Aaron Taylor

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  • 6' 8" /260

Aaron Taylor MLB Career Stats

20 0-0 8.86 21.1 19 1.83

Aaron Taylor Bio

  • Full Name: Aaron Wade Taylor
  • Born: 8/20/1977 in Valdosta, GA
  • Draft: 1996, Atlanta Braves, 11th rd. (332nd overall)
  • High School: Lowndes County (GA) HS
  • Debut: 9/9/2002
  • Last Game: 10/2/2004
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MLB Career Stats 0 0 8.86 20 0 0 21.1 19 1.83


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Aaron Wade Taylor Bio Info

Aaron Wade Taylor...is married (Rebecca)...graduated from Lowndes High School in Valdosta, GA in 1996...won the Mariners' John Ellis Award for community service in 2002. 2004 Taylor spent the first half of the season on the disabled list recovering from offseason surgery to repair a partial tear in his right rotator cuff...was placed on Seattle's 60-day DL April 1 and began a rehab assignment on June 3...he made eight rehab appearances overall, one with Inland Empire (A) and seven with San Antonio (AA) before being returned from rehab and optioned to San Antonio on July 2...he was recalled by the Mariners on Sept. 6 and pitched in five big league games, posting a 0-0 record with a 9.82 ERA in 3.2 innings of work...made his first appearance with Seattle on Sept. 8 vs. Cleveland, allowing 1 run in 1.0 inning...gave up a grand slam to Manny Ramirez on Sept. 10 vs. Boston...Aaron appeared in 30 games (all in relief) for San Antonio, going 3-1 with a 2.89 ERA...struck out 37 batters in 37.1 innings...held left-handers to a .156 average (7-for-45) compared to a .222 average vs. right-handers (20-for-90)...tossed 11.2 scoreless innings (covering eight games) from June 26-July 19. 2003 Began season with Tacoma, going 1-3 with 16 saves and a 2.45 ERA (40.1 IP, 11 ER) in 33 games...Limited batters to a .208 average, including a .167 clip against left-handed hitters...Recorded a save in six consecutive appearances, May 25-June 3...Did not allow a run in eight appearances (9.0 IP), May 12-30...Recalled to Seattle, making 10 relief appearances, before being optioned back to Tacoma, Aug. 2...Placed on the disabled list for the remainder of the season on Aug. 12 with a right shoulder strain. 2002 Made MLB debut as a September call-up ... spent majority of season with Double-A San Antonio, going 4-3, 2.34 with 24 saves in 61 games ... had 93 strikeouts in 77.0 innings ... recalled to Seattle on Sept. 9 ... made MLB debut Sept. 9 at Texas; pitched one-two-three 8th before allowing four runs in 9th ... worked 1.0 scoreless innings Sept. 12 at Texas (1 H, 1 K) ... retired all three batters faced Sept. 20 vs. Anahiem (1 K) ... won the organization's John Ellis Award for his communtity service.

Selected by Mariners in minor league Rule 5 draft from Atlanta, Dec. 13, 1999. 2001 Voluntarily retired March 30, but came back June 4 ... made 28 relief appearances, finishing 26 games, with Wisconsin ... walked 11 while striking out 50 in 29.1 IP ... held opponents scoreless in 23 of 28 games (82 percent) ... did not allow a run in 14 home games, going 2-0 with 3 saves ... pitched season-high 3.0 hitless innings to earn the victory, July 13 at Lansing ... had six saves and a 0.90 ERA (10.0 IP, 1 ER) in 10 August games, holding opponents to a .091 average (3-for-33).

Played with Everett in 2000 ... pitched in 15 games, making 14 starts.

Pitched for Macon ... final seven appearances were as starter ... 4-4, 4.22 overall in 8 starts.

Spent seasons with Danville ... led Danville in starts and strikeouts and was second in innings pitched in 1998.

Began pro career with Atlanta's Gulf Coast team.