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Innings Pitched
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 0.0 0.00 0.00
2021 149.511.5 61.0 4 3 65 22 2.51 1.21
2020 100.58.4 56.3 4 4 57 22 4.95 1.33
3y Avg. 173.510.8 82.7 5 4 79 30 4.03 1.29
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Done for season

    Duffy (forearm) has put a halt to his rehab assignment, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Ardaya notes that Duffy simply wasn't recovering as quickly as the organization had hoped, so he'll shut it down for the year with the hope of beginning the 2023 campaign at full strength. He failed to appear in a big league game in 2022.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Moves rehab to Triple-A

    Duffy (forearm) will transfer his rehab assignment from Single-A Rancho Cucamonga to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Wednesday, Oklahoma City broadcaster Alex Freedman reports. Oklahoma City will mark the final stop of Duffy's rehab assignment, after he made two appearances in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League and one with Rancho Cucamonga. Freedman notes that Duffy is scheduled to appear out of the bullpen for Oklahoma City's game against Round Rock on Wednesday, and given that the lefty covered one inning in each of his previous three outings, he appears to be preparing to return from the 60-day injured list as a reliever. The Dodgers have only four healthy starting pitchers on the active roster at the moment, but Clayton Kershaw (back) will be reinstated from the 15-day IL on Thursday, Tony Gonsolin (forearm) doesn't appear to be tracking toward a lengthy stint on the IL, and rookies Ryan Pepiot and Michael Grove remain on hand at Triple-A as capable options to make spot starts for the big club as needed.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Rehab moved to Single-A

    Duffy (forearm) struck out two batters in one scoreless inning with Single-A Rancho Cucamonga on Friday. Duffy had previously pitched in two ACL contests, and this was his first outing with the Single-A Quakes. The veteran hurler is working his way back from a left forearm flexor strain that has kept him out of action since last July. There is hope that he can join the Dodgers' bullpen sometime around mid-September.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Pitches in ACL game

    Duffy (forearm) pitched Saturday in the Arizona Complex League and could still be an option for the Dodgers later this season, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. He reportedly had a setback earlier this month, but that was apparently just some soreness, according to manager Dave Roberts, and Duffy is right back to pitching in games. Expectations should be tempered, but if Duffy is able to get fully stretched out while showing his normal stuff, it's possible he could be fantasy relevant over the final weeks of the season.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Season in jeopardy

    Manager Dave Roberts said Tuesday that Duffy (forearm) suffered a setback and that it's "pretty unlikely" the left-hander returns this season, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports. A return in 2022 hasn't been completely ruled out for the 33-year-old, but the setback is apparently significant enough to potentially end his season. Duffy was traded from Kansas City to Los Angeles at the trade deadline last year and re-signed during the offseason, but he has yet to see game action for the Dodgers while recovering from the left forearm flexor strain, and he may not debut for the team this year.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Facing hitters in AZ

    Duffy (forearm) could go on a rehab assignment in a couple weeks, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. He has been facing hitters in Arizona and his fastball velocity has been 92-93 mph, according to Harris. Duffy has been a quality pitcher at times when fully healthy, so if can make it all the way through a rehab assignment and there is an opening in the Dodgers' rotation, it's possible he could be a viable fantasy option in September.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Begins throwing program

    Duffy (forearm) recently started a throwing program but has yet to work off a mound, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. Duffy remains sidelined by the left forearm flexor strain he suffered last July, but his return to throwing is a positive step for his recovery. It figures to take him awhile to build up his workload before progressing to mound work, and the veteran left-hander isn't expected back until at least June.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Back with Dodgers

    Duffy (forearm) agreed to a one-year contract with the Dodgers on Thursday, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports. Duffy was acquired by the Dodgers at the trade deadline in 2021, though he never appeared for the team due to a forearm injury. He is still recovering from the issue but is expected to return to the mound by June, per Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times. Duffy has served almost exclusively as a starter throughout his career, but his most likely fit in Los Angeles is as a reliever.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Suffers setback

    Duffy (forearm) suffered a setback during Friday's bullpen session, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports. Manager Dave Roberts called Friday's throwing session a "big one," but Duffy is now facing another shutdown following his setback. As a result, it's unlikely that the southpaw will be able to return by the end of the regular season.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Throwing bullpen Friday

    Duffy (forearm) will throw a bullpen session Friday, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports. Duffy resumed throwing off a mound last weekend, and manager Dave Roberts called Friday's throwing session a "big one." The left-hander has been sidelined since mid-July due to a left flexor strain, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him progress to facing hitters soon if Friday's bullpen goes well. He's unlikely to require much time to build up his workload since he's slated to serve as a long reliever once he's activated.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Throwing bullpen sessions

    Duffy (forearm) completed a bullpen session Sunday and is expected to throw another in the near future, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Manager Dave Roberts indicated less than a week ago that the left-hander was a couple weeks away from throwing off a mound, but that was proven incorrect by Sunday's bullpen session. Duffy could progress to participating in a simulated game if the next bullpen session goes well.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Still weeks away from mound work

    Manager Dave Roberts said Tuesday that Duffy (forearm) is still multiple weeks away from throwing off a mound, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Duffy was acquired from the Royals in late July despite landing on the injured list with a left flexor strain just nine days earlier. The southpaw has taken longer than expected to recover, and Roberts' latest update indicates that he won't start a rehab assignment until mid-September at the earliest. Given that timeline, Duffy may not pitch again during the regular season, but he should be a postseason bullpen option so long as he doesn't suffer any setbacks.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Will join bullpen upon return

    Manager Dave Roberts said Duffy (forearm) will serve as a long reliever when he's activated from the injured list in September, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports. The lefty is eligible to return from the IL on Sept. 15, although it's unclear whether he'll be ready then. Duffy's ability to provide length out of the bullpen, or potentially as a spot starter, should prove valuable for the playoff-bound Dodgers near the end of the regular season.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Shifts to 60-day IL

    Duffy (forearm) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Monday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Duffy wasn't expected to return from a left flexor strain until at least September, and he won't be eligible to return until Sept. 15 following Monday's transaction. The Dodgers haven't yet announced whether the southpaw will serve as a starter or reliever once he's cleared to make his team debut, but pitching out of the bullpen would make him more likely to be ready in time to return late in the year and during the postseason.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Unlikely to play before September

    Duffy (forearm) isn't expected to play before September, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Prior to his trade to the Dodgers, the Royals indicated that Duffy could return in mid-to-late April. His new team is either slightly more pessimistic or slightly more cautious. It's not yet clear whether the lefty will return as a starter or a reliever, though the latter seemingly becomes more likely the longer he remains out.
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  • Dodgers' Danny Duffy: Acquired by Dodgers

    Duffy (forearm) was traded from the Royals to the Dodgers on Thursday in exchange for players to be named later, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. Duffy sustained a flexor strain in his left forearm July 20, but Royals general manager Dayton Moore said Tuesday that the southpaw could return within 3-to-4 weeks. While the 32-year-old won't be ready to pitch for his new club right away, he could have a better timetable to return once he's able to resume throwing. Duffy posted a 2.51 ERA and 1.21 WHIP in 61 innings across 13 appearances (12 starts) to begin the season. He'll likely take on a rotation spot for the Dodgers once he's healthy, though Jeff Passan of ESPN.com notes the lefty could also fill a high-leverage, multi-inning role out of the bullpen.
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  • Royals' Danny Duffy: Roughly 3-4 weeks from return

    General manager Dayton Moore expressed confidence Tuesday in Duffy's ability to pitch again this season and estimated he'll return within 3-to-4 weeks, Lynn Worthy of The Kansas City Star reports. Duffy went down July 20 with a flexor strain in his left forearm, but Moore's comments Tuesday suggest the lefty will be back on the mound within a month. Duffy has been the Royals' best starting pitcher in 2021, posting a 2.51 ERA and 65:22 K:BB in 61 innings across 13 outings. More details about his recovery and a specific return timeframe should become available in the next week or two.
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  • Royals' Danny Duffy: Sidelined with flexor strain

    Duffy was placed on the 10-day injured list with a left flexor strain Tuesday. Duffy left his start Friday against the Orioles early due to an entirely unrelated injury, as he was hit in the knee by a comebacker. He's now been sidelined by a flexor strain twice this season, which could be an ominous sign. The move was backdated three days, so the lefty will be eligible to return next Tuesday, but that seems unlikely, given the nature of the injury. Brady Singer (shoulder) also landed on the injured list Tuesday, so the Royals will have to scramble to fill out their rotation.
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  • Royals' Danny Duffy: Exits early as precaution

    Duffy exited Friday's start against the Orioles after being hit on his left knee by a comebacker, but he is expected to make his next scheduled start, Anne Rogers of MLB.com reports. He gave up one run on two hits and one walk while striking out three in four innings and did not factor in the decision. Duffy initially felt fine, but the knee tightened up when he ran to cover first base in the fourth inning, leading to the early exit. He was confident he'd be able to make his next start, which projects to be next Friday at home against the Tigers.
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  • Royals' Danny Duffy: Gets through five innings

    Duffy didn't factor in the decision against Cleveland on Thursday, allowing one run on four hits and three walks with five strikeouts across five innings. Duffy scattered seven baserunners but limited the damage to a Bobby Bradley solo home run in the fourth inning. It was the first time since May 12 that Duffy was able to log four full innings in a start, but his day was still finished after five despite having thrown only 77 pitches. Despite the workload limitations, Duffy has made the most of his 57 innings this season, posting a 2.53 ERA and 1.25 WHIP with a 62:21 K:BB. He's scheduled to make his next start after the All-Star break against Baltimore.
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