Edwin Carl

#24 EDWIN CARL – RHP

Height: 6-1        Weight: 215

Bats: Right        Throws: Right

Born: Farmington, New Mexico

Resides: Farmington, New Mexico

High School: Piedra Vista (Farmington, New Mexico)

College: University of New Mexico (Albuquerque, New Mexico – “Lobos”)

Draft: NDFA – KC – 2010

Born: 8/31/88    Opening Night Age: 28

Classification: LS-3

 

Career Highlights: Seventh season of professional baseball and third with the Goldeyes…re-signed by the Goldeyes on 1/25/17…originally signed by Winnipeg on 8/2/15…member of the Goldeyes 106 American Association championship team…career 32-20 record with 13 saves and a 3.71 ERA in 145 games, 52 of them as a starting pitcher…463.1 career innings pitched, allowing 419 hits, 159 walks, and 38 home runs…512 career strikeouts, averaging 9.9 strikeouts per nine innings…has held the opposition to a .244 average with runners in scoring position during career, and a .226 average with two outs and runners in scoring position…has held the opposing leadoff batter to a .232 average in career…lifetime 30% caught stealing percentage as a pitcher…career 3-1 record with a 2.48 ERA in 32.2 postseason innings at the professional level…played for Surprise Saguaros in Arizona Fall League in 2012 and posted a 2.77 ERA in 13.0 relief innings…played for the Australian Baseball League’s Perth Heat during 2015-16 off-season…signed with Kansas City Royals as a non-drafted free agent in 2010…played college baseball at the University of New Mexico from 2009-10…combined 7-3 for the Lobos with one save and a 5.97 ERA…struck out 79 in 86.0 collegiate innings…also played two seasons at Eastern Arizona College (Gila Monsters) in Thatcher, Arizona…played at Piedra Vista High School in Farmington, New Mexico…full name is Edwin George Carl

 

2016

Winnipeg (American Association/Ind.): 10-6 with 4.70 ERA for the Goldeyes in 20 games, all of them starts…113.0 innings pitched, allowing 104 hits, 53 walks, and 13 home runs…struck out 115…ranked tied for seventh in the American Association in wins, fifth in strikeouts, and tied for fifth in opponent’s batting average (.237)…115 strikeouts rank sixth all-time on the Goldeyes’ single-season list…allowed two or fewer earned runs in 11 of 20 starts, and allowed four earned runs or less in 15 of them…walked three batters or less in 14 of 20 starts…pitched into the sixth inning in 13 of 20 starts…started and won on 6/7 at Sioux City, allowing one earned run in 7.0 innings while striking out seven…struck out 10 batters in 6.0 innings while allowing zero runs in no-decision start on 6/12 at Fargo-Moorhead…pitched 8.0 shutout innings with six strikeouts while earning the win in start on 6/23 at Lincoln…started and won on 7/14 vs. Sioux City, allowing two unearned runs in 6.1 innings with eight strikeouts…started and won on 7/19 vs. St. Paul, allowing one earned run on one hit with three strikeouts in 6.2 innings…combined with Kyle Anderson and Brandon Shimo on a one-hitter during 7/19 game…struck out six over 6.0 scoreless innings while picking up the win in start vs. Kansas City on 7/31…started and won on 8/7 at Gary SouthShore, allowing one unearned run in 7.0 innings with six strikeouts…started and took no-decision on 8/22 vs. Fargo-Moorhead, allowing two earned runs in 6.1 innings while striking out 10…started and won on 8/27 vs. Sioux City, allowing one earned run in 5.2 innings with six strikeouts…helped Goldeyes win American Association championship…3-0 with a 2.60 ERA in three starts and one relief appearance during the postseason…started and won Game Two of the American Association Division Series on 9/9 vs. St. Paul, allowing three earned runs in 5.0 innings and striking out seven…made lone relief appearance of the 2016 season in Game Four of the American Association Division Series on 9/11 at St. Paul, striking out one in 0.2 scoreless innings…started and won Game One of the American Association Championship Series on 9/14 vs. Wichita, working 6.2 shutout innings with five strikeouts…started on three days of rest and won Game Four of the American Association Championship Series on 9/18 at Wichita, allowing two earned runs in 5.0 innings with seven strikeouts…Game Four victory helped force a decisive Game Five…three postseason wins tied Shawn Onley (2001) for Goldeyes’ record for a single postseason

 

2015

Lancaster (Atlantic/Ind.): Made one start for the Barnstormers…earned win in start on 9/17 vs. Long Island, striking out four and allowing three earned runs in 7.0 innings…helped Barnstormers reach Atlantic League playoffs…struck out five and allowed one earned run in 6.0 innings during start in Game 1 of Atlantic League Division Series on 9/23 vs. Southern Maryland while taking the loss

 

Winnipeg (American Association/Ind.): 6-1 with a 2.10 ERA for the Goldeyes in eight games, seven of them starts…pitched two complete games…55.2 innings pitched, allowing 39 hits, 14 walks, and three home runs…struck out 62…held opposition to a .182 average with runners in scoring position (44 AB)…allowed two or fewer earned runs in five of seven starts and allowed three or fewer earned runs in six of them…walked three or fewer batters in six of seven starts…pitched at least 6.0 innings in all seven starts…struck out seven or more in six of seven starts…struck out 10 and allowed one earned run in 6.0 innings during start vs. Kansas City on 8/2 while taking a no-decision…pitched complete game, 9.0-inning shutout vs. Sioux Falls on 8/12, striking out nine and allowing only three hits…struck out eight and allowed two earned runs in 6.0 innings in start on 8/17 at Trois-Rivieres while earning the win…pitched 8.0 shutout innings on three hits and struck out eight during start at Ottawa on 8/22 while picking up the win…struck out five and earned the win in relief allowing one earned run in 5.0 innings on 8/26 at Quebec…pitched complete game on 9/6 vs. Lincoln, striking out 11 and allowing one earned run in 9.0 innings

 

Schaumburg (Frontier/Ind.): 1-5 with a 4.69 ERA for the Boomers in 11 games, all of them starts…had one complete game…pitched 63.1 innings, allowing 62 hits, 29 walks, and zero home runs…struck out 65…allowed two or fewer earned runs in five of 11 starts and allowed more than four earned runs in only three of them…walked three or fewer batters in nine of 11 starts…had six starts with six or more strikeouts…pitched at least 6.0 innings in seven of 11 starts and at least 5.0 innings in 10 of them…struck out seven in 6.0 shutout innings on 5/22 in start vs. Lake Erie in a no-decision…struck out 11 and allowed two earned runs in 8.2 innings in start vs. Road Greys on 6/16 while taking a no-decision…struck out 11 in 6.0 innings, allowing two earned runs in a start at Rockford on 6/21 while taking the loss…pitched 6.0 shutout innings in start at Traverse City on 6/27, striking out nine and earning the win…allowed two earned runs and struck out seven in 6.0 innings during start on 7/10 vs. Florence while taking a no-decision

 

2013

Rancho Cucamonga (California/A+/Los Angeles): 1-1 with a 1.17 ERA for the Quakes in 11 games, all in relief…finished two games…15.1 innings pitched, allowing 10 hits, seven walks, and zero home runs…struck out 24…pitched more than 1.0 inning in six of 11 relief appearances…did not allow an earned run in nine of 11 relief appearances…struck out at least one batter in 10 of 11 relief appearances…struck out five in 1.2 relief innings while allowing one earned run on 8/7 vs. Lake Elsinore…worked 2.0 shutout relief innings and struck out four on 8/10 at Lake Elsinore…earned win in relief on 8/26 at Lancaster, striking out three in 2.1 shutout innings…struck out three in 2.0 shutout relief innings on 9/1 vs. Lancaster…helped Quakes reach the California League playoffs…struck out four in 3.2 shutout relief innings in Game 2 of California League Division Series on 9/5 at Inland Empire…Quakes won in extra innings to force decisive Game 3

 

Schaumburg (Frontier/Ind.): Made two appearances for the Boomers, one of them as a starter…did not allow a run in 6.0 innings…allowed three hits, two walks, and no home runs…struck out five…made start on 7/31 at Joliet, striking out three in 4.0 shutout innings while taking a no-decision…helped Boomers win Frontier League Championship

 

Northwest Arkansas (Texas/AA/Kansas City): 2-1 with four saves and a 5.60 ERA for the Naturals in 25 games, 24 of them in relief…finished 11 games…35.1 innings pitched, allowing 41 hits, 15 walks, and seven home runs…struck out 31…pitched more than 1.0 inning in 12 of 24 relief appearances…did not allow an earned run in 13 of 24 relief appearances…earned save on 4/11 at Midland, striking out four in 2.0 shutout relief innings…pitched 1.1 shutout innings to pick up the save on 4/20 vs. Tulsa…earned win in relief on 4/27 at Tulsa with 2.0 scoreless innings…struck out three in 2.0 shutout relief innings on 5/11 at Springfield…made start on 6/15 vs. Springfield in second game of a double header, striking out three in 4.0 shutout innings while taking a no-decision…struck out three in 2.0 shutout relief innings on 7/4 at Midland

 

2012

Wilmington (Carolina/A+/Kansas City): 2-2 with two saves and a 4.00 ERA for the Blue Rocks in 22 games, all in relief…finished nine games…worked 54.0 innings, allowing 53 hits, 14 walks, and four home runs…struck out 56…held the leadoff batter to a .191 average (47 AB)…pitched more than 1.0 inning in 18 of 22 relief appearances…struck out at least one batter in 19 of 22 relief appearances…did not allow an earned run in 14 of 22 relief appearances…struck out five in 4.0 shutout relief innings on 6/3 vs. Frederick…struck out three in 2.1 shutout relief innings on 6/15 vs. Winston-Salem…earned win in relief, striking out eight in 5.0 shutout innings on 6/29 vs. Lynchburg…earned win in relief with 3.0 shutout innings and one strikeout on 7/21 at Salem…worked 2.0 shutout relief innings and struck out four on 7/27 vs. Carolina…earned save and struck out five in 2.1 shutout innings on 8/21 at Frederick…picked up save on 8/28 vs. Myrtle Beach, striking out five in 3.0 shutout innings…helped Blue Rocks reach Carolina League playoffs…allowed one earned run and struck out one in 1.1 relief innings in playoffs

 

Kane County (Midwest/A/Kansas City): 5-2 with a 1.92 ERA for the Cougars in 12 games, 11 of them starts…61.0 innings pitched, allowing 60 hits, 13 walks, and six home runs…struck out 46…allowed two or fewer earned runs in nine of 11 starts and allowed three or fewer earned runs in all of them…pitched at least 5.0 innings in nine of 11 starts…walked one or zero batters in seven of 11 starts and walked two or fewer batters in all of them…held opposition to a .054 average with runners in scoring position (54 AB)…made first career start on 4/6 at Quad Cities, allowing one earned run in 3.1 innings with two strikeouts while taking the loss…struck out seven and allowed two unearned runs in 5.0 innings during start on 4/17 at Beloit in second game of a double header while taking a no-decision…pitched 7.0 shutout innings with three strikeouts and earned the win during start vs. Lake County on 4/22…struck out five and allowed one earned run in 6.0 innings in start on 5/3 vs. Peoria in a no-decision…earned win in start at Beloit on 5/8 with 5.0 shutout innings and six strikeouts…allowed one earned run in 7.0 innings with four strikeouts in start at Cedar Rapids on 5/18 while earning the win

 

2011

Kane County (Midwest/A/Kansas City): Made two relief appearances for the Cougars…finished two games…allowed four earned runs in 3.0 innings pitched…allowed seven hits, two walks, and no home runs…struck out five…helped Cougars reach Midwest League playoffs…made two playoff appearances, posting a 4.15 ERA in 4.1 relief innings while striking out six

 

Idaho Falls (Pioneer/R/Kansas City): 3-1 with five saves and a 1.36 ERA for the Chukars in 21 games, all in relief…finished 20 games…33.0 innings pitched, allowing 17 hits, three walks, and zero home runs…struck out 71…Pioneer League All-Star…led Pioneer League in opponents batting average (.145) and strikeouts per nine innings (19.4)…held left-handed batters to a .111 average (45 AB)…held right-handed batters to a .167 average (72 AB)…pitched more than 1.0 inning in 14 of 21 relief appearances…struck out at least one batter in 20 of 21 relief appearances…struck out three in 2.0 shutout relief innings while earning the win on 6/28 at Casper…worked 2.0 shutout relief innings and struck out three on 7/8 at Orem…earned save on 7/13 vs. Helena, striking out three in 1.2 innings…allowed one earned run in 2.0 relief innings and struck out six on 7/18 vs. Missoula while taking the loss…struck out five in 2.0 shutout relief innings on 8/6 at Casper…struck out six in 2.0 relief innings, allowing one earned run and picking up the save on 8/10 vs. Casper…earned win in relief on 8/13 at Ogden, striking out two in 1.1 scoreless innings…pitched 2.0 shutout relief innings on 8/16 vs. Billings with six strikeouts…notched save on 8/19 vs. Great Falls, striking out five in 2.0 scoreless innings…struck out five in 2.0 shutout relief innings to earn the save on 8/22 at Billings

 

2010

Idaho Falls (Pioneer/R/Kansas City): 1-1 with two saves and a 7.04 ERA for the Chukars during rookie professional season in 10 games, all in relief…finished eight games…16.2 innings pitched, allowing 17 hits, six walks, and four home runs…struck out 28…pitched more than 1.0 inning in six of 10 relief appearances…had at least one strikeout in nine of 10 relief appearances…allowed one or zero earned runs in six of 10 relief appearances…made professional debut on 7/29 vs. Ogden, striking out one in 1.0 shutout relief inning…earned first career save on 8/1 vs. Orem, allowing one earned run in 2.0 innings and striking out three…struck out two in 2.0 shutout relief innings on 8/13 vs. Ogden…struck out six in 2.2 shutout relief innings on 8/25 vs. Missoula…earned first career win and struck out seven in 3.0 shutout relief innings on 9/3 vs. Orem

 

Rick Forney on Edwin Carl: Edwin was instrumental in our championship run last year, and I’m very excited that he is coming back.  He’s a very good starting pitcher in the American Association.  Edwin has proven to be a durable, winning pitcher, and hopefully that trend will continue.