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Tom Mastny MLB Career Stats

9-5 6.13 94.0 85 1.69

Tom Mastny Bio

  • Full Name: Thomas Raymond Mastny
  • Born: 2/4/1981 in East Bontang, Indonesia
  • Draft: 2003, Toronto Blue Jays, 11th rd. (320th overall)
  • College: Furman
  • Debut: July 30, 2006
  • Ret., Final Game: 9/25/2008
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MLB Career Stats 9 5 6.13 80 1 5 94.0 85 1.69


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CAR Pitcher of the Week

Week Team League
07/24/2005 Kinston CAR

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Season SV Rank
2006 5 23rd in AL

Tom Mastny Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
November 6, 2010 RHP Tom Mastny elected free agency.
June 10, 2010 New Orleans Zephyrs signed free agent RHP Tom Mastny.
March 1, 2010 Cleveland Indians signed free agent RHP Tom Mastny.

Thomas Raymond Mastny Bio Info

Full Name: Thomas Raymond Mastny...Jr....Married, wife's name is Joanna...Resides in Ft. Worth, TX...Graduated from Zionsville (IN) Community High School in 1999 where played baseball all 4 years...Was 5' 8 as a freshman in HS...Pitched 4 years at Furman and graduated in 2003 w/a degree in business administration...Was an All-American in Division I and led the nation in ERA (1.09) during his senior season at Furman...Was Furman's Male Athlete of the Year and the Southern Conference Pitcher of the Year and was also Furman's first-ever 1st team All-American...Hobbies include golf and crossword puzzles...First Indonesian born player to appear in the big leagues...One of six players from Furman to play in the big leagues and the first since Rick Wilkins. 2007 Mastny spent his first full season in the big leagues, recording a mark of 7-2 w/a 4.68 ERA in 51 outings (57.2IP, 63H, 30 ER)...33 of his 51 outings were scoreless...Recorded his first Major League win on April 22 at Tampa Bay (0.2 IP, 1H, 0R, 1K) and went on to post 7 wins, tied for 2nd among AL relievers...Had first batter average of .238 (10-42)...Appeared in 34 games in the first half and 17 games in the 2nd half, including just 4 in August and 8 in September...ERA from June 23 thru the end of the season was 4.03 (29.0IP, 33H, 13 ER)...Did not pitch from Aug. 12-24...Average 5.0 walks per 9.0IP...Batters hit .188 (2-64) with RISP off him and .156 (5-32) with RISP-2 outs. 2006 Mastny enjoyed a fine season between AA Akron, AAA Buffalo and the big leagues, pitching at times in the closer's role over the final six weeks of the season... He started the year at Akron where he went 0-1 w/a save and a 1.09 ERA in 12 relief outings (24.2IP, 15H, 3ER, 30K) before being promoted to Buffalo on May 16... Did not allow an earned run over his last 18.1IP covering 8 games as batters hit .169 (15-89, 0HR) off him at Double A...At Buffalo he compiled a mark of 2-1 w/a 2.61 ERA in 24 relief appearances (38.0IP, 25H, 11R/ER, 16BB, 46K) and limited AAA hitters to a .184 (25-136) average against w/0 HR allowed, including a mark of .153 (13-85) vs. right-handed hitters... Did not allow a run over his last 6 games at Buffalo (7.0IP, 3H, 0R)...Promoted to Cleveland on July 24 and made his Major League debut on July 30 vs. Seattle (0.1IP, 0H, 0R)...Made only 3 appearances between July 24-August 18 before being called on to pitch 2.0 innings on August 19 at Tampa Bay to earn his first Major League save...Recorded saves in 5 straight chances from Aug. 19 to Sept. 2 as his 5 saves were the most by an Indians rookie since Paul Shuey (5) in 1994...Blew consecutive save chances on Sept. 8 @CWS (Pierzynski 2-run HR) and Sept. 15 vs. MIN to end up 5 for 7 on the year for the Indians...Homer on Sept. 8 was the only HR he allowed all year at any level...Did not allow a run over 6 straight games from August 19-Sept 1 (7.0IP) before going 0-1 w/a 16.20 ERA over his last 6 games from 9/2-on (5.0IP, 12H, 9ER, .462 avg), allowing runs in 5 of his last 6 appearances that took his ERA from 0.79 on Sept. 1 to 5.51 at season's end...Major League hitters hit .279 (17-61), including a .273 (6-22) mark vs. LHH...Indians were 10-5 when he appeared and none of his 6 inherited runners scored...Batters hit .258 (8-31) off him w/runners on, .278 (5-18) with RISP and .200 (2-10) with RISP-2 outs. 2005 Combined ERA between A Kinston and AA Akron was 2nd (2.32) in the Indians Player Development System...Spent most of the season at Kinston and was with AA Akron on 5/22 and 8/21-9/5...Combined on the year minor league hitters hit .235 (96-409) with 4HR allowed, including 0HR allowed in 20.2IP at AA Akron...Struck out 9 in 5.2IP on 8/26 in a 5.2IP start at Altoona...Relief ERA on the season was 2.09 (43.0IP, 40H, 10ER). 2004 Spent the entire season at Charleston (WV) of the South Atlantic League...Led the SAL in ERA (2.17) and finished T4th in the league in strikeouts (141)...Won 4 straight decisions from 6/17-7/20 while posting an ERA of 0.42 (43.0IP, 28H, 4R/2ER, 37K). 2003 Drafted in the 11th round of the 2003 amateur draft by the Toronto Blue Jays out of Furman University...Assigned to Auburn where he led the NYPL in wins (8) and was 2nd in ERA (2.26).