Drew Storen

Drew Storen #45

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  • B/T: A/D
  • 6' 1"/195
  • Edad: 28

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Pitcheos: Strikes, Bolas


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Drew Storen 2015 Stats de la Postemporada

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Drew Storen Stats de por vida en Postemporada

1-1 8.44 5.1 7 1.88

Drew Storen Estadísticas

2-2 3.44 55.0 67 1.11

Drew Storen Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

21-13 3.02 334.0 321 1.13

Drew Storen Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Drew P. Storen
  • Pronunciación: STOER-in
  • Nacido: 8/11/1987 en Indianapolis, IN
  • Draft: 2009, Washington Nationals, 1st rd. (10th overall)
  • Universidad: Stanford
  • Debut: mayo 17, 2010
Más Info Biográfica +
Año G P PCL J Aperturas SV IL SO WHIP
2015 Stats de la Postemporada - - - - - - - - -
Stats de por vida en Postemporada 1 1 8.44 6 0 1 5.1 7 1.88
2015 Estadísticas 2 2 3.44 58 0 29 55.0 67 1.11
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 21 13 3.02 355 0 95 334.0 321 1.13

Drew Storen 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) Avg Exit Velocity (mph)
2015 Blue Jays AL 320 Four-seam FB 94.51 94.44 2317.00 6.26 89.91
MLB Avg - - - Four-seam FB 92.90 92.54 2213.00 6.16 89.87


Notar: El oponente puede encontrarse en el equipo actual o en el equipo de cuando ambos jugadores se enfrentaron.

Drew Storen Estadísticas

Drew Storen Estadísticas Avanzadas

Drew Storen Eventos de Statcast


Drew Storen Noticias de Fantasía

15 de January de 2016 a las 1:36 ET

Blue Jays avoid arbitration with five players

The Blue Jays reportedly avoided arbitration with five players on Friday afternoon by signing Michael Saunders, Brett Cecil, Drew Storen, Steve Delabar and Aaron Loup to one-year contracts.

9 de January de 2016 a las 6:34 ET

Nats acquire Revere for Storen

The Nationals were able to get their leadoff hitter and center fielder on Friday night, acquiring Ben Revere and a player to be named from the Blue Jays for right-hander Drew Storen and cash considerations.


Drew Storen Premios

AFL All-Prospect Team

Año Equipo League
2009 Phoenix AFL

AFL Rising Stars

Año Equipo League
2009 Phoenix AFL

Drew Storen Tabla de líderes


Season SV Rank
2011 43 4th in NL
2013 3 24th in NL
2014 11 17th in NL
2015 29 12th in NL


Season J Rank
2011 73 16th in NL

Ventajas Preservadas

Season VP Rank
2013 24 7th in NL
2014 20 13th in NL

Drew Storen Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
8 de enero de 2016 Toronto Blue Jays cambian a Player To Be Named Later and LF Ben Revere a Washington Nationals for cash and RHP Drew Storen.
15 de agosto de 2013 Washington Nationals llamado RHP Drew Storen de Syracuse Chiefs.
27 de julio de 2013 Washington Nationals opcionado Drew Storen para Syracuse Chiefs.
19 de julio de 2012 Drew Storen estado en la lista cambian a por Washington Nationals.
17 de julio de 2012 Harrisburg Senators envian a RHP Drew Storen una asignación de rehabilitación a Potomac Nationals.
15 de julio de 2012 Drew Storen asignado a Harrisburg Senators de Potomac Nationals.
5 de julio de 2012 Drew Storen asignado a Potomac Nationals.
3 de junio de 2012 Washington Nationals transferido RHP Drew Storen de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado a la 60-día lista de deshabilitado.
3 de abril de 2012 Washington Nationals ponen a RHP Drew Storen en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al March 26, 2012. elbow injury
17 de mayo de 2010 Washington Nationals seleccionado el contrato de RHP Drew Storen de Syracuse Chiefs.
30 de abril de 2010 Drew Storen asignado a Syracuse Chiefs de Harrisburg Senators.
25 de enero de 2010 Washington Nationals invitado fuera del roster RHP Drew Storen para spring training.
11 de agosto de 2009 Drew Storen asignado a Harrisburg Senators de Potomac Nationals.
20 de julio de 2009 Drew Storen asignado a Potomac Nationals de Hagerstown Suns.
11 de junio de 2009 Drew Storen asignado a Hagerstown Suns de Washington Nationals.
10 de junio de 2009 Washington Nationals firmado RHP Drew Storen.

Info Biográfica de Drew P. Storen

Drew P. Storen...a 2007 graduate of Brownsburg (IN) High...posted a 30-2 record and a 1.55 ERA at Brownsburg...as a senior, went 8-1 with 0.89 ERA en route to earning Louisville Slugger first-team All-America status...was named first-team all-state in both 2006 and 2007 by the Associated Press...was Indiana's nominee for the 2006 Wendy's High School Heisman Award...played 7 seasons of summer baseball for the Indiana Bulls...was drafted by the Yankees in 34th round of 2007 draft, but did not sign in order to attend Stanford...collects hats and bobbleheads...enjoys drawing... father, Mark, is a long-time media personality in the Indianapolis area and hosted a show on xM's MLB Radio.


Began 2014 pitching in seventh inning, but by season's end, reclaimed closer role (specifically with 1-2-3 9th/save on Sept. 7 vs. Philadelphia)...Went 2-1 with 11 saves, 20 holds and a 1.12 ERA in 65 appearances out of the bullpen...At 1.12, led all National League qualified relievers and posted the lowest single-season ERA by a Nationals reliever (min. 40 apps)...Bested C.Cordero's former mark (1.82 in 2005)...Threw seven pitches, all strikes, in a 1-2-3 ninth to earn seventh save & close out Nationals' NL East -clinching 3-0 victory, Sept. 16 at Atlanta...From Aug. 7 to seasons end, did not allow an earned run in 20.0 IP spanning 23 appearances...Converted 10 of 11 saves, six holds and held opposing batters to a .194 average over that two-month stretch. 


Pitching primarily in middle relief, made mid-season mechanical adjustment to pitching motion, yet tied for 7th in NL with 24 holds (one more than career total entering 2013 campaign)...was optioned to Syracuse, July 26...was recalled on Aug.15 and posted 10 holds and a 1.40 ERA in 21 appearances thereafter...earned 3 saves, all on the road: Aug. 22 at CHI (W5-4), June 28 at NYM (W6-4) and May 17 at SDP (W6-5)...induced a career-high 8 GIDP...struggled with highest BABIP mark (.324) of career, but K/9 (8.5), BB/9 (2.8) and SO/BB (3.1) ratios were all in line with career norms (8.4, 2.8, 3.0/1 entering 2013).

2012 Missed season's first 89 games after having bone chips removed from right elbow by Dr. Wiemi Douoguih on April 11 in DC...upon return, spent majority of season in setup role...notched 10 holds...worked scoreless relief in 33 of 37 appearances and allowed only 2 extra-base hits (2 doubles) in 30.1 innings...shifted into closer's role late and closed out 3 of Washington's final 10 wins...dating to '11, hasn't allowed a homer in 43.0 innings... posted a 0.86 ERA in 23 appearances from Aug. 17 through season's end. 2011 Dominated in sophomore season, going 6-3 with 3 holds, 43 saves and 2.75 ERA in 73 appearances ... ranked among NL relievers with 43 saves (tied 4th), six wins (tied 5th) and 89.6 save percentage (tied 6th) ... with 43, became just 2nd Nationals closer to reach 40-save plateau, joining Chad Cordero (47 saves in '05) ... became just the third pitcher in Nationals/Expos franchise history to record 43 or more saves, joining Cordero (47 in '05) and John Wetteland (43 in '93) ... reached 40-save mark with scoreless 9th in 3-0 win, Sept. 20 at PHI ... notched 43rd save on final day of season, Sept. 28 at FLA ... pitched best with game on the line, registering a 1.61 ERA in 48 save opportunities ... converted four of five save opps when asked to pitch more than 1.0 inning ... posted season-high 21.0 consecutive scoreless innings, April 7-May 16 ... from June 11-14, notched the save in each of Washington's four consecutive wins, becoming just the second Nationals closer to post four saves in four games (Mike MacDougal, Aug. 2-5, 2009). 2010 Reached the big leagues less than one year after being drafted and turned in solid results in 4-plus months with the Nationals...with MLB debut on May 18 at STL, became the 2nd player from the 2009 First-Year Draft class to reach the big leagues...was beat to the punch by only CIN's Mike Leake...posted Nationals' rookie-record 5 saves, and suffered just 2 blown saves...10 holds ranked 3rd among Nationals, 5th among MLB rookie pitchers...successfully stranded 85.2 percent of inherited baserunners (23 of 27)...ranked among NL rookies in strikeouts (4th, 52), strikeouts per 9.0 innings (5th, 8.5), strikeout-to-walk ratio (5th, 2.4/1), holds (5th, 10), batting average against (5th, .241) and appearances (tied 5th, 54)...in 2nd MLB appearance, May 19 vs. NYM, escaped inherited jam with 0.2 scoreless inning and was rewarded with the win in Washington's 5-3 victory...tossed 1.2 scoreless innings, May 23 vs. BAL, to garner first big league hold...scoreless 9th rendered first big league save in a 6-3 win, Aug. 6 at LAD...earned spot in Washington by registering 4 saves and a 1.08 ERA in 13 minor-league appearances with Syracuse and Harrisburg. 2009 Professional: Combined to go 2-1 with 11 saves and a 1.95 ERA in 28 appearances with Double-A Harrisburg, Single-A Potomac and Single-A Hagerstown...in first 19.0 innings as a pro, struck out 33 and did not issue a walk...first free pass was not issued until pitching for Potomac on July 30 vs. Winston-Salem...led Harrisburg in saves...was named co-Pitcher of the Month for Harrisburg in August...participated in the Nationals Instructional League program and subsequently went 2-0 with 4 saves and a 0.66 ERA in 12 appearances with Phoenix in the prestigious Arizona Fall League.
Stanford: One of college baseball's premier closers in 2nd and final season at Stanford...First-Team All-Pac 10 selection after going 7-1 with 7 saves and a 3.80 ERA in 28 appearances...in 42.2 innings of relief work, tallied 66 strikeouts (13.9 K's per 9.0 innings) with only 8 walks en route to an 8.3/1 strikeout-to-walk ratio...paced the Cardinal pitching staff in wins, saves, ERA and appearances...became the first pitcher to lead the Cardinal in both wins and saves since former big league LHP Jeff Ballard did so in '84...posted a .210 batting average against, including a meager .182 mark when facing right-handed batters...struck out at least 5 batters on 5 occasions, including a career-high 8-K effort in 2.2 innings of relief on May 23 vs. Oregon State.