June 3, 1972 |
Oak Lawn, Illinois
|July 19, 1995, for the Colorado Rockies|
|Last MLB appearance|
|April 28, 2002, for the Kansas City Royals|
|Earned run average||5.62|
Selected in the second round of the 1993 amateur draft by the Rockies, he would wind up called up to the majors by them in 1995, pitching in 15 games. He would spend the next two seasons with the club compiling a 7-10 record with a 6.54 ERA.
Tampa Bay Devil Rays
In 1998, he wound up being drafted by the expansion team Tampa Bay Devil Rays. In 2000, he set a career high in wins (7), ERA (4.41), innings pitched (173.1) and starts (27).
2001 would not be his best season. He went 13 straight starts without recording a win. He finished that season with a 3-13 record and a 5.89 ERA in 25 starts. After that he was released from the team.
Kansas City Royals
In 2002, he signed a deal with the Kansas City Royals. Rekar only made 2 starts with the Royals, allowing 12 runs in those starts. After that, he was released from his contract and signed a minor league deal with his former club the Rockies, for which he latched on for the rest of that 2002 season.
Rekar pitched for the independent league for 2 years, compiling an 11-8 record.
- Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference
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