The 2004 Boston Red Sox Pitchers: Where Are They Now?
This year is the five-year anniversary of the Sox reversing the curse of Babe Ruth and winning their first World Series ring since 1918. The Sox did the impossible during that unbelievable season by defeating the Yankees in the ALCS while being down 0-3 in the series.
The 2004 Sox may be the best story in MLB playoff history, and they will never be forgotten by Sox fans. I thought it would be interesting to show you what happened to all the members of this unbelievable team.
Here is the pitchers part of the "2004 Red Sox: Where Are They Now?" series. There will be a hitters article in the near future.
Adams was acquired by the Red Sox in the middle of the 2004 season and went 2-0 for the Sox with a 6.00 ERA.
He also pitched for the Cubs, Dodgers, Phillies, and Blue Jays.
Adams no longer plays pro baseball, as he retired with 51 wins, 62 losses, and a 4.17 ERA.
Arroyo was 10-9 during the remarkable 2004 season. He was traded to the Reds during the 2006 offseason for Willy Mo Pena. In that year, Arroyo was selected to his first and only All-Star game so far.
Arroyo was 15-13 for the Reds this season with a 3.84 ERA.
2004 was DiNardo's rookie year in the major leagues, in which he had a 4.23 ERA.
He has also played for the Athletics and currently the Royals.
DiNardo went 0-3 with a 10.12 ERA for Kansas City this year.
Embree went 2-2 with a 4.13 ERA in 2004.
Embree has also played for the Indians, Braves, Diamondbacks, Giants, White Sox, Padres, Yankees, Athletics, and currently, the Rockies.
This season, Embree went 2-2 with a 5.84 ERA.
2004 was Foulke's first year on the Sox. He is most well-known for pitching the last out of the World Series that year. In the regular season, he went 5-3 with a 2.17 ERA and 32.
Foulke has also played for the Giants, White Sox, and Athletics. He currently plays for the Newark Bears of the Atlantic Baseball League.
Kim was 2-1 with a 6.23 ERA in 2004.
He also played for the Diamondbacks, Rockies, and Marlins.
Kim no longer plays pro baseball, but went 54-60 in his MLB career.
Leskanic went 3-2 with a 3.58 ERA in 2004, which was his last year in MLB.
He also played for the Rockies, Brewers, and Royals, going 50-34 with a 4.36 ERA in his career.
Lowe went 14-12 with a 5.42 ERA in 2004.
He has also played for the Mariners, Dodgers, and currently, the Braves.
This season in Atlanta, Lowe went 15-10 with a 4.57 ERA.
Malaska went 1-1 with a 4.50 ERA for in 2004.
He also played for the Rays.
Malaska no longer plays pro baseball.
Martinez was one of the biggest stars of the 2004 Sox team, if not the biggest.
He went 16-9 in Boston that year.
He has also played for the Dodgers, Expos, and Mets.
Martinez is currently in the NLCS with the Phillies.
Mendoza went 2-1 with a 3.52 ERA in 2004.
He also played for the Yankees and the last time he played pro baseball was in 2005.
Mendoza's career stats include 59 wins, 40 losses, and a 4.30 ERA.
Myers went 1-0 with a 4.20 ERA in 2004.
He also played for the Marlins, Tigers, Brewers, Rockies, Diamondbacks, Mariners, Yankees, and White Sox. Myers' career stats include 25 wins, 24 losses, and a 4.29 ERA.
Myers is now a special assistant to Donald Fehr, the head of the MLB's Player Association.
Schilling went 21-6 with a 3.26 ERA in 2004.
He also played for the Orioles, Astros, Phillies, and Diamonbacks. Schilling's career stats include 216 wins, 146 losses and a 3.46 ERA.
Schilling has recently been named as a candidate for the seat on the U.S. Senate left vacant by Ted Kennedy.
Timlin went 5-4 with a 4.13 ERA in 2004.
He also played for the Blue Jays, Mariners, Orioles, Cardinals, and Phillies.
Timlin no longer plays pro baseball and retired 75-73 with a 3.63 ERA in his MLB career.
Wakefield went 12-10 with a 4.87 ERA in 2004, when he also made his first All-Star Game appearance.
He has also played for the Pirates.
Wakefield has 189 wins, 161 losses, and a 4.32 ERA in his MLB career so far.
Williamson went 0-1 with a 1.26 ERA in 2004.
He has also played for the Reds, Cubs, Padres, and Orioles. He was at spring training this year with the Tigers, but did not make the team.
Williamson has 28 wins, 28 losses and a 3.36 ERA.