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Scott Lewis MLB Career Stats

4-0 3.49 28.1 18 1.20

Scott Lewis Bio

  • Full Name: Scott Edwin Lewis
  • Born: 9/26/1983 in West Covina, CA
  • Draft: 2004, Cleveland Indians, 3rd rd. (77th overall)
  • College: Ohio State
  • Debut: September 10, 2008
  • Ret., Final Game: 4/10/2009
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MLB Career Stats 4 0 3.49 5 5 0 28.1 18 1.20


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Scott Lewis Awards Most Spectacular Pitcher

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2006 Kinston CAR Class A Adv. Starting Pitcher of the Year

Year Team League
2006 Kinston CAR

Baseball America High Class A All-Star

Year Team League
2006 Kinston CAR

EAS Pitcher of the Week

Week Team League
08/11/2008 Akron EAS

CAR Pitcher of the Week

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05/28/2006 Kinston CAR

CAR Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2006 Kinston CAR

Scott Lewis Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
May 13, 2010 Columbus Clippers released LHP Scott Lewis.
April 28, 2010 Columbus Clippers placed LHP Scott Lewis on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to April 26, 2010.
October 30, 2009 Cleveland Indians sent LHP Scott Lewis outright to Columbus Clippers.
October 19, 2009 Scott Lewis roster status changed by Cleveland Indians.
August 24, 2009 Scott Lewis roster status changed by Columbus Clippers.
August 17, 2009 Cleveland Indians optioned LHP Scott Lewis to Columbus Clippers.
August 15, 2009 sent LHP Scott Lewis on a rehab assignment to Kinston Indians.
August 5, 2009 sent LHP Scott Lewis on a rehab assignment to AZL Indians.
June 16, 2009 Lake County Captains sent LHP Scott Lewis on a rehab assignment to Akron Aeros.
June 11, 2009 Scott Lewis assigned to Lake County Captains.
May 17, 2009 Scott Lewis roster status changed by Cleveland Indians.
April 11, 2009 Cleveland Indians placed LHP Scott Lewis on the 15-day disabled list. Left elbow strain
April 10, 2009 Scott Lewis roster status changed by Cleveland Indians.

Scott Edwin Lewis Bio Info

Full name SCOTT ED WIN LE WIS...Single...Resides in Washington Court House, Ohio...Attended Washington High School and was drafted by the Anaheim Angels in the 33rd round of the 2001 Draft...Was an All-Ohio selection and Buckeye Athletic Conference Player of the Year as a senior...Father, Dan, played minor league baseball in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. 2008 Made quite an impression over the last month of the season after coming up to the big leagues for the first time to assume the spot in the rotation of the injured Anthony Reyes...Recalled from AAA Buffalo on Sept. 7 and earned his first Major League win in MLB debut on September 10 at Baltimore, a 7-1 Indians win... He was outstanding as he tossed 8.0 shutout innings holding the Orioles to just three hits while striking out three... 8.0IP, 3H, 3K, 96P...Since 1956 only 4 other Indians pitchers (see box) have tossed more innings in their debut than Lewis... The 8.0 shutout innings by Lewis is the 2nd longest start since 1956 in club history w/o allowing a run... Only Luis Tiant's CG shutout in 1965 tops Lewis, as since '56 Tiant is the only Tribe pitcher to hurl a CG SHO in his debut...Won his 2nd start w/6.0 more shutout IP on Sept. 15 vs. Minnesota (6.0IP, 3H, 0R, 2BB, 5K)... According to ELIAS, the last Indians pitcher to not allow a run in his first 14.0IP as a starter was Dennis Eckersley, who had a 14-IP streak in May 1975...Streak was extended to 15.0 scoreless to start his career in picking up his 3rd win in as many starts (5.0IP, 8H, 3R) on Sept. 21 vs. Detroit...The 15.0 scoreless IP to start a career (T2nd longest by an Indian in 2008) by an Indians pitcher since at least 1969 (Elias SB)...Won his 4th start at Chicago on Sept 26 (5.0IP, 6H,4ER, 3HR) to move to 4-0...No Indians pitcher has started his career by winning 4 straight starts since at least 1969 (Elias SB)...Named AL Rookie of the Month for September as he was T1st among AL pitchers in wins (4) and 11th in ERA (min 20.0IP, 2.63ERA)... Lefties had a .391 OPS off him and were 3 for 23 (.130) overall (1HR)...Batters at the big league level hit .222 (20-90, 4HR) off him, 5 for 36 (.139) with runners on and 3 for 24 (.125) with RISP (0-9 w/RISP-2outs)... Pitched for Aguilas (5GS, 22.0IP) in the Dominican Winter League after the season...Optioned to AA Akron on March 10th... Suffered a strained left lat muscle while in minor league camp and stayed in extended spring training to rehab the injury that delayed his season until June...Activated at AA Akron on June 6 and went 6-2 with a 2.33 ERA (73.1IP, 62H, 22R/19ER, 9BB, 61K) in 13 starts for the Aeros... Over his final 7 starts at Akron was 3-0 with a 0.41ERA (44.1IP, 25H, 4R/2ER, 5BB, 41K) as he didn't allow an earned run in 5 of the final 7 starts... Did not allow an earned run in his final 19.1IP at Akron... Limited hitters to a .224 average (62-277) including a mark of .197 (13-66) against left-handed hitters...Was promoted to AAA Buffalo on August 14th... Went 2-2 with a 2.63 ERA (24.0IP, 19H, 8R/7ER, 4BB, 21K) in 4 starts with AAA Buffalo ... Allowed just 2 runs/earned in 14.0 innings (1.29ERA) over his final 2 starts at AAA but his record was just 1-1... Did not walk a batter while striking out 14... AAA hitters were 19 for 86 (.221) against him with right-handed hitters going just 9 for 56 (.161)... Combined at AA Akron and AAA Buffalo during the 2008 season was 8-4 with a 2.53 ERA (103.0IP, 88H, 33R/29ER, 14BB, 85K) in 18 starts... Was transferred back to AA Akron following the conclusion of the Bisons season so he could continue to pitch... Started Game 1 of the Eastern League playoffs on September 3 at Bowie and did not receive a decision in Akron's 6-5 victory (5.2IP, 7H, 3R/ER, BB, 3K). 2006 The Ohio State University product had an outstanding season, recording the lowest earned run average among qualifying pitchers in ALL of Minor League Baseball...For having the lowest ERA he was honored with the inaugural VYTORIN Most Spectacular Pitcher Award, which goes to the qualifying pitcher with the lowest regular season ERA in all of the domestic minor leagues...His 1.48 ERA led the Carolina League and was almost a full run better than Lofgren's 2.32, which was 2nd...Was on a 65-70 pitch count for the entire season after making just 6 starts (15.2IP) at A Mahoning Valley in 2005...Longest outing was 5.2IP (4 times) in the regular season and went 6.0 innings in his lone playoff start (3H, 0R, BB, 6K)...Did not allow an earned run in 17 of his 27 starts and limited Carolina League batters to a .203 (84-414) average against with 3HR allowed in 115.2 innings...Averaged 9.6 SO per 9.0IP and 2.2 walks per 9.0IP...Despite only 115.2 innings he finished 3rd in the Carolina League in strikeouts (123)...Was named to the CL mid-season all-star game and was named by league managers as having the best control according to Baseball America...Season high for runs allowed was 4 as he did not allow an earned run over his first 17.2IP...Struck out 9 in 4.2IP on May 15 vs. Potomac...LHH hit .178 (16-90) w/0HR & RHH hit .210 (68-324, 3HR)...Batters hit .149 (11-74) with RISP, .118 (4-34) with RISP-2outs, .130 (19-146) with runners on and .065 (4-62) with runners on-2outs...Loaded the bases 3 times in 115.2IP...Named #7 prospect in organization by Baseball America with best curveball as well according to BA. 2005 Limited to 7 games/6 starts (15.2IP) at short-season A Mahoning Valley due to biceps tendonitis in his left pitching shoulder that surfaced in spring training.