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Shawn Camp MLB Career Stats

541 29-33 4.41 592.1 403 1.45

Shawn Camp Bio

  • Full Name: Shawn Anthony Camp
  • Born: 11/18/1975 in Fairfax, VA
  • Draft: 1997, San Diego Padres, 16th rd. (500th overall)
  • College: George Mason
  • Debut: 4/5/2004
  • Last Game: 5/7/2014
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MLB Career Stats 29 33 4.41 541 0 12 592.1 403 1.45


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Shawn Camp Stats

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Shawn Camp Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
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Shawn Camp Leaderboards


Season SV Rank
2006 4 25th in AL


Season G Rank
2006 75 2nd in AL
2010 70 10th in AL
2011 67 11th in AL
2012 80 1st in NL


Season HLD Rank
2006 12 25th in AL
2012 18 19th in NL

Shawn Camp Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
June 27, 2014 Lehigh Valley IronPigs released RHP Shawn Camp.
June 3, 2014 RHP Shawn Camp assigned to Lehigh Valley IronPigs from Clearwater Threshers.
May 27, 2014 RHP Shawn Camp assigned to Clearwater Threshers from Lehigh Valley IronPigs.
May 19, 2014 RHP Shawn Camp assigned to Lehigh Valley IronPigs.
May 15, 2014 Philadelphia Phillies signed free agent RHP Shawn Camp to a minor league contract.
May 9, 2014 RHP Shawn Camp elected free agency.
May 8, 2014 Philadelphia Phillies sent Shawn Camp outright to Lehigh Valley IronPigs.
April 19, 2014 Philadelphia Phillies selected the contract of RHP Shawn Camp from Lehigh Valley IronPigs.
March 30, 2014 RHP Shawn Camp assigned to Lehigh Valley IronPigs.
November 13, 2013 Shawn Camp assigned to Lehigh Valley IronPigs.
November 11, 2013 Philadelphia Phillies signed free agent RHP Shawn Camp to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 4, 2013 RHP Shawn Camp elected free agency.
July 18, 2013 RHP Shawn Camp assigned to Reno Aces.
July 17, 2013 Arizona Diamondbacks signed free agent RHP Shawn Camp to a minor league contract.
July 7, 2013 Chicago Cubs released RHP Shawn Camp.
July 3, 2013 Chicago Cubs designated RHP Shawn Camp for assignment.
June 15, 2013 Chicago Cubs activated RHP Shawn Camp from the 15-day disabled list.
June 11, 2013 Chicago Cubs sent RHP Shawn Camp on a rehab assignment to Kane County Cougars.
May 22, 2013 Chicago Cubs placed RHP Shawn Camp on the 15-day disabled list. Sprained right big toe.
November 19, 2012 Chicago Cubs signed free agent RHP Shawn Camp.
November 3, 2012 RHP Shawn Camp elected free agency.
April 4, 2012 Chicago Cubs selected the contract of Shawn Camp from Iowa Cubs.
April 4, 2012 Chicago Cubs activated RHP Shawn Camp.
March 26, 2012 Chicago Cubs signed free agent RHP Shawn Camp to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
March 26, 2012 Shawn Camp assigned to Iowa Cubs.
March 21, 2012 Seattle Mariners released RHP Shawn Camp.
February 6, 2012 Seattle Mariners signed free agent RHP Shawn Camp.
October 30, 2011 RHP Shawn Camp elected free agency.

Shawn Anthony Camp Bio Info

Shawn Anthony Camp… Married Heidi Gribble (10/8/05); has one son, Garrett (8/24/07), and one daughter, Isabella (2/24/10)… 1994 graduate of Robinson High School (VA), where he played baseball and football… Attended the University of North Alabama and George Mason University and played baseball at both… Hobbies: Fishing and golf… Signed by: Pete Kendall.


Began the season with CHI... Had a 3.00 ERA in 16 road games as opposed to a 14.63 ERA in 10 games at Wrigley Field...Was on the DL for the 1st time in his ML career, 5/22-6/14 (sprained right big toe); pitched in 2 rehab games with Kane County (A)... Was released on 7/9... Signed by ARI on 7/17 and was assigned to Reno (AAA)

2012 After joining the Cubs as a minor league free agent, March 26, went on to tie for the major league lead with a career-high 80 relief appearances ... his 77.2 innings pitched ranked fifth-most among National League relievers. ...Went 3-6 with two saves and a 3.59 ERA (31 ER/77.2 IP) in his 80 outings ... walked 21 and struck out 54. ...Became just the ninth Cub to reach 80 games pitched in a season. ...His 80 appearances tied for the major league lead with Colorado's Matt Belisle, the Dodgers Randy Choate and the Yankees Boone Logan. ...Retired 57 of 80 first batters faced ... stranded 15 of 22 inherited runners ... recorded two saves in six opportunities. ...Recorded a team-leading and career-high 18 holds ... his previous career mark was 13 holds with Toronto in 2010. ...Tossed a season-high 2.0 innings of relief seven times, most recently June 18 at the White Sox. ...Had a 1.95 road ERA (7 ER/32.1 IP) in 31 games compared to a 4.76 ERA (24 ER/45.1 IP) in 49 home games. ...Posted a 1.35 ERA (2 ER/13.1 IP) in 13 May contests ... in July, had a 1.54 ERA (2 ER/11.2 IP) in 13 games ... did not allow a run in the month of September, spanning 10 games and 9.0 innings pitched. ...Recorded victories in consecutive games, May 13 in St. Louis and May 14 in Milwaukee. ...Picked up his first save as a Cub, June 12 vs. Detroit ... was his first save since September 9, 2011 at Cleveland with Toronto. ...Recorded a team season-high 13.1-straight scoreless innings from June 18-July 14. ...Pitched in his 500th career game, August 31 vs. San Francisco. ...Allowed just one extra-base hit in his final 13 games played, spanning 12.0 innings of work ... that was a Justin Maxwell home run on the season's final day, October 3 vs. Houston. ...Signed a one-year big league deal with Seattle, February 3 ... was released, March 23. 2011 Appeared in club-high 67 games with Toronto...made 137 appearances over last 2 seasons (6th-most among AL relievers) and 196 over last 3 season (3rd-most)...Finished the season on a strong note going 5-1 with a 1.89 ERA (4 ER, 19.0 IP) over final 20 appearances...Went 5-0, 0.93 (1 ER, 9.2 IP) in 12 games in September...ended the season allowing 1 run over final 13 appearances...Induced 12 double plays, tops among AL relievers...Ranked 13th among AL relievers in groundball percentage (66.1% - 123 GB, 63 FB) and groundball-to-flyball ratio (1.95). 2010 Led the team with 70 games pitched and 72.1 relief innings ... Finished with a 2.99 ERA, a career best for the 2nd consecutive season ... 2009 Appeared in 59 games, 4th most on the club... A NEW STANDARD: Set career highs in innings pitched, with 79.2 and strikeouts with 58... His 3.50 ERA is the lowest of his career surpassing the 3.92 of his rookie season...Lost a career high six games... LEFT LOCKDOWN: Came into the season allowing a career mark of .353 to left-handed hitters, however in 2009 held them to a .260 average... KEEPIN 'EM IN IT: In 18 of his 59 games worked at least two innings, pitching to a 2.00 ERA (45 IP/9 ER)... In fact worked three or more innings in five contests, pitching to a 1.13 ERA (10 IP/2 ER)... Sept. 27 vs. SEA posted his first save and the 7th of his career... Marked his first save since July 4, 2006 vs. BOS... FINE BEGINNING/GREAT FINISH: Did not allow a run in his first eight appearances totaling 7.1 innings... Also did not allow a run in 10 consecutive appearances from Sept 3-27 covering 11.2 innings, and finished the season allowing a run in one of his final 13 outings... SCORELESS STREAK: His run of 11.2 innings scoreless in Sept. marked a new career high, surpassing the 8.2 from 2008... BEAR DOWN: Allowed the lead-off hitter to bat .310, however with runners in scoring position, held opponents to a .229 average, while limiting the opposition even further with RISP/2 out, to a .200 mark. 2008 Appeared in 40 games, holding opponents to a .263 average... RH hitters were held to a .204 average (19-93) including only two extra-base hits (2B, HR)... On the contrary LH hitters batted .356 (21-59 with 10 extra- base hits (8-2B, 3B, HR)... BIG START: Joined the Blue Jays from Syracuse on April 19 and did not allow a run in his first six outings totaling 5.2 IP, in fact allowed only two singles... His 4.12 ERA was the lowest since his rookie campaign with KC in 2004, and his .263 opponents avg. was the lowest of his career... STREAKING: Matched a career high scoreless streak of 8.2 IP, from June 21-July 27, 2007 Thirty-one year-old made 50 appearances for the Rays before being optioned to AAA Durham on July 28 when the Rays acquired Dan Wheeler from the Houston Astros ... Was 0-3 with a 7.20 ERA ... only STL Kelvim Jimenez (7.50) and CLE-BAL Fernando Cabrera (7.21) had a higher ERA among ML relievers that worked 40 or more innings ... Was leading the staff in appearances when he was optioned, 3 off the league lead ... 28 of his outings were less than an inning ... Made the most appearances prior to the AllStar Break (45) in club history breaking Roberto Hernandez's club record 44 in 1999 ... Pitched to a 10.57 ERA on the road (15.1-IP, 33-H, 18-ER, .440 opp avg.) compared to a 5.11 at Tropicana Field (24.2-IP, 30-H, 14-ER, .313 opp avg.) ... Allowed a .368 opponent's batting avg. (63-171), highest among ML relievers ... Allowed 40.7% of his inherited runners to score (22-54), 6th highest pct. among AL relievers ... Last 2 appearances before being optioned (July 22 at New York, July 27 vs. Boston) - 2.0-IP, 13-H, 8-ER...surrendered a career-high 3 home runs at Yankee Stadium (Shelly Duncan, Bobby Abreu, Alex Rodriguez) ... Tossed a season-high 2.2 innings of relief June 25 vs. Chicago White Sox, his longest outing since Sept 30, 2005 (3.0 IP) ... struck out a career-high 7 batters (out of 10 batters faced), one shy of the club relief record (Jorge Sosa at Cleveland, Aug 17, 2003 and Jason Hammel June 13 vs. San Diego) ... Was on the hill for two walk-off hits, both on the same road trip -June 29 at Cleveland (Ben Francisco walk-off homer) and July 7 at Kansas City (Mark Grudzielanek 9th-inning RBI single) ... Pitched in 12 games with the Bulls over the AAA season's final month, allowing just 2 earned runs in 15.1 innings pitched (1.17 ERA) ... converted 4-of-5 save opportunities ... Also pitched in 5 of Durham's 8 postseason games, recording a pair of saves and a 1.59 ERA (5.2-IP, 1-ER) ... Played his first full season in the majors in 2006 with the Rays going 7-4 with a 4.68 ERA ... tied a club record with 7 relief wins. 2006 His first full season in the major leagues he set a club record with 75 appearances (prev. 72 by Roberto Hernandez in 1999)...were four more than his career total entering the season...his previous career high was 41 in 2004 for Kansas City...Tied for 2nd in the American League in games pitched with MIN Juan Rincon behind the Yankees' Scott Proctor (83)...His 75.0 relief innings pitched tied the Yankees' Mariano Rivera for 11th most in the AL...entered the year with a total of 115.2 innings pitched in his career...His 7 relief wins tied the club record - also Lance Carter-2003, Jim Mecir-1998 and Albie Lopez-1998...only the Mariners' Julio Mateo had more among AL relievers with 9...Was one of 5 Rays (2 pitchers) to be active for every game - also Carl Crawford, Damon Hollins, Brian Meadows and Josh Paul...Saved 4 games...had just a pair in his career entering the season, both in '04...Pitched to a 2.66 ERA through the season's first two months (23.2-IP, 7-ER, 2-HR)...then worked to a 5.61 ERA the rest of the season (51.1-IP, 32-ER, 7-HR)...Pitched in a career-high 3 consecutive days 6 times on the season...Made his Rays debut in the season opener at BAL, pitching the final 1.2, all scoreless...Did not allow a run on the road until June 10 at KC...went 13 apps (10.2 innings) without...had a 3.04 ERA on the road until September, when he allowed runs in each of his 5 outings away from Tropicana Field that month (6-ER, 3.1-IP) to finish with a road ERA of 4.50...Was unscored upon in 7 interleague games (9-IP)...Had the most difficulty against a pair of division mates: Boston and Toronto...pitched to a 9.16 ERA against those two (18.2-IP, 35-H, 19-ER, 4-HR, .417 opp avg.) and a 3.20 ERA against everyone else (56.1-IP, 58-H, 20-ER, 5-HR, .272 opp avg.)...Allowed the first grand slam of his career July 6 vs. Boston (David Ortiz)...Suffered his first loss of the season Aug 8 at SEA...allowed a leadoff double to Ichiro in the 10th...scored on Sexson walk-off slam off McClung...loss #2 was also in walk-off fashion, but he was on the mound this time - allowed a 9th-inning RBI single to Ramon Hernandez, August 26 at Baltimore...Allowed the two longest home runs hit at Tropicana Field in 2006: Manny Ramirez, July 4, 457 ft. off the Batter's Eye Restaurant in dead center (10th longest ever hit at the Trop) and a 437 ft. blast to right field by CLE Travis Hafner on Aug. 19. 2005 Made the Royals Opening Day roster for the 2nd straight season and for the 2nd-consecutive year split the season between the Royals and AAA Omaha...Compiled a 1-4 record and a 6.43 ERA in 29 appearances for KC...worked 3.0 more innings eight times, including a season-most 3.2 Aug. 10 vs. Cleveland...Allowed just 4 home runs after giving up 10 homers in 2004 in roughly the same number of innings...Suffered his 1st loss of 2005 at Minnesota on April 21...allowed a run in the 10th inning of the Royals 10-9 loss...Took his 2nd loss of the season in his next appearance, April 24 vs. Chicago (AL) (0.0 IP, 1 H, 1 ER)...Optioned to Omaha on April 28 after compiling a 0-2 record and a 12.15 ERA (6.2 IP, 9 ER)...designated for assignment on May 26...cleared waivers on June 2 and was outrighted to Omaha...Had his contract selected from Omaha on July 25...was 3-6 with a 3.86 ERA (67.2 IP, 72 H, 29 ER) in 21 games (7 starts) for the O-Royals...Picked up his only win of 2005 and his 1st Major League win since May 11, 2004 on July 27 vs. Chicago (AL)...tossed a scoreless 13th inning in the Royals 6-5 win...Allowed a run in 22 of his 29 appearances including in 9 straight between Aug. 3-29...Pitched to a 2.92 ERA (12.1-IP, 4-ER) over his last four outings. 2004 Made the Royals' 2004 Opening Day roster after eight seasons in the minors...Signed with the Royals in the off-season...Posted a 2-2 record and a 3.92 ERA in a career-high 42 appearances...was 2-0 with a 3.08 ERA in his 1st 37 games, before going 0-2 and allowing 8 ER in his final 5.1 innings (13.50 ERA)...Ranked 11th in the American League and 18th in the Majors in inherited runs scored percentage (24.2), allowing just 8 of 33 inherited runners to score...retired the 1st batter faced in 29 of 42 chances...Made his Major League debut on Opening Day vs. Chicago...pitched a scoreless 6th inning before surrendering 2 runs in the 7th...collected his 1st Major League win with 3.2 scoreless innings of relief in KC's 10-1 win over Minnesota on April 24...allowed just 2 hits in his 1st scoreless outing of the season...Was optioned to Omaha on May 22 after going 2-0 with a 3.80 ERA in 13 relief appearances...was recalled from Omaha on June 22 after going 1-1 with a 3.94 ERA in 9 relief outings for the O-Royals...Recorded his 1st career save in his 1st opportunity in KC's 4-3 win over Baltimore on June 29 (1.0 IP, 0 H, 0 ER)...Was optioned to Omaha on July 3 and recalled on July 21...first outing back, July 24 at Cleveland pitched a career-high 5.0 innings, all scoreless...Pitched a string of 8.0 scoreless innings from Aug. 31 to Sept. 13...allowed just 3 hits, 1 HB, 1 BB and struck out 7 batters in that stretch. 2003 Was a non-roster invite to spring training with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2003...posted a combined record of 0-3 with a 4.73 ERA in 51 appearances with Nashville (AAA) and Altoona (AA)...Opened the season with Nashville where he was 0-1 with a 4.98 ERA in 33 games...Finished the season strong, compiling a 1.59 ERA (3 ER, 17.0 IP) in his last 11 appearances for Altoona. 2002 Spent the entire 2002 season with Nashville (AAA), helping the Sounds to a 23-16 record in games in which he appeared, the best record of all Sounds relievers. 2001 Appeared with 4 different clubs: AA Mobile, AAA Portland, AA Altoona and AAA Nashville...combined to go 11-2 with a 3.94 ERA in 59 appearances (4 GS)...acquired by Pittsburgh with Shawn Gilbert (of) in exchange for Emil Brown (of) on July 10 2000 Combined to go 4-3 with 7 saves and a 2.19 ERA in 59 appearances with A Rancho Cucamonga and AA Mobile in the Padres organization. 1999 T5th in the California League with 78 strikeouts with Rancho Cucamonga...also ranked 5th in the league with a 10.64 K/9.0 IP (78 SO, 66.0 IP). 1998 With A Clinton posted a 3.1 strikeouts-to-walk ratio in 47 games (55.0 IP) out of the bullpen (62-K, 20-BB). 1997 Named to the Pioneer League All-Star Team after leading the league in saves (12), appearances (30), games finished (24) and relief points (38).