between Tampa Bay and Detroit in 2008, went overseas and signed with Wyverns on June 21, 2009. Finished Korean season with a 9-3 mark and one save with a 1.96 ERA (105.2/23) in 20 games, including 16 starts. 2007 Thirty year-old was one of three non-roster invitees to make the Rays Opening Day roster (also Al Reyes and Carlos Peña) and pitched in a career-high and staff-most 67 games over a variety of roles ... tied for the 5th-most appearances in club history behind Shawn Camp (75 in 2006), Roberto Hernandez (72 in 1999 and 68 in 2000) and Jim Mecir (68 in 1998) ... He and Brian Stokes were the only two relievers to be active all season ... Also led Rays relievers in wins (6) and innings pitched (77.1) ... His 6 victories were one shy of the club relief record and one shy of his career high (2002 with White Sox) ... only Scott Kazmir (13) and James Shields (12) had more victories on the staff ... His 77.1 innings pitched tied for 6th most among AL relievers and 10th most all-time among Rays Surrendered 12 home runs, tied for 2nd most by major league relievers, one behind teammate Al Allowed just 9 of his 37 inherited runners to score (24.3%), lowest pct. among Rays relievers ... Earned two saves (July 6 at KC and July 13 vs. NYY) while closer Reyes was on the disabled list ... had just one career save entering the season. Made his Rays debut April 7 vs. Toronto throwing 2.1 scoreless innings in relief of Casey Fossum ... Recorded his first win since 2005 on May 17 with a scoreless 10th inning as Rays walked-off on Delmon Young's HR against Texas at the Disney Sports Complex ... Pitched to a 7.90 ERA over his first 8 appearances through May 4 (14.2-IP, 12-ER) ... then pitched to a 4.30 ERA the rest of the way (62.2-IP, 30-ER) ... Finished strong, allowing just 2 runs and 6 hits in 12 September appearances (12.1-IP), a 1.46 ERA ... held opponents to a .158 avg. ... Had a season-high 8-outing scoreless stretch from May 28-June 12 (9.1-IP) ... Went 4-1 with a 2.78 ERA and a .210 opponent's avg. in 31 appearances against AL East (35.2-IP, 11-ER) ... compared to an 8.36 ERA vs. the AL Central and 7.71 vs. the AL West ... Tossed a season-high 3.2 scoreless innings May 19 vs. Florida (3-SO) matching his longest career relief outing (Apr 10, 2001 vs. CLE with CWS) ... Last appeared in the majors in 2005 with the Brewers when he pitched in 15 games, 11 starts (5-4, 5.57 ERA) ... Pitched in 2006 with the Yomiuri Giants of Japan's Central League. 2005 Began the season with Milwaukee posting a 3-4 mark alongside a 6.70 ERA in 12 appearances, nine starts...designated for assignment on June 6...outrighted to Triple A Nashville and joined the Sounds on June 9...went 6-4 with a 3.03 ERA in 17 outings, 16 starts with Nashville...recorded a save in his only relief appearance (Aug. 27)...was the only member of the Nashville Sounds pitching staff to have two wins in the postseason...pitched 6.2 innings in game three of the PCL Championship game (Sept. 16) that saw the Sounds clinch the title...went 2-0 with a 2.57 ERA in the Sounds playoff run...recalled by the Brewers from Triple A Nashville on September 20...went 2-0 with 1.80 ERA in a pair of starts after his recall by Milwaukee...struck out career-high 10 batters on September 29 vs. Cincinnati in the Brewers final home game at Miller Park leading the club to a 2-0 victory 2004 Began the season with Iowa, Triple A affiliate of the Chicago Cubs...went 3-2 with 7.92 ERA in 20 appearances, one start...released by Chicago and signed a minor league contract with the Twins...appeared in five games making four starts for Rochester, Triple A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins...posted an 0-1 mark with an 8.44 ERA...released by the Twins and signed a minor league contract with the Brewers...joined Triple A affiliate in Indianapolis in late July where he went 3-3 with a 3.98 ERA in eight appearances, six starts...contract was purchased by Milwaukee on September 4 where he remained for the duration of the season...posted a 2-1 mark alongside a 3.50 ERA in four games, three starts with Milwaukee...won his Brewers debut with a 5.0 inning start on September 6 at Pittsburgh leading the Brewers to a 9-5 win...was his first Major League victory since August 16, 2003 while pitching for the Anaheim Angels...made a relief appearance on September 11 at Cincinnati tossing 2.2 scoreless innings...made a quality start in his final outing of the season pitching six innings and leading the Brewers to a 4-1 win over the Diamondbacks on September 29. 2002 Earned first Major League save on May 1, 2002 vs. Seattle. 1996 Named Pioneer League Pitcher of the Week for July 1-7, 1996 after tossing complete game vs. Great Falls.