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Jorge Sosa

36-Year-Old Pitcher – Free Agent

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LEAGUE: Majors   40 MAN: NO   BATS: B   THROWS: R   HT: 6' 2"   WT: 220   DOB: 4/28/1978   BORN: Santo Domingo, DR   COLLEGE: None   DRAFTED: No   Show ContractHide Contract

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Jorge Sosa Contract Information:

Sosa signed a two-year contract with the DeNA BayStars in December of 2012.

December 26, 2012  –  Jorge Sosa News

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Sosa signed a two-year contract with the DeNA BayStars, the Kyodo news service reports.

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Jorge Sosa Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS SH IP H ER HR K BB W L SV BS HLD ERA WHIP
2004 26 AAA DUR 3 3 0 13.0 11 4 0 23 0 1 2 0 2.77 0.85
2005 27 MAJ ATL 45 20 0 134.0 122 38 12 85 64 13 3 0 2.55 1.39
2006 28 MAJ ATL 27 13 0 87.3 105 53 20 58 32 3 10 3 5.46 1.57
2006 28 MAJ STL 19 0 0 30.7 33 10 10 17 8 0 1 1 5.28 1.34
2006  (Multiple Teams) 28 MAJ ATL/STL 46 13 0 118.0 138 63 30 75 40 3 11 4 4.81 1.51
2007 29 AAA NEW 5 5 0 32.0 29 4 1 29 4 4 0 0 1.13 1.03
2007 29 MAJ NYM 42 14 0 112.7 109 56 10 69 41 9 8 0 4.47 1.33
2008 30 AAA TAC 27 0 0 36.3 34 16 5 36 21 2 2 4 3.96 1.51
2008 30 AAA ROU 17 0 0 21.7 20 10 5 24 8 1 2 2 4.15 1.29
2008 30 MAJ NYM 20 0 0 21.7 30 17 4 12 11 4 1 0 7.06 1.89
2009 31 AAA SYR 20 4 0 48.3 40 15 3 53 13 1 2 3 2.79 1.10
2009 31 MAJ WAS 18 0 0 22.3 28 16 5 17 12 2 1 2 6.45 1.79
2010 32 AAA NEW 23 9 0 59.0 74 31 5 45 15 5 4 1 0 0 4.73 1.51
2010 32 MAJ FLA 22 2 0 36.7 39 19 4 19 18 2 3 0 0 0 4.66 1.55
Career  (View All)     296 90 1 772.7 791 397 112 491 354 44 53 7 4.62 1.48

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Jorge Sosa Split Stats    (View Full Split Stats)

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Jorge Sosa 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
2004 26 AAA DUR 3 3 13.0 15.92 0.00 0.00 0.00 63.6% 2.77 -0.34 .446
2005 27 MAJ ATL 45 20 134.0 5.71 4.30 1.33 0.81 85.1% 2.55 4.58 .273
2006 28 MAJ ATL 27 13 87.3 5.98 3.30 1.81 2.06 0.72 71.8% 5.46 5.98 .311
2006 28 MAJ STL 19 0 30.7 4.99 2.35 2.13 2.93 0.72 100% 5.28 7.14 .249
2006  (Multiple Teams) 28 MAJ ATL/STL 46 13 118.0 5.72 3.05 1.88 2.29 0.72 77.7% 4.81 6.28 .295
2007 29 AAA NEW 5 5 32.0 8.16 1.13 7.25 0.28 90.6% 1.13 2.17 .314
2007 29 MAJ NYM 42 14 112.7 5.51 3.28 1.68 0.80 0.89 67.1% 4.47 4.26 .285
2008 30 AAA TAC 27 0 36.3 8.92 5.20 1.71 1.24 78% 3.96 4.82 .304
2008 30 AAA ROU 17 0 21.7 9.97 3.32 3.00 2.08 78.3% 4.15 5.09 .288
2008 30 MAJ NYM 20 0 21.7 4.98 4.57 1.09 1.66 0.79 64.9% 92.2 MPH 7.06 6.07 .346
2009 31 AAA SYR 20 4 48.3 9.87 2.42 4.08 0.56 76% 2.79 2.68 .308
2009 31 MAJ WAS 18 0 22.3 6.85 4.84 1.42 2.01 0.76 68.6% 92.2 MPH 6.45 6.25 .333
2010 32 AAA NEW 23 9 59.0 6.86 2.29 3.00 0.76 69% 4.73 3.59 .362
2010 32 MAJ FLA 22 2 36.7 4.66 4.42 1.06 0.98 0.96 71.7% 92.1 MPH 4.66 5.05 .293
Career     296 90 772.7 5.72 4.12 1.39 1.30 72.4% 4.62 5.23 .287

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Jorge Sosa: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Sosa has been named the starter for Saturday's game against the Pirates at the last minute, reports Joe Capozzi of the Palm Beach Post.

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Sosa will start Wednesday's game against the Phillies, Joe Capozzi of the Palm Beach Post reports.

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Sosa was recalled from Triple-A New Orleans on Wednesday, Marlins beat writer Joe Capozzi reports.

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The Marlins designated Sosa for assignment on Tuesday, MLB.com's Joe Frisaro reports.

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Sosa has been called back up from Triple-A New Orleans, the Palm Beach Post reports.

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The Marlins have outrighted Sosa to Triple-A New Orleans, the Marlins' official site reports.

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The Marlins designated Sosa for assignment Tuesday, the Associated Press reports.

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Sosa will be designated for assignment on Tuesday, reports Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

There was no outlook written for Jorge Sosa.

2008

The Mets signed Sosa, who was coming off a nightmare 2006 campaign, to a one-year, $1.25 million deal last January, which turned out to be money well spent. Sosa opened the year at Triple-A New Orleans, going 4-0 with a 1.13 ERA, as Zephyrs pitching coach Mark Brewer helped him alter his arm slot and keep the ball concealed longer so that batters found it more difficult to read and react to the incoming pitch. Sosa started off 5-1 for the Mets before crashing back to earth and being moved to the bullpen. He excelled in that role prior to being overused, and he was unable to put hitters away with two strikes, as they laid off his slider and teed off on his fastball. He is expected to re-sign with Mets and pitch out of the bullpen in 2008.

2007

One of the biggest pitching surprises of 2005 came crashing down to earth last season. Sosa defied the odds in 2005, but in 2006 he proved to be very hittable, giving up 138 hits and 79 runs in 118 innings with Atlanta and St. Louis. His 5.42 ERA was more in line with the rest of his career. He'll try to revive his career and make a bullpen this spring.

2006

Sosa enters 2006 with a job in the starting rotation after surprising success when moved from the bullpen in the middle of last season. Sosa wasn't thought of as a starter and was only used when the Braves were desperate after injuries. He started out 7-1 with a 2.36 ERA and kept the job. While he has 95-mph heat, his control wasn't outstanding (a poor 85/64 K/BB rate). As a result, we're not sure he can repeat the same success or even keep his spot in the rotation.

2005

Nearly 27% of the pitches Sosa threw in 2004 were clocked at 95 MPH or better, so those strikeout totals from last season (8.5 K/9IP) aren't a fluke. Sammy's little cousin throws gas. He may get another crack at Tampa Bay's rotation in 2005, but his best fit might be as a long reliever. He can help with strikeouts in AL-only leagues.

2004

Like the little girl with the curls your grandparents told you about, when Sosa was good, he was very, very good, and when he was bad, he was well, far less than good. Sosa's had 33 major-league starts in the last two years, so the Rays have given him opportunities, including one more in the spring of 2004 to cement a spot in the rotation for good. He'll turn just 26 in April; if he'll just trust his stuff every night out (almost 300 pitches thrown at 95 MPH or faster last year, putting him in the top ten in the league), we like his chances. It'll be up to him to do that.

2003

Sosa was 2-7, 5.53 last year, which sounds awful until you realize that Sosa is a converted outfielder and was only pitching for the second season of his life, and the first above Single-A. He was awful at times, and then awesome at times (in a start at Anaheim last July, he gave up a two-run, none-out homer to Tim Salmon in the first . . . and then retired the next 21 batters, stuffing duct tape down the Rally Monkey's throat). He'll turn 25 in April, and the Devil Rays will make sure he gets regular work, either in the bigs or at Triple-A Durham. Check him in the spring to see what his prospects are of cracking the Rays' rotation.