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Innings Pitched
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
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2023 1582.7 59.7 3 2 56 19 3.02 1.02
2022 891.3 62.3 3 1 64 13 5.78 1.30
3y Avg. 89.51.9 44.7 1 1 1 43 12 4.23 1.19
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Brasier: Re-signs with Dodgers

    Brasier signed a two-year, $9 million contract with the Dodgers on Monday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. The deal could max out at $13 million if incentives are reached. Brasier was released by the Red Sox last May following a dreadful start but thrived after being picked up by the Dodgers off the scrap heap, posting a 0.70 ERA and 38:10 K:BB over his final 38.2 frames. The 36-year-old will attempt to pick up where he left off in 2024.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Brasier: Excelling with Los Angeles

    Brasier earned a hold against the Nationals on Friday, striking out one batter in a perfect inning. Brasier entered in the eighth inning to serve as the bridge to closer Evan Phillips and retired the side in order on 14 pitches. His late-frame deployment shows manager Dave Roberts' growing trust in him -- since Aug. 12, Brasier has collected five holds in nine scoreless appearances. Brasier struggled with the Red Sox early this season but has been lights-out since joining the Dodgers in June, posting a 0.86 ERA, 0.64 WHIP and 29:7 K:BB over 31.1 innings while picking up seven holds, two wins and one save.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Brasier: Picks up second save

    Brasier walked one batter in a scoreless inning and earned a save against Baltimore on Monday. Brasier forced a double play after walking the leadoff batter and finished off the 6-4 win. Since being recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City in June, he's allowed just two earned runs over 12.1 innings, lowering his season ERA to 5.13 through 31 MLB appearances. Neither Evan Phillips or Brusdar Graterol appeared in Monday's win.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Brasier: Selected from OKC

    The Dodgers selected Brasier's contract from Triple-A Oklahoma City, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Braiser was released by the Red Sox in May after accumulating a 7.29 ERA and 1.57 WHIP through 21 innings. He signed a minor-league deal with the Dodgers on June 5 and has thrown three scoreless innings with five strikeouts in Triple-A since then, earning himself another shot in the bigs. Given his subpar track record in the majors as of late, Braiser will likely be limited to low-leverage outings while in Los Angeles.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Brasier: Lands with Dodgers

    Brasier said Monday that he has agreed to a minor-league contract with the Dodgers, Rob Bradford of WEEI.com reports. After being designated for assignment by Boston on May 14 and later released, Brasier had been on the open market for about two weeks before linking up with the Dodgers. The 35-year-old right-hander will likely report to Triple-A Oklahoma City with his new organization, hoping to eventually earn a promotion to Los Angeles at some point later this summer. He turned in a 7.29 ERA and 1.57 WHIP over his 20 relief appearances with Boston this season prior to being cut loose.
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  • Ryan Brasier: Released by Boston

    Brasier was released by the Red Sox on Sunday, Christopher Smith of The Springfield Republican reports. After he was designated for assignment May 14, Brasier is now a free agent following Sunday's transaction. The right-hander has struggled to a bloated 7.29 ERA and 1.57 WHIP with 18 strikeouts over 21 innings in 20 appearances with Boston this season. Brasier will likely get another opportunity in the near future considering his experience at the professional level, though he carries little fantasy value.
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  • Red Sox's Ryan Brasier: Dropped from 40-man roster

    The Red Sox designated Brasier for assignment following Sunday's 9-1 loss to the Cardinals, Christopher Smith of The Springfield Republican reports. Brasier is likely being removed from the 26-man active roster and 40-man roster in order to make room for Joely Rodriguez (oblique), who is expected to return from the 15-day injured list Monday. After giving up three earned runs over 2.1 innings in Sunday's loss, Brasier now sports a 7.29 ERA and 1.57 WHIP across 21 frames on the season. If Brasier isn't traded or claimed off waivers, he'll remain in the Boston organization, though he would have the right to refuse an assignment to Triple-A Worcester.
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  • Red Sox's Ryan Brasier: Cedes multiple runs again

    Brasier allowed three runs on one hit and two walks while striking out one over two-thirds of an inning in Saturday's 8-7 extra-inning win over Cleveland. Brasier was the most egregious part of a bullpen meltdown and has allowed multiple runs in five of 14 appearances. He survived an offseason bullpen purge, largely because he was a strike thrower, but the right-hander has walked eight in 14 innings and sports an 8.36 ERA. With news that Kenley Jansen (back) is unavailable Sunday, Brasier, who saved a game earlier in April when Jansen was unavailable, could be in line for another opportunity to close.
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  • Red Sox's Ryan Brasier: Logs first hold

    Brasier allowed a hit and a walk while striking out one over a scoreless eighth inning to earn his first hold in Thursday's 6-3 win over Detroit. Brasier made his third consecutive scoreless appearance following an Opening Day meltdown, during which he allowed three runs on two hits, two walks, a hit batsman and threw a wild pitch. This was the first time a save opportunity was presented to Boston, and manager Alex Cora signaled his confidence in Brasier by using him in a setup role.
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  • Red Sox's Ryan Brasier: Settles with Boston

    Brasier signed a one-year, $2 million contract with the Red Sox on Friday, avoiding arbitration, Alex Speier of The Boston Globe reports. 2022 saw Brasier record a career-worst 5.78 ERA through 62.1 innings, though his 4.92 K/BB ratio was one of the better marks across the majors. Still, the 35-year-old reliever has a tendency to get hit around more often than not, and holds almost no fantasy value beyond the deepest of leagues.
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  • Red Sox's Ryan Brasier: Perfect inning to secure hold

    Brasier pitched a perfect inning Sunday to earn a hold against the Yankees. Brasier needed just 13 pitches to set down the Yankees in order in the eighth inning and secure his eighth hold of the season Sunday. The veteran reliever has not been sharp most of the season, as he now has a 5.20 ERA and 1.31 WHIP over 45 innings, but he has just three blown saves in 48 appearances and has not allowed a run in six out of his last seven outings. He is a long shot for saves the rest of the season but may lock down a few more holds.
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  • Red Sox's Ryan Brasier: Collects first save of year

    Brasier struck out two in a perfect 11th inning Friday to record his first save of the season in a 5-4 win over the Yankees. John Schreiber, Garrett Whitlock and Tanner Houck -- who blew the save in the ninth but stayed in to pitch a scoreless 10th -- had all seen action already by the time Boston retook the lead in the top of the 11th, leaving Brasier to handle the save opportunity. Given the 34-year-old's 5.40 ERA through six appearances in July, Brasier isn't likely to see consistent high-leverage work after the All-Star break despite getting the job done Friday.
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  • Red Sox's Ryan Brasier: Recalled by Boston

    Brasier was recalled from Triple-A Worcester on Saturday. Brasier struggled with the Red Sox over the first month and a half of the season, posting a 6.28 ERA and 1.47 WHIP in 14.1 innings over 18 relief appearances. The right-hander was sent down last week but tossed two scoreless innings in Worcester following his demotion. He'll now rejoin Boston's bullpen after Hansel Robles (back) was placed on the 15-day injured list Saturday.
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  • Red Sox's Ryan Brasier: Suffers loss Sunday

    Brasier (0-2) was tagged with Sunday's loss, allowing four runs on three hits and one walk while striking out three over one inning against the Rangers. Brasier was victimized by Adolis Garcia and Kole Calhoun, who back-to-back home runs off the righty reliever. He's pitched well out of the bullpen until this last week. Brasier's 2.45 ERA blew up 6.57 after giving up six runs on three home runs in his last two appearances. Brasier's allowed four jacks over 12.1 innings (2.9 HR/9).
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  • Red Sox's Ryan Brasier: Serves up home run

    Brasier allowed one run on two hits over one-third of an inning in Monday's 3-1 loss to the Tigers. Brasier didn't get tagged with the loss -- that went to Austin Davis -- but he gave up the game-deciding, two-run home run to Javier Baez. The Red Sox have had nothing but tight games thus far, and Brasier has worked three high-leverage situations, all in which he inherited runners. The Baez homer was the first run that's been charged to him, but the reliever has allowed three of six inherited runners to cross the plate. While the Red Sox work without a closer, Brasier is seen as a key piece that could pick up saves.
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  • Red Sox's Ryan Brasier: Rejoins Red Sox on Tuesday

    Brasier was recalled from Triple-A Worcester on Tuesday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. Brasier was sent back to Worcester on Friday, but now he'll rejoin the big club with Garrett Whitlock (pectoral) being placed on the 10-day IL. The right-hander made his season debut in early September after several injuries sidelined him for the first five months of the campaign. He'll resume his big-league season with a 4.15 ERA and 2.54 WHIP through 4.1 innings.
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  • Red Sox's Ryan Brasier: Optioned to Worcester

    Brasier was optioned to Triple-A Worcester on Friday. Brasier made five appearances after being activated from the IL in early September, allowing five runs (two earned) on nine hits and two walks across 4.1 innings. He'll head to Worcester with Matt Barnes (illness) returning from the COVID-19 injured list, but Brasier should be a candidate to return to the big leagues if Boston suffers an injury in its bullpen.
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  • Red Sox's Ryan Brasier: Make season debut

    Brasier allowed one run on two hits and a walk over two-thirds of an inning in Friday's 8-5 win over Cleveland. This was Brasier's first appearance of the season after a litany of setbacks since the offseason. He suffered a broken pinkie finger during the offseason, then a left calf strain in spring training, followed by a concussion in June. His reinstatement comes at a perfect time, as Boston has four relievers in COVID-19 protocols. He's been a key piece in the Red Sox's bullpen the previous three seasons.
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  • Red Sox's Ryan Brasier: Returns from injured list

    Brasier (concussion) was activated from the 60-day injured list Wednesday, Julian McWilliams of The Boston Globe reports. Brasier suffered a calf strain in spring training and sustained a concussion when struck in the head by a line drive while rehabbing, but he's now poised to make his first outing of the season for the Red Sox. The 34-year-old has been a significant bullpen piece for Boston over the past few years and could provide a boost for the final month of the season.
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  • Red Sox's Ryan Brasier: Works scoreless rehab inning

    Brasier (concussion) allowed a walk over a scoreless relief inning for Triple-A Worcester on Tuesday. This was Brasier's first game action in nearly a year, and the results were encouraging given the erratic performance of Boston's bullpen of late. He walked the first batter he faced before inducing two groundouts, including an inning-ending double play. It's not hard to envision Brasier pitching late in games or giving an occasional breather to closer Matt Barnes, who has suffered three losses in his last four appearances and has a 7.88 ERA in 10 outings since the All-Star break.
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