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date ip
Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Earned Run Average
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Sep 16, 2022 3.1 5 12 4.05 -1
Sep 9, 2022 5.2 5 12 3.89 -4
Sep 4, 2022 5.0 5 11 3.79 24.5
Aug 29, 2022 6.0 4 11 3.94 3
Aug 23, 2022 5.2 4 10 3.84 10

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
2022 2589.6 144.3 5 12 142 43 4.05 1.25
2021 472.514.8 187.0 13 9 207 57 3.37 1.18
2020 807.3 53.0 3 5 60 23 5.60 1.51
3y Avg. 280.514 112.0 8 5 123 34 3.54 1.21
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Roster
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Start
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Fantasy News

  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Yet to resume throwing

    Manager Aaron Boone said Sunday that Montas (shoulder) has yet to resume a throwing program, Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record reports. The 29-year-old landed on the injured list last week with shoulder inflammation and received a cortisone injection, and the fact he has yet to resume throwing makes it increasingly unlikely he'll be able to return before the end of the regular season as previously hoped. Montas remains without an official return timeline, and Boone also said the right-hander likely won't be built up beyond 40 pitches before the first round of the playoffs.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: To IL, could make one more start

    Montas was placed on the 15-day injured list Tuesday with right shoulder inflammation. It was reported before the roster move that Montas recently received a cortisone shot and is hopeful to make one more start in the final week of the season. Under that best-case scenario, Montas would probably return to start one of three games in Texas during the first week of October. However, given that he last threw 3.1 innings Sept. 16, Montas may not be cleared to log enough innings to qualify for the win if he is able to make one more regular-season start. Domingo German should operate as the team's fifth starter for now.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Gets cortisone shot

    Montas (shoulder), who got a cortisone shot recently, hopes to make one more start this regular season, Marly Rivera of ESPN.com reports. His MRI showed just inflammation, so the cortisone shot will hopefully help reduce symptoms. If one start is the best-case scenario for Montas, that would suggest he won't return before the last week of the season.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: MRI brings good news

    Montas underwent an MRI on Saturday that revealed no structural damage to his right shoulder, leaving the Yankees optimistic that he won't miss much time, Jon Heyman and Dan Martin of the New York Post report. Montas was sent in for tests after he experienced discomfort in his right shoulder during his rough start against the Brewers this past Friday. While he was still a member of the Athletics in July, the right-hander missed two weeks due to inflammation in the shoulder, but he believes the discomfort he's experiencing this time around isn't as significant. Even so, Montas is uncertain to make his next start, which would likely come sometime between Thursday and Saturday against the Red Sox. If Montas isn't ready to pitch this week, Domingo German would likely rejoin the rotation in his stead.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Could be ticketed for IL

    Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Sunday that Montas (shoulder) could require a trip to the injured list, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. The Yankees reportedly have Montas' MRI results, but they want him to be seen by the team physician in New York before making a final determination on his timetable. Montas appears to be trending in the wrong direction after the team announced Saturday he would miss his next turn through the rotation due to the right shoulder discomfort he experienced in his start Friday in the Yankees' 7-6 loss to the Brewers.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Won't make next start

    Montas (shoulder) won't make his next start on normal rest, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports. Montas is undergoing an MRI on his shoulder following Friday's start against Milwaukee, and the results of his examination will help determine whether he requires a trip to the injured list. Regardless of whether he lands on the IL, he'll require at least a few additional days of rest prior to making his next start. Domingo German will likely rejoin the Yankees' rotation late next week.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Possible shoulder issue

    Montas will undergo an MRI on his shoulder, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports. Montas started Friday's series opener in Milwaukee and allowed four runs on four hits and four walks while striking out two in 3.1 innings. He felt something in his shoulder after the game, but he's optimistic that he isn't dealing with a serious injury. A better idea of his status going forward will likely be revealed once the results of his MRI are known.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Walks four in no-decision

    Montas gave up four earned runs on four hits and four walks while striking out two over 3.1 innings in a 7-6 loss to the Brewers on Friday. He did not factor into the decision. Montas has struggled immensely since coming over to the Yankees and his unusual bout of ineffectiveness continued in Milwaukee. The major damage in this contest came on a three-run homer by Willy Adames in the second inning. Montas has now issued eight free passes over his past two starts and has a miserable 6.35 ERA in eight starts as a Yankee. He will look to rectify his control problems and get back to the pitcher he was in Oakland his next time out against the Red Sox.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Allows four runs in loss

    Montas (5-12) took the loss to the Rays on Friday, allowing four runs on nine hits while striking out four and walking four over 5.2 innings. Montas had an ugly game against the Rays on Friday, allowing 13 baserunners on nine hits and four walks. He was inefficient, tossing 63 of 106 pitches for strikes across 5.2 frames. Although he gave up four runs, none were via the long ball. Instead, Montas was burned by three doubles that scored all four runs. This was the eighth time in his last 10 games where the righty failed to make it to the end of the sixth inning and he has not earned a quality start since June 28. Friday's performance raised his ERA to 3.89.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Five scoreless innings in win

    Montas (5-11) earned the win Sunday as he struck out seven over five scoreless innings. He allowed one hit and did not walk a batter. Montas logged his first scoreless start since joining the Yankees on Aug. 2 with five shutout innings Sunday. He also allowed one hit for just the second time this year and did not walk a batter for the second start in a row. Perhaps this start is a sign that the 29-year-old has found his groove again, which would be good timing as the Yankees attempt to stave off the Rays down the stretch. He lines up to face Tampa Bay again next weekend.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Stung by long ball

    Montas (4-11) took the loss against the Angels on Monday, allowing four runs on eight hits and no walks while striking out six batters over six innings. Montas threw 62 of 91 pitches for strikes and induced 15 swings-and-misses, but his inability to keep the ball in the park cost him in the loss. He was rocked for solo shots by Luis Rengifo and Mike Ford before serving up the decisive two-run homer to Shohei Ohtani in the fifth inning. Montas hadn't given up more than two long balls in any contest before Monday, so this was more of an aberration than the norm for him. He's yet to get into the win column as a Yankee, going 0-2 with a 7.02 ERA and 1.52 WHIP over 25.2 innings through five starts.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Falls just short of quality start

    Montas didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Mets, allowing two runs on six hits and a walk over 5.2 innings. He struck out six. It was the right-hander's best performance yet since being dealt by Oakland at the trade deadline, although Montas is still looking for his first win and first quality start in pinstripes. In four starts since joining the Yankees, the 29-year-old has a 7.32 ERA, 1.58 WHIP and 14:7 K:BB through 19.2 innings.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Struggles in loss

    Montas (4-10) took the loss Thursday against Toronto, allowing six runs on eight hits and a walk while striking out two in six innings. The second inning was a nightmare for Montas as the Blue Jays scored five times, capped off by a two-out, three-run homer by Vladimir Guerrero. Following that, he settled down, allowing just one run and inducing seven groundball outs over the final four frames. Two of his three starts as a Yankee have been subpar and he has a 9.00 ERA, 1.71 WHIP and 8:6 K:BB in 14 innings since being acquired from the A's. His next start will likely come in the middle of next week in the Subway Series.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Gives up two in no-decision

    Montas gave up two earned runs on five hits and two walks while striking out four over five innings in a 3-2 win over the Red Sox on Saturday. He did not factor into the decision. Montas bounced back from a rough Yankees debut his last time out with five effective innings of work. The damage came in the fourth inning, when he hit Jarren Duran with the bases loaded on an errant cutter inside before giving up a sacrifice fly. Montas threw only 78 pitches and remains on a pitch count as he builds up his workload after recently dealing with right shoulder inflammation. Montas will carry a 3.59 ERA into his next start, which is tentatively expected to be at home against the Blue Jays.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Allows six runs in team debut

    Montas did not factor into the decision Sunday, allowing six runs on five hits and three walks over three innings against the Cardinals. He struck out two. The newest Yankees starter was largely ineffective in his team debut, as he only made it through three innings on 64 pitches while allowing a season-high six earned runs. Nolan Arenado provided most of the firepower for the Cardinals, tagging Montas for an RBI single in the first and a three-run home run in the second before Aaron Boone pulled Montas from the game. The veteran right-hander, who has just one victory since June 11, will look to sharpen up in his next scheduled start in Boston.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Activated for team debut

    The Yankees reinstated Montas (personal) from the bereavement list in advance of his scheduled start Sunday in St. Louis. Montas will be making his Yankees debut Sunday after he left the team shortly after being acquired from the Athletics earlier in the week to attend to a death in his family. Assuming the right-hander was able to throw a bullpen session amid his brief absence from the team, he shouldn't face any major restrictions when he takes the hill Sunday. Prior to being acquired from Oakland, Montas went 4-9 with a 3.18 ERA and 1.14 WHIP across 19 innings, but his prospects for picking up wins should improve greatly now that he's backed by one of the majors' top offenses.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Debuting for new team Sunday

    Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Montas (personal) will be activated from the bereavement list to start Sunday's game in St. Louis, Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record reports. Shortly after being acquired from the Athletics, Montas learned of a death in his family, so he'll take a few days off before meeting up with the Yankees in St. Louis. Though he turned in a 3.18 ERA and 1.14 WHIP over his 19 starts with Oakland this season, Montas was saddled with a 4-9 record, but wins should be easier to come by in the final two months of the season while he's supported by one of the majors' top offenses.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Goes on bereavement list

    The Yankees placed Montas on the bereavement list Wednesday. Per Lindsey Adler of The Athletic, manager Aaron Boone noted Tuesday that due to a death in his family, Montas had yet to report to the Yankees after he was acquired from the Athletics on Monday. He'll take the next couple of days to tend to the family matter before rejoining the Yankees for their series in St. Louis this weekend. Assuming he's able to throw a bullpen session while he's away from the team, Montas could be ready to make his first start for the Yankees at some point during the three-game series with the Cardinals.
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  • Yankees' Frankie Montas: Traded to Yankees

    Montas and Lou Trivino were traded from the A's to the Yankees on Monday, Jack Curry of YES Network reports. Montas was arguably the top starter still available on the trade market, and he wound up being reeled in by the Yankees. It remains to be seen who will head to Oakland in return.
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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: Goes five innings in win

    Montas (4-9) allowed three runs (two earned) on seven hits, three walks and two hit batsmen while striking out four in five innings in a win over the Astros on Tuesday. Montas had some control issues, but he was able to limit the damage. The Athletics' bullpen followed up with four scoreless innings of relief to give the right-hander his first win since June 11. Montas threw 78 pitches (44 strikes) in this outing, which puts him in the neighborhood of a normal workload. He has a 3.18 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 109:28 K:BB across 104.2 innings in 19 starts this year. The 29-year-old is considered a top trade target, so there's no guarantee his next outing comes in Oakland's green and gold. If he stays put, he's tentatively projected for a road start versus the Angels next week.
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