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2018: 0-0, 1.64 ERA, 10 SO,Career: 240-176 (56th), 4.04 ERA, 2464 SO (35th), P
, 2005 AL Cy, 4xAllStar, Indians/Mets/... 1997-2018, t:R, 1x W Leader.

Bartolo Colón - Wikipediaón

Bartolo Colón (born May 24, 1973) is a Dominican American professional
baseball pitcher for the Texas Rangers of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Nicknamed Big Sexy, he previously played for the Cleveland Indians (1997–
2002), Montreal Expos (2002), Chicago White Sox (2003, 2009), Los Angeles
Angels of Anaheim ...

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Bartolo Colon throws 38 consecutive strikes - YouTube

Jan 14, 2018 ... 4/18/12: Bartolo Colon throws 82 of his 108 pitches for strikes, including 38 in a
row at one point, as he picks up the victory in a 6-0 win against the Ange...

44-year-old Bartolo Colon could pitch his way into Texas Rangers ... rotation

Mar 12, 2018 ... Bartolo Colon has been on fire in spring training and could be pitching his way
into the Texas Rangers' rotation at age 44.

Bartolo Colon gets another MLB chance

Feb 4, 2018 ... Texas just got a little bit bigger. The Rangers agreed to a minor league deal with
former Mets right-hander Bartolo Colon on Sunday, including an invitation to...

Rangers sign 44-year-old Bartolo Colon to minor league deal

Feb 5, 2018 ... Bartolo Colon signed a minor league deal with the Rangers and was invited to
big league spring training, the club announced on Sunday.

Bartolo Colon » Statistics » Pitching | FanGraphs Baseball

Bartolo Colon career pitching statistics for Major League, Minor League, and
postseason baseball.

Bartolo Colon is happy to be with the Rangers so he doesn't have to ... so-he-doesnt-have-to-hit-or-run/

Mar 2, 2018 ... Bartolo Colon is nearing his 45th birthday and is coming off a horrible season in
which he posted a 67 ERA+ and was worth 3.2 wins below replacement, per
Baseball Reference. It's fair, then, to think he should be thrilled with the fact he's
in camp with the Texas Rangers, let alone vying for a rotation spot.