Randall Delgado, Relief Pitcher, Arizona Diamondbacks, #48
Date of Birth: 2/9/1990
Birthplace: Los Santos, Panama
Current Salary: $1,775,000
Randall Delgado, relief pitcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks, first signed with the Atlanta Braves in July, 2006. He pitched in the Braves' minor league system from 2007 through most of 2011.
Delgado pitched in seven games as a starting pitcher with the Braves in 2011. He had a 2.83 ERA in 35.0 innings. He also pitched 139.0 innings in 25 games in the minors. The following season, he pitched in 17 games as a starter and one game in relief with the Braves. He finished the 2012 season with 4 wins to 9 losses and a 4.37 ERA in 92.2 innings.
The Braves traded Delgado to the Diamondbacks on January 24, 2013. He pitched in 20 games with the Diamondbacks in 2013. He finished with a 4.26 ERA in a career high 116.1 innings.
The Diamondbacks moved Delgado to the bullpen in 2014. In 4 games as a starter and 43 games in relief, he had a 4.87 ERA in 77.2 innings. The following season, he pitched in only one game as a starter and in 63 games in relief. He finished the 2015 season wtih a 3.25 ERA in 72.0 innings.
In 2016, Delgado pitched only as a relief pitcher with the Diamondbacks. He finished the season with 5 wins to 2 losses, 68 strikeouts to 36 walks, and a 4.44 ERA in 75.0 innings.
Career pitching statistics for Delgado through 2016 include:
- 235 games played
- 468.2 innings pitched
- 27-27 win-loss record
- 400 strikeouts to 183 walks
- 4.15 ERA