|MLB Career Stats||11||9||4.79||148||0||0||165.1||130||1.59|
|May 17, 2009||RHP Ryan Wagner retired.|
Game-By-Game Highlights: Before allowing Andruw Jones' homer on April 11 at ATL, had not allowed a homer in 25 appearances or 30.0 innings or since taken deep by Chipper Jones, August 14, 2006 at RFK...walked one and fanned another in scoreless 7th in an 11-inning 6-5 win, April 20 at FLA...worked 2.0 perfect innings, May 2 at SDP.2006 Performed well after being acquired from CIN on July 13 as part of an 8-player trade with CIN...the least heralded of the 3 players acquired from CIN, however, proved worth, posting a 3-3 record, 3 holds and a 4.70 ERA (16 ER/30.2 IP) in 26 games out of the bullpen...after the trade, reported to Triple-A New Orleans...in 5 PCL appearances with the Zephyrs from July 17-29, scattered 4 hits in 8.0 scoreless innings to earn promotion to the Nationals...was recalled on July 31 and made debut with the Nationals that night at SFG, earning a hold...after struggling in first 2 appearances, posted a fine 3.54 ERA in final 24 appearances with Washington...suffered 2 blown saves, both of which came during the season's final homestand...capped the season not allowing a home run since August 14 vs. ATL (24 appearances or 24.2 innings ago)...worked 13.2 consecutive innings without allowing an earned run, August 19-September 7...when appearing, the Nationals went 10-16...was the victim of 5 unearned runs.
Career highlights: Was the Reds' first-round pick (14th overall) in the 2003 first-year player draft...became the first player of the 2003 draft to appear in the Major Leagues and the Reds' first top pick ever to make his debut in the same year he was drafted...enters the 2004 season as the organization's No. 1 prospect as rated by Baseball America.