|Born: February 22, 1983|
West Covina, California
|May 24, 2009, for the Cincinnati Reds|
|MLB statistics |
(through 2011 Season)
|Earned run average||4.74|
Carlos pitched seven games for the Sarasota Reds in 2007, going 4-1 with a 2.20 ERA. He was Florida State League Pitcher of the Week on 4/16. The Reds promoted him to Chattanooga, their double-A team, and he 5-9 with a 4.29 ERA. Fisher was Southern League Pitcher of the Week on 7/23. He was named to the mid-season All-Star teams for the FSL, Southern League, and Texas League in 2007.
Fisher was converted to a reliever in 2008. He started the year with Chattanooga. He went 1-5 with a 3.73 ERA in 36 games, along with 8 saves. He was then promoted to the triple-A Louisville Bats. In 14 games, he was 5-0 with a 1.04 ERA. Fisher participated in the 2008 Arizona Fall League as a member of the Peoria Javelinas. He pitched in 10 games (10.0 innings), struck out 10 batters and notched three saves, but was 0-1 with a 10.80 ERA. He was added to the Reds' 40-man roster on November 20.
He started the 2009 season with Louisville. In 18 innings, he was 2-0 with a 2.00 ERA. The Reds recalled him on May 22.
On May 24, 2009, Carlos Fisher made his Major League debut in the eleventh inning of a 3-3 game against the Cleveland Indians. In his first Major League appearance, Fisher pitched one scoreless inning and earned the win after Alex Gonzalez hit a walk-off RBI double in the bottom of the inning. The win made him the first Reds pitcher to earn a win his debut since Héctor Carrasco did on April 4, 1994. He got his first big league strikeout against the first batter he faced (Kelly Shoppach). Fisher spent the rest of the season with the Reds until being optioned to Sarasota between games of a doubleheader on August 31. He pitched two scoreless innings in two games for the single-A Reds before being recalled again as a September call-up. He finished the season with the Reds, and his 2009 MLB totals were 1-1, 4.47 ERA, 52.1 innings pitched, 48 K and 31 BB.
Fisher split the 2010 season with the Reds and the Bats. He started the season with Louisville, but was called up to replace Logan Ondrusek. He was sent down and called up a few more times, including being called up in favor of Aroldis Chapman when Russ Springer went on the DL. He went 1-1 with a 2.23 ERA for Louisville in 30 games. In 18 games for the Reds he went 1-1 with a 5.64 ERA. Fisher was left off the Reds post-season roster.
Fisher spen 2011 split between the Reds and the Bats yet again. Fisher went 4 and 1 in AAA with an ERA of 3.35 in 40.1 innings of work. With the Reds he went 0 and 3 with an ERA of 4.50 in 24 innings of work. One of his losses in the majors in 2011 was a 19 inning game that he gave up the walk-off hit. The winner in this game was the Phillies starting 2nd baseman that day Wilson Valdez. This was the first time a player started the game in the field and won the game on the mound since Babe Ruth
Fisher was removed from the Reds 40 man roster prior to 2012 season to make space for Ryan Madson.
Oakland Athletics/Tampa Bay RaysEdit
He had his contract purchased by the Atlanta Braves on June 21, 2014. The Braves assigned Fisher to the Triple A Gwinnett Braves, where he spent the remainder of the 2014 season. Fisher started the 2015 season with Gwinnett as well. He elected free agency on November 6, 2015.
On February 2, 2016, Fisher signed a minor league contract with the Texas Rangers.
San Diego PadresEdit
Mexican League (2017–2018)Edit
On June 6, 2017, Fisher was loaned to the Toros de Tijuana of the Mexican Baseball League. On March 18, 2018, Fisher was traded to the Rieleros de Aguascalientes. On July 3, 2018, he was traded to the Acereros de Monclova. He became a free agent after the season.
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