Junichi Tazawa

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Junichi Tazawa 2018 Stats de Primavera

4 0-1 4.50 4.0 1 1.00

Junichi Tazawa Stats de por vida de Primavera

56 1-2 3.56 65.2 55 1.10

Junichi Tazawa Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

357 20-25 3.90 367.1 346 1.28

Junichi Tazawa Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Junichi Tazawa
  • Pronunciación: tah-ZAH-wah
  • Apodo: Taz
  • Nacido: 6/6/1986 en Yokohama, Japan
  • Preparatoria: Yokohama College of Commerce
  • Debut: 8/7/2009
Más Info Biográfica +
Año G P PCL J Aperturas SV IL SO WHIP
2018 Stats de Primavera 0 1 4.50 4 0 0 4.0 1 1.00
Stats de por vida de Primavera
1 2 3.56 56 0 2 65.2 55 1.10
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 20 25 3.90 357 4 4 367.1 346 1.28


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Junichi Tazawa Estadísticas

*Desde el 2006

Junichi Tazawa Estadísticas Avanzadas

*Desde el 2006
*Desde el 2006

Junichi Tazawa Eventos de Statcast


Junichi Tazawa Pronósticos del 2017

Resto de la Temporada
2 3 4.25 55 0 0 0 0 0 55.0 55 28 26 8 2 19 0 47 1.35
2 3 4.25 55 0 0 0 0 0 55.0 55 28 26 8 2 19 0 47 1.35
Resto de la Temporada
2 3 4.25 55 0 0 0 0 0 55.0 55 28 26 8 2 19 0 47 1.35
2 3 4.25 55 0 0 0 0 0 55.0 55 28 26 8 2 19 0 47 1.35

Junichi Tazawa Noticias de Fantasía

11 de December de 2017 a las 6:09 ET

Marlins will explore more trade options at Winter Meetings

With all 30 teams gathered together, the Marlins are expected to explore trade options for All-Star left fielder Marcell Ozuna and relievers Brad Ziegler and Junichi Tazawa.

28 de julio de 2017 a las 11:55 ET

Mets trade for Marlins closer Ramos

The Mets on Friday acquired Marlins closer AJ Ramos for prospects Merandy Gonzalez (ranked by MLBPipeline.com as the Mets' No. 9 prospect) and Ricardo Cespedes (No. 22).


Junichi Tazawa Premios

World Series Championship

Año Equipo League
2013 Boston AL

Futures Game Selection

Año Equipo League
2009 Portland EAS

EAS Mid-Season All-Star

Año Equipo League
2009 Portland EAS

Junichi Tazawa Tabla de líderes


Season J Rank
2013 71 10th in AL
2014 71 13th in AL

Ventajas Preservadas

Season VP Rank
2013 25 7th in AL
2014 16 20th in AL
2015 16 21st in AL
2016 16 20th in AL

Junichi Tazawa Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
22 de junio de 2017 Miami Marlins activan a RHP Junichi Tazawa de la 10-día lista de deshabilitado.
20 de junio de 2017 Miami Marlins envian a RHP Junichi Tazawa una asignación de rehabilitación a New Orleans Baby Cakes.
13 de junio de 2017 Miami Marlins envian a RHP Junichi Tazawa una asignación de rehabilitación a Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp.
9 de junio de 2017 Miami Marlins envian a RHP Junichi Tazawa una asignación de rehabilitación a Jupiter Hammerheads.
17 de mayo de 2017 Miami Marlins ponen a RHP Junichi Tazawa on the 10-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al May 16, 2017. Rib cartelige inflammation.
16 de diciembre de 2016 Miami Marlins agente libre firmado RHP Junichi Tazawa.
3 de noviembre de 2016 RHP Junichi Tazawa eligio agente libre.
12 de octubre de 2016 Boston Red Sox activan a RHP Junichi Tazawa.
6 de octubre de 2016 Boston Red Sox reasignado RHP Junichi Tazawa a las ligas menores.
22 de julio de 2016 Boston Red Sox activan a RHP Junichi Tazawa de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
14 de julio de 2016 Boston Red Sox ponen a RHP Junichi Tazawa on the 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al July 4, 2016. Right shoulder impingement.
25 de agosto de 2012 Boston Red Sox llamado RHP Junichi Tazawa de Pawtucket Red Sox.
24 de agosto de 2012 Boston Red Sox opcionado RHP Junichi Tazawa para Pawtucket Red Sox.
15 de julio de 2012 Boston Red Sox llamado Junichi Tazawa de Pawtucket Red Sox.
1 de mayo de 2012 Boston Red Sox opcionado Junichi Tazawa para Pawtucket Red Sox.
18 de abril de 2012 Boston Red Sox llamado Junichi Tazawa de Pawtucket Red Sox.
23 de marzo de 2012 Boston Red Sox opcionado Junichi Tazawa para Pawtucket Red Sox.
13 de septiembre de 2011 Boston Red Sox llamado Junichi Tazawa de Pawtucket Red Sox.
8 de agosto de 2011 Junichi Tazawa asignado a Pawtucket Red Sox de Portland Sea Dogs.
27 de junio de 2011 Boston Red Sox opcionado Junichi Tazawa para Portland Sea Dogs.
16 de mayo de 2011 envian a RHP Junichi Tazawa una asignación de rehabilitación a Salem Red Sox.
26 de marzo de 2011 Junichi Tazawa estado en la lista cambian a por Boston Red Sox.
8 de noviembre de 2010 Boston Red Sox activan a RHP Junichi Tazawa de la 60-día lista de deshabilitado.
3 de abril de 2010 Boston Red Sox ponen a RHP Junichi Tazawa en la 60-día lista de deshabilitado. Sprained right elbow ligament.
13 de noviembre de 2009 Boston Red Sox activan a RHP Junichi Tazawa de la 60-día lista de deshabilitado.
21 de septiembre de 2009 Boston Red Sox ponen a RHP Junichi Tazawa en la 60-día lista de deshabilitado. mild left groin strain
1 de septiembre de 2009 Boston Red Sox llamado Junichi Tazawa de GCL Red Sox.
29 de agosto de 2009 Boston Red Sox opcionado Junichi Tazawa para GCL Red Sox.
7 de agosto de 2009 Boston Red Sox llamado Junichi Tazawa de Pawtucket Red Sox.
26 de julio de 2009 Junichi Tazawa asignado a Pawtucket Red Sox de Portland Sea Dogs.
1 de julio de 2009 Junichi Tazawa estado en la lista cambian a por Portland Sea Dogs.
20 de junio de 2009 Portland Sea Dogs ponen a RHP Junichi Tazawa en la 7-día lista de deshabilitado. calf strain

Info Biográfica de Junichi Tazawa

Junichi Tazawa... graduated high school from the Yokohama College of Commerce... he was a member of the 2003 team that played in the Koshien Tournament, but did not appear in a game.


Stranded all 16 inherited runners. Was one of just two Major League relievers to strand as many as 16 inherited runners: Yusmeiro Petit left all 20 inherited runners on base... Only one pitcher in Club history stranded more in a single season without allowing a runner to score: Brian Sanches in 2011 (19)...Allowed multiple runs in just eight of 55 appearances...Earned first win of the season on April 15 vs. Mets... Placed on 10-day disabled list on May 16 (retro to May 15) with rib cartilage inflammation, missing 32 games. Made five rehab appearances between Triple A New Orleans, Double-A Jacksonville and Single-A Jupiter, going 0-1 with a 7.20 ERA (5.0 ip/4 er). Reinstated from the DL on June 21...Tossed season-best 10.0 consecutive scoreless innings from July 1-21. Had streak snapped on July 22 at Cincinnati, allowing one run on two hits in 1.0 inning...Worked season-high 2.0 innings on July 1 at Milwaukee, allowing one hit while walking none and striking out a season-high three batters. Matched the high on September 6 vs. Washington, Sept. 12 at Philadelphia, and Sept. 22 at Arizona. ..In 12 July appearances, had no record and 2.13 ERA (12.2/3).


Spent entire season with Boston, making 53 appearances and posting 4.17 ERA (49.2 ip/23 er) with 54 strikeouts and 14 walks...Issued 2.54 bb/9.0, highest mark of career (min. 40.0 ip); still ranked 38th among 98 qualified American League relievers (min. 0.93 batters faced/162 games)...Went 0-1, 1.37 (19.2/3) over first 21 appearances, with .162 (11x68) average against; went 3-1, 6.00 (30.0/20) with .290 (36x124) average against in final 32 outings...Was 1-1, 3.62 in 35 first-half appearances, and 2-1, 5.19 in 18 second-half games...Posted 3.60 ERA (20.0/8) in seventh inning (25 games), but a 7.16 ERA (16.1/13) in eighth inning (23 games)...Appeared in ninth inning just eight times, but tossed 8.0 perfect frames with four hits allowed, two walks, and seven strikeouts...Held left-handers to .207 (17x82) batting average.


Made 61 appearances out of the Red Sox bullpen and led club relievers in SO (56) and holds (16)...Did not appear in any of the club's final 22 games of the season. Allowed no runs in 46 of his 61 appearances (75%). Posted a 1.33 ERA (4 ER/27.0 IP) with a .179 (17-for-95) opponent AVG over his first 29 games of the season (through 6/11), compared to a 6.54 ERA (23 ER/31.2 IP) and a .350 AVG (48-for-137) over his final 32 games. Of his first 29 appearances (through 6/11), 13 were perfect (T-9th most among AL pitchers at the time). Recorded a career-high 3 saves, all over a span of 4 games, 8/19-26...The save on 8/19 vs. CLE was his 1st since 4/26/12 at CWS. Allowed only 1 ER over a 17-game span, good for a 0.59 ERA from 5/4-6/11 (15.1 IP). Began the season with 8 scoreless appearances (8.0 IP), which dating back to 9/10/14 extended his scoreless streak to a career-best 12.2 IP. Induced 5 ground ball double plays, a single-season career best. Suffered a blown save on 9/11 at TB (0.1 IP, 4 H, 4 ER), his final appearance of the season.


Led all Red Sox pitchers with a career-high-tying 71 appearances (also 71 games in 2013)...Also recorded a team-leading 16 holds...No runs allowed in 55 of his 71 games (77%)...Began the season with a career-long 10.0-inning scoreless streak that spanned 11 appearances...Was the most scoreless games to begin a season for a Red Sox pitcher since Ramon Ramirez in 2009 (13 G)...Finished 2nd among club relievers in wins (4) behind Koji Uehara (6)...3 of his 4 wins came on the road, and 2 of the 4 were extra-inning games...Posted a 2.55 ERA (15 ER/53.0 IP) in 60 appearances against the American League...Allowed 5 ER in 10.0 IP (4.50 ERA) in 11 Interleague games...Issued more than 1 BB in a relief appearance for the 1st time in his career on 7/25 at TB (0.2 IP, 2 BB)...Had made 158 relief appearances without walking more than 1 batter prior to that appearance...Also walked 2 batters in consecutive appearances on 8/18 and 8/21 vs. LAA...Following those games, did not issue a walk over his final 12 appearances (10.2 IP) of the season...Struck out 12 over a span of 7 games (6.1 IP) from 8/9-23...Held opponents to a .045 AVG (1-for-22) over his final 8 games of the season (since 9/1).


2013: Made 1st career Opening Day roster...Led all Red Sox relievers and ranked T-7th among all American League relievers in holds (25). Set career highs in several categories including games (71), innings (68.1), wins (5), and strikeouts (72)... Ranked T-10th among AL relievers in games. Finished with a SO/BB ratio of 6.0 (72 SO/12 BB), tied with NYY's Mariano Rivera for 3rd-best among all AL relievers...Finished 5th among AL relievers in BB/9.0 IP ratio at 1.6 (12 BB/68.1 IP). No runs allowed in 51 of his 71 appearances (72%). Pitched more than 1.0 inning 11 times and posted a 0.98 ERA (2 ER/18.1 IP) when doing so. Had at least 1 SO in 48 games and struck out 2 or more 19 times. Posted a 2.81 ERA (10 ER/32.0 IP) in 35 games at Fenway Park, and a 3.47 ERA (14 ER/36.1 IP) in 36 road games...Did not allow runs in 27 of his 35 home games. Was 2-0 with a 0.93 ERA (1 ER/9.2 IP) with 0 BB and 10 SO over his first 9 games of the season and did not issue a BB over his first 11 games (11.1 IP). 3 of his wins came in Red Sox final at-bat victories: 4/13 vs . TB, 5/16 at TB, and 8/7 at HOU . Was 4-1 with a 2.24 ERA (15 ER/60.1 IP) and 3 HR allowed in 62 games against all MLB clubs with the exception of TOR…Went 1-3 with a 10.13 ERA (9 ER/8.0 IP) and 6 HR allowed in 9 games against the Blue Jays.

2012 Posted a 1.43 ERA (7 ER/44.0 IP) over 37 relief appearances over 3 major league stints with the Red Sox. His ERA ranked 2nd in the AL (3rd in ML) among pitchers with at least 40.0 innings, trailing only TB's Fernando Rodney (0.60)...Since 1915, only 2 Red Sox have posted a lower single-season ERA while throwing at least 40.0 innings: Jonathan Papelbon in 2006 (0.92) and Calvin Schiraldi in 1986 (1.41). Recorded 45 strikeouts and issued just 5 walks for a 9.0 strikeout-to-walk ratio, tops in the majors among hurlers with at least 40.0 IP...It was the 2nd-best single-season K/BB ratio in Red Sox history among pitchers with at least 25.0 innings after Jonathan Papelbon in 2008 (9.63). Was just the 3rd AL pitcher ever to post an ERA under 1.50 and a K/BB ratio of at least 9.0 in a single season (min. 20.0 IP)...The others are Hall of Famer Dennis Eckersley (1990 with OAK) and Mariano Rivera (2008 with NYY)...Was the 2nd-youngest major leaguer ever to do that after Stephen Strasburg (2011 with WSH). Led the majors (min. 40.0 IP) with just 1.02 walks per 9.0 IP, the 3rd-best single-season ratio by a Red Sox with at least 40.0 IP dating back to 1909, trailing only Bret Saberhagen in 1999 (0.83) and Mike Timlin in 2003 (0.97). Gave up just 1 home run to rank 2nd among AL hurlers (min. 40.0 IP) with 0.20 homers allowed per 9.0 IP, the top mark by a Red Sox hurler since 2001...Also ranked among AL pitchers with at least 40.0 innings in WHIP (9th, 0.95), base runners per 9.0 IP (T-9th, 9.00), opponent OBP (11th, .257), and opponent OPS (10th, .558). Began season with Triple-A Pawtucket...Threw 5.0 scoreless innings over 5 outings in 1st ML stint of the season from 4/18-30. Recalled again on 7/15 and appeared in 15 games prior to 8/24 option (1.80 ERA, 4 ER/20.0 IP)...Returned to the Sox the next day and remained in the majors for the duration of the season (1.53 ERA, 3 ER/17.2 IP). Surrendered 1 run in 7 of 37 contests and did not give up more than 1 run all year...Permitted a run in backto-back outings just once with the Red Sox on 8/25 vs. KC (1.2 IP) and 8/29 at LAA (2.0 IP). Retired his 1st batter faced in 27 of 37 appearances (73.0%)...Held opponents to a .227 clip (37-for-163) overall, including a .222 mark (22-for-99) against right-handers and .234 (15-for-64) vs. left-handers. Converted the hold in all 5 chances and did not blow a save all season...Allowed the opposition to take a lead just once in 37 games with BOS, on 8/25 when he came into a tied game and pitched a perfect 11th inning before yielding a 12th-inning run for his only loss of the year, his 1st defeat overall since 8/27/09 vs. CWS. Posted a .185 opponent AVG (12-for-65) and a 0.92 ERA (2 ER/19.2 IP) in 20 games against the AL East...Held the Yankees scoreless in 7 outings against the club (8.0 IP)...Made 10 appearances on no days rest and compiled a 0.84 ERA (1 ER/10.2 IP) in those contests...Opponents hit just .179 (7-for-39) against him in close and late situations. Went more than 1.0 inning 13 times, with at least 2.0 innings in 6 tilts...Set career relief-highs with 5 K's on 7/22 vs. TOR (3.0 scoreless innings) and with 4.0 innings on 7/17 vs. CWS (1 R). Earned 1st career save with 3.0 scoreless innings to close out a 10-3 win at CWS on 4/26. Had a 1.16 ERA (3 ER/23.1 IP) with 27 K's and just 14 hits and 3 walks allowed over his last 22 games beginning 8/12...Was the AL's 5th-best ERA among pitchers with at least 20.0 innings in that stretch. Gave up just 1 run over his last 15 outings beginning 8/31 (0.64)...In that 14.0-inning stretch, yielded just 3 hits (2 1B, 1 2B) and 1 walk with 18 K's, recording a win and 5 holds...Began that run with a career-high 9 straight scoreless outings 8/31-9/18 (8.0 IP), during which he fanned 14 and allowed just 2 hits and 1 walk. Appeared in 6 of the Red Sox' last 7 wins of the season beginning 9/4...Recorded all 5 career holds over his last 13 outings from 9/4 to the end of the year. Recorded multiple K's and allowed no more than 1 base runner in 4 straight appearances from 9/11-17...In the last 10 seasons, the only other Sox pitcher to do that was Jonathan Papelbon in a 5-game stretch, 8/13-26/07. Was perfect over his last 5 outings beginning 9/22, with 4 strikeouts in 5.0 innings over that stretch...Matched the longest such streak by a Red Sox since 1916, along with Jonathan Papelbon from 8/16-31/11. Tossed perfect 8th inning 9/23 vs. BAL for his 1st career win in relief and 1st win overall since 8/22/09 vs. NYY. In 25 games with Triple-A Pawtucket, all in relief, went 3-2 with 4 saves, a 2.55 ERA (12 ER/42.1 IP) and 56 strikeouts...Of his 25 Triple-A outings, 14 were at least 2.0 innings long...Held Triple-A right-handers to a .161 clip (14-for-87)...Did not allow an earned run in his 1st 5 (9.1 IP) or last 6 outings (9.2 IP). 2011 Finished the season with Boston after beginning the year on the 60-day disabled list recovering from 2010 Tommy John Surgery. Made 6 rehab appearances with Single-A Salem, going 0-1 with a 6.05 ERA (13 ER/19.1 IP) before he was activated on 6/27 and optioned to Double-A Portland. Was 4-3 with a 3.86 ERA (16 ER/37.1 IP), 46 K's and 10 walks in 16 games (2 starts) between Portland and Triple-A Pawtucket. Allowed 6 runs over 0.2 innings in his 1st game with the Sea Dogs but followed that with a 2.42 ERA (6 ER/22.1 IP) over his last 7 games in Double-A. Did not allow a run in 6 of 8 outings with Pawtucket after joining the club on 8/8. Worked 1.2 scoreless innings of relief in Game 2 of the International League semi-finals 9/9 at Lehigh Valley (PHI). Was recalled to BOS on 9/13 and pitched that night vs. TOR, his 1st Major League game since 9/4/09 at CWS. Made 3 appearances with the Red Sox, all in relief, tallying a 6.00 ERA (2 ER/3.0 IP). 2010 Missed entire year due to Tommy John surgery. Underwent Tommy John surgery in Birmingham, AL on 4/6...After he returned to Ft. Myers, FL where he rehabbed. Prior to the 2010 campaign, ranked as the No. 6 prospect in the Red Sox organization by Baseball America. 2009 Climbed from Double-A Portland to Red Sox in 1st professional season...Earned Eastern League All-Star honors with Portland and also made 2 starts for Triple-A Pawtucket...Became 1st BOS player to make Major League debut in 1st professional season since Craig Hansen in 2005...Went 2-2 with a 6.30 ERA (14 ER/20.0 IP) in 4 starts with the Red Sox and 0-1 with an 11.81 mark (7 ER/5.1 IP) in 2 relief appearances...Received a decision in each of his 1st 5 career appearances, the longest such streak by a Sox pitcher since Steve Ellsworth's 7-gamer from 4/7-7/1/88...Took the loss in his Big League debut on 8/7 at Yankee Stadium after being recalled from Triple-A Pawtucket earlier that day...Came on in the 14th inning of a 0-0 game...Tossed 1.2 scoreless frames before yielding a walk-off homer to Alex Rodriguez in the 15th...Was the 1st Red Sox hurler to make his ML debut in extra frames since Phil Seibel on 4/15/04 vs. BAL (11th inning) and 1st ever against the Yankees...Also in that 8/7 game at NYY, joined teammates Hideki Okajima (1.1 IP) and Takashi Saito (1.0 IP) as the 1st trio of Japanese pitchers ever to appear for a Major League team in a single game...Won 1st career start, 8/11 vs. DET...At 23 years, 66 days old, became the youngest Japanese-born starter ever to win a ML game...Masanori Murakami was the only Japanese-born hurler to make his 1st start at a younger age (21 years, 101 days) on 8/15/65 vs. PHI for SF...Earned 2nd win on 8/22, a 14-1 victory over the Yankees at Fenway Park...Allowed 8 hits and 2 walks with 2 K's over 6.0 scoreless frames...Surrendered at least 1 hit in each of his 6.0 innings, stranding 9 base runners... Became 1st Sox hurler to make a start of 6.0 or more scoreless innings while allowing at least 1 hit in every frame since Oil Can Boyd on 4/8/88 (6.0 IP)...Optioned to the Gulf Coast League Red Sox on 8/29...Recalled back to BOS on 9/1...Season ended on 9/21 when he landed on the 60-day disabled list with a mild left groin strain...Combined to go 9-7 with a 2.55 ERA (31 ER/109.1 IP) in 20 starts between Double-A Portland and Triple-A Pawtucket...Finished 4th among Sox minor leaguer leaders in ERA...Began the year with Portland and was named an Eastern League All-Star...Promoted to Pawtucket on 7/26...Selected to pitch for Team World in the All-Star Futures Game on 7/12 in St. Louis...Was slated to start the game but did not pitch due to a weather delay. 2008 Signed a 3-year major league contract extending through the 2011 season with the Red Sox on December 11, 2008...The 22-year-old joins the organization after a 4-year amateur career with the Nippon Oil ENEOS of the Japan Industrial League, during which he went 14-3 with 11 saves and a 1.99 ERA (39 ER/176.2 IP) in 53 games/13 starts...Named the No. 7 prospect, the No. 5 pitcher in the Red Sox organization by Baseball America.

WITH THE ENEOS: Went 13-1 with 5 saves and a 0.80 ERA (10 ER/113.0 IP) in 21 games/11 starts in 2008...Struck out 114 batters and walked just 15 over 113.0 frames, an average of 9.1 K's per 9 innings...Established amateur career highs in nearly every category, including games, starts, complete games (6), shutouts (4), innings and strikeouts.

CORPORATE CHAMPS: Led the ENEOS to the semifinals of the league's corporate championship in November...Faced 3 batters over the minimum, allowing 5 hits with 2 walks and 4 K's over 9.0 scoreless innings in his first start of the tournament...In his last start of the competition, a quarterfinals match-up in Osaka on the 21st, allowed 4 hits and fanned 10 in a complete-game shutout.

TOURNAMENT HONORS: In September, helped Nippon Oil win the 32-team Intercity Baseball Tournament for the first time in 13 years...Appeared in all 5 of the ENEOS' games from September 1-9, and earned the event's Most Valuable Player award going 4-0 with one save and a 1.27 ERA... Tossed 8.0 innings or more with double-digit strikeouts in each of his first 2 tournament appearances, including a complete-game, 5-hit effort on September 4. Had 10 or more K's on 4 occasions in 2008, and earned the MVP honors in the Sports Nippon Tournament after a career-high 18-strikeout performance in a quarterfinals start on March 23.

INSIDE THE NUMBERS: Did not allow an earned run in his first 5 appearances/2 starts of the season, March 19-April 11, going 3-0 with 2 saves over 21.1 innings in that span...Suffered his first loss of the year in 0.2 inning out of the bullpen on May 9...Had been 4-0 with 2 saves prior to the setback...Went undefeated in his remaining 12 games/7 starts from June 4-November 22, going 8-0 with 2 saves and a 1.12 ERA (9 ER/72.0 IP).

MORE 2008 HIGHLIGHTS: Made relief appearances in both ends of a doubleheader on March 25...Went 2.0 innings in each game, recording the save in the first game and the win in the 2nd... Tossed a 9.0-inning complete-game victory on April 12, allowing one earned run, his first of the season, with 8 hits and one walk while fanning 8...Earned wins in 4 straight appearances, including 3 starts, from September 1-8, fanning 32 while walking just 5 in that time. 2007 Went 1-1 with 6 saves and a 3.91 ERA (20 ER/46.0 IP) in 20 games (2 starts)...Struck out 46 batters and walked 11...Surrendered just 1 home run all season. 2006 Did not record a decision over 5 relief outings, posting a 7.45 ERA (8 ER/9.2 IP)...Compiled 7 strikeouts and 1 walk...Surrendered 14 hits, including 1 home run. 2005 Was 0-1 with a 1.13 ERA (1 ER/8.0 IP) in 7 games out of the bullpen in his 1st year with the ENEOS...Fanned 7 and walked 4.