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Fantasy Points
Aug 17, 2022 1 1 2.52 6
Aug 16, 2022 1 1 2.35 6 1
Aug 15, 2022 1 1 2.39 6 1.5
Aug 10, 2022 1 1 2.41 6 3.5
Aug 7, 2022 1 1 2.48 6 5.5

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Innings Pitched
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 1323 39.3 1 1 6 48 10 2.52 0.94
2021 104.51.8 49.0 2 3 2 65 16 4.78 1.20
2020 41.52 20.0 1 1 27 6 4.95 0.95
3y Avg. 771.9 34.7 1 2 2 46 11 4.67 1.13
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  • Rays' Brooks Raley: Secures sixth save

    Raley threw a perfect inning and earned a save against Baltimore on Friday. Raley tossed eight of 12 pitches for strikes and made quick work of the Orioles to finish off the 5-4 victory. He's now converted six of his seven save opportunities this season and lowered his ERA to 2.86 through 28.1 frames. The 34-year-old southpaw has given up three runs over his last 14 outings, all coming during an ugly outing in Cincinnati on July 9.
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  • Rays' Brooks Raley: Earns fifth save

    Raley picked up the save Tuesday, striking out two and walking a batter in the ninth inning of a 3-2 victory over Boston. After retiring the first two batters in order in the ninth, Raley issued a two-out walk to Jeter Downs. He finished the night by striking out Franchy Cordero on three pitches. It was his fifth save of the season and first since June 26. His five saves are tied for the team lead with Andrew Kittredge (elbow) and Colin Poche. Raley should continue to get the occasional save opportunity as part of the Rays' back-end bullpen committee.
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  • Rays' Brooks Raley: Reinstated from restricted list

    Raley (personal) was reinstated from the restricted list Monday. Raley was unavailable for the Rays' five-game series in Toronto due to being unvaccinated, but he'll rejoin the team for its upcoming series in Boston. Over his last nine appearances, the southpaw has earned a save and a hold while striking out 14 in 10 scoreless innings.
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  • Rays' Brooks Raley: Unavailable in Toronto

    Raley will be placed on the restricted list and won't travel with the Rays for the upcoming five-game series against the Blue Jays, which begins Thursday, due to Canada's vaccination requirement, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Raley didn't allow a hit over two scoreless innings during Tuesday's loss to Milwaukee, and he won't be able to travel with the team to Toronto since he's apparently unvaccinated. The 34-year-old has four saves and seven holds with a 2.42 ERA this season, so his absence will be significant for the Tampa Bay bullpen. The Rays have five relievers with at least two saves this season, with Colin Poche and Jason Adam set to be the top options for the five-game set versus the Blue Jays.
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  • Rays' Brooks Raley: Earns fourth save

    Raley picked up the save in Sunday's 4-2 win over Pittsburgh, striking out one and allowing a walk in the ninth inning. Raley converted the rare save opportunity, pitching around a two-out walk to secure the victory. The lefty was called upon to close out a game for the first time since May 11. The Rays have spread around save chances this season with Colin Poche receiving the bulk of the opportunities of late. With four saves, Raley is now one behind both Poche and Andrew Kittredge for the team lead. It seems likely that he'll get the occasional save opportunity, though Sunday's chance had more to do with two left-handed hitting batters coming to the plate in the ninth than a changing of the guard.
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  • Rays' Brooks Raley: Notches third save

    Raley walked one and struck out one in a scoreless 10th inning Wednesday to record his third save of the season in a 4-2 win over the Angels. The Rays' bullpen usage remains as mercurial as ever, but Raley at the very least appears to have earned a place of trust among Kevin Cash's high-leverage crew. The veteran lefty has two saves, a win and a hold in his last four games and has been scored upon in only one of his 11 appearances this season, leaving him with a 1.80 ERA, 0.70 WHIP and 13:2 K:BB through 10 innings.
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  • Rays' Brooks Raley: Records second save

    Raley earned the save against the Mariners on Thursday, completing a perfect inning during which he struck out one batter. Andrew Kittredge has emerged as the Rays' most frequent closer this season, but he had pitched each of the the previous three days and was given the night off Thursday. Raley stepped in to fill the ninth-inning role and did well, retiring the side on 12 pitches to preserve a one-run lead. The save was the southpaw's second of the season, and he could get additional chances here and there, though probably not enough to make him a viable fantasy asset in leagues that don't count holds.
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  • Rays' Brooks Raley: Notches one-out save

    Raley struck out the only batter he faced and earned a save over the Orioles on Friday. J.P. Feyereisen was lifted from the game after coughing up a two-out single to Rougned Odor in the ninth inning. Raley took over and fanned Cedric Mullins on six pitches to secure the 2-1 victory. The 33-year-old southpaw posted a 1.93 ERA in four spring appearances and it looks like he'll be part of the Rays' late-inning mix to start the 2022 campaign.
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  • Astros' Brooks Raley: Completes suspension

    Raley is back with the Astros on Tuesday after serving his two-game suspension, Julia Morales of AT&T SportsNet Southwest reports. The lefty served his punishment for throwing at J.P. Crawford and will be an option out of Houston's bullpen in Tuesday's series opener against Colorado.
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  • Astros' Brooks Raley: Begins two-game suspension

    Raley's suspension for throwing at J.P. Crawford was reduced on appeal from three to two games Saturday, Danielle Lerner of the Houston Chronicle reports. The incident occured back in late July. Raley will begin serving the ban immediately, so he'll miss both weekend games against the Twins but will be eligible to return at the start of next week.
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  • Astros' Brooks Raley: Appealing three-game suspension

    Raley is appealing a three-game suspension for intentionally throwing at J.P. Crawford on Monday, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. Raley will be eligible to pitch while he awaits a decision on his appeal. The southpaw has allowed three runs on two hits and three walks while striking out three in 2.1 innings across four relief appearances since the start of July.
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  • Astros' Brooks Raley: Lit up in return

    Raley allowed two runs on one hit, one walk and a hit batsman without retiring a batter in Monday's 11-8 loss to the Mariners. With a couple of Houston's more trusted relievers unavailable, manager Dusty Baker had to go with Ryne Stanek and then Raley in the bottom of the eighth inning. Houston led 8-7 before Stanek came in, but Seattle plated four to complete a comeback from a 7-0 deficit. This was Raley's first outing since coming off the COVID-19 protocols list, and he was ejected after three hitters. With runners on first and second, he walked Tom Murphy, gave up a grand slam to Dylan Moore, then hit J.P. Crawford, prompting the ejection.
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  • Astros' Brooks Raley: Back from COVID IL

    Raley (undisclosed) was activated from the COVID-19 injured list Sunday, Jake Kaplan of The Athletic reports. The left-hander has been on the shelf since July 8, but he's cleared the health and safety protocols and is ready for game action. Raley made one rehab appearance with Triple-A Sugar Land last week to clear the way for his return.
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  • Astros' Brooks Raley: Throws to batters Friday

    Raley (COVID-19 protocols) threw live batting practice Friday, Danielle Lerner of the Houston Chronicle reports. Raley, who was placed on the injured list for health and safety protocols July 8, had made one rehab appearance this past Tuesday for Triple-A Sugar Land before engaging in Friday's session. The Astros did not have an update on his next step.
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  • Astros' Brooks Raley: Starts rehab assignment

    Raley (COVID-19 protocols) reported to Triple-A Sugar Land for a rehab assignment Tuesday, Jake Kaplan of The Athletic reports. Raley has cleared the COVID protocols and is nearing his return from the injured list. He's expected to pitch Tuesday for Sugar Land, and it's unclear whether he'll require additional appearances before being activated.
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  • Astros' Brooks Raley: Likely needs rehab stint

    Raley (COVID-19 protocols) rejoined the Astros on Monday but is expected to require a rehab assignment before being activated from the COVID injured list, Jake Kaplan of The Athletic reports. The left-hander has been in the health and safety protocols since July 8, but he's cleared said protocols and is now back with the team. Raley last saw game action July 4, so it's not a major surprise he'll need a game or two in the minors to get back up to speed.
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  • Astros' Brooks Raley: Unlikely to return Sunday

    Manager Dusty Baker doesn't expect Raley (COVID-19 protocols) to rejoin the Astros for Sunday's game against the Yankees, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. Raley figures to be healthy and good-to-go when the Astros open the second half against the White Sox next Friday.
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  • Astros' Brooks Raley: Out for health protocols

    Raley was placed on the injured list due to health and safety protocols Thursday, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. The language of the announcement makes it clear that Raley is on the COVID-19 injured list, though whether he's tested positive for the virus himself or is merely in the protocol for contact-tracing purposes remains to be seen. Ralph Garza was recalled in a corresponding move.
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  • Astros' Brooks Raley: Closes out Cleveland

    Raley struck out one over a scoreless 10th inning to earn the save in Sunday's 4-3 win over Cleveland. Raley was the choice to close out the game because Ryan Pressly was unavailable after throwing three consecutive days. It was Raley's second save of the season.
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  • Astros' Brooks Raley: Collects second win

    Raley (2-2) pitched a perfect eighth inning and earned the win Sunday versus Texas. He struck out three. The 32-year-old did his part to keep the game tied at 2-2 in the top of the eighth inning, and Houston's offense rallied for the lead in the bottom of the frame. Raley has been inconsistent for much of the season with a 7.31 ERA and 1.31 WHIP across 16 innings. He's given up at least one run in nine of his 19 outings while adding a save and three holds.
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