Ryan Christopher Webb...graduated from Clearwater Central Catholic (FL) High School in 2004.
With the Orioles, held a 2.48 ERA (36.1-IP, 10-ER) through the end of June…recorded an 11.37 ERA (6.1-IP, 8-ER) in July and was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk on Aug 1…recalled Sep 2 for the remainder of the season. ... Allowed Miguel Cabrera's 2,000th career hit, a home run on April 4 at DET.
Was with three organizations but spent the majority of the season in the majors with Cleveland, where he compiled a 3.20 ERA (50.2-IP, 18-ER) over 40 relief apps. ... Went to spring training with the Orioles, was traded to the Dodgers on April 9 and released on April 13…signed a minor league contract with Cleveland the next day and was selected to the majors on April 29, when Jerry Sands was designated for assignment. ... Pitched longer than 1 inning in 17 of his 40 apps, including 2-plus innings 6 times, and 3 innings twice. ... Made his Indians debut on April 30 vs. TOR with 3 scoreless innings…pitched to a 1.02 ERA (17.2-IP, 2-ER) in his first 13 apps through June 10. ... Opposing batters hit .228 (23-for-101) with the bases empty, .264 (23-for-87) with runners on base and .283 (15-for-53) with RISP. ... Recorded a 3.65 groundball-to-flyball ratio, 5th highest among AL relievers…owns a career ratio of 2.59.
Spent the season with Miami after being in the minors and majors each season since 2009... Set career-highs in games (66), IP (80.1), K (54) and WHIP (1.21)... Ranked 4th in the NL in relief IP (80.1)... Pitched to a 0.46 ERA (19.2IP, ER) in a 16-game stretch, April 13-May 20... Had a 35-game stretch without allowing more than one ER in any outing, June 15-September 19, posting a 2.27 ERA (43.2IP, 11ER)... Held lefties (.244/.324/.390 in 141 PA) and righties (.244/.297/.384 in 191 PA) to nearly identical lines... Posted a 2.65 ERA (37.1IP, 11ER) and 4.67 K/BB ratio in 37.1IP after the All-Star Game after posting marks of 3.14 and 1.24, respectively, in 43.0IP in the first half
Earned first win in his third appearance (April 13 vs. Houston). Didn't register first win in 2011 until his 23rd appearance...Went 3-2 with a 5.66 ERA (35.0 IP/22 ER) over 36 games in first half. Was optioned to Triple-A New Orleans on July 17...Recalled to Miami on July 29, and went 1-1 with a 1.85 ERA (24.1/5) in 27 games to finish season...Tossed career-high 3.0 innings on June 16 at Tampa Bay, earning third win of season...Had a 2.17 ERA (29.0/7) on road, ranking 17th among National League relievers (min. 25.0 IP)...Inherited eighth-most runners in NL (49), and allowed 18 to score (36.7 percent).
Ranked fifth on Club in appearances, behind Mike Dunn (72), Juan Carlos Oviedo
(68), Edward Mujica (67) and Randy Choate (54)...In first appearance of season, took loss after allowing three runs on three hits without
recording an out, but did not allow an earned run over next 11 outings (12.1 IP)...Dropped three straight decisions before earning first win on May 25 at San Francisco...Surrendered career-high five runs on May 30 vs. Arizona, and tied career high with
four hits allowed...Missed 44 games on disabled list from July 2-August 17 (retro to June 17) with right
shoulder infl ammation...Prior to DL stint, posted a 1-4 record and 3.67 ERA (34.1 IP/14 ER) in 35 appearances.
Following return, went 1-0 with a 2.20 ERA (16.1/4) over 18 games.
Began the campaign at triple-A Portland, making three trips to the Big League club over the
course of the season. With San Diego, posted career bests in every category, going 3-1 with a
2.90 ERA in 54 games ... Overall with the Beavers, went 1-0 with one save and a 0.87 ERA ... Prior to his first recall on May 4, made nine appearances with Portland. Had one save and did
not allow a single run (10.0 IP) over that span ... Optioned to Portland on August 7 and was recalled again on August 19. Optioned the following
day and recalled for the last time on September 1 ... Suffered his first loss of the season on May 9 at Houston. Allowed one run on two hits with one
strikeout in 1.1 innings ... Earned his first win in his next appearance, May 11 at San Francisco. Held Giants scoreless while
allowing one hit in 1.1 innings ... Came away with his second win on June 2 vs. New York (NL), tossing 2.0 scoreless innings while
striking out three ... His final win came on June 27 vs. Florida. Suffered a blown save after allowing one run on three
hits over 1.1 innings ... Allowed just two runs over his first 20 appearances (25.1 IP), holding opponents to a 0.71 ERA in
that time. In his next three appearances, allowed four total runs ... Surrendered a season-high four runs in 0.2 innings on July 22 at Atlanta ... Marked a season-high 2.0 innings pitched nine times.
Acquired from the Athletics in the trade sending Scott Hairston to Oakland on 7/5...made his
Major League debut for San Diego, appearing in 28 games out of the bullpen.
Made his Major League debut 7/8...no runs in 0.1 IP at ARI...Allowed six runs in his first five outings (5.1 IP), posting a 10.13 ERA...2.21 ERA (5 ER/20.1 IP) over his final 23 games
with a .211 opponent average...Optioned to Portland 7/16 and recalled 8/7 for the remainder of the season...Stranded 10 of 14 inherited runners...First Major League win 9/23 at COL, working 1.0 scoreless inning of relief...second win 9/29 vs. LAD...first Major League
loss in last game of the season, allowing one run in 0.1 inning 10/4 vs. SF...Worked a season-high 2.0 innings twice (7/16 vs. COL; 8/27 at ATL)...Combined to go 7-1 with two saves and a 4.25 ERA (23 ER/48.2 IP) in 34 games (two starts) between Sacramento and
Spent the entire season with Double-A Midland of the Texas League and was 9-8 with a 5.19 ERA in 25 games, 22
starts...had career highs in wins, games, innings pitched (130.0), hits (165) and walks (44) and matched his high in
runs (86)...tied for second on the RockHounds pitching staff in wins and games started...allowed a .310 opponents
batting average, which included a .288 (55 for 191) mark against left-handed hitters and .322 (110 for 342) against
right-handers...opponents hit .299 with runners in scoring position and were 1 for 6 (.167) with the bases loaded...
the one hit was a grand slam on April 24 against Corpus Christi (Chris Johnson)...had a roller coaster season with
his ERA as he compiled a 3.91 mark in April, 6.11 in May, 3.43 in June, 6.18 in July and 5.79 in August...won one
game in April and two in each of the other four months...was 7-7 with a 5.61 ERA and .316 opponents batting
average in his 22 starting assignments and 2-1 with a 2.25 ERA and .259 opponents batting average in three relief
appearances...tossed at least five innings in each of his relief appearances...the first came in his first outing of the
year and the other two were in relief of Josh Outman, who was pitching in relief in the Philadelphia organization
before he was traded to the A's...the RockHounds were 11-11 in his starting assignments...tossed at least six
innings in seven of his 22 starts, allowed two runs or fewer eight times and walked two batters or fewer 17 times...
never issued more than three walks.
Split his time between Single-A Stockton and Midland...combined to go 4-11 with a 6.54 ERA
(79 ER/108.2 IP)...Spent the majority of the season at Stockton, making 15 starts...Placed on the disabled list 7/23 with right shoulder tendinitis and missed the remainder of the season.
With Stockton in 2006, was twice named California League Pitcher of the Week. Struck out 11 and allowed one run over 7.0 innings
the week of April 17-23, and went 1-0 with a 0.69 ERA in two starts the week of July 31-August 6.