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Kevin Correia

34-Year-Old Pitcher – Free Agent

2014 Stats

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7-17

ERA

5.44

WHIP

1.50

K

79

SV

0

2015 RotoWire Projections

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2015 Fantasy Baseball Outlook

After three seasons of improved ERAs despite incredibly weak skills (too many hits, too many homers, and too few strikeouts), he remained waiver-wire fodder that almost no one wanted to trust. It was ...

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LEAGUE: Majors   40 MAN: NO   BATS: R   THROWS: R   HT: 6' 3"   WT: 200   DOB: 8/24/1980   BORN: San Diego, CA   COLLEGE: Cal Poly   DRAFTED: 4th Rd    Show ContractHide Contract

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Kevin Correia Contract Information:

Correia agreed to a two-year, $10 million contract with Minnesota in December of 2012. He'll make $4.5 million in 2013 and $5.5 million in 2014.

March 30, 2015  –  Kevin Correia News

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Kevin Correia 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 23 AAA FRE 29 16 0 105.3 118 54 12 70 35 3 7 0 4.61 1.45
2005 24 A SAN 1 1 0 7.0 5 2 0 7 5 0 1 0 2.57 1.43
2005 24 AAA FRE 31 3 0 46.0 50 31 6 35 23 3 2 7 6.07 1.59
2005 24 MAJ SFO 16 11 0 58.3 61 30 12 44 31 2 5 0 4.63 1.58
2006 25 MAJ SFO 48 0 0 69.7 64 27 5 57 22 2 0 0 3.49 1.23
2007 26 MAJ SFO 59 8 0 101.7 94 39 9 80 40 4 7 0 3.45 1.32
2008 27 A SAN 1 1 0 3.1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0.00 0.65
2008 27 AAA FRE 2 2 0 12.0 8 2 1 15 0 1 0 0 1.50 0.67
2008 27 MAJ SFO 25 19 0 110.0 141 74 15 66 47 3 8 0 6.05 1.71
2009 28 MAJ SDG 37 33 1 198.0 194 86 17 142 64 12 11 0 3.91 1.30
2010 29 MAJ SD 28 26 0 145.0 152 87 20 115 64 10 10 0 0 0 5.40 1.49
2011 30 MAJ PIT 27 26 0 154.0 175 82 24 77 39 12 11 0 0 0 4.79 1.39
2012 31 MAJ PIT 32 28 0 171.0 176 80 20 89 46 12 11 0 0 0 4.21 1.30
2013 32 MAJ MIN 31 31 0 185.3 218 86 24 101 45 9 13 0 0 0 4.18 1.42
2014 33 MAJ LAD 9 3 0 24.7 34 22 7 18 8 2 4 0 0 0 8.03 1.70
2014 33 MAJ MIN 23 23 0 129.3 157 71 13 61 32 5 13 0 0 0 4.94 1.46
2014  (Multiple Teams) 33 MAJ LAD/MIN 32 26 0 154.0 191 93 20 79 40 7 17 0 0 0 5.44 1.50
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3-Year Averages     31 28 0 170.1 195 86 21 89 43 9 13 0 0 0 4.55 1.40
Career  (View All)     357 216 1 1,405.3 1,532 717 175 892 466 76 95 0 4.59 1.42

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Kevin Correia Split Stats    (View Full Split Stats)

Vs. Left

Year Batters K BB H 2B 3B HR BAA
201437435341032229.310
2013393532810624111.295
201234944347616111.248

Vs. Right

Year Batters K BB H 2B 3B HR BAA
20143134468819211.291
2013399481711221113.299
201237945121001349.284

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Year IP W L SV K BB HR ERA WHIP
201477.031103918127.011.62
2013104.75506017133.351.24
201281.7730401893.641.19

Away

Year IP W L SV K BB HR ERA WHIP
201477.0460402283.861.38
201380.74804128115.241.65
201289.35804928114.741.40
Kevin Correia 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 23 AAA FRE 29 16 105.3 5.98 2.99 2.00 1.03 70.2% 4.61 4.43 .318
2005 24 A SAN 1 1 7.0 9.00 6.43 1.40 0.00 80% 2.57 3.34 .282
2005 24 AAA FRE 31 3 46.0 6.85 4.50 1.52 1.17 62.7% 6.07 4.94 .317
2005 24 MAJ SFO 16 11 58.3 6.79 4.78 1.42 1.85 77.5% 4.63 6.01 .289
2006 25 MAJ SFO 48 0 69.7 7.36 2.84 2.59 0.65 0.63 72.8% 3.49 3.48 .297
2007 26 MAJ SFO 59 8 101.7 7.08 3.54 2.00 0.80 1.13 76% 3.45 4.00 .291
2008 27 A SAN 1 1 3.1 2.90 2.90 1.00 0.00 100% 0.00 3.52 .114
2008 27 AAA FRE 2 2 12.0 11.25 0.00 0.00 0.75 85.7% 1.50 1.78 .271
2008 27 MAJ SFO 25 19 110.0 5.40 3.85 1.40 1.23 0.82 65.9% 89.1 MPH 6.05 5.10 .340
2009 28 MAJ SDG 37 33 198.0 6.45 2.91 2.22 0.77 1.40 71.4% 91.0 MPH 3.91 3.88 .298
2010 29 MAJ SD 28 26 145.0 7.14 3.97 1.80 1.24 1.86 65.8% 90.3 MPH 5.40 4.83 .310
2011 30 MAJ PIT 27 26 154.0 4.50 2.28 1.97 1.40 1.34 69.5% 90.8 MPH 4.79 5.02 .297
2012 31 MAJ PIT 32 28 171.0 4.68 2.42 1.93 1.05 1.71 70.3% 90.3 MPH 4.21 4.54 .284
2013 32 MAJ MIN 31 31 185.3 4.90 2.19 2.24 1.17 1.38 74.1% 90.5 MPH 4.18 4.55 .315
2014 33 MAJ LAD 9 3 24.7 6.57 2.92 2.25 2.55 2.00 57.1% 89.9 MPH 8.03 6.40 .344
2014 33 MAJ MIN 23 23 129.3 4.24 2.23 1.91 0.90 1.18 67% 89.9 MPH 4.94 4.42 .322
2014  (Multiple Teams) 33 MAJ LAD/MIN 32 26 154.0 4.62 2.34 1.98 1.17 1.27 65.4% 89.9 MPH 5.44 4.67 .325
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3-Year Averages     31 28 170.1 4.71 2.27 2.07 1.11 70% 4.55 4.52 .308
Career     357 216 1,405.3 5.71 2.98 1.91 1.12 70.3% 4.59 4.58 .306

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2014 Stat Review for Kevin Correia    As compared to the top 100 starting pitchers in 2014 (min 145 in)

K/BB/HR Stats

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1.98 K/BB
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4.62 K/9
TERRIBLE
2.34 BB/9
GOOD
89.9 MPH Fastball
WEAK
1.2 HR/9
POOR
1.27 GB/FB Ratio
MODERATE GROUNDBALLER
ERA/WHIP/FIP

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5.44 ERA
TERRIBLE
1.50 WHIP
TERRIBLE
4.67 FIP
TERRIBLE
BABIP/Strand

Balls in play avg. and % of runners left stranded.

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.325 BABIP
HIGH
65.4% Strand Rate
LOW

2015 Projected Stats Breakdown for Kevin Correia

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Kevin Correia: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Correia plans to opt-out of his contract and become a free agent, CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports.

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Correia was reassigned to minor league camp Sunday, Bob Dutton of the Tacoma News Tribune reports.

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Correia signed a minor league contract with the Mariners with an invite to spring training on Monday, the Seattle Times' Ryan Divish reports.

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Correia is expected to move back to the bullpen on a more permanent basis following Hyun-Jin Ryu's (leg) activation from the 15-day DL on Sunday.

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Correia allowed seven runs (five earned) on seven hits while striking out one in three innings of work in the Dodgers' 11-3 loss to the Mets on Sunday.

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Correia pitched five innings Tuesday against the Padres, allowing four runs on eight hits and one walk, while striking out six to improve to 2-0 with the Dodgers.

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Correia will start Tuesday in place of Hyun-Jin Ryu (glute), David Vassegh of AM 570 Los Angeles reports.

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Correia is the likely replacement should Hyun-Jin Ryu (leg) be unable to make his next start early next week, the Dodgers' official site reports.

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Correia will move to the bullpen following Monday's start, David Vassegh of AM Radio 570 reports.

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2015

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2014

Minnesota signed Correia to provide the team with much-needed innings and he responded with a better-than-expected performance that cements him in the 2014 rotation. Despite a 9-13 record, Correia had a decent 4.18 ERA and threw 185.1 innings, the second-most in a season of his career. However, he seems unlikely to duplicate that performance as he has a weak strikeout rate (4.9 K/9) and mediocre velocity (90.5 mph average fastball). He has continued to improve his control to a career-best 2.2 BB/9 and does generate groundballs (44 percent) at about league average. Still, Correia carries a lot of downside risk given his weak arsenal, but he'll likely begin the season as Minnesota's No. 3 or No. 4 starter.

2013

Correia is nothing if not predictable. The right-hander went 12-11 for the third time in four seasons in 2012. His 1.9 K/BB ratio was right in line with his career norm, and he struck out only 89 batters in 171 innings. The Bucs removed him from the rotation after acquiring Wandy Rodriguez prior to the trade deadline and Correia sulked for a couple weeks. Once injuries forced the Pirates to start him again, he responded by registering a 3.50 ERA in 36 September innings. After signing a two-year deal with the Twins in December, Correia will fight for a fourth or fifth rotation spot once again in 2013.

2012

Correia's fantasy owners got their money worth in his first eight starts when the righty went 5-2 with a 2.91 ERA and 1.101 WHIP. Surprisingly, Correia compiled an 11-7 record and was named to the All-Star Game. Savvy players likely had an inkling that the smooth sailing wouldn't last, however. After the break, he put up a 7.23 ERA in 37.1 innings before being shut down with a strained oblique. Correia has struck out more than 115 batters just one time and holds a career 4.57 ERA and 1.432 WHIP. He's hit double-digit wins in each of the last three years, but his mediocre peripherals suggest he's little more than a late-round draft pick.

2011

Coming off a breakthrough in 2009, Correia's 2010 season was a disappointment. He posted a 5.40 ERA, 1.490 WHIP and won only 10 games in 26 starts, hardly useful numbers to fantasy owners. It wasn't all bad, though, as he improved his strikeout and groundball rates for the second year in a row. A walk rate that pushed 4.0 BB/9IP and a bout with the long ball did most of the damage. Correia's brother died in a hiking accident in early May, and it's entirely possible that his passing affected his performance as the season went on. In the offseason, he signed a two-year deal with the Pirates, which affords him plenty of job security. While the move out of PETCO won't help, it's likely his home-run rate regresses to his career norm and his ERA should improve a bit.

2010

The Padres took advantage of a roster jam to get Correia away from the Giants in the spring, and he turned into their ace after the Jake Peavy deal. It wasn't a fluke - Correia had pitched well in 2006 and 2007 as well, and is basically a league-average starter. In Petco, that's a pretty good fantasy play. Look for a repeat of last season's performance

2009

Correia's 2008 season was ugly, finishing with a 6.05 ERA and 1.71 WHIP. His 66:47 K:BB ratio was equally bad. Still, he was plagued by a lingering oblique injury last year and he's never had arm troubles. He's had decent strikeout rates, but control and the long ball have been problems. He'll get a shot to join the rotation in San Diego after signing a minor league contract.

2008

After turning in a September with a 2.70 ERA and 1.167 WHIP as a starter, Correia enters 2008 competing for the team's final rotation spot. While his late-season audition was impressive, Correia's 80:40 K:BB ratio over 101.2 innings was just mediocre, and his stuff is hardly dominant. He does have AT&T Park working for him, so his weak 1.13 G/F ratio can be masked somewhat. Still, Jonathan Sanchez has to be viewed as the favorite to win the No. 5 starter role, relegating Correia to middle relief.

2007

Correia entered last season as a fifth-starter candidate but ended up losing that spot to Jamey Wright. Relegated to bullpen duty, Correia actually turned in a solid season. He's likely once again to compete for a rotation spot this spring, but given his moderate success in the pen last season, the Giants might elect to stick with him there.

2006

He was rushed up by the Giants in '03, and hasn't really been the same since. A disastrous tryout as the Fresno closer was followed by some decent work in the Giants rotation in the second half, giving hope that he could be a No. 4 starter. No upside.

2005

Correia was recalled off and on from Triple-A Fresno due to injuries to some of San Francisco's regular middle relievers. He'll probably benefit from more work this season in the minors before he can be counted on, but there is a small chance he could crack the lineup this season with a good spring training.

2004

The unlikely answer to the question: "Who was the first player from the 2002 draft to reach the major leagues?" Correia jumped into the Giants rotation when injuries and ineffectiveness left them short in July. He'll battle Dustin Hermanson for a rotation spot in 2004, and could have a Ryan Jensen-like season if things break right. Like many Giants starters, he's a good pickup because of the quality of the team around him and the way Pac Bell Park keeps runs off the board.

2003