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Oct 1, 2022 2 1 2.65 0 6
Sep 28, 2022 2 1 2.80 0 3
Sep 25, 2022 2 1 2.88 0 1
Sep 21, 2022 2 1 2.97 0 2.5
Sep 20, 2022 2 1 3.06 0 1.5

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2022 872.4 37.3 2 1 42 11 2.65 1.18
2021 141.6 8.7 6 3 4.15 1.27
2020 40.4 8.7 2 6 2 4.15 1.15
3y Avg. 111.2 8.0 0 1 8 3 3.38 1.13
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Recalled from Triple-A

    Harvey was recalled from Triple-A Rochester on Friday, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. Harvey was optioned to Rochester on the final day of the first half, but he was brought back to take the spot of Tyler Clippard (groin) and will resume working out of the bullpen for the big club.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Heads to Triple-A

    The Nationals optioned Harvey to Triple-A Rochester on Sunday, Jessica Camerato of MLB.com reports. Since he tossed an inning in relief in three of the past four days, Harvey was unlikely to be available for Sunday's series finale versus Atlanta, a game the Nationals are treating as a bullpen day. With that in mind, the Nationals opted to replace Harvey on the 26-man active roster with Cory Abbott, who will be available as a multi-inning relief option after getting a call-up from Rochester.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Back from IL

    The Nationals reinstated Harvey (forearm) from the 60-day injured list Sunday. Washington optioned right-hander Joan Adon to Triple-A Rochester and transferred right-hander Jackson Tetreault (shoulder) from the 15-day IL to the 60-day IL to clear room on the 26-man active roster and 40-man roster for Harvey, who is back with the big club for the first time since late April. After a two-plus-month absence due to a right forearm strain, Harvey was cleared to rejoin the big-league bullpen after striking out four across 2.2 scoreless innings over his three minor-league rehab appearances.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Rehab moving to Triple-A

    Harvey (forearm) will report to Triple-A Rochester on Wednesday to continue his minor-league rehab assignment, Matt Weyrich of NBC Sports Washington reports. Harvey began his rehab assignment last week with the Nationals' rookie-level Florida Coast League affiliate, and he's now ready to move up to Triple-A. The right-hander has been on the injured list with a pronator strain in his right arm since April 21, so he'll likely require a handful of outings with Rochester to get back up to speed.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Begins rehab assignment

    Harvey (forearm) began a rehab assignment at the Nationals' rookie-level Florida Coast League affiliate Monday, Jessica Camerato of MLB.com reports. Harvey threw 19 pitches during Monday's outing and struck out two in a perfect inning. The Nationals plan for the right-hander to make one more appearance in the Florida Coast League before progressing to the Double-A or Triple-A level.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Shifts to 60-day IL

    The Nationals transferred Harvey (forearm) from the 10-day injured list to the 60-day IL on Tuesday. Harvey had been on the shelf since April 21 with a right forearm strain and wasn't on track to return for at least another week, so the move to the 60-day IL won't affect his return timeline. The right-hander resumed throwing off a mound in late May and could soon be ready to begin a minor-league rehab assignment that will likely consist of several relief appearances.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Resumes mound work

    Harvey (forearm) has resumed throwing bullpen sessions, Byron Kerr of MLB.com Harvey has been throwing at the Nationals' extended spring training facility, and he's built up to 20 pitches during his bullpen sessions. The right-hander will continue ramping up before he's cleared to face live hitters, and it's not yet clear when he will return to action.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Still not throwing

    Harvey (forearm) hasn't yet been cleared to resume throwing, Jessica Camerato of MLB.com reports. Harvey has been participating in workouts since late April, but it's not yet clear when he'll be able to throw. The right-hander has been on the injured list since April 21, so he'll likely need some time to ramp up his intensity once he's ultimately cleared for throwing sessions.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Cleared for workouts

    Manager Dave Martinez said Wednesday that Harvey (forearm) has been cleared to resume workouts, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. Although Harvey has been working out recently, he hasn't yet been cleared to resume throwing. He's been on the injured list for just under a week due to a pronator strain in his right arm, but he's downplayed the severity of the injury since landing on the IL. A timetable for his return to game action should come into focus once he begins a throwing program.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Hopes to resume throwing soon

    Harvey (forearm) said Friday that he hopes to resume throwing in a few days, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. Harvey was placed on the 10-day injured list Thursday due to a pronator strain in his right arm, but he compared the issue to a cramp and said that it isn't painful. However, he said that he encountered more serious injuries when pitching through similar issues in the past, so he's been shut down as a precautionary measure. As long as Harvey is able to resume throwing soon, he'll likely have a chance to return following a brief absence.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Heads to injured list

    Harvey landed on the 10-day injured list Thursday with a pronator strain in his right arm, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. Harvey simply hasn't been able to stay healthy throughout his career, and he was unable to even make it to the end of April before hitting the injured list yet again. He's pitched well in his four appearances for the Nationals, throwing 2.2 scoreless innings with three strikeouts, one walk and one hit, but it could be a while before he pitches again. He'll be out until the start of May at a minimum but could miss at least several more weeks. The Nationals have yet to specify when he's expected to return.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Rejoining big-league bullpen

    Harvey was recalled by the Nationals on Sunday. Harvey was unable to secure a roster spot out of spring training after joining the Nationals on March 21. However, with Mason Thompson (arm) hitting the injured list, the team has a need in its bullpen. Harvey is not likely to immediately contend for saves, though he could move his way towards the role with multiple strong outings.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Sent to minors

    Washington optioned Harvey to Triple-A Rochester on Tuesday, Matt Weyrich of NBC Sports Washington reports. Harvey, a 2013 first-round draft pick, is likely one of the top arms in the Washington bullpen from a talent standpoint, but myriad injury concerns have limited him to fewer than 35 regular-season innings pitched in six of the last seven campaigns. He was tending to a triceps injury earlier this spring before being waived by the Giants and subsequently claimed by the Nationals. Harvey looks to be healthy again, but Washington may want him to get some more appearances under his belt at Triple-A before considering him as an option for the big-league bullpen. The Nationals' closer picture looks unsettled at the moment, so Harvey could factor into the mix at some point if health prevails and if he's able to make bats miss at the prolific rate he did during his brief stint with Baltimore at the tail end of the 2019 season.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Set to pitch Sunday

    Harvey (triceps) is scheduled to make a relief appearance in Sunday's Grapefruit League game against the Astros, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. The outing will mark Harvey's spring and Nationals debut, after he was being brought along slowly at Giants camp earlier in March before being claimed off waivers by Washington two weeks ago. Though the upcoming appearance signals that Harvey is healthy again after he finished the 2021 campaign on the Orioles' injured list with a strained right triceps, he still has a minor-league option remaining and could wind up settling at Triple-A Rochester to begin the season.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Scheduled to face hitters

    Harvey (triceps) is slated to face hitters in a live batting practice session Wednesday, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports. The Nationals picked up Harvey on March 21 via waivers after the 27-year-old right-hander was designated for assignment for the second time since the end of the 2021 season. Though the oft-injured pitcher was able to pass a physical, he's still in the process of building up after he finished last season on the injured list with a right triceps strain. Harvey has yet to make his Grapefruit League debut and could be a candidate to open the season on the 15-day injured list, but he shouldn't be sidelined for much longer than the minimum amount of time if he avoids any further setbacks.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Set for bullpen Thursday

    Harvey (triceps) is expected to throw a bullpen session Thursday and could begin to throw live batting practice early next week, Jessica Camerato of MLB.com reports. The flame-throwing right-hander has had trouble staying healthy throughout his career, an issue which caused him to get designated for assignment by the Orioles in November before spending a few months on the Giants' 40-man roster and subsequently being claimed by the Nationals this week. He's in good spirits to begin his Washington tenure, however. "I feel really good," Harvey said Wednesday. "I've been feeling good, so I'm trying to keep it that way this year and stay healthy for the full season." If the 27-year-old can stay off the injured list, his 97 mph fastball and plus curveball could allow him to claim a high-leverage role in an unsettled Nats bullpen.
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  • Nationals' Hunter Harvey: Claimed by Nationals

    Harvey (triceps) was claimed off waivers by Washington on Monday, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports. Harvey has plenty of talent, but injuries have wrecked his career thus far, holding the 2013 first-round pick to 23.2 career major-league innings, including 8.2 in each of the last two seasons. He's already on his third team of the offseason, as he's been waived by both the Orioles and Giants. His talent should continue to earn him chances, but his unreliability means no team is likely to be particularly invested in him.
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  • Giants' Hunter Harvey: Dropped from 40-man roster

    The Giants designated Harvey (triceps) for assignment Monday, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. San Francisco dropped the talented but injury-prone Harvey from the 40-man roster to make room for Jakob Junis, who signed a one-year, $1.75 million deal with the team. The Giants put in a waiver claim for Harvey in November with the thought that he might make for a high-upside lottery ticket out of the bullpen, but he was at major-league camp for just a few days before losing his 40-man spot. If Harvey clears waivers this time around, he'll stick in the organization and presumably open the season with the Giants' Triple-A affiliate in Sacramento.
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  • Giants' Hunter Harvey: Claimed by Giants

    Harvey (triceps) was claimed off waivers by the Giants on Friday, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports. Harvey was limited to nine games for Baltimore in 2021 due to oblique, lat and triceps injuries, and the team opted to remove him from the 40-man roster. The 26-year-old was long considered one of the Orioles' top prospects, but his professional career has been marred by a plethora or injuries, prompting the team to move on.
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  • Orioles' Hunter Harvey: Transferred to 60-day IL

    Harvey was transferred to the 60-day injured list with a right triceps strain Tuesday. Harvey initially landed on the 10-day injured list with a right lat strain in early July, but he's now dealing with a triceps strain. Since he's already been on the injured list for over two months, Tuesday's move to the 60-day IL won't have an impact on his return timetable. Once the 26-year-old is deemed fully healthy, he'll likely remain at Triple-A Norfolk.
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