Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
l
Losses
sv
Saves
so
Strikeouts
bb
Base on Balls (Walk)
era
Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 0.0 0.00 0.00
2021 31 4.3 4 3 8.31 1.85
3y Avg. 0.50.5 1.3 1 1 6.75 2.25

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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Missing bats with Las Vegas

    Honeywell, who was outrighted to Triple-A Las Vegas upon activation from the 60-day injured list Sept. 11, has allowed two earned runs on six hits over 3.1 innings while posting a 5:2 K:BB in his first two relief appearances with the Aviators. Honeywell made a pair of 1.2-inning appearances out of the Las Vegas bullpen against Tacoma on Wednesday and Saturday. The right-hander allowed a pair of solo homers among four hits to the Rainiers on Wednesday, but he bore down to produce a scoreless effort with three punchouts Saturday. Honeywell's complicated, voluminous injury history makes any long-term outlook for him uncertain at best, but the organization hopes he can build some momentum at the tail end of the minor-league season before potentially getting a chance to compete for a big-league roster spot again in spring training.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Activated, cast off 40-man roster

    The Athletics reinstated Honeywell (elbow) from the 60-day injured list Sunday and outrighted him to Triple-A Las Vegas after he cleared waivers, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. The fact that Honeywell went unclaimed upon being exposed to waivers demonstrates just how much the former top pitching prospect's stock has fallen after a series of arm-related injuries in recent seasons. Honeywell, who had been on the IL all season upon sustaining a stress reaction in his elbow in spring training, is healthy again after an extended rehab assignment, but he struggled to regain form during his time in the minors. Between stops at Las Vegas and Single-A Stockton, Honeywell posted an 8.49 ERA and 1.97 WHIP while striking out 11 in 11.2 innings across his eight appearances.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Ups workload in latest rehab

    Honeywell (elbow) was charged with a loss for Triple-A Las Vegas against Sacramento on Wednesday, allowing an earned run on two hits over two innings while recording a strikeout. Honeywell upped his workload after pitching an inning apiece in each of his last three starts. The recovering right-hander continues to progress through what manager Mark Kotsay has dubbed a spring training-like ramp-up in preparation of what is expected to be a relief role for the final weeks of the regular season. Honeywell worked up to 32 pitches Wednesday, and according to the the Associated Press, Kotsay notes the 27-year-old's velocity is already where it should be.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Hit hard in latest rehab outing

    Honeywell (elbow) was charged with the loss and a blown save in Triple-A Las Vegas' loss to Reno on Sunday, allowing three earned runs on three hits and a walk over one inning. Honeywell's erratic showing was a microcosm of a wild 13-12 loss for the Aviators, and it came on the heels of the recovering right-hander having put together back-to-back scoreless one-inning appearances for Las Vegas on Tuesday and Wednesday. Given he still seems to be ironing out some kinks -- he's now allowed three earned runs in three of his last five rehab appearances -- and the Athletics aren't contending for a postseason spot, the organization may opt to give him at least one more outing on the farm to rebuild some confidence.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Another rocky rehab outing

    Honeywell (elbow) allowed three earned runs on five hits, a walk, a wild pitch and a hit batsman over 2.2 innings in Triple-A Las Vegas' loss to Sugar Land on Thursday. He struck out four. As his final line indicates, Honeywell's control and location left much to be desired in his second rehab outing with the Aviators, after he logged his first pair of minor-league rehab appearances with Single-A Stockton. Honeywell did work up to 45 pitches thanks to his inefficiency, but the 27-year-old's 14.73 ERA over his first 3.2 innings with Las Vegas supports the notion he'll likely have to prove himself over several more outings before being added to the big-league staff.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Hit hard in Vegas debut

    Honeywell (elbow) allowed three earned runs on three hits while recording two strikeouts over one inning in Triple-A Las Vegas' loss to Sugar Land on Tuesday. Making his rehab debut with the Aviators, Honeywell didn't fare well with the boost in competition. The right-hander did pound 17 of his 21 pitches in for strikes, but he gave up a solo home run to Korey Lee and a two-run shot to Yainer Diaz to account for the damage against him. Honeywell is expected to retake the mound for Las Vegas by the weekend, where the organization will undoubtedly be looking for him to show an ability to miss more bats.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Shifting rehab to Las Vegas

    Honeywell (elbow), who pitched a total of three innings across two rehab starts with Single-A Stockton last week, will officially shift his rehab assignment to Triple-A Las Vegas beginning Tuesday, the Associated Press reports. Honeywell worked up to two innings and 31 pitches in his second start for the Ports on Friday night, and he apparently felt no ill effects over the weekend. Consequently, the right-hander will join the Aviators for what should be the final phase of his rehab assignment, and the hitter-friendly conditions of the Pacific Coast League combined with the higher caliber of competition should serve as a solid litmus test as he prepares to eventually return as a reliever at the tail end of the season, per Martin Gallegos of the team's official site.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Two-inning rehab outing Friday

    Honeywell (elbow) started Single-A Stockton's win over Lake Elsinore on Friday, allowing an earned run on three hits and a walk over two innings. He struck out one. Honeywell encouragingly worked up to 31 pitches, 22 which found the strike zone, after topping out at 14 offerings in his rehab debut Tuesday. Assuming the right-hander experiences no residual setbacks from the increase in workload, he's slated to move his rehab assignment to Triple-A Las Vegas next week, as per previous reports.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Next rehab outing set

    Honeywell (elbow) is slated to pitch two innings for Single-A Stockton on Friday and shift his rehab assignment to Triple-A Las Vegas next week if all goes well, the team's official site reports. The talented but oft-injured right-hander was solid over a 14-pitch inning in his rehab debut with the Ports on Tuesday, and he'll now have a chance to bump up his workload Friday. Honeywell will face a good litmus test once he shifts to the Pacific Coast League for the next phase of his rehab assignment, given the hitter-friendly conditions in that circuit.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: One inning in rehab debut

    Honeywell (elbow) started Single-A Stockton's loss to Lake Elsinore on Tuesday, firing a scoreless first inning during which he allowed a hit and recorded two strikeouts. Honeywell fired 14 pitches overall during his one frame, nine which he threw for strikes. The oft-injured 27-year-old was making his 2022 debut after his latest extended layoff, and given his complex medical history, Honeywell is likely due for a prolonged rehab assignment before a potential late-season activation is considered.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Clear for rehab assignment

    Honeywell (elbow) will report to Single-A Stockton on Tuesday to begin a rehab assignment, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Honeywell suffered a stress reaction in the back of his right elbow during spring training and has yet to see game action this season, but he's now been cleared to pitch in the minors. Given the long layoff, the 27-year-old isn't expected to have enough time to build up to a starting workload, but he could still contribute out of the bullpen for the A's.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Another sim game on tap

    Honeywell (elbow) will throw a simulated game in Arizona on Friday, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Honeywell tossed two simulated innings Monday and is in now in store for more work later in the week. Per Gallegos, it's unlikely that the right-hander will have enough time to build back up as a starter, but he could contribute out of the bullpen if all goes well down the stretch of his rehab.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Continues making progress

    Honeywell (elbow) will throw two simulated innings in live batting practice Monday, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. The oft-injured righty hasn't pitched all season while recovering from a stress reaction in his right elbow. He's been throwing bullpen sessions for at least two weeks now, but the length of his absence and his extensive injury history means the Athletics will likely continue to bring him along very cautiously.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Another bullpen session Wednesday

    Honeywell (elbow) threw a 40-pitch bullpen session Wednesday, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Honeywell was able to increase his pitch load to 40 during Wednesday's session after tossing 35 on Saturday. The Athletics' head trainer Nick Paparesta said the session "went great" and the right-hander remains on the road to recovery after he suffered a stress reaction on his right elbow in March.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Throws off mound

    Honeywell (elbow) threw approximately 35 pitches during a bullpen session Saturday, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Honeywell resumed playing catch in early June and has been increasing his throwing distance over the last few weeks. He threw all fastballs and changeups during Saturday's throwing session, and he'll likely be in the mix to face hitters soon as long as he feels good following his bullpen. Honeywell suffered a stress reaction of his right elbow in late March, but manager Mark Kotsay is optimistic that the right-hander will be able to return sometime during the second half of the season.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Eyeing bullpen session before break

    Honeywell (elbow) threw a flat-ground bullpen session Tuesday and is expected to resume throwing off a mound shortly before the All-Star break, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. Honeywell had been steadily increasing his throwing distance while playing catch in recent weeks, but Tuesday marked the first time he had been throwing off flat ground with any sort of intensity since he was shut down late in spring training with a olecranon stress reaction in the back of his right elbow. Given the myriad arm troubles he endured in recent years, Honeywell will likely be eased along slower in his rehab compared to most pitchers under similar circumstances, so he could be a month or more away from coming off the 60-day injured list.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Throwing out to 90 feet

    Honeywell (elbow) recently threw on consecutive days for the first time in his rehab process and has increased his long-toss distance to 90 feet, Molly Burkhardt of MLB.com reports. Honeywell still doesn't have a firm return date, but he does seem to be on a good run of uninterrupted progress over the last several weeks. Athletics head trainer Nick Paparesta notes he hasn't received any reports of setbacks on Honeywell's part, and the organization will remain focused on having him continue to build up his arm strength while throwing with a complete absence of any pain.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Playing catch again

    Athletics manager Mark Kotsay said Honeywell (elbow) was able to play catch Wednesday, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. The oft-injured right-hander is throwing again for the first time since late March, when he was diagnosed with a olecranon stress reaction in the back of his right elbow. Honeywell should gradually increase the intensity and distance of his flat-ground throwing sessions before advancing to mound work, but since he'll essentially have to go through a modified spring training all over again, he's presumably at least a month away from making his 2022 debut. The Athletics haven't revealed whether they intend to build Honeywell up as a starter or reliever in the wake of his latest injury setback.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Remains shut down

    Honeywell (elbow) remains shut down from throwing, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports. The oft-injured righty is dealing with elbow issues yet again, this time in the form of a stress reaction. He'll be re-examined sometime later this month, so it doesn't look like Honeywell will be throwing soon even in a best-case scenario.
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  • Athletics' Brent Honeywell: Goes on 60-day IL

    The Athletics placed Honeywell (elbow) on the 60-day injured list Thursday, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Honeywell is without an official timeline to return after suffering a stress reaction of his right elbow in late March, but his move to the 60-day IL ensures he won't be making his Athletics debut for at least another two months. The transaction opens up a spot on the 40-man roster for reliever Justin Grimm.
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