New Arrival: Daniel Stumpf, lhp, Detroit Tigers

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Information from baseball-reference.com

Daniel Stumpf was drafted out of San Jacinto JC in the 9th round (of the 2012 draft by the Kansas City Royals.

He was a solid pitcher in the Royals system, both as a starter and then a pen arm. He never really cracked any prospect lists, but he is the kind of organizational player that could easily snake his way up to a big league roster spot.

Before the 2016 began he was snagged by the Phillies in the Rule 5 draft. He opened the season on the 25 man roster, but only made it though five innings before he was suspended 80 games for using performance-enhancing drugs. He would be released in July.

Since the Phillies released him, he was offered back to the Royals. But he would not be with them for long: in December the Tigers used their Rule 5 draft pick on him, so he is on their 25 man roster to open the season.

There is a good chance he can stick as a lefty specialist.

Standard Pitching
Year Age Tm Lg W L ERA G GS GF SV IP H R ER BB SO ERA+ FIP WHIP
2012 21 KCR-min Rk 2 1 1.55 19 0 10 5 29.0 20 6 5 8 34 0.966
2013 22 KCR-min A 10 10 3.07 25 25 0 0 137.2 103 58 47 50 117 1.111
2014 23 KCR-min A+,Fal 4 8 3.76 39 8 16 2 83.2 88 39 35 23 90 1.327
2015 24 KCR-min AA,FgW 6 4 3.06 54 1 17 3 88.1 66 36 30 36 85 1.155
2016 25 KCR-PHI-min AA,A+,AAA 3 0 3.34 21 0 6 1 29.2 23 12 11 5 31 0.944
2016 25 PHI NL 0 0 10.80 7 0 3 0 5.0 9 6 6 2 2 41 6.15 2.200
1 Yr 0 0 10.80 7 0 3 0 5.0 9 6 6 2 2 41 6.15 2.200
162 Game Avg. 0 0 10.80 68 0 29 0 49 87 58 58 19 19 41 6.15 2.200
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 3/5/2017.
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