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May 24, 2023 5.1 1 0 2.25 21.5
May 19, 2023 6.0 0 0 3.07 18
May 13, 2023 4.0 0 0 5.19 1
May 7, 2023 4.2 0 0 3.86 6.5

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2023 4711.8 20.0 1 14 4 2.25 1.25
2022 146.56.7 102.7 6 10 69 47 4.73 1.46
2021 298.510.7 142.3 10 6 105 64 3.23 1.28
3y Avg. 169.58.1 100.3 6 7 73 44 4.13 1.39
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Blanks Houston in win

    Houser (1-0) earned the win Wednesday, allowing two hits and one walk across 5.1 scoreless innings during a 4-0 win over the Astros. He struck out three. Houser allowed back-to-back hitters to reach with two outs in the first, but he ended the inning by retiring Jose Abreu. Including Abreu, the right-hander retired 14 straight batters before Mauricio Dubon reached on an error in the sixth. Alex Bregman followed that up with a double, but Joel Payamps was able to keep Houser's ledger clean by getting back-to-back outs to end the threat. When Houser's inducing grounders like he was Wednesday, he's tough to crack, and after struggling in his first two starts of the season, he's tossed 11.1 scoreless innings over his last two outings. Houser holds a modest 14:4 K:BB across four appearances (20 innings).
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Six scoreless in no-decision

    Houser did not factor into the decision Friday, tossing six scoreless innings in which he allowed four hits and one walk during a 1-0 loss to the Rays. He struck out four. Houser's start to the season was delayed by a stint on the injured list, and he wasn't sharp in his first two outings, allowing five runs on 15 hits across 8.2 innings. However, the right-hander found his form Friday and tossed six shutout frames against Tampa Bay's stout offense. Houser will look to make it back-to-back quality starts next time out, which is tentatively scheduled for the finale of a three-game set versus Houston.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Goes just four innings Saturday

    Houser allowed three runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out two batters over four-plus innings in a no-decision against Kansas City on Saturday. Houser was somewhat fortunate to have escaped the outing with just three runs on his ledger, as he allowed multiple baserunners in each of his four full frames. The right-hander remained in the contest to begin the fifth but was yanked after surrendering a leadoff solo homer to Salvador Perez. Houser didn't fool many batters with just five swinging strikes, and he needed 88 pitches to get just 12 outs. He'll likely remain in the rotation for the time being, though he's failed to impress through his first two starts, allowing five runs and 15 hits over 8.2 frames.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Stays in rotation

    Brewers manager Craig Counsell confirmed that Houser is slated to start Saturday's game against the Royals at American Family Field, Sophia Minnaert of Bally Sports Wisconsin reports. Milwaukee appears to have selected Houser as its fifth member of the rotation over Colin Rea, who appeared out of the bullpen in Wednesday's 8-1 loss to the Dodgers after starting in each of his prior five outings with the Brewers. Houser had been on the injured list all season with a groin injury before being reinstated last Sunday. In his 2023 debut against the Giants, Houser took a no-decision while striking out five over 4.2 innings and allowing two earned runs on seven hits and one walk. Houser could make for a useful streaming option against a weak Royals offense this weekend, but he'll likely struggle to maintain lasting season-long value outside of NL-only leagues.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Solid in return

    Houser allowed two runs on seven hits and a walk while striking out five over 4.2 innings, taking a no-decision versus the Giants on Sunday. Houser missed the first month-plus of the regular season with a groin injury. He wasn't very efficient, needing 87 pitches (53 strikes) to get through his season debut, but he was able to put in a solid performance despite ending up an out short of qualifying for the win. The right-hander posted a 4.73 ERA, 1.46 WHIP and 69:47 K:BB through 102.2 innings last season. If he can trim his walk rate a bit in 2023, he may be slightly better than the back-end rotation option he's been recently. Houser's next start is projected for a favorable home matchup versus the Royals next weekend.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Reinstated to start Sunday

    Houser (groin) was activated from the 15-day injured list to start Sunday against the Giants, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Houser opened the season in the injured list with a groin injury but is ready to join the big-league rotation after a four-game rehab stint with Triple-A Nashville, during which he allowed five runs with a 12:5 K:BB in 14.2 frames. The 30-year-old threw 80 pitches over five innings during the final rehab outing, so he should be cleared for close to a full workload in his season debut Sunday in San Francisco.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Likely to start Sunday

    Houser (groin) is likely to make his season debut Sunday against the Giants, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. It seems as though the only reason Houser isn't already officially being listed as Sunday's starter is because it's possible he might be needed before then. Colin Rea is expected to start Saturday before ceding his spot in the Brewers' rotation to Houser. Houser has been out all season with a groin injury, but he is ready to roll after holding a 3.07 ERA in four rehab outings.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Could make start against Giants

    Brewers manager Craig Counsell said Tuesday that Houser (groin), who remains on the 15-day injured list and is on a rehab assignment, is trending toward making a start soon for the big-league club, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. McCalvy believes that start could come against the Giants in the Brewers' upcoming three-game series in San Francisco this weekend. Houser covered five innings and 80 pitches last Friday in his most recent rehab start for Triple-A Nashville, allowing three runs. The Brewers haven't officially decided on Houser's next step or his role once he's activated, but if he joins the rotation, he would likely be replacing Colin Rea as the team's No. 5 starter.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Covers five frames Friday

    Houser (groin) worked five innings and struck out three while giving up three earned runs on three hits and two walks Friday in his most recent rehab start for Triple-A Nashville. Over the course of his four rehab starts, Houser has posted a 3.07 ERA and 1.50 WHIP, and after covering five innings and 80 pitches Friday, he appears to be fully stretched out for a starting role. According to Sophia Minnaert of Bally Sports Wisconsin, Brewers general manager Matt Arnold said Sunday that Houser's role upon returning from the 15-day injured list is to be determined, but it could hinge on how Colin Rea performs in his start Sunday against the Angels. If Rea struggles, Houser could replace him in the rotation as soon as the Brewers' upcoming series in Colorado that begins Tuesday.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Getting another rehab start

    Brewers manager Craig Counsell said Monday that Houser (groin) will make one more rehab start at Triple-A Nashville prior to being activated from the 15-day injured list, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Though Houser stretched out to 69 pitches and was sharp over his 4.2-inning appearance with Nashville on Sunday, the Brewers will have him build up a little more in the minors. Stashing Houser in the minors for at least another week will also give Milwaukee more time to decide whether to bring him back as their new fifth starter or to stick with Colin Rea in that role. Rea has been solid through his first two starts (4.22 ERA, 0.94 WHIP in 10.2 innings) and will take the hill again Monday versus the Tigers, but he doesn't have much of a recent big-league track record to fall back on compared to Houser.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Impresses in latest rehab start

    Houser (groin) worked 4.2 scoreless innings in his rehab start Sunday for Triple-A Nashville, striking out two while allowing six hits and no walks. The right-hander built up to 69 pitches (46 strikes) in the third outing of his rehab assignment and was in control throughout the day, as none of the six hits he allowed went for extra bases. Before landing on the injured list prior to Opening Day with a right groin issue, Houser appeared to be ticketed for a bullpen role, but the Brewers now appear to be prepping him for a potential rotation spot with long-term injuries to Brandon Woodruff (shoulder) and Aaron Ashby (shoulder) having already tested the team's depth. For the time being, Colin Rea is locked in as the Brewers' No. 5 starter, but a poor outing Monday versus a weak Detroit offense could result in a demotion back to Triple-A. Houser will likely be the next man up if the Brewers decide to move Rea out of the rotation or if another starter succumbs to an injury.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Goes three innings in rehab start

    Houser (groin) allowed two runs over three innings of work with a walk and five strikeouts in a rehab appearance for Triple-A Nashville on Tuesday. Houser threw 59 pitches, with 37 of them landing for strikes. It's the second rehab appearance for the right-hander as he works his way back from groin tightness that has sidelined him for the beginning of the 2023 campaign. Assuming a positive report following the outing, there's a good chance Houser joins the Brewers as a multi-inning relief option by the end of the week.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Making first rehab start Friday

    Houser (groin) will begin his rehab assignment Friday with Triple-A Nashville, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Houser hasn't pitched in a game since exiting a spring training appearance with groin tightness March 25. If all goes well, Houser could return to the Brewers' bullpen within a week or so as a multi-inning reliever.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Starting rehab assignment Sunday

    Houser (groin) threw a bullpen session Saturday and will head to Triple-A Nashville to being a rehab assignment, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. As expected, Houser will work as a multi-inning reliever on the rehab assignment, which is the role he'll fill when he's with the Brewers. The right-hander is expected to need a few weeks of appearances before he's back with the Milwaukee pitching staff.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Goes on IL

    Brewers manager Craig Counsell said Wednesday that Houser (groin) will open the season on the 15-day injured list and is expected to miss about three weeks, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Houser suffered the right groin injury in Saturday's outing versus Oakland. The right-hander, who regressed with a 4.73 ERA as a starter last season, could see time as both a starter and reliever once off the injured list.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Getting evaluated Sunday

    Houser will be examined Sunday after leaving Saturday's outing against the Athletics with groin tightness, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Houser dealt with groin problems earlier in the spring and also at the end of the 2022 season, so the Brewers will take extra caution to make sure there isn't anything more significant to the issue he experienced Saturday. A trip to the injured list to begin the 2023 season remains a possibility at this stage.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Exits with groin tightness

    Houser left Saturday's game against the Athletics with groin tightness, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Houser has dealt with tightness in his groin both early in the spring and also at the end of the 2022 campaign. He'll be reevaluated on Sunday to help determine his status going forward. If healthy, Houser is expected to pitch in the bullpen to begin the season.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Exits with trainer

    Houser exited his outing Saturday against the Athletics with a trainer, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The nature and severity of Houser's injury are not yet clear. He was expected to open the year in the bullpen but looked like one of the top options for a spot start in the absence of Aaron Ashby (shoulder). If Houser misses time as well, Bryse Wilson could fill that role instead.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Likely to start season in bullpen

    Houser will pitch out of the bullpen for the Brewers to begin 2023, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports. Milwaukee's rotation is full at the moment with Corbin Burnes, Brandon Woodruff, Freddy Peralta, Eric Lauer and Wade Miley all cemented as starters to begin the year. That means Houser will shift to a bullpen role with the ability to start if one or more of those players was to miss time. The 30-year-old was shaky over his 21 starts (22 total appearances) in 2022 with a 4.73 ERA, 69:47 K:BB and 1.46 WHIP so it's not a surprise that the Brewers are opting to go with some more consistent options in the starting group. Houser can safely be ignored in fantasy formats as a multi-inning reliever who isn't likely to rack up the strikeouts or pick up saves.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Making spring debut

    Houser (groin) is scheduled to start Monday's Cactus League game against the Royals. Houser likely won't be asked to work more than two innings while he makes his first appearance since exiting a Sept. 27 start against the Cardinals last season due to a right groin strain. The Brewers provided no indication that Houser required offseason surgery to address the injury, so he was presumably able to go through a normal throwing progression over the winter to put him a good spot heading into spring training. Unless the Brewers elect to expand their Opening Day rotation to six men, Houser may have to settle for a long-relief role to begin the season if all of Corbin Burnes, Brandon Woodruff, Freddy Peralta, Eric Lauer and Wade Miley are available.
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