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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
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Losses
sv
Saves
so
Strikeouts
bb
Base on Balls (Walk)
era
Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 694.9 64.3 3 8 64 28 6.86 1.45
2022 515.516.6 178.0 14 8 237 52 2.88 1.03
3y Avg. 33114.4 125.0 10 7 162 39 3.38 1.08
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Touches 97 mph in live BP

    Rodon sat in the mid-90s and touched 97 mph during a live batting practice session Tuesday, Andy Martino of SNY.tv reports. Martino notes that Rodon was sitting in the 90-to-92 mph range during his early live batting practice sessions last year and, of course, then went on to have an injury-shortened, disappointing season. Rodon reported to camp this spring early and in better shape, and there is growing internal optimism about the left-hander's chances of bouncing back in 2024, per Martino.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Ends season with dud

    Rodon (3-8) took the loss Friday as the Yankees fell 12-5 loss to the Royals, failing to record an out while allowing eight runs on six hits and two walks. Rodon had put together quality starts in his previous two outings but allowed all eight batters he faced to reach base Friday prior to his removal. By the time the inning was over, all eight runners had crossed the plate in the worst outing of his career. It's been a rough first season in New York for Rodon, who saw his ERA rise more than a point from 5.74 to 6.85 with this outing.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Falls to Arizona

    Rodon (3-7) took the loss Sunday, allowing five runs on five hits and a walk over 6.1 innings against the Diamondbacks. He struck out four. The Diamondbacks got to Rodon twice in the opening inning, putting the Yankees in an early 2-0 hole. The left-hander would then deliver five shutout innings before Arizona scored three more runs in the seventh. Rodon's been inconsistent of late, pitching to a 6.65 ERA over his last four starts (21.2 innings). Overall, it's been a tough first season with the Yankees for Rodon -- he'll carry a 5.74 ERA with a 1.32 WHIP and 64 strikeouts into his final start of the year, currently scheduled for late next week in Kansas City.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Saturday's start postponed

    Rodon won't take the hill Saturday against Arizona as scheduled, as the game has been postponed due to rain. Per Bob Nightengale of USA Today, the game will be moved to Monday, on what had been a scheduled off day for the Yankees. The Yankees have yet to confirm their reshuffled rotation plans, but it's likely Rodon moves to Sunday, pushing Clarke Schmidt back to Monday.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Strikes out 10 in loss

    Rodon (3-6) took the loss Sunday, allowing three runs on six hits over 6.2 innings against the Pirates. He struck out 10. It was a strong outing from Rodon, who set a new season high with 10 strikeouts while pitching into the seventh inning for the first time this year. However, he was stuck with the loss, as the Yankees offense couldn't provide enough run support in the 3-2 defeat. Rodon's now struck out 19 over 11.2 innings in his last two starts, allowing four runs in that span. He'll carry a 5.90 ERA into his next outing, currently scheduled as a home matchup with the Diamondbacks.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Fans nine in third win

    Rodon (3-5) picked up the win in the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Red Sox, allowing one run on four hits and four walks over five innings. He struck out nine. The nine strikeouts were a season high for the veteran southpaw, who generated 16 swinging strikes among his 93 pitches. Rodon also walked more than two batters for the first time since Aug. 1 though, and he served up at least one homer for the seventh straight outing, in this case the first career long ball for rookie Ceddanne Rafaela. Since returning to the rotation in late August after recovering from a hamstring issue, Rodon has a 4.81 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 25:7 K:BB through 24.1 innings, numbers which represent a marginal improvement on his performance through his first six starts as a Yankee. He'll try to build on this performance when he next takes the mound, which is likely to happen this weekend in Pittsburgh.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Destroyed by Detroit

    Rodon (2-5) took the loss Thursday, allowing seven runs on eight hits over 3.2 innings in a 10-3 loss to Detroit. He struck out four without issuing any walks. The 30-year-old spotted the Tigers a two-run lead before registering an out Thursday, allowing a leadoff double to Matt Vierling before Spencer Torkelson hit a wall-scraping homer to right field. Rodon surrendered five more runs across the third and fourth frames, resulting in an early exit with a season-high seven runs charged to his line. After back-to-back campaigns with a sub-3.00 ERA, the southpaw has endured a tumultuous and abbreviated first season in New York, compiling a 2-5 record with an unsightly 6.60 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and a disappointing 1.95 K/BB ratio across 10 starts (46.1 innings). Rodon will look to get back on track in his next outing, tentatively scheduled to take place in Boston early next week.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Strikes out seven Sunday

    Rodon did not factor into the decision Sunday, allowing two runs on four hits and two walks while striking out seven in 4.2 innings against the Rays. The Rays piled on two runs versus Rodon in the first inning via a solo home run by Brandon Lowe and an error. The left-hander went on to retire 11 straight batters but got himself into trouble in the fifth with two walks and was pulled in favor of Ian Hamilton after 84 pitches. Rodon registered a season-high seven strikeouts and allowed only two hard-hit balls but failed to reach five innings for the third time in his last four starts. The 30-year-old now owns a 5.97 ERA, 1.41 WHIP and 33:20 K:BB in 37.2 innings. He went winless in August and will look to change his fortunes in a matchup against the Astros his next time out.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Sharp in return

    Rodon did not factor into the decision Tuesday, allowing one run on six hits over six innings against the Nationals. He struck out one. Rodon pitched well in his return from the IL while making it through six innings for the first time this season. Through seven starts (33 innings) this season, Rodon is 1-4 with a 6.27 ERA, 1.42 WHIP and 26:18 K:BB. He'll look to build on Tuesday's outing in his next start, tentatively scheduled for this weekend in Tampa Bay.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Activated for Tuesday's start

    Rodon (hamstring) was activated from the 15-day injured list Tuesday. The left-hander is set to rejoin the Yankees' rotation Tuesday versus the Nationals after spending the minimum 15 days on the IL with a strained left hamstring. Rodon did not make a rehab start, instead opting for a five-inning simulated game. Given how poorly he was pitching before the injury and perhaps less than a full workload on the docket, fantasy managers would be wise to keep Rodon benched for now, if possible.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Set to return Tuesday

    Rodon (hamstring) will return from the 15-day injured list to start Tuesday against the Nationals, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports. Rodon had no lingering issues after a five-inning simulated game Wednesday and will jump back into action Aug. 22, exactly 15 days removed from his placement on the IL due to a left hamstring strain. The 30-year-old left-hander has thrown only 27 innings this season and carries a 7.33 ERA, and Washington could be a tough matchup for him -- the Nationals are seventh this season in wOBA against left-handed pitching, and third in strikeout rate.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Throws five-inning sim game

    Rodon (hamstring) threw a five-inning simulated game Wednesday in Tampa, Max Goodman of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. As long as he responds well to the workout with no renewed discomfort, Rodon should be able to slot back into the Yankees' starting rotation next Tuesday against the Nationals. He's been on the 15-day injured list since Aug. 7 with a left hamstring strain after also missing the first three months of the 2023 campaign because of forearm and back problems.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Slated to face hitters

    Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Rodon (hamstring) will face hitters during a simulated game later this week, Gary Phillips of the New York Daily News reports. Rodon reportedly looked good in a bullpen session Saturday, and he will travel to Tampa to begin the next stage of his rehab process after the Yankees finish their series in Miami. If all goes according to plan, Rodon should be able to return immediately once he's eligible Aug. 22.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Slated for MRI

    Rodon (hamstring) will undergo an MRI on Monday, Gary Phillips of the New York Daily News reports. Rodon was removed from Sunday's start against the Astros due to left hamstring tightness, and the Yankees aren't yet sure whether he'll require a trip to the injured list. He described his exit as precautionary, but his imaging should help offer clarity on the severity of the injury, and it wouldn't be surprising to see the team update his status afterward. If Rodon is unable to make his next turn through the rotation, Luis Severino is a strong candidate to remain a starter.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Suffering from hamstring tightness

    The Yankees announced that Rodon was removed from his start Sunday against the Astros due to left hamstring tightness. He was charged with five earned runs on three hits and two walks and struck out five over 2.2 innings prior to departing. After being visited by a trainer on the mound to have his leg checked out, Rodon pled his case to stay in the game, but the Yankees ultimately called an early end to what had been a rough outing even before the injury cropped up. Though an initial diagnosis for his injury has been provided, Rodon will be examined over the next 24 hours before the Yankees offer up an updated timeline for when the southpaw might be ready to pitch again. If Rodon is unable to make his next turn through the rotation next weekend in Miami and is forced to the injured list, Luis Severino would likely stick around as a starter after manager Aaron Boone was previously non-committal regarding Severino's role moving forward. The Yankees could also turn to Jhony Brito to replace Rodon in the rotation, if needed.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Pulled with injury

    Rodon was removed during the third inning of Sunday's start against the Astros with an apparent leg injury, David Lennon of Newsday reports. Rodon endured a rough day even prior to the injury, as Houston tagged him for five runs on three hits -- including a pair of home runs -- and two walks in 2.2 innings. The specifics of the 30-year-old's injury are unclear, leaving his availability for the next turn through the rotation up in the air.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Falls to Tampa Bay

    Rodon (1-4) took the loss Tuesday, allowing four runs on four hits and four walks over four innings against the Rays. He struck out five. After Rodon surrendered a run in the second inning, Yandy Diaz led off the third with a solo homer before Randy Arozarena tacked on a two-run blast later in the frame. It's the third time through his first five outings that Rodon has allowed four or more runs. The 30-year-old southpaw's ERA is up to 6.29 with a 1.48 WHIP and 20:16 K:BB through his first 24.1 innings with the Yankees. Rodon will look to get on track in his next outing, currently scheduled for this weekend against Houston.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Nabs first win as Yankee

    Rodon (1-3) earned the win over the Mets on Wednesday, allowing one run on four hits and three walks while striking out four batters over 5.2 innings. Rodon logged his longest outing of the campaign, notching one more out than he did in his season debut against the Cubs on July 7. The left-hander continued to struggle with his control -- he's walked multiple batters in each of his four starts and has 12 walks across 20.1 innings on the campaign -- but Rodon held the Mets to just one extra-base hit and one run. He appears to still be trying to find his groove, having managed just a 6.7 K/9 after posting a 12.2 K/9 over his previous two campaigns combined. Nonetheless, Wednesday's win was a step in the right direction given that Rodon had dropped each of his first three starts.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Goes five innings in loss

    Rodon (0-2) allowed four runs on four hits and two walks while striking out six over five innings Friday, taking the loss versus the Rockies. Rodon gave up three runs in the second inning and a Randal Grichuk solo home run in the fourth. The positive takeaway from this outing was Rodon getting stretched out to 88 pitches (51 strikes), up from 69 pitches in his season debut a week ago. The veteran southpaw should be just about clear of any workload restrictions given his pitch count Friday, but he'll need to get some better run support, as his team scored just two runs Friday. He's got an 8:4 K:BB with a 1.16 WHIP through 10.1 innings through two starts this season. Rodon's projected for a road start versus the Angels in his next outing.
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  • Yankees' Carlos Rodon: Lines up to start Friday

    Rodon (back/forearm) is expected to be activated from the 60-day injured list to start Friday against the Cubs, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. The Yankees have an open spot in their rotation Tuesday versus Baltimore, but Rodon lines up to pitch Friday given he made his last rehab start Saturday with High-A Hudson Valley. The right-hander threw 58 pitches in that outing, so he'll likely have some workload limitations in his Yankees debut.
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