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Steve Delabar

Steven Edward Delabar (born July 17, 1983) is an American former professional baseball pitcher. A native of Kentucky, Delabar attended Central Hardin High School and Volunteer State Community College. He was selected late in the 2003 MLB draft by the San Diego Padres and began his minor league career in 2004. He played in the low minor leagues for several seasons until he sustained a severe elbow injury in 2009.

Steve Delabar
Delabar with the Toronto Blue Jays
Relief pitcher
Born: (1983-07-17)July 17, 1983 (age 38)
Fort Knox, Kentucky
Batted: Right
Threw: Right
Professional debut
MLB: September 11, 2011, for the Seattle Mariners
NPB: 2016, for the Hiroshima Toyo Carp
Last appearance
MLB: May 21, 2016, for the Cincinnati Reds
NPB: 2016, for the Hiroshima Toyo Carp
MLB statistics
Win–loss record15–9
Earned run average4.07
Strikeouts242
NPB statistics
Win–loss record0–0
Earned run average0.00
Strikeouts4
Teams
Career highlights and awards

In 2010, Delabar worked as a substitute teacher and then became an assistant high school baseball coach. Delabar helped to implement an arm conditioning program for pitchers at the high school and found that his own pitching velocity improved significantly. After a tryout with the Seattle Mariners in early 2011, Delabar was assigned to the team's Class-A affiliate. He progressed to Advanced-A, Double-A, and Triple-A, then to the major leagues. His MLB debut came late in 2011 at the age of 28. He was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays in 2012, and played with them through the 2015 season.

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Steve Delabar went to Central Hardin High School in Cecilia, Kentucky. where he was drafted by the Anaheim Angels in the 43rd round of the 2002 MLB draft, but elected to go to college. He attended Volunteer State Community College. After one year there, he was drafted in the 29th round, 851st overall, in the 2003 Major League Baseball draft by the San Diego Padres.

Minor league career

Delabar did not play professionally in 2003. He started the 2004 season with the Arizona League Padres, going 3–4 with a 4.37 ERA before earning a promotion to the Single-A Short-Season Eugene Emeralds. He played all of 2005 with Eugene, going 4–6 in 16 starts with a 4.76 ERA. He played 2006 with the Single-A Fort Wayne TinCaps, then the Wizards, earning an 8–9 record with a 3.41 ERA in 27 starts with 118 strikeouts. He started 2007 with Single-A Advanced Lake Elsinore Storm, but was demoted back to Fort Wayne after registering a 5.59 ERA out of the bullpen. He started 2008 with Fort Wayne, but was cut after a 5.27 ERA as a relief pitcher.

On June 7, he signed a deal with the independent Florence Freedom of the Frontier League, where he played four games before signing with the independent Brockton Rox of the Canadian-American Association, going 3–3 in 11 starts with a 3.01 ERA. He played all of 2009 with Brockton, where he had a 3.36 ERA in 12 appearances. His 2009 season ended when he suffered a fractured right elbow. The injury was so serious that a steel plate and nine screws were embedded to stabilize the elbow during the surgery.

He did not play professionally in 2010, working as a substitute teacher in his hometown of Elizabethtown, Kentucky at John Hardin High School. He also played slow pitch softball, where he won the 2010 Louisville Invitational Tournament Miken Homerun Derby. He began working as an assistant baseball coach at the high school. While introducing an arm conditioning program to his high school players, Delabar's own fastball returned to the 92-97 mph range. Delabar signed a minor league deal with the Mariners for 2011. He was assigned to Single-A Advanced High Desert Mavericks before being promoted to the Double-A Jackson Generals and the Triple-A Tacoma Rainiers.

Major league career

Seattle Mariners (2011–2012)

Delabar was called up by the Seattle Mariners from the minor leagues on September 6, 2011. He made his MLB debut on September 11 against the Kansas City Royals. Delabar recorded his first major league win on September 14, 2011 against the New York Yankees.

Toronto Blue Jays (2012–2015)

Delabar was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays on July 30, 2012, for outfielder Eric Thames. On August 13, he struck out 4 men in the 10th inning, and recorded the win in a 3-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox. In doing so, Delabar became the first pitcher in major league history to record four strikeouts in an extra inning.

Delabar was named a Final Vote candidate for the 2013 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. He posted a 5–1 record with a 1.58 ERA and an American League reliever-leading 57 strikeouts in 40 innings over 35 games played prior to the All-Star Game roster announcement. Delabar earned his first career save on July 10, 2013, in a game against the Cleveland Indians. On July 11, it was announced that he had been elected to the All-Star game in the Final Vote contest, receiving 9.6 million votes. Delabar pitched13 of an inning and struck out Buster Posey on five pitches in the 2013 MLB All-Star Game.

On July 30, 2013, while facing the Oakland Athletics, Delabar struck out all three batters in the eighth inning on nine total pitches to become the 48th major-league pitcher to accomplish an immaculate inning. Delabar also became only the fourth pitcher in major-league history to both strike out four batters in one inning and throw an immaculate inning, joining Bob Gibson, A. J. Burnett, and Félix Hernández.[citation needed] On August 4, Delabar was placed on the 15-day disabled list with right shoulder inflammation. In total for 2013, he posted a 5–5 record, 3.22 ERA, and 82 strikeouts in 5823 innings.

After opening the 2014 season with a 4.68 ERA and 16 walks through 25 innings of work, Delabar was optioned to the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons on June 17, 2014, to make room for Munenori Kawasaki. He was called back on June 19 after Brett Cecil was placed on the disabled list, without appearing for the Bisons. He was then optioned back to the Bisons on June 20. When the major league rosters expanded on September 1, Delabar was not among the names announced to be called up. On September 2 the organization announced that he had been sent home for the remainder of the season to rest in preparation for the 2015 season. In 2014, Delabar posted a 3–0 record, 4.91 ERA, 21 strikeouts, and a 1.48 WHIP in 30 appearances (2523 innings).

Despite a strong showing during 2015 spring training, Delabar was optioned to minor league camp on March 26. He was recalled from Buffalo on May 3. He was optioned back to Buffalo on July 25 when Aaron Sanchez was activated from the disabled list. Delabar was recalled in September, but was not added to the Blue Jays postseason roster. He finished the 2015 campaign with a 2–0 record, 5.22 ERA, and 30 strikeouts in 2913 innings.

On January 15, 2016, Delabar and the Blue Jays avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $835,000 contract. On March 29, the Blue Jays released Delabar.

Cincinnati Reds (2016)

On April 2, 2016, Delabar signed a minor league deal with the Cincinnati Reds. On May 7, his contract was purchased by the Reds. On May 17, in a game against the Cleveland Indians, Delabar walked four consecutive batters with the bases loaded thus allowing four runs to score. Delabar was designated for assignment by the Reds on May 21, and sent outright to the Triple-A Louisville Bats on May 24. On June 24, Delabar was released by the Reds.

Hiroshima Toyo Carp (2016)

On June 25, 2016, Delabar signed with the Hiroshima Toyo Carp of Nippon Professional Baseball.

Cleveland Indians

Delabar signed a minor league contract with the Cleveland Indians on January 13, 2017. The deal included an invitation to the Indians' 2017 spring training camp. On April 24, Delabar was suspended for 80 games after testing positive for ostarine. Delabar was released by the Indians on July 5, 2017.

Texas Rangers

On January 4, 2018, Delabar signed a minor league contract with the Texas Rangers with an invitation to spring training. He was released on April 20.

Retirement

On February 4, 2019, Delabar announced that he will no longer pursue playing opportunities on the Outta Park show with Barry Davis.

Delabar throws three pitches: a hard four-seam fastball at an average of 95 mph, a slider from 85–88 mph that he throws occasionally to right-handed hitters, and a split-finger fastball that registers speeds in the mid-to-upper 80s. All three pitches are excellent strikeout pitches, with well above-average whiff rates of 25% on the fastball, 33% on the slider, and 48% on the splitter. The high whiff rates contribute to a K/9 rate of over 11 for Delabar's career.

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Steve Delabar
Steve Delabar Language Watch Edit Steven Edward Delabar born July 17 1983 is an American former professional baseball pitcher A native of Kentucky Delabar attended Central Hardin High School and Volunteer State Community College He was selected late in the 2003 MLB draft by the San Diego Padres and began his minor league career in 2004 He played in the low minor leagues for several seasons until he sustained a severe elbow injury in 2009 Steve DelabarDelabar with the Toronto Blue JaysRelief pitcherBorn 1983 07 17 July 17 1983 age 38 Fort Knox KentuckyBatted RightThrew RightProfessional debutMLB September 11 2011 for the Seattle MarinersNPB 2016 for the Hiroshima Toyo CarpLast appearanceMLB May 21 2016 for the Cincinnati RedsNPB 2016 for the Hiroshima Toyo CarpMLB statisticsWin loss record15 9Earned run average4 07Strikeouts242NPB statisticsWin loss record0 0Earned run average0 00Strikeouts4TeamsSeattle Mariners 2011 2012 Toronto Blue Jays 2012 2015 Cincinnati Reds 2016 Hiroshima Toyo Carp 2016 Career highlights and awardsAll Star 2013 Pitched an immaculate inning July 30 2013 In 2010 Delabar worked as a substitute teacher and then became an assistant high school baseball coach Delabar helped to implement an arm conditioning program for pitchers at the high school and found that his own pitching velocity improved significantly After a tryout with the Seattle Mariners in early 2011 Delabar was assigned to the team s Class A affiliate He progressed to Advanced A Double A and Triple A then to the major leagues His MLB debut came late in 2011 at the age of 28 He was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays in 2012 and played with them through the 2015 season Contents 1 Early career 2 Professional career 2 1 Minor league career 2 2 Major league career 2 2 1 Seattle Mariners 2011 2012 2 2 2 Toronto Blue Jays 2012 2015 2 2 3 Cincinnati Reds 2016 2 2 4 Hiroshima Toyo Carp 2016 2 2 5 Cleveland Indians 2 2 6 Texas Rangers 2 3 Retirement 3 Pitching style 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksEarly career EditSteve Delabar went to Central Hardin High School in Cecilia Kentucky 1 where he was drafted by the Anaheim Angels in the 43rd round of the 2002 MLB draft but elected to go to college He attended Volunteer State Community College 1 After one year there he was drafted in the 29th round 851st overall in the 2003 Major League Baseball draft by the San Diego Padres Professional career EditMinor league career Edit Delabar did not play professionally in 2003 He started the 2004 season with the Arizona League Padres going 3 4 with a 4 37 ERA before earning a promotion to the Single A Short Season Eugene Emeralds He played all of 2005 with Eugene going 4 6 in 16 starts with a 4 76 ERA He played 2006 with the Single A Fort Wayne TinCaps then the Wizards earning an 8 9 record with a 3 41 ERA in 27 starts with 118 strikeouts He started 2007 with Single A Advanced Lake Elsinore Storm but was demoted back to Fort Wayne after registering a 5 59 ERA out of the bullpen He started 2008 with Fort Wayne but was cut after a 5 27 ERA as a relief pitcher On June 7 he signed a deal with the independent Florence Freedom of the Frontier League where he played four games before signing with the independent Brockton Rox of the Canadian American Association going 3 3 in 11 starts with a 3 01 ERA He played all of 2009 with Brockton where he had a 3 36 ERA in 12 appearances His 2009 season ended when he suffered a fractured right elbow 2 The injury was so serious that a steel plate and nine screws were embedded to stabilize the elbow during the surgery 3 He did not play professionally in 2010 working as a substitute teacher in his hometown of Elizabethtown Kentucky at John Hardin High School He also played slow pitch softball where he won the 2010 Louisville Invitational Tournament Miken Homerun Derby 4 He began working as an assistant baseball coach at the high school While introducing an arm conditioning program to his high school players Delabar s own fastball returned to the 92 97 mph range 5 Delabar signed a minor league deal with the Mariners for 2011 He was assigned to Single A Advanced High Desert Mavericks before being promoted to the Double A Jackson Generals and the Triple A Tacoma Rainiers Major league career Edit Seattle Mariners 2011 2012 Edit Delabar was called up by the Seattle Mariners from the minor leagues on September 6 2011 He made his MLB debut on September 11 against the Kansas City Royals Delabar recorded his first major league win on September 14 2011 against the New York Yankees Toronto Blue Jays 2012 2015 Edit Delabar was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays on July 30 2012 for outfielder Eric Thames 6 On August 13 he struck out 4 men in the 10th inning and recorded the win in a 3 2 victory over the Chicago White Sox 7 In doing so Delabar became the first pitcher in major league history to record four strikeouts in an extra inning 8 Delabar was named a Final Vote candidate for the 2013 Major League Baseball All Star Game 9 He posted a 5 1 record with a 1 58 ERA and an American League reliever leading 57 strikeouts 10 in 40 innings over 35 games played prior to the All Star Game roster announcement Delabar earned his first career save on July 10 2013 in a game against the Cleveland Indians On July 11 it was announced that he had been elected to the All Star game in the Final Vote contest receiving 9 6 million votes 11 Delabar pitched 1 3 of an inning and struck out Buster Posey on five pitches in the 2013 MLB All Star Game On July 30 2013 while facing the Oakland Athletics Delabar struck out all three batters in the eighth inning on nine total pitches to become the 48th major league pitcher to accomplish an immaculate inning 12 13 Delabar also became only the fourth pitcher in major league history to both strike out four batters in one inning and throw an immaculate inning joining Bob Gibson A J Burnett and Felix Hernandez citation needed On August 4 Delabar was placed on the 15 day disabled list with right shoulder inflammation 14 In total for 2013 he posted a 5 5 record 3 22 ERA and 82 strikeouts in 582 3 innings 1 After opening the 2014 season with a 4 68 ERA and 16 walks through 25 innings of work Delabar was optioned to the Triple A Buffalo Bisons on June 17 2014 to make room for Munenori Kawasaki 15 He was called back on June 19 after Brett Cecil was placed on the disabled list without appearing for the Bisons 16 He was then optioned back to the Bisons on June 20 When the major league rosters expanded on September 1 Delabar was not among the names announced to be called up On September 2 the organization announced that he had been sent home for the remainder of the season to rest in preparation for the 2015 season 17 In 2014 Delabar posted a 3 0 record 4 91 ERA 21 strikeouts and a 1 48 WHIP in 30 appearances 252 3 innings 1 Despite a strong showing during 2015 spring training Delabar was optioned to minor league camp on March 26 18 He was recalled from Buffalo on May 3 19 He was optioned back to Buffalo on July 25 when Aaron Sanchez was activated from the disabled list Delabar was recalled in September but was not added to the Blue Jays postseason roster He finished the 2015 campaign with a 2 0 record 5 22 ERA and 30 strikeouts in 291 3 innings 1 On January 15 2016 Delabar and the Blue Jays avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to a one year 835 000 contract 20 On March 29 the Blue Jays released Delabar 21 Cincinnati Reds 2016 Edit On April 2 2016 Delabar signed a minor league deal with the Cincinnati Reds 22 On May 7 his contract was purchased by the Reds 23 On May 17 in a game against the Cleveland Indians Delabar walked four consecutive batters with the bases loaded thus allowing four runs to score Delabar was designated for assignment by the Reds on May 21 24 and sent outright to the Triple A Louisville Bats on May 24 On June 24 Delabar was released by the Reds 25 Hiroshima Toyo Carp 2016 Edit On June 25 2016 Delabar signed with the Hiroshima Toyo Carp of Nippon Professional Baseball 26 Cleveland Indians Edit Delabar signed a minor league contract with the Cleveland Indians on January 13 2017 27 The deal included an invitation to the Indians 2017 spring training camp On April 24 Delabar was suspended for 80 games after testing positive for ostarine 28 Delabar was released by the Indians on July 5 2017 Texas Rangers Edit On January 4 2018 Delabar signed a minor league contract with the Texas Rangers with an invitation to spring training 29 He was released on April 20 30 Retirement Edit On February 4 2019 Delabar announced that he will no longer pursue playing opportunities on the Outta Park show with Barry Davis 31 Pitching style EditDelabar throws three pitches a hard four seam fastball at an average of 95 mph a slider from 85 88 mph that he throws occasionally to right handed hitters and a split finger fastball that registers speeds in the mid to upper 80s All three pitches are excellent strikeout pitches with well above average whiff rates of 25 on the fastball 33 on the slider and 48 on the splitter 32 The high whiff rates contribute to a K 9 rate of over 11 for Delabar s career 1 See also Edit Baseball portal List of Major League Baseball single inning strikeout leaders List of Toronto Blue Jays team recordsReferences Edit a b c d e f Steve Delabar Statistics and History Baseball Reference com Baseball Reference com Retrieved 24 July 2012 Baker Geoff 2011 09 06 Mariners Mariner Steve Delabar goes from classroom to majors Seattletimes nwsource com Seattle Times Retrieved 2011 09 15 Baker Geoff Coming soon to a theatre near you the Steve Delabar story Mariners Blog The Seattle Times Wednesday September 7 2011 Caple Jim 2011 09 14 Steve Delabar Alex Liddi Austin Romine exemplify great MLB stories of September ESPN Espn go com Retrieved 2011 09 15 Baker Geoff Coming Soon to a Theatre Near You The Steve Delabar Story SeattleTimes com Retrieved March 30 2013 Snider Thames traded for Lincoln Delabar in separate moves TSN ca July 31 2012 Retrieved July 31 2012 Macleod Robert August 13 2012 Delabar makes history in Blue Jays walkoff win TheGlobeandMail com Retrieved August 13 2012 Cooper drives in winning run as Jays beat White Sox in 11th TSN ca August 13 2012 Retrieved August 14 2012 Corcoran Cliff July 6 2013 2013 All Star Rosters and Final Vote candidates mlb si com Archived from the original on July 9 2013 Retrieved July 6 2013 Chisholm Gregor July 6 2013 Delabar goes from teacher to Final Vote candidate MLB com Retrieved July 6 2013 Jays Delabar Braves Freeman elected to All Star game TSN ca July 11 2013 Retrieved July 11 2013 Johnson Scott July 31 2013 Steve Delabar s Immaculate Inning from last night TheScore com Archived from the original on August 1 2013 Retrieved July 31 2013 Immaculate Innings 9 Pitches 9 Strikes 3 Outs Baseball Almanac com Baseball Almanac Retrieved April 28 2013 Jays RP Delabar placed on DL with shoulder inflammation TSN ca August 4 2013 Retrieved August 4 2013 Blue Jays option reliever Delabar to triple A Sportsnet June 17 2014 Retrieved June 17 2014 Nicholson Smith Ben June 19 2014 Blue Jays recall Delabar as Cecil hits DL Sportsnet Retrieved June 19 2014 Chisholm Gregor September 2 2014 Delabar sent home to rest regroup for 2015 MLB com Retrieved September 3 2014 Chisholm Gregor March 26 2015 Delabar optioned by Blue Jays move shocks reliever MLB com Archived from the original on March 28 2015 Retrieved March 26 2015 Blue Jays option Castro Delabar Jenkins recalled Sportsnet May 3 2015 Retrieved May 3 2015 Nicholson Smith Ben January 15 2016 Blue Jays avoid arbitration with six players not Donaldson Sportsnet Retrieved January 16 2016 Blue Jays release Choate former all star Delabar Sportsnet March 29 2016 Retrieved March 29 2016 Buchanan Zach April 3 2016 Cincinnati Reds pitching notes Dan Straily in majors Steve Delabar in Triple A cincinnati com Retrieved April 3 2016 Cincinnati Reds on Twitter Twitter Retrieved May 7 2016 Byrne Connor May 21 2016 Reds Designate Steve Delabar For Assignment mlbtraderumors com Retrieved May 21 2016 Steve Delabar Leaves Reds cbssports com CBS INTERACTIVE Retrieved 24 June 2016 Steve Delabar signs with NPB Hiroshima Toyo Carp fan interference com Retrieved June 25 2016 Indians invite a pair to Major League camp Retrieved 13 January 2017 Adams Steve April 24 2017 Steve Delabar Suspended 80 Games For Failed PED Test mlbtraderumors com Retrieved April 24 2017 Rangers Steve Delabar Agrees to terms with Rangers cbssports com January 4 2018 Retrieved January 4 2018 Todd Jeff April 20 2018 Rangers Release Steve Delabar mlbtraderumors com Retrieved April 21 2018 https www nsrmedia ca posts the spin monday feb 4 2019 steve delabar perry lefko damon bennett Brooks Baseball Home of the PitchFX Tool Player Card Steve Delabar Brooks Baseball Retrieved 13 May 2012 External links EditCareer statistics and player information from MLB or ESPN or Baseball Reference or Fangraphs or Baseball 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