|Last 5 years||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|MLB Career Stats||13||10||3.95||204||12||6||266.1||209||1.40|
|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)|
|2015||Red Sox||AL||552||Four-seam FB||92.92||91.91||2048.00||5.76||86.40|
|MLB Avg||-||-||-||Four-seam FB||92.90||92.54||2213.00||6.16||89.87|
Red Sox left-hander Robbie Ross allowed one hit and no walks with one strikeout in one inning to notch a save Sunday against the Rays.
The Red Sox recalled left-hander Robbie Ross Jr. to aid them in Wednesday's day-night doubleheader against Minnesota.
|2015||6||22nd in AL|
|June 15, 2015||Boston Red Sox recalled Robbie Ross Jr. from Pawtucket Red Sox.|
|June 4, 2015||Boston Red Sox optioned LHP Robbie Ross Jr. to Pawtucket Red Sox.|
|June 3, 2015||Boston Red Sox recalled Robbie Ross Jr. from Pawtucket Red Sox.|
|May 31, 2015||Boston Red Sox optioned LHP Robbie Ross Jr. to Pawtucket Red Sox.|
|May 28, 2015||Boston Red Sox recalled Robbie Ross Jr. from Pawtucket Red Sox.|
|May 23, 2015||Boston Red Sox optioned LHP Robbie Ross Jr. to Pawtucket Red Sox.|
|May 14, 2015||Boston Red Sox recalled Robbie Ross Jr. from Pawtucket Red Sox.|
|May 10, 2015||Boston Red Sox optioned LHP Robbie Ross Jr. to Pawtucket Red Sox.|
|January 27, 2015||Boston Red Sox traded RHP Anthony Ranaudo to Texas Rangers for LHP Robbie Ross Jr..|
|August 30, 2014||Texas Rangers recalled LHP Robbie Ross Jr. from Round Rock Express.|
|August 15, 2014||Texas Rangers optioned LHP Robbie Ross Jr. to Round Rock Express.|
|August 14, 2014||Texas Rangers recalled Robbie Ross Jr. from Round Rock Express.|
|June 17, 2014||Texas Rangers optioned LHP Robbie Ross Jr. to Round Rock Express.|
|September 15, 2012||Texas Rangers activated LHP Robbie Ross from the 15-day disabled list.|
|September 1, 2012||Texas Rangers placed LHP Robbie Ross on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to August 30, 2012. Left forearm soreness.|
|April 4, 2012||Texas Rangers selected the contract of Robbie Ross from Frisco RoughRiders.|
|April 4, 2012||Texas Rangers activated LHP Robbie Ross.|
|February 6, 2012||Texas Rangers invited non-roster LHP Robbie Ross to spring training.|
|August 2, 2011||Robbie Ross assigned to Frisco RoughRiders from Myrtle Beach Pelicans.|
|March 31, 2011||Robbie Ross assigned to Myrtle Beach Pelicans from Frisco RoughRiders.|
|September 8, 2010||LHP Robbie Ross assigned to Frisco RoughRiders from Bakersfield Blaze.|
|July 8, 2010||Robbie Ross assigned to Bakersfield Blaze from Hickory Crawdads.|
|April 5, 2010||Robbie Ross assigned to Hickory Crawdads from Spokane Indians.|
|June 19, 2009||Spokane Indians signed free agent Robbie Ross.|
Robert Charles Ross, Jr….he and wife, Brittany, were married on 9/17/10…his father, Chuck, was a 2nd-round selection by Milwaukee in the 1975 June draft and played 5 seasons in the Brewers farm system … attended Lexington Christian High School and went 5-2 with a 1.51 ERA, 75 strikeouts and just 6 walks during his senior season in 2008…also hit .473 with 13 doubles, 22 RBI and 24 runs as an infielder … was chosen as the 2008 Kentucky Gatorade Player of the Year … participated in both the East Coast Professional Showcase and the Perfect Game USA National Showcase…originally signed a letter of intent to attend school and play baseball at the University of Kentucky…rated by Baseball America as the 43rd-best overall prospect entering the 2008 draft, the 22nd-best overall pitching prospect.2014
Made the Rangers' Opening Day roster for the 3rd straight season and began the year working out of the rotation...Started the Rangers' 3rd game of the season, 4/2 at PHI (ND, 5.0 IP, 2 ER), a 4-3 win...Was 1-0, 1.00 ERA (2 ER, 18.0 IP) with 13 SO over his 1st three starts of the year from 4/2-15 (2-1 team record)...Did not issue a walk in 3 consecutive starts, 4/15-25 (19.0 IP)...Overall, faced 99 consecutive batters (21.1 IP) from 4/9-30 without walking a batter...Went 0-4, 6.97 ERA (24 ER/31.0 IP) over his next 6 starts, from 4/20-5/17 and was moved into the bullpen after his start on 5/17 vs. TOR...Allowed runs in 5 of his next 9 appearances in relief and was optioned to Triple-A Round Rock on 6/17...Pitched in 9 games for Round Rock, with 8 coming as a starter...Recalled by TEX to make a spot start on 8/14 vs. TB (L, 4.1 IP, 6 ER)...Optioned back to Round Rock on 8/15...In 3 appearances (1 start) after being optioned, posted a 1.42 ERA (2 ER/12.2 IP) with 2 BB and 10 SO and was recalled by TEX on 8/30...Made a spot start that night vs. HOU and did not allow a hit in 5.0 innings of work (ND, 3 BB, 5 SO)...Appeared in 7 more games to end the season, 6 in relief and 1 start.2013
Completed his 2nd campaign in the Texas bullpen, appearing in the 3rd-most games (65) of any Texas reliever… permitted just one run over his first 24 games to compile the lowest ERA (0.37) among all ML relievers through the end of May...had a 19.2-inning scoreless streak from April 13-May 30, T2nd-longest among left-handed A.L. relievers in 2013 (TB's Alex Torres, 20.0 IP)…suffered first career loss on June 1 vs. KC, allowing 3 runs in the 10th inning of a 4-1 loss … was first blemish on previously 8-0 career record, ending the 2nd-longest win streak ever by a Ranger to begin a career (9, Jeff Zimmerman in 1999)…permitted HR to Ichiro Suzuki on June 26 at NYY, first HR allowed since July 30, 2012 vs. LAA, ending streak of 54 homerless appearances, 7th-longest in club history … was tied for the 5th-most (38) appearances by an A.L. pitcher through June 30…matched career high with 4 runs allowed (also July 30, 2012 vs. LAA) and did not retire a batter on Sept. 4 at OAK ... issued walk to lone batter faced on Sept. 10 vs. PIT and was charged with earned run when that runner later scored, ending career-opening Interleague scoreless streak at 18.0 innings (16 games)…it was the 3rd-longest such streak in major league history behind Francisco Rodriguez (22.0 IP) and Craig Kimbrel (27.2 IP)…completed at least 2.0 innings 3 times, including season-high 2.1 innings on Sept. 19 at TB.2012 Tied for 3rd on the staff with 58 appearances while spending his entire rookie season with the Rangers...among A.L. relievers, tied for the 6th most wins with 6 and had the 7th lowest ERA at 2.22 (min. 50.0 IP), the latter figure being the lowest on the staff among all pitchers with at least 40.0 innings... was also the 4th lowest ERA in the A.L. among all pitchers with at least 60.0 innings...overall, had 8th most appearances among A.L. rookies...his 6 wins were the 4th most ever for a Rangers rookie reliever while his 58 games tied for 7th highest...had the 2nd most wins without a loss of any ML pitcher behind the White Sox' Nate Jones (8-0)...permitted 10 of 45 inherited runners to score (22.2%), the 10th-best percentage in the A.L...tied Jones for lead among A.L. relievers with 11 grounded into double plays. SUMMARY: Made the club after compiling a 1.50 ERA (2 ER/12.0 IP) in 9 spring training appearances...made his ML debut with a scoreless 8th inning on April 8 vs. CWS...fanned Paul Konerko in that inning for 1st big league strikeout...worked 3.2 scoreless innings in his 1st 3 outings with a 1.54 ERA (5 R/2 ER/11.2 IP) in his 1st 9 games through May 4...allowed 3 runs in 5.1 innings in his next 4 games and was at 2.65 on May 14...did not issue an earned run (2 unearned runs) in 22 games and 30.1 innings spanning 2 months from May 17-July 17 to drop season ERA from 2.65 to 0.95...did not permit a run in final 18 games and 24.0 innings of that stretch beginning May 29, matching the 4th longest A.L. scoreless streak in 2012 and the longest for a Ranger since Darren O'Day (26.1 IP), June 3-Aug. 13, 2010... posted a 4.73 ERA (7 ER/13.1 IP) in next 17 games, rising to 1.78, before going on DL on Sept. 1 (retroactive to Aug. 30) with a left forearm strain...activated on Sept. 15 and permitted 4 runs in 4.1 innings in final 6 appearances. FIRST HALF SUCCESS: Recorded his 1st 2 major league victories on consecutive days in his 2nd and 3rd big league outings, April 14-15 at MIN...became the 1st pitcher in franchise history to win both his 1st 2 ML decisions and record his 1st 2 big league victories in consecutive games...was the 7th time overall that a Rangers pitcher had recorded wins in back-toback games, the 1st since Wes Littleton, Aug. 28-29, 2007... had 4 victories in his 6 outings through April 25, becoming the 1st pitcher since at least 1918 to record 4 relief wins over his 1st 6 career appearances...was also the 1st reliever in club history with at least 4 relief wins in Texas' 1st 19 games...his 4 wins through April 25 tied for the overall ML lead...all 6 of his wins came in 1st 23 career appearances through June 10, the 1st reliever with as many as 6 victories in 1st 23 ML games since California's Mark Clear (6 in 22) and Yankees' Ron Davis (8 in 22), both in 1979...had a 0.95 ERA (5 ER/47.1 IP) at the All-Star break, the 4th-lowest ERA at the break (minimum 40.0 innings) in major league history (since All-Star Game was 1st played in 1933) behind Boston's Jonathan Papelbon (0.59 in 2006), Boston's Hideki Okajima (0.83 in 2007), and Texas' Jeff Zimmerman (0.86 in 1999). MISCELLANEOUS: Allowed runs in 11 of 58 outings and permitted 17 of 58 1st batters to reach base...did not have a save opportunity...opponents hit .232, .225 vs. LHB and .237 vs. RHB...was 1-0, 2.86 (11 ER/34.2 IP) in 33 games in Arlington and 5-0, 1.48 (5 ER/30.1 IP) in 25 contests on the road...pitched 13.1 scoreless innings in 9 interleague games...had 3 strikeouts on occasions: April 15 at MIN, Aug. 1 vs. LAA, and Aug. 18 at TOR...recorded more than 3 outs 18 times...stranded multiple inherited runners 12 times but allowed 6 of last 14 IR to score... had season highs of 45 pitches and 4.0 shutout innings on June 10 at SF...scored a run in that game, the 1st Texas reliever to cross the plate since Ogando on June 17, 2010 at FLA...permitted just 3 HR all year, including back-to-back shots by J.J. Hardy and Nick Markakis on May 8 at BAL...wore no. 46 through outing on July 30, and was no. 28 thereafter when club acquired Ryan Dempster from Cubs. 2011 Split the season between Myrtle Beach (High-A) and Frisco (AA), combining to go 10-5 with a 2.34 ERA (42 ER/161.1 IP) and 134 strikeouts against 33 walks over 27 games/26 starts...tallied the 2nd-most strikeouts and 2nd-lowest ERA in the organization, while recording the 3rd-most victories among Texas farmhands... combined to hold opposing left-handed batters to a .167 (23-138) average with just 5 extra-base hits (4 2B, 1 3B), while opponents hit .228 (135-592) overall.
MYRTLE BEACH: Opened the campaign in Myrtle Beach, where he earned Carolina League Pitcher of the Year honors and a spot on the circuit's Post-Season All-Star Team...named to Baseball America's High Class A All-Star Team and was selected as the 17th-best prospect in the Carolina League following the season...posted the lowest qualifying ERA in the CL, while also ranking among the league leaders in WHIP (2nd, 1.05) and wins (T7th)...tallied a quality start in 12 of his 20 starts with the Pelicans, including 9 of his last 11 outings.
FRISCO: Promoted to Frisco on Aug. 1...allowed 3 runs or less in each of his 6 starts with the 'Riders and completed 7.0 innings 3 times...surrendered 5 home runs, accounting for 6 of 11 earned runs allowed...registered a career-high 12 strikeouts in his lone playoff start on Sept. 7 at San Antonio.2010 Split regular season between Hickory (A) and Bakersfield (High-A) before finishing the campaign with Frisco for the Texas League playoffs...selected as the starting pitcher for the North Division in the South Atlantic League All-Star game...recorded the 2nd-most victories and posted the 4th-lowest ERA among Texas farmhands...combined to go 12-11 with a 3.58 ERA (58 ER/146.0 IP) and 111 strikeouts over 27 starts...held opposing right-handed batters to a .248 average (115-464), while opponents hit .267 (156- 584) overall...opened the season with Hickory, recording 9 quality starts...allowed one-run-or-less in 9 of 16 starts...recorded 6 straight quality starts from May 22-June 18...placed on disabled list July 2 with left hamstring strain...activated from the disabled list on July 9 and promoted to Bakersfield...won 4 of first 6 starts ... Selected by Texas in the 2nd round of the 2008 June draft...signed by John Poloni on Aug. 15, 2008. continued with the Blaze...registered a season-high 8 strikeouts on July 18 vs. Visalia...totaled 3 quality starts with the Blaze...promoted to Frisco on September 8...suffered loss in lone playoff start on Sept. 11 at Midland, allowing 7 runs over 3.0 innings and recording 4 strikeouts 2009 Spent entire season with Spokane...named to the Northwest League Postseason All-Star team...tabbed as the 7th-best prospect in the Northwest League by Baseball America following the season...ranked among the league leaders in ERA (4th) and strikeouts (5th)...limited lefties to a .228 average (18- 79), while opponents batted .240 (68-283) overall...averaged 3.21 ground outs for every one fly ball out...recorded 9-or-more strikeouts in 3 of first 4 starts...went 2-0, 0.45 (1 ER/20.0 IP) over 4 starts from July 5-21, lowering season ERA from 4.70 to 2.29... worked a season-high 6.0 innings on 2 occasions, recording a pair of quality starts...posted a 0.82 ERA (1ER/11.0 IP) over final 2 starts. 2008 Became the second overall selection by Texas in June draft, but did not see official game action after signing just prior to Aug. 15 deadline...participated in the Arizona fall instructional league.