Jeremy Griffiths

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Jeremy Griffiths MLB Career Stats

W-L ERA IP SO WHIP
1-4 7.35 45.1 30 1.83

Jeremy Griffiths Bio

  • Full Name: Jeremy Richard Griffiths
  • Born: 3/22/1978 in Fairview, OH
  • Draft: 1999, New York Mets, 3rd rd. (106th overall)
  • College: Toledo
  • Debut: 6/5/2003
  • Last Game: 7/3/2004
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Year W L ERA G GS SV IP SO WHIP
MLB Career Stats 1 4 7.35 10 7 0 45.1 30 1.83

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Jeremy Richard Griffiths Bio Info

  • Jeremy Richard Griffiths graduated from Avon Lake (OH) High School.
  • Attended the University of Toledo ... Had a career ERA of 2.50 while at Toledo.
  • Was named the Mid American Conference Pitcher of the Year in 1999 ... Was also First All-Conference in 1999.

    JEREMY'S bests
    WIN STREAK -- 1 (August 3, 2003)
    LOSS STREAK -- 2 (September 6, 2003 - Present)
    STRIKEOUT HIGH -- 6 (September 1, 2003 vs. Atlanta)
    LONGEST OUTING -- 7.0 innings (August 3, 2003 vs. St. Louis)
    FEWEST WALKS, COMPLETE GAME -- None
    MOST WALKS, GAME -- 6 (September 1, 2003 vs. Atlanta)
    SCORELESS STREAK -- 4.0 innings (August 3, 2003)
    LAST COMPLETE GAME -- None
    LOWEST HIT, COMPLETE GAME -- None
    LAST COMPLETE GAME, SHUTOUT -- None

    2003 Was the recipient of the 2003 Sterling Award at Norfolf (AAA) of the International League, which is eblematic of the team's Most Valuable Player....Led the International League with a 2.74 ERA...Was recalled for the third time this year from Norfolk on September 1st...was recalled for the first time on June 1st and was optioned back to Norfolk on June 19th...was recalled again on August 2nd and sent back to the Tides on August 5th...Made his first career major league appearance on June 5th, in an 8-7 loss to the Brewers at Shea Stadium, in the first game of a doubleheader...worked 2.0 scoreless innings, allowing one hit and one walk...Made three relief appearances, going 0-0 with a 7.50 ERA (10 earned runs, 12.0 innings pitched.)...Made his first major league start on June 28th vs. the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium...Started on June 21st against the New York Yankees in a game that would be postponed due to rain...In that game he pitched 4.0 innings, allowing six hits, four runs, three earned, with no walks and two strikeouts...Was one of the four rookies to start from New York this season...The others were Aaron Heilman, Jason Roach and Jae Weong Seo...The four rookie starters are the most since five rookies started for the Mets in 1995...that season Reid Cornelius, Jason Isringhausen, David Mlicki, Robert Person, and Bill Pulsipher all made starts for New York...Earned his first major league win in a 13-5 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on August 3rd...In two consecutive starts, August 3rd and September 6th, he went 1-0 with a 2.03 ERA (three earned runs, 13.1 innings pitched)...replaced first baseman Jorge Toca to represent the Tides in the Triple-A All-Star Game...As a starter with Norfolk, he was 7-6 with a 2.80 ERA (35 earned runs/112.2 innings pitched) with 17 walks and 53 strikeouts in 15 games. ...awarded the International Leaugue Pitcher of the Week for Jule 7th-July 13th...went 7.0 innings, allowing two hits and no runs wiht a three strikeouts and was 1-0...notched a career-high six strikeouts on September 1st vs. Atlanta...tossed 6.1 innings in that contest and had a no-decision in a game New York won, 3-2...Posted a 1-2 mark wiht a 6.94 ERA in seven starts for Gigantes del Cibao of the Dominican Republic Winter League...in 23.1 innings, he permitted 24 hits, 19 runs, 18 earned and 10 strikeouts. 2002

  • Spent the entire season with Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern League, where he was named Pitcher of the Year.
  • Went 1-3 with 10 no-decisions in his first 14 starts of the year ... Allowed 47 earned runs in 72.1 innings for an ERA of 5.85 ... Was 7-3 with two no-decisions over his final 12 starts of the season (July 1st-August 30th) ... In 78.1 innings, he gave up 19 earned runs for an ERA of 2.18.
  • Worked 2.0 scoreless innings surrendering two hits in his lone relief outing of the year, May 19th vs. Altoona.
  • Won five consecutive starts from July 1st-July 25th ... In 34.1 innings, he allowed 27 hits, five runs, all earned, with 12 walks and 36 strikeouts for an ERA of 1.31.
  • Had a season-high 10 strikeouts on August 24th vs. Norwich ... Received a no-decision in the B-Mets 4-3 loss ... In 7.0 innings of work he allowed four hits and one run, earned with one walk.
  • Worked 7.0 innings or more in 11 of his 26 starts ... Pitched 6.0 innings or more in 15 of his 26 starts ... Hurled 8.0 innings on two different occasions: July 20th at Portland and August 9th at Trenton.
  • Allowed three runs or less in 19 of his 26 outings.
  • Was 2-0 with two no-decisions in his last four starts ... Went 7.0 innings in each of those starts and allowed three runs, two earned, with 24 strikeouts for an ERA of 0.64. 2001
  • Was fourth in the Florida State League with two complete games. 2000
  • Led his Capital City (A) team of the South Atlantic League in strikeouts and was tied for second in victories. 1999
  • Finished 11th in the Appalachian League in ERA.
  • Led the League in games started and complete games.