Clint Nageotte

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Clint Nageotte MLB Career Stats

16 1-6 7.78 41.2 26 2.06

Clint Nageotte Bio

  • Full Name: Clinton Scott Nageotte
  • Born: 10/25/1980 in Parma, OH
  • Draft: 1999, Seattle Mariners, 5th rd. (155th overall)
  • High School: Brooklyn, OH
  • Debut: 6/1/2004
  • Last Game: 4/23/2006
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MLB Career Stats 1 6 7.78 16 5 0 41.2 26 2.06


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Clint Nageotte Awards

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
2003 San Antonio TEX

AFL All-Prospect Team

Year Team League
2005 Peo Javelinas AFL

TEX Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2003 San Antonio TEX

Clint Nageotte Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
October 29, 2007 RHP Clint Nageotte elected free agency.

Clinton Scott Nageotte Bio Info

Clinton Scott Nageotte graduated from Brooklyn (OH) High School in 1999...Earned four letters in basketball and baseball...Named the Ohio High School Baseball Player of the Year in 1999...His baseball team advanced to the state Final Four in 1998...Selected to the All-Ohio basketball team twice. 2006 Put together three winning months: was 2-1 in April; 3-2 in May and 2-1 in June...Was 5-2 in 10 road games with a 4.80 ERA (27 earned runs/50.2 innings)...Allowed two or less runs in 12 of his 19 starts...Worked a season-high 7.0 innings, allowing two runs and three hits to pick up a win against Round Rock...Pitched in one game for Seattle...Gave up three runs and two hits in 1.0 inning vs. Detroit on April 23. 2005 Had two stints with Seattle, appearing in three games in relief...Ejected (by home plate umpire Larry Poncino) after throwing one pitch (wild pitch) in the seventh inning, Aug. 21 at MIN...Started season on the disabled list with a strained right elbow; made one rehab start with Peoria on June 22, tossing 3.0 perfect inning while striking out six...was activated on June 25 and assigned to Tacoma...Had a 0.79 ERA (2 ER, 22.2 IP) in first 13 AAA relief appearances to start the season (June 25-Aug. 6)...Recorded save on July 1 vs. Colorado Springs...was only the second save of his career and first since Aug. 26, 2000 with Peoria...Struck out 35 batters in 34.0 innings of work, including striking out a season-high four batters three times...Held opponents to a .176 average (21x119), including a .118 clip (9x76) vs. righties...Had a 0.96 ERA (2 ER, 18.2 IP) at home compared to a 4.70 ERA (8 ER, 15.1 IP) on the road. 2004 Recalled from Tacoma May 28, appeared in 5 games, 4 starts, before being optioned back to Tacoma July 1; recalled for second time from Tacoma Aug. 1...made Major League debut and took loss in relief June 1 vs. Toronto (4.0 innings pitched, 4 earned runs)...first ML win in first ML game started June 7 vs. Houston (6.0 IP, 6 H, 0 R, 8 K, 3 BB) of 15 players to make Major League debut for Seattle in 2004...record of 1-3 with 7.15 ERA in five games started (22.2 IP, 18 ER)...posted an 0-3 record with a 7.71 ERA in seven relief appearances (14.0 IP, 12 ER)... season-ending disabled list stint began Aug. 28 after leaving game one start with back spasms in lower right back. 2003 Led the Texas League in strikeouts (157), finished tied for 1st in walks (67) and 3rd in ERA (3.10)...Went 4-0 with a 1.85 ERA (34 IP, 4 ER) and five scoreless outings in six games to start the season...Won three consecutive starts, May 27-June 6...Struck out a career-high 14 batters in his first professional shutout, allowing only one hit...Picked up the loss, July 21 at Frisco, despite tossing his second complete game of season, allowing one run on three hits while striking out five...Struck out 10 or more batters three times (June 26, July 5 and July 10)...Struggled at the end of the season, going 1-5 with a 4.11 ERA in his last eight starts, raising his ERA from 2.64 to 3.10...Member of the U.S. team at the 2003 MLB Future's Game at U.S. Cellular Field, July 15...Named to the Texas League All-Star team and the Postseason All-Star team. 2002 Set San Bernardino franchise record and led Mariners organization with California League-leading 214 strikeouts; first Cal League pitcher to surpass 200 strikeouts since Brad Penny in 1998 with High Desert...his 164.2 innings pitched was fifth-best in the league...tossed first career complete game July 2 vs. High Desert (9.0,5,3,2,0,7)...reached double digits in strikeout totals in 8 starts, including 6 straight starts from July 18-Aug. 14...pitched with Peoria in the Arizona Fall League. 2001 Named Wisconsin's Most Valuable Pitcher by the Mariners organization...his 187 strikeouts ranked first in the Midwest League and second among Mariners minor league pitchers...struck out 11.02 hitters per 9.0 IP as a starter, also tops in the league...went 7.1 innings and earned the win in his lone postseason start. 2000 Began pro career with Peoria, appearing in 12 games and making 7 starts...ranked third in the Arizona League with a 2.16 ERA and fourth with 59 strikeouts...ranked among the top-10 prospects in the Arizona League by Baseball America...held opponents to a .167 batting average...did not allow a home run in 50 innings pitched...earned the win in the League Championship game against the Rockies (7.0,4,1,0,1,8).