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Jeremy Bonderman MLB Career Stats

W-L ERA IP SO WHIP
69-81 4.91 1231.0 961 1.41

Jeremy Bonderman Bio

  • Full Name: Jeremy Allen Bonderman
  • Born: 10/28/1982 in Kennewick, WA
  • Draft: 2001, Oakland Athletics, 1st rd. (26th overall)
  • High School: Pasco, WA
  • Debut: 4/2/2003
  • Last Game: 9/21/2013
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Year W L ERA G GS SV IP SO WHIP
MLB Career Stats 69 81 4.91 225 200 0 1231.0 961 1.41

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Awards

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PCL Pitcher of the Week

Week Team League
05/06/2013 Tacoma PCL

Jeremy Bonderman Leaderboards

Earned Run Average

Season ERA Rank
2006 4.08 14th in AL

Wins

Season W Rank
2005 14 13th in AL
2006 14 20th in AL

Winning Percentage

Season WPCT Rank
2006 .636 11th in AL
2007 .550 24th in AL

Strikeouts

Season SO Rank
2004 168 6th in AL
2005 145 16th in AL
2006 202 2nd in AL
2007 145 18th in AL

WHIP

Season WHIP Rank
2003 1.55 2nd in AL
2005 1.35 16th in AL
2006 1.30 24th in AL
2007 1.38 11th in AL
2010 1.44 6th in AL

Batting Average Against

Season AVG Rank
2003 .294 3rd in AL
2005 .271 20th in AL
2006 .259 24th in AL
2007 .278 9th in AL
2010 .277 11th in AL

Games Started

Season GS Rank
2004 32 20th in AL
2006 34 1st in AL

Complete Games

Season CG Rank
2004 2 8th in AL
2005 4 2nd in AL

Shutouts

Season SHO Rank
2004 2 1st in AL

Innings Pitched

Season IP Rank
2006 214.0 9th in AL

Strikeouts per Nine Innings

Season K/9 Rank
2003 6.00 19th in AL
2004 8.22 4th in AL
2005 6.90 9th in AL
2006 8.50 2nd in AL
2007 7.49 14th in AL

Strikeout/Walk Ratio

Season K/BB Rank
2004 2.30 15th in AL
2005 2.54 17th in AL
2006 3.16 8th in AL
2007 3.02 12th in AL

Bases on Balls

Season BB Rank
2003 58 23rd in AL
2004 73 13th in AL
2005 57 23rd in AL
2006 64 12th in AL

Hits

Season H Rank
2006 214 14th in AL
2010 187 24th in AL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2003 23 25th in AL
2004 24 23rd in AL
2007 23 12th in AL
2010 25 7th in AL

Jeremy Bonderman Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
October 21, 2013 Detroit Tigers activated RHP Jeremy Bonderman.
October 3, 2013 Detroit Tigers reassigned RHP Jeremy Bonderman to the minor leagues.
September 3, 2013 Detroit Tigers recalled RHP Jeremy Bonderman from Toledo Mud Hens.
August 31, 2013 Detroit Tigers optioned Jeremy Bonderman to Toledo Mud Hens.
August 5, 2013 Detroit Tigers selected the contract of Jeremy Bonderman from Toledo Mud Hens.
July 19, 2013 Jeremy Bonderman assigned to Toledo Mud Hens.
July 18, 2013 Detroit Tigers signed free agent RHP Jeremy Bonderman to a minor league contract.
July 11, 2013 RHP Jeremy Bonderman elected free agency.
July 8, 2013 Seattle Mariners designated RHP Jeremy Bonderman for assignment.
June 2, 2013 Seattle Mariners selected the contract of RHP Jeremy Bonderman from Tacoma Rainiers.
December 21, 2012 Seattle Mariners signed free agent RHP Jeremy Bonderman to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 7, 2010 RHP Jeremy Bonderman elected free agency.
September 1, 2009 Detroit Tigers activated RHP Jeremy Bonderman from the 15-day disabled list.
August 4, 2009 sent RHP Jeremy Bonderman on a rehab assignment to Toledo Mud Hens.
June 12, 2009 Detroit Tigers placed RHP Jeremy Bonderman on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to June 9, 2009. thoracic outlet compression syndrome
June 8, 2009 Detroit Tigers activated RHP Jeremy Bonderman from the 15-day disabled list.
May 18, 2009 West Michigan Whitecaps sent RHP Jeremy Bonderman on a rehab assignment to Toledo Mud Hens.
May 16, 2009 Detroit Tigers sent RHP Jeremy Bonderman on a rehab assignment to West Michigan Whitecaps.
March 30, 2009 Detroit Tigers placed RHP Jeremy Bonderman on the 15-day disabled list.

Jeremy Allen Bonderman Bio Info

He, his wife Amber, daughter Mailee Blaize (6/2/06) and son Tripp Allen (12/28/09) reside in Pasco, WA during the offseason...was 2-0 with a 3.07 ERA in two games for Team USA at the 2000 World Junior Championships...as a junior at Pasco High School in 2001, he went 3-1 with a 3.60 ERA and 54 strikeouts in 35.0 innings... became the first player to ever be selected after his junior year of high school when he was selected in the first round of the June 2001 draft by Oakland. 2012 Did not play organized baseball after undergoing Tommy John surgery on his right elbow in April 2012...last appeared in the Majors in 2010 with the Detroit Tigers when he went 8-10 with a 5.53 ERA in 30 G/29 GS. 2009 Sidelined for most of the 2009 season as he spent two stints on Detroit's disabled list as he continued his rehabilitation from thoracic outlet compression syndrome surgery...Assigned to Single A West Michigan by the Tigers for an injury rehabilitation assignment on May 16, earned the win for the Whitecaps that night versus Great Lakes...Had his injury rehabilitation assignment transferred from West Michigan to Triple A Toledo on May 20, posted a 1-1 record and 3.15 ERA (20.0IP/7ER) in three starts with the Mud Hens before his injury rehabilitation assignment was recalled by the Tigers on June 2...Reinstated from the disabled list by the Tigers on June 8, took the loss that night at Chicago's U.S. Cellular Field as he allowed six runs in four innings of work against the White Sox...Landed on the disabled list for the second time during the season on June 9 as he continued his rehabilitation from thoracic outlet compression syndrome surgery...Joined Toledo for an injury rehabilitation assignment on August 4, made 11 appearances in relief...Compiled a 2.25 ERA (8.0IP/2ER) over his final six outings with the Mud Hens August 17-30...Recalled from his injury rehabilitation assignment with Toledo by the Tigers and reinstated from the disabled list on September 1, pitched solely in relief for the Tigers after joining the club, appearing in seven games. 2008 Limited to 12 starts with the Tigers during the 2008 season before landing on the disabled list for the remainder of the season on June 7 with thoracic outlet compression syndrome...Walked a career-high seven batters on April 24 versus Texas...Recorded a quality start in each of his final four outings of the season May 16-June 1, compiling a 1-0 record and 3.42 ERA (26.1IP/10ER)...He was examined at the Detroit Medical Center on June 6 and it was determined he had a blood clot of the axillary vein due to thoracic outlet compression syndrome -- he underwent a thrombolysis that night, followed by an angioplasty on June 7 performed by Dr. Monte Harvill under the supervision of team physician Dr. Stephen Lemos...Underwent successful surgery to correct thoracic outlet compression syndrome on June 30, a procedure performed by Dr. Greg Pearl in Dallas, TX -- the procedure included a first rib resection and veinous bypass. 2007 Completed his fifth season at the major league level with the Tigers, starting 28 games -- marked his fewest number of starts since he started 28 games during his rookie season...Posted 11 victories, marking the fourth straight season he reached double-digits in wins -- longest such streak by a Tigers pitcher since Brian Moehler also did so in four straight seasons (1997-2000)...Fanned 3.02 batters per walk, 12th-best in the American League...Received 6.25 runs per nine innings, seventh-best in the American League...Rated as possessing the best slider in the American League by Baseball America...Recorded a quality start in each of his first four starts of the season April 2-18 -- along with Justin Verlander, it marked the first time a Tigers pitcher had done so since Steve Sparks posted a quality start in each of his first four starts April 3-19, 2002...Did not register a decision in each of his first five starts of the season April 2-24 -- first Tigers pitcher do so since Brian Bohanon also did not factor in the decision of his first five starts May 20-June 9, 1995...Worked nine innings on April 13 at Toronto, but did not figure in the decision as the Tigers suffered a 2-1 loss in 10 innings -- first Tigers pitcher to toss nine innings and not record a complete game since Mike Maroth did so on July 31, 2004 versus the Chicago White Sox...Won eight straight starts April 30-June 20, establishing a career-high winning streak -- first Tigers pitcher to win eight straight starts since Dave Mlicki also won eight straight starts August 6-September 13, 1999...Finished fifth in the American League with 39.0 innings pitched during April, while he tied for eighth with 33 strikeouts -- posted a 1-0 record and 3.69 ERA (39.0IP/16ER) in six starts during the month...On the disabled list May 9-24 with a blister on his right middle finger -- marked his first stint on the disabled list in his career...Won all three of his starts during May, compiling a 2.66 ERA (20.1IP/6ER)...Suffered his first loss of the season on June 25 versus Texas -- snapped a 17-start stretch dating back to September 10, 2006 in which he did not lose...according to the Elias Sports Bureau, his 17-start stretch September 10, 2006-June 20, 2007 without a loss is the longest by a Tigers pitcher since Bobo Newsom did not suffer a loss in a club-record 18 straight starts April 25-July 17, 1940...Tied for second in the American League with four wins during June -- in five starts during the month, he finished 4-1 with a 4.99 ERA (30.2IP/17ER)...Lost six straight decisions over a seven-start stretch July 24-August 25...Seventh in the American League with 35 strikeouts, while he tied for 10th with 39.0 innings pitched -- finished 2-2 with a 5.31 ERA (39.0IP/23ER) in six starts during the month...Was shut down for the remainder of the season with inflammation of the lateral aspect of his right elbow following his start on September 9 versus Seattle...Posted a 9-1 record and 3.48 ERA (106.0IP/41ER) in 16 starts prior to the all-star break -- tied for 10th in the American League with 98 strikeouts prior to the break... compiled a 2-8 record and 7.38 ERA (68.1IP/56ER) in 12 starts following the all-star break...Fourth in the American League with 12 wild pitches. 2006 Established career highs with 34 games started, 214.0 innings pitched and 202 strikeouts in his fourth season with the Tigers...Tied for the lead in the American League with 34 games started, while he was second with 202 strikeouts and 8.5 strikeouts per nine innings, eighth with 3.16 strikeouts per walk and ninth with 214.0 innings pitched...His 8.5 strikeouts per nine innings are third-highest in Tigers single-season history...Fanned 202 batters during the season, becoming the first Tigers pitcher to strike out at least 200 batters in a season since Jack Morris fanned 208 batters in 1987...Rated as possessing the second-best slider in the American League by Baseball America...Posted a career-best six-game winning streak June 3- July 24, compiling a 2.54 ERA (67.1IP/19ER) over the 10- start stretch...Fanned 12 batters in consecutive starts June 14 versus Tampa Bay and June 19 at Milwaukee, becoming the first Tigers pitcher to post consecutive outings with 12-or-more strikeouts since Mickey Lolich fanned 14 batters in backto- back starts July 31 and August 4, 1971 -- Bonderman fanned six straight batters in his outing on June 19, the first Tigers pitcher to do so since Nelson Cruz also struck out six consecutive batters on July 8, 2000 at Milwaukee...Earned Tigers Pitcher of the Month honors for June after finishing 2-0 with a 1.77 ERA (35.2IP/7ER) in five starts during the month -- tied for the league lead during June with 44 strikeouts, while he was third with a 1.77 ERA and sixth with a .201 batting average against (27x134)...Lost a season-high four straight decisions July 30- September 10...Tied for second in the American League with four wins during July, while he was third with 38 strikeouts -- compiled a 4-1 record and 3.66 ERA (39.1IP/16ER) in six starts during the month...Fanned 37 batters during August, tied for fifth-most in the league...in six starts during the month, he was 0-2 with a 5.40 ERA (36.2IP/22ER)...Started 18 games prior to the All-Star break, posting an 8-4 record with a 3.46 ERA (119.2IP/46ER) -- fourth in the American League with 111 strikeouts prior to the All-Star break...finished 6-4 with a 4.87 ERA (94.1IP/51ER) in 16 starts following the break. 2005 In his third season at the major league level with the Tigers, he established a career best with 14 wins...Tied for second in the American League with four complete games, while he tied for ninth with 6.9 strikeouts per nine innings...tied for eighth in the league with 13 losses...Made his first career Opening Day start on April 4 vs. Kansas City, earning the win -- became the youngest pitcher to start Opening Day for the Tigers since Josh Billings on April 11, 1928 at age 20 and in the majors since Dwight Gooden for the New York Mets at age 20 in 1986...Matched a career high with a three-game winning streak April 27-May 7...posted a second three-game winning streak June 11-21...Earned Tigers Pitcher of the Month honors in April after posting a 3-2 record and 3.82 ERA (35.1IP/15ER) in five starts -- fifth in the league with 27 strikeouts during the month, while his three wins were tied for sixth-most...Tossed a complete game on July 1 vs. the New York Yankees -- according to the Elias Sports Bureau, at the age of 22 years, 246 days he became the youngest pitcher to throw a complete game against the Yankees since May 26, 1990 when Kansas City's Tom Gordon, then 22 years, 189 days, accomplished the feat...Received a five-game suspension from Major League Baseball, which he served July 25-31, for his role in a bench-clearing brawl on July 17 vs. Kansas City...Posted a 4-2 record and 3.40 ERA (45.0IP/17ER) in six starts during July to garner Tigers Pitcher of the Month honors -- tied for fourth in the league during the month with four wins, while he was eighth with 31 strikeouts...Forced from his start on August 24 vs. Oakland in the fourth inning after being hit by a line drive off the bat of Marco Scutaro -- X-rays were negative as he suffered a bruised right wrist...did not miss time with the injury, making his next scheduled start on August 29 at Cleveland...Finished 1-4 with a 6.75 ERA (26.2IP/20ER) in five starts during August -- tied for the league lead during the month with four losses, while his 6.75 ERA was seventh highest... Following his complete game effort on September 4 at Chicago's U.S. Cellular Field against the White Sox, he missed two starts with lateral elbow soreness...Returned to the mound on September 19 at Kansas City -- shut down for the remainder of the season following the outing for precautionary reasons...Compiled an 11-5 record and 3.99 ERA (121.2IP/54ER) in 18 starts prior to the all-star break -- first Tigers pitcher with 11 wins at that point in the season since Bill Gullickson also had 11 victories in 1991...in 11 starts following the all-star break he was 3-8 with a 5.61 ERA (67.1IP/42ER)...Worked six-or-more innings in 25 of his starts during the season, including 24 times in his first 25 starts of the season...Posted a 1.52 ground ball/fly ball ratio (312 ground ball outs/183 fly ball outs), seventh-best in the league. 2004 Established career bests in nearly every category during his second season with the Tigers...Fourth in the American League with 8.2 strikeouts per nine innings -- fifth-best strikeouts per nine innings ratio in Tigers history...Tied for fifth in the league with a .242 batting average against and tied for sixth with 168 strikeouts... Tied for the league lead with two shutouts, while he tied for eighth with two complete games...His 13 losses tied for sixth-most in the league...Sixth among league pitchers with 8.22 hits per nine innings...Averaged 90.34 pitches per start, second-fewest among all league starters...Limited the opposition to three earned runs-or-less in seven of his first nine starts April 7-May 23, going 4-3 with a 4.66 ERA (56.0IP/29ER), before allowing 14 runs on 19 hits in 5.1 innings over the course of two starts May 29 versus Baltimore and June 3 against Kansas City...Forced to leave his first start of the season in the sixth inning on April 7 at Toronto after being struck on his right calf by a ball hit back up the middle by Vernon Wells -- he suffered a contusion on his right calf and made his next scheduled start on April 13 versus Toronto...Registered the victory on May 1 versus Seattle, allowing two runs on six hits in 7.2 innings -- retired 16 straight batters after allowing a lead-off single to Ichiro Suzuki and he allowed both runs in the eighth inning...Held Philadelphia to one run on one hit over seven innings to earn the win June 15 -- fanned eight batters in the start and retired the final 10 batters he faced...Ejected by home plate umpire Gary Cederstrom on July 4 at Colorado for arguing balls and strikes from the dugout...Ejected from his start on July 25 at Chicago's U.S. Cellular Field against the White Sox in the second inning by home plate umpire Kevin Kelley after Kelley thought Bonderman hit Chicago's Aaron Rowand intentionally...In 11 games (10 starts) during June and July, he was 2-3 with a 6.45 ERA (51.2IP/37ER) and 55 strikeouts...Left the game on August 1 against the Chicago White Sox in the second inning with a left shin contusion after being struck by a line drive off the bat of Jose Valentin...Xrays were negative and he made his next scheduled start on August 7 versus Boston... Fired the first shutout of his career August 23 against the Chicago White Sox, fanning a career-best 14 batters -- his 14 strikeouts were the most by a Tigers pitcher since Mickey Lolich fanned 15 batters on October 2, 1972 versus Boston...first Tigers pitcher 21-or-younger to toss a shutout since Dan Petry on August 8, 1980 at Texas. 2003 Earned a spot in the Tigers rotation for the 2003 season during Spring Training after pitching at the Single A level in his only other professional experience...became the youngest Tigers player to break camp with the club since Alan Trammell did so at the age of 20 in 1978...Topped the Tigers staff with 108 strikeouts, becoming only the sixth rookie to lead the club in strikeouts...Bonderman joined the following five pitchers: Felipe Lira (89, 1995), Tommy Bridges (105, 1931), Hooks Dauss (107, 1913), George Mullin (78, 1902) and Ed Siever (85, 1901)...His 108 strikeouts topped all American League rookies and are the most by a Tigers pitcher in club history age 20-or-younger...his 28 games started matched Dave Rozema (1977) for most in franchise history by a pitcher age 20-or-younger, while he finished third with 6.00 strikeouts per nine innings, behind Denny McLain (6.30, 1964) and Hal Newhouser (6.02, 1940)...Second among all league rookies in games started and innings pitched (162.0)...Finished second in the AL with 19 losses and 12 wild pitches, while his 118 runs allowed were sixthmost... allowed the third-highest batting average (.294) and on-base percentage (.352) in the league, and the second-highest slugging percentage (.482)...surrendered 10.72 hits per nine innings, third-most in the league...Threw 3.54 pitches per batter, sixth-fewest among all league pitchers...suffered from the second-worst run support in the league, 3.67 runs per nine innings...Induced 0.94 ground into double plays per nine innings, seventh-best in the league...25 stolen bases allowed were second-most in the league, while he tied for fourth with nine caught stealings...Averaged 2.22 total chances per nine innings, ninth most among league pitchers...Made his major league debut on April 2 vs. Minnesota, taking the loss after allowing six runs on nine hits in four innings...was the youngest Tigers pitcher to start a game since Bruce Robbins in 1979, who was 19 at the time of his major league debut on July 28, 1979...became first Tigers pitcher to appear in the majors without the courtesy of game action at both Double A and Triple A since Jon Warden appeared in 28 games in relief during the 1968 season...Bonderman was the first Tigers pitcher to start a game without experience above Single A since Joe Sparma in 1964...Earned his first major league win April 23 at Oakland, limiting the A's to one run on three hits in a career-best eight innings -- retired 17 straight batters after allowing two hits with two out in the second inning before a triple by Terrence Long in the eighth ended the string...one of two victories against 2002 AL Cy Young Award winner Barry Zito, with the other coming August 7 at Comerica Park...Dropped nine straight decisions over an 11-start stretch May 10-July 3, matching Mike Maroth for the longest losing streak by a Tigers pitcher in 2003...posted a 4.57 ERA (65.0IP/33ER) and 49 strikeouts over the stretch...Posted seven straight quality starts June 6-July 9, winning just one of his seven decisions and posting a 3.89 ERA (44.0IP/19ER)...lone win during the seven-start stretch on July 9 vs. Chicago snapped his nine-game losing streak...Fanned a career-high eight batters in 6.1 innings on June 18 vs. Cleveland -- retired 13 of the first 15 batters faced, including seven on strikeouts, before allowing three runs in the seventh inning to take the loss...Issued two walks (one intentional) on July 3 at Kansas City -- snapped a string of 32.1 innings pitched without a walk dating back to June 6 at San Francisco...Matched his career high with eight innings pitched July 26 vs. Kansas City -- carried a shutout into the ninth inning and was relieved after allowing a run in the inning...earned the win, allowing one run on three hits...Assigned to the bullpen after his start on September 2 vs. Cleveland -- five of his final six appearances of the season came in relief...posted a 1.69 ERA (10.2IP/2ER) in those five relief appearances...In the first three innings of games, the opposition hit .328 (111x338), while opponents batted .260 (72x277) from the fourth inning on...Lefties batted .306 (117x382) with 14 home runs with Bonderman on the mound, while righthanded hitters hit .277 (76x274) with nine home runs against him...Posted a 1.42 ground ball/fly ball ratio (251 ground ball outs/177 fly ball outs)...Named the 20th-best prospect in baseball prior to the season by Baseball America. 2002 Pitched the majority of the 2002 season at Single A Modesto in Oakland's organization before being sent on August 22 to the Tigers organization as the player to be named in the July 6 trade between the two clubs...combined to fan 170 batters, fifth-most in Single A and eighth-most in the minors...Finished fifth among all Athletics minor leaguers with 160 strikeouts and sixth with a 3.61 ERA...Fifth in the California League in strikeouts (160)...Topped his staff at Modesto with 144.2 innings pitched, while finishing second in strikeouts and tying for second with his nine wins...Fanned seven-or-more batters in 14 of his 25 starts with Modesto, working six-or-more innings in 15 of the 25 games started...Posted a 2-5 record with a 4.37 ERA (57.2IP/28ER) in 11 starts during April and May...fanned 63 batters during the two months, holding California League opponents to a .249 batting average (55x221)...Struck out a season-high 11 batters on May 23 vs. Stockton, but he suffered the loss after allowing four runs on six hits in seven innings...Limited the opposition to a .179 batting average (21x117) in five starts during June, going 2-1 with a 3.13 ERA (31.2IP/11ER)...struck out 37 batters during June...Won each of his final four decisions with Modesto July 24-August 17...posted a 1.24 ERA (29.0IP/4ER) with 32 strikeouts during the four wins...Finished 3-2 with a 2.65 ERA (37.1IP/11ER) in six starts during July, striking out 39 batters...Fired a complete game in the first game of a doubleheader August 12 vs. Bakersfield, striking out 10 batters in seven innings for the win...Held righthanded batters in the California League to a .230 batting average (85x369), while lefties hit .238 (44x185)...Assigned to Single A Lakeland after joining the Tigers organization on August 22...Made his debut with Lakeland as the starter in the second game of a doubleheader August 24 against Daytona...did not figure in the decision after allowing three runs on five hits in five innings...Suffered the loss in a complete-game effort August 31 in the first game of a doubleheader vs. Vero Beach, surrendering five runs on six hits in seven innings...Started one game for Lakeland during the Florida State League playoffs, picking up the win...fanned seven batters in seven innings, allowing four runs on five hits...Named the fourth-best prospect in the California League following the season by Baseball America...Named the top prospect in the Tigers organization following the season by Baseball America...Rated as possessing the best slider in the Tigers organization following the season by Baseball America...Named the seventh-best righthanded starting pitching prospect in baseball following the season by Baseball America. 2001 Selected in the first round of the June 2001 draft by Oakland...named the 7th-best prospect in the Athletics organization following the season by Baseball America...