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Aug 10, 2022 4 3 3.40 1 2
Aug 9, 2022 4 3 3.48 1 4
Aug 2, 2022 4 3 3.56 1 4
Jul 31, 2022 4 3 3.64 1 11
Jul 26, 2022 3 3 3.73 1 1

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 117.52.4 45.0 4 3 1 49 11 3.40 0.91
2021 2283.1 74.3 4 7 12 98 32 3.63 1.17
2020 69.52.9 21.7 2 2 5 27 13 4.57 1.71
3y Avg. 212.53.9 54.7 3 5 15 71 23 3.46 1.17
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  • Astros' Hector Neris: Bounces back Friday

    Neris allowed a hit and struck out one in a scoreless inning to earn his first save of the season in Friday's 5-2 win over the Mariners. Neris blew a save and picked up a win in the first game of Thursday's doubleheader versus the Yankees, but he received another chance to close out a contest just a day later. He delivered this time, working around a one-out double from Dylan Moore. Neris has mainly been a setup man for the Astros, but he's seen save chances lately with Ryan Pressly (personal) on the paternity list. Neris owns a 3.60 ERA, 0.95 WHIP, 41:11 K:BB, 18 holds and two blown saves through 40 innings this year.
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  • Astros' Hector Neris: Blows save chance

    Neris (3-3) allowed one earned run on two hits and a walk to blow the save but earn a win in the first game of Thursday's doubleheader against the Yankees. He was the first reliever to get a chance in the closer role with Ryan Pressly (personal) briefly away from the team. Neris was able to get two outs, but he then allowed a game-tying single to Isiah Kiner-Falefa. The right-hander has been a strong high-leverage option for the Astros this season, but he may lose out on save chances to Rafael Montero -- who converted his opportunity in the second game of the doubleheader -- while Pressly is away from the team.
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  • Astros' Hector Neris: Tallies 16th hold

    Neris walked two but turned in a scoreless eighth inning to record a hold Saturday against the Yankees. Neris immediately followed Cristian Javier into the game and did his part to maintain the team's no-hitter. Neris was a bit wild in the process, walking two of the first three batters he faced. However, he was ultimately able to get out of the jam to record his 16th hold of the season while also maintaining a 3.73 ERA and 33:8 K:BB across 31.1 frames.
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  • Astros' Hector Neris: Clean inning in return

    Neris (suspension) struck out one in a perfect inning during Saturday's 7-0 loss to the White Sox. Neris completed a three-game suspension Friday and rejoined the Astros' bullpen for Saturday's game. He's allowed six runs across five innings in June, picking up two holds, a loss and a blown save. The 33-year-old has a 3.62 ERA, 0.84 WHIP and 30:6 K:BB while adding 12 holds in 30 appearances as a veteran high-leverage arm.
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  • Astros' Hector Neris: Available Saturday

    Neris is available out of the Astros' bullpen for Saturday's game against the White Sox after serving his three-game suspension, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports. Neris was unavailable for the last three games after MLB determined that he intentionally threw at the Mariners' Eugenio Suarez on June 7. Over five appearances since the start of June, the right-hander picked up two holds while giving up six runs in four innings.
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  • Astros' Hector Neris: Serving three-game ban

    Neris will begin serving a three-game suspension starting with Tuesday's contest against the Rangers after the ban was reduced from four games following an appeal, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. The reliever's suspension stems from MLB having deemed that he intentionally threw at the Mariners' Eugenio Suarez during the Astros' 7-4 loss to Seattle on June 7. Neris will miss the final two games of the Astros' series in Texas along with Friday's series opener against the White Sox before he's eligible to return Saturday.
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  • Astros' Hector Neris: Appealing four-game ban

    Neris was handed a four-game suspension after MLB determined he intentionally threw at Eugenio Suarez on Monday while warnings were in place, but the right-hander is appealing the ban and will be available for Tuesday's game against the Mariners, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports. Neris had already hit one batter and given up a homer during the inning prior to the incident with Suarez, and the veteran reliver is now facing a multi-game suspension. The 32-year-old will remain available for Houston until the appeal is heard.
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  • Astros' Hector Neris: Picks up 10th hold

    Neris struck out two and did not allow a baserunner in a scoreless eighth inning to earn a hold Tuesday against the Athletics. Neris entered the game with a two-run lead and recorded his 10th hold of the season. He's gotten back on track by turning in four consecutive scoreless appearances after allowing four earned runs in a three-inning stretch during the middle of May. Neris has been excellent overall in a high-leverage role for Houston this season by maintaining a 2.01 ERA, 0.67 WHIP and a 24:3 K:BB across 22.1 frames.
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  • Astros' Hector Neris: Hit with loss Monday

    Neris (1-2) took the loss Monday as the Astros fell 6-3 to the Red Sox, giving up three runs on three hits and a walk while striking out one in one inning of relief. The right-hander entered a 3-3 tie in the bottom of the eighth inning and got rocked for three extra-base hits, capped by a two-run homer off the bat of Xander Bogaerts. Neris saw his 10-appearance scoreless streak snapped, but on the season he still sports a strong 2.12 ERA, 0.71 WHIP and 16:2 K:BB through 17 innings with a win and five holds.
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  • Astros' Hector Neris: Works eighth inning

    Neris did not allow a baserunner and pitched a scoreless eighth inning Wednesday against the Rangers. Neris entered the game with a one-run lead and retired Corey Seager, Nathaniel Lowe and Mitch Garver on only 12 pitches. Ryne Stanek came on to earn the save in the ninth inning. The closer situation remains ambiguous in Houston, as this was the team's first converted save since Ryan Pressly (knee) was placed on the injured list. However, if Wednesday's usage carries forward, it appears that manager Dusty Baker may prefer to use Neris in high-leverage spots and not necessarily save situations, which would limit his fantasy upside even with Pressly out.
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  • Astros' Hector Neris: Takes loss against Jays

    Neris (1-1) allowed one earned run on two hits across one inning to take the loss Friday against Toronto. Neris entered the game with the score tied in the ninth inning, a situation traditionally handled by the closer. He allowed a leadoff single to Vladimir Guerrero and then a two-out double to Matt Chapman to account for the game-winning run. Though he was tagged with the loss, it was the first run Neris has allowed this season across 6.1 frames. While Ryan Pressly (knee) remains sidelined, Neris appears to be in the best position to pick up save chances.
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  • Astros' Hector Neris: Granted first win

    Neris (1-0) picked up the win in Tuesday's 2-1 victory against the Diamondbacks, striking out two in a perfect eighth inning. Neris made quick work of the heart of Arizona's order in the eighth and fell in line for the victory when Houston took the lead in the top of the ninth. The first-year Astro has yet to allow a run through three appearances and is solidifying his hold on the setup role.
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  • Astros' Hector Neris: Heads to Houston

    Neris signed a two-year, $17 million deal with the Astros on Saturday, Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Neris was perhaps miscast as a closer during his eight years in Philadelphia, and he probably won't add significantly to his 84 career saves with his new team unless Ryan Pressly gets injured. That said, he has a lot to offer as a setup man and doesn't appear to be slowing down as he heads into his age-33 season. He finished 2021 with a 3.63 ERA in 74.1 innings, with a strong 31.6 percent strikeout rate and above-average 47.1 percent groundball rate offsetting a 10.3 percent walk rate.
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  • Phillies' Hector Neris: Picks up win Friday

    Neris (4-6) allowed a hit and three walks while striking out three in 1.2 innings Friday, earning the win versus Pittsburgh. It was far from a pretty performance, but Neris was able to settle things down after Cam Bedrosian allowed Pittsburgh to briefly take the lead in the seventh inning. Through 13.1 innings in September, Neris has given up four runs on nine hits and three walks with 18 strikeouts. The right-hander has a 3.33 ERA, 1.12 WHIP and 91:28 K:BB across 70.1 innings overall while adding 12 saves and 11 holds in a high-leverage role.
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  • Phillies' Hector Neris: Charged with loss Sunday

    Neris (2-6) took the loss Sunday versus Colorado. He allowed two runs on two hits in one inning. The right-hander allowed a single to Elias Diaz and a home run to Garrett Hampson in the seventh inning, and Philadelphia wasn't able to recover from it. Neris saw his 10.1-inning scoreless streak come to a close -- during that span, he allowed five hits and four walks while striking out 17. He's pitched to a 3.45 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 82:25 K:BB in 62.2 innings this year. Neris remains in a setup role behind Ian Kennedy after the former lost the closer job in June.
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  • Phillies' Hector Neris: Earns win despite command woes

    Neris (2-5) earned the win Friday against the Padres after tossing 1.2 scoreless innings, walking three and striking out one. He also tossed a wild pitch. Neris needed 31 pitches to record the four outs that resulted in his second win of the season, but only 14 of those deliveries found the strike zone and he showed major command issues. The veteran reliever ended a streak of six straight appearances without issuing a free pass, but he has been pitching well in recent weeks. He has given up just one earned run over his last 14.2 innings of work, a span that covers 12 appearances.
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  • Phillies' Hector Neris: Earns save in series finale

    Neris struck out two in a perfect ninth inning to earn the save against the Marlins on Sunday. Ranger Suarez has been used in save situations recently, but he had pitched on each of the last two days and was charged with a blown save Saturday. As a result, Neris was brought on in the ninth inning Sunday to preserve the Phillies' three-run lead, and he picked up his 12th save of the year. It's not yet clear whether the right-hander could be the favorite for closing duties going forward, but it was encouraging to see him earn his first save since June 25 in Sunday's series finale.
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  • Phillies' Hector Neris: Blows another save

    Neris (1-5) took the loss Saturday, giving up two unearned runs on one hit and two walks in two-thirds of an inning in a 4-3 loss to the Mets. He struck out one. The Phillies took a 3-2 lead in the top of the ninth inning and manager Joe Girardi turned to Neris rather than Jose Alvarado to close the door. Instead, Rhys Hoskins committed a fielding error to put the leadoff man aboard and the right-hander fell apart, walking in the tying run before a Michael Conforto sacrifice fly ended it. Alvarado blew a save attempt Friday after Girardi had suggested the southpaw was now the team's top option in the ninth, and until someone else in the Phillies bullpen shows they can get the job done consistently, Neris will likely remain in the closer mix despite going 11-for-17 on save chances this season.
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  • Phillies' Hector Neris: Earns 11th save

    Neris worked a perfect eighth inning to earn a save over the Mets in the second game of Friday's doubleheader. He struck out one batter. Neris needed just seven pitches to finish off the Mets and split Friday's doubleheader. It was reported that the 32-year-old had lost his job as the Phillies' closer, but Jose Alvarado blew a save opportunity in the first game Friday. At this point, it's unclear who manager Joe Girardi will lean on moving forward. Neris owns a 3.41 ERA with a 35:11 K:BB through 29 innings.
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  • Phillies' Hector Neris: Blows another save, job in jeopardy

    Neris (1-4) took the loss after giving up two runs on three hits during the ninth inning to blow the save Wednesday against the Nationals. Manager Joe Girardi said after the game he'll take Thursday's scheduled off day to "think about" making a change at closer, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. The right-hander threw eight of 10 pitches for strikes, but he caught too much of the plate as Washington tallied two runs on three singles and a sacrifice bunt. Neris now has three blown saves in his past five appearances with six runs allowed over 4.1 innings during that stretch. He had a 1.90 ERA, 1.01 WHIP and 29:8 K:BB while going 9-for-11 in save opportunities before his current struggles. Jose Alvarado and Sam Coonrod are likely to be in the mix for saves if Girardi opts to remove Neris from the closer's role.
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