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Jarrod Parker

28-Year-Old Pitcher – Oakland Athletics

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Parker's rehab from his second Tommy John surgery hit a wall in May when he fractured a bone in his right elbow during a start in Triple-A. The path back was already tough for Parker with multiple Tom...

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2016 ADP:  641.58

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STATUS:  Out     INJURY TYPE:  Elbow     EST. RETURN:  3/1/2017
LEAGUE: AAA    40 MAN: NO   BATS: R   THROWS: R   HT: 6' 1"   WT: 195   DOB: 11/24/1988
BORN: Fort Wayne, IN   COLLEGE: None  DRAFTED: 1st Rd   Show ContractHide Contract

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Signed with Athletics for $850,000 in December of 2015 to avoid arbitration.

October 7, 2016  –  Jarrod Parker News

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Parker (elbow) was outrighted to Triple-A Nashville of Friday, Jane Lee of MLB.com reports.

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Jarrod Parker 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
2008 19 A SOU 24 24 0 117.2 113 45 8 117 33 12 5 0 3.44 1.25
2009 20 A VIS 4 4 0 19.0 12 2 0 21 4 1 0 0 0.95 0.84
2009 20 AA MOB 16 16 0 78.3 82 32 2 74 34 4 6 0 3.68 1.48
2011 22 AA MOB 26 26 0 130.2 112 55 7 112 55 11 8 0 0 0 3.79 1.28
2011 22 MAJ ARI 1 1 0 5.7 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.88
2012 23 AAA SAC 4 4 0 20.2 22 5 2 21 6 1 0 0 0 0 2.18 1.39
2012 23 MAJ OAK 29 29 0 181.3 166 70 11 140 63 13 8 0 0 0 3.47 1.26
2013 24 MAJ OAK 32 32 0 197.0 178 87 25 134 63 12 8 0 0 0 3.97 1.22
2015 26 A+ STO 2 2 0 8.2 8 5 1 8 0 1 1 0 0 0 5.19 0.98
2015 26 AAA NAS 2 2 0 10.0 14 7 2 7 2 1 0 0 0 0 6.30 1.60
Career  (View All)     62 62 0 384.0 348 157 36 275 127 25 16 0 3.68 1.24

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Jarrod Parker Split Stats    (View Full Split Stats)

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Jarrod Parker 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
2008 19 A SOU 24 24 117.2 8.98 2.53 3.55 0.61 73.2% 3.44 2.94 .330
2009 20 A VIS 4 4 19.0 9.95 1.89 5.25 0.00 87.5% 0.95 1.62 .269
2009 20 AA MOB 16 16 78.3 8.50 3.91 2.18 0.23 73.7% 3.68 3.17 .353
2011 22 AA MOB 26 26 130.2 7.74 3.80 2.04 0.48 70% 3.79 3.70 .292
2011 22 MAJ ARI 1 1 5.7 1.59 1.59 1.00 0.00 0.60 100% 0.00 3.38 .211
2012 23 AAA SAC 4 4 20.2 9.36 2.67 3.50 0.89 88.5% 2.18 3.30 .357
2012 23 MAJ OAK 29 29 181.3 6.95 3.13 2.22 0.55 1.43 72.9% 3.47 3.54 .294
2013 24 MAJ OAK 32 32 197.0 6.12 2.88 2.13 1.14 1.12 71.3% 91.5 MPH 3.97 4.56 .266
2015 26 A+ STO 2 2 8.2 8.78 0.00 0.00 1.10 42.9% 5.19 3.20 .316
2015 26 AAA NAS 2 2 10.0 6.30 1.80 3.50 1.80 64.3% 6.30 5.00 .361
Career     62 62 384.0 6.45 2.98 2.17 0.84 72.4% 3.68 4.01 .279

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Jarrod Parker: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Parker (elbow) successfully underwent surgery Wednesday to reconstruct his flexor tendon and UCL complex, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

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Parker (elbow) will go through a full rehab process in hopes of pitching again, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

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Parker (elbow) will undergo surgery on April 1, Carl Steward of the Bay Area News Group reports.

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Parker (elbow) will see Dr. Neil El Attrache about his fractured elbow Tuesday for a C.T. scan and checkup, John Hickey of the Bay Area News Group reports.

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An MRI showed that Parker has re-fractured the medial epicondyle in his right elbow, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

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Parker (elbow) has a lateral elbow impingement that caused him to cut his throwing session short Thursday, reports Jane Lee of MLB.com.

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Parker's throwing session Thursday was halted after he felt pain in his arm, MLB.com's Jane Lee reports.

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2015

Parker struggled early on in spring training and was diagnosed with forearm tightness. After announcing that Parker would open the season on the DL, it was announced three days later that he would undergo his second career Tommy John surgery. The fact that this is Parker's second time going under the knife makes projecting him even more complicated. Prior to 2014, Parker was looking like a very solid starting option with back-to-back full seasons with an ERA below 4.00. It is unclear whether Parker will come back as a starter or if the A's may look to try and use him out of the bullpen. Either way, 2015 will likely be an up and down year for Parker, and his return may take longer than the typical 12-month window as is often the case for pitchers returning from Tommy John for the second time.

2014

Parker entered 2013 as a hyped pitcher in fantasy leagues and proceeded to throw up a 1-4 record in April with a 7.36 ERA. After many fantasy owners cut bait and dropped him, Parker went on to win 11 games with a 3.38 from May 1 forward, including a stretch of 19 starts where he did not suffer a loss. Parker does not sport a high strikeout rate (6.1 K/9), but he is tough to hit, holding opponents below a .250 batting average in both of his seasons in Oakland. Parker possesses one of the best changeups in baseball and should get better with experience and could present a nice draft value since his awful April held down his overall numbers.

2013

Parker was a very highly touted prospect (ninth pick overall in 2007) in the Diamondbacks organization before he had Tommy John surgery in 2010. He was the main piece of the Trevor Cahill trade and made his debut with the A's in late April. Parker never looked back and was the A's best starter over the course of the season. He faded in the second half with his ratios, but a closer look reveals that his command actually improved dramatically in the second half, a great sign as his command was his main weakness in the first half. Parker slots into the top half of the A's rotation for 2013 and appears to be on the upswing being another year removed from surgery. With an arsenal that could generate more strikeouts going forward, Parker is a good mid-round target as he continues to adjust to big league hitters.

2012

After losing his 2010 season to rehab from Tommy John surgery, Parker returned to Double-A Mobile last season and essentially picked up where he left off before going under the knife. As is often the case for pitchers coming back from a torn UCL, Parker's control took some time to return and his walk rate (3.80 BB/9IP) actually improved throughout the second half. The D-Backs capped him at 136.1 innings between Mobile and a late-season start with the big club, which means he could be on a limited innings count in his first full major league season, now with Oakland after he got sent there in the Trevor Cahill trade. Long term, the ceiling remains high as the former ninth overall pick (2007) has the arsenal of a future ace, and now he has a clear shot to earn that title, in a better pitchers' park to boot.

2011

Parker is expected to be 100 percent healthy for spring training following Tommy John surgery in October 2009. During fall workouts, reports indicated he was reaching 97 mph during his throwing sessions, a very encouraging sign for the 22-year-old right-hander. If he had remained healthy, Parker likely would have been in the D-Backs' Opening Day rotation this season, but he may need to spend a couple of months at Double-A Mobile or Triple-A Reno ironing out the wrinkles from his one-year layoff before reclaiming his status as one of the brightest pitching prospects in baseball.

2010

Parker was shut down in August with a strained elbow, but that eventually became a torn elbow ligament and resulted in Tommy John surgery after rest and rehabilitation weren't enough to alleviate the problem. As a 20-year-old last season, Parker was very good at High-A Visalia and Double-A Mobile, but he'll likely have to return to Double-A once he's healthy again. Given that he didn't have the surgery until October, Parker will likely miss the entire 2010 season and try to get back on track as one of the league's most promising young pitching prospects in 2011.

2009

Making his professional debut as a 19-year-old, Parker showed excellent poise and command, while the D-Backs were particularly pleased with the development of his secondary pitches. Parker made strides with his change-up and is also working on a curveball, while he already throws a fastball that touches 98 mph along with a good slider. Those in keeper leagues willing to wait another two or three years for the payoff appear to be in a position for big rewards down the road. He'll move up to High-A for the start of 2009, after he posted a 117:33 K:BB ratio and 3.44 ERA in 117.2 innings at South Bend.

2008

Parker was the D-Backs' top selection in 2007 draft and he'll likely begin his first professional season at Low-A as a 19-year-old. His arsenal includes a 94-97 mph plus-fastball with good life, with both a curveball and changeup that still need some time to fully develop. Parker commands both sides of the plate and has more poise than the typical pitcher possesses out of high school, but don't expect to see him in Arizona until late 2010 or the start of 2011, while his long-term role will hinge on how well his secondary pitches develop since he won't be able to rely as heavily on his heater against older competition.