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Earned Run Average
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Fantasy Points
Oct 4, 2022 2 3 2.83 3 0.5
Oct 3, 2022 2 3 2.84 3 10
Oct 1, 2022 2 3 2.89 2 10
Sep 30, 2022 2 3 2.95 1
Sep 28, 2022 2 3 2.83 1 1.5

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Innings Pitched
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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
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 137.52.1 57.3 2 3 3 67 19 2.83 1.17
2021 1872.6 68.7 2 4 5 64 19 1.84 0.93
3y Avg. 1162.3 45.3 2 3 3 48 14 2.58 1.08
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  • Andrew Chafin: Headed for free agency

    Chafin plans to decline his $6.5 million player option for 2023 ahead of next week's deadline, Evan Petzold of The Detroit Free Press reports. Chafin won't have to formally submit a decision regarding whether or not to exercise his 2023 option until five days after the end of the World Series, but the 32-year-old has already decided to try his luck on the open market following an impressive season in Detroit. The veteran lefty made 64 appearances for the Tigers, notching two wins, three saves and 19 holds while submitting a 2.83 ERA, 1.17 WHIP and a 15.9 K-BB% across 57.1 innings. No matter where he ultimately lands, Chafin is unlikely to get a look as a full-time closer, but he should be a key part of the late-inning mix.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Notches second save in three days

    Chafin earned the save against Seattle on Monday, allowing one hit and striking out two batters over one inning. Chafin was called upon to protect a one-run lead in the ninth frame and worked around a two-out single and stolen base to get the job done. He threw nine of 15 pitches for strikes and racked up multiple punchouts for his third straight outing. Chafin has picked up two saves in the past three days, with Gregory Soto recording a save of his own in between. Soto is clearly still the Tigers' primary closer, but Chafin has posted consecutive strong campaigns in a high-leverage role.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Earns second save

    Chafin gave up one hit and no walks while striking out two over a scoreless ninth inning to earn the save in a 3-2 victory over the Twins on Saturday. The Tigers were forced to go to their bullpen in the fifth inning, and by the time they reached the ninth, Tigers manager A.J. Hinch decided to play his preferred matchups with Chafin on the mound. Chafin shut the door by throwing nine of his 13 pitches for strikes to earn his second save of the season. Gregory Soto appeared in the eighth inning and recorded a hold.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Poor fielding leads to blown save

    Chafin (1-3) blew the save and got a loss after he allowed two unearned runs on one hit and a walk in Tuesday's 5-4 extra-inning defeat to the Angels. Chafin was called upon to protect a 4-3 lead in the bottom of the 10th, but a throwing error by Javier Baez with one out in the frame derailed his outing. A run came around to score on the miscue and then Magneuris Sierra notched a walk-off RBI single later in the frame. Both runs were unearned for the left-hander, but he was tagged with his first blown save of the season. Chafin has allowed just the two unearned tallies over 6.2 innings in his last seven appearances.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Earns first 2022 win

    Chafin (1-2) pitched 1.1 scoreless innings of relief to earn the win Friday against the Royals. He didn't allow any hits or walks. Chafin has pitched well this season for Detroit with a 2.76 ERA and 0.96 WHIP, though it took him until September to earn his first win. The lefty's setup role is perhaps more valuable in real baseball than in fantasy, though he can still provide some help with ratios and strikeouts, as he has 55 of them across just 45.2 innings this year.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Strikes out side but takes loss

    Chafin (0-2) allowed three runs on two hits while retiring just two batters to take the loss Wednesday against the Guardians. He struck out three. Chafin had a weird outing, as he struck out the first three batters he faced in the eighth inning. However, the final strikeout got away from catcher Eric Haase, going down as a wild pitch and allowing Luke Maile to reach first base. Chafin then allowed a single and a double before getting the hook. Alex Lange came on and allowed both inherited runners to score, which made Chafin's line look pretty rough for a guy who struck out the side. The lefty still has a solid 3.18 ERA and has been a good relief option for the Tigers this season.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Added back to roster

    Chafin (personal) was reinstated from the restricted list Monday. Chafin was removed from Detroit's roster for a few days because he was ineligible to pitch in Canada due to his vaccination status, but he is now back with the club. He figures to reclaim a key spot in Detroit's bullpen, though he could head elsewhere before the trade deadline hits.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Heading to restricted list

    Chafin will be placed on the restricted list ahead of the Tigers' weekend series in Toronto, Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Press reports. Chafin is unvaccinated and will be unable to travel to Canada for the four-game series this weekend. Bryan Garcia is joining the active roster and is expected to start Friday against the Blue Jays. Chafin has made four appearances since the All-Star break and has posted a 4.91 ERA and 1.91 WHIP in 3.2 innings.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Saddled with first loss

    Chafin (0-1) allowed a run on two hits and a walk while retiring just one batter to take the loss Monday against the Twins. Coming on in the bottom of the ninth inning with the game tied 4-4, Chafin walked leadoff hitter Max Kepler. He then allowed a single to pinch-hitter Kyle Garlick that put runners on the corners, and an infield hit by Gio Urshela with one out gave the Twins a walkoff win. Chafin had gone four straight appearances without allowing a run, and the lefty still owns a tidy 2.89 ERA despite the hiccup, so he should remain a key relief option in Detroit.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Makes season debut Wednesday

    Chafin allowed one run on two hits across an inning of relief in Wednesday's loss to the Twins. He struck out one. Chafin, who suffered a groin injury in spring training, was activated from the 10-day injured list Tuesday but didn't enter the game. He looked rusty in his season debut Wednesday, as he allowed back-to-back doubles to start the inning, though he escaped with only the one run allowed. Despite the tough outing, Chafin should settle into a valuable bullpen role as the team's top lefty reliever outside of closer Gregory Soto.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Activated from IL

    Chafin was reinstated from the 10-day injured list Tuesday. The lefty reliever signed with the Tigers this offseason, but he suffered a groin injury during spring training, which has delayed his 2022 debut. Chafin is now ready to go and will look to build off of his career year from 2021, where he produced a 1.83 ERA and 0.93 WHIP over 68.2 innings with the Cubs and Athletics. He'll likely operate as a set-up man to Gregory Soto, pitching in high-leverage situations this season.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Rehab moves to Triple-A

    Chafin (groin) will continue his rehab assignment with Triple-A Toledo starting Friday, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. A strained left groin has so far prevented Chafin from making his Tigers debut, but he appears to be closing in on a return from the injured list. He threw a scoreless rehab inning for Single-A Lakeland on Thursday and could return to the Tigers when they travel to take on the Twins on Tuesday.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Rehab outing scheduled

    Chafin (groin) will make a rehab appearance for Low-A Lakeland on Thursday, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports. Chafin missed the start of the season with a groin strain, but he's making progress and closing in on a return. If his outing Thursday goes well, he'll move up to Triple-A Toledo for two more rehab appearances. That puts his potential return date sometime in the middle of next week.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Throws another bullpen

    Chafin (groin) threw a 30-pitch bullpen session Friday, Cody Stavenhagen of The Athletic reports. Although Chafin didn't feel completely comfortable following Monday's bullpen session, he was able to throw once again several days later. He'll toss a live BP session in the coming days before making a rehab appearance at Low-A Lakeland. Chafin will then require at least one rehab outing at Triple-A Toledo, so he won't be able to rejoin the major-league club during the upcoming series against the Yankees.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Throws bullpen, still no timetable

    Chafin (groin) didn't feel completely comfortable throwing his bullpen session Monday, leaving him without a set rehab outing date, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. Chafin was brought in this summer to operate as a significant piece of the Tigers' bullpen, but he's been hindered by this groin issue to open the season, leaving the team thin with options late in games. It seems as if his season debut will likely come in late April, potentially even early May.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Placed on injured list

    Chafin (groin) was placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday. Chafin was diagnosed with a left groin strain late in spring training, and he'll officially land on the IL to begin the regular season. The move is retroactive to April 4, but it's not yet clear when the southpaw will be able to make his 2022 debut.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Won't be ready for Opening Day

    Manager A.J. Hinch said Saturday that Chafin (groin) will begin the regular season on the injured list, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports. Chafin had been dealing with groin tightness for the last few days, and he won't have enough time to build up ahead of the regular season. The southpaw will be eligible to be placed on the 10-day injured list rather than the 15-day IL, but it's not yet clear when he'll be able to make his 2022 debut.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Opening Day in doubt

    Chafin's availability for Opening Day is in question as he continues to receive treatment for groin tightness, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports. Chafin was scratched from a scheduled Grapefruit League appearance Wednesday, and time is getting tight for him to get back on track and avoid a trip to the injured list. The Tigers brought Jacob Barnes back from minor-league camp Friday, which seems to be a clear sign that they're worried Chafin won't break camp with the team.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Iffy as opener approaches

    Tigers manager AJ Hinch said Thursday that Chafin will be sidelined for "at least a couple of days" due to the groin injury that prevented him from pitching in Wednesday's game against the Blue Jays, Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Press reports. Chafin didn't participate in the team warmup ahead of Thursday's game against the Blue Jays, as he instead met with the training staff to receive treatment for the injury that has been described as "groin tightness." Hinch wasn't ready to speculate what the injury might mean for Chafin's status for Opening Day, but the lefty reliever will presumably need to throw a bullpen session without incident at some point within the next week to avoid a stint on the injured list to begin the season.
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  • Tigers' Andrew Chafin: Inks two-year deal with Tigers

    Chafin signed a two-year, $13 million contract with the Tigers on Wednesday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. Chafin put together the best season of his career while pitching for the Cubs and Athletics last year, as he converted five of eight save opportunities with 22 holds while posting a 1.83 ERA and 0.93 WHIP in 68.2 innings across 71 appearances. He'll be rewarded with a pay raise in Detroit and should factor into the team's late-inning mix, even though Gregory Soto has already been named the Tigers' closer heading into the season.
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