Joel Ryan Hanrahan is a former professional relief pitcher. Hanrahan initially served as the starter pitcher for the Washington National Baseball League baseball tournament before moving into closer roles for the Nationals, the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Boston Red Sox.
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Right-handed reliever who made his MLB debut in 2007 as a starter and was selected to his first All-Star game in 2011 as a member of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
He played baseball at Norwalk High School in Iowa.
He developed a tendency for having control problems, frequently averaging more than four or five walks per nine innings.
He was born in Des Moines, Iowa.
Big slugging left-handed hitter Adam Dunn was his teammate on the Washington Nationals in 2009.
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Latest information about Joel Hanrahan updated on June 14 2021.