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Jul 12, 2022 3 3 3.58 3 -7
Jul 10, 2022 3 2 3.58 3 2.5
Jul 9, 2022 3 2 3.71 3 1.5
Jul 7, 2022 3 2 3.81 3 5.5
Jul 3, 2022 3 2 4.01 3 1.5

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2022 802.4 27.7 3 3 3 32 7 3.58 1.23
2021 -5-0.8 6.7 1 4 1 8.10 2.40
2020 35.51.9 20.7 1 15 4 2.61 0.87
3y Avg. 783.3 47.3 2 4 46 9 4.56 1.25
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: Bullpen coming

    Red Sox manager Alex Cora said "there's a good chance" Strahm (wrist) will throw a bullpen session Tuesday. Strahm was hit on the left wrist by a line drive July 12 and has slowly come back to the point of throwing. A throwing session Tuesday potentially puts him on schedule to return rejoin the Red Sox by the weekend.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: Resumes playing catch

    Strahm (wrist) has resumed playing catch, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports. Strahm is still dealing with a stiff wrist a week and a half after landing on the injured list, but it's encouraging that he's able to begin a throwing program. A better timetable for his return should be revealed once he ramps up his intensity.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: Placed on 15-day IL

    Strahm was placed on the 15-day injured list with a left wrist contusion Friday, retroactive to July 13. Strahm exited Tuesday's game against the Rays due to a bruised left wrist and underwent X-rays that came back negative, but he'll still be forced to miss at least two weeks. The southpaw had been feeling better in the last few days, but his return timetable will depend on when he's able to begin a throwing program.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: May require IL stint

    Strahm (wrist) has been unable to play catch the last two days and may be placed on the injured list, Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com reports. "If he's not able to play catch tomorrow (Friday), I think the smart move is probably to put him on the IL," Boston manager Alex Cora said. Strahm was hit by a comebacker Tuesday and X-rays came back negative. Cora reports the left-hander is feeling better but not to the point where he can throw or play catch. The Red Sox will need roster spots to accommodate the returns of Nathan Eovaldi (back) and Garrett Whitlock (hip) on Friday, so Strahm's potential placement on the IL could open up one of those spots.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: X-rays reveal no structural damage

    Strahm (wrist) underwent X-rays that came back negative, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. Strahm was hit by a comebacker on his left wrist Tuesday against the Rays, but he isn't dealing with any structural damage following the matchup. It's not yet clear whether he'll be available out of the bullpen for Wednesday's game in Tampa Bay, but he should tentatively be considered day-to-day.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: Sustains wrist bruise

    Strahm was removed from Tuesday's game at Tampa Bay with a bruised left wrist, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. Strahm allowed both batters he faced to reach via hits, the second of which struck him in the left wrist. He proceeded to make a bad situation worse by delivering an errant throw to first base for an error. Per Cotillo, the left-hander is scheduled to undergo X-rays.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: Hangs on for win

    Strahm (3-2) allowed two runs (one earned) on three hits and a walk with three strikeouts in two innings, picking up the extra-inning win Wednesday over the Blue Jays. Strahm kept the game tied at 3-3 in the ninth inning. The Red Sox pulled ahead by three in the top of the 10th, but Strahm nearly gave it all back in the bottom half of the frame, narrowly preserving a one-run lead at the end to earn his third win. This was just the third time all year Strahm's allowed multiple runs in an appearance. He's at a 3.80 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 26:7 K:BB across 23.2 innings while adding three saves, nine holds and two blown saves. He'll likely continue to be a part of a volatile closer committee, though Tanner Houck (personal) will likely be the preferred closer when the Red Sox return stateside for a three-game series versus the Cubs that begins Friday.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: Settles for eighth hold

    Strahm gave up a run on one hit while striking out one batter in two-thirds of an inning Tuesday to record his eighth hold of the season in a 5-4 win over the Tigers. Getting the call to begin the ninth inning with Boston nursing a two-run lead, Strahm saw his cushion evaporate immediately when Jonathan Schoop took him deep for a solo shot. The lefty then got the hook with two outs and right-handed hitters Javier Baez and Miguel Cabrera due up for Detroit, instead watching as John Schreiber pick up his second save of the season. Strahm has stumbled a bit through eight appearances in June, posting a 4.50 ERA, 1.50 WHIP and 7:2 K:BB over six innings, but he still has two saves and four holds during that stretch and his high-leverage spot in the Red Sox bullpen appears to be fairly secure.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: Secures another save

    Strahm earned a save over the Angels on Wednesday, retiring both batters he faced and notching one strikeout. The Red Sox entered the bottom of the ninth inning with a 1-0 lead, and they allowed righty John Schreiber to open the frame against right-handed hitter Juan Lagares. Schreiber notched the out before Boston turned to the southpaw Strahm against lefty Brandon Marsh. Strahm retired Marsh on a lineout and followed with a strikeout of Jack Mayfield to secure a save for the second straight day. Boston's closer situation remains hazy, but Strahm appears to be pushing toward the front of line given his excellent results in the team's past two games.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: Returns from COVID-19 IL

    Strahm (illness) was activated from the COVID-19 injured list Wednesday. The 30-year-old landed on the shelf Monday, but his placement on the COVID-19 IL was simply a precaution, allowing him to quickly rejoin the active roster. Strahm is coming off his worst outing of the season, and he was charged with a blown save and a loss Friday after giving up four runs (three earned) over one-third of an inning. That performance doubled the number of runs he's allowed this season, as he's otherwise been a reliable bullpen piece with a 1.88 ERA and 0.70 WHIP to go along with four holds and one save. Matt Barnes (shoulder) and Hansel Robles (back) have both landed on the injured list within the last week, which could put Strahm in a position to receive more save opportunities.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: Back with team, not yet activated

    Strahm was cleared to rejoin the Red Sox on Tuesday, but he wasn't activated from the COVID-19-related injured list prior to the team's series opener with the Reds, Steve Hewitt of the Boston Herald reports. Strahm was placed on the COVID-19 IL on Monday, but his presence in the clubhouse a day later suggests he was deactivated as a precaution and never actually contracted the virus. The 30-year-old lefty has handled a more important role out of the bullpen than expected this season, so the Red Sox are unlikely to delay activating him by more than another day or two if there aren't any concerns about his health.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: Charged with blown save, loss

    Strahm (2-2) took the loss after blowing a save during Friday's 12-8 defeat against Baltimore. He gave up four runs (three earned) on five hits with one strikeout and zero walks in one-third of an inning. Strahm entered with two outs during the eighth inning and was charged with blown save after giving up an unearned run on a double, a single and an error. The lefty returned for the ninth and was pulled after allowing three singles to open the frame, all of which came around to score. Strahm entered with a 1.88 ERA for the season and hadn't allowed a run since April 25, but the poor performance ballooned his ERA up to 3.68.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: Notches one-out save

    Strahm earned a save over the Orioles on Friday. He struck out one batter and walked another. Strahm took over for Hansel Robles with a runner on second and two outs in the ninth inning. After walking Anthony Santander, he struck out Chris Owings to finish the 3-1 victory. He's now sporting a 3.52 ERA with one save and seven strikeouts through 7.2 innings this season.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: Absorbs loss

    Strahm (1-1) allowed two runs on two hits over one-third of an inning and was tagged with Monday's loss against Toronto. In a slightly surprising move, acting manager Will Venable had Strahm enter the eighth inning after starter Nathan Eovaldi cruised through seven innings on just 72 pitches. The lefty reliever got the first out before giving up a single and bunt that was ruled a single after first baseman Bobby Dalbec couldn't squeeze the ball in his glove. Two batters later, Bo Bichette delivered a game-clinching grand slam off Tyler Danish.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: Earns relief win

    Strahm (1-0) allowed a run on a hit and no walks while striking out one in 1.1 innings to earn the win in Sunday's matchup against Minnesota. Strahm entered Sunday's game in the top of the sixth inning and picked up his first win since 2018 by tossing 1.1 scoreless frames. The southpaw earned a hold in last weekend's win over the Yankees and hasn't allowed a run in 4.2 innings this year, but he has plenty of competition for high-leverage work in Boston's bullpen.
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  • Red Sox's Matt Strahm: Reaches deal with BoSox

    Strahm (knee) agreed Sunday with the Red Sox on a one-year contract, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports. The contract is worth $3 million, according to Jon Heyman of MLB Network. The deal won't be made official until Strahm passes a physical, but the Red Sox presumably expect him to receive full medical clearance after he finished the 2021 campaign on the Padres' injured list due to right knee inflammation. Durability was an issue for Strahm during his final two seasons in San Diego, but when healthy, the 30-year-old lefty has been a quality bullpen arm. Over 260 career big-league innings, Strahm owns a 3.81 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and 17.6 K-BB%.
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  • Matt Strahm: Parts ways with Friars

    Strahm (knee) was non-tendered by the Padres on Tuesday. Strahm appeared in only nine games between the majors in minors last season, and San Diego decided not to tender him a contract for 2022. He missed the final six weeks of the campaign with right knee inflammation, and it's unclear where he stands in his recovery.
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  • Padres' Matt Strahm: Shifts to 60-day IL

    Strahm (knee) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Wednesday. Strahm landed on the injured list with right knee inflammation Aug. 18, and he'll miss the remainder of the regular season as a result. The left-hander made six appearances (one start) in the majors this year and recorded an 8.10 ERA and 2.40 WHIP in 6.2 innings. His move to the 60-day IL clears space on the 40-man roster for Taylor Williams (knee), who was reinstated from the 60-day IL on Wednesday.
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  • Padres' Matt Strahm: Sidelined with knee inflammation

    The Padres placed Strahm on the 10-day injured list Wednesday with right knee inflammation. Given that Strahm required patellar tendon surgery on the same knee last October and didn't debut for the Padres until Aug. 3 while recovering from the procedure, it's not an encouraging sign that he's back on the IL two weeks later with a related injury. Though the fact that Strahm is dealing with inflammation rather than a sprain of his right knee suggests his injury isn't too significant, the Padres are still expected to proceed cautiously with him and could hold him out for longer than the 10-day minimum. In a corresponding move, the Padres activated newly signed starting pitcher Jake Arrieta, who will take the hill Wednesday against the Rockies for his San Diego debut.
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  • Padres' Matt Strahm: Ticketed for IL

    The Padres plan to place Strahm on the 10-day injured list Wednesday due to an unspecified issue, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. San Diego will confirm the transaction shortly before Wednesday's series finale with the Rockies that begins at 3:10 p.m. ET, at which time more information about Strahm's injury should become available. The right-hander had spent most of the season on the 60-day IL while recovering from the right knee surgery he required last October, but it's unclear if he suffered a related setback. Strahm made his first five appearances with San Diego as a reliever before he was deployed as an opening pitcher in Tuesday's contest. He was the pitcher of record in the Padres' 7-3 loss, giving up a run on four hits and no walks over 1.1 innings before turning the game over to the bullpen.
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