Reynaldo Garcia

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Reynaldo Garcia MLB Career Stats

W-L ERA IP SO WHIP
0-0 11.25 20.0 17 2.05

Reynaldo Garcia Bio

  • Full Name: Reynaldo Garcia
  • Born: 4/15/1974 in Mayua, Dominican Republic
  • Debut: 7/19/2002
  • Last Game: 9/26/2003
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Year W L ERA G GS SV IP SO WHIP
MLB Career Stats 0 0 11.25 20 0 0 20.0 17 2.05

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Played amateur baseball in his hometown of Nagua in the Dominican Republic...Reynaldo and his wife, the former Grecia Ortega Arias, have 2 daughters, Greysi (7/5/98) and Reyni (6/28/02). 2003 SUMMARY: A member of a major league Opening Day roster for the first time, Garcia split the season between Texas and Triple-A Oklahoma...combined to make 56 appearances between the 2 stops, the most in his 7-year pro career...had 3 stints with the Rangers and posted no record and a 9.00 ERA in 17 relief appearances...went 4-3 with 9 saves and a 3.69 ERA in 39 appearances (3 starts) with Oklahoma. WITH THE RANGERS: Made his season debut April 1 at Anaheim, tossing a scoreless frame...made a total of 5 appearances, recording a 7.36 ERA, through April 12 before being optioned to Oklahoma...returned to Texas and made 3 outings from May 31-June 6, allowing 6 earned runs in 3.0 innings...was a September call-up and made 9 relief appearances down the stretch...struck out 17 in 20.0 innings but walked 15...surrendered 6 homers. AT OKLAHOMA: After going 1-1 with a 7.47 ERA over his first 4 Triple-A games (3 starts), went 3-2 with 9 saves and a 2.38 ERA in his final 35 outings, all in relief...allowed just 3 homers in 61.0 innings...righties hit .255 (39-for-153) while lefties hit .294 (25- for-85)...limited opponents to a .233 batting average with runners in scoring position and 2 outs...posted a 0.96 ERA and .154 batting average against when pitching in the 9th inning...recorded 6 saves and a 0.73 ERA in 12 relief outings in August. MORE 2003 HIGHLIGHTS: Struck out a season-high 6 in 4.1 innings of relief to earn the win May 10 at Tacoma...the 4.1 innings matched his longest outing of the season...did not walk a batter in 12 straight appearances July 26-August 21, covering 12.2 innings...did not allow a run in 9 straight outings (8.2 IP) August 4-21...recorded a save in 4 straight games August 12-17, allowing just one base runner in 3.2 innings. 2002 Combined to go 7-3, 3.42 (38 er/100 ip) in 43 games/9 starts at Tulsa and Oklahoma...Established career high for wins and compiled 10th best era among Rangers minor league pitchers (92 or more ip)...Began the season at Tulsa, going 4-1, 3.06 (18 er/53 ip) in 9 starts and 1-0, 5.87 (10 er/15.1 ip) in 9 relief appearances...All 9 starts came in span of 10 appearances, April 30-June 15...Won 1st 4 decisions before loss on May 31 at El Paso...Longest outing was 8 innings in win at San Antonio on May 9...Opponents batted .246 (63-256).

Was promoted to Oklahoma on June 23...Had the lowest era (2.84) among RedHawks pitchers with 30 or more innings and ranked 3rd on the staff in saves (4)...Worked 8.1 scoreless innings over 8 appearances, July 29-Aug. 13...Held opposition to .198 (23-116) average.

Was purchased from Oklahoma on July 19 and made major league debut that night in Oakland (0.2 ip, 2 h, 3 r-er, 2 hr)...Worked 1.2 scoreless innings on July 26 vs. the A's in other appearance and was optioned to RedHawks on July 27...Was recalled again on Aug. 18, allowing 4 runs in 0.1 innings that night vs. Toronto, before returning to Oklahoma on Aug. 19.

Pitched for Escogido in the Dominican winter league, posting 1.83 era and 8 saves in 19 games.

Previous Career Highlights:
2001: Was 2nd on Charlotte staff in strikeouts (111) and ranked 3rd in appearances (35) and innings (116.1)...Was 3-2, 2.70 with 4 saves in 19 relief appearances...Finished season by making 13 consecutive starts...Lost final 7 decisions...Fanned season high 10 batters, Aug. 22 at Tampa.

Pro Career: Topped Savannah in appearances (49) and saves (14) in 2000...Was 1-1 with 7 saves and a 0.73 era (2 er/24.2 ip) in season's 1st 14 appearances...Righthanded batters hit just .206 (47-228)...Led Gulf Coast Rangers in starts (11), innings (64), and strikeouts (42) in 1999...Was 2-1, 0.64 (2 er/28 ip) in final 5 starts...Started for Rangers Dominican Summer League Team in 1998 after pitching primarily in relief in 1997. 2001 Ranked 3rd on Charlotte staff with 35 appearances and 116.1 ip...Ranked 2nd on squad with 111 K's...Made 2 starts to open the year before moving to the bullpen...Went 3-2 with 4 saves and 2.70 era (9 er/30.0 ip) in 19 relief outings before finishing year with 13 straight starts...Lost each of his last 7 decisions, including Aug. 22 at Tampa when he stuck out season-high 10 and allowed 2 runs in 6.1 innings...Threw season-high 7.0 innings on 3 occasions. 2000 Led the Savannah staff in appearances (49) and saves (14) after making one relief appearance in the previous 2 seasons combined...Began the season by going 1-1 with 7 saves, 21 strikeouts and 0.73 era (2 er/24.2 ip) over his first 14 games...Registered 5 strikeouts on 4 occasions...Held right-handed batters to a .206 average (47-228)... 1999 Posted a 3.23 era (23 er/64 ip) in 12 games/11 starts for Gulf Coast...Worked 4.0 relief innings in his first outing of the season, allowing 7 runs...Pitched a season-best 6.0 innings in 6 of his 11 starts...Opponents hit just .233 (55-236)...In his final 5 starts, went 2-1, with a 0.64 (2 er/28 ip) era, striking out 24 batters in that span... 1998 Started 13 games for the Rangers' Dominican entry... 1997 Recorded 5 saves in 31 relief outings, also making five starts for the Rangers' Dominican Summer League team.