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. Anaheim...final 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 season...is 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 hit...in that game, Regilio retired 18 straight at one point and posted season-high 10 strikeouts...it 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 outing...in 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 win...in 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).