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Scott Dunn MLB Career Stats

W-L ERA IP SO WHIP
1-0 10.97 10.2 6 2.72

Scott Dunn Bio

  • Full Name: Scott Allen Dunn
  • Born: 5/23/1978 in San Antonio, TX
  • Draft: 1999, Cincinnati Reds, 10th rd. (308th overall)
  • College: Texas
  • Debut: September 11, 2004
  • Last Game: 4/25/2006
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Year W L ERA G GS SV IP SO WHIP
MLB Career Stats 1 0 10.97 10 0 0 10.2 6 2.72

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Scott Allen Dunn Bio Info

Scott Allen Dunn...Graduated Winston Churchill HS (San Antonio, TX) and University of Texas (Austin, TX)...Originally selected by Florida in 26th round of June, 1996 draft...Did not sign...Originally signed by Reds' scout Johnny Almaraz. 1999 Began professional career at Rookie Billings, posting 1-3 record and 4.31 ERA (39.2 IP - 19 ER) in nine games (eight starts). 2000 spent entire season at single-A Clinton...Compiled 11-3 record with two complete games, one shutout and a 3.96 ERA (147.2 IP - 65 ER) in 26 starts...Set career bests in wins, starts, complete games, shutouts (tied), innings pitched and strikeouts (159)...Ranked second among Reds minor leaguers in wins, third in strikeouts and eight in ERA...Among Midwest League leaders, finished second in walks (89) and third in strikeouts...Posted five games with 10 or more strikeouts...Won 10 straight decisions over 17 start span, May 20-Aug. 25...Named league Pitcher of the Week, July 30-Aug. 5...Tossed perfect game, Aug. 3 vs. Lansing (12 SO; 7-0 score)...Was first perfect game in Midwest League since Burlington's Albelino Pena, July 20, 1975 vs. Cedar Rapids (7 IP)...League's only other perfect game was thrown by Dennis Ribant of Quad Cities, July 2, 1961 vs. Clinton. 2001 Split season between single-A Mudville and Chattanooga...Combined to finish 12-5 with a 3.36 ERA in 27 starts...Led organization with 160 total strikeouts...Also ranked tied for second in wins and fifth in ERA...Posted 5-3 record with one complete game shutout and a 2.11 ERA (59.2 IP - 14 ER) in 10 starts at Mudville...recorded season-high 12 strikeouts, May 22 vs. Greenville (6 IP)...Named California League Pitcher of the Week, May 21- 27...Promoted to Chattanooga, May 30, and compiled 7-2 record and 4.12 ERA (98.1 IP - 45 ER) in 17 starts...Led Southern League with 71 walks. 2002 Spent entire season at Chattanooga, registering 5-7 record with one save and a 3.92 Era (110.1 IP - 48 ER) in 37 games (12 starts)...12 of first 14 appearances came as starter, before pitching exclusively from bullpen remainder of season...Was 4-3 with a 4.87 ERA as a starter and 1-4 with a 2.56 ERA as a reliever...Earned first career save, July 4 vs. Mobile. 2003 Pitched for four teams, three organizations and was involved in two trades...Began season at double-A Chattanooga, posting 3-2 record with eight saves and a 3.79 ERA (40.1 IP - 17 ER) in 31 games...Was traded to Chicago White Sox July 5, for second baseman D'Angelo Jimenez...Appeared in eight games at double-A Birmingham, posting 3-1 record, one save and 1.69 ERA (10.2 IP - 2 ER)...Was then traded to Angels' organization with lefthanded pitchers Gary Glover and Tim Bittner, July 30, in exchange for left-handed pitcher Scott Schoeneweis and right-handed pitcher Doug Nickle...Split remainder of season at double-A Arkansas and triple-A Salt Lake, combining to post 1-0 record and 7.11 ERA (12.2 IP - 10 ER) in nine games. 2005 Spent entire season at Triple-A Salt Lake...Finished campaign with 5-7 record, nine saves and a 3.82 ERA (92 IP - 39 ER) in 47 games (six starts)...Allowed 83 hits (7 HR), walked 41 and struck out 98 batters...Led Stingers in games pitched and strikeouts...Nine saves ranked third on club...Six of first eight appearances came as a starter...Posted 1-3 record with 6.82 ERA (30.1 IP - 23 ER) as starter and 4-4 mark with 2.48 ERA (61.2 IP - 17 ER) as reliever...Recorded 2-2 record, six saves and 2.53 ERA (42.2 IP - 12 ER) in 24 games on road...Was 2-1 record, three saves and a 0.77 ERA (23.1 IP - 2 ER) in final 14 appearances of season...Longest outing was 8 IP, May 3 at Portland...Strikeout high was five (six times), including Aug. 29 vs. Colorado Springs in two-inning relief victory...Opponents batted .242 against him. 2004 Began season at triple-A Salt Lake...Posted 10-4 record with one save and a 3.21 ERA (89.2 IP - 32 ER) in 46 games (six starts) for Stingers...Allowed 72 hits (6 HR), walked 56 and struck out 84 batters...Ranked second on club in wins, tied for lead in games pitched and led Stingers with .714 winning percentage...Was 3-1 with a 1.86 ERA (29 IP - 6 ER) as a starter and 7-3 with a 3.86 ERA (60.2 IP - 26 ER) as a reliever...Posted 6-1 record and 1.84 ERA (44 IP - 9 ER) in 21 road games...Registered 1-0 record and 1.46 ERA (12.1 IP - 2 ER) in April and was 3-0 in August (seven games, five starts)...Won eight of final 10 decisions overall...Final five appearances came as starter...Lone save came June 23 vs. Las Vegas...Strikeout high was nine, Aug. 30 vs. Tucson (6 IP)...Had contract selected by Angels from triple-A Salt Lake, Sept. 2...Took place of Tim Salmon on 40-man roster, who was transferred to 60-day DL...Appeared in three games with Angels, posting no record and 9.00 ERA (7 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 1 BB, 2 SO, 1 WP)...Made major league debut, Sept. 11 vs. Chicago (.2 IP).