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Sep 25, 2022 2 2 3.42 2 3
Sep 22, 2022 2 2 3.48 2 3.5
Sep 20, 2022 2 2 3.55 2 4
Sep 17, 2022 2 2 3.70 2 5.5
Sep 13, 2022 2 2 3.83 2 -1

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2022 116.52.4 59.3 2 2 2 63 16 4.25 1.33
2021 541.7 36.0 1 44 15 6.75 1.50
2020 503.6 15.0 2 14 3 1.80 0.80
3y Avg. 652 36.3 1 0 1 40 16 5.45 1.49
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: Serving as opener Saturday

    Armstrong will serve as the opener during Saturday's game against the Rangers, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Armstrong tossed 48 pitches during Tuesday's matchup against the Blue Jays, and he'll begin Saturday's game on the mound after having a few days of rest. Ryan Yarbrough will likely follow Armstrong as the primary pitcher.
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: Tallies final out

    Armstrong tallied the final out in Friday's win over the Yankees to earn the save. J.T. Chargois began the ninth inning as the Rays held a three-run lead, but he allowed a homer and a walk before being yanked. Armstrong came in and got Gleyber Torres to fly out to record the final out and his second save of the season. Both of those have come in the last three weeks, though a trio of other Rays' relievers have picked up saves in between. For the season, Armstrong has recorded a 4.59 ERA and 1.35 WHIP with a 54:13 K:BB across 51 innings.
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: Suffers loss as opener

    Armstrong (2-2) took the loss Sunday, allowing a run on one hit and one walk over three innings against the Yankees. He struck out two. On the second pitch of the game, Armstrong served up a belt-high sinker which Aaron Judge crushed to the third deck of Tropicana Field. Armstrong was otherwise effective through three innings as he only allowed one other batter to reach base, a walk to Josh Donaldson. Despite the effort, Armstrong took the loss as the Yankees held Tampa Bay to one run. The 31-year-old now owns a 4.62 ERA through 50.2 innings this season, mainly as a reliever.
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: Serving as opening pitcher

    Armstrong will work as the Rays' opening pitcher in Sunday's game against the Yankees at Tropicana Field, MLB.com reports. Armstrong will be make his second straight appearance in a starting role after he led off a bullpen game in a 7-2 win over the Marlins on Tuesday, when Shane McClanahan (shoulder) was scratched ahead of the contest and then placed on the 15-day injured list. The right-hander stepped in to deliver three shutout innings, but don't expect the Rays to have him work much longer than that in Sunday's contest. Ryan Yarbrough is expected to serve as the Rays' bulk reliever and is more likely than Armstrong to factor into any decision.
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: Strong effort in surprise start

    Armstrong didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 7-2 win over the Marlins, allowing three hits over three scoreless innings. He struck out one without walking a batter. Pressed into duty as a spot starter after Shane McClanahan (shoulder) was a late scratch, Armstrong fired 36 of 48 pitches for strikes in an impressive performance. The Rays will look for a more permanent replacement in the rotation for McClanahan, so Armstrong should return to the bullpen, but the right-hander has worked more than one inning in six of his last nine appearances and would likely be a key part of any future bullpen days for Tampa. In 33 games since joining the Rays, he sports a 3.73 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 47:9 K:BB through 41 innings.
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: Earns first save

    Armstrong picked up the save in a perfect inning Monday against the Angels. He struck out one. Armstrong entered the Rays' saves carousel with his first save of the season Monday, as he retired the Angels in order to end the game. Interestingly, manager Kevin Cash turned to lockdown reliever Jason Adam in the eighth, opening the door for Armstrong to earn the save. The righty is now the 10th reliever to earn a save for Tampa Bay, so it is unlikely that he will provide many more down the stretch as the team tends to move players in and out of ninth inning duties.
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: Takes loss against Yankees

    Armstrong (0-1) surrendered one earned run on one hit in the ninth inning Thursday against the Yankees to take the loss. Armstrong entered the game in the ninth inning with the score knotted at 1-1. He retired the first batter he faced but surrendered a home run to Anthony Rizzo to take the loss. Since being recalled by the Rays on May 31, Armstrong has allowed two earned runs across 8.1 innings while maintaining an 11:2 K:BB.
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: Receives call from Triple-A

    Tampa Bay selected Armstrong's contract from Triple-A Durham on Tuesday, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. The Rays designated lefty reliever Ben Bowden for assignment and placed shortstop Wander Franco (quadriceps) on the 10-day injured list. Before signing with the Rays on a minor-league deal earlier this month, Armstrong made seven appearances in the majors with Miami this season, covering 6.2 innings and giving up eight earned runs on 10 hits and three walks.
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: Back in Tampa Bay organization

    Armstrong signed a minor-league contract with Tampa Bay on Wednesday and was assigned to Triple-A Durham, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. Armstrong was on the open market for just under a week after he elected free agency May 4 upon clearing waivers when the Marlins designated him for assignment. The 31-year-old right-hander will be continuing his career in a familiar organization, as he spent the second half of the 2021 season in Tampa Bay after coming over in a mid-season trade with the Orioles. He had gotten off to a rough start over his seven relief appearances with Miami this season, giving up eight earned runs on 10 hits and three walks over 6.2 innings.
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  • Marlins' Shawn Armstrong: Moved off 40-man roster

    The Marlins designated Armstrong for assignment Monday, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Zach Pop was optioned to Triple-A Jacksonville while Armstrong was removed from the 40-man roster entirely as the Marlins reduced their active roster from 28 to 26 men ahead of Monday's deadline. After winning a spot in the Marlins' Opening Day bullpen, Armstrong made seven appearances and was touched up for 10 runs (eight earned) on 10 hits and three walks across 6.2 innings.
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  • Marlins' Shawn Armstrong: Earns spot in Opening Day bullpen

    Armstrong's contract was selected by the Marlins on Thursday, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Armstrong joined the Marlins as a non-roster invitee in mid-March and posted a 2.08 ERA and 1.62 WHIP in 4.1 innings across five Grapefruit League starts. He'll presumably pitch in low-leverage situations out of Miami's bullpen.
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  • Marlins' Shawn Armstrong: Invited to big-league camp

    Armstrong signed a minor-league contract with the Marlins on Sunday that includes an invite to major-league spring training, Craig Mish of SportsGrid.com reports. Armstrong made 31 relief appearances for the Rays and Orioles last year and posted a 6.75 ERA and 1.50 WHIP in 36 innings. The right-hander will compete for a spot in the Marlins' bullpen ahead of Opening Day in 2022.
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: Clears waivers, sent to Triple-A

    Armstrong accepted an assignment to Triple-A Durham after clearing waivers Tuesday, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. Armstrong was DFA'd by the Rays on Sunday when Nick Anderson was activated from the 60-day injured list. The right-hander holds a 6.75 ERA, 1.50 WHIP and 44:15 K:BB across 36 innings with Tampa Bay and Baltimore this season, so it's not overly surprising to see him go unclaimed on waivers.
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: DFA'd Sunday

    The Rays designated Armstrong for assignment Sunday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The righty gets demoted after allowing four earned runs total in his last two appearances. Armstrong's 4.50 ERA in 16 innings since joining the Rays is respectable, and the Rays' frequent bullpen shuffling suggests he could find himself back with the club in the near future. That is, unless he gets claimed off waivers. Nick Anderson (elbow) was activated from the 60-day injured list to fill Armstrong's 40-man roster spot.
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: Continues impressing Monday

    Armstrong fired two scoreless frames in an extra-inning win over the Red Sox on Monday, allowing one hit while recording two strikeouts. The veteran right-hander has been a valuable addition to the Rays' bullpen since arriving in Tampa Bay at the trade deadline, posting a 1-0 record, one hold, a 2.57 ERA and 0.71 WHIP across the 14 innings covering his nine Rays appearances. Armstrong has four straight scoreless outings as well and has already worked more than one inning in six of his trips to the mound with his new club.
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: Gets first win

    Armstrong (1-0) was credited with the victory in a win over the White Sox on Sunday, firing two scoreless innings during which he issued a walk and recorded four strikeouts. Following a rocky early-season tenure with the Rays, Armstrong has looked like a different pitcher since returning to the big-league club Tuesday. The right-hander has allowed just a single hit -- a solo home run -- across five innings over three appearances while generating an impressive 8:1 K:BB.
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: Contract selected by Rays

    Armstrong's contract was selected by the Rays on Tuesday. Armstrong was acquired in exchange for cash considerations from the Orioles at the deadline. He's been mediocre at best for most of his seven-year big-league career, posting a 4.65 ERA over 151 innings of work. Mike Brosseau was optioned to clear a space on the active roster, while Kevin Padlo was designated for assignment to make room on the 40-man.
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  • Rays' Shawn Armstrong: Traded to Tampa

    Armstrong was sent from the Orioles to the Rays in exchange for cash considerations Friday, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports. The Rays are famous for their ability to get the most out of otherwise unheralded pieces, so it's possible they see something in Armstrong that the rest of the world has missed. There's not much to like in his numbers, however, as the 30-year-old owns a career 4.65 ERA in 151 innings at the big-league level and an 8.55 ERA in 20 frames this season. He isn't on the 40-man roster and will report to Triple-A Durham for now.
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  • Orioles' Shawn Armstrong: DFA'd by Baltimore

    Armstrong was designated for assignment by the Orioles on Friday. The 30-year-old has been awful through the first two months of the season with an 8.55 ERA, 1.90 WHIP and 22:10 K:BB over 20 innings, which was enough to cost him his spot on the 40-man roster. Armstrong allowed only three runs over 15 frames for Baltimore in 2020 but was unable to replicate that success this season.
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  • Orioles' Shawn Armstrong: Sloppy in first hold

    Armstrong allowed two runs on two hits and struck out three in 1.1 innings to earn a hold in Wednesday's 6-3 win over Minnesota. Armstrong got through the seventh inning with little trouble, but he struggled early in the eighth. A Ryan Jeffers triple put a run on Armstrong's line, and Paul Fry allowed an inherited runner to score on a sacrifice fly. With an 8.55 ERA, 1.90 WHIP and 22:10 K:BB in 20 innings, Armstrong continues to see mainly low-leverage work. His hold Wednesday was his first of the year, and he's also been charged with a blown save.
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