Freddy Peralta

#51 RP / Milwaukee Brewers / EXP: 3YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 194 lb Age: 24 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Brewers' Freddy Peralta: Earns win in Game 2

      Freddy Peralta (3-1) pitched two perfect innings and struck out three to earn the win in Game 2 of Wednesday's doubleheader versus the Cardinals.Peralta followed opener Brent Suter in the contest. The 24-year-old Peralta was particularly impressive in the fifth inning, striking out the side on 14 pitches. He's posted a 3.51 ERA, 1.12 WHIP and 43:11 K:BB across 25.2 innings this season. Peralta also has two holds in 13 appearances.

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      Brewers' Freddy Peralta: Picks up second win

      Freddy Peralta (2-1) picked up the win in Game 1 of Monday's doubleheader against the Cardinals, allowing one unearned run on one hit while pitching the eighth inning.Tyler O'Neill started the inning on second base and later came around to score on Tommy Edman's two-out single. Peralta was not charged with an earned run and the Milwaukee Brewers rallied for a pair of runs in the bottom half of the inning to give him his second win of the season. The right-hander holds a 3.80 ERA across 23.2 innings on the campaign.

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      Brewers' Freddy Peralta: Racking up punchouts

      Freddy Peralta threw 1.2 scoreless innings in Saturday's loss to Cleveland. He did not allow a hit, struck out four batters and walked three.Peralta had some command issues Saturday, but he was able to prevent the opponent from putting any runs on the scoreboard. Peralta has allowed multiple runs on four separate occasions this season, but since giving up a season-high four tallies in his first outing he has posted a 3.06 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 35:8 K:BB in 17.2 innings over nine relief appearances.

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      Brewers' Freddy Peralta: Rewarded with first win

      Freddy Peralta (1-1) picked up the win in Friday's 4-3 victory over the Cubs, allowing only one hit over two scoreless innings of relief while striking out five.Entering the game in the fifth inning with the bases loaded and one out, Peralta needed only eight pitches to strike out Javier Baez and Kyle Schwarber to end the Chicago rally. A three-run blast by Christian Yelich in the top of the sixth then made Peralta the winner. The right-hander has been incredible in long relief lately, reeling off nine shutout innings with an absurd 19:2 K:BB over his last three appearances, but whether that run of dominance will encourage the Milwaukee Brewers to give him another look in the rotation remains to be seen.

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      Brewers' Freddy Peralta: Stellar in relief

      Freddy Peralta struck out eight batters over four scoreless innings of relief in Monday's loss to the Twins. He allowed just one hit and walked just one batter in the outing.The Milwaukee Brewers moved Peralta from the rotation into a long-relief role last week, and he has been dominant since the switch, tossing seven scoreless frames over two outings while allowing just five hitters to reach base and punching out 14 of them.

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      Brewers' Freddy Peralta: Likely shifting to bullpen

      Freddy Peralta seems set to move to the bullpen with Eric Lauer starting Friday's game against the Reds, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports.Peralta started July 26 against the Cubs and was pulled after allowing four runs over three innings, and he already appeared to be the top candidate to exit the rotation with Brett Anderson returning from the injured list earlier this week. The Milwaukee Brewers didn't play any games last weekend due to the Cardinals' COVID-19 outbreak, so the team positioning Lauer in the rotation Friday is a solid indication of where Peralta currently stands in the pecking order.

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      Brewers' Freddy Peralta: Yanked early in loss

      Freddy Peralta (0-1) allowed four runs across three innings Sunday, striking out three batters and taking the loss against the Cubs. He allowed three hits and two walks.Peralta had allowed just one run through three innings but issued two walks and yielded a double to start the fourth frame before he was sent to the showers. Prior to Sunday's start, the 24-year-old right-hander wasn't guaranteed a regular spot in the rotation, and his poor outing definitely didn't help his case. If he gets another turn, Peralta could face the Cardinals at home next weekend, though the right-hander will likely be the top candidate to exit the rotation in the event Brett Anderson (finger) is cleared to return from the 10-day injured list.

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      Brewers' Freddy Peralta: Confirmed as Sunday's starter

      Manager Craig Counsell said that Freddy Peralta will start the Milwaukee Brewers' third game of the season Sunday against the Cubs, Adam McCalvy of reports.Just a few days earlier, Peralta looked on track to make his 2020 debut next week in Pittsburgh, but Brett Anderson's (finger) move to the injured list resulted in the former being moved up in the pitching schedule. According to Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Counsell told the media to not "get stuck" on traditional starting roles, so Peralta won't necessarily be guaranteed turns through the rotation every fifth day, nor can he be counted on to push toward 100 pitches in each start. Over his 22 career MLB starts, the 24-year-old has posted a 5.27 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 11.3 K/9.

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      Brewers' Freddy Peralta: Lines up for Sunday's start

      Freddy Peralta lines up to start Sunday in Chicago, Adam McCalvy of reports.He pitched Tuesday while Josh Lindblom pitches Wednesday, so that confirms the order of the Milwaukee Brewers' rotation. Peralta has a 5.27 ERA, 4.23 FIP, 1.31 WHIP, 29 percent strikeout rate and a 10.6 percent walk rate in 109.1 innings as a starter. He has had some spectacular starts when he is commanding his fastball, but has also been susceptible to short outings. If he struggles early, Brett Anderson (blister) or Eric Lauer (COVID-19) could step into the rotation once they are physically ready.

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      Brewers' Freddy Peralta: Competing with Burnes, Lauer

      Freddy Peralta is one of three options to win the Milwaukee Brewers' fifth starter job, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports.He will be competing with Corbin Burnes and Eric Lauer. The Brewers could conceivably go with a six-man rotation where it's a tandem start on the sixth day, or they could just be very conservative with how deep they let the non Brandon Woodruff starters go. Peralta signed a five-year, $15.5 million contract extension in February, which should make it easier for him to accept any role the Brewers assign him for 2020.