Sean Daniel O'Sullivan… Married, wife's name is Sabrina; has one daughter, Hailey (7/31/13)… 2005 graduate of Valhalla High School (CA)… Attended Grossmont Community College (CA)… Named the San Diego County Player of the Year in 2004 while competing for the Norsemen, beating out 2004 No. 1 overall MLB draft selection Matt Bush (SD)… Spent 2003 and 2004 summers playing for USA Baseball in international tournaments… Was the winning pitcher in the gold-medal win against Taiwan in 2003 at the International Baseball Federation World Youth Championship… At the age of 12, was featured in Baseball America as the top player in his age group… Is the brother of current Phillies minor leaguer Ryan O'Sullivan… Signed by: Tim Corcoran.
Began the season with Tucson (AAA)...Had his contract selected by SD on 7/12...Allowed 2 ER or less in all 3 of his ML starts...Was on the paternity leave list, 7/30-31...Designated for assignment on 8/19 and outrighted back to Tucson on 8/22...Batted .351 (13-37), 3 2B, HR, 13 RBI, including .444 (4-9), 2B, BB, 2 RBI as a pinch-hitter with Tucson.
Began the season with Omaha (AAA)...Traded to TOR on 6/21 and assigned to Las Vegas (AAA)...Did not allow an ER over his first 3 starts with Las Vegas, 6/23-7/4...Allowed 3 ER or less in 11 of his 14 starts.
Sean opened the campaign in the Royals bullpen and split his season between Kansas City and Omaha. ... Set a Royals record allowing 5 home runs to the Rangers on May 28 and tied a franchise high with 15 hits allowed.
Sean was acquired from the LA Angels with minor league southpaw Will Smith in exchange for infi elder Alberto
Callaspo on July 22...made his KC debut on July 25 at Yankee Stadium, allowing 5 runs in 5.0 innings in a 12-6 loss.
...According to Elias, on July 20 and 25 at NYC, he became the first pitcher in the Majors since the late Cory Lidle in
2004 to make starts against the same opponent within 6 days of each other while pitching with different clubs.
...Finished the season strong, posting a 2-0 record with a 1.50 ERA (18.0 IP, 11 H, 3 ER) in his final 3 starts.
Divided season between Angels and triple-A Salt Lake with four separate stints in the big leagues...Began season
at double-A Arkansas, where he posted a 1-2 record with a 5.30 ERA (18.2 IP - 11 ER) in three starts...Promoted
to triple-A Salt Lake and registered a 6-4 record and a 5.56 ERA (68 IP - 42) in 13 starts with the Bees...Allowed
73 hits (9HR), walked 20 and struck out 47...Tossed no-hitter, July 28 in last start with Salt Lake...Retired first
18 batters before issuing a leadoff walk in the seventh...Is first no-hitter in Salt Lake Bees history...Had contract
selected by Angels from Salt Lake, June 16..Finished 4-2 with a 5.92 ERA (51.2 IP - 34 ER) in 12 appearances, 10
starts...Posted a 4-2 record with a 6.29 ERA (48.2 IP - 34 ER) as a starter...Angels were 8-2 in games he started...
Allowed 60 hits (12 HR), walked 16 and struck out 29...Was one of five rookie pitchers to make a start for Angels
in 2009 (Nick Adenhart, Trevor Bell, Anthony Ortega, Matt Palmer)...Made Major League debut, June 16, earning
victory at San Francisco (7 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 5 SO).
In 2008, Top pitcher in Angels' farm system in 2008 with 16 wins...Also led California League in wins...Finished
third in league with 158 innings pitched...Also led Quakes with 111 strikeouts...Named to California League Post-
Season All-Star Team in 2008...Selected as Angels Organization Pitcher of Month for July 2008, when he went 5-0
with 1.69 ERA... Also named California League Pitcher of Week, July 21-27.
In 2007, Named Angels Organization's Minor League Pitcher of Year in 2007....His 2.22 ERA was tops among all
Angels' minor league pitchers and his 125 strikeouts were second-most...Also selected as Angels' Pitcher of the
Month for Aug. 2007 and Midwest League Pitcher of Week, Aug. 20-26, 2007....Led Midwest League in ERA (2.22)
and ranked second in innings (158.1)...Also led Kernels with 125 strikeouts.
In 2006, Selected to 2006 Pioneer League All-Star Team...His 2.14 ERA at Orem led the Pioneer League in 2006.