Mickey Callaway

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  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 2" /215


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Mickey Callaway MLB Career Stats

40 4-11 6.27 130.2 86 1.71

Mickey Callaway Bio

  • Full Name: Michael Christopher Callaway
  • Nickname: Mick
  • Born: 5/13/1975 in Memphis, TN
  • Draft: 1993, San Francisco Giants, 16th rd. (442nd overall)
  • College: Mississippi
  • Debut: 6/12/1999
  • Last Game: 8/21/2004
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MLB Career Stats 4 11 6.27 40 20 0 130.2 86 1.71


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Michael Christopher Callaway Bio Info

Full name is Michael "Mickey" Christopher Callaway...was one of the first players in the Tampa Bay organization as he was selected by the club in the seventh round of the 1996 draft, the first in which the Devil Rays participated in...originally signed by Devil Rays scout Skip Bundy...Mickey and wife Anna moved to Mansfield, TX over the off-season...played college baseball at Ole Miss and was a teammate of current teammate David Dellucci...ranks among the Rebels all-time top-ten leaders in career strikeouts (224) and innings pitched (277.2). 2003 Overall, was 1-7, 6.68 in 23 games (7 starts) with Anaheim and Texas...opened season with the Angels, going 1-4, 6.81 in 17 games (4 starts)...went on the DL June 6 with tendonitis in his right shoulder...activated on July 23 and released on July 28...lost final 7 decisions after winning first start on April 1 vs. the Rangers...purchased from Oklahoma (AAA) on August 30... entered rotation and lost all 3 starts with 10.66 ERA (15 ER/12.2 IP)...in first start on August 30 vs. Minnesota worked 5 scoreless innings before issuing 2 runs in sixth in 2-0 loss...last 3 appearances came in relief with 0.93 ERA (1 ER/9.2 IP)...worked 4 innings, longest relief outing of career, September 22 at Oakland... overall opponents batted .335, .358 (49-137) vs. left-handed batters and .307 (35-114) against right-handers. 2002 Anaheim's Minor League Player of the Year...started the season at Salt Lake City (AAA) where he was 9-2, 1.68 (17 ER/91.1 IP) in 17 games (14 starts)...registered one complete game...8-2, 1.84 (17 ER/83 IP) as a starter and 1-0, 0.00 (8.1 IP) as a reliever...won first 8 decisions of the season from April 6-July 28...limited opponents to .229 (79-345)...recalled from Salt Lake on August 25 and in Anaheim debut start, was not involved in Angels 8-3 victory over Derek Lowe and Boston at Fenway Park...posted first win with Anaheim on August 30 vs. Baltimore...career best 8 innings (with career-high 6 strikeouts), allowing 3 runs to earn victory in final start on September 28 vs. Seattle. 2001 Spent majority of 2001 campaign with triple-A Durham (Tampa Bay) of the International League and posted career-best 11 wins for second consecutive season and third time of career (1997)...Finished 11-7 with two complete games, one shutout and 3.07 ERA (129 IP - 44 ER) in 29 games (21 starts) for Bulls...His 57 career organizational wins are the most in Devil Rays' history...Has averaged nine wins per season over his first six campaigns as a professional, averaging 24 games (22 starts) per season...Has reached double-digit wins in four of six professional seasons...Led Bulls in ERA (also career-best), complete games and shutouts (tied) and was named club's "Pitcher of the Year"...Also ranked fifth in International League in ERA and was named "Player of the Week" on two occasions (April 16-22 & June 25-July 1)...Owned 3-to-1 SO/BB ratio (81 SO/24 BB) after issuing 50 free passes in 117.1 IP in 2000...Went 10-6 with 3.00 ERA (117 IP - 39 ER) in 21 starts and 1-1 with 3.75 ERA (12 IP - 5 ER) in eight relief outings...Posted four-game win streak, April 16-May 7...Struck out season-high seven batters in six innings, April 21 vs. Toledo...Posted 2.77 ERA (68.1 IP - 21 ER) on road and 3.41 mark (60.2 IP - 23 ER) at home...Had contract selected by Tampa Bay, May 19 and made two relief appearances for the Devil Rays, registering no record and 7.20 ERA (5 IP, 3 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 2 HR, 2 BB, 2 SO)...Optioned to Durham, May 27, and returned to Tampa Bay, Oct. 1, until end of season (no appearances)...Played in Venezuelan Winter Leagues during the off-season. 2000 In 2000, spent fifth professional season with Durham, posting 11-6 mark with 5.29 ERA (117.1 IP - 69 ER) in 26 games (20 starts)...Won his last eight decisions from July 6 - Sept.1 and did not allow more than four earned runs in any of final 13 appearances (seven starts)...Was 2-4 with 6.08 ERA (50.1 IP - 34 ER) from April 7-June 12 and 9-2 with 4.70 ERA (67 IP - 35 ER) thereafter...Finished tied for second in Devil Rays system with 11 wins, tied for third in the International League and tied for seventh among all triple-A pitchers 1999 In 1999, opened season at double-A Orlando but spent most of campaign with Durham before making Major League debut with Tampa Bay in June...Combined to post 8-2 record with 4.24 ERA (91.1 IP - 43 ER) in 17 starts between Orlando and Durham...At Durham, went 4-0 over final 10 starts, not allowing more than three earned runs in any outing...Allowed just three runs-or-less in 13 of 15 starts with Bulls...Had contract selected by Tampa Bay, June 9, and made Major League debut (start) June 12 at Montreal, defeating Expos 5-3 (6 IP, 7 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 3 BB, 4 SO)...Also went 2-for-3 with an RBI in his first at-bats since high school...Became second Devil Rays draft pick to reach major leagues (Ryan Rupe)...Faced three batters in next start, June 18 at Minnesota, before leaving with tightness in left hamstring and placed on 15-day DL next day...Was optioned to Durham July 6th after reinstatement from DL...Took no-hitter into eighth inning with Durham at Toledo July 1 and won 5-2. 1998 Split the season between Orlando and Durham and tied for third in the organization with 10 wins...opened the season at Orlando and went 5-6, 4.42 (44 ER/89.2 IP) in 18 games (17 starts)...promoted to Durham on July 21 and went 5-3, 4.53 (24 ER/47.2 IP) in 9 games (8 starts)...loaned to the Seattle organization from April 2-July 21. 1997 Enjoyed finest season as a professional with St. Petersburg (A) as he posted career bests in wins (11), ERA (3.22), games (28), complete games (3), innings (170.2) and strikeouts (109)...named Devil Rays Pitcher of the Month for May (5-1, 1.98, 41 IP, 24 SO)...finished fourth in the Florida State League in innings pitched and first in games started as St. Petersburg won the league championship...1996: Began professional career with Butte (Rookie) and was 6-2, 3.71 (26 ER/63 IP) in 16 games...finished fourth in the Pioneer League in ERA (3.71).