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Not to be confused with Brendan McCarthy. Brandon McCarthy Oakland Athletics — No. 32 Starting pitcher Born: July 7, 1983 (1983-07-07) (age 28) Glendale, California Bats: Right Throws: Right  MLB debut May 22, 2005 for the Chicago White Sox Career statistics (through July 21, 2011) Win-Loss     22-29 Earned run average     4.41 Strikeouts     308 Teams Chicago White Sox (2005–2006) Texas Rangers (2007–2010) Oakland Athletics (2011–present) Brandon Patrick McCarthy (born July 7, 1983, in Glendale, California) is a Major League Baseball right-handed starting pitcher for the Oakland Athletics. Contents 1 Early life 2 Minor leagues 3 Major leagues 4 References 5 External links Early life He graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 2001. McCarthy was playing baseball for Lamar Community College in Colorado when he was drafted in the 17th round of the 2002 Major League Baseball Draft by the Chicago White Sox. Minor leagues In the minor leagues in 2003, McCarthy posted impressive stats and showed excellent control, pitching 101 innings, striking out 125 batters, and walking only 15 batters. In 2004, he led all minor league pitchers in strikeouts, with 202.[1] Major leagues McCarthy made his major league debut on May 22, 2005, as a spot starter for the Chicago White Sox in a game against the Chicago Cubs. McCarthy would make several additional spot starts that year before earning a permanent spot on the team as a reliever in 2006. On December 23, 2006, McCarthy was traded along with David Paisano to the Texas Rangers for John Danks, Nick Masset and Jake Rasner.[2] McCarthy endured an injury-plagued season in his first year for the Rangers (and his first full year as a starter) in 2007, most notably dealing with a stress fracture in his right shoulderblade that kept him sidelined for nearly 2 months. His luck did not improve in 2008, as he developed inflammation in his right elbow during spring training and consequently missed most of the 2008 season. References ^ [1] ^ [2] External links Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or The Baseball Cube, or Baseball-Reference (Minors) McCarthy in the minors v · d · eOakland Athletics current roster Active roster 2 Cliff Pennington | 4 Coco Crisp | 8 Kurt Suzuki | 11 Landon Powell | 12 David DeJesus | 15 Ryan Sweeney | 16 Josh Willingham | 18 Rich Harden | 19 Jemile Weeks | 28 Conor Jackson | 29 Scott Sizemore | 31 Brad Ziegler | 32 Brandon McCarthy | 36 Eric Sogard | 40 Andrew Bailey | 47 Gio Gonzalez | 48 Michael Wuertz | 50 Grant Balfour | 52 Guillermo Moscoso | 53 Trevor Cahill | 55 Hideki Matsui | 56 Craig Breslow | 57 Brian Fuentes | 60 Fautino De Los Santos | 64 Trystan Magnuson Inactive roster 6 Adrian Cardenas | 7 Adam Rosales | 10 Daric Barton | 13 Jerry Blevins | 20 Josh Donaldson | 20 Sean Doolittle | 22 Chris Carter | 23 Michael Taylor | 33 Joey Devine | 65 Pedro Figueroa | 65 Graham Godfrey | 66 Tyson Ross | 88 Josh Outman | -- Bruce Billings Disabled list 49 Brett Anderson | 51 Dallas Braden Coaching Staff Manager 6 Bob Melvin | Bench Coach 38 Joel Skinner | 1st Base Coach 46 Tye Waller | 3rd Base Coach 3 Mike Gallego | Hitting Coach 39 Gerald Perry | Pitching Coach 37 Ron Romanick | Bullpen Coach 41 Rick Rodriguez Persondata Name Maccarthy, Brandon Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 7, 1983 Place of birth Glendale, California Date of death Place of death