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Jul 10, 2022 2 3 4.14 2
Jul 9, 2022 2 3 4.25 1

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2022 74.51.9 44.0 2 4 2 39 15 4.91 1.36
2021 144.52.3 62.3 3 3 3 61 28 3.18 1.22
2020 64.52.9 24.0 1 1 31 6 1.88 0.79
3y Avg. 1242.6 48.0 3 2 1 58 16 2.63 1.06
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  • Rangers' Tyler Duffey: Gets minors deal with Rangers

    Duffey signed a minor-league contract with the Rangers on Friday, Evan Grant of The Dallas Morning News reports. Duffey was released by the Twins on Monday after struggling to a 4.91 ERA in 44 innings this season. It's not surprising that he quickly latched on with another club, however, as he cruised to a 2.69 ERA from 2019 to 2021. A modest bounceback would make Duffey a useful option down the stretch for the Rangers, and a full return to his previous form would make him one of the team's best relievers.
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  • Tyler Duffey: Hits open market

    The Twins granted Duffey his release Monday, Aaron Gleeman of The Athletic reports. Duffey cleared waivers after the Twins designated him for assignment Friday, but rather than reporting to Triple-A St. Paul, he'll attempt to find work in another organization. Though none of baseball's other 29 teams were willing to put in a waiver claim on Duffey and take on the money remaining on his $3.8 million contract for 2022 while he had struggled to the tune of a 4.91 ERA and 1.36 WHIP in 44 innings this season, his prior success in the majors should be enough for him to quickly catch on elsewhere at a more affordable price. After moving to a full-time relief role following the 2016 season, the 31-year-old Duffey produced a 3.99 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and 18.0 K-BB% in 284 innings with Minnesota.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: DFA'd by Minnesota

    Duffey was designated for assignment by the Twins on Friday. The 31-year-old was a major bullpen piece for the Twins over the past few years with 47 holds entering this year, but he struggled in 2022 with a 4.91 ERA, 1.36 WHIP and 39:15 K:BB across 44 innings. Duffey could remain in the organization if he passes through waivers unclaimed, though he could also opt to become a free agent.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Secures second save

    Duffey allowed a hit and struck out one to earn the save in Sunday's 6-5 win over the Rangers. This was Duffey's second save of the year, and his only other one came May 16. Notably, Jhoan Duran gave up a solo home run to Corey Seager in the eighth inning. Save chances haven't been frequent for the Twins lately, and there's little clarity as to who the favorite for ninth-inning duties might be. Duffey has a 4.14 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 36:11 K:BB across 37 innings while adding two saves, nine holds and three blown saves in 33 outings, but he's been sharper lately with an active 13-inning scoreless streak.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Continues recent turnaround

    Duffey allowed no runs with no hits or walks while striking out four over 1.2 innings Thursday against the Guardians, and the addition of a changeup to his arsenal has contributed to his recent improvement, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Duffey has thrown nine scoreless innings over his last six appearances with a 8:2 K:BB. It's a stark turnaround after he began the season with a 6.38 ERA and 24:8 K:BB in his first 24 innings, a rough stretch that saw him relegated to low-leverage opportunities. Duffey has switched his pitch mix, relying less on a high fastball and using the changeup more frequently. He could return to a key setup role if he continues performing well.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Struggles again Tuesday

    Duffey allowed three runs on two hits and one walk while striking out two over one inning Tuesday against the Yankees. It was Duffey's second poor outing in a row after he allowed three runs and a home run in two-thirds of an inning at Toronto on Sunday. Duffey has given up nine runs in his last 4.2 innings with 10 hits allowed and four walks. He may need to be used in some lower-leverage spots until he gets out of his recent slump.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Notches first save

    Duffey pitched a perfect inning against the Athletics on Monday, striking out one batter and earning a save. Emilio Pagan has been the primary closer for Minnesota of late, but he pitched in three straight games over the weekend and was held out Monday. The Twins thus turned to Duffey with a two-run ninth-inning lead, and the right-hander came through with his first save of the season. Duffey hasn't allowed a run in his past six outings and is an important part of Minnesota's bullpen, but he doesn't figure to get many save chances going forward with Jhoan Duran joining Pagan in collecting a majority of the team's ninth-inning opportunities.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Picks up win in relief

    Duffey (1-2) earned the victory, striking out two in one perfect inning in a 2-1 win Friday over the White Sox. Duffey entered the game in the top of the eighth inning with the Twins losing 1-0 and had his best outing of the season. Facing the top of the Chicago lineup, he struck out the first two batters before getting Jose Abreu to ground out. Minnesota scored twice in the bottom half of the inning to put Duffey in line for the win. The 31-year-old got off to a rocky start this season, blowing two saves in his first four appearances, but was called upon late in a close game and was rewarded with the victory when he got the job done.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Allows two home runs in loss

    Duffey (0-2) took the loss after allowing two runs on three hits with two strikeouts in one inning in a 4-3 loss Tuesday in Kansas City. Duffey gave up solo homers to Salvador Perez and Hunter Dozier in the sixth inning. With the Twins leading 3-2 when Duffey entered, it was technically a blown save, his second of the season. The 31-year-old has pitched in the sixth or seventh innings in each appearance since his blown save April 9. Minnesota has yet to have any pitcher record a save in 2022 and it is unclear who will be given those opportunities when they arise.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Blows save, takes loss

    Duffey (0-1) gave up two runs on three hits while striking out one over one inning in a 4-3 loss Saturday against the Mariners. Duffey blew the save when Adam Frazier doubled home two runs in the ninth. The Twins did not name a closer to start the season and Duffey was the first reliever given the opportunity to record a save. Despite his poor showing in his 2022 debut, the 31-year-old should continue to receive late-game opportunities as he has been one of the best bullpen arms for Minnesota over the past three years.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Inks one-year deal

    Duffey agreed to a one-year, $3.8 million contract with the Twins on Tuesday to avoid arbitration, Aaron Gleeman of The Athletic reports. Duffey recorded a 3.18 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and 61:28 K:BB over 62.1 innings while recording three saves and 22 holds last season. He should enter spring training as a high-leverage bullpen option for Minnesota next year.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Picks up third save

    Duffey worked a perfect inning while striking out two en route to his third save of the season in Wednesday's 3-0 win over Cleveland. With Alex Colome having picked up saves on three consecutive nights (and needing 49 pitches to do so), the Twins figured to head in a different direction at closer if the need arose Wednesday. As luck would have it, it did, and Duffey answered the call. He'll likely return to his setup role once the Twins feel that Colome is ready to go again.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Notches second save

    Duffey allowed an unearned run on two hits and struck out one in one inning to earn the save in Friday's 7-5 extra-inning win over Texas. With Taylor Rogers and Hansel Robles both logging perfect innings earlier in the contest, Duffey was called on to lock down a save in the bottom of the 10th. He allowed an RBI single to Joey Gallo, but the right-hander was otherwise effective in his second save of the year. He's pitched to a 4.15 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and 24:13 K:BB in 26 innings this season. Duffey has also picked up eight holds in 28 outings, often serving as a setup option.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Picks up save Sunday

    Duffey recorded a save Sunday against Cleveland after tossing a scoreless inning, walking one and fanning two. Duffey pitched the 10th inning and looked in command of the situation -- despite walking Jake Bauers with one out, he still tossed nine of his 15 pitches for strikes en route to picking up his first save of the campaign. He's gone 1-for-2 in save opportunities this season.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Agrees to two-game suspension

    Duffey has agreed to serve a two-game suspension for intentionally throwing at the White Sox's Yermin Mercedes on Tuesday, Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Duffey pitched in the first game of Thursday's doubleheader against the Angels while appealing his initial three-game ban. He allowed three runs on four hits and no walks while striking out one in one inning. He'll begin serving his reduced suspension in Thursday's nightcap and will be unavailable to pitch Friday.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Appealing three-game ban

    MLB suspended Duffey three games and handed him an undisclosed fine for intentionally throwing at the White Sox's Yermin Mercedes in the seventh inning of Tuesday's 5-4 win, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports. Duffey is appealing the suspension. Duffey's three-game ban comes after he attempted to get revenge on Mercedes for swinging away (and hitting a home run) on a 3-0 pitch in the ninth inning of a 15-4 game one day earlier. Though Duffey's pitch didn't hit Mercedes, the intent was obvious enough for MLB to levy punishment. Twins manager Rocco Baldelli was also handed a one-game suspension, which he will serve in the second half of Minnesota's doubleheader with the Angels on Thursday. Expect Duffey's appeal to be heard in the next few days before an announcement is made regarding whether the three-game ban is upheld or reduced.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Takes loss in relief

    Duffey (0-2) was tagged with the loss Saturday against the Tigers after allowing four runs on three hits and a walk across two-thirds of an inning. Duffey didn't have his best stuff in this game, as he only tossed 12 of his 23 pitches for strikes and was unable to slow down the Tigers' offense. Duffey ended a streak of four straight appearances without an earned run and did it in the worst possible way, allowing season-worst marks in several categories such as runs allowed and hits allowed, while also failing to strike out an opponent for the third time over his last four appearances.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Records second hold

    Duffey threw a scoreless inning with two strikeouts and a walk to earn his second hold in Friday's win over Pittsburgh. Duffey had a slow start to the season with a 4.50 ERA and five walks in his first four innings. He has been striking out batters with six strikeouts in six innings overall. Duffey has always had good control, so the early walks are out of character. He doesn't appear to be in the mix to finish games as he's been used as early as the fourth and fifth innings in games, but he'll still feature in high-leverage situations if the walks don't become a trend.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Returning to Minnesota in 2021

    The Twins and Duffey agreed Wednesday on a one-year, $2.2 million contract, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports. Duffey will be getting a $1 million raise for 2021 after he finished second among all Twins relievers in WAR (0.7) while posting a 1.88 ERA and 31:6 K:BB in 24 innings during the 60-game 2020 campaign. He'll likely be in line to serve as one of the top setup men to Taylor Rogers in 2021, assuming the Twins don't bring in another veteran closer to replace Rogers.
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  • Twins' Tyler Duffey: Strong start to season

    Duffey threw a scoreless inning with three strikeouts in Wednesday's win over the Cardinals. Duffey was used in the sixth inning as he'll be a valuable middle reliever and setup man in the Minnesota bullpen mix. Duffey had a delayed start to summer camp, but he's looked sharp once the regular season began with five strikeouts and no walks in two innings in his first two appearances.
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