Chaz and his wife, Sarah, have two daughters, Mila (7) and Taylin (5), and a son, Blaise (1)...One of his passions is deer hunting…he taught himself how to process the meat through trial and error…he found that soaking it in salt water for a few hours reduces the gamey taste…the meat he treats and stores lasts the family all year...Roe’s first name came from a former football teammate of his father’s named Chaz Czack…his brother’s name is Czack (pronounced “Zack”)...His father, Donald, played football at the University of Kentucky and once made a solo tackle against running back Herschel Walker… Donald played high school football and baseball against Rays bullpen coach Stan Boroski...Chaz grew up a Pittsburgh sports fan…his great uncle is Hall of Famer Bill Mazeroski.
Placed on the 10-day IL (right elbow soreness) on Aug 22, retroactive to Aug 20…transferred to the 45-day IL on Aug 29, ending his season...Opponents hit .294 (10-for-34) against him in his 10 apps…righties hit .333 (9-for-27) against him...Pitched to a 1.59 ERA (5.2-IP, 1-ER) in his last 5 apps, lowering his season ERA from 4.91 to 2.89...Made his fourth consecutive Opening Day roster, including his third straight with Rays...On Aug 1 at BAL, allowed an 11th-inning walkoff single to Pat Valaika…it was the second walk-off hit allowed in his career, following José Bautista’s grand slam on July 6, 2018 at NYM...On Aug 18 at NYY, pitched a scoreless 9th inning for his third career save, all with the Rays…the next night in the Bronx, walked two of his 3 BF in his final app of the season.
Led the Rays with 71 appearances, surpassing his career high from 2018 (61)...Went 1-0 with a 2.66 ERA (23.2-IP, 7-ER) in 32 apps after the All-Star break, compared to 0-3 with a 5.27 ERA (27.1-IP, 16-ER) before it...Yielded only 3 HR in 51 IP, all before the All-Star break…last allowed one on July 2 vs. BAL...Issued 31 BB, including 22 BB to 174 righthanded batters faced (12.6 pct.)-up from 9 BB to 151 righties in 2018 (6.0 pct.)…however, lowered this to 8.7 pct. (9 of 104) beginning on June 13...According to FanGraphs, threw his slider for a career-high 64.8 pct. of total pitches...Missed 9 games wrapped around the All-Star break due to a stint on the 10-day IL from July 9-19 with a right flexor strain...Through the end of May, recorded a 2.20 ERA (16.1-IP, 4-ER) in 24 apps…from the start of June until the All-Star break, pitched to a 9.82 ERA (11-IP, 12-ER) in 15 apps…allowed run(s) in six of these 15 apps and multiple runs in five of them...Made his third straight Opening Day roster...On June 18 at NYY, allowed 3 runs and a careerhigh 5 hits, suffering a 6-3 loss…entered with a 2-1 lead with 1 out in the 5th inning and allowed four consecutive hits to start his outing...On July 31 at BOS, pitched around a leadoff single and a 2-out walk in the 9th inning for the second save of his career...On Aug 27 at HOU, yielded a career-high 5 runs and career-high-tying 5 hits in a 15-1 Rays loss...: In Game 3 of the ALDS vs. HOU, started the 6th inning and allowed three consecutive hits, including a 2-run single by Yuli Gurriel, before retiring his last 2 BF.
In his first full major league season, made a career-high 61 apps, 3rd on the club behind Sergio Romo (73) and José Alvarado (70)…was on the 10-day DL, July 7-Aug 13, with a left meniscus tear...His 32 holds tied Alvarado for the AL lead…he and Alvarado tied for 3rd in Rays history, behind Joel Peralta in 2013 (41) and 2012 (37)...Recorded a 1.48 ERA (24.1-IP, 4-ER) and .155 opp avg. (13-for-84) in 30 apps at home, compared to a 5.54 ERA (26-IP, 16-ER) and .234 opp avg. (22-for94) in 31 apps on the road...According to FanGraphs, threw his slider for 52.6 pct. of total pitches, 5th-highest rate in the majors (min. 50 IP)...In the 9th inning on April 30 at DET, went 0.1 IP and allowed a hit and 2 HBP, the first app of his career with 2 HBP…it was the first time in franchise history a pitcher went 0.1 IP or fewer with 2 HBP…was charged 2 runs on a single by Victor Martinez, allowed by José Alvarado…the Rays held on to win, 3-2...On June 9 vs. SEA, inherited 2-on, 2-out in the 8th inning and induced a Jean Segura groundout to end the inning…faced the minimum in the 9th inning, erasing a leadoff single with a 1-4-3 double play for his first career save in the majors, coming in his 132nd app... On June 17 at NYY, recorded his first win since Sep 12, 2016 vs. MIA (with ATL), making 51 apps in between...On July 6 at NYM, yielded a career-high-tying 4 runs (also Aug 28, 2016 at SF, with ATL) on a walk-off grand slam by José Bautista…it was the first grand slam allowed in his career (143rd app)…his 4 runs allowed matched his total from his previous 25 apps combined…was his last app before his stint on the disabled list...On July 13, underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee to repair a torn meniscus…The procedure was performed in St. Petersburg by Dr. Koco Eaton.
Acquired on July 18 from the Braves for cash considerations…was a September call up for the Rays after making 17 apps with Triple-A Durham... Selected by the Rays from Durham on Sep 5 and became the 53rd and final player used by the club, a club record (52 in 2000)... His only run allowed in 9 apps spanning 8.2 IP with the Rays was a solo homer by Aaron Hicks, Sep 28 at NYY…did not allow a run in his first 7 apps with the team... Held opponents to a .143 avg. (4-for-28) with the Rays... With Atlanta, made his first career Opening Day roster…made 3 apps in April but was on the disabled list for most of the first half with a right lat strain…reinstated from the 60-day DL and designated for assignment on July 6, and outrighted to Triple-A Gwinnett on July 13... After being outrighted by the Braves, allowed 3 R/ER in his only app for Gwinnett…was 0-3 with a 3.00 ERA (21-IP, 7-ER) and 35 SO to 5 BB in 17 apps with Durham.
Split the season between Baltimore and Atlanta, while also spending time with the Orioles' Triple-A club in Norfolk...Joined Atlanta on 8/8 after the team claimed him off outright waivers from Baltimore on 8/7...Began the season at Norfolk, going 1-2 with four saves and a 2.39 ERA (10 ER/37.2 IP) in 33 games…Baltimore selected his contract on 6/30... Appeared in nine games with Baltimore, going unscored upon in six of the contests...Designated for assignment on 7/29...Made his Braves debut on 8/9 at MIL, retiring the only batter he faced on two pitches... His fi rst eight appearances with Atlanta were scoreless (8.1 IP), 8/9-8/23…Allowed four runs (8/28 at SF; 0.1 IP) and three runs (9/1 vs. SD; 0.2 IP) in his next two outings...Compiled a 0.47 ERA (1 ER/19.0 IP) in his other 19 outings with Atlanta…Overall 18 of his 21 appearances with Atlanta were scoreless... Went 2.2 scoreless innings on 9/13 vs. MIA, tied for the club's longest scoreless outing by a reliever in 2016... Escaped a no-out, bases-loaded situation in his fi nal appearance of the season, 10/1 vs. DET… Struck out Miguel Cabrera and got J.D. Martinez to ground into a double play to preserve a 5-2 lead…Stranded 16 of 19 inherited runners with Atlanta, while retiring 18 of 21 fi rst batters...Struck out at least one batter in his final 11 appearances (16 total)…The run marks his longest career strikeout streak... Limited right-handed hitters to a .138 (8-for-58) batting average…Among pitchers with as many at-bats against right-handers as Roe, his .138 batting average ranked fi fth lowest in baseball. Held the opposition to a .152 average with runners in scoring position…In these situations with two outs, the opposition hit .056 (1-for-18) against him... Did not allow a hit with the bases loaded (seven plate appearances).
Stranded a career-high 21 inherited runners (77.8%)...Set career-highs in wins (four), appearances (36), innings pitched (41.1 IP), strikeouts (38), and strikeout/walk ratio (2.24) • Retired all seven batters faced with the bases loaded • Earned the win in consecutive games for the first time in his career (9/15 vs. BOS and 9/17 at TB) • Placed on the 15-day DL with right shoulder tendinitis on 8/10...Reinstated from the 15-day DL on 9/1 • Posted two separate six-game scoreless streaks: 6/13-28 (7.0 IP) and 5/24-6/2 (9.1 IP) • His 9.1 scoreless innings (5/24-6/2) was the longest such streak of his career in terms of innings and tied for the second-longest in terms of games • Tossed a career-high 2.1 innings and earned the win on 6/13 vs. NYY (stranded all three inherited runners) • Struck out a career-high four on 5/31 vs. TB (1.1 IP)...Made his Orioles debut on 5/24 at MIA (2.0 IP, 2 K) • Retired 21-of-35 first batters faced and stranded 21-of-27 inherited runners • Had his contract selected from Triple-A Norfolk on 5/24
Pitched in three games with New York (AL) after being acquired by the Yankees from Miami in exchange for cash considerations on 8/31...Split the season between Triple-A New Orleans (47 games), Triple-A Reno (22 games), and Double-A Mobile (three games)...Led the Zephyrs in appearances and saves (14), finished second in WHIP (1.16), third among the club's relievers in wins (three), and seventh in strikeouts (72)...Posted a 0.63 ERA (1 ER/14.1 IP) over 10 May outings...Allowed three earned runs from 4/16-6/21, posting a 3-1 record with a 0.81 ERA (33.1 IP) and nine saves in that span with New Orleans...Four of his six outs recorded at the Major League level came via strikeout...Was claimed off waivers by Pittsburgh on 9/24.
Had contract selected by Arizona on July 1 and made Major League debut that night at the Mets...Allowed one hit and three walks (one intentional), with one strikeout, over 1.2 innings in debut...Allowed one run in each of next three outings through July 30, and was optioned to Triple-A Reno on August 1...Recalled from Aug. 12-17, making one appearance on Aug. 16, and recalled again on Aug. 24 for remainder of season...In 17 appearances from Aug. 16 through end of season, posted 3.57 ERA (17.2 IP/7 ER) and allowed a run in just three appearances...Had 20 strikeouts and seven walks (one intentional) in that time, holding opponents to a .180 (11x61)...Had at least one strikeout in first 11 appearances of season for Reno. Was 5-for-5 in save chances over that span, and saved first six chances overall with Aces...Issued a walk in just three of 22 appearances with Reno (four total)...Held opponents to a .091 (2x22) average with runners in scoring position with Reno.
Posted strikeout/walk ratio of 9.9 in 2012 pitching for the Laredo Lemurs in the independent American Association.
Opened 2011 in rotation for Triple-A Tacoma in Seattle system...Suffered five losses in 10 starts before move to bullpen for final 23 appearances of season.
Spent entire season with Colorado Springs in the Pacific Coast League...Went 9-13 with 5.98 ERA (105 ER, 158.0 IP) in 27 starts...Ranked 2nd in the PCL in losses (13) and 9th in innings pitched (158.0)...Recorded 10 quality starts, including 5 straight June 5-22...went 3-1, 3.19 (13 ER, 36.2
IP) in 5 June starts...Allowed 4 hits and 2 runs in CG victory June 5 at Salt Lake (7 K, 3 BB)...Traded to Seattle in exchange for Jose Lopez (inf) on Dec. 2, 2010.
Spent the entire season at Double-A Tulsa as a member of the club's starting rotation that now
features fellow Rockies 40-man roster members Jhoulys Chacin, Samuel Deduno and Esmil Rogers...posted
a career low 3.15 ERA (117.0 ip, 41 er) in 20 starts for the Drillers...missed the majority of May and half
of June due to injury...opponents hit just .241 (105-for-435) against him, with lefties at .257 (49-for-191) and
righties at .230 (56-for-244)...opponents also hit just .215 (23-for-107) against him with runners in scoring
position...allowed just 7 home runs in his 117.0 innings pitched...posted a lower ERA (2.54) and more wins
(5) on the road than at home (4.11 ERA, 2 wins)...allowed 5 runs or more in just 2 of his 20 starts...allowed
3 runs or fewer in 15 of his 20 starts...though he issued 3.31 BB/9.0 ip on the season, he issued just one
walk in each of his final four starts to end the season...was named the Rockies 23rd best prospect in the
organization by Baseball America following the season.
Began the season in Modesto after spending all of April in extended Spring Training...made just
3 starts for the Nuts before being transfered to Tulsa 6/5...went 5-4 with a 4.27 ERA (105.1 ip, 50 er) in 16
starts for the Drillers...was named the Texas League Pitcher-of-the-Week for the week of 7/13 due to tossing
a complete game 3-hit shutout with 7 strikeouts 7/11 at Arkansas...tossed 6.0 innings or more in 13 of
his 16 starts with the Drillers...opponents hit .248 (98-for-395) with lefties at .265 (43-for-162) and righties
at .236 (55-for-233)...rated by Baseball America as the 25th best prospect in the Colorado organization.
Made 29 starts for Modesto, the most of any pitcher on the club...his 131 strikeouts and 2 complete
games were second-most on the club...was twice named the California League Pitcher of the Week,
week ending May 20, and again the week ending August 19...from May 14-20 went 1-1 in 2 starts with a
0.60 ERA (15.0 ip, 1 er) with one complete game and 10 strikeouts...from August 13-19 went 2-0 in 2 starts
with a 1.84 ERA (14.2 ip, 3 er) with one complete game and 8 strikeouts...finished second on the team,
and second in the Cal League with 170.1 innings pitched...along with Brandon Hynick and Alan Johnson
formed a trio of starting pitchers for Modesto that went a combined 35-23 with a 3.26 ERA (189 er/521.1
ip) in 83 starts (54 quality starts), with 386 strikeouts compared to 151 walks, all while finishing 1,2,3 in the
California League in innings pitched (Hynick, Roe, Johnson)...following the season was named by Baseball
America as the 10th-best prospect in Colorado's farm system.