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Edgar Gonzalez Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

W-L PCL IL SO WHIP
17-27 5.92 368.0 237 1.56

Edgar Gonzalez Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Edgar Gerardo Gonzalez
  • Nacido: 2/23/1983 en Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
  • Preparatoria: Preparatoria #16, MEX
  • Debut: junio 1, 2003
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Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 17 27 5.92 121 47 0 368.0 237 1.56

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2003 Tucson PCL

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15/05/2005 Tucson PCL

Edgar Gonzalez Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
3 de abril de 2015 Sultanes de Monterrey agente libre firmado RHP Edgar Gonzalez.
16 de septiembre de 2014 Louisville Bats activan a RHP Edgar Gonzalez de la 7-día lista de deshabilitado.
9 de abril de 2014 Louisville Bats ponen a RHP Edgar Gonzalez en la 7-día lista de deshabilitado.
28 de marzo de 2014 RHP Edgar Gonzalez asignado a Louisville Bats.
20 de enero de 2014 Cincinnati Reds agente libre firmado RHP Edgar Gonzalez con un contrato de la ligas menores.
1 de octubre de 2013 RHP Edgar Gonzalez eligio agente libre.
7 de septiembre de 2013 Houston Astros envian a RHP Edgar Gonzalez envian a rotundamente a Corpus Christi Hooks.
4 de septiembre de 2013 Houston Astros envian a RHP Edgar Gonzalez una asignación de rehabilitación de Tri-City ValleyCats.
3 de septiembre de 2013 Edgar Gonzalez estado en la lista cambian a por Houston Astros.
31 de mayo de 2013 Houston Astros ponen a RHP Edgar Gonzalez en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al May 26, 2013. Right shoulder strain.
12 de mayo de 2013 Houston Astros agente libre firmado RHP Edgar Gonzalez.
12 de mayo de 2013 RHP Edgar Gonzalez eligio agente libre.
11 de mayo de 2013 Toronto Blue Jays envian a Edgar Gonzalez envian a rotundamente a Buffalo Bisons.
9 de mayo de 2013 Toronto Blue Jays designado RHP Edgar Gonzalez para la asignación.
8 de mayo de 2013 Toronto Blue Jays seleccionado el contrato de RHP Edgar Gonzalez de Buffalo Bisons.
14 de abril de 2013 Edgar Gonzalez estado en la lista cambian a por Buffalo Bisons.
12 de abril de 2013 Toronto Blue Jays envian a RHP Edgar Gonzalez envian a rotundamente a Buffalo Bisons.
9 de abril de 2013 Edgar Gonzalez estado en la lista cambian a por Toronto Blue Jays.
7 de abril de 2013 Toronto Blue Jays reclamado RHP Edgar Gonzalez fuera de waivers de Houston Astros.
5 de abril de 2013 Houston Astros designado Edgar Gonzalez para la asignación.
30 de marzo de 2013 Houston Astros seleccionado el contrato de RHP Edgar Gonzalez de Oklahoma City RedHawks.
20 de noviembre de 2012 Houston Astros agente libre firmado RHP Edgar Gonzalez con un contrato de la ligas menores y invitado a spring training.
1 de noviembre de 2012 Houston Astros envian a Edgar Gonzalez envian a rotundamente a Oklahoma City RedHawks.
3 de septiembre de 2012 Houston Astros seleccionado el contrato de Edgar Gonzalez de Oklahoma City RedHawks.
24 de agosto de 2012 Edgar Gonzalez asignado a Oklahoma City RedHawks.
23 de agosto de 2012 Houston Astros agente libre firmado RHP Edgar Gonzalez con un contrato de la ligas menores.
26 de junio de 2012 Sultanes de Monterrey agente libre firmado RHP Edgar Gonzalez.
19 de junio de 2012 Colorado Springs Sky Sox liberan a RHP Edgar Gonzalez.
9 de abril de 2012 RHP Edgar Gonzalez asignado a Colorado Springs Sky Sox de Tri-City Dust Devils.
5 de abril de 2012 Edgar Gonzalez asignado a Tri-City Dust Devils de Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
1 de abril de 2012 RHP Edgar Gonzalez asignado a Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
31 de marzo de 2012 Colorado Rockies agente libre firmado RHP Edgar Gonzalez con un contrato de la ligas menores.
30 de marzo de 2012 Oakland Athletics liberan a RHP Edgar Gonzalez.
4 de noviembre de 2011 Oakland Athletics agente libre firmado RHP Edgar Gonzalez con un contrato de la ligas menores y invitado a spring training.
30 de septiembre de 2011 RHP Edgar Gonzalez eligio agente libre.
19 de agosto de 2011 Colorado Rockies envian a RHP Edgar Gonzalez envian a rotundamente a Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
15 de agosto de 2011 Colorado Rockies designado Edgar Gonzalez para la asignación.
10 de agosto de 2011 Colorado Rockies seleccionado el contrato de RHP Edgar Gonzalez de Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
13 de junio de 2011 Edgar Gonzalez asignado a Colorado Springs Sky Sox de Colorado Rockies.
12 de junio de 2011 Colorado Rockies agente libre firmado RHP Edgar Gonzalez con un contrato de la ligas menores.
7 de junio de 2011 Durham Bulls liberan a RHP Edgar Gonzalez.
3 de marzo de 2011 Durham Bulls agente libre firmado RHP Edgar Gonzalez.
6 de noviembre de 2010 RHP Edgar Gonzalez eligio agente libre.
21 de agosto de 2010 RHP Edgar Gonzalez asignado a Albuquerque Isotopes de Los Angeles Dodgers.
20 de agosto de 2010 Los Angeles Dodgers agente libre firmado RHP Edgar Gonzalez con un contrato de la ligas menores.
19 de agosto de 2010 RHP Edgar Gonzalez eligio agente libre.
5 de agosto de 2010 Sultanes de Monterrey activan a RHP Edgar Gonzalez.
1 de agosto de 2010 Sultanes de Monterrey ponen a RHP Edgar Gonzalez en la lista de reserva.
25 de julio de 2010 Sultanes de Monterrey activan a RHP Edgar Gonzalez.
21 de julio de 2010 Sultanes de Monterrey ponen a RHP Edgar Gonzalez en la lista de reserva.
20 de julio de 2010 Sultanes de Monterrey activan a RHP Edgar Gonzalez.
10 de julio de 2010 Sultanes de Monterrey ponen a RHP Edgar Gonzalez en la lista de reserva.
3 de julio de 2010 RHP Edgar Gonzalez asignado a Sultanes de Monterrey.
8 de octubre de 2009 Oakland Athletics envian a Edgar Gonzalez envian a rotundamente a Sacramento River Cats.
19 de mayo de 2009 Oakland Athletics seleccionado el contrato de Edgar Gonzalez de Sacramento River Cats.

Info Biográfica de Edgar Gerardo Gonzalez

Was originally signed by Arizona as a 17- year old, non-drafted free agent on April 18, 2000...graduated from Preparatoria #16 High School in Mexico. ... Along with Astros Spanish Radio Broadcaster Alex Trevino, is one of just seven players from Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico to play in the Major Leagues. ... Pitched for Mexico in the first ever World Baseball Classic in 2006. ... Was originally signed by Houston out of the Mexican League in 2012...currently signed to a one-year contract that runs through the 2013 season. 2012 Made six starts for Houston after getting his contract purchased on Sept. 3...was his first extended time in the Majors since 2009 when he made 26 appearances (six starts) with OAK...the Astros were 4-2 in his six starts in 2012...allowed one run or less in three of his six starts...became just the seventh Mexican born player to play for the Astros (last, Oscar Villarreal in 2008)...began the season as a non-roster invitee with OAK before getting released after Spring Training...signed a minor league deal with Colorado and made 15 appearances (seven starts) with Triple A Colorado Springs...released in June and went on to pitch for the Sultanes de Monterrey of the Mexican League...went 2-2 with a 2.84 ERA (10ER/31.2IP) and 25 strikeouts while pitching for the Sultanes...signed to a minor league deal with Houston on Aug. 23 before getting his contract purchased by the club on Sept. 3...his Astros debut on Sept. 3 at PIT was his first MLB appearance since Aug. 14, 2011 at STL, his first MLB start since Sept. 27, 2009 at LAA and his first MLB win since Aug. 24, 2008 at LAD...struck out 17 and issued just four walks over his first five starts (21.2IP) from Sept. 3-28...recorded all three of his wins in September, marking the first time in his career to record three wins in a single calendar month...posted a combined 4-3 record with a 4.37 ERA (29ER/59.2IP) and 48 strikeouts in 17 games (nine starts) between Oklahoma City (2g) and Colorado Springs (15g)...in his two starts with OKC, went 1-0 with a 0.69 ERA (1ER/13IP)...signed with the Astros as a minor league free agent on Aug. 23...outrighted off the Astros 40-man roster on Nov. 1. 2011 Made one Major League appearance with Colorado, tossing 2.0 innings of relief at St. Louis Aug. 14... allowed two runs on five hits and a walk while striking out one...split the balance of his season between Triple-A Durham in the Tampa Bay organization and Triple-A Colorado Springs...combined for an 8-6 record and a 5.00 ERA in 26 games, 25 starts, in the minors...allowed a .290 opponents batting average, including .268 (76-for-284) against right-handed hitters compared to .315 (79-for-251) against lefthanders... yielded nine of his 13 home runs to lefties...eight were solo shots...opponents batted .315 with runners in scoring position...were 7-for-13 (.538) with the bases loaded...his teams were 13-12 (.520) in his starting assignments...tossed six or more innings in nine of his 25 starts, allowed two runs or fewer six times and walked two batters or fewer 21 times...pitched for Hermosillo in the Mexican- Pacific Winter League following the season, logging a 4-6 record and 3.21 ERA in 14 games, all starts... surrendered just three home runs in 67.1 innings.

MINORS: Began the season at Durham where he went 3-3 with a 4.56 ERA in 11 starts...went 1-2 with a 4.79 ERA over his first four starts...then went 2-0 with a 2.93 ERA over his next six starts from April 30 to May 29...began the streak by tossing 5.0 shutout innings April 30 at Indianapolis...matched his season high by tossing 7.0 innings two starts later against the Indians May 10...allowed just one run but had a no decision in a 2-1, 11-inning loss...had his two-game winning streak snapped June 6 against Pawtucket when he allowed seven runs on a season-high 10 hits in 5.0 innings...was released June 7 and signed a minor league contract with Colorado June 10...was assigned to Colorado Springs and logged a 5-3 record and 5.29 ERA in 15 games, 14 starts...went 0-3 with a 6.00 ERA over his first four starts...including June 18 against Tucson when he allowed a season-high eight runs on eight hits in just 4.0 innings...then went 5-0 with a 5.09 ERA over his final 11 games, 10 starts...had back-to-back no decisions Aug. 1 at Sacramento (7.0 ip) and Aug. 6 against Nashville (5.2 ip) despite allowing just one earned run in each start...was selected by Colorado Aug. 10 but was designated for assignment Aug. 15 and outrighted back to Colorado Springs Aug. 18...went 2-0 with a 6.87 ERA over his final four games, three starts...struck out a season-high nine batters in 6.0 innings in an 8-5 win over Tacoma Aug. 27... made his only relief appearance of the season in his final outing Sept. 4 against Sacramento (3.0 ip, 4 h, 4 r, 3 er, 1 bb, 3 so).
2010 Did not pitch until joining Monterrey of the Mexican League in July...went 1-1 with a 3.18 ERA in three starts with the Sultanes...opponents hit .283 and he allowed one home run in 17.0 innings... made starts July 3, 9 and 14...signed by the Los Angeles Dodgers organization to a minor league contract Aug. 13 and was assigned to Triple-A Albuquerque...went 1-1 with a 4.81 ERA in four starts for the Isotopes...struck out 29 in 24.1 innings (10.73 per nine innings) and walked just six for a strikeoutto- walk ratio of 4.83...allowed a .296 opponents batting average, including .216 against left-handed hitters compared to .344 against right-handers...yielded a .333 average with runners in scoring position... struck out a season-high 10 in 6.0 innings in an 8-1 loss to Oklahoma City Aug. 26...picked up his lone win in his final outing Sept. 5 at Round Rock, allowing two runs on five hits in 7.0 innings...pitched for Hermosillo in the Mexican-Pacific Winter League following the season and was 3-4 with a 5.23 ERA in 11 games, 10 starts. 2009 Joined the A's in mid-May and was 0-4 with a 5.51 ERA in 26 games, including six starts...his first two appearances with Oakland were starts, but he spent most of the season in the bullpen as a long reliever before returning to rotation in September when the A's went to a six-man rotation...was 0-3 with a 5.93 ERA in his six starting assignments and 0-1 with a 5.21 ERA in 20 relief appearances...matched his career-high with 28 walks and hit a career-high six batters...allowed just four home runs in 65.1 innings, an average of 0.55 per nine innings...allowed a .292 opponents batting average, which broke down to .230 against right-handed hitters and .351 against left-handers...allowed a .268 batting average with two strikes, which was third highest in the American League...was 0-1 with a 4.36 ERA and .258 opponents batting average in 15 games in Oakland and 0-3 with a 6.68 ERA and .324 opponents batting average in 11 outings on the road...tossed at least 1.0 inning in all 20 of his relief appearances and had 11 outings of 2.0 innings or more...allowed 2 of 11 (18.2%) inherited runners to score and first batters faced hit .211 (4 for 19) with a hit by pitch...was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento May 19 and went 0-1 with a 5.40 ERA in two starts before moving to the bullpen...singled in each of his two at bats June 19 at San Diego to become the first AL relief pitcher to produce a multi-hit game since the Angels' Eddie Fisher May 10, 1972 against Boston...the last A's reliever to do it was Rollie Fingers on May 10, 1970, also against the Red Sox...made the 100th appearance of his career Aug. 8 in Kansas City...would pitch just once over the next 23 days and that was Aug. 15 against Chicago when he allowed a home run to the first batter he faced (Thome) to snap a season-opening 20-game, 45.1-inning, 202-batter homerless streak...tagged with the loss in three of his final four outings, giving him a six-game losing streak dating back to his last win April 24, 2008 at Los Angeles (NL)...began the season at Sacramento and was 3-2 with a 5.22 ERA in seven starts...allowed a .300 opponents batting average, including .323 against left-handed hitters and .284 against right-handers...opponents hit .211 with runners in scoring position and two outs...pitched for Hermosillo in the Mexican Pacific Winter League following the season and was 4-1 with a 2.87 ERA in seven starts. 2008 Was 1-3 with a 6.00 ERA in 17 games, six starts, for Arizona in a season that ended early due to injury...missed the Diamondbacks final 82 games after being placed on the 15-day disabled list June 28 with a strained right elbow...was 1-2 with a 6.00 ERA in his six starting assignments and 0-1 with a 6.00 ERA in 11 relief appearances...allowed a .302 opponents batting average, which included a .259 mark against left-handed hitters and .336 against right-handers...first batters faced were 0 for 9 with two walks and he stranded all four of his inherited runners...began the season in the starting rotation for the second consecutive year, posting a 1-2 record and a 6.55 ERA in five starts...pitched in relief May 5 against Philadelphia and allowed four runs on seven hits in 3.0 innings...made one more start on May 11 at Chicago and had a no decision after allowing two runs on five hits in 5.0 innings...was used exclusively out of the bullpen from May 22 on and was 0-1 with a 5.00 ERA in 10 games...struck out a season-high five in 3.2 innings June 17 against Oakland, equaling his best mark as a reliever...struck out the side in his final outing on June 27 at Florida...was placed on the DL the next day with his elbow injury...was transferred to the 60-day DL August 10...pitched for Hermosillo in the Mexican Winter League following the season and was 4-1 with a 4.46 ERA and .279 opponents batting average in seven starts...was also 1-1 with a 3.81 ERA and .333 opponents batting average in four postseason starts... not including a start against Venezuela in the Caribbean Series February 3 when he tossed 7.0 shutout innings (2 h, 9 so)...ended up with a no decision in 1-0, 11-inning loss. 2007 Opened the season in the starting rotation and picked up his first win when he made his first start on April 5 at Washington...Tossed 7.0 innings of 1-run ball with 7 strikeouts on April 21 at San Francisco, but suffered the loss...Was moved to the bullpen on May 4, appearing in relief for 3 games...Had a 7-game win streak from May 25-Sept. 16, the longest streak of the season for a D-backs pitcher...Was 4-4 with a 4.67 ERA (32 ER in 62.1 IP) over 12 starts with the D-backs going 6-6 in those games...As a reliever, he was 4-0 with a 5.58 ERA (25 ER in 40.1 IP) over 20 relief appearances...The team was 5-15 in those contests...From Aug. 1-Sept. 16, he was 4-0 with a 2.93 ERA (9 ER in 27.2 IP) over 9 games (2 starts), striking out 10 and holding opponents to a .248 average...Tossed a career-high 4.0 innings of relief on 2 occasions (June 8 vs. Boston and Aug. 20 vs. Milwaukee)...in relief appearances in which he pitched 2.0 or more innings he was 4-0 with a 5.52 ERA (19 ER in 31.0 IP) over 11 games...Averaged just 5.1 innings per start over his 12 starts. 2006 Gonzalez went 3-4 with a 4.22 ERA in five starts and 11 appearances out of the bullpen. He was dominant in his last two starts of the year, giving up two earned runs over 14 innings and earning the victory on both occasions. Gonzalez also pitched well on Sept. 6 against the Marlins, but was the tough-luck loser opposite Anibal Sanchez's no-hitter. Gonzalez figures to be a candidate for the starting rotation in 2007. 2005 Spent most of the season with Triple-A Tucson. ... Improved his control a great deal compiling a 3-to-1 strikeout-to-walk ratio. ... Was promoted to D-Backs on June 9 and made one relief appearance and allowed four runs in just 1/3 of an inning. ... Was optioned back to Tucson on June 12. 2004 Edgar began the season Tucson (AAA) but had a pair of stints on the Diamondbacks' roster, scuffling through an 0-9 year with a 9.32 ERA in 10 starts...according to the Elias Sports Bureau, Gonzalez was the fourth pitcher since 1946 season to go winless for an entire season with 9-or-more losses, joining Terry Felton (0-13 for Twins in 1982), Rod Beck (0-9 for Giants in 1996) and Heathcliff Slocumb (0-9 for Red Sox and Mariners in 1997)...he opened the year 1-5 in 7 starts with the Sidewinders, then earned his first of two recalls to the majors by virtue of strong starts on May 24-29 for Tucson, going 1-0 with a 1.80 ERA and holding opposing hitters to a .196 average (11-for-56)...Edgar was recalled on June 5 and made a spot start against Los Angeles, falling 10-3...he was optioned back to the minors the following day, then went 3-0 with a 3.79 ERAover his next 6 AAAoutings...included was a 2-hit shutout of Las Vegas on July 4, featuring a season-high 9 K's... he matched that strikeout total in his next outing, his final start of the year for Tucson, recording an 11-3 triumph over Sacramento...Edgar was recalled again on July 22 but lost each of his next 6 starts...despite the run of tough luck, Gonzalez displayed his potential at Cincinnati's Great American Ball Park on August 29...though not scheduled to pitch that afternoon, Stephen Randolph couldn't answer the bell due to a stiff left shoulder, Gonzalez seized the chance to provide his best work of the year when he carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning...although Edgar was unable to snap out of his 7-game slide due to an eventual 6-2 Arizona setback, he faced the minimum through the first 6.0 innings, allowing only a second inning walk that was erased by a double play...he finally allowed a hit in the seventh when, after a leadoff walk, Felipe Lopez hit a ground ball to first and Gonzalez hesitated before covering the bag and the no-hitter was history...after another double play ball, the shutout and potential win disappeared when Adam Dunn smacked a game-tying home run...after surrendering 25 runs in his first 4 starts, spanning just 16.2 innings, Edgar allowed only 10 earnies in his next 24.1 frames, for a 3.70 mark from August 7-29...a torn fingernail on the middle finger of his pitching kept Edgar out of action for about two and half weeks. 2003 Only 14 months after making his professional debut on a mound for South Bend (A), the 20-year-old right-hander made his big-league debut in 2003 ... born on February 23, 1983, he was the youngest player in the majors when he debuted on June 1, nearly 4 full months younger than pitcher Jeremy Bonderman of the Detroit Tigers (October 28, 1982) ... after spending his entire first pro season in Class-A, Edgar needed only 6 starts for Double-A El Paso, going 2-2 with a 3.50 ERA, before continuing his fast track with an early May promotion to Triple-A Tucson ... he picked up a win in his El Paso debut, blanking San Antonio for 7.0 innings with a season-high 9 strikeouts ... he moved up a level, going 3-2 in his first 5 starts for the Sidewinders and was most impressive in his last 2 appearances, combining them for 12.2 innings of shutout ball, allowing only 6 hits ... the streak began on May 23 in Tacoma, working the final 6.0 innings of an 8-0 victory allowing just a hit, picking up for John Patterson, who had made the start but was limited to only 3.0 innings of action because of his impending promotion to the majors ... Edgar's next outing featured 6.2 shutout innings vs. Portland on May 27, scattering 5 hits ... he had his contract purchased on June 1 when Matt Williams was designated for assignment, and toed the rubber that afternoon in San Diego, winning a 10-4 decision over the Padres, allowing 3 earned runs on 10 hits in 5.2 innings with 3 walks and 4 K's ... he became the youngest hurler (20 years, 93 days) to win in the majors since Dennys Reyes recorded a win for the Dodgers over San Francisco on July 13, 1997, at 20 years, 85 days ... Los Angeles Dodger hurler Edwin Jackson later slipped past Gonzalez when he defeated the D-Backs on his 20th birthday on Sept. 9 ... Edgar was the fifth hurler to make his major league debut as a starter for the Diamondbacks, the second to win his debut game, joining Geraldo Guzman (July 6, 2000) ... he also quickly joined the club's all-time hit list by collecting a base hit off the Padres' Jake Peavy ... Edgar was the first Mexican-born player to make his debut as a starter, win and get a hit, all in the same game since Esteban Loaiza turned the trick for the Pirates on April 19, 1995 ... Edgar was not as successful in his second start, losing a 6-3 decision to Cleveland at home on June 6, yielding 10 hits and 4 runs in 5.1 innings ... he was optioned back to Tucson 2 days later and went 4-0 over his next 6 starting assignments for the Sidewinders ... Edgar was selected to participate in the All-Star Futures Game on July 13 in Chicago, working a scoreless frame for the World Team ... he posted a 3.83 ERA over 6 starts from July 25-August 20, but was winless in 5 decisions ... he finished his Triple-A season with a pair of solid starts, going 1-0 with a 2.08 ERA as he allowed 3 earned runs over 13.0 innings ... Edgar fared better on the road during his PCL action, owning a 4-4 record with a 2.17 ERA and limited the opposition to a .194 average ... he returned to the big league club as a September recall, and pitched 7 times in relief, going 1-0 with a 3.68 ERA ... he worked a scoreless frame at Pac Bell Park on September 7, only his second relief outing as a pro, and picked up the win ... when he stepped on the mound for his big league debut on June 1, Edgar became the sixth rookie hurler to make a start for the Diamondbacks this year and the 11th different starting pitcher overall, tying the club record for a season set in 2001

How obtained:
Signed with Arizona but did not report and was placed on the suspended list for 2000-2001.
2002 Led the farm system with a 2.63 ERA, 131 strikeouts and four complete games ... his 14 victories tied for second among Arizona minor leaguers ... ranked seventh in the Midwest League with a 2.91 ERA for South Bend and was selected by SportsTicker as one of the top prospects in the league ... voted the farm system's Pitcher-of-the-Month for August after going a combined 5-0 with a 1.18 ERA in five starts for South Bend and Lancaster ... pitched 38.0 innings during the month with 32 strikeouts and only 4 walks ... allowed two earned runs or less in 19 of his 27 starts on the year ... in only his second pro outing, he spun the organization's second nine-inning complete game no-hitter on April 14 vs. West Michigan, a game played in 32 degree weather ... he did not issue a walk and struck out 11, including a 2002 minor league best eight straight batters from the second through the fourth innings ... he needed 108 pitches in his historic gem as he faced the minimum 27 batters, picking off the only baserunner of the game who had reached on an error ... the no-no started a five-game win streak as he yielded only six runs and 19 hits with 24 strikeouts and 8 walks over 37.2 innings (1.43 ERA) from April 14-May 6 ... went 0-5 with a 4.86 ERA in 6 starts from June 22-July 18 ... snapped the slide with a 2-hit shutout on July 24 vs. Fort Wayne, earning him honors as the Midwest League's Pitcher-of-the-Week for July 22-28 ... won seven straight starts from July 24-August 27, posting a 1.04 ERA and striking out 43 with five walks in 52.0 innings of work ... that stretch included a pair of double-digit strikeout games ... collected 10 wiffs on August 4 at Kane County and fanned a season-high 12 on August 21 at High Desert ... pitched 7.0 strong innings in the first round of the playoffs, striking out five, walking one and allowing a two-run homer ... played winterball for the Hermosillo Naranjeros of the Mexican Pacific League ... he was named the league's Rookie-of-the-Year, going 8-1 with a 1.89 ERA in 12 starts ... he led the league in ERA and tied for first in wins.