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Anthony Reyes MLB Career Stats

13-26 5.12 293.1 205 1.38

Anthony Reyes Bio

  • Full Name: Anthony Loza Reyes
  • Born: 10/16/1981 in Downey, CA
  • Draft: 2003, St. Louis Cardinals, 15th rd. (455th overall)
  • College: Southern California
  • Debut: August 9, 2005
  • Ret., Final Game: 5/22/2009
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MLB Career Stats 13 26 5.12 67 52 1 293.1 205 1.38


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Anthony Reyes Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2006 St. Louis NL

PCL Pitcher of the Week

Week Team League
05/22/2005 Memphis PCL
08/27/2006 Memphis PCL

Anthony Reyes Leaderboards

Complete Games

Season CG Rank
2006 1 21st in NL
2007 1 11th in NL

Anthony Reyes Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
November 2, 2012 RHP Anthony Reyes elected free agency.
September 25, 2012 Tucson Padres activated RHP Anthony Reyes from the 7-day disabled list.
June 21, 2012 Tucson Padres placed RHP Anthony Reyes on the 7-day disabled list.
May 18, 2012 RHP Anthony Reyes assigned to Tucson Padres from Padres Extended Spring Training.
May 7, 2012 San Diego Padres signed free agent RHP Anthony Reyes to a minor league contract.
August 5, 2011 Columbus Clippers released RHP Anthony Reyes.
July 22, 2011 sent RHP Anthony Reyes on a rehab assignment to AZL Indians.
April 7, 2011 RHP Anthony Reyes assigned to Columbus Clippers.
November 15, 2010 Cleveland Indians signed free agent RHP Anthony Reyes to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 29, 2010 Cleveland Indians sent Anthony Reyes outright to Columbus Clippers.
August 11, 2010 sent RHP Anthony Reyes on a rehab assignment to Akron Aeros.
July 26, 2010 AZL Indians sent RHP Anthony Reyes on a rehab assignment to Akron Aeros.
July 17, 2010 Anthony Reyes assigned to AZL Indians.
February 24, 2010 Cleveland Indians selected the contract of Anthony Reyes from Columbus Clippers.
December 13, 2009 Cleveland Indians signed free agent RHP Anthony Reyes to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
December 13, 2009 RHP Anthony Reyes elected free agency.
December 13, 2009 Anthony Reyes assigned to Columbus Clippers.
November 18, 2009 Cleveland Indians activated RHP Anthony Reyes from the 60-day disabled list.
May 28, 2009 Cleveland Indians transferred RHP Anthony Reyes from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.
May 23, 2009 Cleveland Indians placed RHP Anthony Reyes on the 15-day disabled list. right elbow inflammation

Anthony Loza Reyes Bio Info

Full name ANTHONY LOZA REYES ...Resides in Buena Park, CA...Single...Reyes was named Del Rey League Co-Pitcher of the Year his senior year (1999) at California High in Whittier, CA...Also played one season of football...Attended the University of Southern California where he earned 2001 All-NCAA Regional honors after throwing his first collegiate shutout with a three-hitter against Fresno State (5/27/01), striking out 10 and not allowing a walk in the NCAA Regional...Was All-Pac-10 first team in his 2002 junior year and All- Pac-10 honorable mention in 2000 and 2003...ranks 10th on USC's all-time career list for strikeouts with 273 and fifth in games started (53)...Anthony was selected by the Detroit Tigers in the 13th round of the June 2002 amateur draft, but did not sign... He was the Top Pitching prospect in the St. Louis system and among the Top 100 Overall Minor League Prospects according to Baseball America entering both the 2005 and 2006 seasons...Anthony and his fiancé Hayley Schumacher, spend time visiting local hospitals in the Cleveland community. 2010 Spent the season rehabbing from reconstructive right elbow surgery in June of 2009...Rehabbed in Goodyear, AZ all spring and into the summer before making 2 rehab starts for the AZ Rookie League Indians on July 17 and 22...Also made a pair of starts for AA Akron on that same rehab on July 27 and August 1 (1.2IP, 6H, 9R/ER, 4BB, 1K) before being shutdown for 10 days with mid-back soreness...Made 1 more start, August 11 at AA Akron (1.0IP, 1H, 7R/ER, 6BB, 1K), before being shutdown from competitive action in order to work on his mechanics and delivery with the Major League staff for the rest of the 2010 regular season. 2009 Opened the season in the Indians rotation before being shut down for the season after walking a career-high 6 batters at Cincinnati in his final start of May 22 that eventually led to season-ending reconstructive right elbow surgery on June 12 in Anaheim, CA (Dr. Lewis Yocum)...Rehabbed in Cleveland the remainder of the regular season. u Improved to 1-0 in his first start of the season on Sunday, April 12 vs. the Toronto Blue Jays in Cleveland...Was an 8-4 win over the Jays and David Purcey...6.0IP, 3H, 4R/ER, 3BB, 2K...Was his only win of the year and was winless over his final 7 starts...Did not get a decision in his 2nd start at NYY on April 17 (5.0IP, 5H, 3R/ER, 3HR)...3HR all'd equaled a career-high (3rd time)... Last 5GS: 0-1 w/a 8.05 ERA (21.1IP, 28H, 19ER)...Went 0-0 w/a 4.50 ERA in 5 games/3 starts (14.0IP, 12H, 7ER, 2HR, 5BB, 8K)...Limited spring hitters to a .226 (12-53) average against...Non-tendered on December 12 and signed to minor league deal the following day. 2008 Was acquired in late July and was a solid member of the rotation for 6 turns in August and early September before being shut down for the season with a sore right elbow after his final start on Sept. 5 at Kansas City...Was optioned to Buffalo after the July 26th trade and went 2-0 w/a 2.77 ERA in 2 starts for AAA Buffalo before being recalled from Buffalo on August 8th and made his Indians debut that night in Toronto, picking up his first win as a starter on the season in the 5-2 win (6.1IP, 7H, 1R/ER, 1BB, 4K)...Tossed a season-high 7.0IP in a ND at Texas on August 24 (7.0IP, 4H, 1R/ER)...Also tossed 7.0IP in start of August 30 vs. Seattle...With Cleveland he was 2-1 w/a 1.83 ERA in 6 starts (34.1IP, 31H, 7R/7ER, 12BB, 15K)... His 2.01 ERA during the month of August was 3rd best in the AL (min 30.0IP, 31.1IP, 30H, 7R/ER)...Did not allow more than 2 runs in any of his 6 starts and over his last 3 starts his ERA was 1.06 (17.0IP, 12H, 2R/ER)... With the Indians batters hit .242 (31-128) w/a 2HR... His minor league career record is 20-12 w/a 3.22 ERA in 73 starts (422.0IP, 357H, 151ER), including a career Triple A ERA of 3.16 (55GS, 316.0IP, 263H, 111ER)...Combined on the year for Cleveland and St. Louis he was 4-2-1 w/a 2.76 ERA in 16 games (6GS, 49.0IP, 47H, 15ER, 15BB, 25K)...Batters hit .189 (17-90) off him with runners on base and .167 (8-48) with RISP...Batters compiled a .312 on-base % and .382 slugging % against him (.694OPS) on the year...Overall batters hit .253 (47-186, 4HR) w/lefties hitting .240 (24-100, 3HR) off him...Pitched at least 6.0IP in 4 of his 6 starts with the Indians...Prior to his July 26 acquisition he split the 2008 season between the St. Louis bullpen and AAA Memphis rotation...He was on the Cardinals' opening day roster and posted a mark of 2-1 w/a save and a 4.91 ERA in 10 relief outings (14.2IP, 16H, 8R/ER, 2HR, 3BB, 10K), recording scoreless outings in 6 of 10 appearances... With the Cardinals batters hit .276 (16-58, 2HR)...Earned first Major League save on April 12 @SF...Between his 2 stints in St. Louis and the DL he went 2-3 w/a 3.25 ERA in 11 starts for Memphis (52.2IP, 51H, 19ER, 4HR, 21BB, 47K) and limited PCL hitters to a .250 (51-195) average against...Was with the Cardinals from opening day until May 4 option and recalled again on June 14...Placed on DL with a right elbow strain after outing of June 15 vs. PHI w/a right elbow strain and was on DL from June 16-July 5 (activated and optioned to Memphis)...This year at the Triple A level (including Buffalo) he was 4-3 w/a 3.15 ERA in 13 starts (65.2IP, 61H, 23ER) and had an outstanding outing on August 3 in last start for Buffalo in a 2-1 win over Syracuse (8.0IP, 5H, 1R/ER, HR, 0BB, 4K)...At the Triple A level this year batters hit .250 (61-244) w/7HR allowed...RH hitters hit .255 (27-106, 4HR) and LHH have batted .246 (34-138) w/3HR. 2007 Experienced the "sophomore jinx" as he endured a tough-luck 2-14 season. Became the first Cardinals pitcher to lose 10 straight games to begin a season since 1898 when Kid Carsey lost his first 10 games. (No Cardinal has lost his first 11 starts to begin a season). His 12-game losing streak from 9/8/06-6/27/07 tied a franchise record held by Bill Kissinger who lost a club-high 12-straight decisions from 1896-97...the last ML pitcher to lose 12-straight was Russ Ortiz (9/4/05-4/7/07) with ARI, BAL & SF...the last ML pitcher to lose 13-straight decisions was Jose Lima with Houston from 4/10-7/4/00. His .125 winning percentage tied for lowest in Cardinals history with Bill Kissinger, who also went 2-14 in 1896. Gave up all his runs in one inning in 11 of his 20 starts - went 1-10 in those starts. In 14 of his 20 starts the opposition scored all or all but one of their earned runs in a single inning. Allowed 15 HR in 20 starts, nine of which were multi-run homers. 33 of his 71 runs allowed (46%) came in the first two innings. Had 74 strikeouts in 107.1 IP and fanned four-or-more batters in 11 of 20 starts. The team scored 65 total runs in his 20 starts and only 34 while he was on the mound. Six of the Cards 12 shutout losses came in games started by Reyes. His 34 runs of support while on the mound was the lowest in the majors among pitchers with 20-or-more starts since 1989 when the Phillies Don Carman also received 34 runs. The only pitcher since 1974 to receive less total runs of support on the mound (20-or-more starts) is Don Baumgarten of the White Sox in 1980 (30 runs). His luck in the minors was just as frustrating. Made three starts 7/6-20 at Memphis (AAA) and had no-decisions in all three. In his last two starts, allowed just one run each through 12.0 total innings. Won three of five Grapefruit League starts (3-0) and allowed six earned runs in 20.0 innings pitched (2.70 ERA). Made his season debut on 4/7 at HOU and was on the losing end of 5-1 loss to Roy Oswalt & the Astros. Charged with third loss of the season in 6-0 shutout at CHI on 4/21. Reyes gave up a 3-run HR in the first to M. Barrett and one run in the 2nd before retiring 15 of his next 16 over 6.0 IP with five K's. Lost his fifth straight game of the season in a 4-0 shutout loss at MIL on 5/2. Pitched his first quality start of the season lasting 6.0 innings and surrendering four runs, three earned, while fanning a season high eight. Matched career highs with seven runs and nine hits allowed in an 8-7 loss at Detroit on 5/19. Dropped a 5-4 decision vs. WSH on 5/25 & was sent to Memphis two days later where he made three-straight quality starts for the Triple-A Redbirds. Won for the first time since Game 1 of 2006 World Series on 6/12 with a 2-1 victory vs. Nashville while at Triple-A Memphis, allowing just one run (solo HR) in 8.0 IP. Rain drowned out hopes of a win on 6/27 at NY when the game was called after 5.0 innings with the Mets up 2-0. Anthony allowed a two-run homer in the 1st to David Wright, but did not allow a hit the next 4.1 innings before the game was called. Used just 67 pitches to get through 6.0 IP and snapped his 12-game losing streak dating to 9/3/06 vs. PIT with a 5-2 win over MIL in 2nd game of split DH on 7/28...he allowed just two hits (one a solo HR) and walked just one. Allowed just one run in 7.0 IP on 8/7 vs. SD in matchup with Jake Peavy, but suffered his 11th loss, as Cards were blanked 4-0. His lone run allowed came in the 7th. Tossed 6.0 innings and allowed two runs on seven hits while walking one and fanning five for his second win 8/12 vs. LA. Received 12 runs of support (10 when on the hill) in 12-2 win. Had first career RBI via a base hit in the 3rd inning. Gave up a grand slam in the 3rd to the Marlins' J. Willingham in a 11-3 loss 8/23. The four runs were the only ones allowed through 5.0 IP & were all unearned. Did not pitch in any of the Cardinals final 13 games. His final appearance was out of the bullpen on 9/17 vs. PHI, when he allowed five runs on three hits and three walks in 1.1 IP. 2006 Promising rookie joined the starting rotation where he made 17 Major League starts, as well as Game 1 of the World Series...Made a spot start for injured Sidney Ponson on 5/20 before joining the rotation for good on 5/30...Fanned 9 batters in two of his last five starts and totaled 28 K's in his last 20.2 IP (five starts)...Limited opponents to a .262 batting average (84-321) while walking 34 and fanning 72 in 85.1 IP...Started last game of the season on three days rest & lasted just 0.2 IP, allowing 4 runs & 2 HRs...Was solid in his 9/27 start vs. SD, his second straight no-decision and fourth overall. Allowed one run on five hits in 6.0 IP...Took ND in Cards 4-3 loss at MIL on 9/18 as he matched his season/career strikeout high with nine...Had a K in each inning worked, including three in the 4th...Was recalled from Memphis (AAA) for his start on 9/3 and fanned a career high nine in 6-3 win over the Pirates. Worked 6.1 scoreless IP, allowing just four hits and threw 99 pitches, 69 for strikes...Won consecutive games for 1st time in ML career 8/5-10...Was optioned to Triple-A on 8/18 to make room for OF Preston Wilson on the 25-man roster...Made two starts at Memphis and went 2-0, 0.00 ERA (13.0 IP) earning Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Week honors...In his last M.L. start (8/16 vs. CIN) prior to being sent to Memphis, lasted 3.1 innings and allowed five runs on four hits...All five runs scored via three home runs (2 solos, one 3-run)...Tossed 5.0 shutout innings 8/10 at CIN, allowing two hits while walking two and hitting three batters in 6-1 win...Pitched 5.0 innings and allowed three runs on three hits while walking three and fanning six for his 3rd win 8/5 vs. MIL...Held MIL hitless through first 3.1 innings...Walked a career-high 5 batters in 4-2 loss at CHI on 7/29. Failed to record a strikeout for the first time in ML start...Surrendered a career-high six runs on nine hits in 7-0 loss at COL on 7/24 as Cards were held to a season-low two hits by Rockies' Jeff Francis...Snapped his 3-game losing streak 7/16 vs. LA with his first career win at St. Louis. He'd received just four runs of support in those three losses...Posted a no decision in his 7/8 start at HOU, a 7-6 10-inning win. Gave up four runs in 5.0 IP with one run in the first and three on a C. Biggio HR in the 5th...Allowed a five runs on six hits in a 6-3 loss at ATL on 7/3. Pitched 5.0 innings and gave up all five of his runs in a rain interrupted third inning (55 min. delay) and surrendered three home runs in that inning...Was charged with his second loss of the season 6/27 vs. CLE. Gave up a two-run home run to the second batter of the game (R. Belliard) but did not get any run support, leaving the game trailing 2-1 (3-1 loss)...Worked the Cardinals first complete game of the season 6/22 at CWS, posting the 23rd one-hitter in franchise history...however, the lone White Sox hit (one-out Jim Thome solo HR in 7th) led to a 1-0 defeat...according to the Elias Sports Bureau, that loss - while holding the opposition to just one hit - was the first by a Cardinals team since July 30, 1914 when they lost 2-1 to the Boston Braves on a one-hit CG performance by Cardinals pitcher Dan Griner...Started in place of injured Chris Carpenter on 5/30 vs. HOU and allowed three runs on just five hits in 6.1 IP, taking ND in the Cards' 6-3 loss. He fanned seven batters in that win, recording at least one strikeout in every inning...He also collected his first ML hit with a single in the 3rd inning off A. Pettitte...Filled in for the injured Sidney Ponson on 5/20 at Kansas City and earned the win, tossing 5.2 scoreless innings and allowing four hits in the Cards' 4-2 win...Started the season at Memphis and was the Redbirds Opening Day starter 4/6 at Oklahoma. Six of his 11 starts resulted in no decisions, with four of them one-run losses by the Redbirds...Drew starting assignment in Game 1 of World Series at Detroit, and made history by owning the fewest career wins (6) of any pitcher to start the opening game of the Series...was outstanding in his World Series debut, allowing a run on two hits and a walk in the first, then retired 17-straight Tigers before allowing another hit, a single in the 7th...allowed a lead-off homer in the 9th to Craig Monroe before leaving the game after 8.0+ IP (4H, 2R, BB, 4K) and just 90 pitches thrown as he posted a 7-2 win...had no-decision in NLCS Game 4 start vs. the Mets, a 12-5 loss...worked 4.0 innings and allowed two runs on three hits...both runs came as solo HRs in the 3rd inning...was not on the active roster for the DS vs. San Diego. 2005 Made his Major League debut for the Cardinals in a start on 8/9 and made three additional appearances in relief after a September call-up...became the first player to reach the Majors from the Cardinals 2003 draft class...was 7-6 in 24 starts at Memphis and threw one complete game and one shutout...his 3.57 ERA was 2nd in the Pacific Coast League and he finished 3rd in the PCL with 136 strikeouts...struck out 12 batters in his 13.1 IP over four appearances for the Cardinals...made a spot start in his debut on 8/9 at MIL, designed to give Cardinals starters an extra day of rest, and worked 6.1 IP and surrendered a two-run HR to B. Hall in the 2nd for his only runs allowed for his first M.L. win...was recalled prior to game on 9/6 from Triple-A Memphis...suffered first ML loss on 9/18 at CHI, allowing one run (Murton-HR) in 2.0 IP...he fanned four & walked two...provided 4.0 IP of relief 9/24 at MIL, the longest relief outing of the season for the Cardinals...pitched a perfect fourth inning 10/2 vs. CIN...ranked 1st in the PCL by averaging 10 baserunners per nine innings...his 9.5 strikeouts per nine innings ranked 2nd best in the league and a .222 batting average against ranked 3rd best...totaled five starts at Memphis, all 5.0-or-more innings, in which he did not allow a run...did not issue a walk in six of 23 opposing right-handed batters to a .174 batting average (46-for-265) while at Memphis...was named Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Month for May, when he went 3-1 with a 2.06 ERA (39.1 IP / 9 ER) in six starts...fanned 32 batters and walked nine over this stretch...hurled a one-hit shutout at Portland on 5/19, fanning six without allowing a walk while facing one batter over the minimum...fanned 10 of the 28 batters he faced in 6.0 innings of a no-decision vs. Fresno on 7/30...set a Memphis club record with 15 strikeouts as he dealt 7.0 innings of shutout ball on 8/14 vs. NSH...this was his first start following major league debut on 8/9. 2004 Had a successful first year with the Cardinals, going 9-2 with a 3.49 ERA in 19 starts between Single-A Palm Beach and Double-A Tennessee...was named the organization's Minor League Pitcher of the Year...his 140 total strikeouts were 2nd-most in the team's minor league system and his nine wins ranked T- 6th...was named the Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Month for August, after posting a 3-1 record and 2.03 ERA while walking six and fanning 45 in five starts...went 3-0 in seven starts for Palm Beach before earning a promotion to Double-A. Struck out a season-high 10 batters in his last start at Palm Beach on 6/27...was placed on Palm Beach's 7-day DL on 4/14 with right shoulder tendinitis...made his first start at Tennessee on 7/2 throwing 7.0 innings and giving up just two earned runs, while striking out eight and walking one, but did not get a decision in an 8-2 loss at Birmingham...threw 8.0 innings (season high) his next start vs. Greenville on 7/8 for the win (7H, 5R, 4ER, 6K).