Chris Resop

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Chris Resop Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

10-12 4.62 243.1 204 1.53

Chris Resop Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Christopher Paul Resop
  • Nacido: 11/4/1982 en Naples, FL
  • Draft: 2001, Florida Marlins, 4th rd. (122nd overall)
  • Preparatoria: Barron G. Collier, Naples, FL
  • Debut: junio 28, 2005
  • Ret., Juego Final: 5/14/2013
Más Info Biográfica +
Año G P PCL J Aperturas SV IL SO WHIP
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 10 12 4.62 237 0 2 243.1 204 1.53


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Chris Resop Estadísticas

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Chris Resop Premios

INT Pitcher of the Week

Week Equipo League
17/05/2010 Gwinnett INT

SOU Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2005 Carolina SOU

SOU Post-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2005 Carolina SOU

Chris Resop Tabla de líderes


Season J Rank
2011 76 9th in NL

Ventajas Preservadas

Season VP Rank
2011 15 24th in NL

Chris Resop Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
1 de julio de 2014 Pawtucket Red Sox liberan a RHP Chris Resop.
1 de abril de 2014 RHP Chris Resop asignado a Pawtucket Red Sox.
28 de febrero de 2014 RHP Chris Resop asignado a Boston Red Sox.
28 de enero de 2014 Boston Red Sox agente libre firmado RHP Chris Resop con un contrato de la ligas menores.
11 de octubre de 2013 RHP Chris Resop eligio agente libre.
24 de mayo de 2013 Sacramento River Cats activan a RHP Chris Resop.
20 de mayo de 2013 Oakland Athletics envian a RHP Chris Resop envian a rotundamente a Sacramento River Cats.
17 de mayo de 2013 Oakland Athletics designado Chris Resop para la asignación.
6 de mayo de 2013 RHP Chris Resop asignado a Sacramento River Cats.
30 de noviembre de 2012 Pittsburgh Pirates cambian a RHP Chris Resop a Oakland Athletics for RHP Zack Thornton.
4 de agosto de 2010 Pittsburgh Pirates reclamado Chris Resop fuera de waivers de Atlanta Braves.
27 de julio de 2010 Mississippi Braves envian a RHP Chris Resop una asignación de rehabilitación a Gwinnett Braves.
17 de julio de 2010 Chris Resop asignado a Mississippi Braves.
16 de junio de 2010 Chris Resop asignado a Atlanta Braves.
16 de junio de 2010 Chris Resop estado en la lista cambian a por Atlanta Braves.
15 de junio de 2010 Atlanta Braves seleccionado el contrato de RHP Chris Resop de Gwinnett Braves.
17 de febrero de 2010 Atlanta Braves agente libre firmado RHP Chris Resop con un contrato de la ligas menores y invitado a spring training.
17 de febrero de 2009 Gwinnett Braves agente libre firmado Chris Resop.

Info Biográfica de Christopher Paul Resop

Christopher Paul Resop...wife's name is Kara...has two children, Colton and a 2001 graduate of Barron Collier (Naples, FL) High School, where he lettered in baseball and football...was honored as a Class 4A All-State outfielder during his senior season...also played quarterback on the football team...had his high school uniform #4 retired Feb. 13, 2012. 2012 Spent the entire season with Pittsburgh, posting a 1-4 record, one save and a 3.91 ERA in 61 relief appearances...had career-highs in innings pitched (73.2), hits (81) and runs (35) and matched his high in saves and losses...tied for seventh among National League relievers in innings...allowed a .276 opponents batting average, including .237 (27-for-114) against left-handed hitters compared to .302 (54- for-179) against right-handers...surrendered four of his six home runs to lefties...held the opposition to a .226 average with runners in scoring position, including .146 with RISP and two outs...has a .226 (67-for-297) career opponents batting average with RISP...allowed 10 of 27 (37.0%) inherited runners to score...first batters faced were 21-for-55 (.382) with four walks (.417 on-base percentage)...also allowed a .618 slugging percentage to first batters, which was second highest in the NL (Roenicke, COL .638)...had the third highest batting average and fourth highest on-base percentage...had a 3.35 ERA in 32 appearances before the All-Star Break...then posted a 4.70 ERA in 29 games after the break...logged a 2.70 ERA and .205 opponents batting average in 16 appearances during the day compared to a 4.36 ERA and .300 opponents average in 45 night games...compiled a 6.30 ERA in six interleague appearances...went 0-for-3 with a walk and a sacrifice bunt in five plate appearances. 2011 Spent first full season in the Majors with Pittsburgh and established career highs in games and innings pitched...Ranked ninth among N.L. relief pitchers in innings pitched and tied for eighth in strikeouts...Had a 2.57 ERA (35.0ip/10er) in 38 games on the road and a 6.23 ERA (34.2ip/24er) in 38 games at PNC Park...Tossed career-high 3.0 scoreless innings in 14-inning Bucco win on 4/8 vs. Colorado...Retired the one batter he faced on 4/18 at Cincinnati and picked up the win - his first since 9/9/06...Was scored upon just once in his 12 games in April (14.1ip/2er - 1.26 ERA)...Pitched 9.0 innings of no-hit ball over nine outings from 4/8-29...Was scored upon five times in his first seven appearances in May, giving up nine runs in 7.0ip and raising ERA from 1.26 to 4.64...Suffered first blown save and first loss on 5/6 vs. Houston...Gave up just one hit and no runs in eight games from 5/20 to 6/8 (7.1ip)...Was scored upon in back-to-back games on 6/9 and 6/12 (0.2ip/3er) before making 11 straight scoreless outings from 6/14 thru 7/1 (8.1ip)...Gave up one run in 1.0ip while picking up his first Major League save in Pittsburgh's 7-5 win at Houston on 7/17...Posted a 3.00 ERA (12.0ip/4er) in 14 games during the month of July, but a 10.32 ERA (11.1ip/13er) in 13 games in August...Tossed 2.0 scoreless frames and won his fifth decision on 9/3 at Chicago...Closed out the season by being scored upon just once in his last nine appearances (8.2ip/1er)...Went 1-for-6 in save opportunities and allowed 18 of his 56 inherited runners to score. 2010 Attended spring training as a non-roster invitee with Atlanta and was assigned to Triple-A Gwinnett to begin the season...Was charged with two earned runs or less in all but two of his 15 starts...Allowed one run in 3.2 innings in first start and suffered the loss on 4/9 vs. Charlotte...Whiffed a season-high 10 batters while tossing 6.0 scoreless innings in a no-decision on 4/14 vs. Durham...Lowered ERA to 0.61 after working 5.0 scoreless innings in his next start on 4/19 at Norfolk...Earned first win of the season on 4/24 at Durham...Finished the month of April ranked third among International League pitchers with a 1.40 ERA (Norfolk's Jake Arrieta led the way with a 1.16 ERA followed by Louisville's Arnoldis Chapman with a 1.29 ERA); also paced the league with 32 strikeouts... Went 4-0 with a 2.57 ERA (28.0ip/8er) over a five-start stretch from 4/24 to 5/15...Took home International League Pitcher-of-the-Week honors for the week of 5/10- 17...Tossed a one-hit shutout and faced the minimum 27 batters on 6/10 at Norfolk...Had contract selected by Atlanta on 6/15...Allowed five runs on five hits in 2.0 innings of relief that night vs. Tampa Bay...Was placed on the disabled list the next day with a left oblique strain...Made a pair of rehab starts with Double-A Mississippi on 7/17 and 7/22...Made first of two rehab starts with Gwinnett on 7/27 and tossed 5.0 scoreless innings while earning his last win at the Triple-A level...Suffered the loss in final outing (3.2ip/4er) on 8/1 vs. Toledo...Was claimed off waivers by Pittsburgh on 8/4...Pitched a scoreless frame in debut with Pirates on 8/5 vs. Colorado and was scored upon just once in his first nine appearances thru 8/20...Was scored upon in back-to-back outings on 8/25 and 8/27 before making eight straight scoreless appearances (7.2ip) thru 9/13...Gave up a run in 1.0ip on 9/16 at New York (NL)...Made two scoreless outings to end the season...Went 0-0 with a 3.86 ERA in 23 combined games with Atlanta and Pittsburgh and whiffed 26 batters in 21.0ip...Held opposing hitters to a .156 average (10-for-64) while pitching with the Pirates. 2009 Appeared in 12 games for the Hanshin Tigers of the Japanese Central League...Went hitless in one plate appearance...Was released from his contract with Hanshin on 10/19. 2008 In the 10th inning on 4/3 vs. PIT, Resop faced three batters before moving to LF for one hitter and then returned to the mound to finish the inning...According to Elias, he was the first pitcher to pitch, leave the position and return to pitching in the same game since 7/15/93 with Jeff Nelson did it for SEA at BOS...The last time it was done in the same inning was 6/13/90 [1], when CHC's Les Lancaster did it against NYM...Was designated for assignment on 5/26 and reported to Triple-A Richmond for nine games...Was released on 7/24 and had his contract purchased by the Hanshin Tigers of the Japanese Central League...Appeared in eight games as a pitcher for the Tigers and earned six plate appearances without recording a hit. 2007 Worked in four games for the Angels after his 7/3 recall. All four games came 7/3-8. Placed on the disabled list on 7/13 (retroactive to 7/9) through the end of the season due to right triceps tendinitis. Went a season-high 2.0 IP on 7/4 at TEX, allowing one run on three hits with two strikeouts. Recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake 7/3 and made debut that night at TEX working a scoreless 8th inning. With Salt Lake, registered a 1-3 record and 4.57 ERA (45.1 IP/23 ER) in 27 games. Did not allow an earned run his last eight outings with Bees (14.1 IP). Acquired by Angels from Florida, 11/20/06, in exchange for pitcher Kevin Gregg. 2006 Groomed as a late-inning reliever and sometime closer at Triple-A Albuquerque, Resop went 4-0 wit a 3.81 ERA and two saves in 40 appearances for the Isotopes. Recalled from the Minor Leagues on Sept. 1, the right-hander logged his first win on Sept. 9 at Philadelphia, tossing a scoreless 10th inning. 2005 Registered 15 relief appearances (17.0 IP) for the Marlins while splitting the 2005 season between Carolina (AA) and Florida in just his second full season as a pitcher... posted a 2-0 record and 8.47 ERA with a .324 batting average against for Florida... Selected from Carolina on June 28 and made his Major League debut the same day vs. Atlanta, allowing four runs on four hits in 0.2 innings of work... recorded three straight scoreless appearances in his next three outings, from July 5-10, allowing three hits and one walk with seven strikeouts over 5.2 innings... Collected first career win on September 10 at Philadelphia, tossing a scoreless sixth inning (1 H, 1 SO)... Allowed runs in six of his 15 appearances... three times recorded three consecutive scoreless appearances (July 5-10, July 17-September 10, September 26-October 1)... tossed a season- and career-high 2.2 innings of relief on July 7 vs. Milwaukee, allowing no runs on one hit and one walk with a career-best four strikeouts... finished the season with a win vs. Atlanta on October 1, retiring all three batters he faced in the eighth inning... At Carolina, went 3-2 with 2.57 ERA and 24 saves... set career-highs in games (43), innings pitched (49.0) and saves (24)... held opponents to a .242 (47x194) average and two home runs, recording 56 strikeouts in 49.0 innings pitched... led Carolina in saves and finished second in Florida organization among saves leaders behind Chris Mobley (Greensboro - 34)... Named Best Reliever in Southern League by Baseball America... finished second in the Southern League in saves... selected as Southern League All-Star (North) along with five other Mudcats players... did not appear in the July 13 game. 2004 Played all of season with Class A Greensboro, going 3-1 with 1.94 ERA and 13 saves in 41 games...first full season as pitcher...Held opponent hitters to .173 (26x150) and one home run, compiling 68 strikeouts in 41.2 innings...led club in saves...After beginning season 0-1 with 3.93 ERA and four saves in 19 games in April and May, went 3-0 with 0.39 ERA and nine saves in 22 games over final three months of season...recorded 39 strikeouts and and allowed just three BB in 23.1 innings in June, July and August...allowed just one ER in final 26 games (27.0 IP) of season...Recorded season-high three strikeouts in five games...retired all three batters faced with strikeouts on three occasions, May 29 vs. Charleston (SC), June 1 vs. Asheville and June 26 at Charleston (SC)...Finished 36 games for Bats...suffered only loss of season on May 8 at Savannah, allowing 2 runs (1 ER) on three hits in 0.1 innings. 2003 Began the season as an outfielder before converting to pitcher in July... appeared in 26 games as position player between beginning of season and June 20... batted .191 (17x89) with one home run and eight RBI... hit lone home run of professional career on June 8 in second game of doubleheader at Kannapolis... after second disabled list stint of season, from July 7-23, pitched for first time as pro on July 23 vs. Lakewood, allowing one ER on one hit in 1.0 inning of work... went 0-1 with 4.97 ERA (7 ER in 12.2 IP) as pitcher... recorded season-high four strikeouts in 2.0 innings on July 30 at Charleston (SC). 2002 Spent entire season with the rookie Gulf Coast League Marlins...Batted .264 with 11 RBI in 28 games...Recorded only stolen base of professional career, 8/10 at GCL Dodgers...Appeared in right field (14), left field (5) and as designated hitter (8). 2001 Began professional career as outfielder for the Rookie GCL Marlins and Single-A Utica...Played in 26 games with Gulf Coast League Marlins and batted .116 (10-for-86) with five RBI...Played primarily in right field (74), but also saw time in centerfield (1) and as designated hitter (11)...Promoted to Utica on 8/27 and batted .333 (1-for-3) in two games.