Tim Spooneybarger

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Tim Spooneybarger MLB Career Stats

W-L ERA IP SO WHIP
2-3 3.24 97.1 68 1.12

Tim Spooneybarger Bio

  • Full Name: Timothy Floyd Spooneybarger
  • Born: 10/21/1979 in San Diego, CA
  • Draft: 1998, Atlanta Braves, 29th rd. (881st overall)
  • College: Northwest Florida State
  • Debut: 9/5/2001
  • Last Game: 6/11/2003
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Year W L ERA G GS SV IP SO WHIP
MLB Career Stats 2 3 3.24 88 0 1 97.1 68 1.12

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Timothy Floyd Spooneybarger Bio Info

Timothy Floyd Spooneybarger and the former Misty Parker were married on December 29, 2002...they make their residence in Wellington, Fla...Was a 1998 graduate of Pine Forest (Fla.) High School, where he played baseball and football...attended Okaloosa-Walton (Niceville, Fla.) Community College, where he also played baseball...Plays the guitar and is an active participant in the Marlins Caravan. 2004 Missed the season while recovering from ligament replacement surgery (Tommy John surgery). 2003 Made 33 appearances in his first season with the Marlins, posting a 1-2 record with a 4.07 ERA and a .190 batting average allowed over 42.0 innings... pitched his final game of the season on June 11 at Milwaukee and was placed on the disabled list on June 17 (retroactive to June 12) with right elbow tendinitis... was transferred to the 60-Day DL on August 22 and underwent ligament replacement surgery (Tommy John surgery) on September 9 with Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, Alabama...Was leading all Florida relievers in innings pitched when his season ended...Saw LHH bat .152 against him, while RHH hit .224... allowed three of 14 inherited runners to score and allowed a.194 batting average to first hitters, six hits in 31 at-bats...Allowed one homer on the season, on April 17 at Philadelphia, to Ricky Ledee... did not allow a homer in his first eight games or in his last 24 contests...Began his Florida career by allowing an unearned run in his debut on March 31, as he walked two and fanned one in 1.0 inning...Allowed two ER in his first eight games (8.0 IP)... saw opponents hit .115 off him in the eight contests...Saw his ERA rise from 2.25 to 6.59 over five games, April 14-29, as he allowed runs in four of the contests... over those games, allowed eight ER in 5.2 innings, a 12.71 ERA, and a .333 opponent batting average...Allowed runs in one of his next 12 games, from April 30-May 22 (14.0 IP, a 1.29 ERA) and twice in 16 games, a 1.61 ERA through May 30 (4 ER in 22.1 IP)... included a season-best nine straight scoreless outings, from May 6-22... the only runs scored against him in the 12-game stretch came on May 4 at Houston, when he took his first loss of the year, allowing three runs (two ER) on five hits over 1.1 innings..Allowed runs in each of his final four appearances of the season, totaling 6.0 innings... in those games, gave up five runs (five ER) on six hits with three walks and four strikeouts... took his second loss during that stretch, when he allowed a run in 1.1 inning on June 4 vs. Oakland...Tossed 2.0 innings or more nine times, including a career-best 2.2 innings on May 23 at Cincinnati and May 28 vs. Montreal... fanned a career-best five on May 28 vs. Montreal. 2002
  • Began the season with Atlanta and became a regular in the Braves bullpen in his first full Major League season... pitched in 51 games and compiling a 1-0 record with a 2.63 ERA... tossed 51.1 innings, allowing 16 runs (15 ER) on 38 hits with 26 walks and 33 strikeouts... allowed opponents a .207 batting average and a .310 on-base percentage... allowed six of 14 inherited runners to score (42.9%) and a .302 first batter batting average (13x43).
  • Saw opponents hit .244 against him in his first 25 games, April 1-July 14... in his final 26 games, allowed a .170 mark (16x94), including a career-best seven straight games, July 21-August 6, without allowing a hit.
  • Did not allow a run in his last seven games (6.2 IP) and allowed one run over his last 11 appearances (10.2 IP), all in September.
  • Was unscored on in 29 of last 33 outings, when he tossed 35.1 innings... over that span, allowed eight ER, for a 2.04 ERA, dating back to May 7.
  • Collected his first Major League victory on August 9 at Houston, as he tossed 2.0 shutout frames.
  • Earned his first Major League save in 2-1 win at Philadelphia on July 21, as he tossed 0.2 perfect innings.
  • Was optioned to AAA Richmond May 10 and recalled on June 27.
2001
  • saw his first Major League action by making four appearances out of the Atlanta bullpen... went 0-1 with a 2.25 ERA, allowing one run on five hits with two walks and three strikeouts over 4.0 innings pitched.
  • had his contract purchased by Atlanta from AAA Richmond on September 3... made his Major League debut on September 5 at Montreal, pitching one inning, allowing one hit and one walk.
  • started his Major League career with three scoreless outings, covering 3.0 innings, as he pitched 1.0-inning relief outings on September 30 vs. the Mets (1 H, 1 BB, 1 IBB, 1 SO) and October 6 vs. Florida (1 H, 2 SO).
  • allowed his first run and took his first loss in his final outing of the year, October 7 vs. Florida... allowed a run on two hits over 1.0 inning in the game.