Jarvis pitched for eight years in the big leagues, spending seven of them with the Atlanta Braves and one with the Montreal Expos. Jarvis came up with the Braves in 1966 and went 15-10 for them the following year. This started a strong run for Jarvis as he won 13 or more games over a four-year span. His best year was arguably 1968 when he posted a 16-12 record and a 2.60 ERA for Atlanta. He won 16 games again in 1970 but was just 6-14 the following year. After posting 11 wins in 1972, Jarvis went to Montreal where he pitched strictly out of the bullpen in what would be his final year in the majors.
Jarvis compiled a career mark of 85-73 with a 3.58 ERA. He started Game 3 of the 1969 NLCS against the New York Mets, taking the loss in the contest.
Pat Jarvis career stats