- Mitchell Boggs
Mitchell Boggs St. Louis Cardinals — No. 41 Pitcher Born: February 15, 1984
Bats: Right Throws: Right MLB debut June 6, 2008 for the St. Louis Cardinals Career statistics
Win-Loss 9-11 Earned Run Average 4.34 Strikeouts 159 Saves 4 Teams Career highlights and awards
- World Series champion (2011)
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.
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.
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.
- ^ Bittersweet victory for Cardinals : Ludwick, Boggs star, but Pujols likely headed to DL after injury, St. Louis Cardinals.com, 6/10/08
- Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or The Baseball Cube, or Baseball-Reference (Minors)
- Boggs player profile at Scout.com
St. Louis Cardinals current roster Active roster
3 Ryan Theriot | 4 Yadier Molina | 7 Matt Holliday | 12 Lance Berkman | 16 Bryan Anderson | 19 Jon Jay | 19 Matt Carpenter | 21 Allen Craig | 23 David Freese | 26 Kyle Lohse | 27 Tyler Greene | 29 Chris Carpenter | 30 Jason Motte | 33 Daniel Descalso | 34 Marc Rzepczynski | 35 Jake Westbrook | 38 Mark Hamilton | 41 Mitchell Boggs | 43 Shane Robinson | 46 Kyle McClellan | 47 Pete Kozma | 48 Tony Cruz | 50 Adam Wainwright 52 Eduardo Sánchez | 54 Jaime García | 55 Skip Schumaker | 56 Adron Chambers | 59 Fernando Salas | 62 Lance Lynn | 56 Adron Chambers | 63 Maikel Cleto | 65 Brandon Dickson | 68 Adam Reifer | 84 Zack Cox
Coaching Staff St. Louis Cardinals 2011 World Series Champions
3 Ryan Theriot | 4 Yadier Molina | 5 Albert Pujols | 7 Matt Holliday | 8 Nick Punto | 12 Lance Berkman | 13 Gerald Laird | 15 Rafael Furcal | 19 Jon Jay | 21 Allen Craig | 22 Edwin Jackson | 23 David Freese (World Series MVP) | 26 Kyle Lohse | 28 Octavio Dotel | 29 Chris Carpenter | 30 Jason Motte | 33 Daniel Descalso | 34 Marc Rzepczynski | 35 Jake Westbrook | 41 Mitchell Boggs | 53 Arthur Rhodes | 54 Jaime García | 55 Skip Schumaker | 56 Adron Chambers | 59 Fernando Salas | 62 Lance Lynn
Manager 10 Tony La Russa
Bench Coach 49 Joe Pettini | 1st Base Coach 39 Dave McKay | 3rd Base Coach 11 José Oquendo | Hitting Coach 25 Mark McGwire | Pitching Coach 18 Dave Duncan | Bullpen Coach 36 Derek Lilliquist | Bullpen Catcher 58 Jeff Murphy
Regular season • National League Division Series • National League Championship Series
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