Marcos Carvajal #50

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Marcos Carvajal MLB Career Stats

42 0-2 5.21 57.0 49 1.46

Marcos Carvajal Bio

  • Full Name: Marcos Jose Carvajal
  • Born: 8/19/1984 in Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela
  • Debut: 4/6/2005
  • Last Game: 9/29/2007
  • Died: 1/24/2018 in Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela
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MLB Career Stats 0 2 5.21 42 0 0 57.0 49 1.46


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Marcos Carvajal Stats

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Marcos Carvajal Advanced Stats

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Marcos Carvajal Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
March 16, 2010 Guerreros de Oaxaca placed Marcos Carvajal on the reserve list.
December 31, 2009 RHP Marcos Carvajal elected free agency.
June 26, 2009 Guerreros de Oaxaca signed free agent RHP Marcos Carvajal.
February 13, 2008 Marcos Carvajal roster status changed by Florida Marlins.
September 11, 2007 RHP Marcos Carvajal roster status changed by New York Mets.
September 7, 2007 New York Mets designated RHP Marcos Carvajal for assignment.

Marcos Jose Carvajal Bio Info

Marcos Jose Carvajal...attended Colegio Alianza Ciudad Bolivar...on the provisional roster for Venezuela for the inaugural World Baseball Classic. 2006 The right-hander went 2-2 with a 3.86 ERA in 72 1/3 innings of relief at Double-A Montgomery. Carvajal uses a fastball, slider and changeup; he will have an opportunity to earn a spot in the Rays' bullpen in 2007. 2005 One of eight players on Colorado's active roster for the entire season...0-2, 5.09 in 39 relief appeareances in his first Major League campaign...One of 18 major league pitchers with 30 or more appearances to not record a victory...ranked among Rockies leaders in appearances (4th, 39) and strikeouts (7th, 47)...strikeout total was 2nd-highest among Rox relievers... induced six ground-ball double plays, tied for team lead...Became the youngest player in Rockies history at 20 years, 230 days old with his Major League debut on April 6 vs. San Diego...previous youngest had been Jamey Wright, who was 21 years, 191 days old for his Colorado debut on July 3, 1996 at San Francisco...Began his career with 9.2 scoreless innings over his first six appearances through May 1, retiring each of first six batters faced and holding opponents to a .125 (4x32) average... recorded first Major League strikeout on April 18 vs. Arizona, fanning Luis Gonzalez...Tossed 5.0 shutout frames over next four outings to drop to 1.56 through May 24, but had a 9.45 ERA (13.1 ip, 14 er) over 10 games from May 27-June 29 to rise to 4.99...suffered second loss on May 29 at Chicago (NL), as he did not convert his first and only save opportunity of the season...Pitched career-high 3.2 innings June 18 at Balt., allowing 1 run, 3 hits w/5 strikeouts...Had a 1.38 ERA (13.0IP/2ER) over eight games in July, dropping season ERA from 4.99 to 3.92...pitched 3.0 shutout frames on July 27 vs. New York (NL), recording career-high six strikeouts...Made just eight appearances over season's final two months, posting a 10.61 ERA (9.1IP/ 11ER) in that span to finish at 5.09, highest figure all season...allowed five home runs over those final eight outings after permitting just three long balls in first 31 games and 43.2 innings...After tossing 1.1 scoreless frames on Aug. 23 at Los Angeles, appeared in just three of team's final 37 games, one of which was a 20-1 Colorado victory over San Diego on Sept. 20...went 1-0, 4.97 (12.2IP/7ER) in 10 relief appearances for Rockies in the spring. 2004 Marcos was one of the South Atlantic League's top relievers in 2004, posting a 1.88 ERA in 36 appearances for Columbus (A)...compiled a 4-2 record with 1 save and 72 strikeouts in 72.0 innings...he led the Catfish in both games and relief opponents to a .198 average against...earned a late-season promotion to Double A Jacksonville, where he pitched in one game, tossing 3.0 scoreless innings on Sept. 2 vs. Greenville...on May 3 at Greensboro, Marcos combined with starter Chuck Tiffany on a seven inning no-hitter...Tiffany pitched the first 5.0 frames and Carvajal followed with the final two in recording an 8-0 victory...from Aug. 8-25, Marcos allowed only 1 run, none earned, over his final 12.1 innings before being promoted on Sept. 2...he had a 1.23 ERA in July and a 1.04 ERA in August. 2003 Spent the year at Ogden (R), where he was named the 17th best prospect in the Pioneer League by Baseball America...was 2-1 with a 3.08 ERA and 2 saves in 23 relief appearances...struckout 50 batters in 38.0 10 July appearances, was 1-0 with a 1.17 ERA, allowing two earned runs and a .167 batting average in 15.1 innings...he then recorded a 2.30 ERA in eight August appearances. 2002 Made 13 appearances (five starts) for the Dodgers' Gulf Coast League (R) affiliate...he went 3-1 with a 0.76 ERA in his eight relief outings, 0-1 with a 2.95 ERA as a starter... opponents hit just .201. 2001 Played in the Venezuelan League for La Pradera.