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Josh Roenicke Toronto Blue Jays — No. 17 Relief pitcher Born: August 4, 1982 (1982-08-04) (age 28) Baltimore, Maryland Bats: Right Throws: Right  MLB debut September 13, 2008 for the Cincinnati Reds Career statistics (through 2009) Win–Loss     0–0 Earned run average     5.56 Strikeouts     39 Teams Cincinnati Reds (2008–2009) Toronto Blue Jays (2009–present) Joshua James Roenicke (born August 4, 1982 in Baltimore, Maryland) is a Major League Baseball relief pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays. Contents 1 Career 2 Personal 3 See also 4 References 5 External links // Career Roenicke was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 10th round of the 2006 Major League Baseball Draft out of UCLA where he was both an outfielder and a relief pitcher, as well as a defensive back and kick returner on the UCLA football team. Beginning his professional career with the Gulf Coast Reds, Roenicke pitched 8 innings and gave up only one run. He was promoted to the Rookie level Billings Mustangs where he finished 2006. He began 2007 with the High-A Sarasota Reds before being promoted to Double-A Chattanooga. Combined, he had a 3–2 record with a 2.31 ERA, 56 strikeouts, and 24 saves. Roenicke remained in Chattanooga to begin 2008, but was promoted to Triple-A Louisville after 22 appearances. In 35 games for Louisville, he had a 2.54 ERA and was promoted to the majors on September 9. Roenicke made his major league debut on September 13, walking, striking out, and hitting 1 batter each.[1] On July 31, 2009, he was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays along with Edwin Encarnación and Zach Stewart, in exchange for Scott Rolen and cash considerations. Personal Roenicke, who grew up in Nevada City, California, comes from a baseball family as his brother Jason plays in Toronto's minor league system, his father Gary played 12 major league seasons from 1976–1988 and is currently a scout in the Baltimore Orioles organization[2], and his uncle Ron played 8 seasons from 1981–1988. See also List of second-generation Major League Baseball players References ^ "Former UCLA Standout Josh Roenicke Makes Major League Debut". September 13, 2008, UCLAbruins.com. Retrieved on September 19, 2008. ^ "Former UCLA Bruins Standout Josh Roenicke Promoted to Cincinnati Reds". September 9, 2008, UCLAbruins.com. Retrieved on September 19, 2008. External links Official website Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or The Baseball Cube, or Baseball-Reference (Minors) v • d • e Toronto Blue Jays current roster Active roster 2 Aaron Hill | 4 Kyle Drabek | 5 Yunel Escobar | 6 John McDonald | 8 José Molina | 9 J. P. Arencibia | 10 Vernon Wells | 12 Edwin Encarnación | 17 Josh Roenicke | 18 Mike McCoy | 19 José Bautista | 23 Brandon Morrow | 24 Ricky Romero | 25 David Purcey | 26 Adam Lind | 27 Brett Cecil | 29 Dustin McGowan | 34 Marc Rzepczynski | 39 Jesse Carlson | 44 Casey Janssen | 45 Travis Snider | 47 Luis Pérez | 48 Scott Richmond | 50 Rommie Lewis | 51 Jesse Litsch | 54 Jason Frasor | 57 Shawn Camp | 59 Brad Mills | 60 Robert Ray | -- Joel Carreno | -- Rajai Davis | -- Alan Farina | -- Adeiny Hechavarria | -- Brian Jeroloman | -- Darin Mastroianni | -- Jo-Jo Reyes | -- Moises Sierra | -- Carlos Villanueva Inactive roster Disabled list Coaching Staff Manager 52 John Farrell | Bench Coach -- Don Wakamatsu | 1st Base Coach -- Torey Lovullo | 3rd Base Coach 55 Brian Butterfield | Hitting Coach 41 Dwayne Murphy | Pitching Coach 53 Bruce Walton | Bullpen Coach -- Pat Hentgen | Assistant Coach -- Luis Rivera Persondata Name Roenicke, Josh Alternative names Short description Date of birth August 4, 1982 Place of birth Baltimore, Maryland Date of death Place of death