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Delvin James

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Win–loss record  0-3
Role  Baseball player
Name  Delvin James
Strikeouts  17
Earned run average  6.55

Delvin DeWayne James (born January 3, 1978) is a former starting pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. He was drafted by the Devil Rays in the 14th round of the amateur draft,after going 9-2 with a 1.89 era for the Nacogdoches Dragons . He signed with them on June 11, 1996. Delvin started his professional career in St.Pete Fl., with the gulf coast rookie ball team. He would remain in the rays minor league system until 2002. He made his major league debut April 2002 against the Detroit Tigers. He became a free agent on Oct.15,2003. He then signed with the Florida Marlins on December 15, of that year,but was released on March 24, 2004. He then signed with the Anaheim Angels and played 2 seasons in their system. After 10 pro. seasons of baseball,James retired and went on to pursue another dream. At the age of 28, he enrolled at Oklahoma State University to play college football.

Delvin James is the son of Patricia and Curtis W. James. He has one brother Curtis D. James and one sister Tiffany R. James. He has one daughter, Jaidan N. James, one son Michael E. James and one stepson Tanner A. Harris.


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