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|October 9, 2009||RHP Adam Eaton elected free agency.|
|September 13, 2009||Colorado Rockies sent Adam Eaton outright to Colorado Springs Sky Sox.|
|September 8, 2009||Colorado Springs Sky Sox designated Adam Eaton for assignment.|
|September 8, 2009||Colorado Rockies designated RHP Adam Eaton for assignment.|
|August 25, 2009||Colorado Rockies optioned RHP Adam Eaton to Colorado Springs Sky Sox.|
|August 12, 2009||Colorado Rockies selected the contract of Adam Eaton from Colorado Springs Sky Sox.|
|July 28, 2009||Adam Eaton roster status changed by Colorado Springs Sky Sox.|
|July 24, 2009||Colorado Springs Sky Sox placed RHP Adam Eaton on the temporarily inactive list.|
|June 9, 2009||RHP Adam Eaton assigned to Colorado Springs Sky Sox.|
|May 22, 2009||Baltimore Orioles released RHP Adam Eaton.|
|April 12, 2009||Baltimore Orioles purchased RHP Adam Eaton from Norfolk Tides.|
|March 1, 2009||Norfolk Tides signed free agent Adam Eaton.|
Summary: Went 9-1, 3.18 (28 ER/79.1 IP) over his first 13 starts, through June 9...recorded 8 quality starts during that stretch...won career-high 8 consecutive decisions from April 21-June 9...posted a 3.16 ERA (22 ER/62.2 IP) during the streak, which tied for the 3rd-longest win streak in the National League in 2005...was the longest win streak by a Padres hurler since Kevin Brown totaled 11 consecutive winning decisions from May 26-August 5, 1998...went 2-4, 6.02 (33 ER/49.1 IP) over final 11 games/9 starts...that stretch began with loss on June 15 at Detroit, allowing 6 runs (3 earned) in 2.1 innings, shortest start of the season...placed on the 15-day disabled list the following day with a strained right middle finger...activated from the DL on August 1, allowing 4 runs in 2.0 innings in 2 relief appearances before returning to the disabled list with a strained right middle finger on August 9...made 3 minor league rehab starts for Portland (AAA) and Lake Elsinore (A) before being activated on August 26...won final start on October 2 vs. Los Angeles, allowing just one hit in 7.0 scoreless innings for careerhigh matching 11th victory...recorded season-high 11 strikeouts in the win, most since a 12 strikeout performance on April 23 at Chicago (NL)...tossed 6.0 or more innings on 15 occasions, earning wins in 9 of those contests...had 11 quality starts for the year.
2005 Notes: Ranked T8th in the National League with 8 wins at home...overall, went 8-1, 3.46 (25 ER/65.0 IP) with 53 strikeouts in 11 games/starts at San Diego's PETCO Park...tossed 6.0 scoreless innings to earn first win of the season on April 11 at Chicago (NL)...recorded 7.0 scoreless innings and 9 strikeouts on June 9 vs. Cleveland...went 5-1, 3.30 (17 ER/46.1 IP) in 8 games/7 starts during the day...was 11-5, 4.05 (57 ER/126.2 IP) in 22 starts and 0-0, 18.00 (4 ER/2.0 IP) in 2 relief appearances...went 5-0, 4.06 (17 ER/37.2 IP) in 6 games/starts in May...was 2-1 with a 2.00 ERA (4 ER/18.0 IP) in 3 games against Los Angeles...is 10-3, 2.37 (33 ER/125.1 IP) in 19 career games/starts against the Dodgers...opposing batters hit .275, with left-handers batting .297 (73-246) and righties .255 (67-263).2004 2004 SUMMARY: Made 33 starts for the Padres in 2004, second to Brian Lawrence who made 34... posted a 11-14 record with a 4.61 ERA (102 ER/199.1 IP)... made his first start April 7 at Los Angeles tossing 8.0 innings allowing just one run but was not figured in the decision... 8.0 innings proved to be his longest outing of the season... earned his first win in his next start April 13 (first at PETCO Park) vs. Los Angeles when he allowed just two runs over 7.0 innings... finished the month of April with a 1-1 record and 3.74 ERA (14 ER/33.2 IP)... tallied his best month in June, going 3-1 while posting a 1.67 ERA (6 ER/32.1 IP) in five games, including receiving a no-decision June 22 tossing 7.0 scoreless innings vs. Arizona... earned a win in his 100th career start August 15 at Cincinnati, as he allowed two runs over 6.0 innings... made his final start of the season September 30 vs. San Francisco and suffered the loss despite allowing just one earned run in 7.1 innings.
RAISING THE BAR: Established new career highs in several categories, including starts (33), wins (11), innings (199.1) and strikeouts (153)... his 199.1 innings ranked second on the club to Brian Lawrence's 203.0 while his 153 strikeouts where second to Jake Peavy's 173.
EATON-UP LA: Made six starts vs. Los Angeles, his most vs. any team in 2004, posting a 4-1 record with a 2.87 ERA (12 ER/37.2 IP)...in his first three starts vs. the Dodgers he went 2-0 with a 1.23 (3 ER/22.0 IP), including earning the win July 25 having allowed just one hit in 7.0 scoreless innings at Dodger Stadium... earned his 10th and 11th wins in back-to-back starts vs. Los Angeles on September 16 and 21... again shut out the Dodgers for 7.0 innings on September 16 in Los Angeles... owns a 4-0 record with a 1.11 ERA in eight career starts at Dodger Stadium.
FLIRTING WITH HISTORY: Became the eighth different Padre (10th time overall) to take a no-hitter into the eighth inning July 3 vs. Kansas City... allowed a double to Dee Brown to open the eighth... finished the game allowing two runs on two hits, while striking out a season-high 10, but did not receive a decision.
WINNING ON THE ROAD: Of his 11 wins in 2004, eight came on the road, including seven consecutive from June 11-August 26... during the seven-game road winning streak he posted a 2.66 ERA (13 ER/44.0 IP)... in 16 road starts went 8-6 with a 4.21 ERA (46 ER/98.1 IP).2003 HIGHLIGHTS: Returned to form in 2003, going 9-12 with a 4.08 ERA after making only six starts in 2002 following Tommy John surgery...put together a 4-6 mark with a 3.58 in 15 starts at Qualcomm Stadium...went 2-0 with a 1.75 ERA (5 ER/25.2 IP) over four games vs. Los Angeles and 4-3 with a 2.88 ERA (31 ER/96.2 IP) vs. the National League West...held right handers to a .222 batting average (86-for-388)...went 5-5 with a 3.92 ERA while holding opponents to a .234 average after the All-Star Game. A CAREER YEAR: Won his career-high ninth game of the season in his last start of the 2003 season, pitching 7.0 scoreless innings on September 26 vs. the Colorado Rockies during the Friars' Final Weekend at Qualcomm Stadium...struck out four and allowed four hits over his final start of the season...his nine wins eclipsed his previous career-high of eight set in 2001 (8-5, 4.32 ERA)...in addition, the right-handed pitcher also set career highs in games (31), innings pitched (183.0), strikeouts (146) and ERA (4.08). EATON = CABALLO: Pitched at least 7.0 innings in 10 of his 31 starts, at least 6.0 innings in 21 starts and at least 5.0 frames in 27 starts during the 2003 season...he pitched a season-high 8.0 innings to earn his third complete game of his career on June 11 at Cleveland...suffered the loss, allowing three runs on six hits during his start at Jacobs Field...finished the season going at least 6.0 innings over his last seven starts, including four during which he went at least 7.0 frames. ON THE SHELF: Allowed three runs on five hits over 5.0 innings pitched May 4 vs. Philadelphia...left the game after 5.0 frames due to a strained groin and was placed on the 15-day disabled list on May 10 (retroactive to May 5)...was reinstated from the DL May 20 and in his first start since returning from the DL, tossed 5.0 innings, allowing five runs on six hits with two walks and seven strikeouts May 20 at Milwaukee. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION: Less than two years after having elbow ligament replacement surgery, Eaton struck out a career-high 12 April 23, pitching the Padres to a 2-0 victory over Kerry Wood and the Chicago Cubs... Eaton, whose previous career strikeout high was 10 on three separate occasions, pitched 7.0 strong innings, not allowing a run on five hits at historic Wrigley Field...the win stopped a six-game losing streak for the Padres and handed the Cubs their first shutout loss of the season. HOT, HOT, HOT: Went 4-0 with a 2.81 ERA over six starts in the month of July, after starting the season 2-7 with a 4.63 ERA (46 ER/89.1 IP) over the first three months covering 15 starts...in his only two no-decisions over the month, he pitched 0.2 of a scoreless inning before being ejected for hitting Albert Pujols during San Diego's July 13 contest at St. Louis and tossed 7.0 innings of work, allowing two runs on four hits on July 25 at San Francisco during the Padres eventual 5-2 loss...Eaton retired 13 straight batters before giving way to Jay Witasick in San Francisco. YING AND YANG: Took the loss August 17 at Florida, tossing a season-low 3.1 innings, allowing four runs on seven hits...bounced back from his season-tying shortest outing of the season to shut out the Expos on four hits over 7.1 frames August 23 at Qualcomm...the aforementioned 3.1 innings tied for his shortest start of the season, having also tossed 3.1 frames April 29 vs. Pittsburgh...allowed five runs on eight hits with six strikesouts. 2002 Returned to the Padres after having "Tommy John" liga ment-transplant surgery on his right elbow, going 1-1 with a 5.40 ERA in 6 starts...made his first start on September 1 vs. Colorado, less than 52 weeks after having the surgery on Aug. 21, 2001...was reinstated from the 60-day Dis abled List on Sept. 1.
WHAT IF?: The Padres have scored a total of 15 runs in Eaton's 10 career Major League losses over the last 3 seasons...the club has been shut out 3 times and held to one run 4 times in the 9 setbacks, scoring 3 runs twice and 5 runs in the other 3 losses...San Diego has scored 125 runs in his 16 career victories, an average of 7.8 runs per game...the Padres have scored 10 or more runs in 5 of Eaton's 16 wins.
SAVING THE BEST FOR LAST: Went 1-0 with a 1.71 ERA (4 ER/21.0 IP) in his fi nal 3 starts after going 0-1 with an 11.68 ERA in his first 3 post-surgery starts...walked 4 and struck out 18 in his last 3 assignments after issuing 13 walks and strik ing out 7 in his first 3 starts....earned his lone win of the season on September 17 vs.Arizona...allowed one run on 2 hits in 7.0 innings in the Padres' 3-2 win over the World Champions...walked 2, struck out 6.
THE OLD WEST: Each of Eaton's 6 assignments were against National League West foes...did not pitch against the Giants...faced the Rockies (September 1 and 6), Diamond backs (September 11 and 17) and Dodgers (September 22 and 27) in consecutive starts.
NUMBERS, PLEASE: The Padres finished 2-4 in Adam's 6 starts...limited opposing batters to a .235 mark (28-for-119)...gave up 5 home runs, 3 of which were solo shots...opposing batters went just 1-for-11 in the 7th inning, but the lone hit was Alex Cora's game-tying solo shot on Sep tem ber 22 vs. Los Angeles...limited righthanded batters to a .162 mark (11-for-68)...left-handed hit ters batted .333 (17-for-51)...4 of 5 hom ers allowed were hit by left-hand ed hitters.
MINOR LEAGUES: Made 5 rehab starts for Single-A Lake Elsinore and Triple-A Portland, going 1-1 with a 2.81 ERA...went 0-0 with a 2.70 ERA in 3 rehab starts for Lake Elsinore before graduating to Portland, where he went 1-1 with a 2.92 ERA in a pair of Pacific Coast League assignments.2001