Doug Henry (baseball)

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Doug Henry
Pitcher/ Coach
Born: (1963-12-10) December 10, 1963 (age 54)
Sacramento, California
Batted: Right Threw: Right
MLB debut
July 15, 1991, for the Milwaukee Brewers
Last MLB appearance
October 3, 2001, for the Kansas City Royals
MLB statistics
Win–loss record 34–42
Earned run average 4.19
Strikeouts 541
Saves 82
Doug Henry
Medal record
Representing the  United States
Amateur World Series
Bronze medal – third place 1984 Cuba Team

Richard Douglas Henry (born December 10, 1963 in Sacramento, California) is a former relief pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers (1991–94), New York Mets (1995–96), San Francisco Giants (1997 and 2000), Houston Astros (1998–2000) and Kansas City Royals (2001). Henry rejoined the Royals organization as the pitching coach for the Burlington Bees in the Midwest League after spending three years as a pitching coach in the Atlanta Braves organization. During the 2007 season, Henry was the pitching coach for the Single-A Rome Braves in the South Atlantic League.

He helped the Giants win the 1997 and 2000 National League Western Division and the Astros win the 1998 and 1999 NL Central Division.

Henry finished tied for 8th in voting for 1991 American League Rookie of the Year for having a 2-1 win-loss record, 32 games, 25 games finished, 15 saves, 36 innings pitched, 16 hits allowed, 4 runs allowed, 4 earned runs allowed, 1 home run allowed, 14 walks, 28 strikeouts, 137 batters faced, 1 intentional walk and a 1.00 earned run average.

In 11 seasons he had a 34-42 win-loss record, 582 games, 290 games finished, 82 saves, 665 ⅔ innings pitched, 611 hits allowed, 346 runs allowed, 310 earned runs allowed, 83 home runs allowed, 341 walks, 541 strikeouts, 17 hit batsmen, 41 wild pitches, 2,911 batters faced, 42 intentional Walks, 2 balks and a 4.19 ERA.

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