Dellin Betances

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  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 8"/265
  • Age: 28


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Dellin Betances Stats

3-6 3.08 73.0 126 1.12

Dellin Betances MLB Career Stats

14-10 2.16 254.2 404 1.00

Dellin Betances Bio

  • Full Name: Dellin Betances
  • Pronunciation: DELL-in ba-TAN-sis
  • Born: 3/23/1988 in New York, NY
  • Draft: 2006, New York Yankees, 8th rd. (254th overall)
  • High School: Grand Street Campus, Brooklyn, NY
  • Debut: 9/22/2011
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2016 Stats 3 6 3.08 73 0 12 73.0 126 1.12
MLB Career Stats 14 10 2.16 225 1 22 254.2 404 1.00
  • Status: Active

Dellin Betances Knuckle Curve Statcast Averages

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)
2016 Yankees AL 702 Knuckle Curve 84.74 83.82 2360.00 5.80 82.78
MLB Avg - - - Knuckle Curve 80.73 79.76 2359.00 5.76 88.21
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)
2016 Yankees AL 702 Knuckle Curve 84.74 83.82 2360.00 5.80 82.78
MLB Avg - - - Knuckle Curve 80.73 79.76 2359.00 5.76 88.21


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October 5, 2016 at 5:45 AM ET

Betances totals 126 whiffs in 2016

Yankees right-hander Dellin Betances finished the 2016 regular season with a 3-6 record, a 3.08 ERA, a 1.12 WHIP, 126 strikeouts and 12 saves across 73 innings.

August 1, 2016 at 11:48 PM ET

Betances earns first save as new closer

Yankees reliever Dellin Betances earned a save with one hit allowed and one strikeout in one scoreless inning on Monday against the Mets.


Dellin Betances Awards

AL All-Star

Year Team League
2014 NY Yankees AL
2015 NY Yankees AL
2016 NY Yankees AL Organization All-Star

Year Team League
2010 NY Yankees AL
2013 NY Yankees AL

EAS Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Trenton EAS

FSL Pitcher of the Week

Week Team League
06/28/2010 Tampa FSL

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Season SV Rank
2015 9 21st in AL
2016 12 17th in AL


Season G Rank
2014 70 17th in AL
2015 74 2nd in AL
2016 73 2nd in AL


Season HLD Rank
2014 22 8th in AL
2015 28 3rd in AL
2016 28 1st in AL

Dellin Betances Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
September 1, 2013 New York Yankees recalled RHP Dellin Betances from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.
August 11, 2013 New York Yankees recalled Dellin Betances from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.
May 24, 2013 New York Yankees optioned Dellin Betances to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.
May 16, 2013 New York Yankees recalled Dellin Betances from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.
March 11, 2013 New York Yankees optioned Dellin Betances to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.
October 19, 2012 Dellin Betances roster status changed by New York Yankees.
September 19, 2012 New York Yankees placed RHP Dellin Betances on the 60-day disabled list. Right shoulder inflammation.
August 23, 2012 Dellin Betances roster status changed by Trenton Thunder.
June 27, 2012 RHP Dellin Betances assigned to Trenton Thunder from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
March 24, 2012 New York Yankees optioned Dellin Betances to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
October 7, 2011 Dellin Betances roster status changed by New York Yankees.
September 30, 2011 New York Yankees reassigned RHP Dellin Betances to the minor leagues.
September 9, 2011 New York Yankees recalled RHP Dellin Betances from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
August 16, 2011 Dellin Betances assigned to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees from Trenton Thunder.
April 29, 2011 Dellin Betances roster status changed by Trenton Thunder.
April 11, 2011 Trenton Thunder placed RHP Dellin Betances on the 7-day disabled list.
March 18, 2011 New York Yankees optioned RHP Dellin Betances to Trenton Thunder.
November 19, 2010 New York Yankees selected the contract of Dellin Betances from Trenton Thunder.
August 23, 2010 Dellin Betances assigned to Trenton Thunder from Tampa Yankees.
June 10, 2010 Dellin Betances roster status changed by Tampa Yankees.
April 7, 2010 Tampa Yankees placed RHP Dellin Betances on the 7-day disabled list.
September 21, 2009 Tampa Yankees activated RHP Dellin Betances from the 7-day disabled list.
June 25, 2009 Tampa Yankees placed RHP Dellin Betances on the 7-day disabled list.
June 14, 2009 Tampa Yankees activated RHP Dellin Betances from the 7-day disabled list.
May 24, 2009 Tampa Yankees placed RHP Dellin Betances on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to May 22, 2009.

Dellin Betances Bio Info

Married Janisa in November 2014…has two older brothers and a younger sister…his father, Jaime, has been a livery cab driver in New York City for over 20 years...Played Little League growing up, where he played shortstop, outfield and pitched...As a senior at Grand Street Campus High School in Brooklyn, set a school record with 20K in a single game…became the first player from New York City to be honored as an Aflac All-American in 2005…during the 2005 regular season, posted a 6-0 record with a 0.22 ERA, allowing just 1ER while recording 100K in 41.2IP…also played basketball for part of his high school career...Was offered a full scholarship to Vanderbilt University before being drafted by the Yankees...Played with Clayton Kershaw and Tyson Ross on Team USA's 2005 Junior Olympic team.


Went 6-4 with nine saves and a 1.50 ERA (84.0IP, 14ER) in a career-high 74 relief appearances with the Yankees…opponents batted .157 (45-for-287, 6HR); LH .135 (18-for-133, 2HR), RH .175 (27-for-154, 4HR)…retired 53-of-74 (71.6%) first batters faced…allowed just 11-of-41 (26.8%) inherited runners to score...Led all Major League relievers in strikeouts (131) for the second consecutive season (135K in 2014)…ranked third among MLB relievers-and second in the AL behind teammate Andrew Miller-with 14.04 K/9.0IP (131K, 84.0IP)…of his 252 outs, 131 came via the strikeout (51.2%)…ranked second among all Major League relievers with a 1.50 ERA (Kansas City's Wade Davis - 0.94)... According to Elias, with Andrew Miller (100K), became the first duo to finish with a league's top-two reliever strikeout totals since the 2009 A's (Michael Wuertz-102K/Andrew Bailey-91K)…with Andrew Miller (100K), became the sixth bullpen duo all time (and first pair of Yankees) with 100K each and first since the 2004 Angels (Francisco Rodriguez-123K/Scot Shields-109K)...Had 131K in 2015 after recording 135K in 2014…is one of just four pitchers all time to record at least 125K in relief in multiple seasons (also 3x by Dick Radatz: 1962-64 and 2x by Rob Dibble: 1989-90 and Goose Gossage: 1975, '77)…is the first reliever in franchise history with consecutive 100K seasons and joins Goose Gossage (three times, 1978, '80 and '82) as the only Yankees with multiple 100K seasons out of the bullpen (credit: Elias)…Elias also notes he joins Dick Radatz (first four seasons, 1962-65), Steve Bedrosian (1982-83) and Craig Kimbrel (2011-12) as the only Major Leaguers with at least 100K as a reliever in both their rookie and sophomore seasons...Recorded multiple strikeouts in at least seven consecutive appearances three times in 2015 (eight straight from 4/19-5/2, seven straight from 5/26-6/7 and eight straight from 7/1-17)…all other Major League relievers combined for just four such streaks...Held opponents to a Major League-low .115 (10-for-87) average with runners in scoring position…is tied for the fifth-lowest single-season mark-and is the lowest singleseason AL mark-since 1974 (min. 75AB)...Tossed more than 1.0 inning in 26 of his 74 appearances, holding opponents scoreless in 21 of those 26 outings...Did not allow an earned run in his first 33 road outings in 2015 from 4/13-9/22 (37.1IP, 20H, 1R/0ER, 20BB, 59K)…matched the longest season-opening streak of road appearances without an earned run by any Major League pitcher since ERs were counted (also the Indians' Steve Olin, 0ER allowed over his first 33 road appearances in 1992)...Did not allow an earned run in his first 26 games of the season from 4/8-6/2 (29.1IP), the longest such streak for a Yankees pitcher to begin a season (surpassing Lee Guetterman's 19G in 1989) and the third-longest in Major League history (since the inception of ER, 1912 in NL, 1913 in AL)…the 26 straight games without an earned run was the second-longest streak within a single season in Yankees history-Mariano Rivera, 28 games in 1999…Betances' 29.1IP streak also marked the most consecutive IP in games without an ER by a Yankee in a single season since Mariano Rivera's final 30.2IP of 1999...Recorded 51K over 27 appearances from 9/23/14-6/2/15, marking the most strikeouts by a Yankee over a stretch without allowing any earned runs since it became an official stat in 1913, according to Elias…his 49K through 6/2 were the most strikeouts by a Yankee in games prior to allowing his first earned run of the season (since ER became an official statistic in 1913)…were the most by any pitcher since Aroldis Chapman (52K) in 2012...Was named to his second career All-Star team (also 2014)…according to Elias, is one of six Yankees selected as All-Stars in both their rookie and sophomore seasons, joining Joe DiMaggio, Ryne Duren, Hideki Matsui, Willie Randolph and Tom Tresh…made his first career All-Star appearance in the AL win in Cincinnati on 7/14, tossing a scoreless seventh inning, including a strikeout of Giants' 2B Joe Panik (1.0IP, 1BB, 1K)...Did not allow a home run over a career-best 54-game stretch from 8/16/14-7/3/15...Struck out at least one batter in 19 straight appearances from 4/10-5/19…struck out at least two batters without allowing a hit in six consecutive appearances from 4/19-29 (7.0IP, 1BB, 13K)…struck out at least two batters in eight straight games from 4/19-5/2 (9.1IP, 19K)...Earned his first save of the season-and the second of his career (also 7/7/14 at Cleveland)-in 5/2 win at Boston, striking out all four batters faced... according to Elias, joined Mariano Rivera (6/24/09 at Atlanta, 1.1IP, 4BF, 4K) and Hall-of-Famer Goose Gossage (5/14/82 at Oakland, 1.2IP, 5BF, 5K) as the only Yankees relievers to earn a save of four-or-more outs by facing at least four batters and striking every batter out...Became the first player in Major League history to toss no more than 1.1 inning, while striking out at least three batters in each of four consecutive outings when he did so from 5/26-6/1/15...Allowed an infield single to Kendrys Morales in 5/27 win vs. Kansas City, snapping a career-best 29AB hitless stretch dating to his final batter faced on 5/4 (previous best was 0-for-26 from 4/17-5/1/15)…allowed just 3BB/1IBB over the hitless span...Allowed his first earned run of the season in 6/5 win vs. Los Angeles-AL (1.0IP, 1H, 1ER, 2BB, 2K)...Recorded his first career loss on 6/23 vs. Philadelphia, allowing 4ER in 1.0IP (2H, 2K, 2HP)…tied his career high in earned runs allowed (also 8/13/13 vs. Los Angeles-AL, 4ER in 0.2IP)...Allowed a two-run game-tying HR to Steven Souza, Jr. in the ninth inning of 7/4 win vs. Tampa Bay (1.1IP, 2H, 2ER, 2K, 1HR)…marked his first HR allowed since 8/13/14 at Baltimore (Jonathan Schoop), snapping a career-best 54-game homerless streak (59.2IP)…in his next outing, allowed a game-winning solo HR to Brett Lawrie to lead off the 10th on 7/7 vs. Oakland, giving up a run in consecutive games for the first time since 7/27/14 vs. Toronto (1R/0ER) and 7/29/14 at Texas (1R/1ER)…allowed a HR in back-to-back appearances for the first time in his career...Did not allow a run over an 18-appearance stretch from 7/8-8/19 (20.1IP, 30K)...Made second appearance in as many days on 8/23 vs. Cleveland, allowing a solo HR to Lindor in the eighth to record his third loss (1.0IP, 1H, 1ER, 1BB, 2K)…was the first home run he allowed to a left-handed batter in his career (had faced his first 302 left-handed batters in his career prior to the homer)...In 9/7 win vs. Boston, faced six batters in a scoreless eighth inning (3BB, 3K)…is the only Yankees pitcher in the Expansion Era (since 1969) to issue 3BB and record 3K in a scoreless inning...Allowed 2H and 1ER in 1.0IP to suffer the loss in Game 2 on 10/3 at Baltimore…snapped a streak of 38 consecutive road games (8/28/14-9/22/15) without allowing an earned run and a stretch of 33 such games to start the season...Made his postseason debut in the Yankees' AL Wild Card Game loss vs. Houston on 10/6, allowing 1ER in 1.2IP in relief (1H, 1BB, 4K).

Went 5-0 with one save and a 1.40 ERA (90.0IP, 14ER) in 70 relief appearances with the Yankees… opponents batted .149 (46-for-308, 4HR); LH .163 (26-for-160, 0HR), RH .135 (20-for-148, 4HR)… retired 58-of-69 (84.1%) first batters faced…allowed just 11-of-44 (25.0%) inherited runners to score... Of his 270 outs, 135 came via strikeout (50.0%)... His 135 K were most in a season for any Major League reliever since the Cubs' Carlos Marmol in 2010 (138K in 77.2IP), according to Elias, the only rookie relievers in Major League history with as many strikeouts in one seasonare Toronto's Mark Eichhorn in 1986 (166K in 157.0IP) and Boston's Dick Radatz in 1962 (144K in 124.2IP)... His 13.50K/9.0IP (90.0IP, 135K) and 4.60H/9.0IP (46H) were the best such marks in the Majors in 2014 for anypitcher with at least 75.0IP…his 4.60H/9.0IP ratio was the best such ratio in the history of the AL and thethird-best such single-season ratio in Major League history (Eric Gagne, 4.04 ratio, 37H, 82.1IP in 2003 withLos Angeles-NL; and Carlos Marmol, 4.12 ratio, 40H, 87.1IP in 2008 with Chicago-NL)-min. 75.0IP... Led all AL relievers in innings pitched…marked the highest IP total by a Yankee in relief since Scott Proctor in 2006 (102.1IP)... Had 51K through the Yankees' first 50 games (4/1-5/26), becoming the first rookie relief pitcher in Baseball historyto strike out at least 50 batters through his team's first 50 games of a season…joined Ron Davis as the only Yankees relievers to reach at least 50K in the team's first 50 games of a season (57 in 1981)... Reached the 50K mark in 28.2IP, the fewest innings needed to tally 50K in a season by a Yankees pitcher in franchise history, surpassing Ron Davis (31.1IP in 1981) and DavidRobertson (31.1IP in 2011)-credit:
Elias... Struck out at least two batters in each of nine straight appearances from 4/17-5/10, striking out 24 batters in13.2IP over the stretch…matched the longest streakof Mariano Rivera's career (two separate streaks ofnine straight games with at least 2K in each)-credit: Baseball Reference... Earned his first Major League win on 4/26 vs. Los Angeles-AL, tossing 2.0 scoreless innings (1H, 1BB, 3K, 1BK)... Did not allow a walk over a 10-game stretch from 5/10-6/1, during which he struck out 26 batters in 15.1IP... Struck out a career-high six batters-consecutively-in 2.1IP on 5/15 at the Mets, earning the win... Earned his first Major League save in 7/7 win at Cleveland, tossing 2.0 scoreless innings... Was named to his first career All-Star Game as voted on by his peers, but did not pitch in the 5-3 AL win at Target Field... Allowed a solo HR to Frazier in the eighth inning of 7/20 win vs. Cincinnati, snapping a personal 0-for-24 stretch against right-handed batters (credit: Elias)... Struck out his 100th batter on 8/5 vs. Detroit in his 50th game of the season…according to Elias, the only other Yankees pitchers to reach the 100K plateau through their first 50 relief appearances of a season are Mariano Riverain 1996 and Joe Page in 1947... Struck out his 131st batter of the season (Kiermaier) in 9/17 winat Tampa Bay, surpassing Mariano Rivera (130K in 107.2IP in1996) for the highest single-season strikeout total by a relieverin Yankees history... Following the season, was the runner-up for the inaugural" Mariano Rivera American League Reliever of the Year Award,"which was presented to Kansas City's Greg Holland…awardvoting is conducted by a panel of nine former relief pitchers, including Mariano Rivera…was also named to the Baseball America All-Rookie Team.

Did not record a decision, posting a 10.80 ERA (5.0IP, 6ER) in six relief appearances over three stints with the Yankees (5/16-24, 8/11-15 and 9/1-29)… opponents batted .375 (9-for-24, 1HR); LH .571 (4-for-7), RH .294 (5-for-17, 1HR) … retired four-of-six first batters faced … did not allow either of his two inherited runners to score.

Was recalled from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on 5/16, but did not appear in a game before being 
optioned on 5/24.

Made his season debut in 8/13 win vs. Los Angeles-AL, allowing 5H and 4ER in 0.2IP (1BB, 2K, 1HR).

Tossed 2.1 perfect innings in 9/29 win at Houston, recording a career-high 4K in his longest career relief 

Spent the majority of the season with Scranton/WB, going 6-4 with five saves and a 2.68 ERA (84.0IP, 25ER) in 38 appearances (six starts) … ranked second among RailRiders pitchers with 108K. 

Began the year in the starting rotation, going 2-2 with a 6.00 ERA (24.0IP, 16ER) in six starts before being moved to the bullpen on 5/10… in 32 relief outings, went 4-2 with a 1.35 ERA (60.0IP, 9ER).

Allowed just 1ER in his final 22 outings (6/19-8/30), tossing 41.1 innings of relief over 
the stretch (20H, 18BB, 61K).

2012 Combined to go 6-9 with a 6.44 ERA (131.1 IP, 94 ER) in 27 games (26 starts) for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and Double-A Trenton...opponents combined to bat .281 (144-for-513, 13 HR); LH .320 (80-for-250, 8 HRs), RH .243 (64-for-263, 5 HRs)...ranked second among Yankees farmhands with 124 strikeouts...combined to walk 99 batters...Began the season with Scranton/WB, going 3-5 with a 6.39 ERA (74.2 IP, 53 ER) in 16 starts...was transferred to Trenton on 6/27 and went 3-4 with a 6.51 ERA (56.2 IP, 41 ER) in 11 games (10 starts) for the Thunder...Was placed on the disabled list on 8/23 with right shoulder inflammation...was reinstated from the Minor League DL, recalled from Trenton and placed on the 60-day disabled list on 9/19...Following the season, pitched for Scottsdale in the Arizona Fall League, going 1-3 with a 5.25 ERA (12.0 IP, 7 ER) with 15 Ks in eight relief appearances. 2011 Appeared in two games (one start), recording a 6.75 ERA (2.2IP, 2ER) with no decisions as a September callup with the Yankees. ... Was recalled from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on 9/9, appearing on the active Major League roster for the fi rst time. ... Made his Major League debut in 9/22 loss vs. Tampa Bay, allowing 2ER on 4BB and 1HP in 0.2IP ... became the second Yankee in 2011 to allow at least 4BB without completing 1.0IP in his Major League debut (also Kevin Whelan) ... prior to 2011, the last Yankee to do so was Karl Drews in 1946 ... with Andrew Brackman, became the first pair of Yankees pitchers to make their Major League debuts in the same game since Alex Graman and Scott Proctor on 4/20/04 at Chicago-AL¡Xcredit: Elias Sports Bureau. ... Made the start in the season finale at Tampa Bay, tossing 2.0 scoreless innings (1H, 2BB, 2K) without drawing a decision in the 12th-inning "walk-off" loss. ... Combined at Scranton/WB and Double-A Trenton to go 4-9 with a 3.70 ERA (126.1IP, 52ER) in 25 starts, striking out 142 batters ... opponents combined to hit .217 (102-for- 469, 9HR); LH .233 (50-for-215, 3HR), RH .205 (52-for-254, 6HR). ... Began the season with Trenton, going 4-6 with a 3.42 ERA (105.1IP, 40ER) in 21 starts ... struck out a season-high 10 batters on 5/25 at Reading ... was named to the Eastern League midseason All-Star team. ... Was promoted to Scranton/WB on 8/16, going 0-3 with a 5.14 ERA (21.0IP, 12ER) in four starts ... was credited with his first career complete game on 8/29 vs. Pawtucket, allowing 2H and 2ER in 7.0IP and recording the loss in the second game of a doubleheader. ... Following the season, was named the organization¡¦s third-best prospect (top righthanded pitcher) by Baseball America ... was also tabbed by the publication as possessing the "Best Fastball" and "Best Curveball" in the system. 2010 Combined to go 8-1 with a 2.11 ERA (85.1IP, 20ER) in 17 starts with Single-A Tampa and Double-A Trenton...Began the season on the disabled list recovering from "Tommy John" surgery performed on 8/27/09...Made his season debut on 6/10 with 14 starts with the Yankees, went 8-1 with a 1.77 ERA (71.0IP, 14ER)...held opponents to 2ER or less in each of his 14 starts and did not allow a run in six of his starts..opponents batted .169 (43-for-254, 1HR); LH .217 (25-for-115, 0HR), RH .129 (18-for-139, 1HR)...Was named the FSL "Pitcher of the Week" for the period from 6/21-28, going 1-0 and tossing 11.0 scoreless innings during the span (3H, 2BB, 1HBP, 14K)...Was promoted to Trenton on 8/23, posting a 3.77 ERA (14.1IP, 6ER) in three starts without recording a decision...Made two postseason starts for Trenton, going 1-1 with a 3.27 ERA (11.0IP, 4ER) and 15K...Following the season, was tabbed by Baseball America as the third-best prospect (top pitcher) and as having the "Best Fastball" in the Yankees organization...Was added to the Yankees' 40-man roster on 11/19/10. 2009 Went 2-5 with a 5.48 ERA (44.1IP, 27ER) in 11 starts with Single-A Tampa, recording 44K...Was placed on the disabled list on 6/25 with elbow inflammation...underwent "Tommy John" surgery on 8/27 and missed the remainder of the season. 2008 Combined to go 9-5 with a 3.92 ERA (121.2IP, 53ER) in 25 appearances (24 starts) with Single-A Charleston and the GCL Yankees...ranked second among Yankees minor league pitchers with 141K. Spent a majority of the season with Charleston, going 9-4 with a 3.67 ERA (115.1IP, 47ER) in 22 starts...led the RiverDogs' staff in wins (90) and strikeouts (135)...tied for fifth in the South Atlantic League, averaging 10.5K/9.0IP...held opponents to a .208 (87-for-419) batting average, eighth-best among all minor league starters...Was placed on the disabled list on 5/27 with right shoulder inflammation...began a rehab assignment with the GCL Yankees on 6/20, going 0-1 with an 8.53 ERA in three appearances (two starts)...was returned from rehab and reinstated from the disabled list on 7/4...Struck out a career-high 12 batters in 8/16 win at Lakeland...Following the season, was ranked by Baseball America as the fifth-best prospect in the Yankees organization. 2007 Was 1-2 with a 3.60 ERA (25.0IP, 10 ER) in six starts with short-season Single-A Staten Island, striking out 29 batters...Was placed on the disabled list on 7/21 with right elbow inflammation, missing the remainder of the season. 2006 Made his professional debut with the GCL Yankees, going 0-1 with a 1.16 ERA (23.1IP, 3ER) in seven starts...held opponents to a .173 batting average (14-for-81)...Following the season, was ranked as the Yankees' third-best prospect, according to Baseball America.