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Aug 14, 2022 2 5 3.02 1 4.5
Aug 10, 2022 2 5 3.11 1 2
Aug 5, 2022 2 5 3.16 1 7
Jul 29, 2022 2 5 3.38 1 3.5
Jul 22, 2022 2 5 3.43 1 4.5

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2022 1255.7 65.7 2 5 1 58 17 3.02 1.16
2021 1627 91.0 4 2 90 31 4.35 1.49
2020 38.53.5 55.3 2 8 49 21 6.18 1.57
3y Avg. 1437.2 97.3 4 6 84 32 5.18 1.47
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Picks up three-inning save

    Williams allowed three hits and struck out four in three scoreless innings to earn the save in Thursday's 8-0 win over the Cubs. Williams has bounced between the rotation and the bullpen this year. Three of his last four appearances came as a starter, but the return of Chris Bassitt from the COVID-19-related injured list looks to have sent Williams back to a long-relief role. He excelled in that usage Thursday, throwing two perfect frames before escaping a bases-loaded jam he created in the ninth. This was his first big-league save, as he has far more experience as a starter than as a reliever. He's pitched to a steady 3.56 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 53:14 K:BB in 55.2 innings overall. With Jacob deGrom likely back shortly after the All-Star break, Williams looks likely to be in the bullpen for the foreseeable future.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Dominates Marlins

    Williams (2-5) allowed two hits and no walks while striking out seven across seven scoreless innings to earn the win Thursday against the Marlins. Williams made his second consecutive turn through the rotation in place of Chris Bassitt (illness). Williams was excellent, as he allowed only one extra-base hit and also struck out a season-best seven hitters. Despite the strong outing, he's likely to return to the bullpen for the time being as Bassitt will be activated from the COVID-19 injured list prior to starting Friday.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Filling in for Bassitt again

    Williams is scheduled to start Thursday's series opener with the Marlins in New York. Chris Bassitt (illness) won't be ready to return from the COVID-19-related injured list until the weekend at the soonest, so Williams will pick up a second turn through the rotation as a result. Williams most recently made his seventh start of the season Saturday against the Rangers, lasting just 3.2 innings while surrendering five earned runs on five hits and one walk.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Hit hard by Rangers

    Williams (1-5) took the loss against Texas on Saturday, allowing five runs on five hits and one walk while striking out three batters over 3.2 innings. Williams started on short notice after Chris Bassitt landed on the COVID-19-related injured list Friday. The spot start wasn't entirely new for Williams -- he has been the opener for seven of his 15 appearances on the campaign -- but it may have contributed to the poor outing. Of the five hits Williams gave up, four went for extra bases, including three that left the park. Prior to Saturday, the veteran right-hander hadn't given up more than two long balls in any outing. He now has a 4.34 ERA and 1.34 WHIP over 45.2 innings this season.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Starting Saturday

    Williams will start Saturday against the Rangers, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports. Williams has filled a swingman role this season, starting six games and working out of the bullpen in eight more. He pitched in relief in his most recent outing Tuesday against the Astros, throwing 2.1 frames, but he's needed in the rotation again after Chris Bassitt landed on the COVID-19 injured list.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Struggles with long ball

    Williams (1-4) allowed three runs on four hits and three walks with two strikeouts in four innings, taking the loss Tuesday versus the Astros. The damage on Williams' line came on a pair of third-inning home runs. Jose Altuve hit a solo shot and Yordan Alvarez added a two-run blast, which was too much for the Mets to recover from in this contest. Williams has bounced between the bullpen and the rotation, logging six starts in 13 appearances. He owns a 3.86 ERA, 1.31 WHIP, 35:11 K:BB and a blown save in 39.2 innings overall. With Max Scherzer (oblique) nearing a return, Williams is likely to be ticketed back to a long-relief role soon, though he'll remain a top option on the major-league roster to make spot starts when needed.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Getting sixth start Tuesday

    The Mets list Williams as their starting pitcher for Tuesday's game in Houston, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. Williams has made his last two appearances as a reliever, but with Tylor Megill (shoulder) recently returning to the injured list, the Mets will need Williams to step back in the rotation this week. After he makes his sixth start of the season Tuesday, Williams could be headed back to the bullpen. Max Scherzer (oblique) is scheduled to make a rehab start at Double-A Binghamton on Tuesday, and if all goes well, he would be in line to return from the IL to replace Williams in the rotation on Sunday in Miami.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Looks set for bullpen role

    Williams isn't listed among the Mets' starting pitchers for their upcoming three-game series against the Brewers, suggesting he's been moved to a bullpen role, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Due to an off day last Thursday along with Tylor Megill's return from the injured list, the Mets got by with a four-man rotation last week that didn't include either Williams or David Peterson. Both pitchers appeared out of the bullpen during the Mets' three-game weekend series against the Angels, with Williams working in Saturday's 11-6 loss and tossing 0.2 scoreless innings. The Mets will transition back to a five-man rotation this week, but with Peterson set to take the hill Wednesday, Williams looks like he'll maintain a spot in the bullpen as a long-relief option moving forward.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Submits five solid frames

    Williams didn't factor into the decision during Sunday's 5-4 win against the Dodgers, allowing two runs on six hits with five strikeouts in five innings. Williams calmed down after surrendering a two-run Trea Turner home run in the first inning to keep Los Angeles off the board while excelling with five whiffs in five innings. The 30-year-old has now limited the damage to two runs or fewer in five of his last six appearances, dropping his ERA from 8.59 to 3.58. Williams is scheduled to pitch again next weekend against the Angels.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Cruises to first win

    Williams (1-3) picked up the win in Tuesday's 10-0 rout of the Nationals, allowing three hits and two walks over five scoreless innings while striking out one. The right-hander wasn't dominant, but he didn't give up much hard contact as all three hits off him were singles, and the Mets' offense did the rest. Williams also lasted five innings for the first time in four starts and nine appearances this season, giving him a rosier fantasy outlook if he can continue to last long enough to qualify for wins while acting as a stopgap in New York's injury-plagued rotation. He'll take a 3.58 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 23:6 K:BB through 27.2 innings into his next outing.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Back in rotation Tuesday

    Williams will start Tuesday's game against the Nationals at Citi Field, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. After making a spot start May 21 in Colorado, Williams made his most recent appearance out of the bullpen Wednesday in San Francisco. With starter Thomas Szapucki getting tagged for nine earned runs over 1.1 innings before exiting that contest, Williams ended up saving the bullpen by striking out five over 3.2 scoreless frames. He tossed 53 pitches in that outing and should be reasonably stretched out as he slots back into the rotation for what should be a two-start week. Williams' second turn is expected to come next Sunday in Los Angeles against the Dodgers.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Surrenders four runs in loss

    Williams (0-3) took the loss during Saturday's 11-3 defeat at the hands of the Rockies, allowing four runs on three hits with two strikeouts in four innings. Williams served up two-run homers in the first and second innings to fall behind early and New York wasn't able to recover. The 30-year-old fired 32 of 52 pitches for strikes, with only two of the swinging variety. However, Williams may stick around the rotation despite the mediocre performance as New York deals with multiple injuries to starters.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Pitching Saturday's nightcap

    Williams will start Game 2 of Saturday's doubleheader against the Rockies, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. Williams made his second start of the season Tuesday and threw 65 pitches over four scoreless frames, and he'll take the mound again Saturday on three days rest. The 30-year-old should remain in the Mets' starting rotation for the foreseeable future given the injuries to Jacob deGrom (shoulder), Max Scherzer (oblique) and Tylor Megill (biceps).
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Sharp in no-decision Tuesday

    Williams gave up four hits across four scoreless innings but didn't factor into the decision in the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Cardinals. He struck out six without walking a batter. Making his second start of the season, Williams baffled the Cards over 65 pitches (46 strikes) but wasn't stretched out enough to earn a win for his efforts in a 3-1 victory. With Tylor Megill (biceps) on the injured list, Williams figured to hang onto a rotation spot for a while, but his track record suggests he'll be volatile in that role.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Mets-Cardinals postponed Monday

    Williams and the Mets won't play against the Cardinals on Monday after the game was postponed due to inclement weather, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports. Monday's matchup will be made up as part of a doubleheader Tuesday. Williams will take the mound in one of the games during the twin bill, while Taijuan Walker will start in the other matchup, according to Thosar.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Likely to start Monday

    Manager Buck Showalter said Williams is likely to start Monday's game against the Cardinals, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. The right-hander last pitched Wednesday and covered 3.2 frames in long relief, and he'll make a spot start Monday after originally-scheduled starter Tylor Megill (biceps) was placed on the injured list. Williams threw 51 pitches during that outing, so he'll likely need to be efficient to have a chance of sticking around for the necessary five innings to potentially pick up a win.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Excels in long relief

    Williams struck out two and worked around two hits and a walk over 3.2 scoreless innings out of the bullpen in Wednesday's 8-3 loss to the Nationals. The appearance was Williams' second out of the bullpen since he lasted only two innings in an April 23 spot start against the Diamondbacks. Due to the heavy workload he handled Wednesday, Williams likely won't be available in relief in Thursday's series finale in Washington.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Rough outing in first start

    Williams (0-2) took the loss Saturday, coughing up four runs on seven hits over two-plus innings as the Mets fell 5-2 to the Diamondbacks. He didn't walk or strike out a batter. The right-hander pitched to contact, throwing 39 of 62 pitches for strikes, and while only one of the hits off Williams went for extra bases, most of them weren't cheapies. His 9.82 ERA through three appearances and 3.2 innings actually understates his struggles, as he's given up two unearned runs as well, and the 29-year-old is one of the most likely candidates in the Mets' bullpen to lose his spot when rosters shrink at the beginning of May -- if he doesn't get optioned to Triple-A Syracuse before then.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Picking up spot start

    Williams is slated to start Saturday's game against the Diamondbacks in Arizona, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. Williams has covered a total of 1.2 innings between his two relief appearances on the season, but he'll be pressed into a starting role Saturday after a rainout earlier in the week required the Mets to break add an extra man to the rotation temporarily. According to Puma, manager Buck Showalter said Williams "would be more than an opener" Saturday, but fantasy managers should temper expectations for the right-hander's workload, given that he isn't fully built up for starting duty.
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  • Mets' Trevor Williams: Takes loss against Nats

    Williams (0-1) got tagged with the loss Sunday against the Nationals, giving up two unearned runs on two hits in one inning of relief. Mets manager Buck Showalter said before the game he wanted to find work for his two bullpen arms -- Williams and Chasen Shreve -- that hadn't pitched yet this season, and he stuck to his guns even with the team clinging to a 2-1 lead heading into the eighth inning. Shreve, who had relieved Carlos Carrasco back in the sixth, gave up a leadoff single, and rather than turn to high-leverage relievers like Seth Lugo, Trevor May or Adam Ottavino, Showalter instead handed the ball to Williams. The result was a three-run Nats rally. The right-hander got no help from his defense, but the outing still reinforced that Williams is a better fit for middle relief and lower-leverage spots. He had zero wins, saves or holds last year in 10 appearances for the Mets in 2021 after coming over from the Pirates.
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