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|MLB Career Stats||14||11||2.64||250||0||60||238.1||305||1.20|
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Indians right-hander Cody Allen finished the 2015 regular season with a 2-5 record, a 2.99 ERA, a 1.17 WHIP, 34 saves and 99 strikeouts across 69 1/3 innings.
Indians closer Cody Allen collected a save after striking out one in a spotless ninth inning against the Reds on Saturday.
|2014||24||9th in AL|
|2015||34||6th in AL|
|2013||77||2nd in AL|
|2014||76||2nd in AL|
|2015||70||9th in AL|
|July 20, 2012||Cleveland Indians selected the contract of RHP Cody Allen from Columbus Clippers.|
|April 28, 2012||Cody Allen assigned to Columbus Clippers from Akron Aeros.|
|April 12, 2012||Cody Allen assigned to Akron Aeros from Carolina Mudcats.|
|March 5, 2012||RHP Cody Allen assigned to Cleveland Indians.|
|September 5, 2011||RHP Cody Allen assigned to Kinston Indians from Akron Aeros.|
|August 31, 2011||Cody Allen assigned to Akron Aeros from Lake County Captains.|
|August 7, 2011||Cody Allen assigned to Lake County Captains from Mahoning Valley Scrappers.|
|June 16, 2011||Cody Allen assigned to Mahoning Valley Scrappers from Cleveland Indians.|
|June 15, 2011||Cleveland Indians signed RHP Cody Allen.|
Full name CODY EDWARD ALLEN… Graduated from Boone High School in 2007 where he played QB on the football team and baseball (same HS former GM John Hart used to coach)....High school produced big leaguers Ron Karkovice, Joe Oliver, Mike Maroth and Paul Wilson...Attended the University of Central Florida for two years, 2008-09, red-shirting his sophomore year in 2009 after undergoing reconstructive right elbow surgery...Attended St. Pete Junior College in 2010 and High Point University (NC) in 2011...Has a fraternal twin, Chad... 2013 & 2015 TribeFest participant.2014
Spent his second full season in the Tribe' s Major League bullpen, fast becoming one of the top relievers in the American League...Spent the last four months as Indians closer, taking over for John Axford in late May and flourished in the role...Overall saved 24 of 28 chances (86..) , including a career-best 17 straight at one point from May 30-August 28...From May 30 thru end of the season he posted an ERA of 1.49 (48.1IP , 27H, 8E R, 16BB, 64K , .161AVG )...His 91 strikeouts are 8th-most in a single-season by a Indians reliever and the most since Paul Shuey in 1999 (103).. Cody finished among American League relievers in the following categories: games (T-2nd, 76), saves (9th, 24), relief strikeouts (6th, 91), relief ERA (13th, 2.07), relief batting average (15th, .194), relief innings (18th, 69.2), inherited runners pct scored (4th, 5..35, 14..), first batter average (T-3rd, .136, 9..66) and relief wins (T-6th, 6). Enj oyed a career-best 19-game scoreless streak over 17.0 innings from June 24-August 9 (8 H, 4 BB, 24 SO), both figures (tied in games, innings) representing season-bests by a Cleveland reliever... F rom June 24 thru the end of the season his E RA was 1.45 (37.1IP , 24H, 6E R, 50SO ). Was lethal against left-handed batters, limiting lefties to a .141 (18-128, 5 2B, 3HR, 10BB, 59SO ) average against with a slash line of .201/.250/.451 (2nd-lowest batting avg. allowed in A.L. to lefties)...Batters also hit .230 (26-113) wtih runners on base and .181 (13-72) with RISP ...Had three outings of 3ER allowed which accounted for 56% of the earned runs he allowed in 2014 (9/16)...Blew back-to-back save chances on August 31 at K C (Gordon solo HR) and Sept. 2 vs. Detroit (JD Martinez 3R HR)...From September 4 thru the end of the season his ERA was 0.96 (9.1IP , 6H, 1E R, 12SO )...Had four four-out saves for Terry Francona...Allowed earned runs in just 10 of 76 outings as his 64 scoreless outings were T-4th most in MLB with KC's Wade Davis.2013
Rookie reliever became the primary 7th inning set-up reliever for Tito Francona over the second half of the season in his first full season in the Major Leagues...Led the club with 77 appearances and finished 2nd in the American League in games pitched, 5th in relief strikeouts (88), tied for 13th in relief innings (70.1), 16th in relief ERA (2.43) and tied for 4th in relief wins (6)...Finished tied for 6th in the 2013 BBWAA AL Rookie of the Year voting with two third place votes. Was at his best over the last two months of the season, posting an ERA of 2.05 (26.1IP, 24H, 6ER) over the last two months of the season from August 3rd-on...His 88 strikeouts are most by an Indians reliever since Paul Shuey (103) in 1999 and his 77 appearances were 2nd most in club history over a single-season (Bobby Howry 79, 2005). On the year he fanned 11.3 batters per 9.0IP, the 3rd-highest total in club history among relief pitchers with at least 65.0IP in a single-season... Allowed runs in 16 of his 77 games pitched...From July 7th thru the end of the season his ERA was 2.31 (35.0IP, 35H, 9R/ER, 45K)...Recorded 11 holds, which ranked 4th on the team... From August 12 thru the end of the season his ERA was 2.05 (22.0IP, 20H, 5ER). Did not allow a run over his last 10 games of the season from Sept 13-on (7.1IP, 7H, 0R, 10K)...Batters hit .205 (18-88) off Cody with RISP, .232 (32-138) with runners on base and .154 (2-13) w/the bases loaded...Earned his first Major League win on April 21 at Houston and first MLB save on May 12 at Detroit.2012 Enjoyed a quick ascent through the Indians PD system after being selected in the 23rd round (698th overall) of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft out of High Point Univ (NC)...Split the 2012 season between A Carolina, AA Akron and AAA Columbus, going a combined 3-2-3 & a 1.87 ERA in 31G (43.1IP, 25H, 9ER, 53K, 11.0SO/9.0IP, .166AVG)...Started the season with two scoreless appearances at A Carolina and was promoted to Akron on April 11...Posted scoreless outings in 4 of his 5 appearances in Akron in April...Did make two scoreless appearances in spring training (1.2IP) in early March that made an impression on the Major League staff. Elevated to AAA on April 26; posted a mark of 3-2 w/2SV & a 2.27 ERA in 24G (31.2IP, 22H, 8R/ER, 9BB, 35K, .195AVG)...From June 7 thru his July 20 Major League promotion he posted an ERA of 0.56 (16.0IP, 5H, 1R/ER, 17K, .098AVG) in 13G... Combined over his three stops he was 3-2 with 3 saves and a 1.87 ERA in 31 relief appearances (43.1IP, 25H, 9R/ER, 9BB, 53K)....Averaged 11 strikeouts per 9.0IP with a walk/9.0IP ratio of 1.9 while limiting Minor League hitters to a .166 (25-151) average against for the MiLB season. Became the second member of the 2011 draft class to reach the Major Leagues along w/AZ RHP Trevor Bauer (3rd overall pick) after being promoted from Columbus on July 20(Barnes optioned)...MLB debut July 20 vs BAL (1.0IP, 0H, 0R, 1K)...Enjoyed 12 scoreless outings to start (13.2IP) before allowing 2-run HR to Nick Swisher on August 24 vs NYY (LHH were 0-for-21 prior to the HR) to equal a club record for scoreless appearances to start a Tribe career (shares with Alex Herrera, 2002-03)...From August 24 thru the end of the season his ERA was 7.04 in 15 games (15.1IP, 23H, 12ER, 6BB, 17K) and allowed runs in 7 of those games after going 12 scoreless to start his career...ERA first 17 outings was 1.74 (20.2IP, 15H, 4ER) Fanned a season/career-high 5 Detroit Tigers in 1.2IP (all 5 he faced) on September 15, a season-high by a Tribe reliever in 2012...Batters hit .255 (13-51) with runners on base against him and .242 (8-33) with RISP...Allowed only 1 extra base hit to a right-handed hitter all season in 67 plate appearances...Enters 2013 ranked as the 5th best prospect and best curve ball in the Indians organization and 13th best prospect in the Int'l League (2012) according to Baseball America. 2011 Went a combined 5-1 w/a 1.65 ERA (54.2IP, 35H, 10ER, 14BB, 75K, .182AVG) in 23 relief appearances after signing on 6/16...Made 14 appearances at Mahoning Valley, 6/18-8/4...Avg'd 12.34 SO per 9.0IP for the Minor League season...Pitched at Kinston from 8/8-31 then made one appearance in Akron (9/1) and one in Kinston (9/5) to conclude his first pro season.