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Jun 4, 2023 3.2 0 1 8.38 -4
May 29, 2023 6.0 0 1 6.00 1.5

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2023 -2.5-1.3 9.7 1 5 6 8.38 1.86
2022 0.0 0.00 0.00
2021 0.0 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 7.57.5 4.7 0 3 2 3.86 1.29
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Sent out to Triple-A

    Atlanta optioned Soroka to Triple-A Gwinnett on Monday, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. After being called up from Gwinnett last week, Soroka made a pair of starts for Atlanta in what marked his first big-league action since 2020 following his recovery from multiple injuries. Over the two outings, the right-hander surrendered nine runs on 12 hits and six walks while hitting two batters and striking out five others over 9.2 innings. With Soroka failing to deliver the sort of results that Atlanta was hoping for from a back-end starter, the team will send the right-hander back to Gwinnett with the hope he gets back on track and potentially rejoins the big club later in 2023. Rookie AJ Smith-Shawver, who tossed 2.1 scoreless innings out of the bullpen in Sunday's win over Arizona, could be the next man up to join the rotation when Soroka's turn comes up again later this week.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Tagged with five runs

    Soroka yielded four runs on seven hits and four walks over 3.2 innings in Sunday's win over the Diamondbacks. He struck out two and did not factor in the decision. Soroka coughed up three runs in the first followed by two more in the fourth, including a pair of home runs. He's allowed nine runs over 9.2 innings in two starts since rejoining Atlanta for the first time since 2020. Including his Triple-A numbers, the 25-year-old has recorded a 40:17 K:BB through 45 frames. If Soroka gets another turn in the rotation, it'll likely come at home against the Nationals.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Garners another start

    Soroka is scheduled to start Sunday's game in Arizona, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. After getting a call-up from Triple-A Gwinnett, Soroka stepped into the Atlanta rotation Monday for his first MLB start since Aug. 3, 2020. The right-hander gave Atlanta six innings in his outing against the Athletics, but he ended up taking a loss after giving up four runs on five hits and two walks. Despite the so-so showing against a poor offense, Soroka will get another turn through the rotation while Atlanta contends with multiple injuries to starting pitchers.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Coughs up four runs

    Soroka (0-1) allowed four runs on five hits and two walks over six innings Monday, striking out three and taking a loss against Oakland. Soroka made his first MLB start since 2020 after a string of ill-timed injuries. He worked through four shutout frames before being tagged with four runs in the fifth, including a three-run shot by Ryan Noda. Soroka threw 83 pitches and his fastball topped out at 95.7 mph. Prior to his season debut Monday, he posted a 4.33 ERA through eight Triple-A starts. The 25-year-old is currently projected to start in Arizona this weekend.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Called up ahead of start

    Atlanta recalled Soroka from Triple-A Gwinnett ahead of his scheduled start Monday in Oakland. The 25-year-old will get a favorable landing spot as he makes his first big-league start since Aug. 3, 2020, taking the mound in a pitcher-friendly park while facing off against an Oakland offense that ranks 24th in the majors in wRC+ (88). Soroka's overall numbers over his eight starts at Gwinnett this season aren't eye-popping, but he looked particularly strong during his most recent two outings, covering 10.2 innings and striking out 13 while allowing just two runs on four hits and four walks. He'll tentatively line up for a two-start week as he slots into the Atlanta rotation, with his second turn expected to come this Sunday in Arizona.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Mike Soroka's return to the big leagues has been a long time coming, and how we've longed for his follow-up to an impressive rookie season that saw him go 13-4 with a 2.68 ERA, 1.11 WHIP and 7.3 K/9. But that was four years ago. Even heading into 2020, there were questions as to its legitimacy seeing as he got it done with a high ground-ball rate and low walk rate rather than piling up whiffs. All this time later, after twice tearing his Achilles tendon, who's to say if he's even the same guy? His minor-league numbers were underwhelming, and while his last start at Triple-A Gwinnett was his best (six two-hit innings with eight strikeouts), he had just six swinging strikes on 96 pitches. Adding him now is justifiable, but not essential.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Sleeper pitchers for Week 10 (May 29-June 4)

    Given that he spent three years out of the majors and delivered only modest numbers in the minors, we really have no idea what we're getting into with Mike Soroka. The two-start week may be too tempting for some, particularly with the first matchup coming at Oakland, but understand that it could backfire spectacularly.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Starting Monday vs. Oakland

    Atlanta plans to call up Soroka from Triple-A Gwinnett to have him start Monday in Oakland, Jim Bowden of The Athletic reports. Soroka will be making his first MLB start since 2020, as the right-hander missed much of the the last two seasons while recovering from multiple Achilles injuries. He came away healthy coming out of spring training and was optioned to Gwinnett, where he's posted mediocre numbers with a 4.33 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 35:11 K:BB over 35.1 innings. However, he appears to have turned a corner over his last two starts, allowing just one run over those two outings, which included a six-inning, eight-strikeout effort versus Durham on Tuesday. In his return to the big leagues, the 25-year-old will get a soft landing spot with a start against the woeful Athletics. He'll also tentatively line up for a two-start week, with his second turn expected to come next Sunday in Arizona.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Could get call next week

    Soroka had his best start this season Tuesday for Triple-A Gwinnett, allowing one run over six innings while striking out eight, and he could join the Atlanta rotation next week, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. The team's current plans call for Dylan Dodd to get called up for Thursday's start while Jared Shuster gets another turn Friday. If Soroka stays on a five-day schedule he would be in line to make his next start Sunday, but he could instead join the big-league roster in Oakland to take the hill Monday or Tuesday. The 25-year-old right-hander last pitched in the majors in August 2020, missing most of the last two seasons while recovering from multiple Achilles tears and other related injuries stemming from his lower-body issues. Through eight starts at Triple-A this year, Soroka has a 4.33 ERA, 1.34 WHIP and 35:11 K:BB in 35.1 innings.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Staying in Triple-A rotation

    Soroka is scheduled to start for Triple-A Gwinnett on Thursday, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. Though Atlanta has two openings in the rotation with both Kyle Wright (shoulder) and Max Fried (forearm) hitting the shelf with long-term injuries, Soroka looks as though he'll be passed over for a promotion for the time being. Soroka has managed to stay healthy so far this season but has turned in a 5.23 ERA, 1.60 WHIP and 19:5 K:BB through 20.2 innings (five starts) with Gwinnett.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Skipping next Triple-A start

    Soroka's next start with Triple-A Gwinnett has been pushed back from Tuesday to Sunday, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. It has nothing to do with injury. Rather, it's part of Atlanta's plan to skip some of Soroka's starts this season as a way to limit his workload following so much missed time. Soroka has looked sharp at Gwinnett, putting up a 1.32 ERA and 13:4 K:BB through 13.2 innings over three starts. He looks ready to help the major-league club, when needed, and it's possible he could get a start during the team's current stretch of 17 games without a day off.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Sharp outing for Gwinnett

    Soroka gave up four hits and two walks over six scoreless innings for Triple-A Gwinnett on Tuesday. He struck out five. The right-hander's long road back to the majors -- he last pitched for Atlanta in August 2020 -- appears to be nearing its end. Soroka has posted a 1.32 ERA and 13:4 K:BB through 13.2 innings over three starts this year for Gwinnett, and so far he's stayed healthy after battling back from multiple lower-body surgeries over the last few years. With Bryce Elder pitching well at the moment, Atlanta doesn't have a clear vacancy in its rotation, but should Elder stumble or another pitcher land on the IL, Soroka seems likely to be the next man up.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Goes four strong at Triple-A

    Soroka (hamstring) tossed four innings of one-run ball Tuesday in his second start with Triple-A Gwinnett. Soroka scattered three hits and two walks while striking out five in the 69-pitch outing. He needed 29 pitches to get through the first inning but only 40 to cover the following three. Soroka became all the more important to Atlanta's overall pitching depth when it was announced Tuesday morning that Ian Anderson is headed for Tommy John surgery.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Gives up one run in Triple-A

    Soroka (hamstring) gave one run in 3.2 innings of work with four strikeouts for Triple-A Gwinnett on Tuesday. The one run came off a solo homer by Ryan O'Hearn. The right-hander was solid outside of that, allowing four hits and not issuing a walk. Soroka is expected to have his innings managed as he works his way back from the hamstring strain that sidelined him all spring -- along with the other injuries that have derailed his career over the past few seasons -- but this is a positive first step in making a return to the Atlanta pitching staff.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Optioned to Triple-A

    Soroka (hamstring) was optioned to Triple-A Gwinnett on Thursday. Slowed for most of camp by a right hamstring strain, Soroka just made his Grapefruit League debut Wednesday with an outing that lasted only 1.1 innings. He'll need to get stretched out on the farm before Atlanta can map out a plan for his first major-league appearance since 2020. The good news is that he seems to be over this latest physical setback.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: No timetable for MLB return

    Atlanta manager Brian Snitker told reporters that Soroka (hamstring) is likely to go a couple of innings during Wednesday's Grapefruit League start against the Tigers, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. Soroka is making his spring debut after missing the first three-plus weeks of Grapefruit League games while recovering from a right hamstring strain. The right-hander will likely throw only a pair of innings in this outing, and Snitker cautioned that there is no timetable for when he'll be ready to return to the mound with Atlanta taking a start-by-start approach with the hurler until he's built up to handle a starting role. Soroka showed great promise in the beginning of his career, but managers should take a wait-and-see approach with Soroka in redraft formats.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Set for Grapefruit debut Wednesday

    Soroka (hamstring) will make his Grapefruit League debut Wednesday against the Tigers, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. The right-hander is set to throw two innings in his first official game action since he suffered a right hamstring strain prior to camp opening. Soroka reportedly hit 93 mph in a live batting practice session this past Friday and just needs to build his stamina up at this point. He may not be an option to join the Atlanta rotation until late April or early May.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Throws live batting practice

    Soroka (hamstring) threw live batting practice Friday, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. According to David O'Brien of The Athletic, he was able to get his fastball up to 93 mph over two innings of work. It sounds like a Grapefruit League outing could be on the horizon, as Soroka has been slowed this spring by a right hamstring strain and isn't going to be ready for Opening Day, but he might not miss too much time if he can keep progressing. Once he's healthy and stretched out, the right-hander should push the winner of the battle between Jared Shuster and Dylan Dodd for the fifth starter spot in Atlanta's rotation, but Soroka has thrown only 13.2 big-league innings since his 2019 breakout due to multiple surgeries and injuries.
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  • Braves' Michael Soroka: Takes part in fielding work

    Soroka (hamstring) was spotted taking part in pitcher's fielding practice Wednesday, but Atlanta has yet to provide an update on when he'll make his spring debut, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. Though Soroka received a clean bill of health heading into spring training, the snake-bitten right-hander strained his right hamstring early in camp and had his throwing progression slowed down as a result. While Soroka hasn't been shut down from activity and looks as though he's drawing closer to pitching in a game, the fact that he hasn't yet made his debut this late in spring training essentially takes him out of the running for a spot in Atlanta's Opening Day rotation. Soroka will most likely open the season on the injured list and should continue to ramp up to a starter's workload at the club's spring facility in Florida, leaving Jared Shuster and Dylan Dodd as the primary candidates for the No. 5 spot in the rotation to begin the campaign.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Could make spring debut soon

    Soroka (hamstring) could return to game action soon, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. Soroka was considered to be in a battle with Ian Anderson for the fifth starter spot to begin spring, but as Bowman notes, that competition essentially stopped when Soroka came into camp with a right hamstring strain. The talented right-hander has started throwing off the mound, however, and a return to spring action could be in the cards in the coming weeks. Soroka has not appeared in a major-league game since 2020, but he does offer upside based on his success prior to his injuries.
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