Xavier Cedeño

This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first the 15-day disabled list.[6] In 44 games with the Astros,
or paternal family name is Cedeño and the second or he had a 3.77 ERA.[7]
maternal family name is Quiñones.
Cedeño played for the Puerto Rican national baseball
team in the 2013 World Baseball Classic. He had one
Xavier Cedeño Quiñones (born August 26, 1986) is a save and a 2.08 ERA in seven appearances.[2] In five
Puerto Rican professional baseball pitcher for the Tampa games for the Astros at the start of the 2013 season he
Bay Rays of Major League Baseball (MLB). He has allowed 11 runs in only 6.1 innings.[7]
also played in MLB for the Houston Astros and the
Washington Nationals.
1.3 Washington Nationals

1 Career He was claimed on waivers by the Washington Nationals
on April 23, 2013, and assigned to the Syracuse Chiefs of
the Class AAA International League.[8] In 25 games for
1.1 Colorado Rockies the Nationals over parts of three seasons, he had a 3.38
ERA.[7]
Cedeño attended Asuncíon Rodriguez De Sala School in
Guayanilla, Puerto Rico, and Miami-Dade College. The The Nationals designated him for assignment on April 14,
Colorado Rockies selected Cedeño in the 31st round of 2015.[9]
the 2004 Major League Baseball draft. He played in
the Rockies’ minor league system from 2005 to 2009.
He played for the Casper Rockies, Asheville Tourists, 1.4 Tampa Bay Rays
Modesto Nuts and Tulsa Drillers.[1] He was released at
the end of spring training in 2010 and he did not play that Cedeño was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers on April
year.[2] 22, 2015, in exchange for cash considerations.[10] The
Dodgers designated him for assignment on April 24[11]
and then traded him to the Tampa Bay Rays for cash con-
1.2 Houston Astros siderations on April 27.[12]

Cedeño was signed to a minor league contract by the
Houston Astros on December 22, 2010. With the AA 2 References
Corpus Christi Hooks of the Texas League, he was 5–6
with a 3.95 ERA in 23 games with 19 starts. On June 22
[1] “Xavier Cedeño minor league statistics & history”. Base-
against the Frisco RoughRiders he struck out the first nine
ball Reference.
batters he faced in a record-setting 14 strikeout game. He
was subsequently promoted to the AAA Oklahoma City [2] “Xavier Cedeno bio”. mlb.com.
RedHawks.[2]
[3] “September 16, 2011 Houston Astros at Chicago Cubs
The Astros promoted Cedeño to the major leagues on play-by-play and box score”. Baseball Reference.
September 11, 2011 and he made his Major League de-
but on September 16 against the Chicago Cubs. He faced [4] “Xavier Cedeno 2011 pitching gamelogs”. Baseball Ref-
two batters, the first one flew out to right field and the erence.
second one singled.[3] He appeared in two more games
[5] “2011 MLB Transactions”. ESPN.com.
that season, allowing five runs in one inning in his last
appearance.[4] He was outrighted off the 40 man roster [6] “Alyson Footer on Twitter”. Twitter. Retrieved April 14,
on October 5.[2] 2015.
Cedeño signed a new minor league contract with the As-
[7] “Xavier Cedeno statistics and history”. Baseball Refer-
tros on October 24.[5] Cedeño began the 2012 season with ence.
the RedHawks, where he had a 2–0 win–loss record with
a 0.42 earned run average in 17 games before being pro- [8] “Nationals Claim Xavier Cedeno”. MLB Trade Rumors.
moted to Houston when Fernando Abad was placed on Retrieved April 14, 2015.

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Retrieved April 14.nbcsports. [10] Gleeman. 2015. MASNsports. Aaron (April 22.com.com. 2015). hard- balltalk. [12] Rays Acquire Xavier Cedeno From Dodgers 3 External links • Career statistics and player information from MLB. or Fangraphs. 2015). or The Baseball Cube. [11] Weisman. Retrieved April 22. 2015. Jon (April 24. or Baseball-Reference (Minors) . or ESPN. or Baseball-Reference. dodgers. 2015.2 3 EXTERNAL LINKS [9] “MASN News & Information: Nationals select contract of right-hander Rafael Martin”. “Dodgers acquire left-hander Xavier Cedeno from Nationals”. “Dodgers add Sergio Santos to bullpen”. Retrieved April 24.

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