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Fantasy Points
Aug 7, 2022 3.0 4 9 3.59 -5
Jun 28, 2022 6.0 3 8 3.20 11.5

Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points per Game
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 219.511 107.7 4 9 111 31 3.59 1.18
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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Fantasy News

  • 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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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: Feels good following start

    Montas reported feeling only "normal soreness" in his previously inflamed shoulder following his three-inning start Thursday against the Tigers, the Associated Press reports. Manager Mark Kotsay added that "Frankie should be ready to go" when asked about Montas making his next scheduled start. The right-hander was limited to 53 pitches against the Tigers, but if he continues to be free of any unusual residual effects in coming days, Montas could be ready to handle close to a normal workload when he next takes the mound against the Astros on Tuesday or Wednesday.
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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: Three scoreless frames in return

    Montas did not factor in the decision against Detroit in the second game of a doubleheader Thursday, throwing three scoreless innings during which he allowed two hits and one walk while striking out five batters. Montas went 18 days without pitching in a game due to a shoulder injury, so Oakland was conservative with his workload and held him to just 53 pitches. The right-hander was effective in the short outing, racking up five strikeouts and allowing only two hits. This may have been a showcase to provide evidence of Montas' health for other teams, as the hurler is one of the most likely players to be moved before the Aug. 2 trade deadline. For what it's worth, Montas proclaimed the shoulder to be a non-issue following the game, stating, "No pain at all. Feel like I was ready to go. My arm feels strong," per Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle.
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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: Cleared to start Thursday

    The Athletics confirmed Montas (shoulder) will start the second game of Thursday's doubleheader with the Tigers in Oakland. Montas was never forced to the injured list, and he'll make his return to action coming out of the All-Star break having not pitched in 18 days on account of a sore right shoulder. Though Montas' shoulder responded well to an aggressive bullpen session over the weekend, the Athletics could be careful with his workload Thursday with the hope of avoiding any potential setback to his arm ahead of the Aug. 2 trade deadline. The non-contending Athletics firmly put themselves in the seller camp even before the season began, and Montas currently ranks as the team's most prized trade asset in what is shaping up to be a weak market for starting pitchers. Before the shoulder issue surfaced, Montas had been in the midst of a strong statistical season, having turned in a 3.26 ERA and 1.09 WHIP to go with 100 strikeouts over 96.2 innings.
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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: Thursday start in play

    Montas (shoulder) responded "really well" to Saturday's aggressive bullpen session according to manager Mark Kotsay, and the right-hander has a chance to make a start in one of the games in Thursday's doubleheader against the Tigers, Matt Kawahara of The San Francisco Chronicle reports. Saturday's bullpen session was expected to have significant bearing on the Athletics' immediate post-All-Star-break plans for Montas, and this latest news certainly seems to indicate the right-hander is trending in the right direction. Montas is likely to test his shoulder out again at some point during the All-Star break in order to facilitate a final decision on whether he can return to action during Thursday's twin bill against Detroit.
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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: Won't pitch this weekend

    Montas (shoulder) won't pitch against the Astros this weekend and will instead throw two side session before rejoining the Athletics' rotation for the first game of the second half July 21, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. Rosenthal reported earlier Wednesday that the right-hander would pitch Saturday or Sunday in Houston, but this latest news confirms a change of plan. Montas hasn't seen game action since leaving his start in Seattle on July 3 after one inning, and it appears the shoulder soreness will sideline him until after the All-Star break.
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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: Set to return Saturday or Sunday

    The Athletics plan to have Montas (shoulder) make his return to the rotation for a start Saturday or Sunday in Houston, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. Montas, who hasn't started since July 3 due to right shoulder soreness, will be available to pitch in the Athletics' final series before the All-Star break after he completed a 25-pitch bullpen session Tuesday without incident. The Oakland coaching staff is still weighing whether to give Montas an additional day of rest following the bullpen session, but he's not expected to face any major workload restrictions regardless of if he takes the hill Saturday or Sunday. His upcoming start could be one of his final ones in an Oakland uniform, as Montas should be one of the most sought-after arms ahead of the Aug. 2 trade deadline.
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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: Throws bullpen session

    Montas (shoulder) felt good after a 25-pitch bullpen session Tuesday and hopes to start during the three-game series against the Astros this weekend, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. The right-hander had a throwing session Saturday and has now completed a successful bullpen session. The A's have refrained from placing Montas on the 15-day injured list due to the shoulder inflammation to this point, and it appears he's on track to re-enter the rotation without being placed on the shelf.
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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: Feeling good, won't pitch in Texas

    Athletics manager Mark Kotsay said Sunday that Montas (shoulder) "felt good" following his throwing session a day earlier, but the right-hander isn't scheduled to start during the team's three-game series in Texas that begins Monday, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Oakland looks as though it will decide whether to place Montas on the injured list or include him in the rotation for next weekend's series in Houston based on how he fares during a bullpen session, which will likely come Monday or Tuesday. Though Montas checked out fine after playing catch Saturday, getting on a mound and proving he can command all his pitches without any discomfort in his shoulder will be a stiffer test. If Montas is unable to pitch in next weekend's series, the Athletics could turn to Zach Logue, Adam Oller or Austin Pruitt to make a spot start.
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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: Plays catch Saturday

    Montas (shoulder) played catch Saturday, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Montas underwent an MRI on Tuesday that revealed no structural damage to his right shoulder, and he'll remain on the active roster rather than being placed on the injured list. It's not yet clear when he'll be able to return, but manager Mark Kotsay hopes that the right-hander will be able to make a start prior to the All-Star break.
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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: MRI yields good news

    Montas was diagnosed with inflammation but no structural damage to his right shoulder after undergoing an MRI on Tuesday, but he won't be available to make his next turn through Oakland's rotation, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Due to an off day Thursday, the Athletics wouldn't have to replace Montas in the rotation until the second game of their series with the Rangers next week. For now, Montas looks like he'll avoid a trip to the injured list, though those plans could change if his shoulder doesn't respond as well as hoped to the cortisone shot he received Wednesday. Montas tentatively lines up to return to the rotation for the Athletics' final series of the first half next weekend in Houston. Through his first 17 starts this season, Montas has compiled a 3.26 ERA, 1.09 WHIP and 100:24 K:BB in 96.2 innings, but he's been saddled with a 3-9 record due largely to poor support from his offense.
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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: MRI now slated for Tuesday

    Montas (shoulder) is now slated to undergo an MRI on Tuesday, but manager Mark Kotsay remains optimistic about the right-hander's status, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Kotsay noted Montas is doing well after exiting Sunday's start after just one inning due to tightness behind his right shoulder, and the Athletics skipper added that the tough-luck pitcher "doesn't feel like this is a big issue." The 29-year-old's status should become a lot clearer once the results of his evaluation are in, but if Montas' optimism proves warranted, he could potentially get through the issue without missing a start.
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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: MRI on tap Monday

    Montas (shoulder) is slated to undergo an MRI in Oakland on Monday, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. The right-hander experienced tightness behind his right shoulder in Sunday's brief 13-pitch start against the Mariners, with manager Mark Kotsay noting Montas couldn't get "fully extended" on his pitches. Consequently, a Monday MRI has already been ordered up, and the results should offer further clarity on Montas' chances of making his next scheduled start against the Astros on Saturday.
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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: Day-to-day with shoulder tightness

    Montas exited Sunday's game against the Mariners due to tightness in the back of his shoulder, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Montas was removed from Sunday's matchup after just one inning, and manager Mark Kotsay said after the game that the right-hander had trouble getting extended. The 29-year-old has been initially diagnosed with inflammation, but he's considered day-to-day for now. If Montas is cleared to make his next turn through the rotation, he tentatively lines up to start at home against the Astros on Saturday.
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  • Athletics' Frankie Montas: Takes loss despite quality start

    Montas (3-8) was charged with the loss Tuesday against the Yankees after giving up two runs on four hits with seven strikeouts and two walks across six innings. The right-hander has given up only two runs on six hits over 14 frames in his past two starts, but he didn't pick up a win in either outing. Montas wasn't at his best Tuesday but still pitched well, delivering 63 of his 105 pitches for strikes while generating 12 whiffs. He has a 3.20 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 99:24 K:BB through 16 starts this season, and he tentatively lines up to next take the mound Sunday in Seattle.
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