Nick Regilio

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Nick Regilio MLB Career Stats

1-6 5.35 37.0 26 1.73

Nick Regilio Bio

  • Full Name: Nicholas D. Regilio
  • Born: 9/4/1978 in Miami, FL
  • Draft: 1999, Texas Rangers, 2nd rd. (72nd overall)
  • College: Jacksonville
  • Debut: July 9, 2004
  • Ret., Final Game: 6/8/2005
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MLB Career Stats 1 6 5.35 24 4 0 37.0 26 1.73


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May 11, 2009 Toledo Mud Hens released RHP Nick Regilio.

Nicholas D. Regilio Bio Info

Named the 15th best overall prospect in the state of Florida by Baseball America prior to being drafted...7-2 with a 4.58 ERA in 13 games in his final season at Jacksonville University (FL)...fanned 66 batters in 73 innings. 2005 Went 1-2 with a 4.58 ERA in 18 relief appearances over 4 stints with Texas in 2005...was with the club from April 3-9, April 13-15, April 17-June 7 and June 8-10...was originally optioned to Oklahoma (AAA) when team set opening roster, but recalled from Oklahoma (AAA) on April 3 when Carlos Almanzar was placed on the bereavement list...made Opening Day roster for first time, one of 3 rookies on the Rangers' season-opening roster...took loss in first appearances of season, on April 8 at Seattle, allowing 4 runs (3 earned) in 0.1 inning...tossed 6.2 scoreless innings over next 6 outings from April 14-27, dropping ERA to season-low 3.86...allowed 3 runs in 3.2 innings over next 3 appearance to raise ERA to 5.06...posted 1.80 ERA (1 ER/5.0 IP) over 5 outings from May 10-26 to lower season mark to 4.02...permitted 2 runs in 2.0 innings over final 3 games to finish season with a 4.58 ERA...earned first career win on May 16 at CWS...recorded season-high 3 strikeouts on May 26 vs. Kansas City...opposing batters hit .297, with left-handers batting .214 (6-28) and right-handers batting .348 (16-46)...recorded a 2.45 ERA (3 ER/11.0 IP) in 8 games at home and an 8.10 ERA (6 ER/6.2 IP) in 10 road contests...registered 2 holds and was 0-2 in save opportunities...first batters hit .389 (7- 19)...allowed 2 of 8 (25%) inherited runners to score...placed on the 15-day disabled list with right elbow tendinitis on June 10 and missed the remainder of the season...made one rehab appearance for the Arizona Rangers, on June 23 at the AZL Giants, allowing one run in 1.0 inning...made lone Oklahoma outing on April 11 at Nashville, tossing 2.0 scoreless frames...transferred to the 60-day disabled list on September 12. 2004 Made major league debut for Texas, making 4 starts with 2 relief appearances over 2 stints with the Rangers.

Texas: Recalled from Oklahoma (AAA) on July 7...made first big league appearance on July 9 at Boston, allowing a Johnny Damon solo homer in 1.0 inning...optioned to Oklahoma the next day...recalled again on July 20, with first outing a relief appearance on July 22 vs. 4 outings were as starter, taking loss in each of those games despite pair of quality starts in first such outings on July 27 at Anaheim and Aug. 1 vs. Oakland...received a total of 3 runs of support in his 4 starts...made final start on Aug. 11 vs. New York, allowing 3 runs in 3.0 innings, and was optioned to Oklahoma the next day...made one more start after returning to RedHawks, but was shut down for remainder of season due to pitch count...finished one game and stranded his only inherited runner... had surgery to repair radial nerve compression in right arm after the expected to be fully ready for spring training.

Oklahoma: Spent most of season with Oklahoma in his first extended action at Triple-A, going 6-5, 4.71 (48 ER/91.2 IP) in 17 games/starts...ranked among team leaders in starts (2nd, 17), strikeouts (3rd, 72) and innings (5th)...began season 3-0, 0.54 (1 ER/16.2 IP) in first 3 starts and had a 1.93 ERA (6 ER/28.0 IP) over first 5 games through May 4...allowed 12 runs in 10.0 innings over next 2 starts May 9-14, raising season mark to 4.26...had a 3.27 figure (4 ER/11.0 IP) in next 2 starts, but allowed 11 runs in 2.1 innings on May 30 at Iowa to rise from 4.04 to season-high 5.79...beginning June 4, went 3-2, 3.35 (15 ER/40.1 IP) in final 7 outings to finish at 4.71...that final stretch included last start of the year on Aug. 16 at New Orleans (2 ER/1.2 IP) after being optioned by Texas...on June 25 at Albuquerque, pitched 8.1 no-hit innings before allowing a first pitch single to former Ranger Ryan Christenson...was removed after the lone that game, Regilio retired 18 straight at one point and posted season-high 10 was the longest no-hit bid by a RedHawks hurler since Ryan Glynn took a no-hit bid into the 9th inning on April 28, 1999...was named PCL Pitcher of the Week after the following start on July 1 vs. Memphis, Regilio took a no-hit bid into the 7th inning...walked first batter of game, then retired 19 straight before a John Gall single to center...tossed 6.2 shutout innings in that his 6 wins for the year, posted an 0.24 ERA (1 ER/37.2 IP)...PCL opponents batted .282, with lefties at .259 (29-112) and right-handers at .292 (69-236)...was 3-2, 3.15 (19 ER/54.1 IP) in 9 home starts...if May 30 outing were removed from his totals, ERA would have been 3.73 (37 ER/89.1 IP). 2003 Split the season between the Rangers (Rookie) of the Arizona League and Frisco (AA)...underwent rotator cuff surgery in March and was limited to pitching in just 3 games overall and was 0-1, 5.39 (4 ER/6.2 IP)...made 2 appearances with the Rangers and was 0-0, 0.00 in 5.0 innings...lost only appearance at Frisco and he pitched 1.2 innings and allowed 4 runs (all earned) and 5 hits while striking out 2 against Arkansas on August 30...pitched for Frisco in the Texas League playoffs and made 3 appearances...went 0-0, 0.00 in 3 innings...allowed 2 hits...made 8 appearances for Peoria in the Arizona Fall League and went 0-1, 4.45. 2002 Started 19 games for Tulsa (AA) including 2 complete games...tossed 7.0 inning complete game victory May 25 at Wichita triggering a 4-game win streak (May 25-July 9)...posted a 1.89 ERA (8 ER/38 IP) during the month of May...started one game for Oklahoma (AAA) July 28 hurling a 5.0 inning win. 2001 Opened the season with Charlotte (A), winning 5 of first 6 decisions...first 2 wins came with 5.0 shutout innings on April 6 at Fort Myers and 7.0 shutout frames on April 17 vs. Dunedin...allowed just one run in final 3 games (23.0 IP)...season-high 11 K's in May 31 loss vs. Daytona, allowing just one earned run in that game with Charlotte was perfect game on June 10 at Jupiter (9.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 9 SO)...13 ground ball outs and 5 fly/popouts in the perfecto...first perfect game for Texas farm player since Oklahoma's Rick Helling retired all 27 batters on August 13, 1996 vs. Nashville...promoted to Tulsa after that game, earning first Double-A win by allowing one run in 7.1 innings on July 14 vs. Wichita. 2000 Went 3-1, 3.43 (23 ER/60.1 IP) in his first 15 starts, but 1-2, 7.20 (20 ER/25.0 IP) over his last 5 games...suffered a right forearm strain and missed part of May and June...allowed 2 runs and 3 hits in 7.0 innings for win on August 22...struck out season-high 6 in final start on September 1...1999: Debuted with Pulaski (Rookie), striking out 58 batters in 49.2 innings while being named the Rangers' Minor League Pitcher of the Month for August, going 3-1 with a 1.25 ERA (5 ER/36 IP) in 6 starts...opponents hit just .172 for the season...won his final 3 starts, pitching at least 7.0 frames in each of his final 4 outings...fanned a career-best 12 batters on August 22...hurled a 7.0-inning, 2-hit complete game shutout on August 17...made 3 relief appearances, going 1-0 in 6.0 scoreless innings.