Nick Neugebauer

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Nick Neugebauer MLB Career Stats

W-L ERA IP SO WHIP
2-8 4.99 61.1 58 1.83

Nick Neugebauer Bio

  • Full Name: Nickolas D. Neugebauer
  • Born: 7/15/1980 in Riverside, CA
  • Draft: 1998, Milwaukee Brewers, 2nd rd. (56th overall)
  • High School: Arlington, Riverside, CA
  • Debut: 8/19/2001
  • Last Game: 9/25/2002
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Year W L ERA G GS SV IP SO WHIP
MLB Career Stats 2 8 4.99 14 14 0 61.1 58 1.83

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2001 Huntsville SOU

Nickolas D. Neugebauer Bio Info

Single ... graduated from Arlington (CA) High School in 1998 ... participated in baseball in high school ... person he most respects outside baseball is his father ... favorite baseball player growing up was Nolan Ryan ... favorite book is "Nolan Ryan - Feel the Heat" ... says his greatest thrill in professional baseball has been giving his mother the ball after his first start in 1999 with Beloit ... enjoys basketball and golf ... fan of the Los Angeles Lakers ... participated in Major League Baseball's Rookie Development Program in January 2001 ... participated in the Brewers' 2002 Winter Tour ... nickname is "Neugie." 2003 Did not play . . . underwent right shoulder surgery on March 7 to repair frayed and debrided rotator cuff . . . posterior and anterior labrum were repaired with suture anchors . . . placed on the 15-Day Disabled List on March 29, retroactive to March 21, where he would remain for the duration of the season. 2002 Made seven starts going 1-3 with a 4.81 ERA before being placed on the 15-Day Disabled List on May 15, retroactive to the 11th, with rotator cuff tendinitis in his right shoulder ... collected his first big league hit, an RBI single, on May 8 at Cincinnati off Jose Rijo ... made a 30-day rehab assignment with Triple A Indianapolis ... went 0-3 with a 5.12 ERA in five starts ... walked 12 and struck out 18 ... reinstated from the 15-Day Disabled List on September 1 ... started that evening at Cincinnati ... did not factor in the decision ... earned his only win of the season when he defeated the St. Louis Cardinals, 5-3, on April 21 at Miller Park ... pitched a career-high six innings on three occasions: April 16 vs Pittsburgh, April 27 at New York and May 3 vs Florida, delivering a quality start in all three starts. 2001 Named Milwaukee Brewers' Minor League Pitcher of the Year . . . combined to go 7-7 with a 3.10 ERA in 25 starts between Double A Huntsville, Triple A Indianapolis and Milwaukee . . . led minors with 175 strikeouts . . . earned first win of season with five scoreless innings against Mobile on May 7, capping a string of three straight appearances in which he did not allow a run over 15 innings of work . . . established a season-high with 12 strikeouts in Huntsville's win over West Tennessee on May 12 . . . tossed complete game shutout in the first game of a doubleheader against Greenville on June 8 . . . tied season-high with 12 strikeouts vs Carolina on July 19 . . . allowed two runs, one earned, and one hit in Triple A debut against Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on July 29, but did not figure in the decision . . . picked up a pair of wins for Indianapolis on August 8 and 14 in his final two starts . . . made Major League debut at Cincinnati on August 19 striking out nine while collecting first big league victory . . . struck out Brady Clark in the initial frame for his first Major League strikeout . . . placed on 15-Day Disabled List following his next start on August 25 with a strain in right rotator cuff . . . had successful arthroscopic surgery performed by Dr. Lewis Yocum on September 19 to repair slight labrum tear and partial rotator cuff tear. 2000 Split the season between Class A Mudville and Double A Huntsville . . . opened the season with Mudville . . . did not allow a home run in 77 innings of Class A competition . . . put together a three-game winning streak from June 5-15 in which he compiled a 2.00 ERA (4 ER in 18 IP) . . . struck out a season high12 batters on June 27 at San Jose . . . over his last seven starts at Mudville, he posted a 2.08 ERA (9 ER in 39 IP) . . . was promoted to Huntsville on July 8 . . . was the youngest player (19) in the Southern League at the time of his promotion . . . threw 4.1 shutout innings in his first Double A start at Birmingham on July 13 . . . also walked seven in the game, one of seven games that he walked seven or more between Mudville and Huntsville . . . finished the season strong with three starts of seven or more innings including his lone Double A victory on August 31 at Birmingham in which he threw seven shutout innings allowing just three hits and five walks . . . over his final three starts he posted a 1.64 ERA with eight walks and 20 strikeouts in 22 innings . . . pitched for Maryvale in the Arizona Fall League. 1999 Made his professional debut with Class A Beloit of the Midwest League . . . struck out 125 batters in just 80.2 innings, an average of 13.95 per nine innings tops among all Minor League starting pitchers . . . allowed just a .178 opposing batting average, also tops among Minor League starters . . . struck out 10 in just 4.1 innings in his first game, May 9 vs Burlington . . . followed that effort with a 12 strikeout performance in his next outing on May 14 against Clinton to earn his first professional victory . . . was named the Brewers Minor League Pitcher of the Month for June. 1998 Signed by Bruce Seid late in the summer and did not pitch