Jerad Eickhoff, Starting Pitcher, Philadelphia Phillies, #48
Date of Birth: 7/2/1990
Birthplace: Evansville, Indiana
College: Olney Central College
Jerad Eickhoff, starting pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies, was first drafted in 2010 by the Chicago Cubs but he chose to continue playing college baseball. A year later, he was drafted by the Texas Rangers. He was traded to the Phillies on July 31, 2015.
Eickhoff played in the minor leagues from 2011 through part of 2015. In 117 games, he had a 4.14 ERA, a 44-27 win-loss record, and 475 strikeouts to 173 walks in 578.1 innings.
Eickhoff joined the Phillies for 8 games in 2015. He had a 3-3 record, 49 strikeouts to 13 walks, and a 2.65 ERA in 51.0 innings.
In 2016, Eickhoff had a 3.65 ERA in 33 games with the Phillies. He finished the season with 11 wins to 14 losses and 167 strikeouts to 42 walks in 197.1 innings.
Career pitching statistics for Eickhoff through 2016 include:
- 41 games played
- 248.1 innings pitched
- 14-17 win-loss record
- 216 strikeouts to 55 walks
- 3.44 ERA