Recent Games

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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Earned Run Average
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Jun 26, 2022 2.2 0 2 6.63 -11.5
Jun 21, 2022 3.0 0 1 7.71 -1.5
Apr 21, 2022 5.0 0 1 6.08 -3
Apr 16, 2022 4.2 0 0 4.32 9
Apr 10, 2022 3.2 0 0 4.91 1.5

Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Saves
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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
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 2.50.5 19.0 2 17 4 6.63 2.00
2021 43614.1 167.7 13 7 152 42 3.17 1.09
3y Avg. 154.510.3 73.3 5 4 65 21 4.05 1.27
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Fantasy News

  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Transferred to 60-day IL

    DeSclafani (ankle) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Thursday, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports. DeSclafani announced last weekend that he'll miss the remainder of the season due to his right ankle surgery, so his move to the 60-day IL is simply procedural. The transaction clears space on the 40-man roster for Tobias Myers, who was traded from Cleveland to San Francisco on Thursday. DeSclafani will likely be ready for spring training in 2023 since he carries a recovery timetable of 4-to-5 months.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Won't return this season

    DeSclafani (ankle) said Sunday that he's out for the season, Evan Webeck of The San Jose Mercury News reports. DeSclafani is scheduled to undergo a procedure July 12 to set a tendon in place in his right ankle, which has forced him to the injured list on two occasions this season. The right-hander will require 4-to-5 months to recover, so it seems likely that he'll be able to return to the field for the start of spring training in 2023. DeSclafani posted a 9.95 ERA and 2.05 WHIP in 19 innings over five starts this season.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Headed for ankle surgery

    Giants manager Gabe Kapler said Sunday that DeSclafani will undergo surgery on his right ankle July 12, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Surgery was floated as a possibility for DeSclafani after he landed on the 15-day injured list Friday due to a recurrence of inflammation in the ankle, the same injury that sidelined him for two months before he returned from the shelf to make two starts. After the Giants reassessed DeSclafani on Saturday, the pitcher will elect to go under the knife with the hope of resolving the ankle injury once and for all. Kapler wasn't able to provide a timeline for DeSclafani's return from surgery, but another multi-month absence could be in the forecast for the 32-year-old right-hander.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Returns to injured list

    DeSclafani was placed on the injured list Friday with right ankle inflammation, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. DeSclafani missed two months with the same issue earlier in the season, and he didn't look anything close to good in two starts since his return, giving up 12 runs in 5.2 combined innings. The Giants are worried about the recurrence of the injury, and surgery is on the table, Pavlovic reports. Jakob Junis (hamstring) is expected to eventually fill DeSclafani's spot in the rotation, but the team may have to go with a bullpen game or two until Junis ready to return.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Pelted for seven runs

    DeSclafani (0-2) gave up seven earned runs on seven hits and a walk over 2.2 innings in a 10-3 loss to the Reds on Sunday. He struck out one and was tagged with the loss. DeSclafani had another miserable start since coming off the IL due to ankle inflammation, this time being chased after only 53 pitches in what should have been a relatively soft matchup. The veteran right-hander has now given up 12 earned runs in his past two starts to balloon his ERA up to 9.95 over 19 innings. DeSclafani will look to get back on track and recapture some of his success from 2021 in his next expected start Sunday against the White Sox.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Lit up in return

    Desclafani gave up five earned runs on six hits -- including two home runs -- in a 12-10 win over the Braves on Tuesday. He struck out three and did not factor into the decision. Desclafani's first start since April 21 did not go well. He was pelted by the Braves consistently, including home runs off the bats of Marcell Ozuna and Matt Olson. Desclafani's workload was expected to be limited for this start due to him having just missed two months on the IL due to ankle inflammation, but his ineffectiveness could have led to him being pulled from the game anyhow. The 32-year-old right-hander is coming off a career season in 2021 with 13 wins and a 3.17 ERA over 167.2 innings. He should have a chance to get back on track in his next start against the Reds this weekend.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Activated for Tuesday's start

    DeSclafani (ankle) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list and is starting Tuesday's game against Atlanta. The 32-year-old was previously confirmed as Tuesday's starting pitcher, and he's now officially back on San Francisco's active roster. DeSclafani has been sidelined by ankle inflammation for the past two months, and he figures to face some workload limitations in his first couple outings back from the injury since he covered only 2.2 innings during his final rehab start with Triple-A Sacramento.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Confirmed as Tuesday's starter

    DeSclafani (ankle) will be activated from the 60-day injured list to start Tuesday's game against the Braves, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. DeSclafani will make his first start since April 21 after missing almost two entire months due to right ankle inflammation. His last rehab outing lasted just 2.2 innings at Triple-A Sacramento, so it wouldn't be surprising to see the Giants hold him to a pitch count Tuesday evening, though the club has yet to announce any such restriction. The move will be made official closer to first pitch, as San Francisco will need to send someone off the active roster to make room for DeSclafani's activation.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Likely to return Tuesday

    DeSclafani (ankle) rejoined the Giants on their road trip Sunday and appears on track to return from the 60-day injured list to start Tuesday in Atlanta, Evan Webeck of The San Jose Mercury News reports. DeSclafani has been on the shelf since April 22 with right ankle inflammation, but he looks to be ready for a return to the big club after recently completing a pair of rehab starts in the minors. He most recently gave up four runs (three earned) on five hits and three walks over 2.2 innings Thursday for Triple-A Sacramento, tossing 60 pitches in that outing. DeSclafani could have some light restrictions with his workload Tuesday if he's indeed activated for that game, but the Giants have seemingly foreshadowed the right-hander's upcoming return by moving No. 5 starter Sam Long back to the bullpen over the weekend.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Candidate for Tuesday's start

    DeSclafani (ankle) is a candidate to start Tuesday's game in Atlanta, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports. Tuesday will be exactly two months after DeSclafani's last big-league outing, as he's missed an extended period with right ankle inflammation. He's made just two rehab appearances, throwing a combined 5.2 innings, but the Giants evidently feel as though he may be ready to go. Given that he's not stretched out to a full starter's workload, however, he's unlikely to be asked to pitch deep into Tuesday's game if the team does elect to activate him.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Solid in first rehab outing

    DeSclafani (ankle) allowed three hits and struck out three over three scoreless innings in a rehab start for Triple-A Sacramento on Saturday. DeSclafani was excellent in his first game action since April 21. The right-hander still isn't eligible to come off the 60-day injured list until late June, so he's likely to make another start or two with Sacaramento to build his pitch count back up before he rejoins the Giants' roster.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Slated for rehab start Saturday

    DeSclafani (ankle) will make a rehab start at Triple-A Sacramento on Saturday, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports. DeSclafani isn't eligible to return from the injured list until at least late June, but he's hopeful that he'll be cleared to rejoin the Giants after making just two rehab starts. The right-hander posted a 6.08 ERA and 1.80 WHIP in 13.1 innings over three starts prior to sustaining his ankle injury, and he's trending toward returning after a relatively minimal stay on the 60-day IL.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Throwing bullpen Friday

    DeSclafani (ankle) will throw a bullpen session Friday, Evan Webeck of The San Jose Mercury News reports. DeSclafani was transferred to the 60-day injured list in mid-May, and he'll be ineligible to return to game action until at least late June. However, he began throwing bullpen sessions in early May, and it's encouraging to see him continue throwing off a mound. It's not yet clear when he'll be able to face live hitters.
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  • 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. This strengthens Jakob Junis's hold on a rotation spot over the next month.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Throws bullpen session

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