Phillip Anthony Dumatrait (pronounced doo-MAH-tray)...wife, Krista...son Maddox (4/8/06) and daughter Jaclynn (1/30/09)...1999 graduate of Ridgeview (CA) High School...attended Bakersfield Junior College in 2000, going 8-4 with a 3.30 ERA and 123 strikeouts.
Was an invite to Twins Spring Training...reassigned to minor league camp, March 28...started the season with Triple-A Rochester...Pitched in 15 games for the Red Wings, going 0-1, 1.15 (15.2 ip, 2 er) with four saves, 11 walks and 12 strikeouts...had his contract selected by Minnesota, May 16...Made his first appearance, allowing one run in 1.1 innings of relief, May 16 at Seattle...it marked his first appearance in the Majors since October 4, 2009 at Cincinnati, as a member of the Pirates...Allowed just one run in 10 games (7.2 innings pitched) from May 19-June 8 for an ERA of 1.17 in that span...Earned his first career save, June 8 at Cleveland in his 53rd career Major League appearance...Earned his first win of the season, tossing 1.0 scoreless inning of relief, July 3 vs. Milwaukee...his first Major League win since June 8, 2008 vs. Arizona as a member of the Pirates...Set a single-season career-high with his 22nd appearance, July 19 vs. Cleveland...finished with 45 appearances...Did not allow an earned run in 12 consecutive appearances (10.0 ip), July 18-August 13...Season-high three strikeouts, September 18 vs. Cleveland, fanning three of his five batters faced...Held left-handed batters to a .237 (18-for-76) batting average while righties batted .310 (27-for-87).
Signed a minor league contract with Detroit and began the season with Triple-A Toledo...Pitched in eight games for the Mud Hens (all starts)...won each of his final three starts, May 4-15, posing a 1.50 ERA (18.0 ip, 3 er) during
that span...Held left-handed batters to a .163 (8-for-49) batting average with two extra-base hits, while righties batted .286 (32-for-112)...Placed on the temporarily inactive list, May 19...reinstated and released, May 21 ...signed with the LG Twins of the Korea Baseball Organization...
he was one of just two non-Korean players on the roster and the only American.
Opened the 2009 season on Pittsburgh's disabled list as he recovered from left shoulder surgery...Saw action with the Gulf Coast League Pirates, Single-A State College, Double-A Altoona and Triple-A Indianapolis during an injury rehabilitation assignment July 21-August 19...Pitched solely in relief after being reinstated from the disabled list by the Pirates on August 21...Became a free agent after the Pirates did not offer him a contract for the 2010 season on December 12.
Began season in Pittsburgh's bullpen and made three straight scoreless appearances (5.0ip) to start the
year...Suffered loss in 15-inning affair vs. Chicago (NL) on 4/9...Went 0-1 with a 3.92 ERA (20.2ip/10r/0er) in 10 relief appearances
before making first start on 5/2 at Washington; replaced Matt Morris in rotation after Morris was released on 4/27...Worked 4.0+
innings, but received a no-decision in Pittsburgh's 11-4 victory in Washington on 5/2;
went to the mound with a 6-1 lead before play was halted due to a light failure; when
play resumed he allowed three runs in the 4th inning and pitched to one batter in the
5th before giving way to the bullpen...Picked up first Major League victory after tossing
5.2 scoreless innings in 3-1 win vs. San Francisco on 5/7...Issued a career-high seven walks
and suffered the loss on 5/18 at Chicago (NL)...Pitched 5.2 innings (1 run) and was in
line for victory on 5/24 vs. Chicago before Cubs scored three times in 8th inning (Bucs
won game 5-4 in 14 innings)...Picked up second win on 5/29 at Cincinnati, holding his
former club to just two singles and one unearned run in 7.0ip; also struck out career-high
nine batters...Walked five batters and gave up five runs in 5.0ip in no-decision at Baltimore
on 6/13...Allowed a season-high nine runs in a 13-8 loss at Chicago (AL) on 6/19...Was placed on 15-day D.L. on 6/22 (retro to
6/20)...Was diagnosed with bursitis in left shoulder following MRI on 6/23...Was reinstated from D.L. on 7/7 and started that night
vs. Houston; received a no-decision in 10-7 Bucco victory (3.1ip/7er) and also snapped 0-for-24 start to his batting career with an
RBI-single off Runelvys Hernandez...Returned to 15-day D.L. on 7/12 (retroactive to 7/8) due to lingering problems in left shoulder...Had
arthroscopic surgery on his shoulder on 8/8...Was transferred to 60-day D.L. on 8/27.
Spent majority of season with Louisville (Reds' AAA)...Ranked seventh in International League in ERA...Was
Louisville's Pitcher-of-the-Month in April after going 4-0 with a 0.63 ERA in five starts...Went 2-0 with a 2.96 ERA in four starts during
the month of July...Posted a 9-5 record and a 3.68 ERA in 18 starts prior to the Triple-A All-Star Game...Was recalled by Cincinnati
on 8/2 and suffered loss while making major league debut that night at Washington (3.1ip/6er)....Was in line for first victory in
second start on 8/9 vs. Los Angeles (left with a 3-2 lead), but the Dodgers tied the game in the 7th inning...Went 0-2 with a 14.18
ERA in four starts before being optioned back to Triple-A on 8/21...Made one start for the Bats on 8/25 and was recalled by Cincinnati
on 9/1....Went 0-2 in his last two starts with the Reds (4.2ip/9er)...Made final appearance on 9/9 vs. Milwaukee; did not retire a
batter and tied a major league record by giving up home runs to the first three batters of the game (Rickie Weeks, J.J. Hardy, Ryan
Braun)...Went 0-for-6 as a batter with the Reds.
Combined to go 8-11, 4.33 with 1 complete game in 25 starts and 1 relief appearance for
Class AAA Louisville and Class AA Chattanooga...began the season at Chattanooga and went 3-4, 3.62 in
10 starts to earn a June promotion...was Southern League Pitcher of the Week for 4/24-4/30...beginning 6/5
finished the season with the Bats and went 5-7, 4.72 with 1cg in 15 starts and 1 relief appearance...in the
second game of a doubleheader on 6/15 at Richmond threw a 3-hit complete game for his first Triple-A victory
(8-1 win)...made his only relief appearance of the season 7/27 at Buffalo (6.1ip, 4h, 0r, 1bb, 4k)...earned that
6-3 victory in relief of starter Chris Michalak (2ip)...following the season pitched for the Phoenix Desert Dogs
in the prestigious Arizona Fall League (7g, 5gs, 2-0-0, 5.59, 19.1ip, 27h, 13bb, 12k).
Spent most of the season at Class AA Chattanooga...made his first 3 apps of the season for Sarasota
in the Florida State League...beginning 4/24 made his last 24 apps of the season for Chattanooga...ranked
among the Southern League leaders in ERA (3.17, 4th), losses (12, 3rd) and walks (70, 3rd).
Missed the entire season following 4/12 "Tommy John" surgery to repair the torn ulnar collateral
ligament in his left elbow (Dr. Timothy Kremchek).
Combined to go 11-6, 3.11 in 27 starts and 1 relief appearance at Class A Sarasota and
Potomac...went 7-5, 3.02 with 1 save in 21 apps at Sarasota before he was traded from the Red Sox to the Reds on 7/29...in his last 6 apps prior to the trade went 3-1, 0.53 (34ip, 2er) with 1 save, including 3-1, 0.60 in 5 starts...finished
the season 4-1, 3.35 in 7 starts at Potomac...for the Cannons went 4-0, 3.81 in his first 4 starts and 0-1, 2.31 in his
last 3 starts...threw his only complete game of the season in a 5-2 Potomac victory on 8/16 at Myrtle Beach (7ip).
Career highlights: Enters the 2004 season as the organization's No. 6 prospect as rated by Baseball
America...was the Red Sox's first-round pick (22nd overall) of the 2000 first-year player draft...in 2002 was the Red Sox's
Minor League Pitcher of the Year and a South Atlantic League All-Star...was Gulf Coast League Pitcher of the Week
for 8/13-8/19, 2001.
In an All-Star season went 8-7, 2.88 with 1 shutout in 26 starts at Class A Augusta and
Sarasota...was the Red Sox organization's Minor League Pitcher of the Year...led all Red Sox minor league pitchers
with a 2.88era and ranked third with 124 strikeouts...among South Atlantic League leaders ranked T7th with a
2.77era...had 11 strikeouts on 5/10 vs South Georgia...threw 1.0 scoreless inning in the SAL All-Star Game and struck
out the side
Twice struck out 10 batters in a game, for the GCL Sox on 8/18 vs the Orioles and for Lowell on
8/30 against New Jersey...was named GCL Pitcher of the Week for 8/13-8/19 (2-0, 0.00, 2gs, 11ip, 10h, 0bb, 16k)...won
the Tony Latham Memorial Award, presented to the Red Sox minor league player who shows the most enthusiasm
during the Florida Instructional League season
Signed his first professional contract on 7/10 and then made
6 apps for the GCL Red Sox...posted a 1.65era in 16.1 innings.