|MLB Career Stats||14||14||3.62||286||0||1||283.1||189||1.34|
|2007||80||7th in NL|
|2008||73||20th in NL|
|2006||16||17th in NL|
|March 11, 2011||Washington Nationals released RHP Cla Meredith.|
|February 2, 2011||Washington Nationals signed free agent RHP Cla Meredith to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.|
|October 5, 2010||RHP Cla Meredith elected free agency.|
|September 25, 2010||Norfolk Tides activated RHP Cla Meredith from the 7-day disabled list.|
|August 25, 2010||Norfolk Tides placed RHP Cla Meredith on the 7-day disabled list.|
|June 22, 2010||Baltimore Orioles designated Cla Meredith for assignment.|
|June 1, 2010||Norfolk Tides activated RHP Cla Meredith.|
|May 29, 2010||Baltimore Orioles optioned RHP Cla Meredith to Norfolk Tides.|
|July 21, 2009||Cla Meredith roster status changed by Baltimore Orioles.|
|July 19, 2009||San Diego Padres traded Cla Meredith to Baltimore Orioles.|
DAYTIME DOMINANCE: Posted a 1.16 ERA (3 ER/23.1 IP) in 24 day games, the best mark on the club among hurlers with more than 10 daytime outings...held opponents to a .235 average during the day, striking out 17 while walking seven.
STARTING LINE: Tossed 15.0 consecutive scoreless frames over 13 games to start the season, 4/3-5/2, going 1-0 with four holds...the streak was snapped in his second inning of work on 5/2 vs. WSH...held opponents to a .157 average (8-for-51) with nine strikeouts compared to three walks over the 15.0-inning span... did not allow a run while giving up just eight hits over 14.0 innings (12 games) in April.2006 Acquired by the Padres from the Boston Red Sox on May 1 with catcher Josh Bard in exchange for catcher Doug Mirabelli... Tossed 50.2 innings, allowing just six runs in 45 games (1.07 ERA)...ERA was lowest among qualifying NL relievers (at least 50.0 IP)...Held opposing batters to a league relief-best .170 average (30-176)...Earned his first ML win, May 13 @CHC, tossing 1.0 scoreless inning...Optioned to Triple-A Portland, May 17 and recalled on July 2, staying with the Padres for the remainder of the season...Did not surrender a run in 28 straight appearances, July 18-September 12, setting a new franchise record (starter or reliever) with 33.2 consecutive scoreless innings, eclipsing Randy Jones' previous record (30.0 in 1980)...The streak was also the longest by any pitcher in 2006 and the longest since Pedro Martinez threw 35.0 straight scoreless frames for Boston, July 25-August 16, 2002...The 33.2 consecutive scoreless innings also tied Orel Hershiser's mark (June 29-July 24, 1984) for the second-longest streak by a rookie since 1970, trailing Fernando Valenzuela's 35.0 straight, April 14-May 3, 1981...Also marked the longest scoreless stretch by a rookie reliever in the live-ball era (since 1920)...Worked in two games in the NLDS vs. STL, , allowing two unearned runs in 3.2 IP...Tallied three strikeouts with no walks while surrendering three hits. 2005 Made his major league debut with the Red Sox after tossing 15.0 scoreless innings in 12 appearances at Double-A Portland and 1.0 shutout inning in a one-game stop at Triple-A Pawtucket...Promoted to Pawtucket on May 5, and pitched 1.0 shutout inning the next night vs. Rochester...Had his contract purchased by Boston on May 8 and made his ML debut in Game 2 of a doubleheader vs. SEA that day...Entered with two outs and a runner on second, then issued two walks before giving up a Richie Sexson grand slam that wrapped around Pesky's Pole, 1st HR allowed in his pro career...Was the second product of the 2004 draft to reach the majors, trailing right-hander Huston Street (OAK)...Appeared in three games overall for Boston, allowing seven runs on six hits in 2.1 innings...Was optioned back to Pawtucket on May 17...Struck out 42 and walked just 12 in 48.1 innings, an average of 7.8 strikeouts and 2.2 walks per 9.0 innings...Began the season with Double-A Portland where he notched nine saves and held opponents to just five hits in his 15.0 innings of work...The opposition was 0-for-8 against him with RISP...Earned Red Sox Minor League Pitcher of the Month honors for April after recording seven saves and tossing 12.1 shutout innings. 2004 Combined for 18 saves with a 1.14 ERA in 29 games with Single-A Augusta and Single-A Sarasota after being drafted by the Red Sox in the 6th round...Struck out 34 and walked only six in 31.2 innings, an average of 9.7 strikeouts and 1.7 walks per 9.0 innings...With Augusta, tossed 15.1 scoreless innings over 13 outings, notching six saves and limiting opponents to a .148 (8-54) average...Tossed 1.1 shutout innings vs. Greensboro in his June 24 professional debut...Promoted to Sarasota on July 27...Ranked 6th in the FSL with 12 saves...Picked up saves in each of his last 10 games, tossing 10.1 consecutive scoreless innings...Won the FSL Rolaids Relief Man award for August, posting 11 saves and a 1.35 ERA (13.1IP, 2ER).