Johnny Cueto

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Johnny Cueto Estadísticas

W-L PCL IL SO WHIP
17-5 2.79 212.2 187 1.08

Johnny Cueto Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

W-L PCL IL SO WHIP
113-75 3.23 1633.0 1358 1.17

Johnny Cueto Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Johnny Cueto
  • Pronunciación: QUAY-toe
  • Nacido: 2/15/1986 en San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic
  • Debut: abril 3, 2008
Más Info Biográfica +
Año G P PCL J Aperturas SV IL SO WHIP
2016 Estadísticas 17 5 2.79 31 31 0 212.2 187 1.08
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 113 75 3.23 257 257 0 1633.0 1358 1.17

Johnny Cueto 2016 Divididas

Duración G P PCL J Aperturas SV IL H CL BB SO WHIP
Últimos 7 Juegos 4 2 2.15 7 7 0 46.0 38 11 11 37 1.07
Últimos 15 Juegos 6 4 3.24 15 15 0 97.1 91 35 21 89 1.15
Últimos 30 Juegos 16 5 2.84 30 30 0 205.2 180 65 44 183 1.09
Duración G P PCL J Aperturas SV IL H CL BB SO WHIP
Últimos 7 Juegos 4 2 2.15 7 7 0 46.0 38 11 11 37 1.07
Últimos 15 Juegos 6 4 3.24 15 15 0 97.1 91 35 21 89 1.15
Últimos 30 Juegos 16 5 2.84 30 30 0 205.2 180 65 44 183 1.09
Últimos 3 Juegos G P SV IL H CL BB SO
9/10 @ ARI 1 0 0 7.0 3 2 2 6
9/15 vs STL 1 0 0 9.0 5 2 1 7
9/20 @ LAD 1 0 0 5.1 8 0 2 6
Últimos 3 Juegos G P SV IL H CL BB SO
9/10 @ ARI 1 0 0 7.0 3 2 2 6
9/15 vs STL 1 0 0 9.0 5 2 1 7
9/20 @ LAD 1 0 0 5.1 8 0 2 6
2016 Juegos por posición: SP (31)

Johnny Cueto Four-seam FB Promedios de Statcast

Año Equipo LG NP Tipo de lanzamiento Pro. de vel. del lanzamiento (mph) Pro. de vel. percibida (mph) Pro. del ritmo de la vuelta (mph) Pro. de extensión (pies) Pro. de vel. del hit (mph)
2016 Giants NL 834 Four-seam FB 92.65 91.44 2293.00 5.69 91.16
MLB Avg - - - Four-seam FB 93.04 92.76 2241.00 6.19 90.13
Año Equipo LG NP Tipo de lanzamiento Pro. de vel. del lanzamiento (mph) Pro. de vel. percibida (mph) Pro. del ritmo de la vuelta (mph) Pro. de extensión (pies) Pro. de vel. del hit (mph)
2016 Giants NL 834 Four-seam FB 92.65 91.44 2293.00 5.69 91.16
MLB Avg - - - Four-seam FB 93.04 92.76 2241.00 6.19 90.13

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Johnny Cueto Pronósticos del 2016

Duración G P PCL J Aperturas JC BL SV OSV IL H C CL H4 GP BB BBI SO WHIP
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0 0 2.57 1 1 0 0 0 0 7.0 6 3 2 1 0 2 0 6 1.14
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17 5 2.79 32 32 5 2 0 0 219.2 192 72 68 16 8 46 1 193 1.08
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0 0 2.57 1 1 0 0 0 0 7.0 6 3 2 1 0 2 0 6 1.14
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17 5 2.79 32 32 5 2 0 0 219.2 192 72 68 16 8 46 1 193 1.08

Johnny Cueto Noticias de Fantasía

28 de septiembre de 2016 a las 12:05 ET

Cueto set to return in final game vs. Rockies

After a successful throwing session, Johnny Cueto (strained left groin) is expected to start for the Giants in their series finale against the Rockies on Thursday.

25 de septiembre de 2016 a las 6:45 ET

Giants hope Cueto can return for Rockies finale

Right-hander Johnny Cueto will test his strained left groin muscle in a throwing session Tuesday at AT&T Park, which will determine when and if he rejoins the Giants' starting rotation.

Premios

Johnny Cueto Premios

World Series Championship

Año Equipo League
2015 Kansas City AL

NL All-Star

Año Equipo League
2014 Cincinnati NL
2016 San Francisco NL

Wilson Defensive Player of the Year

Año Equipo League
2014 Cincinnati NL

NL Player of the Week

Week Equipo League
11/08/2014 Cincinnati NL
29/05/2016 San Francisco NL

Bounceback Player of the Year (GIBBYs)

Año Equipo League
2014 Cincinnati NL

Reds Ernie Lombardi MVP Award

Año Equipo League
2014 Cincinnati NL

Reds Johnny Vander Meer Award

Año Equipo League
2014 Cincinnati NL

SOU Pitcher of the Week

Week Equipo League
02/07/2007 Chattanooga SOU

FSL Pitcher of the Week

Week Equipo League
04/06/2007 Sarasota FSL

FSL Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2007 Sarasota FSL

MID Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2006 Dayton MID

Johnny Cueto Tabla de líderes

Promedio de carreras limpias

Season PCL Rank
2010 3.64 25th in NL
2012 2.78 3rd in NL
2014 2.25 2nd in NL

Ganados

Season G Rank
2010 12 24th in NL
2012 19 3rd in NL
2014 20 2nd in NL

Porcentaje de Ganados

Season WPCT Rank
2010 .632 9th in NL
2012 .679 9th in NL
2014 .690 4th in NL

Ponches

Season SO Rank
2008 158 20th in NL
2012 170 18th in NL
2014 242 1st in NL

WHIP

Season WHIP Rank
2008 1.41 11th in NL
2009 1.36 14th in NL
2010 1.28 24th in NL

Promedio de Bateo en Contra

Season PRO Rank
2008 .264 17th in NL
2009 .262 18th in NL
2010 .257 16th in NL
2012 .252 23rd in NL

Juegos iniciados

Season Aperturas Rank
2012 33 1st in NL
2014 34 1st in NL

Juegos completos

Season JC Rank
2010 1 16th in NL
2011 3 5th in NL
2012 2 4th in NL
2014 4 3rd in NL
2015 1 9th in NL
2015 1 15th in AL

Blanqueadas

Season BL Rank
2010 1 8th in NL
2011 1 6th in NL
2014 2 3rd in NL
2015 1 6th in NL
2015 1 6th in AL

Entradas lanzadas

Season IL Rank
2012 217.0 5th in NL
2014 243.2 1st in NL

Ponches por cada nueve entradas

Season K/9 Rank
2008 8.17 8th in NL
2009 6.93 24th in NL
2014 8.94 9th in NL

Ponches/Bases por bolas

Season K/BB Rank
2008 2.32 22nd in NL
2010 2.46 22nd in NL
2012 3.47 13th in NL
2014 3.72 10th in NL

Bases por bolas

Season BB Rank
2008 68 20th in NL
2014 65 15th in NL

Hits

Season H Rank
2012 205 8th in NL

Jonrón

Season H4 Rank
2008 29 6th in NL
2009 24 11th in NL
2014 22 10th in NL

Johnny Cueto Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
16 de diciembre de 2015 San Francisco Giants agente libre firmado RHP Johnny Cueto.
2 de noviembre de 2015 RHP Johnny Cueto eligio agente libre.
28 de julio de 2015 Kansas City Royals activan a RHP Johnny Cueto.
26 de julio de 2015 Cincinnati Reds cambian a RHP Johnny Cueto and cash a Kansas City Royals for LHP Brandon Finnegan, LHP Cody Reed and LHP John Lamb.
16 de septiembre de 2013 Cincinnati Reds activan a RHP Johnny Cueto de la 60-día lista de deshabilitado.
22 de agosto de 2013 Cincinnati Reds transferido RHP Johnny Cueto de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado a la 60-día lista de deshabilitado. Tightness in his right lat.
29 de junio de 2013 Cincinnati Reds ponen a RHP Johnny Cueto en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado. Tightness in his right lat.
16 de junio de 2013 Cincinnati Reds activan a RHP Johnny Cueto de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
5 de junio de 2013 Cincinnati Reds ponen a RHP Johnny Cueto en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al June 1, 2013. Strained right shoulder.
20 de mayo de 2013 Cincinnati Reds activan a RHP Johnny Cueto de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
9 de mayo de 2013 Cincinnati Reds envian a RHP Johnny Cueto una asignación de rehabilitación a Dayton Dragons.
15 de abril de 2013 Cincinnati Reds ponen a RHP Johnny Cueto en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al April 14, 2013. Strained right lat.
15 de octubre de 2012 Cincinnati Reds activan a RHP Johnny Cueto.
8 de mayo de 2011 Cincinnati Reds activan a RHP Johnny Cueto de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
16 de abril de 2011 envian a RHP Johnny Cueto una asignación de rehabilitación a Louisville Bats.
30 de marzo de 2011 Cincinnati Reds ponen a RHP Johnny Cueto en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al March 22, 2011. Irritation in his right biceps/triceps.
31 de agosto de 2009 Cincinnati Reds activan a RHP Johnny Cueto de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
20 de agosto de 2009 Cincinnati Reds ponen a RHP Johnny Cueto en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al August 16, 2009. Right shoulder inflammation.

Info Biográfica de Johnny Cueto

In 2011 and 2012 received the Johnny Vander Meer Award as the Red's Most Outstanding Pitcher in voting of the local chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America ... in 2012 finished fourth in the BBWAA's Cy Young Award voting and 30th in the MVP voting ... in 57 starts over the 2011 and 2012 seasons, his 2.58era is the third-best in the Major Leagues (Clayton Kershaw 2.40, Justin Verlander 2.52) ... in that span, his ERA never was higher than 2.92 (9/15/12) ... in 47 of those 57 apps allowed 3 runs or fewer ... at age 26 through the end of the 2012 season already had accumulated 60 career victories and 702 strikeouts in 149 starts over 5 seasons ... among all Reds pitchers age 26 or younger, his 702 strikeouts rank fifth (Jim Maloney 1st, 1149) and his 60 wins tie Hod Eller for seventhmost (Pete Donohue 1st, 109) ... among all Reds pitchers over the first 5 seasons of their careers ranks second in strikeouts (Gary Nolan 1st, 727) and seventh in wins (Donohue 1st, 83) ... pitched for the Dominican Republic in the 2009 World Baseball Classic ... in 2006 and 2007 was the Reds' Minor League Pitcher of the Year ... was selected to play in the 2007 Florida State League All-Star Game ... also in 2007 was named Southern League Pitcher of the Week for 6/25-7/1 and Florida State League Pitcher of the Week for 5/28-6/3 ... was the East Division's starting pitcher in the 2006 Midwest League All-Star Game...on 5/13/06, in a rain-shortened 6-0 win at Wisconsin, pitched the first no-hitter in Dayton franchise history (5ip, 2bb, 8k) ... is a student of Reds Hall of Fame pitcher Mario Soto.

2015

Johnny came over to the Royals in a mid-season trade with Cincinnati, which sent left-handed pitcher Brandon Finnegan, John Lamb and Cody Reed to the Reds....Made 13 starts with KC, going 4-7 with a 4.76 ERA with 17 walks and 56 strikeouts in 81.1 innings....Recorded the only complete game shutout by a Royals pitcher last season, firing 9.0 scoreless innings against Detroit on August 10, allowing just four hits...he became the second Royal to throw a shutout in his home debut, joining Eric Rasmussen, who did it on August 6, 1983 in a 4-0 win over the Red Sox... He also became the first Major League pitcher to throw a shutout in both leagues since Cliff Lee did it in 2009 with Philadelphia and Cleveland....Suffered the first five-game losing streak of his career between Aug. 21 and Sept. 13...during that stretch he posted a 9.57 ERA and allowed eight home runs in 26.1 innings (2.73 HR/9.0ip)....Ranked just outside the Major League Top 25 with 19 quality starts....In 14 combined home starts between Kansas City and Cincinnati, Johnny went 6-4 with a 2.96 ERA, holding the opposition to a .220 average at home.... Posted a 7-6 mark and a 2.62 ERA with opponents' batting .196 against him in 19 starts with Cincinnati... Departed the Senior Circuit, ranking fourth in opponents' average (.196), fourth in WHIP (0.96), ninth in innings pitched (130.2), ninth in ERA (2.62) and tied for 11th in strikeouts (120)....Tossed his fifth career shutout on July 7, blanking Washington on two hits (5-0) at Nationals Park.

2014

The Reds' Opening Day starter finished second in the National League Cy Young Award voting, 12th in the MVP Award voting and was a finalist for a Players Choice Award as the league's Outstanding Pitcher...was voted by the players to his first NL All-Star team...received the Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award for his position...for the third time in 4 seasons received the Johnny Vander Meer Award as the Reds' Most Outstanding Pitcher in voting of the local chapter of the BBWAA...also was given the Ernie Lombardi Award as the club's Most Valuable Player, the first Reds pitcher to be named MOP and MVP in the same season since Danny Graves in 2000...became the 24th pitcher in franchise history to win 20 games in a season, the first Reds pitcher with 20 wins since Danny Jackson in 1988 (23-8) and the first Reds righthander since Sammy Ellis (22-10) and Jim Maloney (20-9) both won 20 games in 1965...Cueto was the victim blown saves 3 times...led the National League in starts (tied), innings pitched, strikeouts (tied w/ Wsh's Stephen Strasburg), opponents' batting average (.194) and day ERA (1.52) while ranking second in ERA and T2nd in wins...overall ranked among the league leaders in the Top 4 in 12 statistical categories...became the first Reds pitcher to lead the league in innings pitched since Bronson Arroyo in 2006 (240.2), the first Red to lead the NL or share the lead in strikeouts since Aaron Harang in 2006 (216) and only the third Reds pitcher since 1900 to lead the NL in both innings and strikeouts in the same season (Noodles Hahn in 1901, Bucky Walters in 1939)...since divisional play began in 1969, is only the sixth National League pitcher to produce in a season at least 20 wins, 242 strikeouts and an ERA under 2.30 (Clayton Kershaw 2011, Dwight Gooden 1985, Tom Seaver 1971, Steve Carlton 1972, Bob Gibson 1968&1969)...is 1 of only 2 pitchers in Reds history since 1900 to produce at least 20 wins and 242 strikeouts in a season (Jim Maloney) and 1 of only 3 Reds to produce at least 243.2 innings and 242 strikeouts (Jim Maloney, Mario Soto)...Cueto's 2.25era was the lowest by any Reds qualifying pitcher since Gary Nolan's 1.99 in 1972 and the lowest by a Reds pitcher with at least 33 starts since Dolf Luque's 1.93 mark in 1923...his career-high 242 strikeouts tied Mario Soto (1983) for the fourth-most in franchise history...was named NL Player of the Week for 8/4-8/10, his first career weekly honor, following a 9-2 win at Cle and a 7-2 win vs Mia...became the first Reds pitcher to make 3 straight Opening Day starts since RHP Aaron Harang did it for 5 straight years from 2006-2010 and suffered the 1-0 loss vs StL on Yadier Molina's seventh-inning, solo HR...in 18 starts this season at Great American Ball Park went 13-4, 1.71...in 90 career starts at GABP is 45-21, 3.01...this season went 12-5 in 21 starts following Reds losses...in 25 of his 34 starts allowed 2 runs or fewer...in his 34 apps produced career-high 29 quality starts...over the last 3 seasons is 5-0, 1.46 (37ip, 6er) in the 5 starts he's made in the rubber match of a series...became the first pitcher in Major League history, since 1900, to throw at least 7.0 innings while allowing 5 hits or fewer in each of his first 9 apps of the season...since the earned run became an of?cial statistic (1912 in NL, 1913 in AL), through the first 9 starts of a season no Major League pitcher ever produced an ERA and opponents' BA as low as Cueto's totals (1.25, .135)...from 7/8-8/15 produced a career-high 7-game winning streak that included a 5-start winning streak from 7/26-8/15, which tied his career high (7/8-8/2, 2012)...in 3 straight starts from 4/16-4/27 threw a pair of 3-hitters in 4-0 and 4-1 wins vs the Pirates, followed by 8.0 shutout innings in a 10-inning, 1-0 loss on 4/27 at Atl...was part of a stretch in which he allowed just 1 run in 31 innings over 5 starts (4/11-5/3), including a career-high 21-inning scoreless streak from 4/11-4/22 that was snapped in the second win at Pit on a solo HR by Andrew McCutchen with 1 out in the ninth inning...became the first Reds pitcher to throw consecutive complete games since Mat Latos did it in June 2012...came within 2 outs and McCutchen's HR of becoming the first Reds pitcher to throw consecutive shutouts since Tom Seaver did it in September 1977...in the sixth inning on 4/22 at Pit reached 1,000 innings in his career...became the first pitcher since Tom Browning (1984-89) to record his first 1,000 career innings while pitching for the Reds...in the season finale, a 4-1 win vs Pit, earned his 20th victory by driving in the go-ahead run in the bottom of the eighth inning...Aroldis Chapman in the ninth allowed a hit but then struck out the side, his 12th save of the season for Cueto...made only 4 spring training starts (1-1, 4.61) because of irritation in his right scapula.

2013

The Reds' Opening Day starter made just 11 starts around 3 stints on the disabled list with a strained right lat (4/15-5/19, 6/5-6/15, 6/29-9/15)...went 1-0, 2.60 in his first 3 starts of the season before he was disabled on 4/15...went 2-0, 1.80 in 3 starts in May before he was disabled again on 6/5...made 3 more starts in June (1-2, 7.15) and went back on the DL on 6/29...returned on 9/16 and in 2 starts the rest of the season went 1-0, 0.75...on Opening Day earned no decision in the 13-inning, 3-1 loss vs LAA but his 9 strikeouts were the most by a Reds pitcher on Opening Day since Mario Soto had 10k in 1982 vs Cubs...Reds pitchers produced 17 strikeouts total, a club record for Opening Day...started the Wild Card playoff at Pit and suffered the 6-2 loss.

2012 The Reds' Opening Day starter finished fourth in the BBWAA's National League Cy Young Award voting and was a finalist for the Players Choice Outstanding Pitcher Award ... finished 30th in the BBWAA's MVP voting ... for the second straight season received the Johnny Vander Meer Award as the club's Most Outstanding Pitcher ... was part of a staff in which 5 pitchers started 161 of the club's 162g (Bronson Arroyo, Homer Bailey, Mat Latos, Mike Leake) ... the Reds became only the eighth team in Major League history to produce 5 pitchers with at least 30 starts each (1977 Dodgers, 1980 A's, 1993 Dodgers, 2003 Mariners, 2005 Cardinals, 2005 Indians, 2006 White Sox) ... the Reds used 6 or fewer starting pitchers in a season for only the fourth time since 1900 (1900, 1942, 1951, 2012) and were the only team in the Major Leagues in 2012 to use as few as 6 starting pitchers ... individually he ranked among the NL leaders in wins (3rd), ERA (3rd), starts (T1st), innings pitched (5th), home ERA (2.79, 9th), road ERA (2.77, 3rd), day ERA (1.99, 2nd), fewest walks per 9ip (2.0, 9th), winning percentage (.679, 10th) and hit batsmen (12, 2nd) ... as a batter, tied Phillies OF Juan Pierre for the National League lead in sacrifice bunts (17) ... established career highs in starts, quality starts (23), wins, innings pitched and strikeouts ... led the staff in wins, starts, quality starts and innings pitched ... his 2.78era was the lowest by a Reds pitcher since Jose Rijo's 2.48 in 1993 ... his 19 wins were the most by a Reds pitcher since LHP Danny Jackson in 1988 (23-8, 2.73) and the most by a Reds RHP since Jack Billingham in 1974 (19-11, 3.94) ... became the first Reds pitcher with at least 19 wins and an ERA below 3.00 since Jackson in '88 and the first righthander since Jim Maloney in 1965 (20-9, 2.54) ... when he earned the 5-2 victory on 8/28 at Ari became the first Reds pitcher to become the Major Leagues' first 17-game winner since Ewell Blackwell in 1947 ... in his first 3 starts after that victory went 0-3, 8.22 but then in his last 3 starts of the year went 2-0, 1.35 ... his bid for a 20- win season fell short when he left his final start at Pit trailing, 3-2 (4-3 win) ... in 12 of his 33 starts allowed 0 or 1 run, in 20-33 starts allowed 2 runs or fewer and in 26-33 starts allowed 3 runs or fewer ... started 5 of the Reds' 12 team shutout wins ... started the Reds' 5-3 win on 9/20 at Chi in which they clinched a Wild Card berth ... the Reds went 22-11 in his 33 starts and scored 125 runs (3.79 r/g) ... from 6/12-7/22 threw 23.0 consecutive scoreless innings at home, the second-longest scoreless streak ever at GABP (Carlos Zambrano, 30ip, 7/29/07-4/10/10) ... had 11 pickoffs, 1 behind Major League leader Clayton Kershaw, and all 5 baserunners attempting to steal second or third were thrown out ... in his 17 starts in day games went 12-2, including an 11-0 start, and ranked second in the National League with a 1.99 day ERA (Kris Medlin, 1.93) ... in his 16 starts at night went 7-7, 3.65 ... his 12 wins in day games were the most by a Reds pitcher in a season since Ken Raffensberger went 12-9 in 1951 ... since 1921, Cueto is the only Reds pitcher to begin a season by winning his first 11 day decisions and the first Major League pitcher to do it since NYY's Andy Pettitte won his first 11 day game decisions in 1996 ... between home runs to Col's Todd Helton in the second inning on 5/25 and SD's Eddy Rodriguez in the third on 8/2, both at Great American Ball Park, made 11 starts and threw 80.0 innings without allowing a homer ... was the second-longest homerless streak in the Major Leagues in 2012 (Josh Beckett, 80.1) and according to Elias Sports Bureau the longest by a Reds pitcher since Bruce Berenyi threw 85.1 homerless innings from 6/19-8/24, 1982 ... Rodriguez' HR on 8/2 also snapped a streak in which Cueto hadn't allowed a home run to a righthanded batter in 169 innings, since Ryan Zimmerman homered in the ninth inning on 8/17/11 at Wsh ... from 7/8-8/2 won 5 straight starts for the first time in his career ... his 4-0 record prior to the 6-2 loss on 5/15 at Atl was the best start of his career ... in the first Opening Day start of his career threw 7.0 shutout innings to earn the 4-0 win vs Mia ... was the first Reds homegrown pitcher to start Opening Day since Brett Tomko in 1999 ... in the 2-1 win on 5/9 at Mil was the starting pitcher in Dusty Baker's 1,500th victory as a Major League manager ... was scratched from a scheduled start on 7/15 vs StL because of a blister on his right index finger but started 2 days later vs Ari and threw 6.0 shutout innings in that 4-0 win ... in Game 1 of the Division Series at SF left the 5-2 victory after 1 batter and 8 pitches with a strained right oblique ... was the fewest number of batters faced by a starting pitcher in a Postseason game in Major League history ... the previous record was held by Wsh's Curly Odgen, who faced 2 batters in Game 7 of the 1924 World Series vs the New York Giants ... prior to Game 4 was replaced on the NLDS roster by Mike Leake, who suffered that night's 8-3 loss. 2011 Was voted by the local chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America the Johnny Vander Meer Award as the club's Most Outstanding Pitcher...posted a sterling 2.31era in 24 starts around injuries that began and ended his season...began the year on the 15- day disabled list with irritation in his right biceps/triceps...following 4 rehab apps for Louisville (4/16-5/1), made all 24 of his apps for the Reds between 5/8-9/14 before he suffered a strained right latissimus dorsi muscle 46 pitches and 3.2 innings into his final start (9/14 vs Cubs)...through his final appearance led the Major Leagues in ERA but fell 6.0 innings shy of qualifying for the official title...Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw of the Dodgers led the NL with a 2.28era...Cueto was trying to become the first Reds pitcher to lead the NL in ERA since Ed Heusser in 1944 (2.38)...he did pitch enough innings to qualify for the league leaders in ERA in the day (2.01, 1st), complete games (3, T5th) and ERA on the road (2.98, 9th)...Cueto's season ERA never was higher than 2.36...allowed 3 runs or fewer in 21 of his 24 starts...allowed 2 runs or fewer in 13 of his 24 starts...threw 1 shutout and 3 of the staff's 4 complete games, a single-season career high...produced 9 wins and 5 times was the victim of blown saves, most on the staff...tied Mike Leake for the team lead with 18 quality starts...from 5/24-7/20 threw 11 straight quality starts, the longest quality start streak by a Reds pitcher since Bronson Arroyo made quality apps in his final 13 starts of the 2009 season...in his 24 starts threw at least 7.0 innings 14 times, most on the staff, and at least 8.0 innings 4 times...in his 24 starts the Reds went 16-8 and scored 120 runs (5.00 r/g)...over starts on 8/11 vs Col and 8/17 at Wsh produced a season-best 15.0-inning scoreless streak...on 6/14 at LAD earned the 3-2 victory in his 100th career start...at 25 years old became the youngest Reds pitcher to reach 100 starts since 23-year-old Don Gullett in 1974...began the season with a 13-inning scoreless streak until StL's Jon Jay hit a 3-run HR on 5/14 that followed a pair of 1-out Reds errors...made 4 apps in spring training before the onset of the biceps/triceps injury...was reinstated from the DL on 5/8 and that afternoon at Wrigley Field made his season debut by throwing 6+ scoreless innings to earn the 2-0 win. 2010 Established career highs in victories (12) and innings pitched (185.2) and tied his career high with 31 starts...his .632 winning percentage was 10th-best in the National League...led the staff in strikeouts (138)...made 18 quality starts, including QS in 6 of his last 7 apps as the Reds battled for the NL Central Division championship...6 times was the victim of blown saves, the second-highest total for any pitcher in the Major Leagues (Fla's Josh Johnson, 7bs)...the club was shut out in 3 of his 7 losses...in his 31 starts the Reds went 16-15 and scored 146 runs (4.71 r/g)...from 8/13-8/20 was suspended for 7g for his participation in an on-field incident with StL on 8/10 that led to the ejections of both managers and fines for 4 other players... the Reds won all 7g in his absence...in 8 starts after he was reinstated from that suspension went 1-4, 4.47 with 6 quality starts...in 9 starts from 4/30-6/12 went 6-0, 4.02 and 3 times was the victim of blown saves...the 6-game winning streak was a career high, the longest by a Reds pitcher in 2010 and the longest by a Reds pitcher since Paul Wilson won 7 straight decisions from 4/7-5/25, 2004...also had a 5-game winning streak from 6/23-8/4 (5-0, 1.55)...received votes for National League Pitcher of the Month for May (5gs, 4-0, 1.59, 1sho)...in the 9-0 win on 5/11 at Pit threw a 1-hitter for his first career complete game (0bb, 8k, 102 pitches, 67 strikes)...became the first Reds pitcher to throw a 1-hitter since LHP John Smiley did it on 9/22/96/g2 vs StL and the first Reds righthander since Tim Pugh on 9/23/93 at SD...became only the third Reds pitcher since 1900 to throw a shutout while allowing 1 hit or fewer, 0 walks and 8 strikeouts, joining Smiley (9/22/96/ g2 vs StL) and RHP Jose Rijo (9/25/93 at Col)...on 5/22 at Cle left after 6.0 innings with a blister on his right index finger but didn't miss a start...recorded at least 1 strikeout in each of first 71 career starts, then twice in his next 6 starts didn't record a strikeout (6/1 at StL, 6/28 vs Phi)...produced a pair of season-best 13.0-inning scoreless streaks (6/23-6/28, 7/19-7/30)...started Game 3 of the National League Division Series vs Phi and suffered the 2-0 loss... Phillies starter Cole Hamels threw a 5-hit complete game (0bb, 9k). 2009 Ranked second on the staff to Bronson Arroyo in victories (11), starts (30) and innings pitched (171.ip) and second to Aaron Harang in strikeouts (132)...ranked second in the Major Leagues with a team-high 14 hit batsmen (Milwaukee's Dave Bush, 15)...from 8/20-8/31 was on the disabled list with inflammation in his right shoulder...after he came off the DL went 3-1, 3.63 in his final 6 starts...missed a start on 9/17 vs Fla with a throat infection...on 8/10 at StL left his start with a tight left hip flexor but did not miss his next scheduled appearance...had 14 quality starts, including 2 strings of 5 consecutive quality starts (4/22-5/13, 5/24-6/14)...in his 30 starts the Reds went 16-14 and scored 127 runs (4.23 r/g)...once was the victim of a blown save...in 10 of his 30 starts threw at least 7.0 innings and in 19 of his 30 starts threw at least 6.0 innings...contended for a spot on the National League All-Star staff after going 8-4, 2.69 in his first 16 starts of the season but in his last 2 apps prior to the break allowed 13 earned runs in 5.2 innings...in his next 8 starts following that 8-4 start, from 7/6-8/15, he went 0-6, 10.64 until he went on the DL...snapped that losing streak with a 6-3 win on 8/31 vs Pit...in 5 starts from 4/22-5/13 went 4-0, 1.25...the 4-game winning streak was the longest of his career...in each of 4 starts from 4/22-5/8 threw at least 7.0 innings while allowing no more than 1 run, the longest streak of that kind by a Reds pitcher since Tim Belcher had a 4-game stretch from 5/27-6/13, 1992...started the Dominican Republic's second game of the World Baseball Classic and threw 4.2 scoreless innings to earn the 9-0 win vs Panama in the San Juan bracket (4.2 IP, 3 H, 1 BB, 5 K). 2008 In his Major League debut went 9-14, 4.81 in 31 starts...led all National League rookie pitchers in strikeouts (158) and ranked among the NL rookie leaders in ERA (8th), starts (31, T1st), wins (9, T2nd), innings pitched (174.0, 4th) and opponents' BA (.264, 6th)...averaged 8.2 strikeouts per 9 innings to rank eighth among all NL pitchers...became the first Reds rookie to make 30 starts since Tom Browning in 1988 (38gs) and the first Reds rookie righthander to make 30 starts since Gary Nolan in 1967 (32gs)...produced 14 quality apps...in his 31 starts the Reds went 12-19 and scored 118 runs (3.81 r/g)...on 8/24 at Col left his start after 3.0 innings with a posterior strain in his right elbow...didn't pitch again until 9/6 but made 4 more starts to finish the season (1-2, 6.16)...on 4/3 vs Ari made his Major League debut at 22 years, 48 days old and earned the 3-2 victory (7ip, 1h, 1er, 0bb, 10k)...became the first pitcher in modern Major League history to debut with at least 10 strikeouts and 0 walks, the first Reds pitcher since 1900 to record 10 strikeouts in his ML debut and only the third pitcher to win his ML debut while allowing 1 hit and recording at least 10 strikeouts (Steve Woodard in 1997, Juan Marichal in 1960)...retired his first 15 batters and allowed only 1 baserunner overall, Justin Upton homered leading off the sixth...in his second start, on 4/8 at Mil, had 8 strikeouts without a walk in 6.1 innings...became the first pitcher since 1900 to record as many as 18 strikeouts without a walk in his first 2 career starts...threw 16.0 innings and recorded 22 strikeouts before issuing his first career walk, to Pit's Nate McLouth on 4/13 in his third start...on 6/11 vs StL issued 8 walks, the most by a Reds pitcher since LHP Steve Avery had 9 walks in 7.0 innings on 6/29/99 vs Ari and the most by a Reds righthander since Bruce Berenyi had 8 walks in 6.2 innings on 4/17/82 at SF...in the 18-inning, 12-9 loss on 5/25 at SD was the only player on the Reds' roster who didn't appear because he was scheduled to pitch the next game 2 days later...on 5/11 at NYM started for the Reds in their final game at Shea Stadium and suffered the 8-3 loss...on 5/16 vs Cle took a no-hitter and a 3-0 lead into the sixth inning but then allowed leadoff back-to-back HR to Casey Blake and pinch-hitter Travis Hafner and another solo homer to Johnny Peralta 1 out later...as a batter produced 2 hits, including an RBI-single off Doug Waechter on 6/6 at Fla and a bunt single off CC Sabathia on 9/20 vs Mil...was 1 of 10 Reds players to make his Major League debut, joining IF Paul Janish, OF Jay Bruce, LHP Daniel Ray Herrera, RHP Daryl Thompson, IF Adam Rosales, OF Chris Dickerson, RHP Ramon Ramirez, C/IF/OF Wilkin Castillo and RHP Josh Roenicke...was 1 of 5 non-roster invitees to make the Opening Day roster (Paul Bako, Mike Lincoln, Kent Mercker, Corey Patterson)...during spring training wore uniform number 77...entered the season rated by Baseball America as the fourth-best prospect in the organization and the 34th-best prospect in baseball...made 1 regular season start for Aguilas in the Dominican Winter League before joining that team's staff for the playoffs. 2007 For the second straight season was named the organization's Minor League Pitcher of the Year...in 28 starts at 3 different levels combined to go 12-9, 3.07 with 170 strikeouts in 161.1 innings...were his first stints at Class AA and AAA...led all Reds minor leaguers in ERA and strikeouts and ranked third in victories...finished the season rated by Baseball America as the fourth-best prospect in the Southern League and the fifth-best prospect in the Florida State League...was selected to play in the Florida State League All- Star Game...was SL Pitcher of the Week for 6/25-7/1 and FSL Pitcher of the Week for 5/28-6/3...in Baseball America's post-season tools survey, his control and slider were rated the best in the organization....following the season pitched for Aguilas in the Dominican Winter League (6gs, 4-1, 2.84, 31.2ip, 31h, 7bb, 37k). 2006 Was the organization's Minor League Pitcher of the Year after finishing 15-3, 3.00 in 26 starts at Class A Dayton and Sarasota...led all Reds minor leaguers with 15 wins and finished second in the organization with 143 strikeouts...led the Midwest League with 2 shutouts...was the East Division's starting pitcher in the Midwest League All-Star Game (1ip, 3h, 1r, 1k)...was named Reds Minor League Pitcher of the Month for April (4gs, 2-1, 3.15) and May (6gs, 3-0, 2.45)...from 5/13-5/30 pitched 21 consecutive scoreless innings...on 5/13, in a rain-shortened 6-0 win at Wisconsin, pitched the first no-hitter in Dayton franchise history (5ip, 2bb, 8k)... in his 2 starts following that no-hitter went 2-0 and allowed just 3 hits over 14.0 scoreless innings (1cg, 14k, 0bb)...on 6/27 was promoted to Class A Sarasota...in his final 5 starts with Sarasota went 5-0, 0.30...following the season was rated by Baseball America as the 12th-best prospect in the Midwest League and 14th-best prospect in the Florida State League...played for Cibaenas in the Dominican Winter League. 2005 Spent most of the season with the Rookie GCL Reds but also made 2 apps with Class A Sarasota.