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Jun 3, 2022 1 1 3.94 0
May 28, 2022 1 1 4.02 0 1.5
May 25, 2022 1 1 4.30 0 -0.5
May 22, 2022 1 1 3.86 0 -1.5
May 20, 2022 1 1 3.29 0 2

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 21.51.1 16.0 1 1 9 10 3.94 1.56
2021 81.51.6 42.7 4 4 41 22 3.16 1.41
2020 56.52.6 20.7 2 1 1 17 12 2.18 1.21
3y Avg. 67.51.9 31.7 3 2 0 29 17 2.84 1.36
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Starts throwing program

    Taylor (elbow) started a throwing program at the Astros' spring training complex Thursday, Danielle Lerner of the Houston Chronicle reports. He has been sidelined with elbow inflammation since early June. Now that Taylor is throwing again, the Astros will likely ramp him up slowly given the nature of his injury.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Shifts to 60-day injured list

    Taylor (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Friday, Danielle Lerner of the Houston Chronicle reports. Taylor has been out with elbow inflammation since early June. He didn't have a clear timetable for his return, but he'll now be ineligible for activation before early August.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Diagnosis updated to inflammation

    Taylor's elbow injury is now being called inflammation rather than discomfort, Danielle Lerner of the Houston Chronicle reports. The new diagnosis pushes back Taylor's potential return date, but he's at least avoided an injury serious enough to require surgery. When exactly he's expected to be back is unclear, however.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Visiting doctor

    Taylor (elbow) will visit a doctor Monday to receive a more specific diagnosis, Danielle Lerner of the Houston Chronicle reports. Taylor hasn't thrown since leaving his outing Friday against the Royals with what has been referred to as left elbow discomfort. A clearer timeline for his return should become clear once his diagnosis is clarified.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Headed to IL

    Taylor was placed on the 15-day injured list Saturday with what was originally labeled left elbow discomfort, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. Taylor is in Houston undergoing further testing on his arm, and a more definitive diagnosis should be forthcoming. The fact that it was serious enough for him to exit Friday's game after six pitches and then head back to Houston to be examined suggests it could be a pretty serious elbow injury.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Out with elbow discomfort

    Taylor is dealing with left elbow discomfort and is heading back to Houston for further testing, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. This sounds pretty ominous, and it's worth noting that Taylor's velocity was down a tick Friday and catcher Martin Maldonado summoned the trainers from the dugout. Taylor should be considered out indefinitely.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Exits with injury

    Taylor exited Friday's game against the Royals with an apparent injury, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. His velocity was down a tick on his first two fastballs and Martin Maldonado stopped play and summoned the trainers from the dugout. The team may conduct some tests after the game before providing a diagnosis.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Joins bullpen for ALCS

    The Astros added Taylor to the ALCS roster ahead of Game 1 on Friday, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. Taylor will serve as another lefty relief option to potentially face the likes of Kyle Schwarber, Rafael Devers and Alex Verdugo in the championship series. He posted a 3.16 ERA and 1.41 WHIP in 42.2 innings during the regular season, recording five holds along with five blown saves.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Not on playoff roster

    Taylor was not included as part of the Astros' roster for their ALDS matchup against the White Sox. Taylor spent the entirety of the regular season in the majors, outside of a brief rehab stint in late May, but he's apparently not seen as one of the team's top 12 pitchers despite the fact that he recorded a 3.16 ERA in 42.2 innings. The decision appears to be a strategic one, as the Astros will carry just a single left-handed reliever (Brooks Raley) against a White Sox team that skews heavily right-handed. If the Astros advance to the ALCS and decide they need a second lefty, Taylor will likely return to the roster.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Takes loss in relief Saturday

    Taylor (2-3) was tagged with the loss in relief Saturday against the Giants after allowing one run on one hit and a walk across two-thirds of an inning. Taylor pitched the sixth inning but couldn't complete the frame before being lifted, as he allowed a walk to Austin Slater and a single to Darin Ruf, who ended up scoring on an RBI single from Brandon Crawford two at-bats later. Taylor, who tossed just five of his 11 pitches for strikes, has now given up runs in back-to-back outings and has posted a 4.09 ERA with a 1.55 WHIP and a 6.5 BB/9 across 11.0 innings in July.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Experiences diminished velo

    Taylor's fastball velocity has decreased recently, but he says it is not due to injury, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. Taylor has averaged 93.2 mph with his four-seamer, but the left-hander ended the eighth inning of Friday's game with a heater that measured just 86.9 mph. He averaged just 91.2 for the 18 four-seam fastballs he threw during the 7-3 win over Texas. Manager Dusty Baker asked about the drop, and the pitcher said he's okay. The manager speculated that he could be out of sync, which can affect velocity. Taylor has worked 3.1 scoreless innings over four outings since returning from the All-Star break.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Picks up first win

    Taylor (1-2) retired all four batters faced to earn the victory in Sunday's 4-3 extra-inning win over Cleveland. Taylor made quick work of Cleveland hitters, retiring all four in just 11 pitches. This comes after the high-wire act he pulled Friday when Cleveland loaded the bases off him with three weak-contact hits. With two outs, manager Dusty Baker left Taylor in, and the pitcher rewarded the manager by striking out Harold Ramirez on a 2-2 slider. Since coming off the injured list, the second-year lefty has a 1.38 ERA and 1.15 WHIP with 17 strikeouts and four walks over 13 innings. Baker has navigated a bullpen without much surety beyond closer Ryan Pressly, but Taylor appears to be emerging as a late-inning option.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Takes second loss

    Taylor (0-2) allowed an unearned run in one-third of an inning in Sunday's extra-inning loss to Detroit. In the bottom of the 10th, Akil Baddoo was Detroit's initial runner, and he moved to third on a groundout before scoring on a sacrifice bunt that stuck Taylor with the loss. The southpaw still has a decent 3.17 ERA, 1.16 WHIP and 15:5 K:BB across 14.2 innings. He's added three blown saves and two holds in 16 appearances, mainly in a low-leverage role.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Mops up in loss

    Taylor allowed one hit and struck out two over a scoreless inning in Thursday's 5-1 loss to Boston. This was Taylor's first appearance since being activated from the injured list Monday. He had been on the IL since mid-April due to a sprained ankle. Houston's bullpen has had a few meltdowns within the last two weeks, so Taylor could emerge with a high-leverage or setup role if he can get outs consistently.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Activated from injured list

    The Astros are activating Taylor (ankle) from the injured list ahead of Monday's game against the Red Sox , Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. Taylor was placed on the injured list in mid-April with a severely sprained ankle. The southpaw has been rehabbing at Triple-A Sugar Land during the past week and will now rejoin the Astros' bullpen Monday against Boston.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Set to throw two innings

    Taylor (ankle) is expected to throw two innings in his next rehab outing, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. Taylor has tossed one inning in each of his first three rehab appearances, and he's posted a 6.00 ERA and 2.00 WHIP during that time. Taylor will apparently build up his innings count during his next outing, but he could return to the major-league bullpen shortly after if things go as planned.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Starts rehab assignment

    Taylor (ankle) allowed one hit over a scoreless inning for Triple-A Sugar Land on Sunday. Taylor kicked off his rehab assignment and could return to Houston at some point next week, given that relievers don't need to build up pitch counts. Houston's bullpen, which played a significant negative role during a three-game sweep at the hands of the Rangers this weekend, could use the help.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Nearing rehab assignment

    Manager Dusty Baker said Thursday that Taylor (ankle) will begin a minor-league rehab assignment "in the next couple days," Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. Taylor was carted off the field in mid-April due to a severely sprained right ankle and has now been sidelined for over a month. However, the left-hander appears to be nearing his return to the major-league bullpen. Taylor is unlikely to need much time to build up once he begins his rehab assignment.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Throws off flat ground

    Taylor (ankle) has been throwing off flat ground, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. Taylor had to be carted off the field in mid-April due to what was called a severely sprained right ankle. He's still not close to returning from the injured list but at least appears to be trending in the right direction.
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  • Astros' Blake Taylor: Carted off field

    Taylor was carted off the field after rolling his right ankle in Friday's game against the Mariners, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. Taylor entered Friday's game in the bottom of the eighth inning and allowed one run on two hits while striking out one in two-thirds of an inning. However, he appeared to be in considerable pain after fielding a bunt from Taylor Trammell, and he was immediately carted off the field. The severity of the injury isn't yet clear.
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