DWIPP: 4- Terry Adams, 2005

4. Terry Adams in 2005

Adams wasn’t bad for the Phillies in 2002 and 2003 posting a 3.78 ERA in 112 games. However, 2005 was a different story.

In 2005, Adams was 0-2 including a blown save in 16 games.  His ERA was 12.83 and he had a WHIP of 2.63.  In 13.1 innings in relief, Adams allowed 19 earned runs on 25 hits and 10 walks.

Opponents batted .403, and slugged .677 off the right hander.  Batters had a 1.184 OPS against him.  He had a 17.65 ERA on the road and 18.00 ERA at night.

In 4.1 innings in May, Adams gave up 13 runs and was released in the middle of the month.  He was signed by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2006, but did not see any major league action.

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  1. James Kay

    March 28, 2009 at 5:49 pm

    For some major leaguers, they awaken one morning and their athletic magic is gone. Just ask Terrible Terry. Those are some real horror story numbers. He must of felt very isolated out there on the mound during those poundings. How can it get any worse?

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