Triston McKenzie

#26 SP / Cleveland Indians / EXP: 0YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 165 lb Age: 23 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Indians' Triston McKenzie: Debuts from bullpen

      Triston McKenzie fired two scoreless innings, giving up a hit while striking out three during the Cleveland Indians' 3-2 win versus the White Sox on Wednesday night.McKenzie projects to be utilized as a weapon out of the bullpen for Cleveland throughout the playoffs. The 23-year-old displayed a healthy -- and reassuring -- rebound in velocity Wednesday, averaging 93.9 mph while touching 95 mph. Through 29.1 innings in 2020, McKenzie sports a 3.45 ERA and a 0.96 WHIP.

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      Indians' Triston McKenzie: Available out of bullpen

      Triston McKenzie will be available out of the bullpen for Tuesday's game against the White Sox, Mandy Bell of reports.McKenzie had a relatively short start Saturday against the Tigers, and he'll be available to pitch in relief for the second game of the series against the White Sox. The team could use a potential relief outing to see how he could fare in that role during the postseason. It's not clear if he will still take his scheduled turn through the rotation Friday.

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      Indians' Triston McKenzie: Good in short outing

      Triston McKenzie pitched four innings Saturday, allowing one run on six hits and three walks in a 5-2 loss to the Tigers. He also struck out three.McKenzie threw 79 pitches (48 for strikes) and had a 2-1 lead prior to getting pulled. Concern is rising in the baseball community about the health of the young stud, as he averaged a season-low fastball velocity of 90.6 on Saturday. Additionally, that figure has been declining in each of his six starts. It is a situation worth monitoring.

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      Indians' Triston McKenzie: Allows three homers in loss

      Triston McKenzie (2-1) allowed five runs on three hits and a walk over 4.1 innings Sunday, striking out seven batters and taking the loss against Minnesota.McKenzie was cursed by the long ball Sunday, with all five runs coming via home runs. He allowed a pair of two-run homers to Marwin Gonzalez and Ryan Jeffers in the third and fifth innings, and a solo shot by Nelson Cruz in the fourth. The 23-year-old rookie now owns a 3.91 ERA and 33:6 K:BB across 25.1 frames. McKenzie will look to get back on track in Detroit on Saturday.

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      Indians' Triston McKenzie: Solid in no-decision

      Triston McKenzie gave up three runs on three hits and one walk over five innings during Tuesday's loss to the Royals. He had seven strikeouts and didn't factor in the decision.The young righty had 13 swinging strikes and largely held Kansas City in check, but a three-run homer from Whit Merrifield during the third frame was enough to tarnish his line. McKenzie has a 2.57 ERA, 0.76 WHIP and 26:5 K:BB through 21 innings and lines up to pitch Sunday at Minnesota.

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      Indians' Triston McKenzie: Shines in second win

      Triston McKenzie (2-0) pitched six scoreless innings, allowing just three hits while striking out six in a win over the Royals on Wednesday.McKenzie only allowed one extra-base hit, an Alex Gordon double, but he otherwise gave the Royals nothing. The 23-year-old McKenzie is making himself known with a 1.69 ERA, 0.75 WHIP and 19 strikeouts across 16 innings. With Mike Clevinger shipped to San Diego, McKenzie will likely finish the season in the rotation. His next start is expected to be Tuesday in a rematch with the Royals.

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      Indians' Triston McKenzie: Takes no-decision Friday

      Triston McKenzie allowed two runs on three hits and three walks while striking out three in four innings Friday versus the Cardinals. He did not factor in the decision.McKenzie was not particularly efficient, requiring 84 pitches (50 strikes) to get through the outing. A strong performance from the Cleveland offense assured he wouldn't take the loss. The rookie right-hander now has a 2.70 ERA, 0.90 WHIP and 13 strikeouts through 10 innings. If he gets another turn in the rotation, it would likely be Wednesday versus the Royals.

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      Indians' Triston McKenzie: Earns another start

      Cleveland Indians president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti confirmed Sunday that Triston McKenzie will remain on the 28-man roster and receive another start this week, Mandy Bell of reports.The 23-year-old righty was electric in his big-league debut Saturday versus the Tigers, working six innings and giving up one run on two hits and a walk while striking out 10. He'll be rewarded with at least one more turn through the rotation for his efforts, with McKenzie tentatively lining up for a start in Friday's series opener in St. Louis. Both Mike Clevinger and Zach Plesac will be eligible to rejoin the roster this week after spending the minimum 10 days at the alternate training site, but if either is added to the rotation, it looks like it will be at the expense of Adam Plutko rather than McKenzie. Plutko's next turn comes up Wednesday against the Twins, but the Indians have yet to commit to him getting the starting nod that day.

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      Indians' Triston McKenzie: Sharp in big-league debut

      Triston McKenzie (1-0) allowed one earned run on two hits and one walk while striking out 10 across six innings to earn the win Saturday against the Tigers.McKenzie was sharp in his big-league debut, limiting the Tigers to a solo home run by Willi Castro in the fourth inning. Otherwise, he racked up 16 called strikes and 17 swinging strikes across 80 total pitches, showcasing plenty of deception. While a strong prospect in Cleveland's minor-league system, it's unclear what McKenzie's role in 2020 will be given that he was called up to fill the rotation spot of Zach Plesac.

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      Indians' Triston McKenzie: Called up ahead of start

      Triston McKenzie was called up from the Cleveland Indians' alternate training site ahead of his scheduled start Saturday.McKenzie will make his major-league debut Saturday as he fills in for Zach Plesac, who is at the alternate training site after he broke COVID-19 protocols. The right-hander pitched for Double-A Akron last season and posted a 2.68 ERA and 1.01 WHIP over 90.2 innings. Outfielder Bradley Zimmer was optioned to alternate camp in a corresponding move.