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date ip
Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Earned Run Average
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Aug 12, 2022 7.0 8 2 1.93 16
Aug 6, 2022 7.0 8 2 1.98 32.5
Aug 1, 2022 6.2 7 2 2.13 22.5
Jul 27, 2022 7.0 6 2 2.09 19
Jul 22, 2022 6.0 6 2 2.28 11

Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Saves
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Strikeouts
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 33120.7 102.7 8 2 126 17 1.93 0.93
2021 58119.4 179.3 15 4 236 36 2.46 0.86
2020 15913.3 67.3 5 4 92 23 3.74 1.38
3y Avg. 40917.8 139.7 10 5 190 31 2.84 1.02
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Roster
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Fans six in no-decision

    Scherzer yielded one run on nine hits over seven innings in Friday's loss to the Phillies. He struck out six and did not factor in the decision. It may not have been a prime Scherzer outing, but he turned in his 10th straight outing with two or fewer earned runs. He fired six scoreless innings Friday after giving up an RBI single to Alec Bohm in the first frame. Scherzer is sporting a terrific 1.93 ERA with a 126:17 K:BB through 16 starts. He's projected to start in Atlanta next week.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Dominant in win

    Scherzer (8-2) allowed four hits and struck out 11 across seven scoreless innings to earn the win in Game 2 of Saturday's doubleheader versus Atlanta. Scherzer let only one runner pass second base in this outing. He threw 80 of 108 pitches for strikes while racking up a filthy 23 whiffs. The ace right-hander has submitted seven straight quality starts since returning from an oblique injury in early July, and he's recorded 11 strikeouts in three of those outings. For the year, he owns a 1.98 ERA, 0.90 WHIP and 120:17 K:BB across 95.2 innings through 15 starts. Scherzer is projected for a home start versus the Phillies next week.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Records seventh win

    Scherzer (7-2) earned the win over Washington on Monday, allowing three runs (two earned) on six hits and two walks while striking out five batters over 6.2 innings. Facing the team with whom he won a World Series in 2019, Scherzer endured a rough fourth inning (during which he gave up both of his earned runs and four of his six hits) to notch his seventh victory of the campaign. The right-hander struck out only five batters -- his lowest mark since May 18 -- but nonetheless registered his sixth straight quality start. Scherzer has been all that the Mets could have hoped for when healthy this season, posting a 2.13 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 109:17 K: BB over 88.2 innings.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Dominant versus Yankees

    Scherzer allowed five hits, two walks and a hit batsman in seven shutout innings Wednesday in the Mets' win over the Yankees. He struck out six but did not factor into the decision. Scherzer pitched well enough to win, but David Peterson appeared out of the bullpen and allowed a game-tying two-run home run to Gleyber Torres in the eighth inning. This was Scherzer's third straight start without a win, his longest drought of the season. He now has a 2.09 ERA, 0.90 WHIP and 104:15 K:BB in 82 innings across 13 turns, with all but three having been quality starts. The ace right-hander lines up for a favorable road start versus the Nationals next week.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Back on mound vs. Yankees

    Scherzer is scheduled to start Wednesday's series finale with the Yankees at Citi Field, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. The Mets elected to adjust reorder their rotation following Monday's off day, so Scherzer will remain on four days' rest and take the hill Wednesday for what would have been David Peterson's day to pitch. Though Scherzer will miss out on a more favorable matchup this weekend in Miami, fantasy managers were already likely keeping the three-time Cy Young Award winner active regardless of his opponent. He enters Wednesday's contest with a 2.28 ERA, 0.89 WHIP and 98:13 K:BB across 75 innings on the season.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Tough loss in quality start

    Scherzer (6-2) took the loss Friday, giving up two runs on five hits and a walk over six innings as the Mets fell 4-1 to the Padres. He struck out eight. The veteran right-hander made only one real mistake in his pitchers' duel with Yu Darvish, but Eric Hosmer took it the other way for a two-run home run and the Mets' offense couldn't come up with a response. Scherzer has now reeled off four straight quality starts since coming off the IL at the beginning of the month, posting a 1.78 ERA, 0.79 WHIP and eye-popping 39:2 K:BB through 25.1 innings over that stretch.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Fans 11 in nightcap

    Scherzer allowed two runs on eight hits and a walk with 11 strikeouts in 6.1 innings in a no-decision versus the Cubs in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader. This was Scherzer's worst of three starts since returning from an oblique strain. The eight hits were a little concerning, but he was able to mitigate the damage well. He's racked up 31 strikeouts in 19.1 innings since his return, and he's allowed two or fewer runs in eight of his 11 starts this year. The star right-hander closes the first half of the campaign with a 2.22 ERA, 0.88 WHIP and 90:12 K:BB in 69 innings.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Fans nine in Monday's win

    Scherzer (6-1) picked up the win Monday, allowing one run on three hits over seven innings in a 4-1 victory over Atlanta. He struck out nine without walking a batter. It was a vintage Scherzer performance, as the right-hander piled up 21 swinging strikes among his 93 pitches while taking a shutout into the seventh inning before Austin Riley broke it up with a solo shot. Scherzer has been on fire since coming off the injured list, posting a 20:0 K:BB over two starts, and on the season he boasts a 2.15 ERA, 0.83 WHIP and 79:11 K:BB in 62.2 innings.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Dominant in return from IL

    Scherzer didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 1-0 loss to the Reds, scattering two hits over six scoreless innings. He struck out 11 without walking a batter. Making his first start since May 18 due to an oblique strain, Scherzer took out his pent-up frustrations on Cincinnati hitters, setting a new season high in Ks while firing 57 of 79 pitches for strikes, including 15 swinging strikes. Unfortunately for the right-hander, the Mets' offense didn't show up to support him. His return comes just in time for a tattered New York rotation that's missing five other potential members at the moment, including Jacob deGrom (shoulder), Tylor Megill (shoulder) and Chris Bassitt (COVID-19), and Scherzer will take a 2.26 ERA, 0.88 WHIP and 70:11 K:BB through 55.2 innings into his next outing.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Activated for Tuesday's start

    The Mets reinstated Scherzer (oblique) from the 15-day injured list in advance of his scheduled start Tuesday against the Reds, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Reliever Chasen Shreve was designated for assignment to clear space on the 26-man active roster for Scherzer, who was sidelined for just over six weeks with a strained left oblique muscle. The right-hander completed two minor-league rehab starts prior to being activated and is targeting around six innings or 90 pitches in his return to the big-league rotation Tuesday. If all goes well, Scherzer will line up to make his second start of the week against the Marlins on Sunday, when he shouldn't face any restrictions.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Set to be activated

    Scherzer (oblique) will be activated from the 15-day injured list Tuesday and start that night against the Reds, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports. Scherzer will return to the team after being away while nursing an oblique strain that he suffered May 18. He's hoping to toss about 90 pitches over six innings when he returns to the mound Tuesday. The 37-year-old surrendered four runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out 14 over eight innings in two rehab starts with Double-A Binghamton. Prior to the injury, Scherzer had produced a 2.54 ERA and 0.95 WHIP with a 10.7 K/9 over 49.2 frames in eight starts.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Unlikely to return this weekend

    Scherzer (oblique) is now scheduled to make his next rehab start Wednesday for Double-A Binghamton rather than Tuesday as originally planned, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Provided the change in Scherzer's schedule wasn't the result of a physical setback, having his rehab outing pushed back a day won't have any major ramifications on his rest-of-season outlook. However, the adjustment will presumably take Scherzer out of the mix from returning from the 15-day injured list to start Sunday's series finale versus the Rangers. As long as Scherzer pitches for Binghamton on Wednesday and checks out fine following the outing, he'll tentatively line up to come off the IL and make a start in Cincinnati on Independence Day.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Second rehab start coming Tuesday

    Scherzer (oblique) is scheduled to make his second rehab start Tuesday with Double-A Binghamton, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. The veteran right-hander was previously optimistic that he would need just one rehab start before coming off the 15-day injured list, but the Mets opted to schedule him for another outing in the minors after he didn't get fully stretched out in his initial outing with Binghamton. In his start June 21, Scherzer struck out six over 3.1 innings (65 pitches) while giving up two runs on three hits and one walk. He'll presumably target the 70-to-85-pitch range Tuesday, and if all goes well, he should return from the IL as soon as July 3 to start the Mets' series finale with the Rangers.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Likely making rehab start Tuesday

    Scherzer (oblique) expects to make a rehab start Tuesday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. The Mets were optimistic that Scherzer would be able to return to major-league game action this weekend, but he'll ultimately require at least one more appearance in the minors prior to being activated. The right-hander isn't yet sure which minor-league affiliate he'll join next week, but it's certainly possible that he'll be cleared to return from the injured list next weekend.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: May make rehab start Sunday

    Manager Buck Showalter said Scherzer (oblique) could make another minor-league rehab start Sunday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Scherzer was already ruled out as an option to start Sunday against the Marlins, and it appears he'll be heading to the minors for a second rehab outing. The veteran right-hander threw 65 pitches over 3.1 innings during his last start with Double-A Binghamton, and he'll likely push his workload up around 80 pitches his next time out. If Scherzer makes another rehab appearance and all goes well, he'll likely rejoin the big-league rotation late next week.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Won't return Sunday

    Scherzer (oblique) won't start Sunday's game against the Marlins, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. While Scherzer was reportedly in the mix to be reinstated from the 15-day injured list to start Sunday's series finale in Miami, David Peterson will instead take the mound for the Mets. It's possible that Scherzer gets pushed back to start Tuesday against the Astros, but the Mets also said that he could require another rehab start. He'll likely be examined in the coming days to help determine the next steps in his recovery.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Strikes out six in rehab start

    Scherzer (oblique) covered 3.1 innings and gave up two runs on three hits and a walk while striking out six in his rehab start Tuesday for Double-A Binghamton. Scherzer tossed 65 pitches (46 strikes) in the rehab outing and looks as though he'll be sufficiently stretched out to make his next start in the big leagues. Before the Mets activate Scherzer from the 15-day injured list and hand him the starting nod for Sunday's game in Miami, he'll likely be checked out during a bullpen session Thursday or Friday. Trevor Williams is expected to shift to the bullpen to clear a spot in the rotation for Scherzer.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Heading to Double-A for rehab

    Scherzer (oblique) will make his rehab start Tuesday at Double-A Binghamton, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. Scherzer will be throwing to a familiar face in his start with Binghamton, as rehabbing catcher James McCann (wrist) is scheduled to play behind the plate. The veteran right-hander has made quicker progress than anticipated from the left oblique strain he sustained May 18, most recently checking out fine after tossing a simulated game Thursday. He covered approximately 50 pitches in that outing, so if he can build up to around 60 to 70 pitches Tuesday, Scherzer should get the green light to make his next start in the big leagues. Scherzer tentatively lines up to rejoin the Mets rotation Sunday in Miami.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Rehab start planned for Tuesday

    Scherzer (oblique) said he's planning on making a rehab start Tuesday at one of the Mets' minor-league affiliates, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. According to Tim Healey of Newsday, Scherzer feels he's ready to move on to the final phase of his recovery program from a left oblique strain after he tossed approximately 50 pitches Thursday in a three-inning simulated game. The Mets will presumably check back in with Scherzer over the weekend before confirming him for the rehab start. The 37-year-old will likely look to push for around 75 pitches in the upcoming rehab start, which would set him up for a return from the 15-day injured list as soon as the Mets' June 26 game in Miami.
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  • Mets' Max Scherzer: Sim game set for Thursday

    Scherzer (oblique) confirmed that he'll throw a simulated game Thursday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Scherzer will take a big step forward in his recovery after he completed an improvised "bullpen session" in the outfield Tuesday, using all of his pitches while throwing off flat ground from approximately 60 feet. The right-hander noted that he received a platelet-rich plasma shot shortly after being diagnosed with the high-grade oblique strain May 19, and the injection looks as though it may have expedited his recovery process. Scherzer said he expects to make just one rehab start before coming off the 15-day injured list, which could come next week if Thursday's live BP session goes as well as hoped. That would give Scherzer a chance at rejoining the big-league rotation before the end of June.
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