Jeremy Guthrie

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Jeremy Guthrie MLB Career Stats

306 91-109 4.42 1765.1 1046 1.34

Jeremy Guthrie Bio

  • Full Name: Jeremy Shane Guthrie
  • Nickname: JGuts
  • Born: 4/8/1979 in Roseburg, OR
  • Draft: 2002, Cleveland Indians, 1st rd. (22nd overall)
  • College: Stanford
  • Debut: 8/28/2004
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MLB Career Stats 91 109 4.42 306 273 0 1765.1 1046 1.34


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Jeremy Guthrie Awards

Baseball America Major League All-Rookie Team

Year Team League
2007 Baltimore AL

Jeremy Guthrie Leaderboards

Earned Run Average

Season ERA Rank
2007 3.70 13th in AL
2008 3.63 14th in AL
2010 3.83 22nd in AL


Season W Rank
2013 15 6th in AL
2014 13 19th in AL

Winning Percentage

Season WPCT Rank
2007 .583 19th in AL
2013 .556 19th in AL
2014 .542 24th in AL


Season WHIP Rank
2007 1.21 9th in AL
2008 1.23 12th in AL
2010 1.16 7th in AL

Batting Average Against

Season AVG Rank
2007 .249 14th in AL
2008 .242 7th in AL
2010 .243 17th in AL

Games Started

Season GS Rank
2008 30 24th in AL
2009 33 4th in AL
2010 32 14th in AL
2011 32 14th in AL
2013 33 4th in AL
2014 32 10th in AL

Complete Games

Season CG Rank
2008 1 16th in AL
2009 1 17th in AL
2011 2 15th in AL
2013 3 3rd in AL
2014 1 15th in AL


Season SHO Rank
2013 2 3rd in AL

Innings Pitched

Season IP Rank
2008 190.2 21st in AL
2009 200.0 16th in AL
2010 209.1 14th in AL
2011 208.0 14th in AL
2013 211.2 10th in AL
2014 202.2 14th in AL

Strikeouts per Nine Innings

Season K/9 Rank
2007 6.31 22nd in AL
2009 4.95 25th in AL

Strikeout/Walk Ratio

Season K/BB Rank
2007 2.62 17th in AL
2009 1.83 24th in AL
2010 2.38 20th in AL
2014 2.53 25th in AL

Bases on Balls

Season BB Rank
2008 58 25th in AL
2009 60 22nd in AL
2011 66 14th in AL
2013 59 21st in AL


Season H Rank
2009 224 5th in AL
2010 193 17th in AL
2011 213 8th in AL
2013 236 1st in AL
2014 215 6th in AL
2015 186 18th in AL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2007 23 12th in AL
2008 24 11th in AL
2009 35 1st in AL
2010 25 7th in AL
2011 26 4th in AL
2012 21 22nd in NL
2013 30 4th in AL
2014 23 9th in AL
2015 29 1st in AL

Jeremy Guthrie Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
June 2, 2017 Acereros del Norte released RHP Jeremy Guthrie.
May 18, 2017 Acereros del Norte signed free agent RHP Jeremy Guthrie.
May 18, 2017 Acereros del Norte activated RHP Jeremy Guthrie.
April 12, 2017 RHP Jeremy Guthrie elected free agency.
April 9, 2017 Washington Nationals designated RHP Jeremy Guthrie for assignment.
April 8, 2017 Washington Nationals selected the contract of RHP Jeremy Guthrie from Auburn Doubledays.
April 1, 2017 RHP Jeremy Guthrie assigned to Auburn Doubledays from Syracuse Chiefs.
February 11, 2017 Washington Nationals signed free agent RHP Jeremy Guthrie to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
February 11, 2017 RHP Jeremy Guthrie assigned to Syracuse Chiefs.
July 30, 2016 New Orleans Zephyrs released RHP Jeremy Guthrie.
June 28, 2016 RHP Jeremy Guthrie assigned to New Orleans Zephyrs.
June 25, 2016 Miami Marlins signed free agent RHP Jeremy Guthrie to a minor league contract.
June 2, 2016 El Paso Chihuahuas released RHP Jeremy Guthrie.
April 4, 2016 RHP Jeremy Guthrie assigned to El Paso Chihuahuas.
April 2, 2016 RHP Jeremy Guthrie assigned to San Diego Padres.
March 28, 2016 Texas Rangers released RHP Jeremy Guthrie.
February 21, 2016 Texas Rangers signed free agent RHP Jeremy Guthrie to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 4, 2015 RHP Jeremy Guthrie elected free agency.
November 2, 2015 Kansas City Royals activated RHP Jeremy Guthrie.
October 8, 2015 Kansas City Royals reassigned RHP Jeremy Guthrie to the minor leagues.
October 8, 2015 Kansas City Royals reassigned RHP Jeremy Guthrie to the minor leagues.
November 20, 2012 Kansas City Royals signed free agent RHP Jeremy Guthrie.
November 3, 2012 RHP Jeremy Guthrie elected free agency.
July 21, 2012 Kansas City Royals activated RHP Jeremy Guthrie.
July 20, 2012 Kansas City Royals traded LHP Jonathan Sanchez to Colorado Rockies for RHP Jeremy Guthrie.
May 15, 2012 Jeremy Guthrie roster status changed by Colorado Rockies.
May 9, 2012 sent RHP Jeremy Guthrie on a rehab assignment to Modesto Nuts.
April 28, 2012 Colorado Rockies placed RHP Jeremy Guthrie on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 23, 2012. Right shoulder sprain.
February 6, 2012 Baltimore Orioles traded RHP Jeremy Guthrie to Colorado Rockies for RHP Jason Hammel and RHP Matt Lindstrom.

Jeremy Shane Guthrie Bio Info

Married to the former Jenny Williams...the couple has a daughter, Avery, and two sons, Hudson and Dash Steven. Participated in the 2014 Royals Caravan and 2014 Royals FanFest. Graduated from Ashland (Ore.) High in 1997...class valedictorian and also named MVP for football, basketball and baseball his senior seasons. Selected by the New York Mets in the 15th round of the Draft in 1997, but chose to attend Brigham Young University. Attended BYU for his freshman year in 1997-98 before going on a two-year Mormon mission to Spain, 1999-2000 ... speaks fluent Spanish...did not play baseball for two years during his mission. Following his mission, enrolled at Stanford University in the fall of 2000...majored in sociology. As a sophomore at Stanford in 2001, was named a Second-Team All-American by The Sporting News and a Third-Team selection by Baseball America and the NCBWA...led the Cardinal in wins with a 13-4 record and a 2.82 ERA ... outdueled USC ace and Cubs 2001 first-round pick Mark Prior, 2-0, on March 3, 2001, handing Prior his only loss of the season. Selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the third round of the Draft in 2001, but chose to return to Stanford. Was 13-2 with a 2.51 ERA in 157.2 innings and 20 starts during his junior season at Stanford ... named 2002 Pac-10 Pitcher of the Year, a finalist for the 2002 Golden Spikes Award and was the NCAA Regional MVP. His brother, Chad, was a quarterback at Southern Oregon University from 1994-97. Featured member of the 2010 and 2012 European Big League Tour ... participated in clinics and press conferences to spread the game overseas...part of the MLB Ambassadors' program in 2013, hosting clinics in China. Is an avid bicyclist and athletic shoe collector.


Jeremy completed his second full season as a Royal, topping 30 starts for the sixth time and 200.0 innings for a fifth time...Pitched well down the stretch, going 8-2 with a 3.42 ERA over his final 12 starts…The eight wins tied for second in the A.L. from July 26 to the end of the year…Was 3-1 in five September starts, recording a 2.40 ERA...Posted a 2-0 record and a 1.82 ERA (5 ER in 24.2 IP) in three Interleague starts, knocking off the Dodgers (5-3) June 23 and Arizona (6-2) August 7...Recorded his eighth career complete game August 7 at Arizona, allowing 2 runs on 7 hits over his 9.0 innings...Retired the final 18 hitters he faced in the game...Earned the win in KC's postseason clincher on September 26 at Chicago, holding the Sox scoreless over 7.0 innings in a 3-1 final...Recorded a season-high nine strikeouts in consecutive starts, June 13 at Chicago and June 18 at Detroit...His 2-1 victory at Comerica Park June 18 was Kansas City's season-best 10th-consecutive win...Tossed 6.0 scoreless innings at Oakland on August 1, besting Sonny Gray, 1-0...He allowed just three hits and two walks with six strikeouts...Walked 2.18 batters per 9.0 innings, his lowest ratio since 2010...Held right-handed batters to a .241 average (83-for-345), with lefties hitting .297 (132-for-444)...Set a franchise record with 14 hit batsmen, surpassing four hurlers who hit 13, most recently Luke Hochevar in 2012...Tied Baltimore's Bud Norris and Toronto's R.A. Dickey for the A.L. lead...Made three postseason starts, including two in the World Series, going 1-1 with a 4.05 ERA (6 ER in 13.1 IP) with two walks and five strikeouts...Became the oldest starting pitcher (35 years, 189 days) to make his postseason debut since Steve Trachsel (35 years, 341 days) did it for the Mets in Game 3 of the 2006 NLDS vs. the Dodgers...Suffered the loss in Game 7 of the World Series, allowing three runs on four hits over 3.1 innings...He became the oldest Royals pitcher (35 years, 204 days) to start a postseason game in that start...Earned his first postseason victory in Game 3 of the World Series, tossing the first 5.0 innings in KC's 3-2 triumph.


Jeremy set career highs in wins and innings in his first full season in Kansas City, becoming the club's third 15- game winner since 1997 joining Paul Byrd (17 in 2002) and Zack Greinke (16 in 2009). Won his first five decisions over seven outings, extending an unbeaten streak to a team-record 18 consecutive starts, breaking Paul Splittorff's club record of 16-straight starts without defeat in 1977-78 ... went 10-0 with a 2.21 ERA from August 8, 2012 to May 9, 2013...fell one win shy of the club mark for consecutive wins, held by Splittorff (1977-78) and Rich Gale (1980). Recorded his first career shutout May 4, blanking the White Sox (2-0) on four hits with a walk ... added his second shutout on August 5 vs. Minnesota (13-0). Allowed a Major League-high 236 hits...held right-handed hitters to a .225 average (80-for-356), which ranked ninth in the A.L...lefties hit .331 (156-for-472). Held opponents to 11 home runs over his final 19 starts (119.2 IP), after surrendering 19 roundtrippers over his first 14 outings (92.0 IP). Finished 9-5 at home, though he had a 4.38 home ERA, compared to 3.73 on the road, where he was 6-7...allowed just nine home runs at "The K", compared to 21 on the road. Compiled an 11-6 mark and a 3.67 ERA vs. the A.L. Central...his 11 wins marked the most by a Royals pitcher since the division¡¦s inception in 1994 and the most by a KC pitcher within its division since Bret Saberhagen went 12-0 vs. the A.L. West in 1989.

2012 Jeremy was acquired on July 20 from the Colorado Rockies in exchange for Jonathan Sanchez and became the Royals best starting pitcher in his 14 starts...signed three-year contract thru 2015 on November 30, 2012...The Royals recorded a 10-4 record in his 14 starts, including winning 10 of his last 11 starts, allowing 2 earned runs or fewer in 9 of those 11 and completing 7.0 innings in 8 of those 11 starts...made himself at home in Kauffman Stadium, going 4-2 with a 2.40 ERA (60.0 IP, 48 H, 16 ER) in 9 starts...Was 4-0 from August 8 to the end of the season, giving up 63 hits and 18 earned runs in 74.2 innings for a 2.17 ERA, with 22.0 consecutive innings scoreless (from August 8 thru the seventh on August 19) to set a Royals season high and career high, while fanning 44 with just 14 walks...the 2.17 ERA since August 8 was the seventh-best in baseball and the third-best in the A.L...Ended the season with a 5-game winning streak which set a new single-season personal best...Served as the Rockies Opening day starter...struggled prior to the trade to KC, especially at home where he was 1-5 with a 9.50 ERA in 9 games, including 7 starts at Coors Field...was 2-4 with a 3.67 ERA in 10 games on the road for Colorado, including 8 starts...allowed 14 of his 21 home runs for Rockies at Coors. 2011 Spent his fifth professional season with Baltimore as the clubs Opening Day starter..led the team with 16 quality starts...threw a team-leading 97.5 pitches per start...Reached 1,000 innings in his career during his 9/9 start at Toronto and became the 1,150th pitcher in MLB history and the second active pitcher to reach 1,000 innings...On 9/14 became the 11th pitcher in O's history to start 30 or more games in four separate seasons: Jim Palmer (11 seasons with 30+ starts), Dave McNally (8), Mike Cuellar (7), Scott McGregor (7), Mike Flanagan (6), Mike Mussina (6), Dennis Martinez (4), Mike Boddicker (4), Milt Pappas (4) and Scott Erickson (4)...With his 10-strikeout performance 9/14 vs. TB, became the first pitcher in Orioles history to register 10 or more strikeouts and earn a win in a game he entered with a record at least 10 games below .500 that season (entered 7-17)...Tied his career-high with 17 losses (also 2009) to become the first pitcher since Kip Wells (2005 and 2007) to lose 17 or more games twice in his career...the 17 losses tied for the sixth-most in Orioles history...His 48 losses since the start of the 2009 leads the Majors, seven ahead of Fausto Carmona's 41...On 9/9 at TOR, threw seven scoreless innings on three hits...combined with his eight scoreless innings on 4/1 at TB, Guthrie joined Mike Mussina (1992) and Brian Matusz (2010) as the only Orioles pitchers in the last 20 years to have two road starts where they worked 7.0 or more scoreless innings and allowed three or fewer hits...Struck out Manny Ramirez on 4/1 for his 500th career strikeout and fanned Toronto's Mike McCoy on 8/30 for number 600...Allowed 83 extra-base hits, which tied with A.J. Burnett for second-most behind Cincinnati's Bronson Arroyo...Started the year 1-6 after eight starts as the Orioles scored a total of 10 runs while he was in the game and were shut out in five of those outings while he was in the game, including three starts in a row from 5/2-13 where the Birds were scoreless in his 20.0 innings pitched...the Birds scored just 124 runs in his 32 starts...The O's scored three or fewer runs in 32 of his 64 starts since the start of the 2010 season...Doubled off Pittsburgh's Jason McDonald 6/21 for his only hit of 2011...In his third career Opening Day start, 4/1 at TB, threw 8.0 scoreless ip, marking the first time an Orioles starter worked 8.0-plus scoreless ip to open a season since Rick Sutcliffe on 4/6/92, when he shutout CLE to open Camden Yards...Became the third O's Opening Day starter to allow three or fewer hits in 8.0-plus scoreless innings of a season opener since the team moved to Baltimore in 1954, joining Dave McNally (1973 vs. Milwaukee) and Jim Palmer (1975 at Detroit)...McNally and Palmer both threw 3-hit shutouts 2010 Made 32 starts in 2010 and reached the 200 innings pitched mark for the second consecutive year...Is one of five O's pitchers (Mussina, Ponson, Lopez and Cabrera) to reach 200 inning plateau in 2000s and second to do it twice (Ponson, 2000 and 2004) ... In 14 starts after the All-Star break, went 8-4 with a 2.76 ERA (98.0IP, 30ER)...In his 18 starts before the break, was 3-10 with a 4.77 ERA (111.1IP, 59ER). ... Worked at least 6.0 innings in 28 of his 32 starts on the season...Pitched at least 6.0 innings in 11 consecutive starts from July 17-September 11...Ranked 14th in the AL with 209.1 innings pitched ... Went 7-3 with a 3.14 ERA (77.1IP, 27ER) in 11 starts after Buck Showalter took over as manager on August 3 ... Posted a 4.59 ERA (86.1IP, 44ER) in 14 starts against the AL East, a 2.28 ERA (51.1IP, 13ER) in seven starts against the AL Central and a 2.89 ERA (46.2IP,15ER) in seven starts against the AL West ... In 15 home starts, went 7-7 with a 3.81 ERA (108.2IP, 46ER)...The Birds won six of the last nine home games he started (he went 5-2 in those games). ... The Orioles scored 48 runs over his last 11 outings, posting at least four runs in eight of those games...They had only scored more than four runs in games he started six times in his first 21 starts ... In his 14 losses, the Orioles scored 22 runs while he was in the game, and 35 runs total...The Birds scored three or fewer runs in 18 of his 32 starts ... Allowed 38 of his 93 runs (41%) on the year in the first two innings. ... Snapped career-long eight game losing streak (over 11 starts) dating back to September 16, 2009 on May 8, then lost six consecutive decisions (over nine starts) from May 30-July 17 2009 Went 2-0 to begin the season (12.0IP, 3ER), winning on Opening Day vs. NYY, his 2nd career Opening Day start...Made 33 starts and reached the 200 innings pitched mark for the first time in his career...Became 5th Oriole pitcher in the 2000s to hit 200 IP plateau (Mussina - '00; Ponson - '00 & '04; Lopez -'05 and Cabrera - '07)...Tied a career-high with 10 wins and had 15 Quality Starts...Led the American League with 17 losses and 35 home runs allowed...Set new career-highs in ERA (5.04), hits allowed (224), walks (60), losses (17), home runs (35) and earned runs (112)...Pitched a season-high 8.0 innings, July 19 @CWS and May 3 @TOR (complete game loss)...Went 6.0 or more innings in 23 of his 33 starts and 5.0 or more in 29 of 33 starts...Struck out a team season-high 10 on May 30 vs. DET...Had a 2.22 ERA (65.0IP, 16ER) in his 10 victories and a 6.40 ERA (135.0IP, 96ER) in his other 23 starts...Went 3-1 with a 1.33 ERA (27.0IP, 4ER) and four Quality Starts in a four-start stretch, August 21-September 6...Went 5-2 with a 3.92 ERA (62.0IP, 27ER) in nine day starts and 5-15 with a 5.54 ERA (138.0IP, 85ER) in 24 night starts...Went 4-10 in a 16-game stretch, July 2-September 29, to push record from 6-7 to 10-17...Went 2-1 with a 3.44 ERA (18.1IP, 7ER) in three Interleague starts...Pitched in the 2009 World Baseball Classic for Team USA in March, going 0-2 with a 14.73 ERA in two games (one start) 2008 Led team with 10 wins, 190.2 IP, 120 strikeouts and 12 losses...20 0R EV Finished 7th in the AL in batting average against (.242), 8th in ERA in night games (3.50) and tied for 10th with 12 losses...His 24 homers allowed were tied for 11th place in the AL, while his 3.63 ERAwas 14th...His 190.2 IPwere 21st in the ALand his 30 starts tied for 24th in the league...Tied Daniel Cabrera for team lead in starts (30) and HR allowed (24)...TS Threw his first career complete game August 2 @SEA, allowing just one run on four hits and a walk while striking out two...Retired 26 of the final 28 batters faced in the game...O N Posted 19 quality starts, including six straight quality starts, May 13-June 7, (was just 2-3 during that stretch), five straight, July 28-August 18 and three straight, April 6-17, but did not factor in the decision in any of those contests...P10 of his 19 quality starts followed an O's loss and he allowed two or fewer earned runs in 17 of his 30 starts...The O's were 14-16 in his 30 starts...The Orioles scored a total of 21 runs in the 12 games in which Guthrie was tagged with the loss...Seven of Guthrie's 10 wins followed an O's loss...IN O G U Failed to complete 6.0 IPjust three times in his last 15 starts (5.2 IPon July 23 vTOR, 3.0 IPAugust 29 @TB and 4.0 IP September 28 vTOR, in his first game back from disabled list)...LThrew at least 99 pitches in 22 of his 30 starts, with the only outings in which he did not throw at least 90 pitches being his first start of the year and his last two (August 29 @TB and September 28 vTOR)...Made nine starts in which he pitched 6.0 or more innings and allowed two or fewer runs without getting the win...C O RD S & IS TO RY Won four straight starts, allowing just one run in each game before allowing two runs over 7.0 IPand losing vBOS August 18...According to Elias Sports Bureau, over the last 30 seasons, the only other Orioles pitchers to win at least four consecutive starts and give up no more than one run in each game were Jimmy Key, who had a four-start streak in 1997, and Erik Bedard, who had a five-start streak in 2006 and a four-start streak in 2007...Was the Orioles' Opening Day starter, his first such assignment, vTB and suffered the loss, allowing five earned runs in 5.1 IP...Was placed on the disabled list September 15 with a right shoulder impingement...Was activated September 27 and started the final game of the season vTOR...A Recorded first major league hit June 29 with a double off Washington's Sean Bergmann 2007 Enjoyed his finest professional season, emerging as a Rookie of the Year candidate in his first year with the Orioles after being claimed off waivers from Cleveland on January 29...Was 2nd among AL rookies in ERA, strikeouts and innings pitched, 3rd in opponents batting average (.249) and tied for 3rd in wins and starts...Ranked 13th in the AL in ERA (3.70) and 14th with a .249 opponents batting average...Was also 9th in baserunners allowed per 9 innings (11.09)...Made 26 starts and 32 appearances on the season, missing 2 1/2 weeks in September due to a strained left oblique muscle...Went 6-5 with a 3.44 ERA (165.0IP, 63ER) in his 26 starts and 1-0 with a 7.84 ERA (10.1IP, 9ER) in 6 relief appearances...Began the year in the bullpen and went 1-0 with a 3.38 ERA in his first 3 outings, pitching at least 2.1 innings and allowing one run in each...Picked up his first major league victory in relief on April 16 at Tampa Bay...Made his first start for the Orioles on April 24 vs. Oakland, replacing Jaret Wright...Suffered his first major league loss that day despite allowing only one earned run in 5.0 IP...Went back to the bullpen when Wright was activated on April 29, making 3 more relief appearances, but returned to the starting rotation in early May when Wright was placed on the DL again...Earned his first win as a starter on May 8 against Tampa Bay, allowing one run in 6.0 innings...Established new career-highs in consecutive starts on May 13 at Boston and May 19 at Washington...Struck out 10 batters in 7.0 innings against the Nationals after a personal best of 8.1 innings in his previous start vs. the Red Sox...Ranked 3rd in the AL with a 1.78 ERA in May (teammate Erik Bedard was 2nd with a 1.71 ERA) and was 4th in the league with a .193 opponents average in the month (Bedard was 2nd, .169)...Was also 3rd in the league with a 1.69 ERA and .182 opponents average in June...Earned a "Quality Start" in 10 straight outings in May and June...Over that span, he worked at least 7.0 innings in 9 starts, pitching 6.1 innings in the other...Allowed more than 2 earned runs in only 3 of his first 17 starts through June 26...Surrendered 12 earned runs in 17.2 innings over his next 3 starts, July 1-12, then went 3-0 with a 2.59 ERA (24.1IP, 7ER) over his next four outings, July 17-August 2...After allowing 4 home runs in his first 15 games (73.2IP), surrendered 19 homers over his last 17 games (101.2IP)...Allowed 1.18 HR per 9IP, the 7th highest rate in the league...Had only 5 wins in 24 starts beginning May 13...The Orioles scored a total of 110 runs in his 26 starts, suffered 5 blown saves and went to extra innings 5 times...Gave up 6 runs in 3 of his last 8 starts beginning August 8...His ERA went from 2.98, 3rd in the American League, to 3.70 (13th) in that time...Left his start against Boston on September 9 due to a strained left oblique muscle...Returned for a final start on September 27, allowing 3 runs on 6 hits in 5.0 innings in the Orioles' victory over Toronto...Pitched to a 2.59 ERA in day games, 9th in the AL, while holding opponents to a .194 batting average, 4th lowest during the day...In road games, held opposing batters to a .220 average, 3rd in the AL, and was 7th in the league with a 3.25 ERA. 2006 Spent most of the season in the rotation at AAA Buffalo, with 3 separate call-ups by Cleveland...Finished 6th in the International League with a 3.14 ERA...Held IL hitters to a .229 (104-455) average and just 6 home runs in 21 games, including 20 starts...Pitched 15.1 scoreless innings over 3 starts to begin the season at Buffalo before being recalled by Cleveland...Made 6 relief appearances (11.2IP, 11H, 6ER) before being optioned back to the Bisons on May 16...Was ejected from the game on April 22 at Kansas City for hitting Esteban German with a pitch...Returned to Buffalo and tossed 20.0 more consecutive scoreless innings from May 17 to June 4, giving him a total of 35.1 scoreless innings to start the AAA season...Was recalled by the Indians for a week, June 13-20, and made one relief appearance, pitching 2.0 innings on June 19 vs. the Chicago Cubs...Won 3 straight starts at Buffalo, July 21-31...Had an 0.53 ERA (34.0IP, 24H, 2ER) over his first 6 starts at AAA...Pitched a complete game one-hitter on July 26 vs. Louisville, the hit coming with 2 outs in the 1st inning...In his previous start on July 21 vs. Syracuse he allowed just 3 hits over 7.0 shutout innings in a win...Was recalled on August 12 to make a spot start vs. Kansas City in the second game of a day-night doubleheader, getting a no-decision in his first major league start (4.2IP, 5H, 4R/ER, 6BB, career-high 5K)...Optioned to Buffalo the next day and spent the remainder of the minor league season with the Bisons...Over his last 4 outings, August 17-September 4, he went 2-1 with a 2.66 ERA (23.2IP, 7ER)...Was recalled on September 5 by the Indians and made one relief appearance the rest of the way, pitching 1.0 inning on September 22 vs. Texas...Buffalo went 13-7 in his 20 starts...Averaged 6.0 IP per start, including 11 "Quality Starts"...Lefties hit .213 (47-213) off him while right-handed batters hit hit .236 (57-242) with 2 HR allowed...Batters at AAA hit .220 (29-132) with RISP...Big league hitters batted .316 (24-76), with lefties batting .394 (13-33) and righties batting .256 (11-43)...Retired 1 of 8 first batters faced in relief...Made 5 starts for Aguilas in the Dominican Winter League in November and December, going 0-1 with a 2.63 ERA (27.1IP, 8ER). 2005 The Indians moved Guthrie, a power pitcher, to the bullpen late in the 2004 season but for 2005 moved him back into a starter's role at Triple-A Buffalo. In the Minors, he showed glimpses of what he might be able to do if he can be more consistent with his fastball. In limited Major League duty in '05, he went 0-0 with a 6.00 ERA. 2004 Split the season between AAA Buffalo, AA Akron and the big leagues as he was converted to relief late and season as he developed the consistency with his pitches that made him the 22nd overall pick in the draft...Began the year at Buffalo and was quickly sent to AA Akron after going 1-2 w/a 7.91 ERA in 4 starts for Bisons after walking 18 in his first 19.1IP (19.1IP, 23H, 9R/17ER, 10K). At Akron he pitched well in his first start (7.0IP, 4H, 1R, 1BB, 6K), but poorly in this second (4.2IP, 7H, 8R/ that was indicative of his stay in Akron...Won 4 straight decisions from May 12 to June 2 (3.67ERA, 30.1IP, 9ER)...Worked 5.0 or more innings in 16 straight starts from May 12 to July 24, but allowed 4 or more runs 6 of those starts...Went a combined 3-5 w/a 3.67 ERA in June and July for the Aeros (76.0IP, 83H, 31ER)...Allowed 10 runs (10ER) and 10 hits in 4.0IP in start of August 4 vs. Altoona...Made final 2 starts with Akron, August 16 (11.2IP, 13H, 5R/2ER) before being converted to relief for his final 2 Akron appearances on August 21 (3.1IP, 6H, 3R/ER)...Overall at Akron batters hit .277 (145-523, 16HR). Was recalled by Cleveland on August 27 after Chad Durbin went 0.2IP the night before vs. Chicago-AL forced the need for a long man...Made his major league debut on August 28 vs. Chicago-AL (1.0IP, 0H, 0R, K, GIDP) and tossed 2.0 shutout IP in his 2nd outing on August 31 at New York to preserve a shutout...Allowed runs during each of his 4 Sept. outings (8.2IP, 9H, 6R/ER, 5BB, 5K) but limited major league hitters to a .214 (9-42) average against during his 11.2 innings (333 slg%)...Batters hit .091 (2-22) off him runners on base and .071 (1-14) w/RISP with Cleveland...Resumed classes at Stanford immediately after season to continue working towards his degree. 2003
  • Split his first professional season between AA Akron & AAA Buffalo, winning a combined 10 games between the 2 stops with three 9.0 inning complete games while tossing 159.1 innings as he reached the Triple A level in just his first season out of college...His 159.1 IP were the 2nd most of any minor league pitcher in the Cleveland farm system...Named #2 prospect in Indians organization by Baseball America.

  • Began the year at AA Akron where he made 10 appearances (9 GS) and tossed two 9.0 inning CG shutouts, which finished tied for the league lead despite not playing in Akron after May 23... Shutout Altoona on 3 hits (0 BB, 6 K) on April 27 and shutout Bowie on 4 hits on May 13 (1 BB, 2 K)...In all, he went 5.0 innings in 9 of his 10 Akron starts and limited Eastern League hitters to a .196 (44-224) average against with 0 HR allowed in 62.2 IP...Was limited to 1.1 IP in second start of April 9 vs. Harrisburg due to strained muscle in the back of his shoulder.

  • Was named Eastern League's Chase Bank Most Valuable Player for the month of April, 2003, posting a 3-0 record with a 1.27 ERA (28.1 IP, 17 H, 4 ER, 6 BB, 17 K)... Was promoted to AAA Buffalo on May 25 after batters hit just .149 (13-87) off him with men on base and .146 (7-48) with RISP.

  • Got off to a shaky start at Buffalo, allowing 6 runs and 8 hits in his Buffalo debut on May 28 at Louisville (1.2 IP)...Lost his first two decisions and was winless over his first 4 starts for the Bisons (0-2, 8.69 ERA, 19.2 IP, 37 H, 19 ER, 5 HR) before tossing a 9.0 inning, 3-hitter at Norfolk on June 18 to pick up his first AAA win (9.0 IP, 3 H, 1 R/ER, HR, 1 BB, 3 K)...Won his next start on June 24 vs. Columbus (8.0 IP, 4 H, 0 R) before losing 5 straight starts from June 29 to July 23 and was winless over 7 straight starts from June 29 to August 2 (0-6, 9.44 ERA, 34.1 IP, 53 H, 36 ER).

  • Rebounded over his last 5 starts at AAA to end the season , going 2-1 w/a 4.91 ERA (25.2 IP, 32 H, 14 ER) over his final 5 outings from August 7-27...Overall Triple A hitters hit .321 (129-402) off him with 15 HR allowed in 96.2 IP, including a .341 (63-185) average against LH hitters. 2002 Entering the draft he was rated the 11th best overall prospect in the entire 2002 draft by Baseball America...Signed his first professional contract on 10/3 and reported to fall instructional league in Winter Haven, FL shortly thereafter...Made his debut in the Arizona Fall League on 11/3 and went on to make 4 starts for Phoenix in the Arizona Fall League (0-1, 3.86 ERA, 9.1 IP, 14 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, 12 SO).

    College Career:

  • 2002: Jeremy went 13-2 with a 2.51 ERA in 157.2 innings and 20 starts at Stanford University during his junior season (6 CG/1 SHO, 157.2 IP, 138 H, 44 ER, 36 BB, 136 SO) after earning 2002 First Team Preseason All-American honors (Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball, NCBWA)...For his efforts he was named the 2002 PAC-10 Pitcher of the Year, a finalist for the 2002 Golden Spikes Award and was NCAA Regional MVP...In his two seasons at Stanford, Guthrie went 26-6 with a 2.65 ERA while striking out 264 batters in 291.2 innings...Despite playing just two seasons for the Cardinal, Guthrie left Stanford ranked tied for eighth in career wins (26), recording a pair of 13-win seasons for head coach Mark Marquess...He is the only two-year pitcher to be ranked among the school's career top 10 and the only Stanford pitcher to ever have two seasons rank on the school's top 10 list for single-season victories (13, T-7th)...He set the single-season school record for innings pitched in 2002 (157.2 IP) and finished sixth on the single-season strikeout list (136 SO)...Was a two-time collegiate All-America selection and was the 13th Stanford player in the last 16 years to be selected in the first round of the MLB First-Year Player Draft...Won seven consecutive starts from 5/3-6/15 before suffering the loss when Stanford was eliminated by eventual national champion Texas in a College World Series bracket final...Guthrie had a 13-inning complete game in a 3-2 Regional opening win over Cal State Fullerton on 5/31, a career-high 13 strikeouts in a complete game 11-0 victory at UCLA (5/17) and a complete game win in a 4-3 victory over Notre Dame in the CWS opener on 6/15...He pitched at least 6.0 innings in all 20 of his 2002 starts.

  • 2001: As a sophomore at Stanford he was named a Second Team (The Sporting News) and Third Team (Baseball America, NCBWA) All-American after a brilliant season as he led the team in wins (T-2nd in Pac-10, T-12th in NCAA) with a 13-4 record and a 2.82 ERA (4th best in Pac-10)...Outdueled USC ace and Cubs' 2001 first round draft pick (2nd overall) Mark Prior to hand him his only loss of the year in a 2-0 win on 3/9/01...Attended Brigham Young University for his freshman season in 1997-98 before going on two-year Mormon mission in Spain in 1999-2000.Entering the draft he was rated the 11th best overall prospect in the entire 2002 draft by Baseball America...Signed his first professional contract on 10/3 and reported to fall instructional league in Winter Haven, FL shortly thereafter...Made his debut in the Arizona Fall League on 11/3 and went on to make 4 starts for Phoenix in the Arizona Fall League (0-1, 3.86 ERA, 9.1 IP, 14 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, 12 SO).