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Aug 5, 2022 6.0 0 0 6.00 10.5

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2022 224.511.2 110.3 5 7 119 40 4.49 1.23
2021 43513.2 180.0 13 6 210 64 3.75 1.23
2020 11111.1 47.7 2 2 60 21 3.59 1.15
3y Avg. 242.510.5 119.0 6 7 133 40 4.24 1.25
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  • Twins' Tyler Mahle: Yields three homers Friday

    Mahle allowed four runs on five hits and a walk while striking out five over six innings in a no-decision versus the Blue Jays on Friday. Mahle's new home park, Target Field, is considered one of the league's more pitcher-friendly venues, but that wasn't the case Friday. The right-hander gave up a season-high three home runs, accounting for all four of the runs he allowed in his Twins debut. The long ball hasn't been much of an issue for Mahle this year, though he's now given up 15 over 20 starts. For the season, he owns a 4.49 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 119:40 K:BB across 110.1 innings. He's expected to draw an easier opponent next week in a projected road start versus the Angels.
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  • Twins' Tyler Mahle: Expected to debut Friday

    Mahle will throw a bullpen session at Target Field on Wednesday and is lined up to make his Twins debut Friday against the Blue Jays in Minnesota, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports. Before he was acquired from the Reds on Tuesday for a trio of prospects, Mahle's final start with the Reds came last Saturday, so the right-hander will be taking the hill on five days' rest in his Minnesota debut. Though Mahle collected only five wins and turned in solid-if-unspectacular ratios over his 19 starts with the Reds (4.40 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 17 K-BB%), his fantasy outlook should improve with the trade to Minnesota. Not only will he be leaving one of the National League's bottom feeders for the current American League Central leaders, but he'll also be moving on from one of MLB's most punitive parks for hurlers (Great American Ball Park) for a more pitcher-friendly venue in Target Field.
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  • Twins' Tyler Mahle: Traded to Twins

    The Twins acquired Mahle from the Reds on Tuesday in exchange for Spencer Steer, Christian Encarnacion-Strand and Steven Hajjar, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports. Minnesota was eager to bolster its rotation ahead of Tuesday's trade deadline and was able to do just that with the addition of Mahle, who had been the No. 2 starter for the Reds for most of the season. Though his ratios had taken a small step back compared to 2020 and 2021, Mahle's 4.40 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 17.0 percent strikeout rate still make him a viable starter for a potential playoff series. Mahle is likely to slide into the rotation spot that Aaron Sanchez filled Monday and could get his first start with the Twins during the team's four-game home series with the Blue Jays this weekend.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Throws six quality innings for win

    Mahle (5-7) gave up two earned runs on five hits and no walks while striking out seven over six innings to earn the win in an 8-2 victory over the Orioles on Saturday. Mahle got into some trouble early in the game and tripped on the mound to balk in a run, but he settled into a groove and strung together five consecutive scoreless innings to earn his fifth win of the season. The 27-year-old right-hander has now thrown four quality starts in a row to lower his ERA to 4.40. Mahle is expected to be a trade-deadline target and could find himself making his next start for a contending team that will likely provide more consistent run support than the Reds. If he is not traded, he tentatively lines up for a start next week at Milwaukee.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Activated for Sunday's start

    Mahle (shoulder) was activated from the 15-day injured list to start Sunday against the Cardinals. The 27-year-old has been sidelined over three weeks by a right shoulder strain, but he'll rejoin Cincinnati's rotation in Sunday's series finale versus St. Louis. Mahle will make his return without requiring a minor-league rehab assignment, so he could face some minor workload limitations in his first start back from the injured list.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Rejoining rotation Sunday

    Mahle (shoulder) is in line to come off the 15-day injured list to start Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Just as manager David Bell suggested would be the case shortly before the All-Star break, Mahle will be ready to step back into the rotation for the Reds' first series of the second half after spending close to the minimum amount of time on the shelf with a minor right shoulder strain. With the Reds safely out of contention for the playoffs, the team could be open to making Mahle available via trade ahead of the Aug. 2 deadline if the price is right. Mahle, who will be arbitration-eligible for a final time in 2023, has logged a 4.48 ERA and 1.30 WHIP over 17 starts this season, but most underlying metrics (3.85 SIERA, 3.20 xERA) paint a rosier picture of his performance to date.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Should be back after All-Star break

    Manager David Bell said Tuesday that he expects Mahle (shoulder) to return from the 15-day injured list to make a start during one of the Reds' first three games out of the All-Star break, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Mahle was placed on the 15-day injured list July 6 with a right shoulder strain, but he looks as though he'll spend close to the minimum amount of time on the shelf. The right-hander was able to do some throwing Tuesday after taking the past five days off to rest, and Cincinnati's coaching and training staffs apparently both came away encouraged by how he looked. Mahle will continue to steadily ramp up the intensity of his throwing before he's penciled in for a start against the Cardinals during Cincinnati's first series of the second half.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Not concerned about shoulder injury

    Mahle said Wednesday that his shoulder injury is "not concerning at all," Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Mahle was placed on the 15-day injured list with a right shoulder strain Wednesday, and he underwent an MRI that revealed some non-concerning irritation and inflammation. The right-hander will be shut down for 5-to-7 days to allow his shoulder to heal, but he expects to be back in action shortly after the All-Star break.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Placed on 15-day IL

    Mahle was placed on the 15-day injured list with a right shoulder strain Wednesday, retroactive to July 3. Mahle was scheduled to start the second game of Thursday's doubleheader against Pittsburgh, but he'll be sidelined through the All-Star break after landing on the injured list. It's not yet clear who will take the right-hander's place in the rotation or when he'll be cleared to rejoin the Reds. Mahle posted a 4.58 ERA and 1.53 WHIP in 17.2 innings over his last three appearances.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Another home loss

    Mahle (3-7) took the loss Saturday, allowing two runs on five hits and four walks over five innings against Atlanta. He struck out five. With that, Mahle is now 0-5 at Great American Ball Park this season compared to 3-2 on the road. While Saturday's outing wasn't horrible, he did himself no favors with the four walks. Mahle entered Saturday's game with a 2.45 ERA and 1.02 WHIP over his previous six starts, so he's been pitching well overall, but he's difficult to trust at home against the game's better lineups.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Strikes out seven in quality start

    Mahle (3-6) gave up three earned runs on four hits and a walk while striking out seven over 6.2 innings to earn the win in a 10-3 victory over the Giants on Sunday. Mahle took advantage of 10 runs of offensive support to notch his third win of the season on the back of 6.2 effective innings. The 27-year-old right-hander now has five quality starts in his last six appearances, with the one weak performance during that stretch coming against the Dodgers. Mahle has shown the ability to generate swinging strikes on his 94 mph fastball over the course of his career, and he is averaging 10 strikeouts per nine innings this season. He will try to pick up win number four next week against Atlanta.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Handed sixth loss

    Mahle (2-6) took the loss Tuesday against the Dodgers after surrendering four runs on 12 hits with four strikeouts and one walk over six innings. Considering he allowed a season-high 12 hits, Mahle did well to limit Los Angeles to four runs and keep Cincinnati within striking distance. The right-hander's streak of four consecutive quality starts came to an end Tuesday, and he was charged with his first loss since giving up eight runs to the Cubs on May 24. Mahle tentatively lines up to pitch against the Giants on the road Sunday.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Dazzles across nine shutout innings

    Mahle allowed just three hits and no walks with 12 strikeouts in nine shutout innings, but he took a no-decision Tuesday versus the Diamondbacks. Mahle pitched one of the best games of his career, but the Reds' offense couldn't scrape together a run until the 10th inning. He's recorded double-digit strikeouts in his last two starts, and he's turned in quality starts in six of his last seven outings. The right-hander's excellent game Tuesday dropped his ERA from 5.07 to 4.46 with a 1.23 WHIP and 86:30 K:BB through 74.2 innings overall. Fantasy managers shouldn't expect a repeat performance in his next start, which is projected to be a home start versus the Dodgers next week, but Mahle has been in excellent form over the last month-plus.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Sleeper pitchers for Week 11 (June 13-19)

    Considered a must-start at the beginning of the year, Tyler Mahle has gotten his season back on track with three straight quality starts, including a 10-strikeout effort in his latest. He'll be facing that same opponent, the Diamondbacks, this week.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Punches out 10

    Mahle allowed one earned run on four hits and two walks while striking out 10 across six innings Thursday against the Diamondbacks. He did not factor into the decision. Mahle struck out double-digit batters in a game for the first time this season, which he backed with 16 swinging strikes across 105 total pitches. He turned in his third consecutive quality start and has allowed only four earned runs across his last 18.2 frames in that span. Despite the strong stretch, Mahle still has a 5.07 ERA and 74:30 K:BB over 65.2 innings on the campaign.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Settles for no-decision Sunday

    Mahle allowed a hit and three walks while striking out eight in 6.2 scoreless innings during Sunday's loss to the Giants. He didn't factor into the decision. Mahle threw just 58 of his 104 pitches for strikes Sunday, but he carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning while matching his season-high mark of eight strikeouts. However, the right-hander was forced to settle for a no-decision since the Reds' bullpen gave up six runs in the top of the eighth inning. Mahle gave up eight runs in Tuesday's loss to the Cubs, but he's now posted quality starts in three of his last four outings. He tentatively lines up to make his next start at home against the Nationals on Saturday.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Returns from restricted list

    The Reds reinstated Mahle from the restricted list Monday. Mahle missed the weekend series in Toronto while on the restricted list, suggesting that he was ineligible to cross the border into Canada by electing not to get vaccinated against COVID-19. He wouldn't have pitched during the series even if he was allowed to be in the country, however, as he had just started Thursday in Cleveland. He's expected to return to the mound Tuesday against the Cubs for what could be a two-start week, as he'll be on turn to pitch Sunday against the Giants as well.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Second straight quality start

    Mahle did not factor into the decision in Thursday's win in Cleveland. He allowed one run on two hits and two walks while striking out four over 6.1 innings. While he didn't get a win for his efforts, Mahle pitched well, posting his second straight quality start. The right-hander didn't record a single quality start in any of his first seven turns this season. He's beginning to round into form, though his struggles at home in Great American Ball Park have persisted. Mahle lines up to face the Cubs in Cincinnati early next week.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Posts first quality start

    Mahle (2-4) earned a win and a quality start Friday against the Pirates, striking out eight batters across six innings while allowing two runs on five hits and a walk. It was a refreshingly strong performance from Mahle, who hadn't recorded a quality start in any of his first seven starts of the year. He allowed one run on a Ben Gamel solo shot in the first inning and another on a Ke'Bryan Hayes double in the third, but it was on the whole a very encouraging performance from the right-hander. That follows a start his last time out in which he allowed two runs on just one hit across five frames, though that outing also came against the Pirates. Whether or not he can keep that momentum going against a tougher opponent Wednesday in Cleveland remains to be seen.
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  • Reds' Tyler Mahle: Fans six in no-decision

    Mahle allowed two runs on one hit and three walks over five innings in Sunday's win over Pittsburgh. He struck out six and did not factor in the decision. Mahle had lost his previous four starts and was in line to make it five before the Reds' offense took over in the sixth inning. The only damage against him was Michael Perez's two-run shot in the second inning. Mahle needed 106 pitches (63 strikes) to get through five frames. He'll carry a 6.46 ERA into a rematch in Pittsburgh next week.
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