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
2022 0.0 0.00 0.00
2021 0.0 0.00 0.00
2020 186 13.7 1 8 7 3.95 1.32
3y Avg. 15614.2 62.7 4 2 50 16 2.73 1.13

Fantasy News

  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Lands on injured list

    Soroka was placed on the 7-day injured list at Triple-A Gwinnett on Thursday due to elbow soreness, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Soroka spent most of the season recovering from an Achilles injury and was sent to Gwinnett after being reinstated from the injured list at the beginning of September. He posted a 6.23 ERA and 1.00 WHIP in 13 innings over three starts following his activation but will now miss the remainder of the season. However, the right-hander isn't believed to be dealing with any structural damage, so it's possible that he's ready for the start of spring training in 2023.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Activated, sent to Triple-A

    Soroka (Achilles) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list and optioned to Triple-A Gwinnett on Thursday. The 25-year-old made his last rehab start with Gwinnett on Aug. 27 and gave up four runs over 4.2 innings while throwing 75 pitches, and he'll remain with the affiliate now that he's been fully cleared. Soroka figures to make his season debut for Atlanta at some point down the stretch, but for now he'll stick at Triple-A.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Will make another rehab start

    Soroka (Achilles) will make a rehab start with Triple-A Gwinnett on Friday, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. Soroka threw 75 pitches in his last rehab start, but he was not particularly sharp, so he will throw at least once more for Gwinnett. If all goes well Friday, his next start could come with Atlanta.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Next rehab outing set

    Soroka (Achilles) will make his next rehab start Saturday with Triple-A Gwinnett, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. Soroka threw 58 pitches over 3.1 frames in his previous outing with Gwinnett last weekend, and he should continue building up his workload. The 25-year-old could require one additional rehab start after Saturday and lines up for a return from the injured list in early September.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Covers 3.1 innings in rehab outing

    Soroka (Achilles) recorded no strikeouts and scattered six hits and one walk over 3.1 inning while allowing two earned runs Sunday in his rehab start for Triple-A Gwinnett. Soroka wasn't nearly as sharp Sunday as he was in his first rehab start Tuesday at High-A Rome, with whom he struck out eight over four scoreless innings. That said, the right-hander escaped the outing at Gwinnett without any setbacks, doing so while building up to 58 pitches (39 strikes). Soroka will likely make at least one or two more rehab starts in the upper levels of the minors before potentially returning from the 60-day injured list in the first week of September and taking back a spot in the Atlanta rotation.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Making next rehab start Sunday

    Soroka (Achilles) will continue his rehab assignment Sunday with Triple-A Gwinnett, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. The 25-year-old began the rehab stint Tuesday with High-A Rome and threw 45 pitches over four scoreless innings, and he'll move up to Triple-A for his next outing. Soroka hasn't pitched in the majors since 2020 and is likely to require a couple more rehab starts after Sunday before potentially being activated by Atlanta in early September.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Possible waiver wire pickups

    In maybe the most surprising and inspiring development of the season, Soroka could be just a couple of weeks from returning to the Braves rotation. He's had three surgeries on his right Achilles tendon since we last saw him, rupturing it twice. Even once would make for an injury without much precedent in baseball. The prognosis has been dire in other sports. Just a week ago, it seemed like a long shot he'd return in any capacity this year, but his first rehab start on Tuesday went so well, with him striking out eight over four shutout innings, that it seems possible he could reclaim a rotation spot by the start of September. Still only 25, the ground-ball specialist has 15 wins, a 2.86 ERA and a 1.16 WHIP in 37 career starts.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Flawless in first rehab start

    Soroka (Achilles) struck out eight while allowing one hit and no walks over four scoreless frames Tuesday in his first rehab start for High-A Rome. Making his first regular-season appearance at any level since Aug. 3, 2020 after an extended recovery from two surgeries to address ruptures of his right Achilles' tendon, Soroka looked about as good as Atlanta could have hoped. The 25-year-old retired the first 11 batters he faced and pumped in 35 of his 45 pitches for strikes, with his workload suggesting that Atlanta intends to bring him back as a rotation option once he's reinstated from the 60-day injured list. The 2019 All-Star is expected to require at least two or three more rehab starts to get fully stretched out, so Atlanta likely won't plan on activating him until the active roster expands to 28 men after Sept. 1.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Slated to begin rehab assignment

    Soroka (Achilles) will begin a rehab assignment at High-A Rome on Tuesday, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. Soroka resumed facing hitters in early July, but his recovery process was slowed when he was hit in the knee by a comebacker while pitching in live batting practice. The right-hander will likely require a fairly lengthy rehab assignment and isn't expected to rejoin the major-league club until at least September.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Nearing simulated games

    Manager Brian Snitker said Thursday that Soroka (Achilles) is expected to pitch in simulated games soon, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Soroka was facing hitters in early July, but his recovery process slowed when he was hit in the knee by a comebacker while throwing live batting practice. The right-hander isn't expected to return from the injured list until at least September, and a timetable for him to begin a rehab assignment will likely be discussed once he's pitched in simulated games.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Unlikely to return until September

    Soroka (Achilles/knee) is an unlikely option to return until at least September, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. The right-hander has yet to begin a rehab assignment as he continues a lengthy recovery process that last saw him pitch in a big-league game August 2020, and Atlanta manager Brian Snitker said Friday that he doesn't start factoring a player's return into his roster plans until they get deeper into their assignments. That suggests Soroka won't be back until at least September, as he will certainly need a significant rehab assignment following multiple Achilles tendon tears.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Completes bullpen session

    Soroka (Achilles/knee) threw a bullpen session Monday with no apparent issues, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. The right-hander's rehab from Achilles surgery has been stalled over the past week after he was struck in the knee by a comebacker during live batting practice, so it's a good sign he's back on the mound. Soroka will likely need to return to throwing live BP before being cleared for a rehab assignment, which will be lengthy given he hasn't seen MLB action since 2020.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: No timeline for rehab assignment

    Soroka (Achilles) was hit in the knee by a comebacker while pitching in live batting practice a few days ago and doesn't yet have a target date for beginning a minor-league rehab assignment, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Soroka, who is working back from his second surgery in less than two years to repair a torn right Achilles' tendon, isn't dealing with any structural damage to his knee and is merely dealing with a bruise, leaving Atlanta optimistic that his rehab program won't have to be slowed down too long. According to Toscano, Atlanta is preparing for Soroka to return from the 60-day injured list as a starting pitcher, so whenever his minor-league assignment begins, he'll likely need most of the 30-day rehab window to get fully ramped up. Back in May, Soroka said that he and the organization are hoping to keep his innings within the 60-to-100 range in 2022, so his workload shouldn't be much of a concern since he's still realistically at least a month away from making his season debut for the big club.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Making encouraging progress

    Soroka (Achilles) continues throwing at Atlanta's spring training complex, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. It's not exactly clear where Soroka stands in his recovery, but he has been throwing for more than a month, and manager Brian Snitker said Tuesday that he is encouraged by what he has seen. Soroka is not ready for a rehab assignment as of yet, but it seems possible he could be soon.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Ready to face hitters

    Soroka (Achilles) will join Atlanta's spring training facility in Florida to continue his rehab and will face live hitters at the team complex before eventually beginning a rehab assignment, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. Soroka has been sidelined by a sequence of Achilles issues since August of 2020, and it looks as though his absence will last roughly two years before he finally returns to the big leagues. He's making encouraging progress, though it's unclear exactly when he'd be ready to begin his rehab assignment.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Throwing off mound

    Soroka (Achilles) hasn't had any setbacks in his recovery process and has been doing some mound work recently, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Soroka hasn't appeared in a game since August of 2020 due to multiple tears of his Achilles tendon. His most recent surgery was in early July of 2021, and it's encouraging that he's now able to throw off a mound. The team is hoping the right-hander will be able to return to game action around the All-Star break, but there's still a long way for him to go in his rehab before the team will be able to pinpoint a return date.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Avoids arbitration

    Soroka (Achilles) signed a one-year, $2.8 million contract with Atlanta on Thursday, avoiding arbitration. Soroka was placed on the 60-day injured list Wednesday, but he'll land a one-year deal with the club to avoid arbitration ahead of the 2022 campaign. The right-hander hasn't appeared in any games since August of 2020 but is hopeful he'll be able to return to game action at some point during the second half of the 2022 season. Soroka has been cleared to resume running and throwing, but he hasn't yet began mound work.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Goes on 60-day IL

    Atlanta placed Soroka (Achilles) on the 60-day injured list Wednesday, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. Soroka's move to the 60-day IL clears a spot on the 40-man roster for outfielder Eddie Rosario, whom Atlanta re-signed Wednesday to a two-year, $18 million deal. Though Atlanta hasn't provided a definitive recovery timeline for Soroka's return after he underwent his second surgery in as many seasons last June to repair a torn right Achilles' tendon, he was never expected to be ready to go for the start of the upcoming season. To that end, Atlanta's decision to officially rule him out for the next two months comes as little surprise, but Soroka said Wednesday that he's optimistic he'll be ready to pitch at some point during the second half of the season, according to Mark Bowman of MLB.com. Soroka has since been cleared to resume running and throwing, but he has yet to get back on the mound.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Surgery deemed successful

    Soroka underwent surgery on his Achilles tendon this week that Atlanta manager Brian Snitker said was successful, McClain Baxley of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. The right-hander first tore the tendon last August, but his initial rehab process went far from smoothly as he dealt with a sore shoulder before needing a cleanup procedure on the tendon in mid-May and then tearing it again June 24. Having undergone three surgeries on his Achilles in less than a year, it's impossible to predict what the timeline for Soroka's recovery will be, both because of the risk of further issues and the fact that the team will be extra cautious with him.
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  • Braves' Mike Soroka: Requires season-ending surgery

    Soroka suffered a complete re-tear of his Achilles tendon Thursday and will require season-ending surgery. Soroka felt a pop in his right Achilles while walking to the clubhouse Thursday, and an MRI revealed that he will miss the rest of the current campaign. The right-hander underwent surgery on his Achilles tendon in late May, but he had resumed throwing exercises before aggravating the injury. A timetable for Soroka's return will be established after he undergoes surgery next week, but he could be sidelined until July of 2022, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.
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