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Earned Run Average
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Jun 26, 2022 2.0 0 0 5.63 4
Jun 21, 2022 3.0 0 0 6.00 -0.5
Jun 15, 2022 3.0 0 0 9.00 0.5

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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 41.3 8.0 6 9 5.63 2.13
2021 240.514.1 78.3 9 2 85 26 3.22 1.06
2020 90.510.1 40.3 4 3 49 16 4.91 1.21
3y Avg. 29314.7 105.0 8 4 122 32 3.17 1.02
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Fantasy News

  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Opens rehab stint Wednesday

    Flaherty (shoulder) will begin a rehab assignment Wednesday with Triple-A Memphis, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Flaherty is expected to throw 30-to-35 pitches Wednesday in his first rehab outing and will ramp up his workload in subsequent appearances. The 26-year-old began the season on the IL with a shoulder strain and made only three starts in June before returning to the shelf. Assuming Flaherty avoids any further setbacks, he should rejoin the Cardinals' rotation in late August or early September.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Marmol 'super encouraged'

    Flaherty (shoulder) will begin a minor-league rehab assignment soon, John Denton of MLB.com reports. "We're super encouraged with where he's at," manager Oliver Marmol said. The skipper confirmed that Flaherty will ultimately return to St. Louis in a starter's role, and that the right-hander will head out to a minor-league affiliate soon. Flaherty will need to make it through a few rehab appearances unscathed, but if he's anything close to his normal self, he will need to be rostered across all fantasy leagues for the final month-plus.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Late-August return still in play

    Cardinals manager Oliver Marmol said that Flaherty (shoulder) will throw a bullpen session in St. Louis this weekend and could be cleared to begin a minor-league rehab assignment as soon as next week, John Denton of MLB.com reports. Flaherty was shut down with the strained right shoulder June 27 and was transferred to the 60-day injured list a couple weeks later, but Marmol said Thursday that he remains hopeful the Cardinals ace can return when first eligible in the final week of August. Before the Cardinals map out a rehab assignment that will likely consist of at least two starts in the minors, Flaherty will first have to escape his upcoming bullpen session without any setbacks. Since Flaherty and Steven Matz (knee) are both weeks away from potential returns, the Cardinals made addressing their rotation depth a priority ahead of Tuesday's trade deadline and ultimately swung deals with the Pirates and Yankees to acquire Jose Quintana and Jordan Montgomery, respectively.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Throws light side session

    Flaherty (shoulder) recently threw a light side session, Katie Woo of The Athletic reports. Flaherty has been on the injured list since late June with a right shoulder strain and isn't eligible to return until late August after he was transferred to the 60-day IL. However, the Cardinals hope that the right-hander will be able to rejoin the team soon to continue his rehab process with the major-league training staff.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Out until at least late August

    The Cardinals transferred Flaherty (shoulder) from the 10-day injured list to the 60-day IL on Monday. When Flaherty was moved back to the IL on July 27 after experiencing a setback with his right shoulder, the Cardinals had been keeping his timeline for a return open-ended. The decision to move him to the 60-day IL, however, likely indicates that Flaherty hadn't progressed as quickly as the Cardinals hoped in the two weeks since he was shut down. With Flaherty now on the 60-day IL for the second time this season and ineligible to return until late August, fantasy managers in redraft leagues could be justified in dropping him for a healthier option rather than waiting it out for the next six weeks (or longer).
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Few weeks from throwing

    Flaherty (shoulder) won't throw for at least two or three weeks, John Denton of MLB.com reports. Flaherty missed over two months to start the season due to a shoulder injury, and his return lasted for only three poor starts before he was placed back on the injured list. His second absence won't be a brief one, and he'll be re-evaluated in two weeks. He'll still need to build back up once he's cleared to begin throwing, so it will be quite some time before he's back on a big-league mound.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Returns to injured list

    Flaherty was placed on the 15-day injured list with a right shoulder strain Monday. Flaherty didn't make his season debut until mid-June due to a shoulder injury which first appeared back in mid-March. He made just three short and ineffective starts, posting a 5.63 ERA, 2.12 WHIP and 6:9 K:BB in eight innings, and he'll now head right back to the injured list with renewed shoulder troubles. He'll be eligible to return shortly before the All-Star break, but a minimum-length stay seems unlikely given the way his season has gone thus far.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Exits with shoulder stiffness

    Flaherty was removed from Sunday's start against the Cubs with right shoulder stiffness, Katie Woo of The Athletic reports. Flaherty needed 49 pitches (29 strikes) to get through two scoreless innings, and the Cardinals announced the injury as soon as he was removed from the contest. The 26-year-old missed the first two and a half months of the campaign due to shoulder inflammation, and he's now dealing with shoulder stiffness in only his third start. The severity of the injury this time around remains unclear, but it wouldn't be surprising if the right-handed ended up back on the injured list.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Five walks in no-decision

    Flaherty allowed two runs on three hits and five walks while striking out one in three innings. He did not factor into the decision in a 6-2 victory in Milwaukee. Although Flaherty was facing a 75-pitch limit, the Cardinals hoped he could pitch further into the game than the third inning. However, the righty threw more balls than strikes and was pulled after 71 pitches. He's allowed two earned runs and three hits in three innings in both of his starts since returning from a shoulder injury that cost him the first two months of the season.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Facing 75-pitch limit Tuesday

    Flaherty is expected to target around 75 pitches for his second start of the season Tuesday in Milwaukee, Katie Woo of The Athletic reports. The Cardinals' choice to activate Flaherty back from the 60-day injured list last week sped up his season debut, but he wasn't able to get properly ramped up for a starting role after forgoing a third rehab outing in the minors. Flaherty was thus capped at three innings and 60 pitches in his 2022 debut June 15 against the Pirates, so he'll need at least one more start to get fully stretched out. He's not expected to face any limitations for his third start of the season, which is set to come Sunday in St. Louis against the Cubs.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Goes three innings in debut

    Flaherty (shoulder) allowed four runs (two earned) on three hits and two walks while posting three strikeouts in three innings, taking a no-decision versus the Pirates on Wednesday. He also hit a batter. Flaherty wasn't great in his season debut after missing over two months with shoulder inflammation. The Pirates got two runs in each of the first two innings before the right-hander turned in a clean third. He stuck to his pitch count, throwing 37 of 60 pitches for strikes. It may take a few more turns for Flaherty to build up to a regular workload after the long absence. He had a 3.22 ERA, 1.06 WHIP and 85:26 K:BB across 78.1 innings last year. He's expected to make his second start of the season next week in Milwaukee.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Reinstated from 60-day IL

    Flaherty (shoulder) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list ahead of Wednesday's start against the Pirates. Flaherty missed the first two and a half months of the regular season due to shoulder inflammation, but he'll make his season debut at home against the Pirates in Wednesday's series finale. The right-hander was effective over his two rehab appearances, posting a 1.29 ERA and 0.14 WHIP in seven innings. However, he tossed just 58 pitches during his most recent outing at Triple-A Memphis and will be limited to approximately 60 pitches during his return to major-league action Wednesday.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Season debut coming Wednesday

    Flaherty (shoulder) will start Wednesday's game against the Pirates, John Denton of MLB.com reports. Flaherty has been out all season while recovering from shoulder inflammation. He's made just two rehab starts and reached a modest 58 pitches in his latest one, and previous reports indicated that he'd need one outing in the minors before returning from the injured list. The Cardinals have evidently changed plans, swayed either by the scramble caused by their Tuesday doubleheader or by the fact that Flaherty has been so dominant (seven innings with nine strikeouts and just a single baserunner) in his rehab appearances. Flaherty will be limited to 60 pitches in his season debut, per Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat, but the Cardinals are clearly comfortable with those pitches being thrown at the major-league level.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Will make another rehab start

    Flaherty (shoulder) will make a third rehab start Wednesday, Katie Woo of The Athletic reports. Flaherty has been exceptional in his two rehab starts to date, but he threw only 58 pitches in his second outing Friday, and the Cardinals want to build him up further before adding him back to the roster. If all goes well in his next outing, though, there's a chance his next one could come in the big leagues.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Three perfect frames in rehab start

    Flaherty (shoulder) struck out three over three perfect innings Sunday in his first rehab start at Double-A Springfield. Pitching for the first time this season at either the major- or minor-league level, Flaherty needed only 30 pitches to retire nine batters and threw 21 strikes. The 26-year-old will likely require multiple rehab outings before the Cardinals bring him back from the 60-day injured list, as he'll presumably need to build up to around 75 pitches prior to re-entering St. Louis' rotation.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Rehab start Sunday

    Flaherty (shoulder) will make his first rehab start with Double-A Springfield on Sunday. He has been throwing live batting practice sessions with his teammates, building up to 40-to-50 pitches most recently. Flaherty will likely require multiple rehab starts before joining the big-league rotation.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Should start rehab stint next week

    Flaherty (shoulder) is expected to report to Double-A Springfield next week to start a rehab assignment, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. The right-hander has pitched against live hitters multiple times over the past week, and he's now poised to begin a rehab assignment. Flaherty threw about 40-to-50 pitches in his last session and should continue ramping up his workload from there. Given he's been sidelined for the first two months of the season with a right shoulder injury, the 26-year-old will likely require multiple starts in the minors before making his 2022 debut for St. Louis.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Throws another live BP

    Flaherty (shoulder) faced teammates Lars Nootbaar and Andrew Knizner on Tuesday in a two-inning live batting practice session, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. The live batting practice session was the second one for Flaherty since he picked up the right shoulder injury in spring training. He threw somewhere between 40 and 50 pitches Tuesday but didn't appear to be satisfied with how he commanded his throws, according to John Denton of MLB.com. On a more positive note, Katie Woo of The Athletic relays that Flaherty said he felt better physically following the workout than he has at any point over the past calendar year, so his main focus at this stage may just be ramping up rather than strengthening his shoulder. The Cardinals have yet to announce the next step for Flaherty, but he could be sent out for the first of what's likely to be at least two minor-league rehab appearances or simulated games before he returns from the 60-day injured list.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Will face hitters again Wednesday

    Flaherty (shoulder) is scheduled to face live hitters Wednesday, Katie Woo of The Athletic reports. Flaherty will repeat the activity he most recently performed last Thursday, though he'll presumably increase his workload in the upcoming throwing session after tossing 25 pitches his last time out. If Flaherty's shoulder checks out fine following Wednesday's live batting practice session, he could head out on a minor-league rehab assignment early the following week.
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  • Cardinals' Jack Flaherty: Throws 25 pitches Thursday

    Flaherty (shoulder) threw 25 pitches while facing live hitters Thursday, John Denton of MLB.com reports. Flaherty was facing hitters for the first time Thursday, and he was able to utilize his full arsenal of pitches during the throwing session. Assuming the right-hander feels good following Thursday's live BP, he'll likely be in the mix to begin a minor-league rehab assignment soon.
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