Jo-Jo Reyes

Jo-Jo Reyes

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  • 6' 2"/230
  • Edad: 31

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Jo-Jo Reyes Estadísticas

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Jo-Jo Reyes Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

W-L PCL IL SO WHIP
13-26 6.04 335.0 215 1.64

Jo-Jo Reyes Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Joseph Albert Reyes
  • Nacido: 11/20/1984 en West Covina, CA
  • Draft: 2003, Atlanta Braves, 2nd rd. (43rd overall)
  • Preparatoria: Riverside Polytechnic, Riverside, CA
  • Debut: julio 7, 2007
Más Info Biográfica +
Año G P PCL J Aperturas SV IL SO WHIP
2015 Estadísticas 1 0 0.00 1 0 0 0.1 0 0.00
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 13 26 6.04 71 62 0 335.0 215 1.64

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Fantasía

Premios

Jo-Jo Reyes Premios

MEX Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2015 Campeche MEX

EAS Pitcher of the Week

Week Equipo League
19/07/2010 New Hampshire EAS

SOU Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2007 Mississippi SOU

CAR Pitcher of the Week

Week Equipo League
09/07/2006 Myrtle Beach CAR

SAL Pitcher of the Week

Week Equipo League
07/05/2006 Rome SAL

SAL Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2006 Rome SAL

Jo-Jo Reyes Tabla de líderes

Juegos completos

Season JC Rank
2011 1 20th in AL

Jonrón

Season H4 Rank
2011 21 21st in AL

Jo-Jo Reyes Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
3 de febrero de 2016 LHP Jo-Jo Reyes asignado a New Orleans Zephyrs.
22 de enero de 2016 Miami Marlins agente libre firmado LHP Jo-Jo Reyes con un contrato de la ligas menores.
13 de octubre de 2015 LHP Jo-Jo Reyes eligio agente libre.
9 de octubre de 2015 Los Angeles Angels designado LHP Jo-Jo Reyes para la asignación.
30 de septiembre de 2015 Los Angeles Angels seleccionado el contrato de LHP Jo-Jo Reyes de Salt Lake Bees.
16 de junio de 2015 Los Angeles Angels agente libre firmado LHP Jo-Jo Reyes con un contrato de la ligas menores.
16 de junio de 2015 LHP Jo-Jo Reyes asignado a Salt Lake Bees.
15 de junio de 2015 Piratas de Campeche liberan a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes.
1 de abril de 2015 Piratas de Campeche agente libre firmado LHP Jo-Jo Reyes.
15 de agosto de 2014 Lehigh Valley IronPigs liberan a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes.
19 de julio de 2014 Lehigh Valley IronPigs activan a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes de la 7-día lista de deshabilitado.
9 de julio de 2014 Philadelphia Phillies agente libre firmado LHP Jo-Jo Reyes con un contrato de la ligas menores.
9 de julio de 2014 LHP Jo-Jo Reyes asignado a Lehigh Valley IronPigs.
22 de enero de 2013 Los Angeles Angels liberan a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes.
13 de noviembre de 2012 Los Angeles Angels agente libre firmado LHP Jo-Jo Reyes con un contrato de la ligas menores y invitado a spring training.
2 de noviembre de 2012 LHP Jo-Jo Reyes eligio agente libre.
15 de agosto de 2012 Indianapolis Indians activan a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes de la 7-día lista de deshabilitado.
12 de agosto de 2012 envian a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes una asignación de rehabilitación a State College Spikes.
27 de julio de 2012 Indianapolis Indians ponen a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes en la 7-día lista de deshabilitado.
25 de julio de 2012 Indianapolis Indians activan a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes de la 7-día lista de deshabilitado.
17 de julio de 2012 envian a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes una asignación de rehabilitación a GCL Pirates.
25 de mayo de 2012 Indianapolis Indians ponen a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes en la 7-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al May 23, 2012.
5 de abril de 2012 LHP Jo-Jo Reyes asignado a Indianapolis Indians.
4 de enero de 2012 Pittsburgh Pirates agente libre firmado LHP Jo-Jo Reyes con un contrato de la ligas menores y invitado a spring training.
12 de diciembre de 2011 LHP Jo-Jo Reyes eligio agente libre.
3 de agosto de 2011 Baltimore Orioles activan a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes.
2 de agosto de 2011 Baltimore Orioles reclamado LHP Jo-Jo Reyes fuera de waivers de Toronto Blue Jays.
23 de julio de 2011 Toronto Blue Jays designado Jo-Jo Reyes para la asignación.
13 de octubre de 2010 Toronto Blue Jays activan a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes.
22 de julio de 2010 Jo-Jo Reyes estado en la lista cambian a por New Hampshire Fisher Cats.
16 de julio de 2010 LHP Jo-Jo Reyes asignado a New Hampshire Fisher Cats de Toronto Blue Jays.
14 de julio de 2010 Dunedin Blue Jays cambian a SS Tyler Pastornicky a Mississippi Braves; Atlanta Braves cambian a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes and SS Yunel Escobar a Toronto Blue Jays; Toronto Blue Jays cambian a SS Alex Gonzalez a Atlanta Braves and New Hampshire Fisher Cats cambian a LHP Tim Collins a Mississippi Braves.
16 de mayo de 2010 Atlanta Braves opcionado Jo-Jo Reyes para Gwinnett Braves.
16 de mayo de 2010 LHP Jo-Jo Reyes asignado a Gwinnett Braves.
14 de mayo de 2010 envian a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes una asignación de rehabilitación a Gwinnett Braves.
15 de abril de 2010 Jo-Jo Reyes estado en la lista cambian a por Atlanta Braves.
19 de octubre de 2009 Atlanta Braves activan a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes.
16 de julio de 2009 Atlanta Braves opcionado Jo-Jo Reyes para Gwinnett Braves.
9 de junio de 2009 Atlanta Braves envian a LHP Jo-Jo Reyes una asignación de rehabilitación a Gwinnett Braves.
21 de mayo de 2009 Jo-Jo Reyes estado en la lista cambian a por Atlanta Braves.
18 de abril de 2009 Atlanta Braves llamado LHP Jo-Jo Reyes de Gwinnett Braves.

Info Biográfica de Joseph Albert Reyes

Joseph Albert (Jo-Jo) Reyes...Wife's name is Jamie...Has two children; daughter Payton (9/3/09) and son Hudson (9/2/11)...Is a 2003 graduate of Riverside (CA) Poly High School, where he played baseball. 2011 Posted career highs in wins (seven), games (29), starts (25), innings pitched (140.2) and strikeouts (87) while splitting the season between Toronto and Baltimore...Began season with Toronto and received a no-decision (3.1ip/5er) in his first start in the fourth team game on 4/5 vs. Oakland...Lost his first four decisions thru 5/25...Tossed his first Major League complete game - an eight-hitter - in an 11-1 victory vs. Cleveland on 5/30...Posted a 3.35 ERA (37.2ip/14er) in six starts during the month of May...Won three of his four starts from 5/30 thru 6/17...Lost back-to-back starts on 6/22 and 6/28, but won two his last three starts with the Blue Jays...Made final start with Toronto on 7/22 at Texas...Was claimed off waivers by Baltimore on 8/2...Made first appearance with the Orioles in relief on 8/3 at Kansas City and retired both batters he faced...Suffered loss in first start with Baltimore on 8/9 vs. Chicago (AL)...Was victorious in his next start on 8/14 vs. Detroit...Notched second win with the Orioles on 8/25 at Minnesota...Suffered loss while making final start on 8/31 vs. Toronto...Finished season making three relief appearances (6.1ip/3er); gave up all three runs in 1.0ip on 9/18 vs. Los Angeles (AL)...Went 1-for-4 at the plate while batting in two games with Toronto. 2010 Began the season with the Atlanta Braves, making one appearance on Apr. 12 before being sent to Gwinnett (AAA) on May 14 where he made 12 appearances (10 starts)... Was acquired on July 14 along with Yunel Escobar in exchange for LHP Tim Collins, IF Tyler Pastornicky and SS Alex Gonzalez... QUITE THE DEBUT: In his first start with New Hampshire (AA) July 16, carried a no-hitter into the eighth inning before surrendering a one-out double... Was named Eastern League Pitcher of the Week (ending July 18) for his near no-hit performance... Was shut down for the season after his second start with the Fisher Cats with a right knee injury. 2009 Started the season with Triple-A Gwinnett before his 4/18 promotion to Atlanta...Made five Major League starts (0-2, 6.58 ERA) before moving to the bullpen for an additional appearance...Tossed 27.0 innings for Atlanta before an injury to his right hamstring landed him on the disabled list from 5/21-7/12...Made one rehab start on 6/9 before re-injuring his hamstring and was out until 7/7...Made two additional rehab starts before he was optioned back to Gwinnett for his 7/17 start. 2008 Appeared in a career-high 23 games (22 starts) and set career highs in all categories in his first year with the majority spent in the major leagues. ...Finished the season on a career-high seven-game losing streak, dating back to 6/23 vs. MIL. Had a 7.81 ERA (53.0 IP/46 ER) in 12 starts and one relief appearance during the streak. The last Brave to lose at least seven straight decisions was Marty Clary in 1990 when he lost eight. ...Atlanta lost 11 consecutive games started by Reyes from 6/23-9/19 during his losing streak (6/23-through the end of the season). It marked the first time the Braves dropped 11 consecutive games started by a particular pitcher since they lost 11 straight started by Rick Mahler spanning the 1987 and 1988 seasons. ...Jo-Jo was 2-5 with a 6.89 ERA in 11 home starts this season and 1-6 with a 4.97 ERA in 12 appearances (11 starts) on the road. ...Tailed off after the All-Star break when he was 0-3 with a 8.92 ERA in nine games. Prior to the break, he was 3-8 with a 4.40 ERA in 14 games. ...In his 11 losses this season, Atlanta scored 18 total runs (1.6/game). ...Got a ND on 9/19 vs. NYM despite allowing five runs in 3.1 IP of a 9-5 loss. It was the eighth time in 21 starts he failed to go 5.0 IP. ...Extended his losing streak to seven games as Atlanta dropped a 5-0 decision in Game 2 on 9/13 at NYM. Jo-Jo lasted a career-low 2.0 IP. ...Pitched 6.0 solid innings (4 H/1 ER) on 9/7 vs. WSH but earned the ND. Exited the game with ATL leading 4-1 only to see the bullpen surrender the lead in the 8th inning and eventually lose the game 7-4 in 13 innings. ...Allowed four runs in 4.0 IP on 8/30 at WSH, blowing a 4-0 lead after three innings by allowing two runs in the fourth and another two runs in the fifth without recording an out. He got a ND in a 9-8 Nats' win. ...Picked up his sixth straight loss on 8/24 at STL when he allowed six runs (5 ER) in 5.2 IP of a 6-3 loss. ...Was recalled from Richmond (AAA) for the third time this season on 8/19 and later went six innings in a ND at NYM (2 R, 4 H, 3 BB, 5 K). ...After being optioned on 7/28, went 0-0 with a 3.94 ERA and allowed 2 HR in three starts at Richmond from 8/1-11 (16.0 IP/7 ER). ...In eight games (all starts) with the R-Braves, Jo-Jo was 1-1 with a 2.31 ERA (39.0 IP/10 ER) and held opponents to a .083 average w/RISP. ...After a two-hour rain delay in the second inning, he made his second career relief appearance (9/4/07 vs. PHI) on 7/27 at PHI. Allowed five runs on four hits, including two HR and four walks in 2.2 IP of a ND. ...Extended his losing streak to five games on 7/20 vs. WSH. Tied season-low 2.1 IP, allowing six runs on seven hits in the 15-6 loss. ...Lost his fourth consecutive start on 7/11 at SD in the Braves 4-0 defeat. Jo-Jo surrendered two runs on five hits in 4.0 innings. ...Dropped a 6-1 decision to HOU on 7/5, allowing 4 R in 4.1 IP. The Astros scored two in the first inning and two in the second, all with two outs. ...Went 2-0 with a 2.00 ERA (27.0 IP/6 ER) in four interleague starts. ...Lost for the second time in a 1-0 game on 6/29 at TOR. Jo-Jo went 7.0 innings and allowed just one run, in the sixth inning. ...Went a career-high 8.0 IP on 6/13 at LAA and picked up the win, 5-2. He didn't allow a runner to reach second base over his last 5.1 IP. ...Got the loss on 6/7 vs. PHI despite going a then-career-high 7.1 IP and throwing a career-high 109 pitches in a 6-2 loss. The game was 2-2 after six innings, but he allowed two eighth-inning runs. ...Pitched seven shutout innings on 5/28 at MIL before allowing a leadoff walk in the eighth that eventually scored (for the final score of 1-0). Allowed just two hits and had a career-high nine strikeouts, cutting his season ERA by a full point, from 5.84 to 4.83. ...Dropped his record to 2-2 when he suffered an 11-1 defeat to Arizona on 5/23. He allowed a career-high three HR, including two in the first inning. ...Allowed five ER in a 5-4 loss on 5/13 at PHI. He did not allow a walk for the first time this season, but the 11 hits surrendered was a career high. ...On 5/8 vs. SD he got a ND after being forced to leave the game in the third inning with a developing blister on his left index finger. ...Went 1-1 with a 1.17 ERA in five starts with the R-Braves before being recalled for the second time on 5/3, with the other recall: 4/3-6 (no app.). ...Had 20 consecutive scoreless innings to start the season at Richmond from 4/8 until the seventh inning of his fourth start on 4/24 vs. NOR. 2007 Made the jump from Mississippi (AA) to Richmond (AAA) to Atlanta after never pitching above Single-A. Over his last five outings (four starts) dating back to 8/26, he was 2-1 with a 3.08 ERA (9 ER/26.1 IP) with 11 walks and 19 strikeouts. Left-handed batters hit just .129 (4-for-31) and right-handed hitters hit .317 (51-for-161) off him. Had his best outing of the season in his final start on 9/28 at HOU, picking up his second career win while throwing a career-high 6.2 IP and 106 pitches in a 7-2 Atlanta win. Posted his first career win with a 4-3 victory over Florida on 9/18. Jo-Jo threw a career-high 100 pitches and fanned a career-best seven batters in 5.0 innings of work. He allowed three hits and three walks. The Braves lost each of Jo-Jo's first eight appearances (covering seven starts and one relief outing). Was recalled 8/21 from Richmond for the second time. Made five starts for Atlanta from 7/6 to 8/3. Made his first career relief appearance on 9/4 vs. PHI (3.1 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 4 BB) in a 5-2 loss. Had one of his best outings on 8/26 at STL, allowing just two earned runs in six innings, but lost 4-1. Went without walking a batter for the first time while fanning a then-career-best six hitters. Had a 3-0 lead after two innings at CIN on 8/21, but could not get out of the third inning, allowing five runs on five hits in just 2.2 IP. Atlanta lost the game 8-7. Left with a 2-1 lead in the sixth inning vs. STL on 7/22, but did not get a decision after the bullpen blew the lead and the Braves lost 7-2 in 10 innings. Jo-Jo allowed one run on three hits in 5.1 innings of work. Was charged with his first career loss on 7/17 vs. CIN, allowing four runs in 6.1 IP in a 6-5 loss. In his first official at-bat (he had a sacrifice bunt in his only plate appearance on 7/7), he got a pinch-hit single vs. CIN on 7/16. He finished the year 3-for-19 (.158). Made his Major League debut on 7/7 at SD in place of John Smoltz, who was placed on the disabled list with right shoulder inflammation. Jo-Jo allowed one run (a solo homer) through three innings before allowing four more runs on four hits and making his exit in the fourth inning. He got a ND in the 8-5 loss. Went 8-1 with a 3.56 ERA in 13 starts at Mississippi (AA) and 4-0 with a 1.00 ERA in six starts with Richmond (combined: 12-1, 2.72 ERA). In his two starts at Richmond following his first stint with Atlanta, he went 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA (13.0 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 12 K). Led the Braves' minor leaguers with 12 wins and was sixth with 110 K. Made his Triple-A debut on 6/10 vs. BUF in the first game of a doubleheader, getting the win (6.0 IP, 1 ER). After the start, he returned to Mississippi where he made one additional start before returning to Richmond. Won seven of his last eight starts with the M-Braves and had a seven-game winning streak active (5/3-present) at the time of his promotion. Mississippi went 12-1 in his 13 starts. Tied for the lead in the Braves' system with a combined 12 wins and finished fifth with 110 strikeouts. Collected 10 or more strikeouts in two of his last three starts with the M-Braves and led the team with 71 Ks at the time of his promotion. Was the youngest R-Braves player by three and a half months at the time of his contract purchase. 2006 Named the Rome (A) Pitcher of the Year and SAL All-Star... Led the organization with 12 wins and 142 strikeoutsand ranked 5th with 141 IP... Listed as the Braves 8th best prospect by Baseball America... Named the Rome Pitcher of the Month for May, going 4-0, with a 0.93 ERA... Was the starting pitcher in the SAL All-Star game... Promoted to Myrtle Beach (A) on June 25, where he was the Carolina Pitcher of the Week on July 7. 2005 Went 1-0 with a 1.85 ERA for the Danville Braves upon his return from Tommy John. 2004 Made 15 appearances (14 starts)at Rome (A), before being shut down due to Tommy John surgery. 2003 Named GCL Braves Pitcher of the Year... His 55 strikeouts ranked 4th in the Gulf Coast League.