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NL East Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
100-60 7-3 L1
98-61 4-6 L3
87-73 4-6 W3
68-92 7-3 W3
55-104 3-7 L2

2022 Pitching

STATS IP
Innings Pitched
W
Wins
L
Losses
ERA
Earned Run Average
SO
Strikeouts
BB
Base on Balls (Walk)
Regular Season 101.1 5 6 4.53 79 34

Top Jake Odorizzi News

  • Braves' Jake Odorizzi: Unable to finish four innings

    Odorizzi did not factor into the decision Wednesday, allowing two runs on four hits and three walks over 3.2 innings in a 3-2 loss against the Nationals.

    For the fourth start in a row, Odorizzi failed to complete five innings. Wednesday's struggles were highlighted by a 0:3 K:BB on the night, as manager Brian Snitker opted to turn to the bullpen in the fourth inning with Atlanta fighting for the division title. In nine starts since being traded to Atlanta, Odorizzi owns a 5.69 ERA with one win compared to three losses. He is tentatively scheduled to face Miami next week.

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  • Braves' Jake Odorizzi: Flops against Phillies

    Odorizzi (5-6) took the loss in Friday's 9-1 rout at the hands of the Phillies, surrendering eight runs on 10 hits and three walks over four innings. He struck out six.

    The Ks salvaged a little fantasy value for the right-hander, but this was still Odorizzi's worst performance since being shipped to Atlanta at the trade deadline. His 5.97 ERA, 1.62 WHIP and 33:14 K:BB through 37.2 innings for his new club are shaky at best, but with Spencer Strider (oblique) landing on the IL this week, Odorizzi's spot in the rotation for the rest of the season seems secure.

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  • Braves' Jake Odorizzi: Falls one out shy of win

    Odorizzi took a no-decision versus the Phillies on Saturday. He allowed a run on two hits and one walk while striking out five over 4.2 innings.

    While the surface stats look good, the Phillies were able to work some long at-bats against the right-hander. Odorizzi exited the game one out short of a win after throwing 61 of 93 pitches for strikes. He's now failed to complete six innings in six of his seven starts for Atlanta since coming over in a trade from Houston at the deadline. Through 93.2 innings this year, he has a 4.04 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 73:28 K:BB. Odorizzi is tentatively projected for a rematch on the road against the Phillies next week.

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  • Braves' Jake Odorizzi: Can't escape fourth inning

    Odorizzi registered a no-decision during Sunday's 8-7 loss to Seattle, allowing four runs on five hits and three walks with three strikeouts in 3.2 innings.

    Making his return from an arm injury, Odorizzi served up a leadoff Julio Rodriguez long ball but kept Seattle's offense under control otherwise until he was chased in the fourth inning following four baserunners and three runs. The poor outing was the 32-year-old's second with Atlanta, though he's held the opposition to no more than two runs in his other four turns. He's pitched to a 4.96 ERA and 1.55 WHIP in 29 innings with Atlanta and is scheduled to take the mound again next weekend against Philadelphia.

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  • Braves' Jake Odorizzi: Cleared to start Sunday

    Odorizzi (arm) is slated to start Sunday's game in Seattle.

    Odorizzi was scratched from his most recent scheduled start last weekend due to arm fatigue, but he'll be plugged back into Atlanta's rotation for the series finale in Seattle after he completed a bullpen session Wednesday without incident. Since joining Atlanta in an Aug. 1 deal with Houston, Odorizzi has posted a 1-2 record to go with a 4.26 ERA and 1.46 WHIP across 25.1 innings.

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  • Braves' Jake Odorizzi: Completes side session

    Odorizzi (arm) threw a bullpen session Wednesday and is tentatively in line to start Sunday's game in Seattle, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

    Before Atlanta locks Odorizzi in for a start this weekend, the coaching and training staffs will likely check in him with Thursday to see how he feels physically a day after the side session. Odorizzi hasn't pitched since Aug. 28 after he was scratched in advance of his previous start last weekend against the Marlins, when he experienced some arm fatigue.

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  • Braves' Jake Odorizzi: Scratched with arm fatigue

    Odorizzi has been scratched from Saturday's start against the Marlins due to arm fatigue, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

    Odorizzi was relatively effective over his last two starts, but Atlanta will choose to skip his turn through the rotation this weekend due to his arm issue. Bryce Elder will take his place as Saturday's starter, while Odorizzi is expected to return to the mound sometime during Atlanta's series in Seattle next weekend.

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  • Braves' Jake Odorizzi: Unravels in sixth inning

    Odorizzi allowed two runs on four hits and a walk while striking out four over 5.2 innings in a no-decision versus the Cardinals on Sunday.

    Odorizzi limited the Cardinals to one walk through five innings, but he gave up a two-out solo home run to Lars Nootbaar in the sixth. The Cardinals built off of that and added three straight singles to earn another run before Dylan Lee was brought in as a reliever. Odorizzi fell one out short of a quality start in this one. He's struggled a bit with Atlanta, posting a 4.28 ERA and 1.46 WHIP across 25.1 innings through five starts after he was traded from Houston at the deadline. The right-hander is projected for a favorable home start versus the Marlins next weekend.

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  • Braves' Jake Odorizzi: Earns first win with Atlanta

    Odorizzi (1-2) earned the win Monday, allowing one run on four hits and no walks over six innings against the Pirates. He struck out seven.

    After three sub-par performances since being traded, Odorizzi was sharp Monday against a weak Pirates lineup to earn his first win with Atlanta and fifth on the season. He allowed just four baserunners through six innings, and his only mistake on the night was a solo home run off the bat of Oneil Cruz. He will take a 3.95 ERA into his next scheduled start which is tentatively scheduled against Miami this weekend.

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  • Braves' Jake Odorizzi: Shelled in loss

    Odorizzi (0-2) took the loss Wednesday, allowing five runs on eight hits and two walks over five innings against the Mets. He struck out two.

    Things got off to a bad start for Odorizzi on Wednesday, as Starling Marte and Francisco Lindor both clocked home runs in the first inning. The veteran then served up a home run to Brett Baty in the second and a run-scoring double in the sixth. Odorizzi has now surrendered nine runs in 13,2 innings in Atlanta and has inflated his ERA to 4.15. He will look to find his form again in his next start, which lines up against the Pirates early next week.

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  • Braves' Jake Odorizzi: Should stay in rotation

    Odorizzi (4-4) was dealt the loss in his Atlanta debut in Game 1 of a doubleheader Saturday with the Mets. He struck out four over 4.2 innings and was charged with three runs (two earned) on six hits and three walks.

    Though Odorizzi wasn't especially effective or efficient with his pitch count in his Atlanta debut, it looks like he'll maintain a spot in the rotation moving forward after Ian Anderson was optioned to Triple-A Gwinnett on Sunday. According to David O'Brien of The Athletic, Anderson will remain on the taxi squad and start one game of another doubleheader this upcoming Saturday in Miami, but manager Brian Snitker said the right-hander will return to Gwinnett following the twin bill in light of his recent struggles. Odorizzi, meanwhile, had generally pitched well prior to being acquired from Houston last week, so Atlanta won't pull the plug on him as a starter after one substandard outing. He's expected to make his second start with Atlanta in the other doubleheader game against the Marlins this weekend.

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  • Braves' Jake Odorizzi: Debuting Saturday vs. Mets

    Odorizzi, whom Atlanta acquired from the Astros on Monday, will make his team debut Saturday as a starter in one of the doubleheader games versus the Mets, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

    The upcoming twin bill will be the first of two doubleheaders on consecutive Saturdays for Atlanta, so expect the team to maintain a six-man rotation for at least the next two weeks. After that, manager Brian Snitker and his staff will likely assess where his pitching staff stands from a health and performance standpoint before determining whether to move back to a five-man rotation or keep the six-man setup in place. If all of Atlanta's other starters remain healthy following the two doubleheaders and Snitker's preference is to go with a five-man rotation, Odorizzi and Ian Anderson would seemingly be the pitchers most at risk of losing out on a starting spot. Over his 12 starts with Houston this season spanning 60 innings, Odorizzi turned in a respectable 3.75 ERA and 1.15 WHIP.

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  • Braves' Jake Odorizzi: Dealt to Atlanta

    Atlanta acquired Odorizzi on Monday in exchange for reliever Will Smith, Mark Berman of Fox 26 Houston reports.

    Odorizzi was at risk of losing his spot in Houston's six-man rotation with Lance McCullers (forearm) on track to return from the injured list in the next couple of weeks, so the Astros elected to exchange him for an experienced bullpen arm in Smith. With Atlanta, Odorizzi may not have an immediate path to a starting role if the club elects to keep its five-man rotation intact, but Ian Anderson owned a 5.31 ERA on the season before he tossed six shutout innings in his most recent outing. Odorizzi, who has submitted a 3.75 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 46:17 K:BB across 60 innings with Houston this season, will presumably be first in line to enter the rotation if Atlanta does expand to six men or opts to move Anderson to the bullpen or Triple-A Gwinnett.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 190 lbs
Birthplace: Breese, IL
Age: 32
Experience: 8
Bats/Throws: R, R