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Chris Schroder MLB Career Stats

2-5 4.46 78.2 85 1.28

Chris Schroder Bio

  • Full Name: Christopher Keith Schroder
  • Born: 8/20/1978 in Okarche, OK
  • Draft: 2001, Montreal Expos, 19th rd. (562nd overall)
  • College: Oklahoma City
  • Debut: August 8, 2006
  • Ret., Final Game: 5/21/2008
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MLB Career Stats 2 5 4.46 62 0 0 78.2 85 1.28


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Team Date Transaction
May 10, 2010 New Orleans Zephyrs released RHP Chris Schroder.
December 23, 2009 Florida Marlins signed free agent RHP Chris Schroder to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
December 23, 2009 New Orleans Zephyrs signed free agent RHP Chris Schroder.
October 5, 2009 RHP Chris Schroder elected free agency.
August 19, 2009 Oakland Athletics sent Chris Schroder outright to Sacramento River Cats.
August 14, 2009 Sacramento River Cats activated RHP Chris Schroder from the 7-day disabled list.
August 4, 2009 Sacramento River Cats placed RHP Chris Schroder on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to August 2, 2009. Strained right shoulder.
June 2, 2009 Sacramento River Cats activated RHP Chris Schroder from the 7-day disabled list.
May 26, 2009 Sacramento River Cats placed RHP Chris Schroder on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to May 24, 2009. Right groin strain
May 22, 2009 Oakland Athletics optioned RHP Chris Schroder to Sacramento River Cats.
May 19, 2009 Oakland Athletics selected the contract of Chris Schroder from Sacramento River Cats.
April 10, 2009 Oakland Athletics sent Chris Schroder outright to Sacramento River Cats.
April 10, 2009 Chris Schroder assigned to Sacramento River Cats from Oakland Athletics.
April 8, 2009 Sacramento River Cats placed Chris Schroder on waivers.
April 8, 2009 Oakland Athletics placed Chris Schroder on waivers.

Christopher Keith Schroder Bio Info

Christopher Keith Schroder...married the former Tammy Weir on November 16, 2006...graduated from Okarche High School (OK) before attending Seminole State College (OK) from 1998-99...transfered to Oklahoma City University, where he earned NAIA First-Team All-American honors in both 2000 and '01...also earned NAIA All-American Scholar Athlete accolades in the same years...set the OCU school career record with a 2.16 ERA. 2009 Spent the entirety of his ninth professional season at triple-A Sacramento in the Oakland Athletics' organization. Owned a 3-1 record and three saves with a 2.22 ERA in 45 games, including one start, with the River Cats...Opened the season with 7.0 scoreless innings over his first five games. Surrendered first runs of the season on April 24 at Portland; two runs in 0.2 inning...Earned the first of his three saves on April 21 at Portland. Also had saves on April 28 vs. Las Vegas and May 13 vs. Albuquerque...Notched first win on May 1 at Colorado Springs, tossing 2.0 scoreless innings with two strikeouts. Tallied victories on May 11 at Las Vegas and July 11 at Fresno...Suffered only loss of the season on May 8 at Las Vegas, as he gave up three runs on three hits with two walks over 0.2 inning...Made only start of the season on September 3 at Reno. Tossed 3.0 scoreless innings while only allowing two hits...Over the first three months of the season, posted a 2-1 mark with three saves and a 2.61 ERA (31.0 IP/9 ER). Went 1-0 with a 1.75 ERA (25.2 IP/5 ER)...Held left-handed batters to a .176 average (13x74), while right-handed hitters were only slightly better at .183 (23x126). 2008 Was on Washington's Opening Day roster but appeared in just four games for the Nationals over three stints...had no decisions, a 5.40 ERA and a .300 opponents batting 5.0 innings, he allowed two home runs and walked six while striking out three...lefties and righties were both 3 for 10 (.300)...first batters faced were 2 for 4 (.500) with a home run and he allowed 1 of 3 (33.3%) inherited runners to score...appeared in two games during his first stint (2.2 ip, 2 h, 1 r, 1 er, 1 bb, 1 so, 1 hr) before he was optioned to Columbus on April 16...was recalled on May 12 and pitched that day at New York (1.1 ip, 1 h, 1 bb) before being sent back to Columbus on May 14...returned on May 20 and faced Philadelphia on May 21, tossing 48 pitches and walking four in 1.0 inning of work (3 h, 2 r, 2 er, 2 so)...was optioned to Columbus a third and final time on May 23 2007 Began season in the minor leagues, joined the Nationals on June 19 and opened some eyes, going 2-3 with a hold and a 3.18 ERA in 37 appearances...fanned a Nationals bullpen-best 8.5 batters per 9.0 innings (Chad Cordero was 2nd at 7.4)...also led the Nationals bullpen and ranked among the NL's top 20 (17th among relievers appearing in more than 35 games) in batting average against (.208, 36-for-173)...with a .183 (20-for-109) batting average against, was particularly effective opposing right-handed batters...posted a 1.30 ERA (4 ER/27.2 IP) in initial 19 appearances, June 20-August 12...struggled a bit thereafter, posting a 6.11 ERA (12 ER/17.2 IP) in 18 games...earned first big league win the night Barry Bonds broke Hank Aaron's all-time home run record, August 7 at SFG...retired 31 of 37 first batters faced (84%)...successfully stranded 18 of 21 inherited baserunners (86%)...posted a stellar batting average against of .175 (7-for-40) with runners in scoring position...posted a 0.60 ERA (1 ER/15.0 IP) in 10 July appearances... followed that with a .169 (11-for-65) batting average against in 13 appearances in August.

Game-By-Game Highlights: Struck out one in 1.0 scoreless inning during 2007 big league debut, June 20 vs. DET... allowed only one hit in 3.0 scoreless innings, July 2 vs. CHI...escaped inherited bags-loaded, none-out jam in 5th inning on August 25 at same August 25 appearance, fanned bullpen season-high 5 in 3.0 perfect innings... with tying runs on first and second base, fanned only batter faced (Marlon Anderson) to record first career hold in a 9-8 win, September 18 vs. NYM. 2006 Dominated right-handed batters at both the big league and minor-league levels...combining major and minor league numbers, posted a .177 (33-for-186) batting average against when facing opposing right-handed batters in 2006...made big league debut, appearing in 21 games after having his contract purchased from New Orleans, August 8...fanned 39 batters in 28.1 innings (12.4 punchouts per 9.0 innings) with the Nationals...retired 17 consecutive righthanded batters, September 12-30...struck out all 6 batters faced on September 17 vs. the only reliever in franchise annals to do this...the 6 straight strikeouts by a reliever were one shy of the NL record held by ARI's Randy Johnson, who fanned 7 straight on July 19, 2001 at SDP...the 6 K's were also one shy of the franchise record for a pitcher...Expos starters Steve Reko (Oct. 3, 1972 [G2] vs. NYM) and Pedro Martinez (August 20, 1997 vs. STL) each fanned 7 straight...tossed 7.0 straight scoreless innings in 4-plus appearances September 12-27...18 of the 24 outs (75 percent) recorded in a 6-game span from Sept. 10-27 were K's...retired 15 of his 21 first batters faced (71.4%).
Game-By-Game Highlights: Made his big league debut August 8 vs. FLA, retiring the side in order in the 7th...picked up his first big league hold September 27 vs. PHI despite allowing 2 runs in 1.1 innings.
In minor leagues: Started the year at Double-A Harrisburg, and posted a 4.76 ERA (6 ER/11.1 IP) in 8 games...on May 4, was promoted to Triple-A New Orleans...struck out 60 and gave up just 25 hits in 47.1 PCL innings (11.4 K's and just 4.8 hits per 9.0 innings)...posted a .152 batting average against with the Zephyrs, including a .125 mark (12-for-96) by opposing right-handed batters...opponents hit just .114 (5-for-44) with RISP.
2005 Combined for a 4-3 record and a 5.50 ERA at 4 levels of the Washington organization, including one rehab appearance with the Gulf Coast League Nationals...spent the first month of the year with Double-A Harrisburg, where he posted a 2.63 ERA and a .191 batting average against in 8 appearances...was transferred to New Orleans, May 4, and notched 4 saves and 28 strikeouts in 20.0 innings spanning 16 games before going on the DL on June 15 with a strained right elbow...following season, played for the Peoria Saguaros of the Arizona Fall League (2-1, 4.05 ERA in 12 appearances). 2004 Received his first taste of Triple-A level with Edmonton of the Pacific Coast League, going 2-1 with a 4.39 ERA in 17 games (one start) in a pair of stints...started the year at Double-A Harrisburg and posted 3 saves and a 2.61 ERA in 9 games before a May 11 promotion...returned to Harrisburg on May 20...after giving up a run in 2.0 innings in his first game back May 22 at Portland, went on to throw 13.0 straight shutout innings in his next 10 games through June 13, racking up 5 saves and 18 strikeouts in the process...made lone pro start in the 2nd game of an August 26 doubleheader vs. Salt Lake City, allowing one run in 3.0 innings...fanned 7 and did not figure in the decision. 2003 In first season at Double-A, went 9-2 with 4 saves and a 2.84 ERA in 49 appearances with Harrisburg of the Eastern League...worked more than 1.0 inning in 32 of 49 games...went on the DL, May 13 (strained right groin)...was reinstated, May 22...posted a 1.61 ERA in 10 June appearances...picked up the win in 3 straight appearances from July 2-9. 2002 Split year with Clinton of the Single-A Midwest League and Brevard County of the Single-A Florida State League, going a combined 3-5 with 16 saves and a 1.57 ERA in 45 games...began with Clinton...struck out 42 in 27.1 innings and registered a .156 batting average against...began year with 13.0 straight scoreless innings through May 5...earned a June 17 promotion to Brevard County...batting average against when facing FSL right-handed batters was .103 (7-for-68). 2001 Was assigned to Vermont of the short-season New York-Penn League...tossed 11.0 consecutive scoreless innings in 10 games to begin pro career...embraced a July 17 promotion to Single-A Jupiter of the Florida State League...threw 8.1 straight shutout innings (6 games) to begin FSL tenure...struck out 20 in 15.2 FSL innings (11.5 per 9.0 innings).