(8/31/2009) The Phillies designated 2B Brad Harman for assignment Monday, making room on the 40-man roster. They called up RHP John Ennis from the Triple-A Lehigh Valley IronPigs and immediately placed him on the 15-day DL.
Ennis headed to minors camp
(3/15/2008) The Phillies reassigned pitcher John Ennis to minor league camp Saturday and also optioned pitcher Shane Youman to the minors.
Ennis released by Phillies
(2/26/2008) The Phillies released pitcher John Ennis on Tuesday to make room on the roster for utility man Ray Olmedo, who was claimed off waivers from the Pirates.
Ennis makes emergency start
(9/8/2007) Phillies pitcher John Ennis made an emergency start Saturday vs. Florida. He went four innings, working his way in-and-out of trouble. He allowed just one run and struck out five in the outing. The one run came on a leadoff home run by Hanley Ramirez.
Phillies purchase Ennis' contract
(9/4/2007) The Philadelphia Phillies purchased the contract of relief pitcher John Ennis from the minor leagues Tuesday, less than a week after they designated him for assignment.
Ennis designated for assignment
(8/29/2007) The Phillies designated RHP John Ennis for assignment Tuesday night. They have 10 days to trade, release or outright him to the minor leagues.
Ennis works three-inning save
(8/26/2007) John Ennis pitched three innings in his Phillies debut for his second major league save during Sunday's game against the Padres. Ennis allowed four hits and one run while striking out two.
Phillies make first cuts
(3/13/2007) The Philadelphia Inquirer reports the Phillies optioned OF Chris Roberson and RP Anderson Garcia to minor-league camp. They also reassigned C Jason Hill, Jason Jaramillo, Tim Gradoville and Lou Marson, IF Andrew Beattie, OF Lou Collier and Greg Golson, P Jim Crowell, John Ennis, Jeff Farnsworth, Yoel Hernandez and Brian Mazone.
Phils hand out 19 spring invites
(12/11/2006) The Phillies invited the following non-roster players to spring training: INF Andrew Beattie, RHP Joe Bisenius, OF Ron Calloway, RHP Ryan Cameron, LHP Jim Crowell, RHP Kane Davis, RHP Kyle Drabek, RHP John Ennis, RHP Jeff Farnsworth, OF Greg Golson, C Tim Gradoville, LHP J.A. Happ, C Jason Hill, C Jason Jaramillo, 3B Brennan King, C Lou Marson, LHP Brian Mazone, 1B Randall Simon, C Dusty Wathan.
(3/28/2005) The Detroit Tigers assigned RHP John Ennis to minor-league camp.
Tigers to give Ennis a look in spring
(1/22/2005) The Tigers agreed to terms with RHP John Ennis on a minor-league contract.
Ennis outrighted by Tigers
(10/7/2004) The Tigers sent John Ennis outright to Triple-A Toledo on Tuesday. He opted for free agency.
Detroit calls up John Ennis
(9/1/2004) The Tigers recalled John Ennis from Triple-A Toledo on Wednesday.
Ennis sent to minors
(8/13/2004) Detroit optioned John Ennis to Triple-A Toledo on Friday. The move opened up a roster spot for Gary Knotts, who was activated from the disabled list.
Tiger purchase Ennis' contract
(8/3/2004) The Detroit Tigers purchased the contract of John Ennis from Triple-A Toledo on Tuesday.
Ennis designated for assignment
(12/30/2003) The Tigers designated John Ennis for assignment on Tuesday, clearing a roster spot for Jason Johnson.
John Ennis claimed off waivers
(8/20/2003) The Tigers claimed Ennis off waivers from the Braves on Wednesday. He was optioned to Triple-A Toledo.
(4/12/2002) Ennis was sent back to the minors after one start. He should only be on rosters in keeper leagues.
(4/11/2002) Ennis allowed two runs and five hits in four innings in his major league debut. He pitched in place of Albie Lopez, who has a strained groin. Ennis isn't worth a pickup yet, unless you are in desperate need of starting pitching in an NL-only league.