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|Year||Team||LG||NP||Pitch Type||Avg Pitch Speed (mph)||Avg Perceived Speed (mph)||Avg Spin Rate (rpm)||Avg Extension (feet)||Avg Exit Velocity (mph)|
|MLB Avg||-||-||-||Four-seam FB||92.88||92.52||2212.00||6.16||89.92|
The Astros have landed veteran left-handed pitcher Oliver Perez in a trade with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Two lengthy disabled-list stints for Astros pitchers Samuel Deduno and Brad Peacock will likely be season-ending, manager A.J. Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow said Tuesday.
|August 7, 2015||Houston Astros transferred RHP Samuel Deduno from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list. Lower back strain|
|May 29, 2015||Houston Astros sent RHP Samuel Deduno on a rehab assignment to Fresno Grizzlies.|
|May 18, 2015||Houston Astros placed RHP Samuel Deduno on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 14, 2015. Lower back strain|
|September 2, 2014||Houston Astros activated RHP Samuel Deduno.|
|August 30, 2014||Houston Astros claimed RHP Samuel Deduno off waivers from Minnesota Twins.|
|November 1, 2013||Minnesota Twins activated RHP Samuel Deduno from the 60-day disabled list.|
|September 9, 2013||Minnesota Twins transferred RHP Samuel Deduno from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list. Right shoulder injury.|
|August 30, 2013||Minnesota Twins placed RHP Samuel Deduno on the 15-day disabled list. Right shoulder soreness.|
|May 24, 2013||Minnesota Twins selected the contract of RHP Samuel Deduno from Rochester Red Wings.|
|May 18, 2013||Samuel Deduno roster status changed by Rochester Red Wings.|
|April 2, 2013||Rochester Red Wings placed RHP Samuel Deduno on the 7-day disabled list.|
|November 20, 2012||Minnesota Twins signed free agent RHP Samuel Deduno to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.|
|November 2, 2012||Minnesota Twins sent Samuel Deduno outright to Rochester Red Wings.|
|July 6, 2012||Minnesota Twins selected the contract of Samuel Deduno from Rochester Red Wings.|
|June 9, 2012||Samuel Deduno roster status changed by Rochester Red Wings.|
|May 1, 2012||Rochester Red Wings placed RHP Samuel Deduno on the 7-day disabled list.|
|April 4, 2012||RHP Samuel Deduno assigned to Rochester Red Wings.|
|November 18, 2011||Minnesota Twins signed free agent RHP Samuel Deduno to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.|
|November 2, 2011||RHP Samuel Deduno elected free agency.|
|July 8, 2011||Tucson Padres activated RHP Samuel Deduno from the 7-day disabled list.|
|June 20, 2011||Tucson Padres placed RHP Samuel Deduno on the 7-day disabled list. Left quadriceps strain.|
|May 26, 2011||San Diego Padres sent Samuel Deduno outright to Tucson Padres.|
|May 23, 2011||Tucson Padres designated Samuel Deduno for assignment.|
|May 23, 2011||San Diego Padres designated Samuel Deduno for assignment.|
|April 10, 2011||San Diego Padres optioned RHP Samuel Deduno to Tucson Padres.|
|March 29, 2011||San Diego Padres recalled Samuel Deduno from Tucson Padres.|
|March 29, 2011||Samuel Deduno roster status changed by San Diego Padres.|
|March 20, 2011||San Diego Padres optioned Samuel Deduno to Tucson Padres.|
|January 28, 2011||San Diego Padres claimed Samuel Deduno off waivers from Colorado Rockies.|
|January 24, 2011||Colorado Rockies designated Samuel Deduno for assignment.|
|August 27, 2010||Colorado Rockies recalled RHP Samuel Deduno from Colorado Springs Sky Sox.|
|August 16, 2010||Samuel Deduno assigned to Colorado Springs Sky Sox from Tri-City Dust Devils.|
|July 23, 2010||Samuel Deduno assigned to Tri-City Dust Devils from Colorado Springs Sky Sox.|
|April 29, 2010||Samuel Deduno roster status changed by Colorado Springs Sky Sox.|
|March 23, 2010||Colorado Rockies optioned RHP Samuel Deduno to Colorado Rockies.|
|October 19, 2009||Samuel Deduno roster status changed by Colorado Rockies.|
|September 7, 2009||Samuel Deduno assigned to Colorado Springs Sky Sox from Tulsa Drillers.|
|June 29, 2009||Samuel Deduno roster status changed by Tulsa Drillers.|
|June 10, 2009||Tulsa Drillers placed RHP Samuel Deduno on the 7-day disabled list. Hip flexor.|
Samuel Deduno...makes his off-season home in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic.
Attended Liceo Gaston College before signing with the Rockies as a 19-year-old non-drafted free agent on March 5, 2003.
Pitched for Team Dominican Republic in the 2013 World Baseball Classic...started the Championship Game on March 19 vs. Puerto Rico and earned the win after tossing 5.0 shutout innings...went 2-0 with a 0.69 ERA (1ER/13IP) and 17 strikeouts in the WBC.
Is the youngest of six children...he has four sisters and one brother.
Was originally added to a 40-man roster when the Rockies added him on Nov. 20, 2008...is signed to a one-year contract that runs through the 2015 season.2014
Made 35 combined appearances between the Astros (5g) and Twins (30g)...was added by the Astros on a waiver claim at the end of August and made four relief appearances and one start for the club in September...among AL pitchers with at least 100 innings, ranked fifth in groundball to flyball ratio (2.42)...led the Majors with five relief appearances that lasted at least 4.0 innings...along with RHP Todd Redmond, ranked tied for first among MLB relievers with nine outings of 3.0+ innings...all of those outings came with Minnesota...had much more success out of the bullpen, as he posted a 3.41 ERA (22ER/58IP) with 56 strikeouts and 26 walks in his 26 total relief appearances with Houston and Minnesota...went 2-4 with a 5.91 ERA (28ER/42.2IP) in his nine starting assignments between the two clubs...posted a 3.12 ERA (3ER/8.2IP) with nine strikeouts in his five appearances with Houston (1 start)...allowed just five hits and five walks...his first four outings with the Astros were in relief (5.79 ERA, 3ER/4.2IP)...began the season with Minnesota, where he made the Opening Day roster in the bullpen...moved into the starting rotation for eight starts between May 6-June 14 when RHP Mike Pelfrey went on the Disabled List...returned to the bullpen before getting claimed by the Astros off waivers on Aug. 30...started the season with a 2.89 ERA (6ER/18.2IP) and 18 strikeouts in seven games during his first stint in the Twins bullpen...the last five of those seven outings were multi-inning appearances (two 4.0-inning outings)...had a streak of 13.2 scoreless innings from April 7-May 1 that was the third-longest scoreless streak in the Majors at the time...made eight starts with the Twins from May 6-June 14, going 2-4 with a 6.52 ERA (28ER/38.2IP)...had the longest relief outing of his career on July 4 vs. NYY...went 4.2 shutout innings, allowing three hits and no walks with four strikeouts in the Twins 6-5 loss to the Yankees...his one start with the Astros was the club's second-to-last game of the year on Sept. 27 at NYM...threw 4.0 shutout innings, allowing two hits and one walk with four strikeouts in the Astros 2-1 loss.2013
Was an invite to Twins spring training but missed the first few weeks pitching for Team Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic, going 2-0, 0.69 ERA (13.0 IP, 1 ER) with five walks and 17 strikeouts in three starts; started the Championship game March 19 vs. Puerto Rico, earning the win, tossing 5.0 shutout innings with two hits allowed, three walks and five strikeouts... Started the season with Triple-A Rochester and made just three starts, going 0-0, 2.70 ERA (16.2 IP, 5 ER)with 17 strikeouts... Had contract selected by Minnesota May 24... Went 3-0, 1.80 ERA (25.0 IP, 5 ER) in a four-start span May 29-June 15 for Minnesota...went 3-0, 1.67 (27.0 IP, 5 ER) in four starts July 13-August 2... Lasted just 3.0 innings August 29 vs. Kansas City after experiencing right shoulder soreness... Placed on 15-day disabled list August 30 with right shoulder soreness...transferred to the 60-day disabled list September 9... Held left-handed batters to a .204 batting average (47-for-230) while right-handers hit .331 (58-for-175)... Had arthroscopic surgery on right shoulder September 18.2012 Was an invite to Twins spring training and was reassigned to minor league camp March 22...reported to Triple-A Rochester. ... Exited a start after facing one batter April 27 at Buffalo; placed on the 7-day disabled list with right shoulder tendinitis April 29-June 8. ... Went 1-2, 2.14 (42.0 IP, 10 ER) with 22 walks and 46 strikeouts in nine starts for Red Wings before having contract selected by Twins July 6. ... Made first major league start and Twins debut July 7 at Texas, but did not factor into the decision, allowing three runs on six hits in 5.1 innings with three walks and three strikeouts. ... Earned first major league victory July 22 at Kansas City, allowing one run on six hits in 6.1 innings with three walks and four strikeouts. ... Went 4-0, 3.38 (40.0 IP, 15 ER) in first seven starts July 7-August 13...held opponents to .225 batting average (32-for-142) with 28 strikeouts and 30 walks. ... Earned the victory August 29 vs. Seattle, tossing 7.0 shutout innings with just two hits allowed, no walks and career-high nine strikeouts. ... Left start September 26 vs. New York-AL after 1.2 innings with left eye inflammation. ... Tied for second on the Twins staff in wins (6). 2011 Claimed off waivers by San Diego, January 28...was an invite to Padres Spring Training and made the Padres Opening Day roster for the first time in his career...Appeared in two games for the Padres before being optioned to Triple-A Tucson, April 10...Padres reinstated pitcher Mat Latos...Posted a 2.13 ERA (12.2 ip, 3 er) in nine April games and a 3.00 ERA (15.0 ip, 5 er) in 11 May games...Started the season in Tucson's bullpen, going 3-2, 3.89 (41.2 ip, 18 er) in 28 relief appearances...moved to the starting rotation in the middle of June, going 1-4, 3.96 (63.2 ip, 28 er) in 12 starts...Placed on the 7-day disabled list with a left quadriceps strain, June 19...reinstated, July 8...Held left-handed batters to a .216 batting average (37-for-171) and right-handers to a .279 batting average (64-for-229)...Pitched in two games for Aguilas Cibaenas in the Dominican Winter League...Granted free agency, November 2. 2010 Made his Major League debut after spending the majority of the season in the minor leagues... made a combined 10 starts between Single-A Tri-City and Triple-A Colorado Springs...Recalled by the Rockies on 8/23 and made his Big League debut 8/27 vs. LAD...allowed one hit in his 0.1 inning of work...Finished three of the four games he pitched in, allowing just one run...Combined to go 3-3 with a 3.83 ERA (20 ER/47.0 IP) in his 10 minor league starts...recorded 49 strikeouts compared to his 23 walks. 2009 Came back from injury to claim Texas League Pitcher-of-the-Year honors...made all but one start for Tulsa in the Texas League and pitched his way to the pitching Triple Crown...tied for the league lead with 12 wins, and led the league with a 2.57 ERA (133.0 ip, 38 er) and 123 strikeouts...owned a 5.40 ERA after four starts in April, but then went 11-3 with a 2.12 ERA (114.2 ip, 27 er) with 108 strikeouts in his final 20 starts for the Drillers from May through September...went 4-0 with a 1.20 ERA and 26 strikeouts during the month of July...named the Texas League Pitcher-of-the-Week for the week of 7/13-19, during which he tossed a 7.0 inning complete game shutout on 7/18 at Arkansas...was a member of both the Texas League mid-season and post-season All-Star teams...though he struck out 8.3 batters/9.0 ip, he also owned a 2.10 ground ball/fly ball ratio...Texas League opponents hit just .202 (94-for-465) against him on the season... allowed just 8 earned runs all season in 39.1 ip from the 5th-through-7th innings for the Drillers...made his Triple-A debut on 9/7 at Tacoma, taking the loss after allowing 4 earned runs in 5.2 innings with 8 K's...following the season was named the 12th best prospect in the Rockies system by Baseball America. 2008 Missed the entire 2008 season due to a right arm injury. 2007 Began the season at Modesto before being transferred to Tulsa on May 4, which is where he finished the season...made 2 starts for Modesto going 1-1 with a 6.55 ERA (11.0 ip, 8 er)...went 5-8 with 5.44 ERA in 21 starts for Tulsa...despite not pitching for the Drillers until May he led the Texas League with 121 strikeouts...won 4 consecutive starts from May 31-June 16, including pitching a 7.0 inning complete game on June 16 vs. Arkansas...during 4-game winning streak posted a 2.86 ERA (9 er/28.1 ip) with 31 K's...allowed 16 earned runs over his last 4 starts for a 7.58 ERA (19.0 ip, 16er)...struggled in the first inning as his opening-frame ERA was 14.16...was named by Baseball America as having the best curveball in Colorado's farm system. 2006 Spent the entire season with Single-A Modesto, making 26 starts and his only career minor league relief appearance...Recorded the second-most strikeouts (167) and the most walks (92) in the California League...Tossed 6.0 or more innings in 15 of his 26 starts, allowing three or fewer runs in 19 starts...Struck out seven or more batters in 16 of his starts, including a season-high 12 on 5/31. 2005 Led Single-A Asheville with 110 strikeouts and ranked tied for the team lead with eight wins...Named organizational Player of the Month after going 4-0 with a 1.17 ERA (3 ER/23.0 IP) in four April starts...Placed on the disabled list 5/13 after suffering a right shoulder strain...missed over a month of action. 2004 Named Pioneer League Pitcher of the Year and a Rookie-level All-Star by Baseball America...Led the league in innings pitched (76.1), strikeouts (118), opponent batting average (.216), strikeouts per 9.0 IP (13.91) and fewest base runners per 9.0 innings (12.26) while tying for the lead with 15 starts. 2003 Made his professional debut pitching for the Rockies DSL club...went 3-4 with a 2.47 ERA (19 ER/69.1 IP) in 12 starts.