Joselo Diaz

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Joselo Diaz MLB Career Stats

5 0-0 9.39 7.2 5 2.61

Joselo Diaz Bio

  • Full Name: Joselo Diaz
  • Born: 4/13/1980 in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic
  • High School: Ana Josefa Puello, DOM
  • Debut: 9/6/2006
  • Last Game: 7/12/2008
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MLB Career Stats 0 0 9.39 5 0 0 7.2 5 2.61


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Joselo Diaz Stats

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Joselo Diaz Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
March 19, 2011 Sultanes de Monterrey placed RHP Joselo Diaz on the reserve list.
July 13, 2010 Sultanes de Monterrey activated RHP Joselo Diaz.
July 8, 2010 Sultanes de Monterrey placed RHP Joselo Diaz on the reserve list.
July 1, 2010 Sultanes de Monterrey activated RHP Joselo Diaz.
June 29, 2010 Sultanes de Monterrey placed RHP Joselo Diaz on the reserve list.
June 26, 2010 RHP Joselo Diaz assigned to Sultanes de Monterrey.

Joselo Diaz Bio Info

Married, wife's name is Alexandra...originally signed by Los Angeles as a non-drafted free agent on August 24, 1996...signed by Dodgers scout Pablo Peguero. 2005 Entering his 10th professional season, his first in the Rangers organization...split the 2005 season between Montgomery (AA) in the Tampa Bay organization and Akron (AA) and Buffalo (AAA) in the Cleveland organization...went a combined 3-3, 4.74 (39 ER/74.0 IP) with 3 saves and 85 strikeouts in 46 relief appearances between the clubs...held opposing batters to a .207 (54-206) average.

Montgomery: Started the season with the Biscuits, going 2-2, 9.13 (24 ER/23.2 IP) with 22 strikeouts in 18 relief appearances...went 1-0, 0.79 (1 ER/11.1 IP) in first 8 outings, through April 28...season opening stretch included 6.1 scoreless innings over first 5 appearances... earned first win of the season on April 28 vs. Carolina, tossing 1.0 perfect inning...allowed 8 earned runs in 4.1 innings (16.62 ERA) over next 4 outings, from May 2-10 to raise ERA from 0.79 to 5.17...tossed 4.0 scoreless frames over his next 3 outings, from May 12-15 to lower ERA to 4.12...permitted 15 ER in 2.0 innings in next 2 outings on May 21-26 to raise ERA to 9.97...allowed 9 runs without recording an out on May 26 vs. Jacksonville...struck out Jacksonville's Todd Donovan, but he took first base on a wild pitch...tossed 2.0 scoreless innings in final Montgomery outing, on May 29 at Mississippi to lower ERA to 9.13...if May 26 outing was removed from his totals, ERA would have been 5.70 (15 ER/23.2 IP)...held opposing batters to a .247 average, .302 (13-43) against left-handers and .196 (9-46) against righties...recorded at least one strikeout in 14 of 18 outings, including 4 K's on April 11 vs. Tennessee and May 21 at Mobile...designated for assignment on June 3.

Akron: Acquired by Cleveland on a waiver claim on June 7 and assigned to Akron...appeared in 8 games for the Aeros, tossing 15.2 scoreless innings with one save and 19 strikeouts...held opposing batters to a .100 (5-50) batting average and permitted just 3 walks...allowed just one hit over first 5 outings and 10.0 innings pitched at Akron...earned lone save in Akron debut on June 10 at Altoona, tossing 2.0 perfect innings with 3 strikeouts...recorded at least one strikeout in every outing, including season-high 6 K's on June 20 vs. Reading...tossed 3.0 innings on June 20 vs. Reading and July 1 vs. Binghamton.

Buffalo: Promoted to Buffalo on July 2...went 1-2, 3.89 (15 ER/34.2 IP) with 2 saves and 44 strikeouts in 20 relief appearances in his Triple-A debut...was 1-0, 5.51 (10 ER/16.1 IP) over first 10 appearances through August 2...earned lone win on August 2 vs. Indianapolis...recorded a 2.45 ERA (5 ER/18.1 IP) and 23 strikeouts over final 10 outings with the Bison to lower Triple-A ERA from 5.51 to 3.89...earned saves on August 16 at Richmond and August 30 vs. Rochester, tossing 2.0 scoreless innings in each contest...held opposing batters to a .221 average, .146 (7-48) against left-handers and .270 (20-74) against right-handers...recorded at least one strikeout in 17 of 20 outings, including 5 strikeouts in 2.0 innings on August 24 vs. Syracuse...tossed season-high 3.1 innings on July 7 at Scranton-Wilkes Barre...went 1-1, 7.62 (11 ER/13.0 IP) in 8 games at home and 0-1, 1.66 (4 ER/21.2 IP) in 12 road contests. 2004 Was acquired by the Rays along with LHP Scott Kazmir from the New York Mets in exchange for RHP Victor Zambrano and RHP Bartolome Fortunato on July 30...Assigned to Montgomery (AA)...Appeared in 7 games, 6 starts, for the Biscuits after being dealt: 1-3, 5.40 ERA (IP-30.0, ER-18)...Lone win came Aug. 22 vs.West Tenn (Cubs)...Struck out a career-high 12 over 6 innings in the 5-2 victory (3-H, 3-BB)...Opponents hit at a .245 clip (26-106) against Diaz with the Biscuits, had held the opposition to a career .187 batting average (133-711) before joining the Rays organization... Allowed 4 HR in 30.0 innings with Montgomery...Combined to allow 7 homers in 2004 (113.1 IP), had given up just 3 home runs in his previous 126.1 IP entering this year...Began the season with Double-A Binghamton in the Mets organization...Was 4-7 with a 5.18 ERA striking out 90 in 83.1 IP before the trade...Appeared in 21 games, making 19 starts...held opponents to a .208 average but walked 4 or more batters in 12 of those starts...Was credited with his first career complete game in a rain-shortened contest June 28 against Akron (Indians)...surrendered just 1 hit and 1 run in 5.0 innings (2-BB, 6-SO) in the loss...Allowed 21 ER over his next 17.1 IP (5 G, 3 GS) July 2-29, a 10.30 ERA over his final month before being traded...Suffered his worst career outing, May 2 vs. New Hampshire (Blue Jays) exiting after just 1.1 IP (career-low) and allowing a career-high 8 runs (4-H, 6-BB, 1-HR, 1-SO)...Had allowed just 1 ER over his first 4 starts (17.1 IP) with the Mets of the Eastern League 2003 Pitching for three different teams, Vero Beach and St. Lucie (A) of the Florida State League and Jacksonville (AA) of the Southern League, he compiled an 8-4 record with two saves and a 3.07 ERA in 31 games (13 starts)...In 99.2 innings, he gave up 60 hits with 38 runs, 34 earned, 76 walks and 117 strikeouts...After his trade from the Dodgers, Jose appeared in 11 games (two starts)for the Mets' St. Lucie team, striking out 41 batters in 30.1 innings...In two starts (the first game of a doubleheader on August 24th vs. Brevard and against Palm Beach on August 29th), he allowed five hits, five runs and struck out 19 in 11 innings...Picked up the victory with 11 strikeouts in five innings vs. Brevard...With St. Lucie, righthanded batters hit .152 (10-66) against him, while lefthanded batters hit .182(6-33)....Struck out 69 batters and allowed just 39 hits in 61.2 innings for Los Angeles's Vero Beach club...Pitched a season-high seven innings vs. Palm Beach on May 29th...Went 1-1 with a 8.62 ERA in 12 games in relief for Peoria of the Arizona Fall League...In 15.2 innings he allowed 18 hits, 17 runs, 15 earned with 14 walks and 16 strikeouts. 2002 Began his season with Single-A Vero Beach, starting three games behind the plate (June 9-11) and collecting a home run and three RBI... placed on the disabled list on June 12 with right patella tendinitis... was activated on June 22 and following his rehabilitation, he joined Single-A South Georgia on July 1 and became a full-time pitcher, making 19 relief appearances, going 3-1 with one save and a 4.21 ERA in 25.2 innings... limited opponents to a .163 batting average (14-for-86)... pitched season-high 2.0 innings on five occasions... in his first four outings, gave up no runs and no hits in 4.2 innings... collected first professional save, pitching 0.1 innings on July 24 vs. Capital City... earned first win on Aug. 2 at Columbus, hurling 2.0 hitless and scoreless innings, striking out three... also tossed 2.0 hitless and shutout innings to win on Aug. 30 at Savannah... 2001 Spent first two months of campaign at Single-A Wilmington, catching 22 games, before being assigned to Rookie-level Great Falls, where he caught in 43 contests... led Pioneer League catchers in putouts (359) and assists (52)... threw out 45 percent of runners attempting to steal... made his professional pitching debut, appearing in one game on the mound for Great Falls and hurling a scoreless inning with two strikeouts on Sept. 1 at Billings... also saw action at first base, third base and designated hitter... delivered three doubles for Wilmington in a May 26 game vs. Delmarva... 2000 Named to Pioneer League all-star team after leading league catchers in putouts (479) and assists (62)... led Rookie-level Great Falls with seven home runs... 1999 Missed entire season after suffering a fracture of the first metacarpal on his right index finger during extended spring training... 1998 Played in 51 games, driving in 27 runs, for the Santo Domingo Dodgers of the Dominican Summer League... 1997 Made pro debut playing 30 games for Dominican Summer League champion La Romana...