Randall Enrique Delgado…Has a daughter, Jimena…Signed by Luis Ortiz, Rene Francisco and Ricardo Ortiz (Braves).
Limited to 26 games (5 starts) after being placed on the 10-day disabled list on July 16 with right elbow inflammation...was 1-2 with 1 save, a 3.59 ERA and 60 strikeouts...Issued a platelet rich plasma (PRP) injection in Sept...Was 0-1 with a 2.52 ERA as a starter and 1-1 with a 4.30 ERA in relief...allowed 2 runs or fewer in 4 of 5 starts...Had 14 relief outings of 1.1+ innings (2.23 ERA), 12 of 2.0+ innings (1.84 ERA) and 5 of 3.0+ innings (2.40 ERA)...Recorded his second season with at least 1 save and 1 start (also: 2015), joining Josh Collmenter (2014-15) and Patrick Corbin (2012, '16) as the only pitchers in team history to do so multiple times...Posted a career-long, 15.1-inning scoreless streak over 6 games from April 28-May 19.
Established a career high with 79 appearances, going 5-2 with a 4.44 ERA (37 ER in 75.0 IP)...His 79 appearances were the second most in franchise history, trailing only Oscar Villarreal in 2003 (86)...Ranked among NL relievers in appearances (3rd), wins (T-10th) and innings (11th)...Pitched 1.0+ inning in 17 outings and 2.0+ innings 8 times ...Posted a 0.71 ERA (1 ER in 12.1 IP) in June, tied for second (also: Sammy Solis) by a NL reliever (Jeurys Familia, 0.69)...His 17 appearances in August were tied for the third most in franchise history in a single month (5x; last by Brad Ziegler in April 2013), trailing the 18 by Mike Myers in July 2002 and Vil-larreal in Aug. 2003...Went a career-high 14 consecutive appearances (11.1 IP) with-out allowing an earned run from Aug. 5-30.
Set career bests in ERA (3.25), wins (8) and appearances (64) in his third season with Arizona…Ranked among NL relievers in wins (T-1st), strikeouts (T-12th) and innings pitched (14th)…8 wins are tied for third most by a D-backs reliever in a single season (also: Byung-Hyun Kim in 2002, Stephen Randolph in 2003 and Brad Ziegler in 2013)…20 of his 63 relief appearances were more than 1.0 inning…Earned his first save on May 30 @ Brewers, the eighth 3.0+ inning save in club history…the 3.0 innings tied his career high as a reliever (fourth time)…Made his lone start on Aug. 22 @ Reds (4 ER in 2.1 IP)…Posted a 2.06 ERA (8 ER in 35.0 IP) in his final 34 relief appearances (since June 27).
Set career highs in appearances and strikeouts, going 4-4 with a 4.87 ERA (42 ER in 77.2 IP) and 86 strikeouts in 47 games (four starts) with the D-backs...78 strikeouts as a reliever are tied for the seventh-highest, single-season total by a D-back (also Oscar Villarreal in 2003 and Jose Valverde in 2007)...Increased his strikeout per 9.0 IP rate from 6.11 in 2013 to 9.97 in 2014…lowered his hits per 9.0 IP rate (8.97 in 2013 to 8.23 in 2014) and home runs per 9.0 IP (1.86 to 0.70)...Ranked ninth among NL relievers in strikeouts per 9.0 IP (11.45)…struck out 4+ batters in a relief outing 6 times, tied with Yusmeiro Petit for the most in NL...Was 3-2 with a 4.40 ERA (30 ER in 61.1 IP) as a reliever and 1-2 with a 6.61 ERA (12 ER in 16.1 IP) as a starter...Opponents hit .203 (46-for-227) as a reliever...Began the season in the bullpen with 0.2 scoreless innings on March 23 vs. Dodgers in Sydney, Australia…made 2 starts before moving back to the 'pen on April 10...0.64 ERA (1 ER in 14.0 IP) in July was seventh best for all NL relievers (min. 9 G)...On Aug. 13 @ Indians, became the first pitcher to earn the win and loss on the same day since the Phillies' Geoff Geary on Sept. 3, 2006 vs. Braves...Earned the win in his return to rotation on Sept. 4 @ Padres with 5.0 scoreless innings…marked his first career start with no runs and no walks allowed.
Established career highs in wins (5), starts (19), strikeouts (79) and IP (116.1) in his fi rst season with Arizona. Held opponents to a .227 average (64-for-282) after the All-Star Break, compared to a .331 (52-for-157) before. Averaged just 1.78 walks per 9.0 IP, down from 4.08 in 2012. Posted a 3.32 ERA (24 ER in 65.0 IP) with 8 home runs allowed at home, compared to 5.44 (31 ER in 51.1 IP) and 16 on the road. Made his D-backs debut in relief on June 3 @ Cardinals (2 ER in 2.0 IP)…made his first start on June 18 vs. Marlins (2 ER in 7.0 IP) and remained in the rotation the rest of season. Allowed 3 earned runs or less in 8 straight starts from June 18-July 26, going 3-3 with a 2.61 ERA (15 ER in 51.2 IP). Compiled a career-high 14.2-inning scoreless streak from July 21-26. Tossed first career shutout and complete game on July 26 vs. Padres...was the fi rst D-backs pitcher with a shutout and a multi-hit game since Randy Johnson on September 14, 2003 vs. Rockies...third shutout in club history with 3 strikeouts or less (also Brandon Webb on June 28, 2003 @ Tigers and Miguel Batista on July 19, 2006 vs. Dodgers). Was 2-5 with a 5.91 ERA in 13 starts with Triple-A Reno...in his last 5 starts with the Aces, went 2-2 with a 2.15 ERA (7 ER in 29.1 IP) and 1 home run allowed. Entered the season rated by Baseball America as the No. 3 Prospect in the Braves' organization.
Went 4-9 with a 4.37 ERA (45 ER in 92.2 IP) in 18 games
(17 starts) with Atlanta...also made 8 starts with Triple-A
Gwinnett, going 4-3 with a 4.06 ERA (20 ER in 44.1 IP)
and 51 strikeouts...Made his first Opening Day roster...Struck out 10 on July 31 @ Charlotte (1 ER in 6.0 IP)...Played with Licey in the Dominican Winter League...Entered the season rated by Baseball America as the No. 3
Prospect in the Braves' organization (46th overall).
Named by Baseball America as the Braves third-best prospect entering the 2012 season...Appeared on the Major League roster on three separate occasions in 2011, going 1-1 with a 2.83 ERA in
seven starts for the big-league Club...In his fifth professional season, went 8-8 with a 3.67 ERA in a career-high 32 starts between Atlanta,
Gwinnett (AAA) and Mississippi (AA). He also notched career highs with 174.0 IP and 153 strikeouts...Had his contract purchased on 6/17 from MS and made his Major League debut that night vs. TEX, in place
of the injured Tommy Hanson. His second career start came 8/16 vs. SF, also in place of the injured Hanson...Suffered a 6-2 loss in his debut on 6/17 vs. TEX. Following the start he was optioned to Mississippi on
6/18. Was promoted to Triple-A Gwinnett on 8/2...Earned his first career win at FLA on 9/20 after tossing 5.0 scoreless frames in a 4-0 victory...Was recalled for a third and final time on 9/3 from GWI (AAA) to start in place of the injured Jair Jurrjens on 9/4...Went 1-0 with a 1.80 ERA in his final four starts for Atlanta, 9/9-26...Threw a career-high 101 pitches in 5.0 IP, but did not earn a decision in the Braves' win 4-1 over FLA on
9/14. He allowed a solo home run to Greg Dobbs in the second inning and left after 5.0 IP trailing 1-0...Allowed one run over 5.0 innings on 9/9 at STL as the Braves fell 4-3 to the Cardinals in 10 innings. Delgado left the game with a 2-1 lead, but the bullpen could not hold the lead...Over a three-start span, from 8/6-16, between GWI and ATL, allowed one earned run on seven hits over 19.0 IP...In four starts with GWI went 2-2 with a 4.15 ERA. He issued 11 walks while striking out 25 batters in 21.2 IP...In his first two starts with GWI (8/6 vs. CHA & 8/11 at SWB) he combined for 13.0 scoreless frames while
allowing just six hits, five walks and striking out 15...Went 5-5 with a 3.84 ERA over 21 starts with MS. He logged one complete-game (7.0 IP) on 5/4 at
Chattanooga and notched 10 strikeouts on 5/9 vs. Jackson...Garnered Southern League Pitcher of the Week honors, for the week ending 5/8...Named to the Southern League All-Star team...Ranked second among Braves minor league pitchers with 135 strikeouts and was sixth in IP (139.0)...Entered the 2011 season ranked by Baseball America as the third-best prospect in the Braves organization and
the 30th-best prospect in all of baseball. He was also ranked as the sixth-best prospect in the Carolina League.
Enters the 2011 season ranked by Baseball America as the third-best prospect in the Braves organization and
the 30th-best prospect in all of baseball. He is also ranked the sixth-best prospect in the Carolina League...Opened the season with High-A Myrtle Beach going 4-7 with a 2.76 ERA in 20 games started. Was promoted
to Double-A Mississippi on 7/23. Made eight starts for the M-Braves, going 3-5 with a 4.74 ERA...Posted a 7-12 record with a 3.30 ERA in 28 starts between the two Clubs. Logged 162 K in 161.0 IP...Led the Carolina League with 120 strikeouts, despite a promotion to Double-A in mid-July...Paced the Braves organization with 162 strikeouts and ranked second in innings pitched (161.0), opponent's average
(.210) and WHIP (1.03). His 3.30 ERA ranked fifth among Braves minor league starting pitchers...Garnered MB Pitcher of the Year honors and was also named by the Braves organization as the MB Pitcher
of the Month for April...Was the Carolina League Pitcher of the Week for the week ending 5/9.Went 1-0 and allowed two earned
runs in 12.0 innings pitched while talling 16 strikeouts...Posted a season-high 12-strikeout game 5/25 at Lynchburg. Allowed just one earned run in 7.0 innings
pitched, but suffered the loss...Named to the Carolina League All-Star team.
Following the season, was rated by Baseball America as the Braves seventh-best prospect...Ranked
seventh among minor league full-season starting pitchers averaging 10.23 strikeouts per 9.0 IP...His 141
strikeouts ranked second on the Rome pitching staff and second among Atlanta farmhands, and his 1.39
WHIP was 10th-best in the Braves organization...Selected the South Atlantic League Pitcher of the Week after
earning the win 8/7 vs. SAV with 7.0 perfect innings.
Despite posting a 3-8 record, had a 3.13 ERA over 14 starts for Danville (R)...Led the team and was
second in the Appalachian League with 81 strikeouts...Also led the team with 14 GS and was second in
IP...Named the 13th-best prospect in the Braves farm system following the season by Baseball America.