Tim Stauffer went 0-0 with a 4.58 ERA across six games, including five starts, with the Portland Beavers. In 17.2 innings, he allowed 24 hits, walked 7 and struck out 8. He held the opposition to a .308 average. He tossed 2 wild pitches and held the opposition to a .476 average in 21 at-bats with runners in scoring position. The opposition was successful in 1-of-3 stolen base attempts.
Tim Stauffer went 1-0 with one save and a 1.89 ERA across 12 games with the San Antonio Missions. In 19 innings, he allowed 13 hits, walked four and struck out 12. He held the opposition to a .183 average. He allowed one homers and induced two double play grounders. He stranded 5-of-7 inherited runners. The opposition hit .182 off him in 22 at-bats with runners in scoring position.
Tim Stauffer went 2-1 with a 2.35 ERA across four starts with the Portland Beavers. In 23 innings, he allowed 16 hits, walked four and struck out 16. He held the opposition to a .198 average. He allowed one homer, tossed one wild pitch, and induced one double play grounder. The opposition hit .222 off him in nine at-bats with runners in scoring position.
Stauffer went 8-5 with a 4.34 ERA over 25 games, including 20 starts, with the Portland Beavers. In 130.2 innings he allowed 147 hits, walked 36 and struck out 96. He allowed 12 homers and induced six double play grounders.
Tim Stauffer went 7-12 with a 5.53 ERA over 28 games, including 26 starts, for the Portland Beavers. In 153 innings he allowed 199 hits, walked 52 and struck out 89. The opposition hit .320 off him with 20 homers.
Stauffer pitched in one game with the San Diego Padres, allowing two runs on three hits and a walk to pick up the win over six innings of work.
Stauffer went 3-5 with a 5.12 ERA in 13 games for the Portland Beavers, all as a starter. In 75.1 innings he allowed 90 hits, walked 17 and struck out 64.
After starting the 2005 season at Triple-A Portland Stauffer's contract was purchased by the Padres on May 9th. In his debut, Stauffer went six innings and allowed two runs to get his first Major League win.
He had six outings in Lake Elsinore. His ERA at the time of his promotion was 1.78. Stauffer was promoted to Mobile on May 12, 2004. He pitched in several games there and was quickly shipped to Portland where he made his home for the rest of the year.
He was selected by the Padres with the fourth overall pick in June's 2003 First-Year Player Draft.