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32 Jesse Hahn SP
Height/Weight: 6-5/190 | Birthdate: 7/30/1989 | Birthplace: Norwich, CT | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Oakland | College: None | MLB Experience: 2 | Owned/Started%: 39/20 | Average Draft Position: 234.14
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Athletics SP Jesse Hahn records first complete game, shutout


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(5/25/2015) Athletics starter Jesse Hahn must have figured that while he was shooting for the first complete game of his career, he might as well earn his first shutout too.

And that's what he got Monday afternoon against an albeit skeleton Tigers lineup sans Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez.

"He, from inning No. 1, had his sinker going today," catcher Stephen Vogt said per MLB.com. "He was throwing it with conviction, with confidence, both sides of the plate, you name it. He was some kind of disgusting with his sinker."

Hahn gave up just four hits, including only two through seven innings. He walked one and fanned five in raising his record to 2-4.

"It's a great feeling," Hahn said. "The ninth inning's been foreign to me… I had so much adrenalin pumping through my veins in the ninth."

The right-hander had not thrown more than six innings in any of his previous seven starts. He lowered his ERA from 4.43 to 3.69 with his latest effort. He will try to shrink it further Saturday against the Yankees.

 


A's SP Jesse Hahn goes six solid innings in loss on Wednesday


by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
(5/20/2015) Athletics starter Jesse Hahn pitched well, but not well enough in a losing effort on Wednesday against the Astros. The right-hander went six innings, allowing three runs on five hits. He walked two and struck out six. He threw 108 pitches, 66 going for strikes.

Hahn (1-4) gave up an RBI single in the bottom of the third, and then after the A's came back to tie it, he surrendered a two-run home run to Evan Gattis in the sixth.

"We're all just frustrated right now and tired of losing," Hahn told the San Francisco Chronicle

He'll carry a 3.43 ERA into his next start, which is scheduled for Monday against the Tigers.


Athletics starter Jesse Hahn takes no-decision Friday


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(5/16/2015) Athletics starter Jesse Hahn yielded four runs (two earned) on five hits in 6 1/3 innings Friday in a no-decision against the White Sox. 

The right hander fanned five in the outing. 

Hahn had dropped his last two decisions before Friday's no-decision.

Hahn's next start is set for Wednesday in Houston.


Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn tagged for six runs in loss


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(5/10/2015) Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn allowed six runs, four earned, on eight hits in 5 1/3 innings of work in Oakland's 7-2 loss to the Mariners on Saturday.

Hahn ran into problems in the first inning when he surrendered two runs on two errors. Then in the second, Hahn allowed a single to Dustin Ackley, who stole second. Then, Seth Smith doubled to right field, driving in another run. Things kept getting worse in the fifth when Hahn put two men on and allowed an infield single to Nelson Cruz, plating two more runs. 

Hahn put two more runners on in the sixth before getting the hook. Hahn, now 1-3, moved his ERA to 4.73 in 32 1/3 innings of work. He will look to get back on track Friday against the White Sox.


Athletics' Jesse Hahn rocked in loss vs. Twins


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(5/4/2015) Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn took the loss Monday, giving up six earned runs on 10 hits in five-plus innings while striking out five in his team's 8-7 defeat against the Twins.

Hahn (1-2) hadn't allowed more than three earned runs in a start coming into Wednesday's game, and things looked good for a win after a first-inning grand slam gave Oakland a 4-0 lead. The pitcher was knocked around in the second inning, giving up four earned runs to lose his lead. After he was staked to another lead in the top of the sixth, the Twins were able to push across four more runs in the bottom half of the inning, with two being charded to Hahn.

Hahn owns a 4.33 ERA and 16:4 K:BB ratio in 27 innings. He's slated to face the Mariners in Seattle Saturday.


Athletics' Jesse Hahn strikes out six in no-decision Wednesday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(4/30/2015) Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn didn't factor into the decision Wednesday, giving up three earned runs on four hits and one walk in five innings while striking out six in his team's 6-3 loss to the Angels.

Missing his last scheduled start due to a blister on his finger, Hahn ran into trouble immediately Wednesday, opening the start by allowing a single and a walk, and both runners moved up on the first out of the inning. After a Hahn strikeout, he surrendered a two-run single to dig an early hole, one that got bigger after a third-inning solo home run by Mike Trout. The A's were able to even the score in the sixth inning and take Hahn off the hook for the loss.

Hahn has posted a 2.86 ERA and 11:4 K:BB ratio in 22 innings. He's on track to square off with the Twins in Minnesota Monday.


Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn will make start Tuesday despite blister


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(4/28/2015) Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn will make his start Wednesday as scheduled despite battling a blister on his finger, Hahn said per CSN California.

Hahn missed his last scheduled start Thursday because of the blister on his finger, but Hahn said the finger is doing much better. Hahn has a 1-1 record so far this season with a 2.12 ERA in 17 innings of work.  


Athletics' Jesse Hahn testing blister on Sunday, may start Wednesday


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(4/25/2015) Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn will test the finger blister on his throwing hand with a bullpen session some time in the next two days, per MLB.com. Hahn has been treating the finger by soaking it in pickle juice to harden the skin. 

Assuming the bullpen session goes well, Hahn could still make his next start, scheduled for Wednesday. 


Athletics may call up reliever on Wednesday


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(4/22/2015) Although pitcher Jesse Hahn (blister) doesn't appear to be head to the disabled list, the Athletics may call up a relief pitcher on Wednesday, reports Comcast SportsNet California.

Hahn will miss his scheduled start Thursday while dealing with a blister on his finger.

Athletics' Jesse Hahn to miss start Thursday, Jesse Chavez to fill in


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(4/20/2015) Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn will miss his scheduled start Thursday while dealing with a blister on his finger, manager Bob Melvin said, per Bay Area News Group.

Hahn was forced to leave his start Saturday after discovering the blister on his right middle finger. Jesse Chavez, who came on in relief for him Saturday, will start in Hahn's place.

Chavez made 21 starts in 2014, posting an 8-8 record with a 3.45 ERA in 146 innings. 

"Jesse Chavez is a good guy to have in your pocket when something like that happens," Melvin said, per MLB.com. 


Jesse Hahn confident he'll make next start for Athletics


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(4/19/2015) Athletics starting pitcher Jesse Hahn was forced to leave Saturday's game with a blister on his right middle finger. 

On Sunday, Hahn was wearing a bandage on the finger, but he was confident he wouldn't miss a start, per the Bay Area News Group.

There's still a possibility that the blister will keep him out of the April 23 start, however, so that the blister can heal fully. Jesse Chavez would get the start in his place, per MLB.com.  


Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn leaves start Saturday with finger injury


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(4/18/2015) Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn was forced to leave his start Saturday against the Royals with a finger injury. Hahn left with one out in the sixth after picking up a blister on his right, middle finger, the team announced.

Hahn went 5 1/3 scoreless innings with three hits allowed and no strikeouts.

"It's been popping up, today a little worse than others, I guess," said Hahn to MLB.com. "In the sixth there, a couple of pitches in, it just split open on me. I usually get 'em. That was a little worse.

"I would have liked to get a little further in the game to let our bullpen rest some more, but when you've got a guy like Chavez over there who can come in and do that, that's awesome."

Hahn's status for his next scheduled start Thursday against the Angels is up in the air.


Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn finishes with no decision Sunday


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(4/12/2015) Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn allowed four runs, one earned, on three hits in 5 2/3 innings Sunday in Oakland's 8-7 loss to the Mariners in 10 innings.

Hahn worked efficiently through his first three innings, not allowing a hit or a baserunner.

"I felt great all game," Hahn said to MLB.com. "I probably had my best stuff today. I'm not going to look too far into this start. I've just got to control that situation better in the sixth inning."

But he ran into issues in the sixth when four runs came across after allowing three hits and four runs after a Josh Reddick dropped a line drive, allowing Mike Zunino and Austin Jackson to score. Hahn then allowed a single to Kyle Seager, pushing across another run and leading to the hook for the young pitcher.

"I should have kept the same approach in that sixth inning," Hahn said. "I think I did a bad job of that. Mistake pitch to Robinson Cano and he was able to pull it down the right-field line."

Hahn, who now has a 3.09 ERA, will look for his first win Saturday against the Royals.


Ahtletics P Jesse Hahn pitches six innings in 3-1 loss to Rangers


by Dave Peters | CBSSports.com
(4/8/2015) Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn came away with a loss after falling to the Rangers 3-1 on Tuesday.

Hahn pitched six innings, giving up three earned runs with three strikeouts on seven hits. He finished the day with an ERA of 4.50. 

"I think it was a bad start, obviously not the outcome I wanted," Hahn said, per the Bay Area News Group. "I thought maybe one or two mistake pitches and I don't think things went my way tonight."

Hahn's next start is against the Mariners. He has a career ERA of 0.00 against the Mariners.


A's SP Jesse Hahn getting used to pitching at heavier weight


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/7/2015) Before being traded to the Athletics, starting pitcher Jesse Hahn was given a directive by the Padres to pack on the pounds in the offseason, per MLB.com. Even after being dealt, Hahn didn't deter from the plan and the end result was him packing on 15 pounds of muscle.

The belief was that added weight could be beneficial to Hahn's work late in games. Last season, he would lose velocity as games carried on and then he struggled in between starts with the recovery process.

Well, even though he has yet to make his first start of the season, Hahn seems happy he now checks in at 215 pounds.

"I noticed in the beginning of spring, when I came back and started throwing, my mechanics were a little out of whack, but it was because I was probably trying to find that new balance point. Halfway through spring is when I figured it all out, and now I feel great," he said. "I don't feel as sore after either. I think, last year, I used a lot more lower body weight and core, and that was the hardest thing for me, recovering from start to start. I was hoping to improve on that this year, and I already feel stronger."


Graveman No. 4, Pomeranz No. 5 as A's announce rotation


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(4/2/2015) Athletics manager Bob Melvin revealed his season-opening rotation Thursday, and Opening Day starter Sonny Gray will be followed in succession by Jesse Hahn, Scott Kazmir, Kendall Graveman and Drew Pomeranz, MLB.com reports.

Only Gray and Kazmir entered the spring as locks for the rotation, though Hahn was a good bet to also earn a spot. Graveman, a rookie who made his major-league debut last year and logged five relief appearances in September, surrendered just one earned run in 21 1/3 innings while striking out 11 batters and walking four this spring. Pomeranz fared well in 10 starts and 10 relief appearances in 2014 and posted a 2.04 ERA and 25:8 K:BB ratio in 17 2/3 spring innings.


Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn getting closer to rotation spot


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(3/14/2015) Athletics pitcher Jesse Hahn threw 3 1/3 innings Saturday, surrendering two runs on four hits and three strikeouts. The young righty is continuing to bolster his chances of starting in the rotation this season, reports MLB.com.

"Right now," he said, "I'm just trying to get where I believe I should be at, working on my fastball command and making sure all my pitches click."


Report: Athletics sending Derek Norris to Padres


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(12/18/2014) The Athletics have agreed to trade catcher Derek Norris to the Padres, according to the New York Daily News.

After dealing Yasmani Grandal to Los Angeles in the Matt Kemp deal, the Padres were in need of a new backstop. It didn't take long for them to replace Grandal, as the team acquired Norris shortly after the Kemp deal went through.

Pitcher Seth Streich will also head to the Padres in the deal, according to FoxSports.com The 23-year-old posted a 3.16 ERA over 114 innings in High A last season.

The 25-year-old Norris is coming off a season in which he hit .270/.361/.403 over 385 at-bats. Norris is under team control through the 2018 season.

The Athletics are expected to receive pitchers Jesse Hahn and R.J. Alvarez in the deal, according to Yahoo! The 24-year-old Alvarez posted a 1.25 ERA over 43 1/3 innings at Double-A last year.

Hahn, 25, posted a 3.07 ERA over 73 1/3 innings in the majors last year. He was excellent in Double-A, posting a 1.91 ERA in 42 1/3 innings before being called up.


Jesse Hahn takes loss in extra innings Saturday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(9/7/2014) Padres pitcher Jesse Hahn was hung with a loss Saturday, giving up one earned run on three hits and one walk in 1 1/3 innings while striking out two in his team's 7-6, 12-inning loss to the Rockies.

Hahn (7-4) gave up a leadoff double in the 12th inning, and after a sacrifice moved the potential winning run to third with only one out, he intentionally walked a man to set up a double play. Instead, Drew Stubbs was able to single to left to send the Rockies home with a win. Hahn owns a 3.07 ERA and 70:32 K:BB ratio in 73 1/3 innings.


Jesse Hahn not expected to make another start this year


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9/1/2014) Padres pitcher Jesse Hahn is not expected to make another start again this season, according to  MLB.com on Monday. Instead, the team will use him out of the bullpen for the final month of the season.

Jesse Hahn called back up Saturday


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(8/30/2014) The Padres recalled pitcher Jesse Hahn from Double-A San Antonio Saturday, less than two weeks after sending him down.

Hahn posted a 2.96 ERA In 70 innings of work with the Padres earlier in the season, and his current rule is not clear. The team is looking to limit his innings down the stretch, so he may pitch out of the bullpen. 


Padres add Frank Garces, option Jesse Hahn


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(8/19/2014) The Padres selected the contract of pitcher Frank Garces from Double-A San Antonio Tuesday while also optioning pitcher Jesse Hahn to San Antonio and designating infielder Brooks Conrad for assignment.

A starter for most of his minor-league career, Garces has made all 47 of his appearances with San Antonio out of the bullpen while posting a 2.07 ERA and 73:23 K:BB ratio in 61 innings. Hahn has pitched 110 1/3 innings, and the team will likely look to wind him down over the remainder of the season. Conrad last appeared with the major-league team in late July.


Time to move on from Jesse Hahn?


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(8/18/2014) To be fair, Jesse Hahn's start Saturday at St. Louis in which he allowed five earned runs in 5 2/3 innings was his first definitively bad one since his major-league debut June 3, but he's been trending the wrong way for several starts. His last quality start came July 30.

It's been most evident in his walk rate. He issued just one walk in Saturday's start, but he issued three in five innings Aug. 11 and four in 5 2/3 innings Aug. 5. While he wasn't exactly Cliff Lee before then, the walks only became a liability recently.

To me, it's a strong indication he's running out of steam, which would make sense given his impending innings limit. He had never thrown more than 69 innings prior to this season. He's up to 110 1/3 now, and though the Padres haven't specified an exact limit, manager Bud Black told MLB.com over the weekend that that 140 "might be a little high."

In other words, Hahn has at most 30 innings left, and if they're anything like his last 16 1/3 have been, you don't want a part of them in mixed leagues. He's a talented pitcher and all, but with his season winding down, I was content to drop him for Michael Pineda in the one league where I owned him.


Padres trying to figure out Jesse Hahn's innings limit


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(8/17/2014) The Padres continue to formulate a plan for shutting down for rookie hurler Jesse Hahn, who is up to a career-high 110 1/3 innings (majors and minors) following Saturday's start against the Cardinals.

"There's no hard line," manager Bud Black said before Saturday's outing, per MLB.com. "[140 innings] might be a little high. Lets put it this way, we're watching each and every start and we'll come to a decision."

The most innings Hahn had logged in a season prior to 2014 was 69, which he logged in 2013 between the Rookie League and high Class A.

"Physically he still feels fine, mentally he's doing great," Black said. "We'll continue to watch his stuff, watch his pitches and see how he's doing. There's six to seven starts left [for everybody], correct? It's probably safe to say that Jesse probably won't make that many starts. How many? We're not ready to talk about that yet."


Jesse Hahn surrenders five runs in no-decision Saturday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(8/17/2014) Padres pitcher Jesse Hahn wasn't a factor in Saturday's decision after allowing five earned runs on seven hits and one walk in 5 2/3 innings and striking out three in his team's 9-5 win over the Cardinals.

Hahn worked a perfect first inning but hit trouble in the second, allowing four runs on a single, three doubles and a hit batsman. He gave up another run  on a triple in the fifth inning, leaving him with a season-high five earned runs on the night. Hahn owns a 2.96 ERA and 65:29 K:BB ratio in 70 innings. He's scheduled to face the Diamondbacks Friday.