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Earned Run Average
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Saves
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Fantasy Points
Sep 25, 2022 3 3 3.20 1 3
Sep 23, 2022 3 3 3.26 1 4
Sep 21, 2022 3 3 3.32 1 3
Sep 20, 2022 3 3 3.38 1 -2.5
Sep 16, 2022 3 3 2.95 1 4

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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
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 1231.9 59.0 3 3 1 64 27 3.20 1.29
2021 179.52.5 64.7 5 4 4 83 25 3.34 1.07
2020 381.7 18.0 1 18 8 3.00 1.39
3y Avg. 84.52.1 36.3 2 2 2 43 17 3.72 1.27
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Tosses scoreless frame

    Boxberger tossed a clean ninth inning in the Brewers' 5-1 victory over the Reds on Saturday. With the Brewers up by four runs, manager Craig Counsell used Boxberger to close out Saturday's contest rather than going to closer Devin Williams in a non-save situation. Boxberger has been a bit shaky of late, but he retired all three batters he faced Saturday and secured the win for his club. Boxberger remains part of the Brewers' late-inning mix, but he is presumably behind all of Devin Williams, Taylor Rogers and Matt Bush in the pecking order for saves.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Capitalizes on rest

    Boxberger threw a scoreless sixth inning in Tuesday's victory over the Dodgers. Boxberger was unofficially shut down for a few days after pitching 10 times in the first 20 days out of the All-Star break, and the rest appeared to have done him well, as he retired all three batters he faced and punched out two of them. Boxberger remains part of Milwaukee's late-inning mix, but even with Josh Hader's departure, he may have been bumped down a spot in the pecking order -- trade deadline acquisitions Matt Bush and Taylor Rogers both followed him in Tuesday's contest.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Bags two strikeouts

    Boxberger tossed a scoreless seventh inning in Tuesday's victory over the Twins. Boxberger allowed a hit and issued a walk, but he also struck out two batters and escaped the jam unscathed. Boxberger has struggled a bit of late, allowing five earned runs (7.11 ERA) and posting a 2.37 WHIP in 6.1 innings over his last seven appearances, but he remains the top option ahead of setup man Devin Williams and closer Josh Hader.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Escapes with first save

    Boxberger allowed a hit and a walk in a scoreless inning to earn a save over the Reds on Friday. Boxberger allowed a leadoff single to Kyle Farmer before issuing a one-out walk to Nick Senzel, but he was able to maintain a 5-4 lead and secure his first save of the year with Josh Hader (paternity list) away from the Brewers. Boxberger's now sporting a 2.49 ERA with a 23:8 K:BB through 26 games.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Bags eighth hold

    Boxberger tossed a scoreless seventh inning and picked up his eighth hold of the season in Tuesday's victory over the Reds. Boxberger needed just nine pitches to get through his inning of relief and put the Brewers in position to come away with the win. Both runs he has allowed this season came in the same outing, and he owns a sparkling 1.59 ERA, 0.71 WHIP and 10:1 K:BB over 11.1 innings across 13 appearances.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Earns win Sunday

    Boxberger (1-0) gave up a hit and no walks while striking out one in a scoreless seventh inning to earn the win over the Cubs on Sunday. Boxberger made a career-high 71 relief appearances during his first year with the Brewers in 2021, and he began the 2022 season on a high note by picking up a win in his first outing. Josh Hader is firmly entrenched as Milwaukee's closer, but Boxberger picked up 23 holds last year while converting four of nine save chances. He'll continue to serve as a setup man alongside Devin Williams in 2022.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Back with Brewers on one-year deal

    Boxberger agreed to a one-year, $2.5 million contract with the Brewers on Sunday, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. Coming off a strong season and with 81 career saves under his belt, Boxberger could have been a closer had he landed on a different team in free agency. However, he should reprise his role as a setup man in Milwaukee, barring any trades or injuries to Josh Hader and/or Devin Williams. Boxberger logged a 3.34 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 21.8 K-BB% in 64.2 innings last season. He also chipped in five wins and four saves across 71 appearances.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Takes loss in woeful outing

    Boxberger (5-4) took the loss in relief Sunday against the Cubs after allowing three runs on two hits and a walk. He didn't record a single out. Boxberger couldn't retire a single batter Sunday and delivered one of his worst outings of the campaign. He has now given up runs in three of his last six appearances. Boxberger owns a ballooned 17.36 ERA in just 4.2 innings through seven outings in September.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Ten straight scoreless appearances

    Boxberger tossed a clean seventh inning and picked up his 21st hold in Wednesday's victory over the Giants. Boxberger was tasked with facing the top three batters in the Giants' order after the Brewers took the lead in the seventh, and as he has done regularly, he came through with a clean frame. Boxberger has been brilliant for the Brewers, tossing 10 straight scoreless appearances and allowing an earned run only two times -- while posting a 0.74 ERA and 0.95 WHIP -- over his last 25 trips to the mound.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Handed third loss

    Boxberger (4-3) allowed a run on two hits and struck out one in one inning, taking the loss Sunday versus San Francisco. The right-hander allowed an RBI single to Tommy La Stella in the eighth inning, and that was the decisive play in the game. Boxberger's scoreless streak came to an end at 7.2 innings. He's seen a more significant role lately with Josh Hader on the COVID-19 injured list. Boxberger has a 2.66 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 58:21 K:BB with four saves, 15 holds and two blown saves in 47.1 innings overall.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Records two-out save

    Boxberger picked up his fourth save of the season Monday against the Pirates after tossing a scoreless outing, allowing one walk and striking out one in two-thirds of an inning. Boxberger entered the game after John Axford allowed two runs on two hits and a walk across one-third of an inning to begin the ninth, and while he walked Wilmer Difo, he closed things out by striking out Phillip Evans. This was Boxberger's fourth save of the season, but he only got the nod since Josh Hader is out due to the COVID-19 protocols.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Picks up win Friday

    Boxberger (4-2) pitched two perfect innings and struck out one to earn the win over Atlanta on Friday. Starter Corbin Burnes wasn't at his best, and Boxberger entered with two on and no outs in the fifth inning. The 33-year-old reliever escaped the jam without trouble and ended up with his first win since June 26. The right-hander has a 2.74 ERA, 1.10 WHIP and 52:20 K:BB through 42.2 innings this season. He's added three saves and 13 holds, indicating he typically enters games later than he did Friday.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Should be available Wednesday

    Boxberger (shoulder) is expected to be available out of the bullpen for Wednesday's game against the Royals after he checked out fine following a throwing session Tuesday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. The Brewers have stayed away from Boxberger for their past two games while he's dealt with a stiff right shoulder, but his ability to throw Tuesday without discomfort seemingly clears up any threat of him landing on the injured list. With 12 holds and three saves to go with a 3.03 ERA and 1.14 WHIP over 42 appearances this season, Boxberger has become a trusted late-inning arm for manager Craig Counsell.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Good chance to avoid injured list

    Boxberger (shoulder) said following his Tuesday throwing session that he's confident he'll avoid a trip to the injured list, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Boxberger exited Saturday's game after experiencing stiffness in his throwing shoulder. The right-hander threw Tuesday for the first time since the issue arose, and it sounds like he's trending toward remaining on the active roster. The right-hander seems very unlikely to pitch in Tuesday's game against Kansas City, but assuming he does indeed avoid the IL, a Wednesday return to the mound could be in the realm of possibility.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Able to throw

    Boxberger (shoulder) played catch Tuesday so the team could evaluate him, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Boxberger pitched in the first two games of the second half but left Saturday's contest with the shoulder issue. It's good news that he hasn't been shut down completely, but the Brewers won't know whether he needs a trip to the injured list until they see how his shoulder responds to the throwing session.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Day-to-day with shoulder stiffness

    Manager Craig Counsell said following Saturday's win over the Reds that Boxberger exited the contest with right shoulder stiffness, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Boxberger left after allowing a game-tying homer to Jonathan India in the bottom of the eighth inning. His velocity appeared to be down during the relief appearance, which makes sense given that he is dealing with a shoulder issue. The skipper labeled the right-hander day-to-day, so it remains to be seen if he'll be available for Sunday's series finale.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Exits Saturday with apparent injury

    Boxberger left Saturday's game against Cincinnati due to an undisclosed injury, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Boxberger entered with the Brewers leading 3-2 in the bottom of the eighth, but he quickly exited after allowing a game-tying homer to Jonathan India. Per Nightengale, the right-hander's velocity was down. Milwaukee will likely provide an update following Saturday's game, and until then, the reliever can be considered day-to-day.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Earns third save

    Boxberger allowed one hit over a scoreless ninth inning Sunday and picked up a save against Colorado. Boxberger worked around a two-out single by Trevor Story to finish off the 7-6 win Sunday. The 33-year-old has now converted all three of his save chances this season, including two in June. He owns a 3.03 ERA and a 31:8 K:BB through 29.2 innings.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Notches second save

    Boxberger allowed one hit in a scoreless ninth inning Friday, striking out one batter and earning a save over Arizona. Boxberger gave up a leadoff single to Carson Kelly but quickly finished off the next three batters to earn his first save since April 7. He's converted his only two save chances this season and has seven holds alongside a 3.04 ERA. He won't get regular looks in the ninth inning as long as Josh Hader is healthy and dealing.
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  • Brewers' Brad Boxberger: Snags second win

    Boxberger threw a scoreless 10th frame and picked up the win in Monday's extra-inning victory over the Tigers. Boxberger spent the early portion of May working in middle relief, but he has played a more prominent role since the Brewers traded J.P. Feyereisen to the Rays on May 21, and that has resulted in him picking up two wins since that date. The veteran righty has allowed just one hit and posted a 6:2 K:BB in five scoreless innings over his last six appearances, so expect him to remain in the late-inning mix for the time being.
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