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Tim Corcoran MLB Career Stats

5-9 4.97 130.1 78 1.53

Tim Corcoran Bio

  • Full Name: Timothy Hugh Corcoran
  • Born: 4/15/1978 in Baton Rouge, LA
  • Draft: 1996, New York Mets, 44th rd. (1299th overall)
  • College: Mississippi Gulf Coast CC
  • Debut: June 14, 2005
  • Ret., Final Game: 6/8/2007
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MLB Career Stats 5 9 4.97 40 17 0 130.1 78 1.53


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05/27/2013 Gwinnett INT

Tim Corcoran Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
June 17, 2013 Tim Corcoran assigned to Braves Extended Spring Training from Danville Braves.
June 3, 2013 Danville Braves released RHP Tim Corcoran.
June 2, 2013 RHP Tim Corcoran assigned to Danville Braves from Gwinnett Braves.
April 1, 2013 Tim Corcoran assigned to Gwinnett Braves.
November 28, 2012 Atlanta Braves signed free agent RHP Tim Corcoran to a minor league contract.
November 2, 2012 RHP Tim Corcoran elected free agency.
August 25, 2012 RHP Tim Corcoran assigned to Albuquerque Isotopes from Los Angeles Dodgers.
August 24, 2012 Los Angeles Dodgers signed free agent RHP Tim Corcoran to a minor league contract.
August 23, 2012 Delfines de Ciudad del Carmen released RHP Tim Corcoran.
April 20, 2012 Delfines de Ciudad del Carmen signed free agent RHP Tim Corcoran.
January 20, 2012 Los Angeles Dodgers signed free agent RHP Tim Corcoran to a minor league contract.
November 2, 2011 RHP Tim Corcoran elected free agency.
September 30, 2011 Albuquerque Isotopes activated RHP Tim Corcoran from the 7-day disabled list.
July 23, 2010 Albuquerque Isotopes sent RHP Tim Corcoran on a rehab assignment to AZL Dodgers.
June 23, 2010 Tim Corcoran roster status changed by Albuquerque Isotopes.
April 5, 2010 RHP Tim Corcoran assigned to Albuquerque Isotopes from Los Angeles Dodgers.
March 10, 2010 RHP Tim Corcoran assigned to Los Angeles Dodgers.
November 9, 2009 RHP Tim Corcoran elected free agency.
August 12, 2009 RHP Tim Corcoran assigned to Albuquerque Isotopes from Chattanooga Lookouts.
June 29, 2009 Tim Corcoran roster status changed by Chattanooga Lookouts.
June 20, 2009 Chattanooga Lookouts placed RHP Tim Corcoran on the 7-day disabled list.
April 18, 2009 Chattanooga Lookouts activated RHP Tim Corcoran from the 7-day disabled list.
March 31, 2009 Chattanooga Lookouts placed RHP Tim Corcoran on the 7-day disabled list.

Timothy Hugh Corcoran Bio Info

Graduated from Jackson (LA) High School...Played college ball at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College...Younger brother Roy signed as a non-drafted free agent with the Montreal Expos/Washington National organization in 2001... he currently pitches in the Florida Marlins organization. 2007 Twenty-eight year-old was recalled May 8 from AAA Durham ... Made 9 app's, allowing runs in 6 of them, for a 6.75 ERA (17.1-IP, 17-H, 13-ER) ... First 4 outings: 10.0-IP, 8-H, 4-R/ER, 3-BB, 3-SO ... 3.60 ERA ... Last 5 outings: 7.1-IP, 9-H, 10-R, 9-ER, 9-BB, 3-SO ... 12.27 ERA ... Walked 7 of his final 8 batters faced over his last two appearances ... issued 4 walks June 8 at Florida ... Entered with the bases loaded June 5 at Toronto and walked all 3 men he faced, including the walk-off run as the Rays' pen blew a 5-run 9th-inning lead ... Tossed a career-high 5.1 relief innings May 18 vs. Florida, matching the 4th-longest relief outing in club history ... was the longest relief app. by a Ray since John Halama worked 5.1 May 12, 2004 against Texas ... Placed on the disabled list on June 12 with a right elbow strain ... reinstated on Aug 6 and was optioned to Montgomery ... Made 10 relief appearances with the Bulls going 1-1 with a 2.51 ERA allowing runs in only 2 of his outings ... With Montgomery was 2-1 with 3 saves and a 3.44 ERA in 14 games ... also helped the Biscuits to the Southern League Championship with 3 saves and 5.1 scoreless innings over 4 postseason appearances ... Was designated for assignment on Sep 11 when C Raul Casanova was added to the roster then outrighted back to Montgomery on Sep 13 ... Was among the Rays final spring cuts ... appeared in 6 games (1 start), pitching to a 5.73 ERA. 2006 The 28-year-old rookie was selected June 14 from AAA Durham with RH Tyler Walker heading to the 15-day DL...Made 3 appearances out of the bullpen before moving into the rotation when RH Seth McClung was optioned to AAA...Was 5-9 with a 4.38 ERA, in 21 games, 16 starts, with the Rays walking 48 while striking out 59...allowed 3 earned runs or less in 13 of his 16 starts...Among AL rookie starters, his ERA ranked 6th best, his 90.1 IP were 10th most and his .271 opponent's batting average was 7th best...Earned his first major league win in his first start June 24 at home vs. Atlanta... worked 5 innings (H-4, R-1, ER-1, BB-3, SO-2) in a 3-2 win over the Braves and Lance Cormier...Won his first 3 starts and his first 4 decisions overall becoming only the second Rays pitcher ever to begin his major league career 4-0 (James Shields also did it earlier in 2006)...Did not win again until his final start of the season Sept 27 at Fenway Park as the Rays recorded their largest shutout ever - 11-0 over the Red Sox and Josh Beckett...Corcy tossed 6.2 shutout innings allowing 4 hits and 5 walks while striking out 7...joined Jae Seo as the only Rays starters to earn a road win in the 2nd half...Was Boston's worst shutout loss since a 12-0 setback on Aug. 5, 2005 at Minnesota and the worst shutout at Fenway Park since an 18-0 loss to Milwaukee on April 16, 1990...The win snapped a 9-game losing streak for Corcoran over 13 starts - all following the All-Star Break...was his first win as a starter since July 5 at home also against Boston (won July 9 in relief vs. NY)...His 9-game slide was the longest losing streak in the majors over the last two seasons and tied with Joe Kennedy (2003) as the 3rd longest losing streak in club history behind Jeremi Gonzalez (11, 2003-04) and Albie Lopez (10, 2001)...Was Corcoran's first road win since an 11-1 win June 30 at Washington when he threw a career-high 7.0 inn. of shutout ball and struck out a career-most 8 - a span of 6 starts (0-5, 7.33 ERA)...Pre All-Star Break: 4-0, 1.57 ERA, 23.0-IP, 19-H, 4-R/ER, 9-BB, 15-SO, 1-HR, .235 opp. avg., 7 G, 3 GS...Post All-Star Break: 1-9, 5.35 ERA, 67.1-IP, 73-H, 44-R, 40-ER, 39-BB, 44-SO, 9-HR, .283 opp. avg. 14 G, 13 GS...Rays were 2-11 in his 13 starts after the break...Made 19 appearances, 3 starts, with Durham posting a 5-1 record with a save and a 1.91 ERA, (37.2 IP, 30 H, 9 BB, 32 SO)...12 of his 16 relief outings were scoreless...Allowed just 4 ER combined over his last 13 outings (17.1 IP), including a stretch of 9 straight outings without allowing an ER (May 11-30)...Stepped into the Bulls rotation for 3 starts April 13-23...was 1-0 with a 1.93 ERA (14.0-IP, 3-ER). 2005 The 27-year-old rookie had two tours with the Rays, his first action at the major league level...Pitched to a 5.96 ERA (IP-22.2, ER-15) with no record in 10 games, with 12 walks and 13 strikeouts...Was recalled Aug. 9 from Triple-A Durham making eight appearances, one start, through the end of the season...Tied the Rays' season high with 5 strikeouts, all in a 6-batter stretch, in 3.0 hitless innings of relief Aug. 10 @ Baltimore upon his return to the Rays...was first of 3 consecutive scoreless outings (6-IP, 3-H, 0-BB, 6-SO)...Then worked to a 12.96 ERA over his next 4 relief appearances: 8.1-IP, 10-H, 12-R/ER, 7-BB...One and only start came in the season finale Oct 2 vs. Baltimore...tossed four no-hit innings before giving up a 2-run home run to Sal Fasano in the 5th...Did not draw a decision in the Rays' 6-2 loss to the O's...Tim's line: 4.1-IP, 2-H, 2-R/ER, 3-BB, 2-SO...Was just his 12th start in 313 professional outings...Was also up June 13-27 when Trever Miller went on the DL...appeared in two games allowing one run in 4.0 innings of work...Made his major league debut June 14 vs. Milwaukee, pitching 2.0 scoreless innings (1-H, 1-BB)...Rays were blanked by Tomo Ohka, 4-0...Appeared 29 times out of the 'pen at Durham, 20 of which were scoreless...Named the Bulls' Pitcher of the Year after going 5-1 with a team-best 2.89 ERA (IP-56.0, ER-18)...held opponents to a .230 average and was especially tough on righties holding them to a .188 mark...Combined with starter Jimmy Anderson and reliever Carlos Hines on Durham's first shutout of the season on July 2, a 4-0 win over Syracuse (Blue Jays)...Former 44th round selection of the Mets in 1996...he has twice been selected in Rule V drafts...first by the Orioles from the Mets in 2000 and pitched 3 seasons in the Orioles system, reaching AA Bowie...Rays then selected him following the 2003 season. 1998 Began the 1998 season at Class-A St. Lucie before joining the Capital City Bombers (A) on June 4...Pitched to a 2.61 ERA (IP-48.1, ER-14) in 20 games with Cap City...Did not allow an earned run in six consecutive games July 21-Aug. 12 (18.1 IP, 13 H, 2 R, 6 BB, 14 SO), notching two wins and a pair of saves...Appeared in 4 games with the Mets of the Florida State League with no record and an 8.22 ERA before his promotion. 1999 Pitched to a career-best 0.44 ERA with Capital City (A) in 1999...Appeared in 40 games, 3 starts, with the Bombers and struck out a career-high 89 batters...Fanned at least one batter in 38 of 40 appearances and averaged 10.68 K/9.0 IP...Struck out a career-high 6 in 3.0 innings of relief July 31 at Cape Fear (Expos)...Held opponents to a .225 average and was especially stingy to righties keeping them at a .199 batting average; opponents hit a mere .120 in April (3-25, 7 G). 2000 Began the 2000 season on the DL with a strained groin...Returned to Capital City (A) of the South Atlantic League Apr 21...Allowed just 3 ER in his first 11 appearances (15.2 IP), a 1.72 ERA...Held left-handed hitters to a .169 average (11-56)... Selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the minor league phase of the Rule V Draft on Dec. 11, 2000. 2001 Made his debut with the Orioles organization in 2001 playing with Frederick (A) and Bowie (AA)...Allowed just 4 hits and 1 run in 7 appearances (0.77 ERA) with Bowie before he was shut down on Aug. 20 for the remainder of the season due to right shoulder tendinitis. 2002 Appeared in 35 games with Double-A Bowie during the 2002 season despite missing the entire month of June with a strained right biceps muscle...Returned from the injury July 2 and pitched to a 1.50 ERA (IP-24.0, ER-4) over his final 17 outings of the year including a streak of 10 straight games in which he did not allow an earned run July 2-Aug. 4 (18.1 IP, 3 R)...Had allowed 16 earned runs in 18 games (5.76 ERA) before he landed on the DL. 2003 Split the 2003 season between Frederick (A) and Bowie (AA) appearing in a career-high 48 games...Was a combined 6-6 with a 4.95 ERA (IP-91.0, ER-50)...Did not give up a run in his first 4 outings with the Double-A Baysox including a 4.0-inning shutout relief performance May 7 at Erie (Tigers)...Made 3 starts with Frederick, his first action as a starter since 1999...Surrendered 7 hits and 6 runs in 1.1 innings of work in the 3rd inning Aug. 3 vs. New Britain (Twins)...The 14 runs and 13 hits allowed by Baysox pitching in the 3rd frame was a franchise high as well as the 26 total hits in the game by the visiting Rock Cats...Selected by Tampa Bay in the AAA Phase of the Rule V Draft on Dec. 15, 2003. 2004 Was a combined 3-4, 3.63 ERA with Durham (AAA) and Montgomery (AA) in his first season with the Tampa Bay organization... Closed out the year with 3 straight perfect outings and allowed just 3 ER over his final 9 appearances (10.1 IP)...Allowed a solo home run in 3 consecutive games July 4-9...Had surrendered only 3 HR the entire year previous to that...Did not allow another homer the remainder of the season...Had his best month in June when he allowed just 6 ER in 20.0 IP, a 2.70 ERA, and held opponents to a .194 average (13-67)...Tossed a career-high 5.0 innings of relief June 3 against Norfolk (Mets) 1 R/ER, 3 H, 4 BB, 2K...Began the year with the Bulls allowing 4 runs in as many games...Transferred to Montgomery on May 5...Promoted back to Durham May 29...Appeared in 6 games, 2 starts, at Montgomery with a 2.76 ERA (16.1 IP, 5 ER)...Made back-to-back starts May 15 and 20 with the Biscuits...Tossed 4.0 shutout innings in his first start (2 H, 3 K) then allowed 3 runs in 4.0 innings in the second start (BB, 5 K, 2 HR).