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Shairon Martis

Shairon Martis
Martis pitching for the Nationals on April 16, 2009.
Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions – No. 74
Pitcher
Born: (1987-03-30) March 30, 1987
Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles
Bats: Right Throws: Right
MLB debut
September 4, 2008 for the Washington Nationals
Career statistics
(through 2013 season)
Win–loss record 6–7
Earned run average 5.35
Strikeouts 64
Teams
Shairon Martis
Medal record
Men’s Baseball
Competitor for  Netherlands
Baseball World Cup
Gold 2011 Panama National team
European Baseball Championship
Gold 2007 Spain National team

Shairon B. Martis (born March 30, 1987) is a Dutch-Curaçaoan professional baseball pitcher for the Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions of the Chinese Professional Baseball League. He has previously pitched for the Washington Nationals and Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball. Martis was a member of the Netherlands in the 2006 World Baseball Classic and the 2013 World Baseball Classic.

Amateur and International Career

In 2002, Martis was a member of the Curaçao team that claimed the Senior League World Series, which took place in Bangor, Maine.

Martis pitched a no-hitter on March 10, 2006, in the World Baseball Classic against Panama, in a game stopped in the 7th inning due to the mercy rule.

Professional career

San Francisco Giants

Martis was signed by the San Francisco Giants in 2004. In 2005, he pitched in 11 games with 5 starts. His record was 2–1 with a 1.85 ERA for the San Francisco Giants' Arizona Rookie League team. Martis began the 2006 season with Augusta in the Low A South Atlantic League, where he accrued a 6–4 record and 3.64 ERA in 15 starts. On July 28, 2006, Martis was traded to the Washington Nationals for veteran lefty reliever Mike Stanton.[1]

Washington Nationals

On July 28, 2006, the Nationals acquired Martis from the San Francisco Giants for veteran lefty reliever Mike Stanton.[1] He joined the roster of Savannah of the South Atlantic League on August 1, 2006. After going 1–1 with a 3.80 ERA in four starts at Savannah, Martis was promoted to Washington's Potomac club in the High A Carolina League. He pitched two games in Potomac, giving up 4 earned runs in 12 innings, and finished the season at Harrisburg in the Double-A Eastern League, allowing 7 earned runs over 5 innings in his only appearance of the Harrisburg season. In 2007, Martis pitched for Potomac the entire season. In 26 starts and one relief appearance, he logged a 4.23 ERA over 151 innings, striking out 108 batters while issuing just 52 walks. Martis was assigned to Harrisburg to begin the 2008 season. After going 4–4 with a 3.98 ERA and a respectable 1.35 WHIP in 14 starts at Harrisburg, he was promoted on June 21 to Triple-A Columbus, where he went 1–2 and accrued a 3.02 ERA in 7 starts, striking out 42 batters and walking 17. He was selected as a member of the World Team for the 2008 All-Star Futures Game in Yankee Stadium. Martis was called up to the major-league roster on September 2, with the intent of assigning him to the bullpen. However, an injury to rotation member Collin Balester caused Martis to put into the starting rotation. He made his major league debut September 4, 2008, against the Atlanta Braves. He gave up 2 runs in 5 innings, getting the loss. He struck out the first batter he faced, Gregor Blanco. Chipper Jones got the first hit off Martis. In his first plate appearance, he drew a walk from Braves rookie James Parr, who, like Martis, was also making his first major-league appearance. Martis struck out Parr in Parr's first at-bat earlier in the game.[2] Martis got his first major league win on September 23, 2008, against the Florida Marlins.[3] On May 2, 2009, against the St. Louis Cardinals, Martis pitched his first career complete game,[4] which was the Nationals' first complete game since Pedro Astacio's in 2006 against the Atlanta Braves.

Pittsburgh Pirates

On November 22, 2011, he signed a minor league contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates.[5] In June 2012, the Pirates traded Martis to the Minnesota Twins for a player to be named later or cash.[6]

Minnesota Twins

In June 2012, Minnesota Twins acquired Martis from the Pittsburgh Pirates for a player to be named later or cash.[6]He was outrighted off the roster on October 2, 2013.

Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions

On February 26, 2014, Martis signed a 1-yr deal with the Uni-President 7-Eleven Lions of the CPBL. [7]

References

  1. ^ a b "Nationals acquire pitching prospect Shairon Martis from Giants in exchange for Mike Stanton".  
  2. ^ "September 4, 2008 Washington Nationals @ Atlanta Braves Box Score". September 4, 2008. 
  3. ^ "September 23, 2008 Florida Marlins @ Washington Nationals Box Score". September 23, 2008. 
  4. ^ "May 2, 2009 St. Louis Cardinals @ Washington Nationals Box Score". May 2, 2009. 
  5. ^ Langosch, Jenifer (November 23, 2011). "Pirates sign six players to Minor League deals". 
  6. ^ a b Williams, Tim (June 27, 2012). "Shairon Martis Traded to the Twins". 
  7. ^ http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2014/02/minor-moves-shairon-martis.html

External links

  • Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or The Baseball Cube, or Baseball-Reference (Minors)
  • Shairon Martis' website
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