April 7, 1983 |
|June 2, 2009, for the Chicago White Sox|
|June 7, 2009, for the Chicago White Sox|
(through 2009 season)
|Earned run average||13.50|
Wesley Guy Whisler is a former Major League Baseball pitcher.
Whisler attended Noblesville High School in Noblesville, Indiana where he was named Indiana's Mr. Baseball his senior year (2001). He was drafted out of high schoolin the 41st round by the Chicago Cubs, but opted to play three seasons for the UCLA Bruins.
Whisler was drafted 53rd overall by the Chicago White Sox in the 2004 Major League Baseball draft and made his MLB debut on June 6, 2009 for Chicago. He appeared in three games for the White Sox with no decisions, giving up 2 earned runs in 1⅓ innings for an earned run average of 13.50. On June 18, 2010, Whisler was traded to the Florida Marlins for future considerations.
Whisler was granted free agent status at the conclusion of the 2010 baseball season and re-signed with the White Sox on March 8, 2011. He did not have any Major League appearances for the White Sox, instead playing for the Low A Kannapolis Intimidators, for the High A Winston-Salem Dash, Double A Birmingham Barons and finishing the season with the Charlotte Knights.
On April 24, 2012, Whisler was released after recording and 0-1 record, 6.35 ERA, two walks and two strikeouts in five and a third innings with the White Sox Triple-A team the Charlotte Knights.
- Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference
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