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Pedro Beato

Pedro Beato 36 P

Norfolk Tides

  • Status: Active
  • Full Name: Pedro Beato
  • Age: 28 (October 27, 1986)
  • Birthplace: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • Bats/Throws: R/R Ht: 6' 6" Wt: 230
  • Draft: Compensation A (2006, BAL)
  • MLB Debut: 04/01/2011
  • School: St. Petersburg JC, FL
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Pedro Beato Stats Summary

Pedro Beato Career Stats

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Pedro Beato Awards and Honors

Pedro Beato  36 P

  • Full Name: Pedro Beato
  • Born: October 27, 1986
  • Age: 28
  • Birthplace: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • Bats: R
  • Throws: R
  • Height: 6' 6"
  • Weight: 230
  • Draft: Compensation A (2006, BAL)
  • School: St. Petersburg JC, FL
  • MLB Debut: 04/01/2011

2014: Spent the majority of the season with Triple-A Gwinnett, where he went 2-0 with six saves and a 4.10 ERA in 42 games...Made three appearances with Atlanta, where he allowed three hits and three walks while striking out three in 4.1 innings...Tied for first on Gwinnett with eight holds and ranked second among G-Braves relievers in games (42) and saves (6)...Did not allow an earned run in 27 of his 42 appearances, and yielded one earned run or fewer in 38 of his 42 outings...Held right-handed batters to a .214 (22-103) average...Made two one-inning spot starts, July 8 vs. Syracuse and July 11 at Norfolk. 
2013: Spent most of the season with Triple-A Pawtucket but made four stints with Boston...Went 1-1 with a 3.60 ERA in 10 relief outings with Boston...Posted a 2.98 ERA and registered five saves in 34 relief outings with Pawtucket...Pitched to a 1.40 ERA (4 ER, 25.2 IP) and a .182 opposing batting average in 16 road appearances...Allowed just three of 20 inherited runners to score with the Pawsox.  
2012: Opened the season in the Mets organization...Went 4-4 with a 4.14 ERA in 24 games for Triple-A Buffalo...Pitched in seven games for New York, posting a 10.38 ERA before being acquired by Boston in August as the PTBNL in a trade for catcher Kelly Shoppach...Joined Pawtucket on August 19 and made four scoreless appearances for the Pawsox...Went 1-0 with a 4.70 ERA in four relief outings for Boston...On 12/19 was designated for assignment to make room on the 40-man roster for RHP Ryan Dempster.
2011: Was selected from the Orioles in the December 2010 Rule 5 Draft and spent the season on the Mets roster...Was his first Opening Day roster...Ranked second among National League rookies in innings pitched (67.0) and was fifth in appearances (60)...Stranded 25 of 36 inherited baserunners (31%), fourth-best among NL rookie pitchers...Made his Major League debut on Opening Day by working 2.0 scoreless innings in the 6-2 loss at Florida...Began the season with 18.2 innings without allowing an earned run, a Mets record to begin a career...Earned his first career victory on April 27 at Washington...In a 14-inning, 2-1 win at Phi on May 1 at Philadelphia threw a career-high 3.0 innings, the most by a Mets reliever all season...Spent time on the disabled list in May with tendinitis in his right elbow.
2010: Was an Eastern League All-Star with Double-A Bowie...Led the Baysox and ranked fifth in the EL with 16 saves...Held opposing batters to a .225 average...Posted a 0.68 ERA (2 ER, 26.1 IP) on the road. 
2009: Made 20 starts with Class-A Frederick before joining Double-A Bowie's rotation for the final month of the season...Allowed three earned runs or less in 17 of his 20 starts and tossed at least 5.0 innings in 15 of his 20 starts with the Keys...Earned first Double-A victory on August 29 at Reading.
PERSONAL: Pedro Beato was signed by Baltimore as a minor league free agent on 3/5/15…Was originally signed by the Orioles in the first round (32nd overall) in the 2006 draft…Attended St. Petersburg (FL) JC, the same school that produced Mets legend Howard Johnson and former Tides Steve Lombardozzi and Luis Exposito… Selected by the New York Mets in the 17th round of the 2005 draft out of Xaverian HS (NY) but did not sign…Was born 10/27/86, the night the New York Mets defeated the Boston Red Sox in game 7 of the 1986 World Series...Was ranked as the 13th-best prospect in the 2006 draft by Baseball America.