27. Jim Beattie
  1. General
  2. Awards
  3. Career Stats
  • Born: July 4, 1954 in Hampton, VA USA
  • Weight: 210 lbs.
  • Height: 6'5"
  • Bats: R
  • Throws: R
  • Debut: April 25, 1978
  • Final Game: August 05, 1986
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A World Series Champion as a rookie in 1978 with the New York Yankees, he would be traded two seasons later to the other side of the country and standings when he went to Seattle.

Jim Beattie had a rough start with Seattle as he went 5-15 with an ERA over five.  Beattie would be sent down to the Minors for part of 1981, but he returned in 1982 and was much better.  Beattie would still post losing records, but the Mariners were not very good, which was part of the reflection of his won/loss record.  He finished seventh in ERA (3.24) and tenth in WHIP (1.242), and he would be in the top ten in bWAR for Pitchers in both 1983 and 1984.  Beattie declined the following season and was out of baseball after 1986.

Beattie’s record with Seattle was 43-72, but he had 563 Strikeouts over 944.2 Innings Pitched.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Pitcher
  • Acquired: Traded from the New York Yankees with Rick Anderson, Juan Beniquez, and Jerry Narron for Ruppert Jones and Jim Lewis 11/1/79.
  • Departed: Retired after the 1986 Season.
  • Games Played: 163
  • Notable Statistics: 43 Wins
    72 Record
    147 Games Started
    4.14 ERA
    30 Complete Games
    944.2 Innings Pitched
    563 Strikeouts
    3.81 FIP
    1.413 WHIP
    13.9 bWAR
  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    Highest Fielding Percentage by a Pitcher (1980 & 1984)

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