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Troy Percival

45-Year-Old Pitcher – Free Agent

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LEAGUE: Majors   40 MAN: NO   BATS: R   THROWS: R   DOB: 8/9/1969   DRAFTED: No   Show ContractHide Contract

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Troy Percival Contract Information:

Signed a two-year, $8 million contract with Tampa Bay, Nov. 2007. The total value of the deal could reach $12 million with incentives.

March 31, 2010  –  Troy Percival News

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Percival has joined the Angels as a guest instructor and isn't considering a comeback this season, the L.A. Times reports.

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Year Age Lg Tm G GS SH IP H ER HR K BB W L SV BS HLD ERA WHIP
2005 35 MAJ DET 26 0 0 25.0 19 16 7 20 11 1 3 8 5.76 1.20
2007 37 AAA MEM 6 0 0 6.7 4 1 0 9 5 0 0 0 1.35 1.35
2007 37 MAJ STL 34 1 0 40.0 24 8 3 36 10 3 0 0 1.80 0.85
2008 38 MAJ TAM 50 0 0 45.7 29 23 9 38 27 2 1 28 4.53 1.23
2009 39 MAJ TAM 14 0 0 11.3 14 8 3 7 5 0 1 6 6.35 1.68
Career  (View All)     703 1 0 708.7 479 250 85 781 306 35 43 358 3.17 1.11

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Troy Percival Advanced Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS IP K/9 BB/9 K/BB HR/9 GB/FB Ratio Strand % Fastball ERA FIP BABIP
2005 35 MAJ DET 26 0 25.0 7.20 3.96 1.82 2.52 60.9% 5.76 6.60 .192
2007 37 AAA MEM 6 0 6.7 12.15 6.75 1.80 0.00 88.9% 1.35 3.20 .290
2007 37 MAJ STL 34 1 40.0 8.10 2.25 3.60 0.68 0.51 83.9% 1.80 3.15 .215
2008 38 MAJ TAM 50 0 45.7 7.49 5.32 1.41 1.77 0.31 70.2% 91.4 MPH 4.53 5.93 .181
2009 39 MAJ TAM 14 0 11.3 5.56 3.97 1.40 2.38 0.44 68.8% 90.5 MPH 6.35 6.77 .306
Career     703 1 708.7 9.92 3.89 2.55 1.08 76.4% 3.17 3.89 .245

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Troy Percival: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Percival (shoulder) has filed for free agency.

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Manager Joe Maddon believes Troy Percival will retire and not return to the Rays, the St. Petersburg Times reports.

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For time being, Percival (shoulder) is not retiring and is focused on getting his arm healthy, the St. Petersburg Times reports.

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Manager Joe Maddon has no new information on the status of Percival (shoulder), according to the team's official site.

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Percival has flown back home to discuss his future with his family after being placed on the 15-day DL with shoulder tendinitis, according to the team's official site.

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Percival has been placed on the 15-day DL with right shoulder tendinitis, the St. Petersburg Times reports.

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Percival retired only one batter in a tie game on Thursday. He gave up two walks and a single before getting pulled.

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Percival got the call in the ninth inning on Sunday and recorded his sixth save of the year.

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Joe Nelson got the save instead of Percival on Saturday night because the Indians had a slew of lefties due up, and Percival has been getting hit hard by lefties, the Associated Press reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

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2009

Percival went on the DL three times during 2008 (hamstring, knee and back woes, respectively); he underwent back surgery in November and may or may not be ready for Opening Day. Even though Rays manager Joe Maddon successfully used a closer-by-committee approach in Percival's absence, he'd prefer one regular ninth-inning guy, preferably Percival; however, it's not clear Percival will be healthy enough, or has enough left in the tank, to fill that role in 2009. Between DL stints, Percival posted a 6.11 ERA over the second half of the season, allowing 30 baserunners (including five homers) in just 17.2 innings; he recorded just one save for the Rays after August 13.

2008

With Percival healthy again after missing almost two seasons with a major elbow injury, Rays manager Joe Maddon, who was the Angels' bench coach during Percival's glory years, convinced Tampa Bay to snap him up this winter. Percival will replace Al Reyes as the Rays' closer; should he falter, there will be other options for the Rays to turn to, including Reyes and Dan Wheeler.With Percival healthy again after missing almost two seasons with a major elbow injury, Rays manager Joe Maddon, who was the Angels' bench coach during Percival's glory years, convinced Tampa Bay to snap him up this winter. Percival will replace Al Reyes as the Rays' closer; should he falter, there will be other options for the Rays to turn to, including Reyes and Dan Wheeler. With Percival healthy again after missing almost two seasons with a major elbow injury, Rays manager Joe Maddon, who was the Angels' bench coach during Percival's glory years, convinced Tampa Bay to snap him up this winter. Percival will replace Al Reyes as the Rays' closer; should he falter, there will be other options for the Rays to turn to, including Reyes and Dan Wheeler.With Percival healthy again after missing almost two seasons with a major elbow injury, Rays manager Joe Maddon, who was the Angels' bench coach during Percival's glory years, convinced Tampa Bay to snap him up this winter. Percival will replace Al Reyes as the Rays' closer; should he falter, there will be other options for the Rays to turn to, including Reyes and Dan Wheeler.

2008

With Percival healthy again after missing almost two seasons with a major elbow injury, Rays manager Joe Maddon, who was the Angels' bench coach during Percival's glory years, convinced Tampa Bay to snap him up this winter. Percival will replace Al Reyes as the Rays' closer; should he falter, there will be other options for the Rays to turn to, including Reyes and Dan Wheeler.With Percival healthy again after missing almost two seasons with a major elbow injury, Rays manager Joe Maddon, who was the Angels' bench coach during Percival's glory years, convinced Tampa Bay to snap him up this winter. Percival will replace Al Reyes as the Rays' closer; should he falter, there will be other options for the Rays to turn to, including Reyes and Dan Wheeler. With Percival healthy again after missing almost two seasons with a major elbow injury, Rays manager Joe Maddon, who was the Angels' bench coach during Percival's glory years, convinced Tampa Bay to snap him up this winter. Percival will replace Al Reyes as the Rays' closer; should he falter, there will be other options for the Rays to turn to, including Reyes and Dan Wheeler.With Percival healthy again after missing almost two seasons with a major elbow injury, Rays manager Joe Maddon, who was the Angels' bench coach during Percival's glory years, convinced Tampa Bay to snap him up this winter. Percival will replace Al Reyes as the Rays' closer; should he falter, there will be other options for the Rays to turn to, including Reyes and Dan Wheeler.

2006

Percival was shut down last season because of a partial tear of the right flexor pronator muscle mass in his right arm. His career is in jeopardy and the Tigers are moving ahead assuming he won't return this season. Even if Percival were able to make a miraculous comeback his closing days are likely over.

2005

Percival doesn't have overpowering stuff anymore, but he combines good command with enough craftiness to get the job done. He should begin the 2005 season as the Tigers stopper, but assuming Ugueth Urbina stays on the squad, Percival could get bumped to set-up duty fairly quickly were he to hit a rough patch. Given the degradation in his ratios, injury history and age, he might be someone to avoid in 2005.

2004

Percival was hampered by injuries in 2003, yet it surprisingly only cost him a half dozen saves. The only troublesome thing is that the 34-year-old Percival sticks by his claim that the 2004 season could be his last. Keep an eye on his health during spring training, and if his hip isn't giving him any problems, it's okay to put him high on your closer list.

2003

Skill-set wise, Percival is coming off of his two finest seasons since his first two years in the majors. He's had 30 or more saves the past five seasons, and appears to have overcome any lingering doubts about his shoulder. The only current threat to him losing his job is the lingering presence of Francisco Rodriguez. Even that concern should be allayed by the fact that the Angels shelled out $16 million to keep him signed through 2004.