Ryan Keefer

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  • Full Name: Ryan David Keefer
  • Born: 8/10/1981 in Bloomsburg, PA
  • Draft: 2000, Baltimore Orioles, 13th rd. (384th overall)
  • High School: Southern Columbia Area, Catawissa, PA
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June 24, 2008 Bowie Baysox released RHP Ryan Keefer.

Ryan David Keefer Bio Info

Single...Graduated from Southern Columbia Area (PA) HS, where he played baseball and basketball... Played Little League and American Legion ball growing up...Named winner of the Elrod Hendricks Minor League Community Service Award in 2004...Made numerous appearances at schools and community events in the Frederick area and was also awarded the Steve Bechler Spirit Award for his enthusiasm and desire to help in the community...Was signed by scout Jim Howard. 2006 Spent most of the season on the disabled list after suffering a right elbow sprain in spring training...Was placed on AAA Ottawa's DL on April 6...Did a month-long rehab stint with Short-A Aberdeen from July 19 through August 18...Pitched 2.0 innings in 6 of his 10 relief outings for the IronBirds, allowing runs in 3 outings...Was activated by Ottawa and transferred to AA Bowie on August 19 and made 5 relief appearances for the Baysox over the final 17 days of the minor league season...Worked more than 1.0 inning in each outing, including 2.0 innings in 3 games...Allowed 3 runs in his first 2 appearances, then was not scored upon in his last 3 games spanning 5.0 IP...Made 12 appearances for the Grand Canyon Rafters in the AFL following the season before re-injuring the elbow...Went 0-1 with a 5.54 ERA (13.0IP, 8ER), allowing only one run in his last 5 outings (5.0IP). 2005 Spent the season at Bowie and was 2nd among Orioles farmhands in relief innings pitched (80.1)...Opposing batters hit .211 off him...Held right-handed hitters to a .183 mark (31-169) while lefties batted .246 (33-134)...After allowing one run in his first 2 outings (4.2IP), he gave up a season-high 6 runs (5ER) in 1.1 IP on 4/13 at Akron...Over his next 40 outings, from 4/17 through 8/10, he pitched to a 2.40 ERA (63.2IP, 17ER), going 6-2 with one save...Never allowed more than 2 runs in a game during that stretch...Streak ended when he allowed 4 runs in 1.0 inning on 8/12 at Erie...Gave up one run over his last 9 outings (11.1IP), allowing 3 hits and 2 runs with 18 strikeouts...Made one start, 7/2 at New Britain, allowing one run in a season-high 4.0 IP...Had a season-best string of 8 straight scoreless relief outings following that start, 7/5-7/24, spanning 12.0 innings...Had 3 relief outings of 3.0 innings...Pitched at least 2.0 innings in 21 relief appearances. 2004 Spent the year at Class A Frederick and tied with teammate Nick McCurdy for the Carolina League lead with 63 appearances...Posted a 5.84 ERA through his first 9 appearances and allowed 6 runs in his last 7 games...Had a 2.13 ERA (67.2IP, 16ER) in 47 outings in between...Earned two wins and a save in 3 consecutive appearances, 7/7-15, pitching 4.1 innings without allowing an earned run...Struck out a season-high 5 batters in 2.0 perfect innings on 5/31 vs. Salem. 2003 Spent the year at Class A Delmarva and was among the South Atlantic League leaders in runs allowed (2nd, 88), hits allowed (4th, 162), losses (T2nd, 12) and earned runs (T5th, 72)...Pitched 6.0 scoreless innings to pick up the win against Kannapolis in his first start of the year on 4/10...Pitched a season-high 8.0 innings and allowed 2 earned runs in a win over Hickory on 7/31...Posted a 2.89 ERA in July...Pitched a total of 13.0 scoreless innings in consecutive starts, 8/18-24. 2002 Split the season between Class A affiliates Delmarva and Aberdeen...Began the season with the Shorebirds and picked up 5 saves in his first 6 appearances...Was transferred to Aberdeen for the start of the NY-Penn League season in mid-June...Started the inaugural game for the IronBirds, a team owned by former Oriole Cal Ripken...Ironically, Keefer was born on the same day Ripken made his major league debut, 8/10/81...Started all 13 games with the IronBirds and had a pair of 3-game losing streaks...Struck out a season-high 10 batters in 7.0 innings at New Jersey...Was transferred back to Delmarva for the conclusion of their season and made two appearances...Pitched 8.0 shutout innings on 8/27 at Kannapolis to earn the win in his final start of the season. 2001 Spent the season at Rookie League Bluefield and was 2nd among all short-season relievers with 15 saves...His 47 relief points earned him the Rolaids Relief Man Award in the Appalachian League and a spot on the league's season-ending All-Star Team...Went 20 straight games without allowing a run, 7/6- 8/19, striking out 32 batters in 20.0 innings...Fanned 13.5 batters per 9.0 IP, the 4th-best total in short season ball...Held opponents to a .179 average...Notched a save in each of Bluefield's playoff victories, including a strikeout with the bases loaded to clinch the title. 2000 Spent his first pro season at Gulf Coast...Had a 2.61 ERA (10.1IP, 3ER) in 7 games in July...Struck out 7 batters without allowing an earned run in 3.2 innings on 8/18.