8. Tim Worrell in 2005
“I just fell behind and made a pitch up and over the plate.” -Tim Worrell
In the offseason of 2003, Worrell signed with the Phillies as a free agent. During the 2004 season, he posted a 3.68 ERA and saved 19 games.
In 2005, Worrell pitched in 19 games with the Phillies and had a record of 0-1. His ERA was 7.41 and had a WHIP of 1.88. In 17 innings, he gave up 14 earned runs and 29 hits. He was 1/3 in save opportunities. Batters hit .299 against him.
At Citizen’s Bank Park, he had an 8.68 ERA and batters hit .370 off him. 3 of his 8 homeruns he allowed came at the bank.
The Phillies traded him to the Arizona Diamondbacks for Matt Kata. With the Diamondbacks in 2005, he had a 2.27 ERA. While with Arizona, the Phillies had a chance for payback. Phillies batters hit .333 against him and his ERA was 13.50 against his former team that year.
Worrell last pitched with the San Franciso Giants in 2006 and posting a 7.52 ERA.