Tim Bittner

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Tim Bittner Bio

  • Full Name: Timothy Bryant Bittner
  • Born: 6/9/1980 in Reading, PA
  • Draft: 2001, Chicago White Sox, 10th rd. (313th overall)
  • College: Marist
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Timothy Bryant Bittner Bio Info

Timothy Bryant Bittner...Attended Marist University (New York)...Signed by White Sox scouts Ken Stauffer and John Tumminia. 2004 Spent fourth professional season at double-A Arkansas...Compiled 8-6 record with a 4.54 ERA (119 IP - 60 ER) in 22 starts... Allowed 113 hits (10 HR), walked 57 and struck out 82...Led club in starts and ranked second in wins and strikeouts...Longest outing was seven innings (three times)...Strikeout high was eight, April 20 vs. Wichita (6 IP)...Finished 3-0 with a 2.75 ERA (39.1 IP - 12 ER) in six starts in May...Named to Texas League All-Star Team...Owns career 31-30 mark with 3.69 ERA (458.2 IP - 188 ER) in 96 appearances (79 starts). 2003 Began third professional season in Chicago White Sox organization at single-A Kannapolis, going 4-4 with a 3.40 ERA (50.1 IP - 19 ER) in 10 starts...Was promoted to single-A Winston-Salem, posting 3-3 record and 3.60 ERA (30 IP - 12 ER) with one save in 17 relief appearances...Longest relief appearance came July 6 vs. Kinston (4 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 4 SO)...Acquired from White Sox, July 29, along with RHP Gary Glover and RHP Scott Dunn in exchange for LHP Scott Schoeneweis and RHP Doug Nickle...Was assigned to single-A Rancho Cucamonga, where he posted a 5-0 record and 0.28 ERA in six starts with one complete game...Received no-decision in first start and recorded wins in each of his final five starts...Allowed only one earned run (four unearned) and 18 hits in 32.2 innings with Quakes...Named California League Pitcher of the Week, Aug. 18-24...Owns career 23-24 mark with 3.39 ERA (339.2 IP - 128 ER) in 74 appearances (57 starts). 2002 Spent second professional season at Kannapolis, compiling 5-13 record and 4.58 ERA (157.1 IP - 80 ER) in 29 starts... Set career-highs in losses, starts, innings pitched, hits (166), walks (67) and strikeouts (123)...Led South Atlantic League in runs allowed (98), losses, games started, earned runs and ranked second in walks and fourth in hits allowed (166). 2001 Began professional career at rookie-level Bristol of the Appalachian League, posting 6-1 record and 1.10 ERA (49 IP - 6 ER) in eight starts with one complete-game shutout...Led Appalachian League in wins, was second in shutouts, fourth in complete games (1) and fourth in average against as a starter (.190)...Promoted to Kannapolis where he went 0-3 with 4.43 ERA (20.1 IP - 10 ER) in four starts.