Taylor Jungmann

#41 SP / Milwaukee Brewers / EXP: 1YRS Height: 6-6 Weight: 220 lb Age: 26 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Brewers SP Taylor Jungmann struggles in final start of season

      Brewers starting pitcher Taylor Jungmann (9-8) struggled in his final start of the season Thursday, lasting only three-plus innings while allowing three runs on four hits and four walks against the Padres. After putting up a sparkling 2.23 ERA through his first 13 starts after being called up, things took a distinct turn for the worse for Jungmann down the stretch, as he was bombarded to the tune of 24 earned runs in 22.2 innings over his final five outings, a stretch that can largely be attributed to a sudden tendency to serve up long balls. Jungmann gave up eight homers in those last five outings -- an odd development, considering that he'd allowed just four in his first 25 starts of the year, including his time in the minors. Still, the fine run Jungmann went on -- not to mention the lack of luster associated with his name despite his status as a former No. 12 overall pick -- will make him an intriguing sleeper option in next year's drafts.

    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Struggles continue for Brewers' Taylor Jungmann in loss Thursday

      Brewers starter Taylor Jungmann (9-7) gave up six runs on six hits and three walks in five innings against the Cardinals on Thursday. He struck out five. Over his last four starts, Jungmann has completely imploded -- he's given up a whopping seven homers among 25 hits in 19 2/3 innings, leading to 22 runs (21 earned). The walk rate has spiked; the strikeout rate has faded. Jungmann's shown a lot of promise in his rookie campaign, but his recent stretch serves as a painful reminder that he hasn't yet arrived as a legitimate fantasy asset in standard formats.

    • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

      Brewers SP Taylor Jungmann shines again in beating Pirates

      Rookie starter Taylor Jungmann continued to be a bright light in a dark season for the Brewers on Thursday against the playoff-bound Pirates. Jungmann gave up just one run on three hits in six innings to raise his record to 9-5 and shrink his ERA to 2.42. He walked two and whiffed three. The right-hander escaped a bases-loaded jam in the third, then locked in to retire the next eight batters he faced. A groundout tallied the lone run against him in the fifth. Jungmann has yielded just one run over his last 12 innings.

    • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

      Brewers SP Taylor Jungmann throws six scoreless innings

      Brewers starting pitcher Taylor Jungmann was impressive during his starts against the Reds on Friday. Jungmann threw six scoreless innings while allowing just three hits. He struggled slightly with his command, as he struck out five batters but allowed three walks. With the win, Jungmann improved to 8-5 on the year with a 2.48 ERA.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Brewers' Taylor Jungmann gets knocked around by Nationals

      Brewers rookie starter Taylor Jungmann did not fare well in his outing against the Nationals on Saturday. Jungmann was roughed up for five runs on seven hits over four innings, en route to the 6-1 loss. Jungmann (7-5, 2.66 ERA) allowed a two-run home run to Michael Taylor in the second inning, before the Nationals put up a three-spot in the fourth. Despite the rough outing, the young right-hander has been rather impressive in 2015. Saturday was the first time in his young career that he allowed more than four earned runs--and just the second time he allowed more than two.

    • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

      Taylor Jungmann wins seventh game of year for Brewers

      Brewers starter Taylor Jungmann win for the second time in three decisions, Sunday against Philadelphia. Jungmann improved to 7-4 on the year, pitching 6 1/3 scoreless innings, his longest scoreless outing of the year. He also struck out a season-high nine.

    • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

      Brewers' Taylor Jungmann loses for third time in four decisions

      Brewers starter Taylor Jungmann dropped to 6-4 on the year, Tuesday against the Cubs, with his third loss in four decisions. Jungmann had his shortest outing of the year, allowing four runs, two earned, over 2 2/3 innings. He allowed five hits, three walks and struck out a season-low three batters.

    • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

      Brewers SP Taylor Jungmann remains on roll in Wednesday win

      Brewers surprising rookie Taylor Jungmann continued his fine run on the mound Wednesday night against visiting San Diego. Jungmann yielded just two runs on six hits in seven innings with no walks and a career-high eight strikeouts. The lone runs were surrendered in his first and last innings pitched. He has not surrendered more than two runs in any of his last eight outings. He has given up only 11 runs in his last 53 2/3 innings pitched to shrink his ERA to 2.26 and raise his record to 6-3.

    • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

      Brewers SP Taylor Jungmann gives up seven hits, three runs

      Brewers starting pitcher Taylor Jungmann didn't have his best stuff during his start against the Cubs on Friday. Jungmann gave up three runs, two of them earned, on seven hits in 5 2/3 innings of work. He struck out seven batters, but also gave up two walks while earning his third loss of the season. Jungmann (5-3) has a 2.23 ERA with 53 strikeouts and 21 walks in 64 2/3 innings this year.

    • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

      Brewers SP Taylor Jungmann falls despite strong effort

      Good wasn't good enough for Brewers starter Taylor Jungmann on Saturday night. Jungmann yielded just two runs on four hits in six innings at Arizona, but was simply outdueled by Rubby De La Rosa. He walked four and fanned seven in continuing a strong rookie season. The right-hander started slowly before finding his groove. He allowed a run-scoring double to Paul Goldschmidt and RBI single to Jake Lamb in the first, then settled down. Walks drove his pitch count up, however, and he was forced to depart with 107 pitches in the books. Jungmann, who still boasts a fine 5-2 record, has not given up more than two runs in any of his last six outings to maintain an excellent 2.14 ERA.

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