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Arizona Diamondbacks — No. 57
Starting pitcher
Born: May 26, 1985 (1985-05-26) (age 24)
Parlin, New Jersey
Bats: Right Throws: Right 
MLB debut
July 20, 2009 for the Minnesota Twins
Career statistics
(through 2009 season)
Win-Loss     0-3
Earned run average     8.14
Strikeouts     18
Teams

Kevin John Mulvey (born May 26, 1985 in Parlin, New Jersey) is a right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball for the Arizona Diamondbacks.

A New Jersey native and graduate of Bishop George Ahr High School (in Edison, NJ), he was selected by the New York Mets in the second round (62nd overall) of the 2006 amateur draft out of Villanova University. While at Villanova, he tossed a no-hitter against Connecticut on March 26, 2005.[1]

He made his professional debut in the Rookie League with the GCL Mets August 19, 2006. A day later, he was promoted to the Binghamton Mets, New York's Eastern League Double-A affiliate.

In 2007, he went 11-10 with a 3.32 ERA for the Binghamton Mets and was selected to the All-Star Futures Game. In August 2007, he was promoted to the New Orleans Zephyrs of the Pacific Coast League. In two starts Kevin Mulvey got two wins without an earned run.[2]

Mulvey was one of the players included in the Johan Santana trade between the Mets and Twins on January 29, 2008. The other three players the Mets sent to the Twins were pitchers Phillip Humber, Deolis Guerra and outfielder Carlos Gomez.

On September 1, 2009, Kevin Mulvey was claimed off waivers to the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Arizona Diamondbacks sent cash considerations to the Twins. This claim was made shortly after a trade that sent pitcher Jon Rauch to the Twins for a player to be named later, which later became cash considerations. According to MLB.com "essentially that (the player to be named later) is Mulvey."[3]

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Kevin Mulvey
Arizona Diamondbacks — No. 57
Starting pitcher
Born: May 26, 1985 (1985-05-26) (age 25)
Parlin, New Jersey
Bats: Right Throws: Right 
MLB debut
July 20, 2009 for the Minnesota Twins
Career statistics
(through 2009 season)
Win-Loss    0-3
Earned run average    8.14
Strikeouts    18
Teams
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Kevin John Mulvey (born May 26, 1985 in Parlin, New Jersey) is a right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball for the Arizona Diamondbacks.

A New Jersey native and graduate of Bishop George Ahr High School (in Edison, NJ), he was selected by the New York Mets in the second round (62nd overall) of the 2006 amateur draft out of Villanova University. While at Villanova, he tossed a no-hitter against Connecticut on March 26,

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He made his professional debut in the Rookie League with the GCL Mets August 19, 2006. A day later, he was promoted to the Binghamton Mets, New York's Eastern League Double-A affiliate.

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  1. REDIRECT Template:Baseball Year, he went 11-10 with a 3.32 ERA for the Binghamton Mets and was selected to the All-Star Futures Game. In August 2007, he was promoted to the New Orleans Zephyrs of the Pacific Coast League. In two starts Kevin Mulvey got two wins without an earned run.[2]

Mulvey was one of the players included in the Johan Santana trade between the Mets and Twins on January 29, 2008. The other three players the Mets sent to the Twins were pitchers Phillip Humber, Deolis Guerra and outfielder Carlos Gomez.

On September 1, 2009, Kevin Mulvey was claimed off waivers to the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Arizona Diamondbacks sent cash considerations to the Twins. This claim was made shortly after a trade that sent pitcher Jon Rauch to the Twins for a player to be named later, which later became cash considerations. According to MLB.com "essentially that (the player to be named later) is Mulvey."[3]

References

External links


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