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Earned Run Average
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Saves
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Fantasy Points
Sep 24, 2022 5 4 2.49 19 12
Sep 22, 2022 4 4 2.58 19 3
Sep 13, 2022 4 4 2.62 19 0.5
Sep 11, 2022 4 4 2.67 19 3
Sep 10, 2022 3 4 2.37 19 11

Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Strikeouts
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 298.54.8 61.3 5 4 19 67 16 2.50 0.75
2021 2904.7 64.7 10 3 11 104 24 3.06 1.02
2020 -7-1.4 6.0 2 4 13.50 2.67
3y Avg. 113.54.1 30.0 4 1 4 43 10 4.20 1.13
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72%
Roster
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Start
#19
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Fantasy News

  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Grabs fifth win Saturday

    Sewald (5-4) got the win over the Royals on Saturday, firing two scoreless innings during which he allowed one hit. Sewald breezed through his pair of frames, during which he preserved a 5-5 tie, on just 17 pitches. The right-hander was then rewarded for his efficient and mistake-free work when Cal Raleigh laced a go-ahead double in the ninth that gave the Mariners a lead they didn't relinquish. Sewald has 19 saves on the season as well, but Andres Munoz, who got the ninth-inning call Saturday, also remains a viable candidate for such opportunities over the final week-plus of the season.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Victorious following blown save

    Sewald (4-4) blew a save but picked up the win during Sunday's 8-7 victory over the Braves, allowing two runs on two hits and a hit-by-pitch in one-third of an inning. Sewald was brought in to get the game's final out after Diego Castillo served up a three-run Michael Harris home run that cut Seattle's lead to one. The 30-year-old immediately surrendered a single followed by a Robbie Grossman home run to fall in line for the loss until Seattle rallied for a walkoff win in the bottom of the frame. The rough outing snapped a seven-appearance scoreless streak, and Sewald has now blown a save in two of his last four games. He still possesses an excellent 2.67 ERA and 0.73 WHIP with 66 strikeouts in 57.1 innings across 59 appearances on the season.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Dominates for 19th save

    Sewald earned the save over Atlanta on Saturday, striking out two batters in a perfect inning. Sewald notched four swinging strikes on 10 pitches and struck out All-Stars Dansby Swanson and Austin Riley to end the game. The veteran reliever hasn't allowed a run since Aug. 24, surrendering just three hits and posting a 10:2 K:BB over 6.1 innings in that span. Sewald's 19 saves are a career high and are tied for eighth most in the American League.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Slams door Tuesday

    Sewald struck out two in a perfect inning to earn the save in Tuesday's 3-0 win over the White Sox. Sewald bounced back from taking a blown save Sunday by pitching his third perfect outing in his last six trips to the mound. The right-hander got through the inning on 16 pitches (11 strikes) against the bottom of the White Sox's order. He's now 18-for-22 in save chances with a 2.41 ERA, 0.71 WHIP and 64:15 K:BB through 56 innings this season.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Charged with blown save

    Sewald allowed an inherited runner to score on one hit in one-third of an inning, taking a blown save in Sunday's 6-3 extra-innings win over the Guardians. Sewald couldn't prevent a run from scoring on an Oscar Gonzalez single in the eighth inning after Erik Swanson put Amed Rosario aboard. This went down as Sewald's fourth blown save of the year, though he's added 17 saves and six holds while functioning as the Mariners' primary closer for much of the year. The right-hander has a 2.45 ERA, 0.73 WHIP and 62:15 K:BB through 55 innings this season. He hasn't been charged with a run over 4.1 innings in his last five appearances.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Snags 17th save

    Sewald pitched a scoreless ninth inning, walking two batters while striking out two on his way to a save in Wednesday's 5-3 win over Detroit. Sewald was called upon to protect the 5-3 lead in the bottom of the ninth, working around two walks for his 17th save of the season. The right-hander has now pitched three consecutive scoreless outings after giving up three runs over back-to-back appearances. Sewald now owns a 2.52 ERA and 0.69 WHIP with 61 strikeouts over 53.2 innings while appearing in 54 games this year.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Takes fourth loss Wednesday

    Sewald (3-4) took the loss against the Nationals on Wednesday, allowing a go-ahead two-run home run for his only hit conceded during his one inning. He also recorded a walk and a strikeout apiece. The normally reliable Sewald started off on the wrong foot upon entering in the ninth inning by issuing a free pass to Keibert Ruiz, and after recording two consecutive outs, he surrendered a 385-foot shot to right field to Ildemaro Vargas. The blast snapped a 1-1 tie and turned out to be the difference in the game, handing Sewald his second loss of August. Despite the stumble, the right-hander maintains a solid 16-for-19 tally in save opportunities, which he's complemented with his three wins and six holds.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Yields run but earns save

    Sewald allowed a run on two hits and struck out one over one inning to earn the save in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Nationals. Sewald gave up an RBI single to Lane Thomas in the ninth inning, ending the right-hander's 10-inning streak without allowing an earned run. He still got the save after stopping the damage there. The 32-year-old is 16-for-19 in save chances this year while pitching to an excellent 2.36 ERA, 0.66 WHIP and 55:12 K:BB through 49.2 innings. The save Tuesday was his first in nearly two weeks, though no other Mariner reliever had logged one since Sewald's previous save (Aug. 10).
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Tallies another save

    Sewald struck out one in a scoreless ninth inning to earn the save Wednesday against the Yankees. Sewald successfully protected a one-run lead to earn his 15th save of the season. The Mariners will continue to use a number of options to close out games, though Sewald has still earned three of the team's last five saves. He's also turned in eight consecutive scoreless appearances while maintaining a 6:0 K:BB across eight innings. That stretch has continued his stellar campaign, as Sewald has a 2.31 ERA across 46.2 frames for the season.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Converts save No. 14

    Sewald pitched a perfect inning and struck out one to earn the save in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Angels. Sewald took an extra-inning loss to the Angels on Friday, but he was able to help the Mariners salvage a 2-2 split in this weekend series by closing out the finale. He's allowed just one unearned over his last six innings, picking up two saves and a hold in that span. The right-hander is now 14-for-17 in save chances while adding six holds, a 3-3 record, 2.42 ERA, 0.67 WHIP and 49:11 K:BB through 44.2 innings this year.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Handed third loss

    Sewald (3-3) took the loss during Friday's 4-3 defeat at the hands of the Angels, allowing an unearned run while striking out one in the 10th inning. Sewald entered for the top of the 10th inning and surrendered a sacrifice bunt and sacrifice fly to score initial runner Magneuris Sierra and take his first loss since June 12. Despite the defeat, the 32-year-old has lowered his ERA to 2.47 during five straight outings without allowing an earned run, though teammate Andres Munoz earned the team's most recent save.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Tallies 13th save

    Sewald pitched the ninth inning without giving up any runs, hits or walks to pick up the save in a 5-4 win over the Astros on Saturday. After the Mariners pulled ahead in the top of the ninth with a two-run inning, manager Scott Servais called on Sewald to protect a one-run lead. Sewald pitched a smooth three-up, three-down frame to earn his 13th save of the season. It was a nice bounce-back performance for Sewald after he gave up a couple of runs and blew the save his last time out against the Rangers. Sewald is in the midst of a career-best season and boasts a 2.72 ERA.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Blows third save

    Sewald suffered a blown save during Tuesday's 5-4 victory over the Rangers, surrendering two runs on one hit and two walks with one strikeout in the eighth inning. Manager Scott Servais turned to his best bullpen option in the eighth with the top of the lineup due up, and Sewald started strong with two quick outs. However, he walked the next two Rangers and served up a game-tying Adolis Garcia double to be stung with his third blown save of the campaign. Sewald had converted 12 straight combined saves and holds prior Tuesday's mishap and still possesses a quality 2.79 ERA and 0.78 WHIP with 45 strikeouts over 38.2 innings.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Busy in Wednesday's twin bill

    Sewald recorded saves on both ends of Wednesday's doubleheader sweep of the Nationals, pitching a total of 1.1 innings and giving up one run on two hits while striking out three. The right-hander collected a one-out save in the matinee, shutting the door after the Nats threatened to erase a 6-1 deficit in the ninth inning. Sewald then worked a more traditional full inning in the nightcap to protect a 2-0 lead, and he needed the extra cushion after Juan Soto -- who'd socked the three-run homer in the first game that forced Seattle's closer into action -- took him deep as well for a solo shot. Sewald has converted 10 straight save chances, last blowing one June 2, and he's now up to 12 on the year to go with three wins, four holds, a 2.60 ERA, 0.72 WHIP and 41:7 K:BB through 34.2 innings.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Manager Scott Servais will never say it, but I will: Paul Sewald is the Mariners closer. And what a closer he is, boasting a 2.43 ERA, 0.72 WHIP and 10.3 K/9. You could argue he was even more dominant last year, so there's a track record here. Sewald was forced to throw 29 pitches in a game that went into extra innings Friday, so it's understandable that Diego Castillo got the save Saturday, but the Mariners went right back to Sewald in the ninth inning Sunday. He now has six of the team's past eight saves, and the only two he didn't get were on days when he wasn't available. It wouldn't surprise me if he's a top-12 reliever the rest of the way.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Converts 10th save

    Sewald struck out one in a perfect inning to earn the save in Sunday's 6-5 win over the Blue Jays. Sewald wasn't available for a save chance Saturday, which Diego Castillo converted, but it was Sewald back in the ninth inning Sunday. Over his last 10 innings, the 32-year-old right-hander has allowed one run and four hits while striking out 15 and notching six saves. He's 10-for-12 in save chances with a 2.43 ERA, 0.69 WHIP and 38:7 K:BB through 33.1 innings overall, and it appears the closer job is his for as long as he keeps pitching well.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Don't look now, but Paul Sewald seems to have emerged as the closer for the Mariners. He threw a perfect ninth inning for his ninth save Sunday, giving him five of the Mariners' past six. If not for him needing a day off after working two days in a row, he might have all six. Manager Scott Servais has been all too delighted to mix and match in the ninth inning since the team traded away Kendall Graveman last summer, but if he's developing new habits, we shouldn't sit idly by.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Perfect inning for ninth save

    Sewald struck out one in a perfect inning to secure the save in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Athletics. Sewald had no trouble protecting a one-run lead, retiring Vimael Machin, Sean Murphy and Stephen Vogt on a combined 13 pitches. This was Sewald's fifth straight appearance with a save, which has pushed him to the head of the Mariners' closer committee. He's allowed four runs in 13 innings since the start of June and owns a 2.73 ERA, 0.71 WHIP and 32:7 K:BB across 29.2 innings while adding nine saves, four holds and two blown saves this season.
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Notches eighth save

    Sewald earned a save against the Athletics on Thursday, allowing a run on one hit while striking out three over one inning. Sewald was summoned with Seattle up by three runs in the ninth inning, and he struck out the side around a one-out solo homer off the bat of Ramon Laureano to secure the save. The veteran has emerged as the Mariners' preferred ninth-inning option, notching a save in each of his past four outings while posting a 7:0 K:BB and allowing just one hit and one run over that span. Sewald leads the Mariners with eight saves on the campaign, doubling the number of his nearest competitor (Diego Castillo).
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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Could it be that the Mariners have something like a dedicated closer now? Since the team traded Kendall Graveman to the Astros last summer, Scott Servais has mixed it up as much as any manager can. All of a sudden, though, Paul Sewald has three of the team's past four saves, and the one he didn't get came after he had worked back-to-back days. His strikeout rate isn't as impressive as a year ago, but his ERA and certainly his WHIP are. Of course, Ken Giles recently returned from the IL and could potentially create even more havoc, but Sewald's latest run is about as strong of a leaning as Servais has shown in the past calendar year.
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