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60 Adalberto Mendez SP
Height/Weight: 6-2/160 | Birthdate: 2/22/1982 | Birthplace: Santo Domingo, DR | Team: Miami | College: None | MLB Experience: 1
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Mendez outrighted to Triple-A


(3/12/2011) Florida outrighted pitcher Adalberto Mendez to Triple-A New Orleans on Saturday, reports the Palm Beach Post. Mendez will begin the year in the minors.

Mendez likely ticketed for minors


(1/9/2011) The Sports Xchange reports SP Adalberto Mendez posted a 1-3 record and 5.11 ERA in five games for the Marlins last year, but he'll probably open the season in the minors again in 2011.

Mendez doesn't win again in '10


(10/1/2010) Marlins SP Adalberto Mendez allowed five runs and seven hits in 5 1/3 innings during a 5-1 loss to the Pirates on Friday. Mendez had an early 1-0 lead before Pedro Alvarez tied the game with a solo homer in the second. The game stayed tied until Chris Snyder's two-run homer in the fifth put Pittsburgh ahead for good. Mendez, who walked one and struck out one, has lost three of his last four starts after winning in his debut Sept. 6 against the Phillies.

Mendez gets knocked around


(9/26/2010) Florida starter Adalberto Mendez had a dismal day on Sunday in a loss to the Brewers. Mendez fell to 1-2 on the season as he allowed six earned runs on six hits and two walks over just two innings. He threw 58 pitches over that span of two frames and struck out just one, while allowing four homers. His ERA is at 4.19.

Mendez goes seven in no-decision


(9/21/2010) Florida SP Adalberto Mendez scattered 10 hits over seven innings on Tuesday night against the Mets. Mendez helped squash the Mets' playoff hopes for good as he allowed just one earned run in the performance despite the 10 hits and two walks. He did not earn the win, however, as the Mets blew this one late. Mendez struck out two in the outing and needed just 89 pitches to go seven strong. His ERA is at 1.56 on the year.

Mendez loses to Phils this time


(9/14/2010) Florida SP Adalberto Mendez could not get out of the fifth inning on Tuesday night in his second start for the Marlins against the Phillies. Matched up against Cole Hamels, Mendez never really had much of a chance. Mendez loaded the bases in the fifth before being removed in favor of Burke Badenhop with just one out in the inning. Badenhop got out of the inning without further damage being inflicted. Mendez's final line read he allowed two earned runs on four hits and five walks over 4 1/3 innings. He lost to fall to 1-1 for Florida and he has a 1.74 ERA. Mendez struck out one in the game.

Mendez to get one more start


(9/8/2010) From The Sports Xchange notes: RHP Adalberto Mendez, who won his major-league debut Monday by allowing one hit in six scoreless innings, will spot start and pitch out of the bullpen the rest of the year, manager Edwin Rodriguez said. Rodriguez said Mendez is tentatively scheduled to start again soon with the suspensions of Alex Sanabia and Chris Volstad. Mendez, acquired in the minor-league phase of the Rule 5 Draft in 2007, was 5-4 with a 4.14 ERA in 28 games, including nine starts, for the Triple-A New Orleans Zephyrs. He compliments a fastball that ranges from 93-95 mph with an average changeup and a slider. "Knowing we need some help in the bullpen next year, that's a pretty good arm to consider," Rodriguez said.

Mendez likely to start Sunday


(9/7/2010) According to MLB.com, Marlins SP Adalberto Mendez, who threw six shutout innings in the first game of a doubleheader at Philadelphia on Monday, is tentatively slated to start Sunday against the Nationals. Mendez suffered a right quad strain after hitting a single on Monday, but said it was more of a cramp. He will test the leg while throwing a bullpen session Wednesday and if all goes well, he will start Sunday. "I'm feeling good," Mendez said.

Mendez leaves debut with injury


(9/6/2010) Marlins SP Adalberto Mendez was forced out of his major league debut after tossing six scoreless innings because he got hurt running to first base on a single. The rookie held the Phillies to just one hit, but came out after straining his right quad Monday. He slowed down before reaching first base and hobbled to the bag before he was helped to the dugout. Florida had a 2-0 lead when Mendez departed and earned the win in the 7-1 victory. Manger Edwin Rodirguez told the Palm Beach Post that Mendez suffered a cramp, not a strain, and should be OK to make his next start.

Mendez ready for debut


(9/6/2010) From The Sports Xchange notes: Right-hander Adalberto Mendez is not among the top-rated prospects in the Marlins' system, and that just might suit him fine Monday when he makes his major-league debut. He'll start the first game of a doubleheader in Philadelphia. Manaer Edwin Rodriguez doesn't expect Mendez to be intimidated by the likes of Ryan Howard and Chase Utley. "I think if you start throwing all those names at him he would say, 'Who are those guys?'" Rodriguez said with a laugh. Mendez could get another start, depending on how the Marlins handle the suspension of starting pitchers Chris Volstad and Alex Sanabia. At the very least, Mendez is looking at his current opportunity as a chance to audition for spot next year. "Knowing we need some help in the bullpen next year, that's a pretty good arm to consider," said Rodriguez.