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2022 Pitching

STATS IP
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SO
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Regular Season 41.1 2 6 8.27 30 26

Top Dallas Keuchel News

  • Diamondbacks' Dallas Keuchel: Lovullo noncommittal on next start

    Arizona manager Torey Lovullo was noncommittal as to whether Keuchel will get another start, Steve Gilbert of MLB.com reports.

    Keuchel was roughed up by the Rockies on Saturday, but his final line may have looked better had a couple of plays been made behind him, one of which was not ruled an error. It's likely the left-hander remains in the rotation for at least one more start, as the Diamondbacks are down one starter after Zach Davies (shoulder) was added to the 15-day injured list.

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  • Diamondbacks' Dallas Keuchel: Struggles in Colorado

    Keuchel (2-6) allowed seven runs (six earned) on six hits and three walks with three strikeouts over five innings, taking the loss Saturday versus the Rockies.

    Keuchel didn't do that well in his first start for Arizona on June 26, and pitching at Coors Field was a tough ask for him in his encore. He got off to a rough beginning, yielding four runs, including a three-run home to Brendan Rodgers, in the first inning. Keuchel got into trouble again in the fourth, allowing a bases-clearing triple to Connor Joe. In 10 starts this year, Keuchel sports an 8.27 ERA, 2.10 WHIP and 30:26 K:BB across 41.1 innings between the Diamondbacks and the White Sox. The southpaw's spot in the rotation is far from secure, but he lines up for a home rematch with the Rockies next week if he gets another turn.

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  • Diamondbacks' Dallas Keuchel: Will get another start

    Arizona manager Torey Lovullo confirmed Tuesday that Keuchel will get another start, Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports.

    This news may have been expected, but Lovullo's comments suggest Keuchel is still in an audition phase. The left-hander made his Diamondbacks' debut last Sunday, giving up four runs in 4.1 innings. The 15 swinging strikes induced were more than he registered in any of his eight starts while with the White Sox. Keuchel will likely remain in the rotation going forward, particularly after Arizona placed starter Zach Davies on the injured list with shoulder inflammation. He's expected to start Sunday in Colorado but could be moved up to take Davies' spot Saturday.

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  • Diamondbacks' Dallas Keuchel: Strikes out seven in Arizona debut

    Keuchel allowed four runs on six hits and three walks and struck out seven over 4.1 innings versus the Tigers on Sunday. He did not factor in the decision.

    Keuchel showed some promise with the season-high total in strikeouts, but it was still an inefficient performance. He threw 98 pitches (55 strikes) to get 13 outs in his first outing with the Diamondbacks. For the season, he has a 2-5 record, a 7.93 ERA, 2.15 WHIP and 27:23 K:BB through 36.1 innings, which includes his first eight starts this year with the White Sox. If Keuchel remains in the majors, he's projected for a tough road start in Colorado next weekend.

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  • Diamondbacks' Dallas Keuchel: Contract selected for Sunday start

    Keuchel had his contract selected by the Diamondbacks and is starting Sunday's game versus the Tigers.

    Keuchel was let go by the White Sox in late May but quickly latched on with the Diamondbacks on a minor-league deal, and he'll join the big-league club after making two starts in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League. The veteran left-hander posted a 7.88 ERA and 20:20 K:BB in 32 innings over his eight starts with Chicago to begin the year, but Arizona will hope the change of scenery can bring some different results.

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  • Diamondbacks' Dallas Keuchel: Starting Sunday

    Manager Torey Lovullo confirmed that Keuchel will be called up from the minors to start Sunday's game against the Tigers, Theo Mackie of The Arizona Republic reports.

    The club needs to make room on the 40-man roster before calling up the veteran left-hander. Keuchel was designated for assignment by the White Sox on May 28 and was picked up by Arizona later that week. He made two starts with the Diamondbacks' rookie-level Arizona Complex League affiliate, tossing 12 innings and striking out 17 between the two outings while conceding seven runs (six earned) on 12 hits and two walks.

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  • Diamondbacks' Dallas Keuchel: Impresses, may start Saturday

    Keuchel went seven innings in an outing for the Diamondbacks' affiliate in the Arizona Complex League and could make a start this weekend for Arizona, Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports. He allowed three runs (two earned) with one walk and struck out 13.

    Arizona manager Torey Lovullo described the outing as "extremely good," while pitching coach Brent Strom marveled at the swings and misses on pitches in the zone. Beyond the veteran lefty making rookies look foolish, there are other signs that point to Keuchel joining the team's five-man rotation as soon as Saturday. Another potential candidate, Luke Weaver, who was roughed up in a start Saturday, did not throw a bullpen session Tuesday. That would have been the day to throw on a normal starter's routine. Instead, Lovullo confirmed Weaver will be available as a reliever in the coming days. The manager added the team is "targeting someone this weekend" to start against the Tigers without naming Keuchel. Adding to the speculation, Keuchel's minor-league deal includes three opt-out dates if he's not promoted, with the first coming Saturday.

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  • Diamondbacks' Dallas Keuchel: Pitches in ACL

    Keuchel allowed four runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out four for the Diamondbacks' affiliate in the Arizona Complex League on Monday.

    This was Keuchel's first game action with the organization after signing a minor-league contract last week. He threw about 80 pitches and did "fairly well," Arizona pitching coach Brent Strom told Theo Mackie of the Arizona Republic. The coach was pleased with the number of strikes thrown and the lefty's signature sinker; the downside was the fastball was not where Strom wanted to see it. Strom and Keuchel have history from when the two were with the Astros, and the coach will monitor the pitcher's off-day throwing session Thursday.

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  • Diamondbacks' Dallas Keuchel: Not in mix for Sunday

    Keuchel is not being considered for a start Sunday in Philadelphia, Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic reports.

    Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo confirmed that Keuchel is not a candidate for Sunday's spot in the rotation, adding that the left-hander was on the taxi squad in the event of issues with COVID-19. Keuchel recently signed a minor-league deal with Arizona, which gives him a chance to work with his former pitching coach Brent Strom.

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  • Diamondbacks' Dallas Keuchel: Signs MiLB deal with Diamondbacks

    Keuchel signed a minor-league contract with the Diamondbacks on Monday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.

    Keuchel was designated for assignment and ultimately released by the White Sox in late May, but he'll now attempt to generate production within the Diamondbacks' minor-league system. The southpaw will report to Triple-A Reno after he posted a career-worst 7.88 ERA and 2.16 WHIP in 32 innings over eight starts with the White Sox to begin the season. Keuchel's agreement with the Diamondbacks reunites him with pitching coach Brent Strom, whom he worked with for five years in Houston.

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  • Dallas Keuchel: Let go by White Sox

    Keuchel was placed on unconditional release waivers Monday.

    Keuchel was designated for assignment Saturday, and it looks as though the White Sox won't attempt to keep him around as organizational depth, something the veteran lefty would have the right to refuse. He'll look for work on the open market, but there's unlikely to be much interest in a 34-year-old with a 7.88 ERA and an 88.2 mph fastball.

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  • White Sox's Dallas Keuchel: Designated for assignment

    Keuchel was designated for assignment by the White Sox on Saturday.

    Keuchel signed a three-year, $55.5 million contract with Chicago prior to the 2020 season, and while he did give the team a 1.99 ERA in the first year of his deal, it's become apparent over the last two seasons that he just doesn't have it anymore. A 5.28 ERA last year was bad enough, but that figure ballooned to 7.88 through eight starts this season as he walked as many batters as he struck out. His formerly elite groundball rate also dipped to a merely good 50.8 percent, a career low. As a 34-year-old with that sort of recent track record and a fastball that averages 88.2 mph, he's unlikely to generate much interest on the open market and is all but guaranteed not to get claimed while a team still has to take on the entirety of his remaining contract.

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  • White Sox's Dallas Keuchel: Pummeled for six runs Thursday

    Keuchel (2-5) took the loss against Boston on Thursday, allowing six runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out four over two innings.

    Keuchel's outing got off to an ominous beginning when Enrique Hernandez led off the game with a home run, and the veteran hurler went on to allow two more runs in the frame. He then served up a three-run shot to Trevor Story in the second inning and didn't make it back out to the mound for the third. Blowups like these have been a theme for Keuchel this season -- he has now given up six or more runs in three of his eight starts. He's had some decent outings as well, but it's tough to invest fantasy stock in a pitcher who has a 7.88 ERA on the season, especially when that is accompanied by an ugly 20:20 K:BB.

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  • White Sox's Dallas Keuchel: Struggles against Yankees

    Keuchel (2-4) took the loss Saturday after he pitched four innings, giving up six runs on six hits and three walks versus the Yankees.

    After holding the Yankees scoreless over five innings in his last start, Keuchel got into trouble early in this one. He surrendered five runs in the second frame, including a DJ LeMahieu grand slam with two outs. He later gave up another run in the next inning. The left-hander failed to register a strikeout for the second time this year and the tough outing put an end to a strong stretch for the 34-year-old. Over his prior four starts, he had posted a 2.70 ERA over 20 innings. Keuchel has had a couple blowups this year, including Saturday, and he now has a 6.60 ERA and 2.00 WHIP with 16 punchouts over 30 innings this season.

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  • White Sox's Dallas Keuchel: Friday's start postponed

    Keuchel's scheduled start Friday against the Yankees was postponed due to inclement weather.

    The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader Sunday. Keuchel will start Saturday's contest, with Johnny Cueto and Michael Kopech handling the twin bill.

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  • White Sox's Dallas Keuchel: Tosses five scoreless frames

    Keuchel did not factor in the decision against the White Sox on Saturday, tossing five scoreless innings and giving up four hits and three walks while striking out three.

    Keuchel tamed a red-hot New York offense, yielding only one extra-base hit (a double by Giancarlo Stanton) and keeping the Yankees off the scoreboard for five frames. The veteran left-hander has rebounded since giving up seven earned runs in one inning against Cleveland on April 20, surrendering just six runs across 20 frames over his subsequent four starts. Keuchel is tentatively lined up to next take the mound in Kansas City on Thursday.

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  • White Sox's Dallas Keuchel: Delivers quality start

    Keuchel (2-3) picked up the win Sunday against the Red Sox after allowing two runs on eight hits with five strikeouts and one walk over six innings.

    The left-hander walked five batters in each of his past two outings, but he showed much better control Sunday and produced his best performance of the season. Keuchel started off with five scoreless innings, but Boston was able to scratch across a pair of runs during the sixth. The 34-year-old will need more than one solid outing to get back on the fantasy radar, and he lines up for a tough matchup with the Yankees next weekend.

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  • White Sox's Dallas Keuchel: Control issues continue

    Keuchel (1-3) allowed four runs on six hits and five walks over five innings Sunday, striking out one and taking a loss against the Angels.

    Keuchel's poor afternoon started early when Mike Trout took him deep for a solo shot in the first inning. He then gave up a pair of runs in the third followed by one more in the fourth. He's walked 10 batters over his last two outings, giving him an unsightly 8:11 K:BB through 15 frames. Keuchel will carry an 8.40 ERA into his projected start in Boston next weekend.

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  • White Sox's Dallas Keuchel: Walks five in loss

    Keuchel (1-2) got the loss Tuesday after he allowed two runs (zero earned) over four innings, giving up two hits and walking five while striking out two versus the Royals.

    Keuchel struggled with his command in this one, throwing only 42 of his 88 pitches for strikes and walking a season-high five batters. The only damage against him came in the fourth inning when Salvador Perez and Carlos Santana scored after Perez reached base on an error to open the inning, making both runs unearned. Keuchel has had an uneven start to the season and now boasts a 9.00 ERA and 2.40 WHIP with seven strikeouts in 10 innings over three outings on the mound. He'll look to turn it around in his next projected start Sunday against the Angels.

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  • White Sox's Dallas Keuchel: Crushed by Guardians

    Keuchel (1-1) allowed 10 runs (eight earned) on 10 hits and one walk with zero strikeouts across one inning to take the loss in the first game of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Guardians.

    Keuchel was let down by his defense in the outing, as the White Sox committed three errors on the first six balls in play. However, he was hit hard thereafter, allowing eight consecutive hits in the second inning -- with the biggest being a grand slam by Jose Ramirez. It was an unequivocally disastrous effort, though it is worth noting that Keuchel had his start pushed back twice due to postponements caused by weather. He also threw better in his initial appearance of the season, when he surrendered three earned runs across five innings while striking out five against the Mariners. Given that, Keuchel should have the chance to rebound in his next turn through the rotation, which is currently projected to come Tuesday at Kansas City.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 207 lbs
Birthplace: Tulsa, OK
Age: 34
School: Arkansas
Experience: 9
Bats/Throws: L, L