Robert Scott "Bobby" Jenks (born March 14, 1981) is an American former professional baseball pitcher in Major League Baseball (MLB). According to the Baseball Almanac, his fastest pitch was clocked at 102 mph on August 27, 2005, at Safeco Field. He also has a slider, changeup, and a hard, sharp-breaking curveball.
Career: 16-20, 173 SV (71st), 3.53 ERA, 351 SO, P, 2xAllStar, WhiteSox/RedSox 2005-2011, t:R, born in CA 1981.
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Jul 4, 2015 ... Reliever who closed out the 2005 World Series sweep for the White Sox says pain and injuries have ended his hopes for comeback at 34.
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Mar 30, 2013 ... When the Red Sox and Bobby Jenks cut ties last season, the troubled reliever was in the middle of a 45-day stay at a luxury rehab clinic in Malibu, Calif. Florida court documents show Jenks was admitted to Cliffside Malibu, which treats drug and alcohol addiction, on June 7, 2012 — about 10 weeks after ...
Jan 27, 2014 ... Bobby Jenks said recently that he hopes to someday pitch in the majors again. If the former Chicago White Sox closer accomplishes his goal, it'll mark a comeback of epic proportions. Jenks, who last pitched in the majors with the Boston Red Sox in 2011, told CSNChicago.