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NL West Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
22-12 5-5 W2
22-13 6-4 W1
21-14 7-3 W1
18-18 5-5 L3
17-18 2-8 L2

2022 Pitching

Innings Pitched
Earned Run Average
Base on Balls (Walk)
Regular Season 13.1 0 1 6.08 13 2

Top Anthony DeSclafani News

  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Shifts to 60-day injured list

    DeSclafani (ankle) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Monday.

    DeSclafani has been out since late April with right ankle inflammation. He's been throwing for nearly two weeks but apparently won't be ready for game action until late June. Per Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic, the veteran righty apparently hasn't suffered any sort of setback, but the Giants want to take things slowly with his recovery.

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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Throws bullpen session

    DeSclafani (ankle) threw a bullpen session Monday, Maria I. Guardado of reports.

    DeSclafani has been out for two and a half weeks with right ankle inflammation. He's taking steps in the right direction, as he resumed throwing last Monday and has advanced to bullpen work one week later, but he remains without a clear timeline to return.

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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Resumes throwing

    DeSclafani (ankle) played catch Monday, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic reports.

    DeSclafani hit the injured list in late April with right ankle inflammation and was shut down from throwing for a week. He probably won't need all that much time to get back up to speed, as he's been out for less than two weeks, but his expected return date has not yet been specified.

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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Won't throw for one week

    DeSclafani (ankle) won't throw for a week, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    DeSclafani visited an ankle specialist Monday and underwent an MRI, but the test didn't reveal anything more than the inflammation he'd already been diagnosed with. He won't throw for another week and will have to get back up to speed at that point, but he's at least avoided a more serious diagnosis.

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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Visiting ankle specialist

    DeSclafani (ankle) is visiting an ankle specialist, Dr. Robert Anderson, Monday in Green Bay, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic reports.

    The right-hander was placed on the injured list with right ankle inflammation Friday and will head up to Green Bay with the Giants in Milwaukee for one game. DeSclafani battled the same injury during 2021, and his fastball velocity this season was down about two mph before landing on the shelf. The 32-year-old remains without an official timeline for his return, though that could come into focus following Monday's evaluation.

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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Out with ankle injury

    DeSclafani was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday with right ankle inflammation, Evan Webeck of The San Jose Mercury News reports.

    The 32-year-old gave up five runs during Thursday's loss to the Mets and has had decreased velocity early in the season, and he's now scheduled to undergo an MRI on Monday. DeSclafani dealt with a similar issue last season, though he didn't miss much time after receiving a cortisone injection. It's unclear exactly how long the right-hander will be sidelined this time around.

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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Knocked around by Mets

    DeSclafani (0-1) allowed five earned runs on nine hits and a walk while striking out four across five innings to take the loss Thursday against the Mets.

    DeSclafani gave up all of his runs across the first three innings, including two solo home runs. However, he was in trouble for nearly the entire outing, as he allowed multiple baserunners in three of his five frames. Positively, this was DeScalfani's longest effort of the season, so if he pitches well he should be able to work relatively deep into his next start -- currently projected to come Tuesday at home against Oakland. Through three appearances, DeScalafani has a 6.08 ERA and 13:2 K:BB across 13.1 frames on the campaign.

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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Fans four with no walks

    DeSclafani allowed two runs on five hits while striking out four across 4.2 innings in a no-decision Saturday against the Guardians.

    DeSclafani tossed 40 of his 64 pitches for strikes in this one and his command has been quite good to start the season, as he owns a 9:1 K:BB through 8.1 innings in 2022. He's looking to build off a strong campaign last season in which he posted a 3.17 ERA with a 1.09 WHIP across 167.2 frames, and he will try to earn his first win of the season in his next scheduled start, tabbed for April 21 on the road against the Mets.

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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Strikes out five in no-decision

    DeSclafani allowed two runs on eight hits and a walk while striking out five in 3.2 innings during Sunday's win over the Marlins. He didn't factor into the decision.

    DeSclafani's five strikeouts were encouraging during his season debut, but he was unable to qualify for the win since he lasted just 3.2 innings while throwing 74 pitches. Once he's fully built up, the right-hander figures to factor into more wins after he posted a 13-7 record with a 3.17 ERA and 1.09 WHIP in 167.2 innings last year. He tentatively lines up to make his next start on the road against Cleveland on Saturday.

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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Strong showing in win

    DeSclafani allowed one run on six hits and struck out two over 4.2 innings versus the Royals on Wednesday.

    DeSclafani has already covered 7.2 innings in two Cactus League appearances. He's allowed one run, eight hits and one walk with three strikeouts. The 31-year-old right-hander was excellent with a 3.17 ERA, 1.09 WHIP and 152:42 K:BB in 167.2 innings last season. He'll likely slot into the middle of the Giants' rotation, with Logan Webb and Carlos Rodon occupying the top spots. DeSclafani should be a solid late-round option in fantasy if he can come close to replicating his 2021 campaign.

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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Returns to San Francisco

    DeSclafani re-signed with the Giants for three years and $36 million Monday, Jeff Passan of reports.

    DeSclafani hasn't been remotely consistent from year to year, but he's had several strong seasons, including a career-best 3.17 ERA in 31 starts for the Giants in 2021. His 22.5 percent strikeout rate was slightly below average, but contact isn't punished as frequently in Oracle Park as it is elsewhere, and he avoided long rallies thanks to his 6.2 percent walk rate. The Giants evidently believe DeSclafani reached a new level last season and won't fall back to being the guy who posted a 7.22 ERA in 2020 or a 4.93 ERA in 2018. The ceiling may not be particularly high here, and his age (he'll turn 32 in April) as well as the likelihood of regression in his .265 BABIP both add risk, but the veteran righty still looks like a good bet to be a capable mid-rotation arm in 2022.

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  • Anthony DeSclafani: Doesn't receive qualifying offer

    DeSclafani didn't receive a qualifying offer from the Giants, Jeff Passan of reports.

    DeSclafani performed well during his first season with the Giants with a 3.17 ERA and 1.09 WHIP in 167.2 innings across 31 starts. However, he'll now become a free agent with no draft-pick penalty attached after San Francisco declined to offer him a one-year, $18.4 million deal.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 200 lbs
Birthplace: Freehold, NJ
Age: 32
School: Florida
Experience: 7
Bats/Throws: R, R