Jeriome Robertson - Timeline

Astros Trades & Transactions

Jun 1, 1995:24. Drafted Jeriome Robertson(P) in 1995 Summer Draft
Mar 31, 2004:Traded Jeriome Robertson(P) to Clv-A for Luke Scott(OF) and rights to Willy Taveras(OF)

This Date in Astros History

Mar 30, 1977:Jeriome Robertson is born in San Jose, CA. The lefty leads the Astros in wins during his rookie season, posting a 15-9 record in 2003, despite a 5.10 ERA. Also on this day, infielder Larry Milbourne is dealt to Seattle for pitcher Roy Thomas.
Apr 10, 2003:Craig Biggio sets a league record with his 31st leadoff homer, sparking the Astros to a 4-2 triumph over Cincinnati. He eclipses the mark of Bobby Bonds. Jeriome Robertson picks up his first major league win, allowing just two hits and fanning eight over seven innings.
Jul 22, 2003:Rookie lefty Jeriome Robertson wins his tenth in a 2-0 whitewash at Pittsburgh. He surrenders just three hits in 7-1/third innings. Morgan Ensberg supports the cause with his 19th homer.
Sep 16, 2003:Richard Hidalgo blasts three homers and drives in five to lead a 14-4 slugfest over the Rockies at Coors Field. Adam Everett, Morgan Ensberg and Jeff Kent join him in the home run derby. Jeriome Robertson wins his 15th, a Houston rookie record, to keep the Astros 1-1/2 games ahead of Chicago in the N.L. Central race.
Mar 31, 2004:Lefthander Jeriome Robertson is dealt to the Cleveland Indians for two minor league outfielders, Willy Taveras and Luke Scott. Taveras had been claimed by Houston in the Rule V draft but had been waived and returned to Cleveland before the trade. Robertson had a 15-9 rookie season in Houston but found himself out of the rotation after the Astros snared Andy Pettitte and Roger Clemens in free agency.