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Glauber, Keith

Keith Harris Glauber

Glauber has had two stints in the majors with the Cincinnati Reds. In 1998, he appeared in three games, and late in 2000, he appeared in four games. He had a career record of 0-0 and an ERA of 3.00. He retired during the 2002 season while in the Reds' minor league system.

Birth and Death Dates:
b. January 18, 1972

Career Highlights:
In 1998, Glauber had his brief initial stint with the Cincinnati Reds, maintaining a sparkling 2.35 ERA in three games. After playing the entire 1999 season in the minors, Keith pitched for the Southern League's Chattanooga Lookouts in 2000, and compiled a quite respectable ERA of 3.51. He was then promoted to the Triple A Louisville team, for whom he had a truly eye-catching ERA of 1.50 in 30 innings, with four saves. Towards the end of the season, Keith was called up by the Reds, and went 0-0 in four games with an ERA of 3.68.

Career Dates:
Glauber pitched for the Cincinnati Reds, 1998 and 2000.


Physical description:
6'1", 190 pounds

Career Statistics:
Wins: 0
Losses: 0
Winning pct.: --

ERA: 3.00

Games: 7
Games Started: 0
Complete Games: 0

Innings Pitched: 15.0
Hits Allowed: 11
Bases-on-Balls: 3
Strike Outs: 8

Shut-outs: 0

Relief Pitching
Wins: 0
Losses: 0
Saves: 0

At-bats: 3
Hits: 0
Home Runs: 0
Batting Average: .000

Fielding Statistics
Put-outs: 1
Assists: 0
Errors: 0
Double Plays: 1

Total Chances per Game: 0.0
Fielding avg: 1.000

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