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date ip
Innings Pitched
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Wins
l
Losses
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Earned Run Average
FPTS
Fantasy Points
May 31, 2023 5.0 1 4 6.54 1
May 26, 2023 6.0 1 4 6.27 -0.5
May 20, 2023 5.0 1 3 5.88 8
May 15, 2023 4.0 1 3 5.94 8.5
May 9, 2023 1.0 1 3 6.12 1

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
sv
Saves
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Strikeouts
bb
Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 54.55 52.3 1 4 35 9 6.54 1.39
2022 266.510.7 134.7 10 10 95 31 3.94 1.26
2021 -3-1.5 2.0 1 2 9.00 1.50
3y Avg. 859.4 45.7 3 4 32 10 3.94 1.25
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Will remain in rotation

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told reporters that Syndergaard will make his next start against the Reds on Wednesday, Matthew Moreno of DodgerBlue.com reports. Syndergaard has really struggled as of late, and he is coming off a start against the Nationals on Wednesday where he allowed five rive runs over five innings and was fortunate to come away with a no-decision. Syndergaard is going to have to start pitching more effectively to say in the rotation, but he'll get at least more chance with an outing against the Reds in the middle of next week.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Allows six runs versus Tampa Bay

    Syndergaard (1-4) took the loss Friday, allowing six runs on eight hits and one walk over six innings in a 9-3 loss to Tampa Bay. He struck out three. After allowing at least one run in each of the first four innings, Syndergaard was able to settle down and toss two scoreless frames before being replaced. Friday's outing marked the third time the veteran has given up at least six runs this season, and his 6.27 ERA across 10 starts isn't pretty. Syndergaard isn't the strikeout pitcher he was early in his career anymore, and now, he's struggling to keep runs off the board, making him a less-than-ideal fantasy option moving forward. The right-hander figures to get a few more chances in the Dodgers' rotation to turn things around while Julio Urias (hamstring), Michael Grove (groin), Ryan Pepiot (oblique), Dustin May (forearm) and Walker Buehler (elbow) all remain on the injured list.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Goes five frames in no-decision

    Syndergaard allowed three runs on four hits and one walk while striking out four batters over five innings in a no-decision against St. Louis on Saturday. Syndergaard has been dealing with a cut on his index finger on his pitching hand, so there was some uncertainty about how he'd hold up after lasting just four innings his previous time out. The right-hander gave Los Angeles moderate length Saturday, tossing 80 pitches (53 strikes) over five frames. He gave up three runs over the first two innings but finished strong, retiring the final seven batters he faced. Syndergaard has struggled with a 5.88 ERA through nine starts this season, but his presence in Los Angeles' rotation has taken extra importance with Julio Urias (hamstring) and Dustin May (forearm) both on the IL.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Will make next start

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Tuesday that Syndergaard's index finger held up well during Monday's win over the Twins, and the right-hander will make his next scheduled start, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports. Syndergaard had previously exited a May 9 start due to a cut on his right index finger, but he was cleared to make his next turn through the rotation on five days' rest. Roberts confirmed that Syndergaard was limited at four innings and 59 pitches Monday as a precaution rather than as a result of the wound reopening. Syndergaard tentatively lines up to make his next start this weekend in St. Louis.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Finishes four innings

    Syndergaard (finger) struck out five and allowed two runs on four hits in four innings in Monday's 9-8 win over the Twins. He didn't factor into the decision. Syndergaard made his first start since exiting his May 9 start due to a cut on his right index finger. The righty tossed 59 pitches to get through four innings. Syndergaard's first season as a Dodger has not gone well. He has a 5.94 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and has struck out just 26 batters in 36.1 innings.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Ready to start Monday

    Manager Dave Roberts announced Sunday that Syndergaard (finger) will start Monday's game against the Twins, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. The right-hander confirmed his index finger feels good after Saturday's bullpen session, per Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register, which clears him to pitch after exiting his previous outing due to a laceration. It's been an up-and-down season thus far for Syndergaard with a 6.12 ERA, 1.42 WHIP and 21:5 K:BB across 32.1 innings.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Bullpen session goes well

    Syndergaard's finger held up over about 50 throws in Saturday's bullpen session, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports. Per Hoornstra, the next sure sign that Syndergaard will be ready to start Monday's game against the Twins will be if Gavin Stone makes his scheduled start Sunday for Triple-A Oklahoma City. While Syndergaard's health is trending in the right direction, his performance has not, as he has struck out four batters and walked three over his previous 16.1 innings.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Could still start Monday

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told reporters that he's "hopeful" Syndergaard (finger) will be able to make his start Monday,Matthew Moreno of DodgerBlue.com reports. Syndergaard was able to throw again Friday with his right index finger covered after developing a cut on the digit Tuesday, but the real test for the right-hander will come during Saturday's bullpen session. If he has no issues Saturday, he likely will be on the mound Monday against the Twins, but fantasy GMs should wait for the team to make it official before plugging Syndergaard back into their active rosters.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: IL decision coming Friday

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said that a decision on whether Syndergaard (finger) will be placed on the injured list won't come before Friday, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports. Syndergaard was removed after one inning in Tuesday's win over the Brewers after he developed a cut on his right index finger. He was able to play catch Wednesday by covering the finger and also using a topical skin adhesive. Neither of those things would be allowed while Syndergaard pitches, however, so he'll have to show during a between-starts bullpen session this weekend that his finger is feeling well enough to keep him off the IL.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Plays catch Wednesday

    Syndergaard (finger) was able to play catch in the outfield Wednesday, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports. Syndergaard lasted just one inning in his start in Tuesday's 6-2 win over the Brewers before departing with a bleeding blister/cut on his right index finger, but the fact that he's throwing a day after suffering the injury bodes well for his chances of avoiding a stint on the injured list. The Dodgers will presumably wait and see how Syndergaard fares during a potential bullpen session over the weekend before determining whether he's fit to make his next scheduled start, which would fall Monday or Tuesday versus the Twins.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Will test how finger responds

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said after Tuesday's 6-2 win over the Brewers that the team will see how Syndergaard's right index finger responds over the next few days before determining his next steps, Matthew Moreno of DodgersBlue.com reports. Syndergaard left Tuesday's start in the second inning after experiencing a cut on his right index finger. The right-hander is now in danger of missing his next scheduled start early next week, but his status likely won't be determined until the weekend at the earliest.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Exits start with cut on finger

    Syndergaard left Tuesday's start against the Brewers with a cut on his right index finger, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Syndergaard allowed no runs with one hit and one walk with no strikeouts over one inning before exiting. Syndergaard tried to continue after picking up the cut on his finger, but the Dodgers pulled the right-hander in favor of Phil Bickford. For now, Syndergaard should be considered day-to-day, but he's in danger of missing his next scheduled start early next week against the Twins.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Re-entering rotation Tuesday

    Syndergaard is slated to start Tuesday's game against the Brewers at American Family Field, Eric Stephen of SBNation.com reports. Syndergaard found himself as the odd man out of Los Angeles' rotation this past week following the promotion of right-hander Gavin Stone from Triple-A Oklahoma City, but Stone was sent back to the minors after getting tagged for five runs (four earned) in four innings in his MLB debut Wednesday. Though he'll step back in as the Dodgers' No. 5 starter this week, Syndergaard likely doesn't have significant job security after posting a 6.32 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 12.3 K-BB% through his first six starts. All of those metrics are the worst or second-worst marks of his career.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Won't start this week

    Syndergaard isn't scheduled to make a start this week, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. An off day Thursday allows the Dodgers to realign their rotation, which they'll do by setting up Clayton Kershaw, Dustin May and Julio Urias to make starts this weekend in a big divisional series with San Diego. Manager Dave Roberts didn't specify whether Syndergaard will be available out of the bullpen this weekend, as the right-hander is expected to use some of his time out of the rotation to address some mechanical issues. Syndergaard owns a 6.32 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 21:4 K:BB over 31.1 innings this season, but he managed to pick up his first win his last time out Sunday against the Cardinals.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Escapes with no-decision Tuesday

    Syndergaard didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 8-7 win over the Pirates, coughing up seven runs on nine hits over four innings. He struck out two without walking a batter. It was the worst performance of the season for the veteran right-hander, who managed to generate only seven swinging strikes in 80 pitches, but a late comeback by the Dodgers got Syndergaard off the hook for a potential fourth straight loss. He's now served up five homers in 26 innings, fueling a 6.58 ERA, and his 21:4 K:BB and career-low 92.2 mph average fastball are reminders that his pre-injury form almost certainly isn't coming back. Syndergaard will look to get back on track in his next start, likely to come at home this weekend against the Cardinals.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Decent performance in loss

    Syndergaard (0-3) took the loss Wednesday against the Mets, allowing two runs on five hits with two walks over six innings. He struck out two. Syndergaard could not secure his first win of the season in the matchup against his former club. The 30-year-old pitched well, silencing the Mets' offense through the first four innings before giving up his only runs of the game on a Brandon Nimmo two-run shot in the fifth. With an 0-3 record, Syndergaard will look to earn his elusive first win in his next start, tentatively scheduled for next week's series against Pittsburgh.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Turns in solid outing in loss

    Syndergaard (0-2) took the loss Friday, allowing three runs on six hits and two walks over six innings against the Cubs. He struck out nine. Syndergaard pitched well but did not have enough run support in this contest. This start was a nice rebound for the right-hander after he gave up six runs in four innings against the Diamondbacks last week. The veteran will now look to shut down his former team next week, as the Dodgers will host the Mets.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Struggles in second start

    Syndergaard (0-1) took the loss against Arizona on Saturday, allowing six runs on eight hits and no walks while striking out two batters over four innings. Syndergaard previously pitched well in his first start of the season for Los Angeles, allowing one run over six innings against the Diamondbacks. Arizona turned things around on him Saturday, however, tagging him with two long balls that accounted for four of the six runs against him. Syndergaard served up hard contact throughout the outing, as Diamondbacks batters hit eight balls with an exit velocity of 98 mph or higher against him in just the first three frames, per Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register. The right-hander will try to get back on track in his next start, which is tentatively slated to come at home against the Cubs next week.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Bothered by blister Tuesday

    Syndergaard said he was bothered by a hand blister during his Cactus League start Tuesday against the Giants, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Syndergaard also said he struggled to find his footing on what was a rainy afternoon in Arizona, which led to inconsistent velocity readings. He gave up six earned runs on six hits and a walk over 4.1 innings of work as his spring ERA ballooned from 0.96 to 4.61. The 30-year-old right-hander has battled this blister off and on for the last few months and it seems unlikely to alter his readiness for his first scheduled turn in the Dodgers' season-opening rotation.
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  • Dodgers' Noah Syndergaard: Strong results so far this spring

    Syndergaard has tossed five scoreless innings through two spring appearances, allowing one hit and no walks while striking out four batters. The Dodgers signed Syndergaard over the winter with the hope of turning him into another pitching reclamation success, as they did with both Tyler Anderson and Andrew Heaney last season. Though spring-training stats should always be taken with a grain of salt, the results have been encouraging thus far given Syndergaard's first two outings. On a less positive note, the veteran right-hander has yet to display the in-game bump in velocity that manager Dave Roberts hinted at in mid-February, as he topped out at 93 mph in his first outing and 94 mph in his second, per Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times. Syndergaard averaged 94.1 mph on his fastball last season, well below his early-career velocity, which averaged over 98 mph.
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