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Fantasy Points
Sep 28, 2022 2 3 1.56 8 3
Sep 27, 2022 2 3 1.59 8 -1
Sep 23, 2022 2 3 1.47 8 0.5
Sep 17, 2022 2 3 1.48 8 2
Sep 15, 2022 2 3 1.51 8 3.5

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Innings Pitched
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 217.53.2 63.3 2 3 8 75 17 1.56 0.76
2021 22.51.9 10.7 1 19 6 5.91 1.50
2020 38.53 13.7 2 1 21 8 3.29 1.24
3y Avg. 42.52.7 15.3 2 0 19 8 3.52 1.24
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Fantasy News

  • Rays' Jason Adam: Coughs up lead

    Adam (2-3) alowed two earmed runs on two hits while striking out one across one inning to take the loss Monday against the Blue Jays. Adam entered the game in a setup role with a one-run lead in the eighth inning. However, he allowed a leadoff single and then served up a two-run home run to Bo Bichette to blow the advantage. Adam has an excellent 1.54 ERA with a 0.69 WHIP with a 71:14 K:BB accross 58.1 innings while serving as a part-time closer for the season, though he's now given up four earned runs across his last 7.2 frames.
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  • Rays' Jason Adam: Picks up save

    Adam picked up the save Saturday against the Yankees, allowing one run on one hit while striking out two and walking none over one inning. Adam allowed a solo shot to Aaron Judge in the top of the ninth, but it would turn out not to matter as the reliever would close out the inning and earn the save. It was his eighth save of the season and put him one ahead of Colin Poche for the team lead. There are 10 Rays pitchers with at least one save this season, but Brooks Raley, Poche and Adam seem to be the favorites as they have six, seven and eight saves respectively. This is clearly a bullpen-by-committee approach, but with a talented team like the Rays, there is still value in rostering Adam even if he does not earn every save chance, as he's maintained sparkling ratios (1.30 ERA, 0.65 WHIP) through 55.1 innings this year.
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  • Rays' Jason Adam: Possible waiver wire pickups

    The Rays are notorious for closer fakeouts, but it feels like Adam's rise to the role has been a long time coming given his 1.13 ERA, 0.63 WHIP and 10.6 K/9 on the year. The Rays have mostly mixed and matched since losing Andrew Kittredge to Tommy John surgery and will always do so more than the average club, but as long as Adam is getting at least a 50 percent share, he'll be a solid play in Fantasy. His past three appearances, all on consecutive days, saw him work the ninth inning, twice for the save and once with a four-run lead. He has three of the Rays' four saves in August.
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  • Rays' Jason Adam: Picks up seventh save

    Adam earned the save Tuesday, striking out two in 1.1 innings in a 3-1 victory over the Yankees. Adam entered the game in the eighth inning with two outs and one on to face Aaron Judge and got the slugger to ground out. He then worked a perfect ninth, including fanning Anthony Rizzo and Jose Trevino. Adam has been called upon to finish out the last three ballgames for the Rays, saving Sunday's contest against Baltimore and finishing Monday's 4-0 victory over New York. His seven saves are tied for the team lead with Colin Poche and Brooks Raley.
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  • Rays' Jason Adam: Earns sixth save

    Adam picked up the save Sunday against Baltimore, striking out the only two batters he faced in a 4-1 victory. Adam came on in the ninth inning with one out and one on and needed only eight pitches to strike out both Cedric Mullins and Adley Rutschman. It was his sixth save this season and second this month. The 31-year-old has not allowed a run in his last eight outings, giving up one hit and a walk while striking out eight in 8.1 innings in that span. He'll continue to get occasional save chances, but those opportunities will likely remain unpredictable as the Rays continue to employ a closer committee.
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  • Rays' Jason Adam: Nails down fifth save

    Adam struck out two in a perfect ninth inning Wednesday to record his fifth save of the season in a 3-2 win over the Blue Jays. The 30-year-old right-hander continues to be a key member of the Rays' late-inning committee. Adam has picked up three saves and five holds in 13 appearances since the beginning of July while being scored upon only once in that stretch, posting a 0.75 ERA, 0.42 WHIP and 18:0 K:BB over his last 12 innings.
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  • Rays' Jason Adam: Picks up save Sunday

    Adam earned the save Sunday, striking out one in the ninth inning of a 7-5 victory over Baltimore. Facing the top three hitters in the Orioles' lineup, Adam got two groundouts and a strikeout en route to his fourth save of the season. The 30-year-old ends the first half having set career highs in nearly every counting category and posting his best rate stats as well. With a 1.41 ERA, 0.70 WHIP and 46:8 K:BB, Adam is in the upper echelon of relievers in baseball in 2022.
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  • Rays' Jason Adam: Records third save

    Adam struck out the only two batters he faced and earned a save over the Blue Jays on Sunday. Adam finished off the 7-3 win in quick fashion after Shawn Armstrong ran into some trouble in the ninth inning. The 30-year-old righty needed just seven pitches to pick up his first save since June 9. Adam lowered his season ERA to 1.44 with a 35:8 K:BB through 34 appearances.
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  • Rays' Jason Adam: Takes second loss

    Adam (0-2) allowed two earned runs on two hits to take the loss Monday against the Yankees. Adam entered the game with the score knotted at two in the ninth inning. He got the first out, but then allowed a single, a triple and a sacrifice fly to account for the runs and take the loss. His usage Monday fell in line with that of a traditional closer, but he entered in the fourth inning Sunday. That suggests Adam is being used as the primary high-leverage reliever out of the Tampa Bay bullpen. He has been excellent regardless of usage this season, maintaining a 1.30 ERA and 0.69 WHIP across 27.2 innings.
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  • Rays' Jason Adam: Enters in fourth inning

    Adam recorded one out without allowing a baserunner to record a hold Saturday against the Orioles. Adam's outing was brief and not particularly notable, though he followed starter Jeffrey Springs into the game in the fourth inning. Adam picked up his second save of the season June 9 -- which came after Andrew Kittredge (elbow) went down -- but Colin Poche closed out Saturday's win. Adam has been excellent this season by maintaining a 0.68 ERA, 0.64 WHIP and 30:8 K:BB, though it appears that he will be reserved for high-leverage scenarios rather than a traditional ninth-inning role.
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  • Rays' Jason Adam: Winds up with first career save

    Adam struck out one in a perfect ninth inning Friday to record his first career save in a 5-2 win over the Blue Jays. Andrew Kittredge, who wound up getting the win, and Brooks Raley both worked in the eighth inning, and manager Kevin Cash chose Adam to handle the ninth against the middle of the Toronto order. The 30-year-old needed 17 pitches (nine strikes), but he got the job done. Adam has been sharp this season while primarily working in middle relief, adding two holds to his save over 14 appearances with a 1.26 ERA, 0.56 WHIP and 18:4 K:BB through 14.1 innings.
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  • Rays' Jason Adam: Signs one-year deal with Rays

    Adam joined the Rays on a one-year, $900,000 deal Thursday, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. The 30-year-old righty was non-tendered by the Cubs after posting a 5.91 ERA in a small sample of 10.2 innings last season, but the Rays evidently saw enough to offer him a major-league deal. His appeal is likely related to his ability to miss bats, as he owns a 37.0 percent strikeout rate in 24.1 innings across the last two seasons, which should theoretically be high enough to offset his 13.0 percent walk rate.
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  • Cubs' Jason Adam: Recalled by Cubs

    Adam was recalled from Triple-A Iowa on Tuesday, Meghan Montemurro of the Chicago Tribune reports. Adam was called up as the 29th man for Friday's doubleheader against the Cardinals, and he made his first major-league appearance since May 9. He struck out three in a perfect relief inning and will provide an extra arm in the Cubs' bullpen late in the season.
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  • Cubs' Jason Adam: Selected, added as 29th man

    Adam's contract was selected from Triple-A Iowa and he will be the 29th man for Friday's doubleheader against the Cardinals, Sahadev Sharma of The Athletic reports. Adam has managed a 1.80 ERA in five minor-league innings this month, but his 8.22 mark with the Cubs earlier this season suggests he'll likely be limited to low-leverage relief work, if anything, during Friday's doubleheader.
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  • Cubs' Jason Adam: Re-signs with Cubs

    Adam (ankle) re-signed Monday with the Cubs on a minor-league contract. Adam posted an 8.22 ERA and 1.96 WHIP across nine appearances out of the big-league bullpen earlier this season before he was designated for assignment in late May. The roster move came shortly after Adam sustained an ankle injury that required surgery, and the Cubs ultimately released him once he cleared waivers. Nearly six weeks after being cut loose, Adam is back with the Cubs, signaling that the organization is comfortable with where he stands on the health front. The veteran right-hander will report to the Cubs' Arizona Complex League affiliate as he looks to build up following the long layoff, but he's expected to eventually settle at Triple-A Iowa.
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  • Cubs' Jason Adam: Designated for assignment

    The Cubs designated Adam (ankle) for assignment Tuesday, Maddie Lee of NBC Sports Chicago reports. The move comes three days after Adam underwent left ankle surgery. Adam figures to clear waivers, considering the injury and his struggles at the big-league level this season. The Cubs needed to remove him from the 40-man roster to make room for Patrick Wisdom, whom they recalled Tuesday for added infield depth.
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  • Cubs' Jason Adam: Undergoes ankle surgery

    Adam underwent surgery to repair a dislocated left ankle Friday, Andy Martinez of Marquee Sports Network reports. Recovery from the procedure will likely keep Adam out for an extended period, though the Cubs didn't specify exactly how long they expect him to be out. He's made nine appearances at the big-league level this season, struggling to an 8.22 ERA and 1.96 WHIP, but was pitching for Triple-A Iowa when he suffered the injury.
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  • Cubs' Jason Adam: Joins big-league club

    Adam was recalled from Triple-A Iowa on Friday, Maddie Lee of NBC Sports Chicago reports. The 30-year-old was optioned to the alternate site last week but will rejoin the Cubs ahead of Friday's series opener versus the Pirates. Adam has surrendered seven runs on seven hits with a 10:6 K:BB across 6.2 innings out of the bullpen this season.
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  • Cubs' Jason Adam: Optioned to alternate camp

    Adam was optioned to the Cubs' alternate training site Monday. Adam was roughed up in his relief appearance in Sunday's loss to the Brewers, as he allowed five runs on three hits and two walks while failing to record an out. As a result, he'll be sent to the team's alternate camp for the time being. Right-hander Trevor Megill's contract was selected by the Cubs as part of a shuffle after Jonathan Holder (shoulder) and Rowan Wick (oblique) were transferred to the 60-day injured list.
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  • Cubs' Jason Adam: Placed on injured list

    Adam was placed on the COVID-19 injured list Monday. Adam had pitched in each of the past two games and had posted a 2.45 ERA and 1.64 ERA with seven strikeouts in 3.2 innings to begin the season. He'll be eligible to return to the roster as soon as he clears the league's health and safety protocols, though it's unclear if he's contracted COVID-19 himself or if he's simply been exposed to someone else who did.
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