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Jon Garland Los Angeles Dodgers — No. 21 Starting pitcher Born: September 27, 1979 (1979-09-27) (age 31) Valencia, California Bats: Right Throws: Right  MLB debut July 4, 2000 for the Chicago White Sox Career statistics (through 2010 season) Win-Loss     131-114 Earned run average     4.32 Strikeouts     1,096 Teams Chicago White Sox (2000–2007) Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (2008) Arizona Diamondbacks (2009) Los Angeles Dodgers (2009) San Diego Padres (2010) Los Angeles Dodgers (2011–present) Career highlights and awards All-Star selection (2005) World Series champion (2005) Garland with the White Sox in 2007. Garland playing for the Angels in 2008. Jon Steven Garland (born September 27, 1979, in Valencia, California) is a right-handed starting pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Contents 1 High school career 2 Professional career 2.1 Minor League 2.2 Major League 2.3 Chicago White Sox 2.4 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 2.5 Arizona Diamondbacks 2.6 Los Angeles Dodgers 2.7 San Diego Padres 2.8 Return to Los Angeles Dodgers 3 Personal life 4 See also 5 References 6 External links High school career At John F. Kennedy High School in Granada Hills, California, Garland won All-State Player of the Year twice, and won 1st team High School All-American honors once. Professional career Minor League Garland was selected by the Chicago Cubs with the 10th pick of the 1997 Major League Baseball Draft and pitched in 10 games for the Arizona League Cubs with a 3-2 record and a 2.70 ERA to finish the season. He began 1998 with the Single-A Rockford Cubbies, but was traded to the Chicago White Sox just before the trade deadline for relief pitcher Matt Karchner who had previous success in the majors, but was having a down season with the White Sox (5.15 ERA). Unfortunately for the Cubs, Karchner did not fare any better with them that season (5.14 ERA) and was released in 2000 while Garland dominated the minor leagues on his way to securing a spot in the White Sox's rotation for seven seasons. Garland started 1999 with High-A Winston-Salem and after 19 starts and a 3.33 ERA, Garland was promoted to Double-A Birmingham. In 2000, he was the White Sox's #2 prospect and went 9-2 with a 2.26 ERA for Triple-A Charlotte before earning a promotion to the major leagues. For his success in Triple-A, Garland was voted a Triple-A All-Star and International League All-Star and to Baseball America's 2nd team Minor League All-Star team and the International League Most Valuable Pitcher. He started 2001 with Charlotte again, but was back in the majors after only 5 starts. Major League Chicago White Sox Garland made his major league debut as the youngest player in the American League at age 20 on July 4, 2000, against the Kansas City Royals, but gave up 7 earned runs before being chased from the game after 3 innings. In 15 games in 2000, all but 2 of them starts, he had a 4-8 record and a 6.46 ERA. In 2001, Garland started in the minors, but was called up and made his first appearance of the year on May 2. Garland spent the rest of the year mixing his time between the bullpen and rotation. In 2002, he became a full-time starter and posted average seasons the next three years. In 2002, he was 12-12 with a 4.58 ERA, in 2003, he was 12-13 with a 4.51 ERA, and in 2004, he was 12-11 with a 4.89 ERA. Garland's 2005 season was very strong; he went 18-10 with a 3.50 ERA, 115 strikeouts, and led the AL with 3 shutouts. He also made the All-Star Team, pitching 1 scoreless inning, and helped the White Sox win the American League Central Division and the 2005 World Series. In Garland's first career postseason start, he threw a complete game, 4-hitter, with 7 strikeouts against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, in the ALCS. In his other postseason start, in the World Series, Garland pitched 7 innings and gave up only 2 earned runs. Following the 2005 season, Garland signed a three-year $29 million contract, avoiding salary arbitration. 2006 was similar to his seasons before 2005. Despite having a 4.51 ERA, he went 18-7 and his 46 combined wins from 2004 to 2006 were tied for the sixth most in the majors over that period.[1] He also hit his first major league home run on June 18, 2006, off Cincinnati Reds pitcher Esteban Yan. During the 2006 offseason, Garland was nearly traded to the Houston Astros for Taylor Buchholz, Willy Taveras, and Jason Hirsh. The trade fell apart after White Sox general manager Kenny Williams became concerned with the health of Buchholz.[2] Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim After another average season in 2007, Garland was traded on November 19, 2007, to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for shortstop Orlando Cabrera. The Angels, who had depth at shortstop, liked Garland's durability[1] and he did not disappoint in 2008; he extended his streak of at least 32 games started to 7 consecutive seasons. Arizona Diamondbacks On January 29, 2009, Garland signed a one-year deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks with an option for 2010.[3] He was 8-11 with a 4.29 ERA in 27 starts for the Diamondbacks. Los Angeles Dodgers Garland was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers on August 31, 2009 for a player to be named later (Tony Abreu). He was already in Los Angeles as the Diamondbacks were playing the Dodgers that day. Television camera showed Garland being told of the trade during the sixth inning. He made his Dodgers debut on September 3, 2009 pitching against his old teammates. During this game, the Diamondbacks broadcasters found their key of the game from a 9th grader which was, "Keep your friends close, keep Jon Garland closer." He pitched in six games for the Dodgers, finishing 3-2 with a 2.72 ERA but was left off the post-season roster. After the season, the Dodgers declined the $10 million option on Garland for the 2010 season, making him a free agent.[4] San Diego Padres On January 26, 2010, Garland agreed to a one-year deal with the San Diego Padres.[5] Jon Garland recorded the 1000th strikeout of his career on May 30, 2010 which helped beat the Nationals 3-2 in extra innings. He finished the season 14-12 with a 3.47 ERA in 33 starts. Return to Los Angeles Dodgers On November 26, 2010, Garland signed a 1 year $5 million deal with an option for 2012 to return to the Dodgers as the fifth starter in their rotation.[6] Personal life Garland's longtime girlfriend is USA softball second baseman Lovie Jung.[7] His agent is Craig Landis, who is the son of former White Sox outfielder Jim Landis.[8] Garland appeared in an episode of The Bernie Mac Show.[9] Garland's cousin is PGA Tour professional Brian Vranesh. Garland went to Van Gogh Elementary and Robert Frost Middle School in Granada Hills.(California) See also List of Major League Baseball leaders in career wins References ^ a b Lyle Spencer (2007-11-19). "Angels acquire Garland for Cabrera". Retrieved 2008-10-22.  ^ Scott Merkin and Alyson Footer (2006-12-07). "White Sox downplay Garland report". Retrieved 2008-10-22.  ^ D-backs Sign Jon Garland To One-Year Contract ^ Dodgers pass on Garland's 2010 option ^ ^ ^ "Lovieanne Jung biography". Retrieved 2008-10-22.  ^ Scott Merkin (2005-10-18). "Class of '59 toasts 2005 White Sox". Retrieved 2008-10-22.  ^ "The Bernie Mac Show". Retrieved 2008-10-22.  External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Jon Garland Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or The Baseball Cube Player snapshot, stats, game logs and news [1] v · d · eLos Angeles Dodgers current roster Active roster 5 Juan Uribe | 6 Aaron Miles | 7 James Loney | 9 Dee Gordon | 10 Tony Gwynn, Jr. | 14 Jamey Carroll | 16 Andre Ethier | 18 Hiroki Kuroda | 22 Clayton Kershaw | 23 Casey Blake | 27 Matt Kemp | 28 Rod Barajas | 29 Ted Lilly | 30 Dioner Navarro | 33 Marcus Thames | 36 Blake Hawksworth | 38 Ramón Troncoso | 49 Trent Oeltjen | 50 Rubby De La Rosa | 52 Josh Lindblom | 54 Javy Guerra | 55 Matt Guerrier | 57 Scott Elbert | 58 Chad Billingsley | 66 Mike MacDougal Inactive roster 13 Iván DeJesús, Jr. | 17 A. J. Ellis | 35 Jamie Hoffmann | 37 Carlos Monasterios | 46 Russ Mitchell | 47 Jerry Sands | 48 John Ely | 62 Trayvon Robinson Disabled list 9 Héctor Giménez | 15 Rafael Furcal | 21 Jon Garland | 44 Vicente Padilla  | 51 Jonathan Broxton | 56 Hong-Chih Kuo | 74 Kenley Jansen Restricted list 54 Ronald Belisario Coaching Staff Manager 8 Don Mattingly | Bench Coach 45 Trey Hillman | 1st Base Coach 12 Davey Lopes | 3rd Base Coach 26 Tim Wallach | Hitting Coach 41 Jeff Pentland | Pitching Coach 40 Rick Honeycutt | Bullpen Coach 43 Ken Howell | Bullpen Catcher 86 Mike Borzello | Bullpen Catcher 85 Rob Flippo | Coach 25 Dave Hansen | Coach 11 Manny Mota v · d · eChicago White Sox 2005 World Series Champions 1 Willie Harris | 5 Juan Uribe | 7 Timo Pérez | 8 Carl Everett | 12 A. J. Pierzynski | 14 Paul Konerko | 15 Tadahito Iguchi | 18 Cliff Politte | 20 Jon Garland | 22 Scott Podsednik | 23 Jermaine Dye (World Series MVP) | 24 Joe Crede | 26 Orlando Hernández | 27 Geoff Blum | 32 Dustin Hermanson | 33 Aaron Rowand | 34 Freddy García  | 36 Chris Widger | 38 Pablo Ozuna | 43 Dámaso Marté | 45 Bobby Jenks | 46 Neal Cotts | 51 Luis Vizcaíno | 52 José Contreras | 56 Mark Buehrle Manager 13 Ozzie Guillén Bench Coach 3 Harold Baines | First Base Coach 30 Tim Raines | Third Base Coach 28 Joey Cora | Pitching Coach 21 Don Cooper | Hitting Coach 29 Greg Walker | Bullpen Coach 53 Art Kusnyer | General Manager Kenny Williams Regular season • American League Division Series • American League Championship Series v · d · eSan Diego Padres Opening Day starting pitchers Andy Ashby • Andy Benes • Kevin Brown • John Curtis • Pat Dobson • Juan Eichelberger • Jon Garland • Bill Greif • Joey Hamilton • Sterling Hitchcock • LaMarr Hoyt • Bruce Hurst • Kevin Jarvis • Randy Jones • Clay Kirby • Brian Lawrence • Tim Lollar • Jake Peavy • Gaylord Perry • Tom Phoebus • Dick Selma • Eric Show • Tim Stauffer • Ed Whitson • Woody Williams Persondata Name Garland, Jon Alternative names Short description Date of birth September 27, 1979 Place of birth Valencia, California Date of death Place of death