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Ryan Snare MLB Career Stats

1 0-0 10.80 3.1 0 2.10

Ryan Snare Bio

  • Full Name: Ryan Delbert Snare
  • Born: 2/8/1979 in Clearwater, FL
  • Draft: 2000, Cincinnati Reds, 2nd rd. (63rd overall)
  • College: North Carolina
  • Debut: 8/6/2004
  • Last Game: 8/6/2004
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MLB Career Stats 0 0 10.80 1 0 0 3.1 0 2.10


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Team Date Transaction
August 5, 2004 Ryan Snare roster status changed by Texas Rangers.
April 20, 2004 Ryan Snare roster status changed by Texas Rangers.

Ryan Delbert Snare Bio Info

Full name is Ryan Delbert Snare...selected by Cincinnati in the second round of the 2000 June Draft...originally selected by Atlanta in the ninth round of the 1997 June Draft but did not sign...signed by Reds scout Steve Kring...pitched at the University of North Carolina...went 21-12 in his Tar Heel career...played baseball and football at East Lake HS in Clearwater, Fla. (graduated '97)...an honor roll student...a first team all-state pitcher in 1997 and a second team choice in 1996...team's pitching MVP in 1996 and 1997 and their batting MVP in 1996...captain of both teams as a junior and a senior and was the football team's offensive MVP as a junior and overall MVP as a senior. 2003 Split the season between Carolina (AA) in the Florida organization and Oklahoma (AAA) in the Texas system after being obtained on July 11 in the Ugueth Urbina trade...combined to go 9-9, 3.59 (63 ER/157.2 IP) in 27 appearances (all starts)...5-4, 3.67 (42 ER/103.0 IP) at Carolina before the trade in 18 starts...tied for third on team in starts...pitched at least 6.0 innings in 10 starts...allowed 3 or fewer earned runs in 13 appearances...struck out a season-high 8 in final Carolina outing on July 4 vs. Orlando...twice pitched at least 7 innings without allowing a run b at Jacksonville on May 4 (7.0 IP) and vs. Orlando on May 20 (7.1 IP)... opponents hit .253, .235 (71-302) against right-handers...2-4, 3.58 at home but was 3-0, 3.78 on the road...appeared in 9 games with Oklahoma and was 4-5, 3.46 (21 ER/ 54.2 IP)...season-high 7.2 innings in second outing vs. Nashville on July 23...won that game as he allowed 2 runs (one earned) and struck out 5...started his Triple-A career going 2-1, 2.29 in July in 3 appearances but went 2-4, 4.11 in his final 6 starts...opponents hit .277, .250 (11-44) by left-handers...allowed opposition to hit .213 (10-47) with runners in scoring position...went 2-3, 2.84 at home and 2-2, 4.30 on the road. 2002 Combined to go 12-4, 3.21 in 29 games (22 starts) at Stockton (A), Chattanooga (AA) b in the Cincinnati organization b and Portland (AA) b in the Florida organization...began the season at Stockton and was 8-2, 3.07...split his first 2 decisions over his first 4 starts before going 7-0 over his next 8, April 28-June 11...compiled a 1.88 ERA over those games, allowing 11 ER in 52.2 innings...began the streak with wins in 4 consecutive starts, April 28-May 16...and won 3 consecutive games, May 27-June 11...allowed 2 runs (one ER) over 26.1 innings, in a 4-game span, May 22-June 11 with a 0.34 ERA...made his debut at the Double-A level for Chattanooga in a relief outing on June 28 vs. Huntsville...walked one and struck out one in 1.0 inning...did not allow an earned run in 4 of his 5 outings...joined Portland following his trade to Florida and made his Sea Dogs debut on July 13 at New Haven...pitched a perfect inning in relief, collecting a strikeout...overall, did not allow a run and allowed one hit over his first 4 Portland appearances, covering 9.1 innings...made his first Double-A start on July 16 vs. Erie, allowing one hit in 5.0 shutout innings, with 2 walks and 5 strikeouts...tied a Sea Dogs franchise record with 4 wins in August...registered a 2.45 ERA over 4 games, allowing 7 earned runs in 25.2 innings...struck out at least one batter in 16 consecutive innings over 3 starts, August 14-24...earned a California League championship ring as a member of Stockton, with whom he began the season. 2001 Made his professional debut at Dayton (A) and was 9-5, 3.05 in 21 games (20 starts)...ranked fourth in the Reds organization and sixth in the Midwest League in ERA...held opponents to a .238 batting average...selected to play in the Midwest League All-Star Game, but missed the game due to a sore left elbow...recorded a season-high 10 strikeouts over 5.0 shutout innings in his debut, a 7-0 victory on April 5 vs. Fort Wayne...named the Midwest League Pitcher of the Week, April 5-15...won 3 of his first 4 decisions over his first 6 outings...went 5-0 over 7 games, July 4-August 6, allowing 13 earned runs in 45.2 innings (2.56 ERA)...pitched in 11 games for Grand Canyon in the Arizona Fall League.