Chad Gaudin

Chad Gaudin

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  • B/T: R/R
  • 5' 10"/190
  • Age: 32


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Chad Gaudin MLB Career Stats

45-44 4.44 836.1 673 1.48

Chad Gaudin Bio

  • Full Name: Chad Edward Gaudin
  • Born: 3/24/1983 in New Orleans, LA
  • Draft: 2001, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, 34th rd. (1009th overall)
  • High School: Crescent City Christian School, Metairie, LA
  • Debut: August 1, 2003
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MLB Career Stats 45 44 4.44 344 87 2 836.1 673 1.48
  • Status: Active


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May 25, 2015 at 9:52 PM ET

Gaudin nears return from wrist surgery

Dodgers pitcher Chad Gaudin recently underwent carpal tunnel release surgery on his right wrist and could be pitching in a month.

March 21, 2015 at 7:18 PM ET

Gaudin exits start after feeling 'tweak' in biceps

Dodgers starting pitcher Chad Gaudin, trying to make the club on a non-roster invite after missing last year while recovering from neck surgery, exited Saturday's game against the Rockies in the third inning after he felt a "tweak" in his right biceps.


Chad Gaudin Awards

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
06/28/2009 San Diego NL

INT Pitcher of the Week

Week Team League
05/22/2005 Syracuse INT

Chad Gaudin Leaderboards


Season SO Rank
2007 154 17th in AL

Batting Average Against

Season AVG Rank
2007 .267 22nd in AL

Games Started

Season GS Rank
2007 34 1st in AL

Complete Games

Season CG Rank
2007 1 17th in AL

Innings Pitched

Season IP Rank
2007 199.1 20th in AL

Strikeouts per Nine Innings

Season K/9 Rank
2007 6.95 19th in AL

Strikeout/Walk Ratio

Season K/BB Rank
2007 1.54 2nd in AL

Bases on Balls

Season BB Rank
2007 100 2nd in AL


Season H Rank
2007 205 17th in AL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2007 21 21st in AL

Chad Gaudin Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
February 25, 2015 Los Angeles Dodgers signed free agent RHP Chad Gaudin to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
February 25, 2015 RHP Chad Gaudin assigned to Oklahoma City Dodgers.
February 13, 2014 Philadelphia Phillies released RHP Chad Gaudin.
January 21, 2014 Philadelphia Phillies signed free agent RHP Chad Gaudin to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 1, 2013 San Francisco Giants activated RHP Chad Gaudin from the 15-day disabled list.
August 20, 2013 San Francisco Giants placed RHP Chad Gaudin on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to August 17, 2013. Carpal tunnel syndrome.
July 7, 2013 San Francisco Giants activated RHP Chad Gaudin from the 15-day disabled list.
July 7, 2013 Chad Gaudin roster status changed by San Francisco Giants.
June 24, 2013 San Francisco Giants placed RHP Chad Gaudin on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to June 21, 2013. Bruised right elbow.
March 26, 2013 San Francisco Giants selected the contract of RHP Chad Gaudin from Fresno Grizzlies.
December 7, 2012 San Francisco Giants signed free agent RHP Chad Gaudin to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 3, 2012 RHP Chad Gaudin elected free agency.
April 1, 2012 Miami Marlins selected the contract of Chad Gaudin from New Orleans Zephyrs.
April 1, 2012 Miami Marlins activated RHP Chad Gaudin.
December 13, 2011 Miami Marlins signed free agent RHP Chad Gaudin to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
December 13, 2011 Chad Gaudin assigned to New Orleans Zephyrs.
November 2, 2011 RHP Chad Gaudin elected free agency.
August 5, 2011 RHP Chad Gaudin assigned to Las Vegas 51s from Toronto Blue Jays.
August 4, 2011 Toronto Blue Jays signed free agent RHP Chad Gaudin to a minor league contract.
July 21, 2011 Washington Nationals released RHP Chad Gaudin.
July 19, 2011 Washington Nationals designated RHP Chad Gaudin for assignment.
June 21, 2011 Hagerstown Suns sent RHP Chad Gaudin on a rehab assignment to Syracuse Chiefs.
June 19, 2011 Chad Gaudin assigned to Hagerstown Suns.
June 15, 2011 sent RHP Chad Gaudin on a rehab assignment to Potomac Nationals.
April 27, 2011 Washington Nationals placed RHP Chad Gaudin on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 26, 2011. Right shoulder inflammation.
March 30, 2011 Washington Nationals selected the contract of Chad Gaudin from Syracuse Chiefs.
March 30, 2011 Washington Nationals activated RHP Chad Gaudin.
December 17, 2010 Washington Nationals signed free agent RHP Chad Gaudin to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
December 15, 2010 Syracuse Chiefs signed free agent Chad Gaudin.
November 1, 2010 RHP Chad Gaudin elected free agency.
October 25, 2010 New York Yankees activated RHP Chad Gaudin.
October 5, 2010 New York Yankees reassigned RHP Chad Gaudin to the minor leagues.
May 26, 2010 RHP Chad Gaudin assigned to New York Yankees.
May 16, 2010 Oakland Athletics designated RHP Chad Gaudin for assignment.
March 28, 2010 Oakland Athletics signed free agent RHP Chad Gaudin.
March 25, 2010 New York Yankees released RHP Chad Gaudin.
August 9, 2009 New York Yankees activated RHP Chad Gaudin.
August 7, 2009 San Diego Padres traded RHP Chad Gaudin to New York Yankees.
April 27, 2009 San Diego Padres selected the contract of Chad Gaudin from Portland Beavers.
April 14, 2009 Portland Beavers signed free agent Chad Gaudin.

Chad Edward Gaudin Bio Info

Chad Edward Gaudin (GO-dan)...he and his wife, Syndal, have one son; Gunnar Gator a 2001 graduate of Crescent High School in Metairie, a senior, earned all-state and district MVP honors...was also named a third-team All-American by Baseball America...verbally committed to play baseball at Louisiana State University before signing with Tampa Bay. 2011 Began 10th professional season at Major League level with Washington, going 1-1 with a 6.48 ERA in 10 games before being placed on 15-day disabled list on April 26 with right shoulder inflammation...Started rehab assignment on June 15 with single-A Potomac, making one start with P-Nats before advancing to single-A Hagerstown. Totaled eight rehab appearances between Potomac, Hagerstown and Syracuse, going 0-2 with a 3.52 ERA (15.1 IP/6 ER)...Returned from rehab and reinstated from DL on July 19. Designated for assignment that day and given unconditional release on July 21...Signed minor league contract with Toronto on July 30, reporting to triple-A Las Vegas...Finished season in 51's starting rotation, going 2-3 with a 6.14 ERA (29.1/20)...Tossed a season-best 6.0 innings on August 25 at Salt Lake City, allowing just four hits. 2010 Finished 1-4 with one hold, one blown save and a 5.65 ERA in 42 appearances with OAK and NYY...signed with NYY as a free agent on May 26 and helped NYY earn AL Wild Card berth via a 1.38 ERA in 8 Aug. 30 overall appearance with the Yankees, worked in excess of 1.0 inning 17 times. 2009 Combined to go 6-10 with a 4.64 ERA in 31 appearances (25 starts) with the Yankees and Padres in 2009... opponents batted .258 (146-for-565, 14HR); LH .296 (80-for-270, 4HR), RH .224 (66-for-295, 10HR)...Went 5-10 with a 4.76 ERA (134.1IP, 71ER) as a starter in 2009... made six relief appearances, going 1-0 with a 3.46 ERA and 14K in 13.0IP... allowed three-of-four inherited runners to score... retired four-of-six first batters faced (66.7%)... each relief appearance lasted more than 1.0 inning...Allowed just 4HR in 270AB to left-handed hitters... went 77.1IP without surrendering a homer to a left-handed batter between 6/12 and 9/22...Averaged 8.49K/9.0IP (147.1IP, 139K), ranking him 15th among Major League pitchers with 100.0-or-more IP... received just 3.60 runs per 9.0IP of support, ranking him 170th of 183 Major League pitchers with 10-ormore starts...Did not record a win in a career-long 12 straight starts from 7/3-9/22, going 0-4 with a 4.58 ERA (59.0IP, 30ER)... did not record a decision in his first five starts with the Yankees, allowing just 9ER in 24.1IP (3.33 ERA)... snapped the stretch with his win on 9/28 vs. Kansas City (6.2IP, 2ER)... according to the Elias Sports Bureau, became the first pitcher in franchise history to record a no-decision in each of his first five starts with the club winning each game...Was acquired by the Yankees from the San Diego Padres on 8/6 in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations... was added to the Yankees' 25-man roster prior to 8/9 win vs. Boston...Was 2-0 with a 3.43 ERA in 11 appearances (six starts) with the Yankees, who were 8-3 in his appearances (6-0 in his starts)... opponents batted .252 (41-for-163, 7HR); LH .301 (22-for-73, 2HR), RH .211 (19-for-90, 5HR)... held his opponent to 3ER or less in each of his six starts with the Yankees, allowing just 11ER in 31.0IP (3.19 ERA)... earned the win in his Yankees debut on 8/12 vs. Toronto, tossing 2.0 scoreless IP of relief (1H, 1BB, 3K)...Appeared on the Yankees' postseason roster in all three rounds of the 2009 playoffs... made one appearance in Game 4 of the ALCS at Los Angeles-AL, tossing 1.0 scoreless inning in the Yankees victory...Began the season with the Padres, going 4-10 with a 5.13 ERA in 20 games (19 starts), allowing 105H and 60ER in 105.1IP (69R, 56BB, 5HBP, 105K, 7HR)... allowed a careerhigh- tying 8R - and career-high 8ER - in 6/12 loss at Los Angeles-AL (3.0IP, 10H, 1K, 2HR)... earned NL "co-Player of the Week" honors (with Florida's Hanley Ramirez) for the period ending 6/28, going 2-0 with a 1.20 ERA (15.0IP, 2ER, 20K)... matched his career high with 11K in 6/23 win at Seattle (7.0IP, 4H, 2ER, 1BB, 1HR)... tossed 8.0 shutout innings in 6/28 win at Texas, limiting the Rangers to 1H and 2BB with 9K...Signed a minor league contract with the Chicago Cubs on 12/12/08 and attended spring training... was released on 4/8... signed with San Diego on 4/12 and made two starts with Triple-A Portland (0-0, 8.2IP, 4H, 0R, 2BB, 10K). 2008 Chad went 9-5 with a 4.40 ERA (44 ER/90.0 IP) in 50 games (six starts) with Oakland and Chicago. © His four relief wins with the Cubs ranked third on the club. © Retired 27 of 44 first batters faced and stranded 11 of 16 inherited runners, including nine of 10 with the Cubs. © Went 4-2 with a 5.73 ERA in 32 contests against Senior Circuit clubs. © Limited N.L. Central clubs to a .216 batting average (11-for-51) against in 12 contests. © Was 2-1 with a 1.93 ERA (3 ER/14.0 IP) in 13 July relief appearances between the A's and Cubs. © Recorded decisions in three consecutive team games, July 26-28, going 2-1 in that span ... was the first Cub to record a decision in three straight games since Mike Proly went 2-1, August 12-14, 1982. © Earned his fourth win as a Cub, tossing 2.0 perfect innings August 15 in Florida ...recorded four wins in his first 16 relief appearances for Chicago. © Surrendered a career-high (as reliever) six earned runs in 2.0 innings of work August 22 vs. Washington ... also allowed six runs (two earned) September 7, 2004 at New York (A.L.), while with Tampa Bay. © Rebounded with two scoreless outings, August 26 at Pittsburgh (0.2 IP) and August 29 vs. Philadelphia (1.0 IP) before lower back soreness sidelined him until September 21. 2007 Was placed in the A's starting rotation when Esteban Loaiza went on the disabled list to start the season and pitched exclusively as a starter for the first time in his career...was 11-13 with a 4.42 ERA in 34 starts...his statistics before and after the All-Star Break told his story in 2007 as he was 8-3 with a 2.88 ERA, .246 opponents batting average and five home runs allowed in 18 starts before the break and 3-10 with a 6.30 ERA, .290 opponents batting average and 16 home runs allowed in 16 starts after the break...ranked fourth in the American League in ERA at the break and only two Oakland pitchers since 1991 had a lower ERA at the break (Haren, 2.30 in 2007 and Hudson, 2.71 in 2003)...then led the Majors in losses after the break and compiled the highest ERA in the the fourth pitcher in Oakland history to lose 10 games after the All-Star Break along with Brian Kingman (12 in 1980), Matt Keough (11 in 1978) and Rick Langford (10 in 1977)...his ERA was third highest ever by an Oakland pitcher after the break (Wasdin, 6.84 in 1996; Haynes, 6.35 in 1998)...for the season, he led the A's in losses, runs (108), walks (100) and hit batters (8) and tied for the team lead in games started...became just the second A's pitcher since 1993 to walk 100 or more batters (Appier, 102 in 2000)...tied for the AL lead in games started, was second in walks, third in intentional walks (8), tied for sixth in runs, seventh in grounded into double plays (26), tied for eighth in losses, tied for ninth in earned runs (98) and tied for 10th in hit batters...struck out 154 for a strikeout to walk ratio of 1.54, which was second lowest in the has 255 career strikeouts and 180 walks for a ratio of 1.42...had the fourth highest opponents on-base percentage in the AL (.354)...allowed a league leading eight triples, which tied for the seventh highest single season total in Oakland history...15 of the 21 home runs he allowed came with the bases empty as have 29 of his 38 career home runs...eight of his 21 home runs came against Los Angeles, the most ever in one season by an Oakland pitcher against the Angels...allowed a .267 opponents batting average, which included a .250 (94 for 376) mark against right-handed hitters and .282 (111 for 393) against left-handers...had 32 walks and 105 strikeouts against right-handers and 68 walks and 49 strikeouts against left-handers...his opponents average dropped to .256 with runners in scoring position, including .192 with RISP and two outs and .115 with the bases loaded...has allowed a .182 (31 for 170) career average with RISP and two outs...allowed a .295 opponents batting average the first time through the lineup, .219 the second time through and .290 after that.

Opponents were successful in 12 of 13 (92.3%) stolen attempts with him on the mound, which was third highest in the AL and second highest in Oakland history (Lilly, 96.0% in 2003)...opponents are now 22 for 24 (91.7%) off him in his career...was 2-1 with a 3.56 ERA in seven starts during the day compared to 9-12 with a 4.66 ERA in 27 starts at night...his 27 starts at night were the most by an A's pitcher since Vida Blue and Ken Holtzman both had 27 such starts in 1975...the A's were 18-16 in his starting assignments, which included 11-3 over his first 14 starts and 7-13 over his final 20 assignments...tossed seven or more innings in nine of his 34 starts, allowed two runs or fewer 16 times and walked two batters or fewer 15 times...left with the lead in five of his no decisions in which he pitched at least five innings only to have the bullpen blown the save...allowed two home runs in his first start on April 5 at Los Angeles but then had a 10-start, 67.0-inning, 284-batter homerless streak that ended when Jason Kubel homered in the sixth inning on June 3 against Minnesota...picked up his first win of the season on April 17 against Los Angeles to give him a career high five-game winning streak dating back to July 4, 2006...finished April with a 1-1 record and a 2.54 ERA in five starts...the ERA ranked seventh in the AL...then went 4-0 with a 2.15 ERA in six starts in May...tied for second in the AL in May wins and ranked fifth in ERA...won his first start in June, giving him a career high tying five-game winning streak from May 8 to June 3 (2.15 ERA)...was 6- 1 with a 2.43 ERA, a .242 opponents batting average and three home runs allowed in 13 starts entering play on June 14...then went 5-12 with a 5.70 ERA, a .282 opponents batting average and 18 home runs allowed over his last 21 starts...the 12 losses were the most in the Majors from June 14 until the end of the season...walked five or more batters in three consecutive starts from July 12 to 23, the longest such streak by an Oakland starter since Todd Van Poppel did it in four consecutive starts from August 16- September 3, 1993...that streak began a career high tying five-game losing streak from July 12 to August 7 (8.54 ERA)...included in that stretch was his first career complete game, a four-hitter in the A's 4-3 loss at Seattle on July 28...finished July with a 1-3 record and a 6.44 ERA in five starts...the ERA was fifth highest in the AL...had his first career 10 strikeout game on August 23 at Tampa Bay...matched his career high with 10 hits (fourth time) in just 3.2 innings on September 8 in a 7-3 loss at Texas...allowed a career high eight runs (three earned) in 4.0 innings in an 8-7 loss to Seattle on September 18...walked a career and A's season high seven batters in 4.0 innings in a 7-3 loss at Boston on September was just the fourth time in Oakland history a pitcher walked seven or more in four innings or fewer...then struck out a career and A's season high 11 batters in his next and final start on September 30 against Los Angeles...went 1-4 with a 6.46 ERA in six starts in September. 2006 The A's acquired Gaudin from the Blue Jays in the offseason and he put together the best season of his four-year career. Gaudin started the season with Triple-A Sacramento and ended up making 55 appearances with Oakland. Pitched exclusively in relief for the first time in his career and allowed a .222 opponents batting average. Gaudin allowed 7 of 35 (20 percent) inherited runners to score, which ranked fourth lowest in the American League. He had a career highs in wins, games, saves, innings, strikeouts and walks. His ERA and opponents batting average were the lowest of his career. 2005 Was 1-3 with a 13.15 ERA in five appearances, three starts, with Toronto...the Blue Jays were 1-2 in games he started...was recalled from Triple-A Syracuse of the International League on May 29...after making three starts, he was optioned back to Syracuse on June 16...was recalled again on July 15...made two relief appearances, then was optioned back to Syracuse on July 26...opponents batted .470, including .453 in his starts and .538 in relief...allowed a .481 (13 for 27) average against left-handed hitters and .462 (18 for 39) against right-handers...allowed six home runs (three to right-handers, three to left-handers)...was 1-2 with a 12.19 ERA in his three starts...made his Blue Jays debut on May 31 at Seattle and won 9-7 (5.0 ip, 7 h, 2 r, 2 er, 2 bb, 6 so)...the six strikeouts are a career high...threw 93 pitches, 60 strikes...became the eighth starter in team history to win their Blue Jays debut and the first since Gustavo Chacin on September 20, 2004 at New York...according to the Elias Sports Bureau, at the age of 22 years and 68 days, he was the youngest Blue Jay to start a game since Brandon Lyon started at 21 years, 359 days of age, on August 4, 2001 vs. altimore...lost his second start 12-4 on June 5 at Oakland (1.0 ip, 7 h, 7 r, 7 er, 1 bb, 1 so, 1 hr)...threw 48 pitches, 30 was the shortest outing for a Blue Jays starter since Justin Miller also tossed 1.0 innings on September 13, 2004 vs. matched the shortest start by a Blue Jay in 2005 (Lilly)...the seven earned runs matched the most given up by a Blue Jays starter...lost 7-0 on June 14 vs. St. Louis in his home debut (4.1 ip, 10 h, 5 r, 5 er, 1 bb, 4 so, 3 hr)...the three home runs allowed matched the most by any Blue Jays pitcher... received seven runs of support in his three starts, an average of 6.1 runs of support per start...was 0-1 with a 16.88 ERA in two relief appearances...suffered his lone relief loss on July 24 at Kansas City (1.2 ip, 4 h, 2 r, 2 er, 2 bb) in his last ML appearance of the season...for Syracuse he was 9-8 with a 3.35 ERA, which ranked fourth in the International League...was one of two IL pitchers to throw a pair of shutouts in 2005...the two shutouts tied for second most in all of Minor League Baseball...allowed a .251 opponents batting average...was named the International League Pitcher of the Week for the period from May 16-22...went 2-0 with a 1.20 ERA during the week...threw a one-hit shutout vs. Columbus on May 16 and won 3-0...retired the first 24 batters before his perfect game was broken up by a single to start the ninth...retired the next three hitters to finish with a complete game one-hit shutout, becoming the first Syracuse pitcher to throw a nine inning one-hitter since Roy Halladay on June 20, 1998...hurled a four-hit shutout on June 25 against Ottawa...struck out a season high 11 batters in a July 10 loss to Pawtucket...recorded five or more strikeouts in 14 of his 23 starts, finishing the campaign with 113 strikeouts in 150.1 innings...was a two-time selection as a Blue Jays Minor League Star of the Month, being honored in both April and May...pitched for Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League and was 4-3 with a 2.97 ERA in 11 starts...ranked sixth in the VWL in ERA and was third in strikeouts (53). 2004 Was 1-2 with a 4.85 ERA in 26 games, four starts, with Tampa Bay...made the Opening Day roster and appeared in 14 games in relief...posted a 3.00 ERA before being optioned to Triple-A Durham on May 19...was the seventh-youngest player in the majors on the season and third on the Devil Rays behind teammates B.J. Upton and Scott Kazmir...was recalled on June 11 and inserted into the starting rotation where he was 1-1 with a 5.87 ERA in four starts before returning to Durham on June 28...earned his first career win as a starter on June 17 at San Diego in his second start of the season (5.0 ip, 7 h, 1 r, 1 er, 1 bb, 4 so)...on June 22 at Toronto, he suffered his shortest career start of 0.2 innings despite not allowing a hit or a run...faced five batters - walk, walk, GIDP, walk, walk before being was the fewest batters ever faced by a Rays starters in a single outing (non-injury)...the club was 3-1 in his four starts...allowed a career high ten hits against Florida on June 27...recalled on September 1 and made eight relief appearances posting a 5.84 ERA...overall, stranded 19 of 26 inherited runners...opponents hit .337 with four home runs...right-handed hitters hit .301 (34 for 113) with four homers while lefties hit .403 (25 for 62) with no home runs...split his time at Durham between the rotation and the bullpen, going 1-3 with a pair of saves and a 4.72 ERA in 17 games, seven starts...his lone win came on June 5 vs. Norfolk, pitching 5.0 shutout innings with a season high nine strikeouts...from August 6-30, he was 0-1 with two saves and allowed runs in just two of his nine relief appearances (4 er, 12.0 ip)...held right-handers to a .192 mark (20 for 104)...posted an ERA of 6.34 in 13 games at home and a 1.20 ERA in four road appearances. 2003 Split the season between Single-A Bakersfield, Double-A Orlando and Tampa Bay...made his Major League debut on August 1 in relief at Kansas City and allowed one earned run over 2.1 doing so became the youngest Ray in club history at 20 years, 4 months...only three players in the majors were younger than Gaudin in 2003, Florida's Miguel Cabrera (4/18/83), the Mets Jose Reyes (6/11/83) and the Dodgers Edwin Jackson (9/9/83)...earned his first ML win after tossing 2.0 shutout innings on August 7 vs. Kansas City in his third ML appearance...made four relief appearances before making his first ML start on August 16 at Cleveland...posted a no-decision in a 5-3 win (3.2 ip, 6 h, 3 er, 1 hr)...on August 21 at Baltimore, he blanked the O's for six innings before allowing a pair of one-out runs in the seventh...ended up tossing a career high 6.1 innings and ended up with a no decision (8 h, 2 r, 2 er, 1 so, 92 pitches)...earned win number two in his final outing of the season on September 27 vs. Boston after working 4.1 shutout innings...tossed a career high 5.0 innings in relief on September 18 at Boston (1 er) home posted a 1.84 ERA while on the road had a 4.62 the minors combined to go 7-3 with a 1.81 ERA in 17 starts for Single-A Bakersfield and Double-A Orlando...the ERA was an organizational record...held opponents to a .199 batting average...tossed a perfect game on July 15 for Orlando vs. Jacksonville in game one of a was his first start in Double-A and just the second perfect game in the 128-year history of the Southern was the first since 1970...struck out nine in 7.0 innings in a 1-0 was the fourth no-hitter in organization history...opened the season at Single-A Bakersfield and went 5-3 in 14 starts working to a 2.13 ERA before being promoted to Double-A Orlando on July 12...despite making just 14 starts, he was named Bakersfield Pitcher of the Year...selected to play on the California League All-Star team but did not play due to his promotion...began his Double-A career with 14 scoreless innings before allowing a run July 27 against Tennessee...named Rays Minor League pitcher-of-the-month for July, going 2-0 with a 0.47 ERA (19.0 ip, 8 h, 1 r, 1 er, 3 bb, 23 so) with Orlando...pitched 2.0 scoreless innings for the Rays in the Hall of Fame Game on June 16 at Cooperstown against the Phillies (1 h, 1 bb, 3 so). 2002 Was 4-6 in 26 games, 17 starts for Charleston and recorded 106 strikeouts in 119.1 innings...led the Tampa Bay organization with a 2.26 ERA which ranked second in the South Atlantic League and 10th in all of minor league baseball...struck out a career-high 12 batters in a 1-0 victory at Asheville on July 18, his final win of the season (7.0 ip, 2 h). 2001 Drafted by Tampa Bay in the 34th round of the June draft but did not sign until August 23...did not pitch during the Minor League season...pitched for the Rays' Instructional League team in September and did not allow an earned run in 38.0 innings.