Manny Delcarmen

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  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 2"/225
  • Age: 33


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Manny Delcarmen MLB Career Stats

11-8 3.97 292.2 249 1.38

Manny Delcarmen Bio

  • Full Name: Manuel Delcarmen
  • Pronunciation: dehl-KAHR-mehn
  • Born: 2/16/1982 in Boston, MA
  • Draft: 2000, Boston Red Sox, 2nd rd. (62nd overall)
  • High School: West Roxbury, MA
  • Debut: July 26, 2005
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MLB Career Stats 11 8 3.97 298 0 3 292.2 249 1.38
  • Status: Active


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November 10, 2014 at 3:51 PM ET

Nats sign Burriss, Delcarmen to Minors deals

The Nationals signed infielder/outfielder Emmanuel Burriss and right-hander Manny Delcarmen to Minor League deals with invitations to Major League Spring Training on Monday. Both players spent the entire season with Triple-A Syracuse, a Nationals affiliate.


Manny Delcarmen Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2007 Boston AL

Bosox Club Man of the Year Award

Year Team League
2008 Boston AL

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Season G Rank
2008 73 6th in AL


Season HLD Rank
2006 14 20th in AL
2008 18 17th in AL

Manny Delcarmen Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
July 2, 2015 Diablos Rojos del Mexico signed free agent RHP Manny Delcarmen.
June 7, 2015 Syracuse Chiefs released RHP Manny Delcarmen.
February 12, 2015 Washington Nationals invited non-roster RHP Manny Delcarmen to spring training.
March 31, 2014 RHP Manny Delcarmen assigned to Syracuse Chiefs.
December 2, 2013 Washington Nationals signed free agent RHP Manny Delcarmen to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
November 4, 2013 RHP Manny Delcarmen elected free agency.
April 8, 2013 RHP Manny Delcarmen assigned to Norfolk Tides from Frederick Keys.
April 7, 2013 Manny Delcarmen assigned to Frederick Keys from Norfolk Tides.
April 2, 2013 Manny Delcarmen assigned to Norfolk Tides.
January 28, 2013 Baltimore Orioles signed free agent RHP Manny Delcarmen to a minor league contract.
November 2, 2012 RHP Manny Delcarmen elected free agency.
May 10, 2012 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees activated RHP Manny Delcarmen from the 7-day disabled list.
April 20, 2012 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees placed RHP Manny Delcarmen on the 7-day disabled list.
April 5, 2012 RHP Manny Delcarmen assigned to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
January 27, 2012 New York Yankees signed free agent RHP Manny Delcarmen to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
July 13, 2011 Round Rock Express released RHP Manny Delcarmen.
June 2, 2011 RHP Manny Delcarmen assigned to Round Rock Express.
June 1, 2011 Texas Rangers signed free agent RHP Manny Delcarmen to a minor league contract.
May 31, 2011 Tacoma Rainiers released RHP Manny Delcarmen.
February 10, 2011 Seattle Mariners signed free agent RHP Manny Delcarmen to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
February 10, 2011 RHP Manny Delcarmen assigned to Tacoma Rainiers.
December 2, 2010 RHP Manny Delcarmen elected free agency.
August 31, 2010 Boston Red Sox Traded RHP Manny Delcarmen to Colorado Rockies and Asheville Tourists Traded RHP Chris Balcom-Miller to Greenville Drive.
July 17, 2010 Manny Delcarmen roster status changed by Boston Red Sox.
July 15, 2010 sent RHP Manny Delcarmen on a rehab assignment to Portland Sea Dogs.
July 2, 2010 Boston Red Sox placed RHP Manny Delcarmen on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to July 1, 2010. strained right forearm
October 19, 2009 Boston Red Sox activated RHP Manny Delcarmen.
October 8, 2009 Boston Red Sox reassigned RHP Manny Delcarmen to the minor leagues.

Manuel Delcarmen Bio Info

Manuel Delcarmen (Manny) a 2000 graduate of West Roxbury (MA) High (went 7-1 with a 0.40 ERA as a senior) 2000, was the first player from Boston's inner-city drafted by the Red Sox since a product of Boston's R.B.I. program...father, Manuel "Kuki" Delcarmen Sr., was a Phillies middle-infield farmhand from 2008, was named the BoSox Club's Man of the Year.


In lone season in the Orioles' system, notched a solid 2.83 ERA in 48 appearances with Norfolk of the Triple-A International League...struck out 7.7 per 9.0 innings and was touched for just 3 home runs in 54.0 IL innings.


Went 3-5 with 3 saves and a 4.42 ERA in 39 games/2 starts for the Yankees' Triple-A affiliate in Scranton/W-B...struck out 9.3 batters per 9.0 innings, but walk rate (5.7 per 9.0) was highest of pro career.

2011 Did not appear at the Major League level, but combined with Triple-A Tacoma of the Seattle organization and Triple-A Round Rock of the Texas organization to go 3-2 with a 5.59 ERA (38.2IP, 24ER) in 26 relief appearances...began the season with Tacoma and went 2-2 with a 5.14 ERA in 18 relief outings, allowing 16ER in 28.0IP...was released on 5/31 prior to being signed by the Rangers on 6/6...with Round Rock, made eight appearances out of the bullpen and went 1-0 with a 6.75 ERA (10.2IP, 8ER) before being released by Texas on 7/11. 2010 Split the season between Boston (3-2, 4.70, 48 G) and Colorado (0-2, 6.48, 9 G)...acquired by the Rockies in a waiver-claim trade on Aug. 31 for a player to be named later (RHP Chris Balcom-Miller)...overall was 3-4, 4.99 in 57 appearances...third consecutive season with at least 50.0 relief innings and fourth straight with at least 40 appearances... stranded 15 of 25 inherited runners...spent time on the Major League disabled list for the first time in his career, July 2-17 with a right forearm strain. 2009 Established a career high with 5 wins and reached 60 appearances (64) for the 2nd straight season...Held opponents scoreless in 43 of 64 outings...Tossed more than 1.0 inning on 12 occasions...Yielded just 5 home runs...Allowed 1st long ball on 8/5 at TB (Jason Bartlett)...Ended career-high span of 52 homerless appearances (beginning 9/9/08)...Marked 4th longest such streak by a Red Sox pitcher since 1954...Last longer run was a 63-gamer by Heathcliff Slocumb from 5/14/96-4/15/97...Allowed 24.2 percent (8 of 33) of inherited runners to score, 4th best ratio in the AL among qualifying righthanded relievers...Posted a 1.59 ERA (1 ER/5.2 IP) in 5 games during Interleague Play...Logged a 2.41 ERA (9 ER/33.2 IP) before the All-Star break, 10th in the AL over that time among hurlers with at least 30 appearances...Threw 10.1 scoreless innings over 1st 8 appearances, 4/8-24...Did not allow an earned run in 1st 11 games (14.0 IP) and 19 outings overall (25.1 IP) from 9/9/08-5/1/09...Made 200th career appearance on 6/5 vs. TEX, 1 of 14 relief pitchers in Red Sox history to reach that mark...ERA climbed each calendar month of the season: April - 0.00, May - 3.00, June - 4.00, July - 4.66, August - 5.25 and September 14.14...Not added to Sox Division Series roster. 2008 Played his first full season at the major league level after spending parts of 2005, 2006 and 2007 in the minors...Finished tied for 6th in the American League with a career-high 73 appearances, the most for a Red Sox reliever since Mike Timlin's 81 outings in 2005...Was 11th among A.L. relievers with a career-high 72 strikeouts including 55 K's in his last 51.1 innings pitched, a 47-game span that began June 3...Logged a career-high 13.2 scoreless inning streak over 11 games from May 27-June 27, the longest scoreless inning streak by a Red Sox reliever in 2008...Went 11.1 scoreless frames over his final 8 appearances with a 0.40 ERA (1 ER/22.2 IP) in his last 18 games to lower his season mark from 4.53 to 3.27.

DECISIONS, DECISIONS: Lost on April 24 vs. the Angels at Fenway Park, his first decision since a win on August 31, 2006, a span of 64 appearances, including a single-season club record 44 in 2007...Won on September 19 vs. Toronto for the first time since August 31, 2006, a span of 122 outings...Was the longest drought by a Sox reliever since 1956 and the A.L.'s longest stretch since C.J. Nitkowski's 127-game span from June 27, 2000 to August 21, 2004...Set a career high with 2 saves, both in his last 16 games of the season after logging one in his previous 161 contests.

THE RIGHT STUFF: Held righthanders to a .218 clip, 13th in the A.L. among righthanded pitchers with at least 50 outings...Righties went 5-for-39 (.128) against him in his final 20 games beginning August 14...He allowed 2 extra-base hits to righthanders from August 1 onward, both of them homers: Carlos Quentin on August 8 at Chicago and Taylor Teagarden on September 7 at Texas.

INSIDE THE NUMBERS: Allowed runs in 8 of his first 16 games through May 4 before posting a 0.87 mark (2 ER/20.2 IP) over his next 19 appearances from May 8-June 27...Gave up a season-high 3 runs twice within a span of 3 outings from June 28-July 2 before posting a 2.03 ERA (10 ER/40.0 IP) over 35 games to close out the year...Surrendered runs in 18 of 73 games overall...Was stingier at home than on the road, keeping opponents to a .188 (26-for-138) average and one long ball at Fenway Park compared to a .223 (29-for-130) clip and 4 round trippers everywhere else.

MORE 2008 HIGHLIGHTS: Earned his 2nd major league save on August 24 at Toronto, his first since July 23, 2007 at Cleveland...Worked a season-best 2.0 innings 6 times, including 5 in his final 12 games...Had 16 K's in 10.1 innings over a span of 10 outings from June 4-July 1...Struck out 2 or more in a game 20 times, 2nd among Red Sox relievers behind Jonathan Papelbon (24)...Retired the side in order in the 7th inning on June 4 vs. Tampa Bay, the 2nd time in his career he has done so and first since August 12, 2007 at Baltimore...Had 2 losses: April 24 vs. the Angels and June 28 at Houston. 2007 Spent the majority of the season in Boston, posting a major league career best 2.05 ERA in 44 relief appearances...Ranked 2nd among Sox relievers in ERA (minimum 10.0 IP) and was 6th in appearances...Did not get a win or loss in his 44 outings, a Sox club record for most games in a season without a decision and 2nd most of any major league pitcher in 2007 to Houston's Trever Miller (76)...Previous club record was 32 by Johnny Murphy in 1947...Worked 9.1 scoreless innings in his final 10 appearances and posted a 0.98 ERA (2 ER/18.1 IP) in his last 18 games to go from 2.81 to 2.05.

Started the season at Triple-A Pawtucket, but joined the big league club for good on June 17 when Brendan Donnelly was placed on the disabled list...Was 3-2 with a 3.38 ERA (11 ER/29.1 IP) in 20 appearances for the PawSox, tossing 15.2 scoreless innings in his final 10 outings, and went on to post a 2.09 ERA (10 ER/43.0 IP) in 43 games over the remainder of the season in Boston... Was first recalled from Pawtucket on May 21 and retired the side in order in the 7th inning that night at Yankee Stadium...Was his lone game before option on May 28.

2007 WITH BOSTON: Was scored upon in just 7 of his 44 major league games, striking out 41 in 44.0 innings...Allowed only 5 of 26 inherited runners to score (19.2 percent)...Held the opposition to a .183 (28-for-153) batting average...Recorded at least one strikeout in 28 of his 44 games, including more than one K 9 times...7 of his 10 total earned runs allowed came in 3 games (June 26 in Seattle, July 29 in Tampa Bay, and August 17 vs. the Angels)...Worked at least 1.0 inning in 33 of his 44 games, including a season-high 2.0 innings twice...Allowed runs in just one of his first 14 games with the Sox, posting a 1.15 ERA (2 ER/15.2 IP)...That stretch included a 10.2 scoreless innings streak in 9 games from June 29-July 19...Had 23 strikeouts in 17.0 innings over 17 appearances from July 4-August 12...Struck out a major league career-high 4 batters on July 14 vs. Toronto...Earned his first major league save on July 23 in Cleveland.

2007 WITH PAWTUCKET: Finished his Triple-A stint with 15.2 scoreless innings over his final 10 appearances, but owned a 7.24 ERA (11 ER/13.2 IP) in his first 10 games with Pawtucket through May 3...Had 37 strikeouts in 29.1 innings overall, an average of 11.4 K's per 9 innings...Struck out 2 or more in 12 of his 20 outings, including 3 strikeouts 4 times and 4 K's twice...Worked at least 1.0 inning in 18 of his 20 Triple-A games, including 2.0 innings or more 8 times. IN THE POSTSEASON: Made his post-season debut with 6 appearances during Boston's World Championship run in 2007...Appeared in one Division Series game vs. the Angels, 3 Championship Series games vs. the Indians and 2 World Series games vs. the Rockies...Allowed 4 runs on 7 hits in 4.1 total innings (8.31 ERA), striking out 5 with 3 walks...Gave up runs in 3 of the 6 outings...Had one hold and one game finished. 2006 Spent nearly all of his sixth professional season with his hometown Red Sox, going 2-0 with a 5.06 ERA in 50 relief appearances...had 14 holds, tied for 2nd-most on the club with Keith Foulke behind only Mike Timlin (21)...was not a member of Boston's Opening Day roster but was quickly recalled from Triple-A Pawtucket on April 23...returned to Triple-A on May 7 but was back in the big leagues to stay three weeks later upon his May 28 recall...had a strong first half of the season, going 1-0 with a 3.52 ERA (9 ER/23.0 IP) in 22 outings before the All-Star break but then turned in a 1-0 record with a 6.23 ERA (21 ER/30.1 IP) in 28 outings after the his brief time with Pawtucket, went 0-1 with a 2.12 ERA in 10 relief appearances.

HOME, SWEET HOME: Became only the third pitcher born in Massachusetts to make 50 appearances in a season with the Red Sox in the history of the franchise...Jeff Reardon (Dalton) made 57 appearances in 1991 and Jim Corsi (Newton) made 52 outings in 1997 and 59 in 1998.

INSIDE THE NUMBERS: Surrendered only two home runs in 53.2 big-league innings, including no homers allowed in 33 outings in a row, covering 35.1 innings, from June 17-Sept. 8...posted a 13.50 ERA (4 ER/2.2 IP) in 3 April outings and an 11.25 ERA in nine September outings (10 ER/8.0 IP)...turned in a 3.38 ERA (16 ER/42.2 IP) in 38 outings in the four months in between...did not allow a run in nine straight outings from June 28-July 15, covering 9.2 innings...struck out 45 and walked only 17 in 53.1 innings, a 2.6 strikeout-to-walk ratio...posted no record with a 2.57 ERA (2 ER/7.0 IP) in 8 appearances in interleague play...opponents batted .306 vs. the Sox righthander, including a .302 mark by righties and a .319 mark by lefties...allowed a .406 batting average (26-for-64) with runners in scoring position...allowed 19 of 31 inherited runners to score.

MORE 2006 HIGHLIGHTS: Earned his first big-league win June 11, 2006 vs. Texas, as he tossed 2.0 scoreless innings leading to David Ortiz's walk-off, 3-run homer in the bottom of the 9th...earned win No. 2 Aug. 31 vs. Toronto, a 6-4 Red Sox victory...five times tossed a season-high 2.0 innings...struck out a season-high 3 twice. 2005 Having never before pitched above Single-A, the Boston-native opened his 5th professional season at Double-A Portland and advanced to Triple-A Pawtucket before making his major league debut with 10 appearances for the Red Sox...between the 3 stops, made a career-high 56 the 2 minor league stops, combined to go 7-5 with 5 saves, a 2.55 ERA (17 ER/60.0 IP), a .214 average allowed (48-for-224), 3 home runs and 72 strikeouts, an average of 10.8 K's per 9 innings...following the season, was named the No. 8 prospect in the organization heading into 2006 by Baseball America.

WITH THE RED SOX: Enjoyed 3 stints with the Red Sox July 26-August 15, August 30 for one day and September 6 through the end of the season...did not allow a run his first 3 times out (3.0 IP) and in 9 of his 10 appearances, including his final 6 games (5.1 IP)...did not allow a hit his last 4 times out (3.1 IP)...fanned 9 in 9.0 big league innings...opponents hit just .242 (8-for-33)...made his major league debut July 26 at Tampa Bay, working a 1-2-3 8th inning in a 10-9 10-inning win...recorded his first big league strikeout, fanning Johnny Gomes, the first man he faced...the only game in which he allowed a run was August 7 at Minnesota (3 runs on 3 hits and 2 walks in 0.2 innings).

WITH PORTLAND: Opened the season in the Eastern League, and went 4-4 with 3 saves and a 3.23 ERA in 31 relief appearances...held opponents to a .212 average (31-for-146) and 3 homers in 39.0 innings...walked 20 and fanned 49, an average of 11.3 K's per 9 innings...was 1-2 with a 9.00 ERA (6 ER/6.0 IP) in 6 April appearances, then went 3-2 with 3 saves and a 2.18 ERA (8 ER/33.0 IP) in his final 25 Double-A outings...opponents hit .296 (8-for-27) in April and .193 (23-for-119) thereafter...did not allow a run his last 6 times out (8.1 IP) June 21-July 3...overall, held righties to a .202 average (20-for-99), while lefties batted .234 (11-for-47)...went 2-3 with a save and a 6.14 ERA (10 ER/14.2 IP) at Hadlock Field and 2-1 with 2 saves and a 1.48 ERA (4 ER/24.1 IP) on the road.

WITH PAWTUCKET: Promoted from Portland on July 6, Delcarmen went 3-1 with a pair of saves and a 1.29 ERA (3 ER/21.0 IP) in 15 Triple-A outings...did not allow a run in 13 of his 15 games, including his last 9 in a row (12.0 IP) July 25-September 5...held the International League to a .218 average (17-for-78) and did not surrender a home run...fanned 23 and 21.0 IL innings, an average of 9.9 K's per 9 innings...fanned 5 in 2.0 no-hit, no-run innings in his July 6 Triple-A debut vs. his next outing, 4 days later, again threw 2.0 scoreless innings, this time striking out 4, at Syracuse...earned his first Triple-A win with 2.0 scoreless innings August 19 vs. Rochester, the start of a 6-appearance run in which he registered 3 wins and 2 saves and did not allow a run in 9.0 innings...notched his first save for the PawSox, recording the final 5 outs and not allowing a run, 2 days later against the Red Wings. 2004 SUMMARY: Went 3-6 with a 4.68 ERA in 19 appearances (18 starts), with Single-A Sarasota in his return from 2003 "Tommy John" surgery...struck out 76 and walked only 20 in 73.0 innings, an average of 9.4 strikeouts and 2.5 walks per 9 innings.

FINISHING UP STRONG: After going 0-5 with a 5.67 ERA (25 ER/39.2 IP) in his first 12 starts, was 3-1 with a 3.41 ERA (13 ER/34.1 IP) over his final 7 games (6 starts)...walked 11 in 17.0 innings in his first 7 starts, but settled down to issue just 9 free passes over his final 12 appearances (56.0 IP).

MORE 2004 HIGHLIGHTS: Tossed 3.0 hitless innings in his season debut May 15 vs. Vero Beach...earned the win with 5.0 innings of 2-hit ball in his lone relief outing July 21 vs. Palm his next start, July 26 vs. Jupiter, tossed 5.0 scoreless innings, allowing just one hit while striking out a season-high 9...went a season-high 6.0 innings August 15 vs. Clearwater, allowing no runs on 2 hits...suffered the loss in his 2004 finale August 27 vs. Tampa, his first defeat in 6 games since July 14 at Brevard County. 2003 Appeared in just 4 games (3 starts) with Sarasota due to an elbow injury suffered April 22 at Dunedin...underwent "Tommy John" ligament replacement surgery and missed the rest of 2003...held the opposition to a .200 (16-for-80) average...earned his lone win with 7.0 shutout innings of 2-hit ball April 11 vs. Vero Beach, fanning a season-high 11...April 17 vs. Brevard County, allowed just one run over 8.1 innings in a no-decision. 2002 Went 7-8 with a 4.10 ERA in 26 games (24 starts) for Single-A Augusta...led all Red Sox minor leaguers with 136 the opposition to a .242 average...won 3 straight starts May 18-29 and June 26-July 7...fanned a season-high 11, allowing just one run over 6.0 innings, April 25 vs. Charleston...took a no-hitter into the 8th inning before surrendering a lead-off home run in a 3-1 win May 29 at Macon...did not allow an earned run over his final 3 games (15.0 IP) August 14-25. 2001 Was named the Gulf Coast Red Sox Pitcher of the Year and a GCL All-Star after going 4-2 with a save and a 2.54 ERA in 11 games (8 starts) in his pro debut...struck out 62 (4th in the GCL) in 46.0 innings, an average of 12.1 K's per 9 innings...did not allow a homer and limited foes to a .211 average...struck out a season-high 10 in 5.0 innings July 27 at the Twins...was 2-0 with a 1.20 ERA (2 ER/15.0 IP) in his final 3 games.