Kent Bottenfield

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Kent Bottenfield
Pitcher
Born: (1968-11-14) November 14, 1968 (age 45)
Portland, Oregon
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
July 6, 1992 for the Montreal Expos
Last MLB appearance
June 9, 2001 for the Houston Astros
Career statistics
Win–loss record 46–49
Earned run average 4.54
Strikeouts 566
Teams
Career highlights and awards

Kent Dennis Bottenfield (born November 14, 1968) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher from 1992 to 2001 for the Montreal Expos, Colorado Rockies, San Francisco Giants, Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, Anaheim Angels, Philadelphia Phillies and Houston Astros. Bottenfield's best season came in 1999 with the Cardinals, when he posted an 18–7 won-loss record along with a 3.97 ERA. Bottenfield played in the All-Star game that year. He was subsequently traded along with Adam Kennedy to the Angels for Jim Edmonds following this season, but was unable to duplicate this success.

Post Baseball Career[edit]

After overcoming a near-fatal heart condition, Kent turned his attention to music. He has released two independent Christian albums "Take Me Back" (2004) and the newest release "Back In The Game" (2007). He currently resides in Florida with his family, and he is the head coach of the Palm Beach Atlantic University baseball team. After being named associate head coach in August, 2011, he was named to replace head coach Gary Carter after Carter died of cancer in February, 2012.

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