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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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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
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 2249.7 111.3 8 5 96 34 4.12 1.39
2022 146.56.7 102.7 6 10 69 47 4.73 1.46
3y Avg. 2229.3 118.7 8 7 90 48 3.94 1.37
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  • Mets' Adrian Houser: Reaches deal with Mets

    Houser signed a one-year, $5.05 million contract with the Mets on Thursday to avoid arbitration, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports. The Mets acquired Houser from the Brewers in late December, and he projects to serve as rotation depth in 2024. In a similar role for Milwaukee in 2023, he posted a 4.12 ERA and 1.39 WHIP across 111.1 frames. While those are pedestrian numbers, Houser did manage to reach a 20 percent strikeout rate for the first time since 2019.
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  • Mets' Adrian Houser: Traded to Mets

    The Mets acquired Houser and Tyrone Taylor from the Brewers on Wednesday in exchange for Coleman Crow (elbow), Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. Houser posted a decent 4.12 ERA and 96:34 K:BB over 111.1 innings (21 starts, two relief appearances) last season for Milwaukee, but he is due to make around $5.6 million in 2024, his third and final year of salary arbitration. That's a more palatable figure for the Mets than it was for the cost-conscious Brew Crew, though Houser will have to battle for a rotation spot in Queens and might wind up working in long relief.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Tosses scoreless outing

    Houser (8-5) allowed three hits and two walks over five scoreless frames Sunday, striking out five and picking up a win over the Cubs. Houser worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the first inning and steered clear of danger for the rest of his outing. It was his first scoreless start since May 24. He's given up two or fewer earned runs in five of his last six starts, registering a 3.21 ERA during that span. Houser turned in a 4.12 ERA and a 96:34 K:BB through 111.1 innings during his 2023 regular season.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Lackluster against Cardinals

    Houser (7-5) took the loss Tuesday, allowing four runs on three hits and two walks over five innings against St. Louis. He struck out five. Despite retiring the first nine batters he faced, Houser finished Tuesday's start with four earned runs, including a solo homer allowed to Tommy Edman in the fifth. Houser's struggles resulted in his first loss since Aug. 15, though he missed a couple of weeks with an elbow injury since that point. He'll likely take the mound once more before the end of the regular season to take on the Cubs at American Family Field on Sunday.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Grabs seventh win

    Houser (7-4) allowed one run on four hits and two walks while striking out four over six innings to earn the win over the Cardinals on Wednesday. Houser has won both of his starts since returning from an elbow injury, allowing three runs over 11 innings in those outings. He limited the damage to an RBI single from Paul Goldschmidt in the first inning. Houser is at a 4.35 ERA, 1.43 WHIP and 86:30 K:BB through 101.1 innings across 21 appearances (19 starts), but he's limited opponents to two runs or fewer in four of his last seven outings. The 30-year-old is lined up for a rematch at home versus the Cardinals next week.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Earns win in return

    Houser (6-4) earned the win Thursday, allowing two runs on five hits over five innings against Miami while striking out five. He did not issue any walks. Houser allowed a leadoff double to Luis Arraez to open the game, eventually leading to one run coming across for Miami in the first. The right-hander then retired nine of the next 10 batters he faced before surrendering a second run in the fifth. It was a solid outing for Houser in his return from the 15-day injured list (elbow), and he's now allowed three or fewer runs in three of his last four starts. He's also won three of his last four decisions (spanning six starts).
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Activated for start Thursday

    Houser (elbow) was activated from the 15-day injured list ahead of his start Thursday versus the Marlins. Houser is back in the Milwaukee rotation after missing a couple of weeks due to swelling in his right elbow. He had posted a 5.77 ERA over his last 39 innings (eight starts) prior to the IL stint and might be on a limited pitch count in his return outing Thursday against Miami after skipping a minor-league rehab assignment.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Returning to rotation Thursday

    Houser (elbow) will be activated from the 15-day injured list to start Thursday's game against the Marlins, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Houser needed just a couple weeks of rest to recover from the elbow swelling that sent him to the IL on Aug. 28. The 30-year-old right-hander carries a 4.58 ERA, 1.48 WHIP and 77:28 K:BB in 90.1 innings this season with the Brewers.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Resumes mound work

    Houser (elbow) threw a bullpen session Sunday without issue, MLB.com reports. Houser landed on the 15-day injured list Aug. 28 due to swelling in his right elbow, but he appears on track to be activated when first eligible Sept. 12. The 30-year-old has registered a 4.58 ERA, 1.48 WHIP and 77:28 K:BB in 90.1 innings (17 starts, two relief appearances) when healthy this season for the Brewers.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Hope for short IL stint

    Manager Craig Counsell, via Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, indicated "the hope is Houser (elbow) will miss a couple starts then be ready to rejoin the rotation." Houser landed on the injured list earlier Monday, so he will miss a couple starts regardless. However, it looks like he may only be facing the minimum stay on the injured list. The Brewers have not announced who will replace Houser in the rotation, but according to the report, they are expected to add a fifth pitcher rather than lean on Thursday's off day and make it through the next turn with only four starters.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Hits IL with elbow effusion

    The Brewers placed Houser on the 15-day injured list Monday with right elbow effusion. When Houser exited after two innings in his start during Sunday's win over the Padres, the Brewers relayed that the 30-year-old was dealing with "minor" right forearm tightness. Follow-up tests revealed that he was actually experiencing fluid buildup in his elbow, and a trip to the injured list was deemed necessary. Bryse Wilson ended up covering four scoreless innings behind Houser on Sunday and could be a candidate to step in as the Brewers' new No. 5 starter, though it's conceivable that manager Craig Counsell opts for a four-man rotation this week thanks to a well-timed day off Thursday.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Suffers forearm injury in start

    Houser was removed after two innings in his start in Sunday's game against the Padres due to an injury the Brewers have labeled as "minor right forearm tightness," Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. He gave up four earned runs on four hits and one walk while striking out two before departing. Though even "minor" forearm injuries have a tendency to send pitchers to the 15-day injured list, the Brewers will likely wait and see if Houser feels well enough to throw a bullpen session over the next few days before determining if he'll be able to make his next turn through the rotation, which would likely fall next weekend versus the Phillies. Houser had reached five innings in each of his last four starts while pitching to a 3.80 ERA and 1.13 WHIP before his early exit Sunday.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Fans seven in win

    Houser (5-4) yielded one run on six hits and a walk over five innings Sunday, striking out seven and earning a win against the Rangers. The lone blemish on Houser's line was a solo shot by Corey Seager in the third inning. Houser had allowed eight runs across 10.1 frames in his previous two outings. He lowered his season ERA to 4.28 with a 75:27 K:BB through 88.1 innings. His next outing is projected to be at home against the Padres.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Takes fourth loss

    Houser (4-4) allowed four runs (three earned) on five hits and struck out six without walking a batter over 5.1 innings, taking the loss Tuesday versus the Dodgers. The Brewers were economical with their limited offense against Bobby Miller and Ryan Yarbrough, but Houser's sixth-inning fade took them out of the game. Houser has allowed at least three runs in five of his last six outings, and he hasn't gone more than six innings in any of them. The 30-year-old right-hander is now at a 4.43 ERA, 1.46 WHIP and 68:26 K:BB through 83.1 innings over 17 appearances (15 starts) this season. He's lined up for a challenging road start at Texas this weekend.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Picks up fourth win

    Houser (4-3) earned the win Thursday, allowing a run on four hits and two walks over six innings against Pittsburgh. He struck out five. Houser allowed a lone run in the first inning before blanking the Pirates over his final five frames. The Brewers' offense would provide more than enough run support in a 14-1 victory. It was an impressive bounce-back effort from Houser after he allowed six runs over four innings in his last outing against Atlanta. The 30-year-old right-hander lowered his ERA to 4.19 with a 1.52 WHIP and 57:25 K:BB across 13 starts (73 innings) this season. Houser's currently in line to face the Rockies at home in his next start.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Falls to earth Friday

    Houser (3-3) took the loss Friday, coughing up six runs on eight hits and two walks over four-plus innings as the Brewers were downed 10-7 by Atlanta. He struck out three. After tying his career high by fanning 10 batters in his last outing, Houser crashed back to earth against the offense that leads the majors in homers and OPS, getting tagged for at least six runs for the first time since May 30. The right-hander got the hook after 90 pitches (55 strikes), and since the beginning of June he's posted a 4.64 ERA, 1.55 WHIP and 35:16 K:BB through 42.2 innings. Houser remains a streaming option at best in most fantasy formats, but he could be worth deploying in his next start, likely to come on the road next week against the Nationals.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Ties career high with 10 Ks

    Houser allowed three runs on six hits and two walks while striking out 10 batters over six innings in a no-decision against Atlanta on Saturday. Houser's punchout total came out of nowhere -- prior to Saturday, he hadn't struck out more than five batters in any game this season and had posted an overall 6.2 K/9. The right-hander had also completed six innings just three times over 12 starts, so his performance against one of the league's top offenses was at least mildly surprising. Still, Houser has been pitching fairly well recently -- over his past four appearances, he's posted a 3.57 ERA, 1.46 WHIP and 24:8 K:BB over 22.2 frames.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Solid in no-decision

    Houser did not factor into the decision Sunday, allowing three runs on six hits and two walks over 5.2 innings against the Reds. He struck out five. Though Jake Fraley tagged Houser for a two-run homer in the third inning, Houser managed to put together a decent showing Sunday, tying his season high in strikeouts and lasting at least five innings for a third straight start. While Houser owns a 3.79 ERA through 57 innings, his lack of strikeouts (6.2 K/9) and inability to go deep into games (six or more innings pitched three times in 10 starts) make him difficult to trust in most fantasy formats.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Maneuvers through five frames

    Houser allowed one run on six hits and three walks while striking out four batters over five innings in a no-decision against the Cubs on Wednesday. To get through five frames, Houser needed 104 pitches and threw only 60 of them for strikes, but the veteran still allowed just one run to score. The right-hander didn't retire the side in order in any inning, though a key part of his success was preventing the Cubs from notching any extra-base hits. Since his return to the rotation June 29, Houser has allowed just three runs over 11 frames, but he's yielded 13 hits and four walks during that span. He's pitched well enough to justify Milwaukee's decision to include him in a six-man rotation, though that could change when Brandon Woodruff (shoulder) is ready return from the injured list.
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  • Brewers' Adrian Houser: Triumphant in return to rotation

    Houser (3-2) earned the win over the Mets on Thursday, allowing two runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out five batters over six innings. Houser's previous two outings came out of the bullpen, but he was inserted back into the starting rotation to face New York. The right-hander gave up back-to-back solo homers to Brett Baty and Brandon Nimmo in the third inning, but those were the only runs he allowed in the contest. Houser was far from dominant -- he recorded only one 1-2-3 inning and notched just seven swinging strikes -- but the end result was a victory in a matchup versus future Hall of Famer Max Scherzer. It's uncertain what Milwaukee's long-term plan is for Houser, as his move back into a starting role was precipitated by a 17-day, 17-game stretch for the club leading into the All-Star break.
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