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Sep 27, 2022 5 3 3.79 4 9
Sep 25, 2022 4 3 3.86 4 1
Sep 23, 2022 4 3 3.88 4 10
Sep 18, 2022 4 3 3.96 3 3.5
Sep 16, 2022 4 3 4.03 3 8.5

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2022 1502.7 54.7 5 3 4 44 18 3.79 1.08
2021 1482.3 61.3 2 2 74 19 2.79 0.88
2020 33.51.6 20.7 1 31 12 3.92 1.40
3y Avg. 691.9 34.7 2 1 40 13 3.38 1.07
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Earns win in relief

    Tepera (5-3) earned the win in Tuesday's 4-3 victory over the Athletics, firing a scoreless eighth inning during which he allowed one hit and did not record a strikeout. Tepera entered with the game tied 3-3 in the eighth inning and was able to set Oakland down on just nine pitches. Jo Adell proceeded to hit an RBI single in the ninth inning to give the Angels and Tepera the win. Over his last five appearances dating back to Sept. 16, Tepera has recorded two saves, a hold and a win while surrendering just one earned run. He has a 3.79 ERA over 54.2 innings on the campaign.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Picks up fourth save

    Tepera gave up one hit and no walks in a scoreless ninth inning of work to earn the save in a 4-2 victory over the Twins on Friday. He struck out two. Tepera recorded three outs on 15 pitches to notch his fourth save of the season. He is part of a closer committee in Los Angeles and now has two saves and two wins with an ERA of 4.50 in September. The veteran right-hander has a WHIP of 1.09 in 53.1 innings this season.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Secures third save

    Tepera allowed one run on one hit and struck out one in the ninth inning to earn the save in Friday's 8-7 win over the Mariners. Tepera yielded a one-out solo shot to Carlos Santana but still managed to get the job done after that. The right-handed reliever has had a shaky September, allowing four runs (three earned) over five innings across five appearances. The save was his third of the season and his first opportunity since a blown save Aug. 24 versus the Rays. Tepera has a 4.03 ERA, 1.09 WHIP and 39:18 K:BB through 51.1 innings while adding 16 holds and a 4-3 record, so he's still seeing his fair share of high-leverage chances despite middling results. Jimmy Herget, who has blown his first two save chances in September, earned a hold with a scoreless eighth inning while facing the top of the Mariners' order.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Nabs win in relief

    Tepera (4-2) earned the extra-inning win over Detroit on Tuesday, pitching two frames and allowing an unearned run on two hits while notching two strikeouts. Tepera entered in the ninth inning with the score knotted at 3-3 and kept the game tied. He remained in the contest for the 10th and allowed the automatic runner to score with two outs, but the Angels stormed back for two runs in the bottom of the frame to get Tepera the win. The veteran reliever has posted a 1.35 ERA, 0.68 WHIP and 8:2 K:BB over 13.1 innings while picking up three wins, a save and a hold across 12 contests since July 27.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Reinstated from restricted list

    Tepera (personal) was reinstated from the restricted list Monday. Tepera is unvaccinated, so he was unavailable for the Angels' series in Toronto over the weekend. However, he'll rejoin the team ahead of Monday's series opener against the Yankees. Over his last seven appearances, he's posted a 1.29 ERA and 0.71 WHIP in seven innings.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Won't play in Canada

    Tepera was placed on the restricted list Friday ahead of the Angels' three-game series in Toronto, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. The timing indicates that Tepera has made himself ineligible to cross the border into Canada by declining to get vaccinated against COVID-19. He'll presumably remain on the restricted list until the Angels return stateside to host the Yankees on Monday. Jose Quijada and Jimmy Herget line up as potential closer candidates should the Angels generate a save opportunity in Toronto.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Blows fifth save

    Tepera blew the save in Wednesday's 4-3 extra-innings loss to the Rays. He allowed one run on one hit without allowing a walk or recording a strikeout over one inning. Interim manager Phil Nevin turned to Tepera in the eighth inning with the Angels up 1-0 and the top of the Rays lineup due up. Tepera allowed a run to score after a leadoff single by Yandy Diaz, a stolen base by pinch runner Jose Siri and a couple of groundouts. While the 34-year-old has now blown five saves, this was his first since June 7. He should still be firmly in the mix for save opportunities, although they may be few and far between for a struggling Angels team.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Snags win in extra innings

    Tepera (2-2) earned the extra-innings win Saturday over the Twins, allowing a walk and striking out one without allowing a hit in a scoreless inning. Tepera worked the 11th inning and ended up with the win after Taylor Ward hit a walkoff home run. In his last seven appearances, Tepera has allowed three hits, one walk and one hit batter while striking out four without allowing a run. The closer role is still up for grabs, with Tepera, Jose Quijada, Jimmy Herget and Jesse Chavez all receiving high-leverage chances since Raisel Iglesias was traded to Atlanta last week. Tepera's current scoreless streak bodes well for his chances to keep getting save chances. He's converted two while adding 15 holds and posting a 3.77 ERA, 1.09 WHIP and 33:17 K:BB through 43 innings this year.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Notches second save

    Tepera picked up a save with a perfect ninth inning against the Athletics on Monday. Tepera needed just six pitches to quickly finish off the 1-0 victory. He earned his first save since May 1 and has now converted two of his six chances this season. The veteran righty has turned in five straight scoreless appearances, lowering his season ERA to 3.95 through 41 innings.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Was unavailable Friday

    Tepera was unavailable Friday against the Mariners but interim manager Phil Nevin said Tepera should be available Saturday, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. The Angels won 4-3 in 10 innings, with Jose Quijada pitching the eighth, Jesse Chavez blowing a save in the ninth, and Jimmy Herget getting the save in the 10th inning. The expectation would have been for Tepera to factor somewhere in that mix, but he was unavailable for an unknown reason. He most recently logged a scoreless frame Thursday against Oakland.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Tagged with loss Sunday

    Tepera (1-2) took the loss against Houston on Sunday, allowing two runs on two hits over two-thirds of an inning. Tepera was asked to handle the bottom of the ninth inning with the game tied 2-2. The right-hander got two outs on his first three pitches before giving up a single to Jose Altuve. Tepera then served up a game-winning two-run home run to Jeremy Pena. This was Tepera's first appearance since serving a two-game suspension for his role in a brawl with the Mariners on June 26. It was also the first time he has given up multiple runs in an appearance since May 17.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Suspension reduced

    Tepera's suspension was reduced to two games and will begin Friday, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. Tepera was one of a large number of players issued suspensions after Sunday's brawl with the Mariners. Tepera was initially suspended three games but remained active while appealing his ban. He'll now miss Friday and Saturday's games against Houston but will return for Sunday's series finale.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Handed three-game ban

    Tepera has been suspended three games for his actions in Sunday's brawl against the Mariners, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. Tepera was among seven players to receive discipline for the altercation. He is appealing the decision, so he will be available out of the bullpen until a final ruling is issued.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Records 12th hold

    Tepera earned a hold against Oakland on Sunday, striking out both batters he faced in the eighth inning. Starter Patrick Sandoval gave the Angels seven strong innings before beginning to falter in the eighth, and Tepera was brought in with a pair of runners on base and only one out. The righty reliever cooled the threat by striking out Sheldon Neuse and Seth Brown swinging. The hold was Tepera's league-leading 12th of the campaign.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Notches eighth hold

    Tepera allowed two runs (one earned) on one hit and one walk while striking out three batters over 1.1 innings to earn a hold against the Rays on Monday. Tepera entered in the sixth inning and retired two batters to close out the frame. He started the seventh and struck out the first two hitters he faced but then allowed a single and walk before being pulled. Both baserunners eventually came around to score, and Tepera was charged with his first earned run since his first appearance of the season. The right-hander has been very good on the campaign, posting a 1.88 ERA, 0.77 WHIP and 12:6 K:BB across 14.1 innings. He is tied for second in the majors with eight holds.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Earns one-out save

    Tepera recorded one out to earn a save over the White Sox on Sunday. Tepera entered the game with two outs and the bases loaded after Raisel Iglesias faltered. He got Gavin Sheets to ground out and preserve the 6-5 win. Tepera now has one save and six holds with a 1.64 ERA through 11 innings this season.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Picks up fourth hold

    Tepera secured a hold against Cleveland on Monday with a perfect inning. The righty reliever served as an eighth-inning bridge to closer Raisel Iglesias and had little trouble in his frame, needing only eight pitches to set the side down in order. Tepera gave up two runs in his first appearance of the campaign but hasn't been scored upon since, yielding only one hit and posting an 8:3 K:BB over his past 7.2 innings.
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  • Angels' Ryan Tepera: Yields two homers in Angels debut

    Tepera pitched one inning against Houston on Thursday, allowing two runs on two hits. He did not walk or strike out any batters. The right-hander signed a two-year contract with the Angels in mid-March following a standout 2021 campaign during which he notched 21 holds and posted a 2.79 ERA, 0.88 WHIP and 74:19 K:BB across 61.1 innings between the Cubs and White Sox. Tepera struggled in his first game with Los Angeles, however, giving up solo home runs to Alex Bregman and Yordan Alvarez after Shohei Ohtani and three relievers had combined to surrender just one run over the contest's first seven innings. Despite the disappointing appearance in the Angels' opener, Tepera figures to be one of the team's top setup men behind Raisel Iglesias this season.
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  • White Sox's Ryan Tepera: Eventful return

    Tepera allowed two hits and two walks over a scoreless seventh inning in Friday's 8-1 win over Detroit. Tepera was reinstated from the injured list after missing time due to a laceration on his right index finger. He managed to dance around four baserunners with the help of a double-play ball. Manager Tony La Russa said Tepera will pitch again Sunday before the club makes a determination about his postseason status. Despite the lopsided nature of the contest, the White Sox deployed what looks like a playoff-ready bullpen. Tepera followed Garrett Crochet before giving way to Craig Kimbrel and Liam Hendriks.
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  • White Sox's Ryan Tepera: Returns from injured list

    Tepera (finger) was activated from the injured list Friday, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Tepera has missed three weeks with a finger laceration, but he'll return in time to make a tune-up appearance or two prior to the playoffs. Mike Wright was designated for assignment to clear a spot on the roster.
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