Recent Games

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Losses
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Earned Run Average
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Saves
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Fantasy Points
Sep 26, 2022 7 4 2.54 20 3
Sep 22, 2022 7 4 2.59 20 12.5
Sep 20, 2022 6 4 2.67 20 0.5
Sep 18, 2022 6 4 2.55 20 1.5
Sep 16, 2022 6 4 2.59 20 -7.5

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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Strikeouts
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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
2022 300.54.8 63.7 7 4 20 65 20 2.55 1.02
2021 1712.5 70.0 8 4 78 29 3.60 1.17
2020 2.52.5 1.3 1 0.00 1.50
3y Avg. 75.52.2 40.3 3 2 45 22 4.46 1.36
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Won't be placed on injured list

    Holmes (shoulder) won't be placed on the injured list since he would then be out for the ALDS, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports. Holmes has been sidelined with a right shoulder strain and is five days into a planned 10-day shutdown from throwing. However, manager Aaron Boone said Saturday that he hopes Holmes will be able to build back up in time to pitch in the ALDS, which begins Oct. 11.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Out with shoulder strain

    Holmes is out with a right shoulder strain and the Yankees hope to have him ready for the ALDS, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. A recent MRI confirmed the strain and Holmes also had a cortisone shot. Candidates to get the ball in the Yankees' next save opportunity include Scott Effross, Lou Trivino and Aroldis Chapman. It's possible Holmes won't pitch again until 2023.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Nabs win Thursday

    Holmes (7-4) earned the win over Boston on Thursday, allowing one hit and striking out one batter over two innings. Though it wasn't a save situation, Holmes' outing Thursday was a positive step after he allowed a run in four of his previous five appearances. The right-hander preserved a 4-4 tie by keeping Boston off the scoreboard in the ninth inning and worked around the automatic runner in the 10th to again prevent a run. He was credited with the win after the Yankees walked it off in the bottom of the frame. Holmes isn't guaranteed to get all of New York's save chances moving forward with manager Aaron Boone recently indicating he may shift to a committee approach, though Holmes figures to still be in the mix in that scenario.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Boone taking committee approach

    Holmes has given up runs in five of his past six outings, and manager Aaron Boone said Wednesday the Yankees will take a committee approach "on a matchup basis" going forward for the bullpen, Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record reports. Holmes allowed only one run over his first six innings after he returned from the injured list in late August, but the right-hander is now scuffling once again and has lost his grip on the closer role. The 29-year-old still has a 2.55 ERA for the season, though he's allowed 12 earned runs in 19 outings since the All-Star break. Boone didn't specify his preferred option for save chances, but lefties Aroldis Chapman and Wandy Peralta could now be in the mix as well as Scott Effross (shoulder), who will be activated from the injured list Thursday.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Gives up game-winning run

    Holmes (6-4) gave up one earned run on two hits and two walks while striking out one over 0.2 innings to take the loss in a 7-6 defeat against the Brewers on Friday. Holmes came into a tie game in the bottom of the ninth and promptly gave up a leadoff double to Hunter Renfroe. The baserunner would eventually come around to score and give the Brewers the walkoff victory on a bases-loaded single by the number nine hitter, Garrett Mitchell. Holmes converted his last three save opportunities coming into the game, but he struggled in this non-save situation. He has an ERA of 4.50 in seven September appearances.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Picks up 20th save

    Holmes picked up the save in Wednesday's 5-3 victory over the Red Sox. He allowed one run on one hit while striking out one over one inning. Holmes surrendered a double to Abraham Almonte, who later scored on a groundout from Enrique Hernandez. In his last 11 appearances, the righty's 3.86 ERA over 11.2 innings has been higher than he's grown accustomed to this season. The 29-year-old could see a decrease in high-leverage opportunities with the expected return of lefty reliever Aroldis Chapman (leg) on Friday.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Earns extra-inning win

    Holmes (6-3) earned the win in Tuesday's 7-6 extra-inning victory over Boston. He allowed two runs (one earned) on no hits and no walks while striking out one over 1.1 innings. Holmes entered the game with the score tied 4-4 in the bottom of the ninth and recorded a clean inning to send it to extras, but he ran into trouble in the 10th after the Yankees took a 7-4 lead. He was pulled after hitting a batter and then getting an out in the 10th in favor of Wandy Peralta for a lefty-on-lefty matchup. Peralta allowed a base hit and a wild pitch to score the ghost runner and McGuire to make it a 7-6 game. Peralta worked out of it, however, and it all earned Holmes his sixth win of the season. Holmes has been shaky of late, as he has allowed 11 runs (nine earned) in 12.1 innings dating back to July 31.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Notches 19th save

    Holmes earned a save against the Twins on Monday, striking out two batters in a perfect ninth inning. Holmes needed only 11 pitches -- seven of which were strikes -- to set Minnesota down in order. The save was his second in as many days and his 19th overall this season. Since his Aug. 29 return from a stint on the injured list, Holmes has surrendered only one run while posting a 6:0 K:BB over four innings.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Records save in shaky outing

    Holmes picked up the save in Sunday's 2-1 win over Tampa Bay. He allowed one run to score on three hits and struck out one over one inning. In his first appearance in three games, Holmes almost blew the game as he allowed a leadoff double and a single to bring the game within one. He then surrendered another double to put the tying run at third and the winning run at second but got the next batter to strike out looking to end the game and earn his 18th save. Holmes has not been at his best recently, as he has now allowed at least one run to score in five of his last eight appearances, including three blown saves.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Works seventh inning in return

    Holmes struck out one batter in a perfect inning in Monday's loss to the Angels. Holmes was activated from the injured list early Monday, and he was brought in with a runner on first base in the seventh inning with the Yankees down by two runs. The righty reliever was sharp, throwing six of seven pitches for strikes and notching one punchout. Holmes had been struggling in a closing role prior to hitting the IL, but he could reclaim that role quickly if he shows that he's back to form.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Officially activated

    The Yankees reinstated Holmes (back) from the 15-day injured list Monday. As expected, Holmes is ready to rejoin the Yankees for the start of a six-game week following a minimum-length stay on the shelf while he contended with a left lower back spasm. With 17 saves to go with a 2.39 ERA and 1.02 WHIP in 49 appearances this season, Holmes has been one of baseball's top late-inning relievers on the whole, but he was on shaky ground as the Yankees' closer prior to getting shut down with the injury, as he blew his last three save chances while yielding runs in four of his most recent five appearances. Though the Yankees might prefer to ease Holmes back into action coming off the injury, the team could immediately reinstall him as closer with Aroldis Chapman (leg) recently joining Scott Effross (shoulder) on the shelf. Lou Trivino now looks like the top threat to poach saves from Holmes, though it's possible manager Aaron Boone opts for a closer committee in the short term until one reliever emerges as the most-trusted option.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: On track to return from IL

    The Yankees plan to reinstate Holmes (back) from the 15-day injured list Monday, Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News reports. New York already optioned Luke Bard to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to clear a spot on the 26-man active roster for Holmes, who will return to action after missing the minimum 15 days. Though the Yankees might prefer to ease Holmes back into the mix in a lower-leverage spot, the team may have to turn to him for closing duties right away after Aroldis Chapman (leg) recently joined Scott Effross (shoulder) on the IL. Along with Holmes, Lou Trivino is another candidate to pick up saves if manager Aaron Boone opts to take a committee approach at closer.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Logs live batting-practice session

    Holmes (back) threw live batting practice Friday, per MLB.com. This is another step toward a minimum stay on the IL for Holmes, who had previously played catch and tossed from a mound. The right-hander is eligible to be activated Monday and could very well return to the active roster on that day. Manager Aaron Boone was pleased with Holmes' live session, stating, "Today, it was just a live BP, but stuff-wise, it was there, velocity was there, movement quality was there, and he was strike-throwing."
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Remains on track for quick return

    Holmes (back) remains on track to return from the injured list Aug. 29, Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News reports. Holmes has played catch and thrown a bullpen session in recent days, and he reportedly is still feeling well. That puts him in line to return after a minimum stint on the injured list. Holmes' role upon his return is not clear as he allowed seven earned runs across his last four innings prior to going down, though he could be a source of saves with Scott Effross (shoulder) also sidelined.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Throws bullpen session

    Holmes (back) threw approximately 15 pitches during a bullpen session Sunday, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports. Holmes threw off flat ground Saturday and was cleared to begin mound work a day later. The right-hander won't throw Monday but is expected to toss another bullpen session Tuesday. Holmes has been on the injured list for less than a week, and manager Aaron Boone said it's possible that the reliever will be available for the start of the Yankees' series with the Angels that begins Aug. 29, per Chris Kirschner of The Athletic.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Plays catch

    Holmes (back) played catch Saturday for the first time since he hit the injured list, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports. Holmes landed on the injured list Wednesday due to back spasms, but he's already able to throw again just three days later. That suggests his absence may not stretch much past the minimum 15 days, something the Yankees suggested was a possibility when he first hit the injured list.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Likely moving to injured list

    Holmes said Tuesday he's been dealing with back spasms for the past couple days, and he may require a stint on the injured list, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports. The right-hander first had the issue crop over the weekend, and he experienced it again when throwing off a mound Tuesday. Holmes is set to rest and receive treatment, which is an indication he may require a stint on the 15-day IL. The 29-year-old's grip on the closer role was already slipping since he has surrendered seven runs and has three blown saves over his past five outings, and it now appears he'll be out for a couple weeks. Aroldis Chapman hasn't been scored upon in his past nine outings and is likely to reclaim ninth-inning duties if Holmes is out.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: May lose closer job

    Holmes blew his fifth save of the season Friday against the Red Sox, allowing one run on a hit and two walks in a third of an inning, leading the Yankees to consider removing him from the closer role, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports. Holmes entered the game in the bottom of the ninth with a 2-1 lead, but he exited it after retiring just one batter, as J.D. Martinez tied the game with an RBI single after a pair of walks. Holmes' last save came back on July 22, and he's now blown two saves since then. His ERA now sits at a far more human 2.39 after it sat at a ridiculous 0.28 as late in the year as June 19. Whether or not he'll get the Yankees' next save chance is unclear.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Takes second straight blown save

    Holmes (5-3) allowed two runs on two hits and a walk with two strikeouts in one innings, taking a blown save and the loss Friday versus the Cardinals. Holmes was tasked with protecting a one-run lead in the eighth inning, but he allowed a two-run double to Paul DeJong. The Yankees couldn't even the score, leaving Holmes with his second loss and second blown save in as many appearances. Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record reported after the game that manager Aaron Boone said Aroldis Chapman would have received a save chance had Holmes held the lead. With Holmes' form slipping, his time as the Yankees' closer could be drawing to a close. The right-hander has a 2.12 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and 50:14 K:BB while going 17-for-21 in save chances across 46.2 innings this season.
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  • Yankees' Clay Holmes: Blows save, loses

    Holmes (5-2) picked up the loss after blowing a save in an 8-6 defeat Sunday against Kansas City. He allowed three runs on a hit, a walk and a hit batsman in two-thirds of an inning. Holmes entered the game in the ninth with the Yankees leading 6-5 and retired the first batter he faced. After walking Whit Merrifield and beaning Bobby Witt, Holmes gave up a three-run homer to Salvador Perez. It was the first time all season a batter hit one out of the park against Holmes. The 29-year-old has now blown two of his last three save chances and walked eight batters in his last 7.2 innings.
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