#6 Bregy, Harry

Bregy, Harry
Bats: R
Throws: L
Height: 170 cm
Weight: 67 kg

Born: 23.08.1979 in Zurich, CH
Age: 44


Bregy played his 300th game in the NLA.


Bregy grounded out in his 1'100th plate appearance in the NLA in the third inning against the Therwil Flyers.


Bregy's single in the 7th inning against the Wil Devils was his 300th total base in the NLA.


Bregy has 46 career hits against the Barracudas, the most against any NLA-team.


Bregy set a new career high with seven sacrifices in 2014.


Bregy popped out to shortstop Josh Crouse in the eighth inning against the Zürich Barracudas in his 800th at-bat in the NLA.


Bregy scored his 250th run in the NLA by crossing the plate in the ninth inning against the Lucerne Eagles on Siegrist’s RBI-double.


Bregy has 41 career hits against the Barracudas, the most against any team. His double in the seventh inning came in his 1'000th plate appearance in the NLA.


Bregy was credited with the Best Fielder award at the Challengers General Assembly for the fourth time in his career, as he committed only one error in 176 total chances.


Bregy became the third Challenger this season to pick up a save, making it the third season in a row that the Challengers had three pitchers with at least one save in the same season.


Bregy is only the third pitcher in Challengers history to be credited with a win having retired only two batters or less.


Bregy struck out a career-high 20 times in 55 at-bats.


Bregy struck out for the 15th time this season, setting a new career high for a single season.


Bregy's single in the eighth inning against the Lucerne Eagles was his 200th hit in the NLA.


Bregy got his 250th total base in the NLA with a single in the eighth inning against the Zürich Lions.


Bregy and Thomas Burger completed the Challengers' first ever combined no-hitter in a 12-0 win over the helpless Wil Devils. Bregy, coming back from retirement and appearing in his first pitching stint, went five innings for the win, while Burger pitched the final two innings in perfect fashion.


Bregy tied Werner Zingg for 11th on the alltime list with his 82nd stolen base.


Bregy tied Vladi Pusec for fourth place on the alltime win list with 26. Only Landis (98), Benny Räber (46) and Roger Brunner (30) have more wins than Bregy.


Bregy was walked in the third inning by the Lausanne Indians for his 150th base-on-balls in the NLA.


Bregy pitched two innings in relief against the Reussbuhl Eagles for his 25th career win in the NLA.


Bregy walked away with his second Best Pitcher award after receiving the trophy already in 2005, going 6-4 with a 3.12 ERA (4th best in Challengers history) and 75 strikeouts in 78 innings pitched.


Bregy reached on Paulino's error in the seventh inning in his 600th at-bat in the NLA.


Bregy struck out a career-high 13 batters against the Reussbuhl Eagles. It was his record sixth win of the season, going the distance for the fourth time, also a new career-high. He also set a new personal record by walking seven batters.


Bregy received three walks from the Reussbuhl Eagles, giving him 30 on the season. The franchise record of 34 free passes in a season was set by Ivao Yamaguchi in 1989.


Bregy allowed only one single run in six innings against the Embrach Rainbows, while striking out a career-high 16 batters.


Bregy scored his 200th run in the NLA as he scored on Siegrist's RBI-single in the fifth inning against the Lausanne Indians.


Bregy's Game Score of 87 against the Sissach Frogs set a new career-high and is the best for a Challengers pitcher this year. He also tied pitching nemesis Vladi Pusec with 32 career starts in the NLA.


Bregy hit his first home run since July 3, 2004 against the Zurich Barracudas.


Bregy is 3-0 on the season, his best start into a season since 2001 when he won his first five decisions, and was 5-1 at the end of the campaign.


Bregy received four walks in a game for the third time in his career.


Bregy also passed the 200 IP mark as he has now a total of 202 innings pitched in the NLA.


Bregy was named both Best Fielder and Most Improved Player. He committed only one single error in 22 games at first base and in center field, and posted significantly better numbers at the plate than he did in 2005.


Bregy significantly improved his offensive stats from 2005 to 2006: He lifted his batting average from .145 to .333, he more than doubled his output in runs (15) and hits (17), had almost three times more total bases than last year (23), and also hit six doubles, his highest total since hitting 10 in 2003. He's also been hit eight times by a pitch, missing Benitez' single-season record of nine by just one.


Bregy was hit by a pitch twice for already the third time this season. He leads the team with eight hit-by-pitches.


Bregy popped in the second inning in his 100th career at-bat against the Therwil Flyers.


Bregy singled in the fourth inning against the Reussbühl Eagles for his 150th NLA-hit.


With his 104th walk drawn in the seventh inning of Game 2 against the Reussbuhl Eagles, Bregy surpassed Ivao Yamaguchi for 7th place on the alltime list.


Bregy picked up his third consecutive Season Opener win by pitching a complete-game five-hitter against the Sissach Frogs in Game 1.


Bregy was named Best Pitcher of the NLA for the 2005 season. He went 4-6 in a career-high 11 starts and 63 innings pitched with an ERA of 6.14. His 56 strikeouts also led the team and he also tossed two complete games. His record in Swiss Cup play is a perfect 4-0. He is the first winner of the award other than Thomas Landis or Benny Räber in the last 12 season.


Bregy collected his 100th walk in the NLA by getting four balls by Claudio Heim of the Sissach Frogs in the fourth inning.


Bregy broke his three-game losing streak by pitching 7 2-3 innings against the Sissach Frogs.


Bregy is 1-3 in his last four starts after starting the season with two wins.


Bregy pushed his career record to 4-0 in Swiss Cup play. He also leads all Challengers with an ERA of 1.88 in 24 innings of Swiss Cup play.


Bregy collected his 100th RBI in the NLA with a run-scoring fielder's choice against the Bern Cardinals.


Bregy has tied Enrico Zingg for 6th place on the alltime list for wins with 14 by picking up the victory in Game 1 against the Therwil Flyers. It was the first time ever in his career that he pitched eight innings.


Bregy was named the NLA's Most Improved Player in 2004. His two saves in the Playoffs - his first two of his career - were one of the success stories of the season.


Bregy grounded out in the second inning against the Therwil Flyers in his 400th at-bat in the NLA.


Bregy's two saves in two days were his first in his NLA-career.


Bregy tied his career highs for at-bats and hits as he went 4-for-6 with four singles against the Barracudas.


While Bregy is struggling during the regular season (.278 batting average), he seems to blossom in the Cup. He's 6-for-8 with six runs scored, and has also picked up both wins in the two Cup games against the Reussbühl Eagles on June 6 and the Embrach Rainbows.


Bregy dropped his lifetime record against the Bern Cardinals to 1-4, the worst against any team in the NLA. His ERA is a whopping 13.24 in 17 IP against them.


Bregy's complete game against the Reussbühl Eagles was his first since July 21, 2001 when he allowed just one run against the Wil Devils.


Bregy was named Best Fielder in the NLA in 2003.


Bregy tied his career high by scoring 44 runs in 2003.


Bregy grounded out in his 300th NLA at-bat in the fourth inning against the Bern Cardinals.


Bregy's double in the fifth inning against the Therwil Flyers was his 100th hit in the NLA.


Bregy tied his career-high by scoring four runs against the Reussbühl Eagles.


Bregy scored his 100th run in the NLA as he crossed the plate in the sixth inning against the Therwil Flyers.


Bregy hit his first triple and first homer this season. He is the first Challenger since Gary Kochlefl in 1997 to hit two triples in a season.


Bregy hit his first career triple, but was thrown out at the plate trying to stretch it into an inside-the-park homer.


Bregy was named MVP and Best Fielder in the NLA in 2001.


Bregy went hitless against the Bern Cardinals for the first time since July 14, ending his 12-game hitting streak.


Bregy doubled in his 150th NLA at-bat in the third inning against the Embrach Rainbows.


Bregy popped out to left in the first inning against the Wil Devils in his 100th NLA at-bat before lining three consecutive doubles in his next three appearances.

NLA Roster:

  • Bischof, Louis
  • Burger, Thomas
  • Byrne, Ryan
  • Dullnig, Dawson
  • Haltmeier, Stefan
  • Maier, Patrick
  • Mordan, Vladimir
  • Nepomuceno, Carlos
  • Reinhard, Regis
  • Rodriguez Bautista, Samuel Richard
  • Sanders, James
  • Sedin, Robert
  • Siegrist, Tobias
  • Siemers, Jack
  • Sosa, Leonel
  • Steffen, Simon
  • Zeller, Saentis
  • Zuber, Carsten