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65 Radhames Liz SP
Height/Weight: 6-2/186 | Birthdate: 10/6/1983 | Birthplace: El Seybo, DR | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Toronto | College: No College | MLB Experience: 3
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Liz opts to pitch in Korea


(1/10/2011) Former Orioles RP Radhames Liz signed a deal to pitch with the LG Twins of the Korea Baseball Organization, as reported by Yahoo! Sports. Liz had been in the Padres' organization most recently and was released by San Diego last Wednesday. He went 8-8 with a 4.83 ERA with Triple-A Portland last season.

Liz let go by Padres


(1/6/2011) The Padres released RP Radhames Liz on Wednesday, according to MLB.com. Liz last pitched in the majors for Baltimore in 2009, and he went 8-8 with a 4.83 ERA with Triple-A Portland last season.

Padres trim roster by cutting RPs


(3/21/2010) Right-handed pitchers Radhames Liz, Luis M. Perdomo and Ryan Webb were optioned to Triple-A Portland and left-handed pitcher Cory Luebke was reassigned to minor league camp Sunday.

Liz gives up slam to Everidge


(3/5/2010) The Mariners broke a 3-3 tie with a six-run eighth inning Thursday. The highlight was a grand slam by minor leaguer Tommy Everidge off the Padres' Radhames Liz.

Padres get Liz off waivers from O's


(11/30/2009) The San Diego Padres acquired pitcher Radhames Liz off waivers from the Orioles.

Liz down; Bergesen to start Monday


(4/20/2009) Orioles SP Brad Bergesen will make his major-league debut for Baltimore on Tuesday. To make room for Bergesen on the roster, RP Radhames Liz, who gave up six runs, hit two batters and got just one out in Monday's loss to the Red Sox, was optioned to Triple-A.

Liz likely headed back down


(4/20/2009) From the The Sports Xchange: RHP Radhames Liz is the odds-on favorite to be demoted when RHP Brad Bergesen is recalled, the Baltimore Sun suggested. Liz, 25, was promoted from Triple-A Norfolk on April 15 only to be shelled that night, giving up five hits and four earned runs in one inning.

Liz down; Bergesen to start Monday


(4/20/2009) Orioles SP Brad Bergesen will make his major-league debut for Baltimore on Tuesday. To make room for Bergesen on the roster, RP Radhames Liz, who gave up six runs, hit two batters and got just one out in Monday's loss to the Red Sox, was optioned to Triple-A.

O's call up young reliever Liz


(4/15/2009) The Orioles placed Alfredo Simon (right elbow discomfort) and Melvin Mora (strained left hamstring) on the 15-day DL. They called up relievers Matt Albers and Radhames Liz to take their place on the roster. They are expected to work out of the bullpen. Brian Bass might be the O's stopgap in the rotation next time they need a No. 5 starter in Fantasy Week 3 (April 20-26). Ty Wigginton figures to get the starts for the O's at third base the next couple of weeks.

Orioles reduce roster by seven


(3/31/2009) Baltimore optioned SP Radhames Liz and OF Lou Montanez to Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesday and announced that SP David Pauley has cleared waivers and has been outrighted to Norfolk. The Orioles also reassigned RP Alberto Castillo, C Guillermo Rodriguez, 3B Scott Moore and 1B Oscar Salazar to minor league camp.

O's take Liz out of starter mix


(3/18/2009) The Orioles have decided to make wild, strong-armed right-hander Radhames Liz a reliever. "In my mind, he's got to make the team as a reliever," pitching coach Rick Kranitz told MLB.com. "We're going to start putting him in situations for that. There's only so many innings and they're really running out on a lot of guys. We've got to make decisions in time for him to get it done in the bullpen. He's not making the team out of the bullpen right now."

O's make Liz relief pitcher


(3/16/2009) MLB.com reports that Baltimore has decided to move hurler Radhames Liz from contention for the starting rotation to a bullpen role. Liz still must make the team out of spring training but he'll be used as a reliever for the foreseeable future. "In my mind, he's got to make the team as a reliever," pitching coach Rick Kranitz said Monday. "We're going to start putting him in situations for that. There's only so many innings and they're really running out on a lot of guys. We've got to make decisions in time for him to get it done in the bullpen. He's not making the team out of the bullpen right now."

Liz sharp against Red Sox


(3/10/2009) Orioles reliever Radhames Liz tossed three scoreless innings for the win on Tuesday against Boston, allowing one hit and striking out two before a crowd of 8,232 at City of Palms Park. "That's as good as I've seen him pitch down," manager Dave Trembley said. "His stuff was down. Three innings, 28 pitches. He could have went another one, but we're probably going to bring him back on three days instead of four."

Liz throws two innings in spring


(3/5/2009) Baltimore SP Radhames Liz threw two innings, allowing a run on two hits in an exhibition game against the Marlins on Thursday. He is expected to have an outside shot of winning a rotation spot with the O's.

Liz to compete for starting job


(1/25/2009) According to The Sports Xchange, SP Radhames Liz will get an extended look as a starter in spring training and Orioles president Andy MacPhail has suggested many of the club's former prospects will be given many opportunities to prove the club's previous executives right. The 25-year old Liz could be used in the bullpen if he can't make the rotation.

Liz can't win in his season finale


(9/24/2008) Orioles SP Radhames Liz ended his 2008 season with a no decision against the Rays. The Orioles staked him a 6-0 lead early but he gave up five runs in the fourth and the bullpen would eventually blow the rest. Liz allowed the five runs on five hits over five innings. He walked three and had five K's. He finished the year with a 6.83 ERA.

Liz has quality start, but loses


(9/20/2008) Orioles SP Radhames Liz, coming off eight shutout innings in his last start, pitched 6 1/3 solid innings Friday at the Yankees. He allowed three runs on eight hits, walking three and striking out one. He suffered the loss, however. "I felt like I made some good pitches in tough situations," Liz said through a translator.

Liz to go Friday, Waters on Sunday


(9/17/2008) Baltimore pitcher Daniel Cabrera was scratched from his next scheduled start and sent back to Baltimore to visit the team doctor after experiencing pain in his elbow during a side session Wednesday. Right-hander Radhames Liz will move up one day to start Friday when the Orioles open a three-game series against the New York Yankees. Left-hander Chris Waters will start Sunday's final regular season game at Yankee Stadium, but manager Dave Trembley wouldn't say who will handle the middle game. "I don't know who we're going to pitch on Saturday," Trembley said. "I don't have any idea right now."

Liz pulls out eight shutout innings


(9/14/2008) Radhames Liz pitched eight shutout innings, and the Orioles hit five home runs in a 7-3 victory Sunday. Liz (6-5) gave up five hits, struck out four and walked one in his longest and most effective outing in the big leagues. Making his 19th career start, the right-hander did not permit a runner past second base. "He's got mid 90's fastball, decent slider, pretty good split," Justin Morneau said. "He threw them all for strikes today, and that's the key for him." In his last start, the erratic Liz threw 102 pitches against Cleveland and didn't get out of the fifth inning. In this one, he threw 108 pitches before being lifted. "I think I used my mind a little better, and my body," Liz said. "I wasn't trying to do too much, and let my emotion get to me with men on base." Liz's major league debut, his first career win and longest outing all came against the Twins.

Liz loses fifth game for O's


(9/9/2008) Baltimore starter Radhames Liz (5-5) allowed four runs, three earned, and eight hits in 4 2/3 innings on Tuesday night against the Indians. He walked three, upping his season total to 44 in 65 innings.

Liz moves up to start on Tuesday


(9/9/2008) The Orioles scratched SP Jeremy Guthrie, out with a dead arm since Aug. 29, for Tuesday against the Indians because of the flu. Radhames Liz will pitch, followed by Chris Waters on Wednesday and Brian Bass on Thursday.

Liz gives up nine runs in 3 1/3


(9/3/2008) Orioles SP Radhames Liz, who was called up from Triple-A Norfolk to start Tuesday's game at Boston, gave up nine runs and nine hits in 3 1/3 innings and dropped to 5-4. He issued three walks and recorded two strikeouts.

Liz recalled for Tuesday start


(9/2/2008) The Orioles recalled right-handed pitchers Kam Mickolio, Bob McCrory and Radhames Liz from Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesday.

Liz optioned, to return for start


(8/30/2008) The Orioles recalled infielder Oscar Salazar from Triple-A Norfolk and optioned pitcher Radhames Liz to the International League club. Manager Dave Trembley said Liz will rejoin the team to start Tuesday's game with Boston.

Liz bests White Sox Wednesday


(8/27/2008) Orioles SP Radhames Liz (5-3) gave up two runs, three hits and five walks in 5 1/3 innings for the Orioles, who hadn't held an opponent under four runs in their previous 10 games. Liz picked up the victory as he notched three K's.