Mitchell Boggs


Mitchell Boggs
Mitchell Boggs

St. Louis Cardinals — No. 41
Pitcher
Born: February 15, 1984 (1984-02-15) (age 27)
Dalton, Georgia
Bats: Right Throws: Right 
MLB debut
June 6, 2008 for the St. Louis Cardinals
Career statistics
(through 2011)
Win-Loss     9-11
Earned Run Average     4.34
Strikeouts     159
Saves     4
Teams
Career highlights and awards

Mitchell Thomas Boggs (born February 15, 1984 in Dalton, Georgia) is a Major League Baseball pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals. He is of no relation to former MLB third baseman, Wade Boggs.

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High school

Boggs played two sports while attending Dalton High School. He played baseball for the Catamounts under the direction of Coach Manny Pontonio. Boggs was a pitcher and also a 3rd baseman who was recruited to be a dual-sport college star. Boggs played baseball at the University of Georgia, and is now a member of the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

Boggs also played quarterback for Dalton High's football team. His senior year, Boggs led the Catamounts to a 13-2 record, which included an appearance and a win in the state semi-finals in the Georgia Dome.

Collegiate career

Boggs played his collegiate career at the University of Georgia. In 2004, Boggs pitched for the Newport Gulls of the New England Collegiate Baseball League. He appeared in 8 total games, owning a 6-0 record, including a 0.91 regular season earned run average and two wins in the playoffs.

Professional career

St. Louis Cardinals

On June 6, 2008, Boggs was promoted to the Cardinals' major league club from the Triple-A Memphis Redbirds to replace Mike Parisi on the active roster. In 12 starts with the Redbirds in 2008 before his promotion, Boggs was 5-1 with a 3.28 ERA.

On June 10, 2008, Boggs got his first start going five innings, giving up only four hits and two runs, in picking up his first victory, over the Cincinnati Reds, 7-2 in Cincinnati.[1]

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