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Jared Kyle Elario (Bubbles)

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 8", Weight 209 lb.

Jared Elario has pitched in several events for the South African national team. In the 2005 Baseball World Cup, he tossed two hitless innings but walked five, hit three batters and gave up five runs.

During the 2006 World Baseball Classic, Elario was 0-1 with a 10.12 ERA. He relieved Tyrone Lamont with a 6-4 deficit against Team Canada in the 7th inning. He allowed a Pete LaForest double then drew two wild pitches to make it 7-4. Aaron Guiel walked and Adam Stern singled but Pete Orr hit into a double play to end further damage. In the 8th, Jared retired Stubby Clapp and fanned Jason Bay on a full count. He walked Justin Morneau, Matt Stairs and Corey Koskie to load the bases before Max St. Pierre grounded out. In the 9th, he gave up a triple to Ryan Radmanovich and a RBI double to Stern. Orr grounded back to Elario, who made a run-scoring error and was removed from the contest. He also pitched the final inning of the 17-0 loss to Team USA. He retired Derrek Lee. Chase Utley singled but Elario then got Michael Barrett on a fly and Randy Winn to ground into a force to end it.

Elario played in the 2006 World Junior Championship.

Jared had a 0-1, 8.10 record in the 2007 Baseball World Cup, allowing 11 hits and 5 walks in 6 2/3 innings. He gave up 6 runs in 4 2/3 innings in a loss to the Mexican national team and 3 unearned runs in two innings of relief versus Panama.

Back with South Africa for the 2008 Final Olympic Qualification Tournament, he surrendered three runs on 6 hits and 4 walks in 5 innings in a no-decision against Germany. He got his second start against Australia but was roughed up. Paul Weichard doubled, Daniel Berg walked, Ben Risinger flew out, Glenn Williams singled in a run and Tom Brice singled in a run. Brice's hit was up the middle and injured Elario, knocking him from the game. Both runners later scored and he finished with a 11.81 ERA.

Elario was torched in the 2009 World Baseball Classic, giving up 4 runs in one inning; a 3-run homer by Adrián González was the big blow.

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