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From BR Bullpen
Jeremy Allen Bonderman
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 210 lb.
- High School Pasco (WA) High School
- Debut April 2, 2003
- Final Game October 1, 2010
- Born October 28, 1982 in Kennewick, WA USA
 Biographical Information
Jeremy Bonderman was the first Detroit Tigers player in 35 years to make the jump from A-ball to the Majors when he made his Major League debut in 2003. He threw his first shutout on August 23, 2004 against the White Sox. He struck out 14 in that game. In 2005, he suffered through a bout of elbow soreness, but he came back strong in 2006, going 14-8, 4.08, with 202 strikeouts in 214 innings as the Tigers reached the World Series. He also won a game in the Division Series by giving up only 2 runs in 8.1 innings against the New York Yankees.
Bonderman developed a blood clot due to thoracic outlet compression syndrome in 2008. He underwent an operation that required the removal of a rib. When he returned to action in 2010 after pitching only 9 times in 2009, he was not the same pitcher he had been, going only 9-10, 5.53 in 30 games. He was let go after the season. Attempting a comeback with the Cleveland Indians in 2012, he discovered in spring training that he ahd a torn ligament in his pitching elbow and underwent Tommy John surgery. He attempted another comeback in 2013, this time with the Seattle Mariners.
"If he stays healthy, he's going to be one of the best ever." - Rondell White
 Notable Achievements
- AL Shutouts Leader (2004)
- 200 Innings Pitched Seasons: 1 (2006)
- 200 Strikeouts Seasons: 1 (2006)