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Sep 24, 2023 9 5 2.38 10 4.5
Sep 23, 2023 9 5 2.41 10 11
Sep 19, 2023 9 5 2.44 9 5
Sep 18, 2023 8 5 2.23 9 -4
Sep 16, 2023 8 4 2.13 9 10

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Innings Pitched
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 284.54 75.7 9 5 10 101 24 2.38 1.02
2022 2413.6 62.7 4 5 20 90 46 4.31 1.61
2021 901.5 54.0 5 4 70 37 5.17 1.57
3y Avg. 128.52.5 45.7 3 3 7 61 31 4.14 1.51
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Notches save No. 10

    Scott struck out two in a perfect ninth inning Saturday to record his 10th save of the season in a 5-4 win over the Brewers. The lefty fired nine of 12 pitches for strikes while breezing through Milwaukee's 8-9-1 hitters. Scott has been mostly outstanding since taking over the closer role in late August, converting eight of 10 save chances over his last 13 appearances while posting a 1.72 ERA, 0.83 WHIP and 15:1 K:BB through 15.2 innings.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Blown save, win

    Scott (9-5) blew the save, but picked up the win anyway Tuesday against the Mets. He allowed two runs on three hits over one inning. The 29-year-old was unable to preserve Miami's two-run, ninth-inning lead Tuesday, surrendering three hits and two runs to blow the save opportunity. Luckily for Scott, Jake Burger notched a walk-off base hit in the bottom of the inning, earning Scott the vulture victory. After seven consecutive scoreless outings, the southpaw has allowed runs in each of his last two appearances. Scott is now 9-for-13 in his save chances this season, with a 2.44 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and a 96:24 K:BB across 73.2 innings.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Earns save Wednesday

    Scott did not allow a hit or a walk and struck out one in a scoreless inning to earn the save in Wednesday's 2-0 win over the Brewers. An error put a runner on base, but Scott easily pitched around that to earn his eighth save of the season. He's converted five straight save chances since a blown save Sept. 1 versus the Nationals. He's also gone 18.2 innings without allowing an earned run, though he gave up two unearned runs in that aforementioned blown save. The 29-year-old has a 2.21 ERA, 1.02 WHIP and 93:24 K:BB through 69.1 innings on the year. Given Scott's good performance, he should close the year as Miami's primary closer.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Possible waiver wire pickups

    By now, there's no disputing that Tanner Scott is the Marlins closer. He's gotten each of the team's past five saves, including two over the weekend. What's strange is how little attention it's gotten him in CBS Sports leagues. His 2.24 ERA and 12.1 K/9 would both rank seventh among relievers with at least 20 saves. He has the makings of a stud closer, in other words, and the stuff (a 98 mph fastball and wipeout slider) has always been there. It's true he flopped as a closer last year, but mostly because he couldn't find the strike zone. He's cut that walk rate in half this year. The Marlins are still very much in the playoff race and figure to play in some close games down the stretch, so Scott may well produce like a stud closer, too.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Converts five-out save

    Scott picked up the save Sunday against the Phillies. He allowed one walk while striking out three over 1.2 scoreless innings. Scott came on in relief of Andrew Nardi with one out in the eighth inning. With the tying and go-ahead runs in scoring position, Scott struck out Edmundo Sosa and Kyle Schwarber to preserve a 5-4 lead before working around a walk and a hit-by-pitch in the ninth to earn his seventh save. The 29-year-old Scott has emerged as an elite closing option for Miami of late -- he hasn't allowed an earned run in his last 17.2 innings, striking out 21 while issuing just three walks in that span. He lowered his ERA to 2.24 on the season with a 1.04 WHIP and 92:24 K:BB across 68.1 innings.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Picks up sixth save

    Scott picked up the save Friday against Philadelphia. He allowed zero hits and zero walks while striking out one in a perfect inning. It was Scott's fourth save in five opportunities since taking over the closer's role from David Robertson in late August. Scott has now gone 14 consecutive appearances without allowing an earned run and has quietly been one of the best relievers in baseball this season, holding a 2.30 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 89 strikeouts with seven wins, 24 holds and six saves over 66.2 innings.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Nails down fifth save

    Scott picked up the save Tuesday against the Dodgers. He allowed a hit while striking out two over a scoreless inning. Scott seems to have firmly established himself as the new closer in Miami, seeing the club's last four save opportunities since David Robertson was removed from the role. Scott struck out a pair of Dodgers on Tuesday, working around a one-out single to secure his fifth save in a 6-3 win. The left-hander has now gone 13 appearances (15 innings) without giving up an earned run, lowering his ERA to 2.33 with a 1.07 WHIP and 88:23 K:BB across 65.2 innings this season.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Earns another save

    Scott picked up the save Sunday against the Nationals. He allowed one hit while striking out one over a scoreless inning. Scott's now gone 11 appearances (13 innings) without allowing an earned run. The left-hander has gotten the last three save opportunities in Miami since David Robertson was removed from the closing role. Overall, Scott's 4-for-7 in save chances with a 2.37 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 86:23 K:BB across 64.2 innings this season.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Blows save Friday but gets win

    Scott (7-4) blew the save but picked up the win in Friday's 8-5 extra-innings victory over the Nationals, giving up two unearned runs on two hits over two frames. He struck out one. The southpaw couldn't stop the phantom runner from scoring in both the 10th and 11th innings, but a four-run eruption by the Marlins in the top of the 11th gave Scott plenty of cushion. He still hasn't been tagged for an earned run since July 31, posting a 0.00 ERA, 0.77 WHIP and 14:2 K:BB through 13 innings over the last month, and at least for the moment, Scott appears to be the answer for Miami at closer.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Picks up save Sunday

    Scott earned his third save of the season Sunday after pitching a scoreless ninth inning to beat the Nationals 2-1. He allowed two hits and did not walk or strike out a batter. Reports earlier in the day Sunday surfaced that trade deadline acquisition David Robertson was being removed from the closer role, leaving Scott as the likely candidate to take over as the team's new closer. Despite pitching Saturday as well, Scott's name was called to handle things in the ninth. He allowed two singles but got Jacob Young to ground into a double play to end the game. Scott has now posted nine straight scoreless outings dating back to Aug. 2 and is having a fantastic year with a 2.55 ERA, 1.10 WHIP and 83:23 K:BB in 60 innings.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Possible waiver wire pickups

    It wasn't surprising to see Scott come in for a save chance Sunday. There were reports earlier in the day that the Marlins were looking to make a change from David Robertson, who's only 4 for 7 on save chances since coming over from the Mets. "I think you'll probably see Tanner there in the ninth inning [a lot]," manager Skip Schumaker said after Scott closed out Sunday's game. The left-hander certainly has the stuff for the role, having registered 12.5 K/9 with a killer slider and a fastball that peaks at 100 mph. The Marlins tried him out as their closer last year, but he was simply too erratic. He's cut his walk rate almost in half this year, offering hope he'll make good on his potential this time.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Could step in as new closer

    Scott appears to be the most likely candidate to step in as the Marlins' preferred closing option with Miami opting to remove David Robertson from the ninth-inning role, Craig Mish of the Miami Herald reports. The Marlins haven't confirmed as much, but Robertson looks to be on the outs as Miami's closer after he blew his second save in three chances in Saturday's loss to the Nationals. Robertson has blown three of seven save opportunities overall for the Marlins since he was acquired from the Mets in late July, while Scott has been far more reliable over the past month in his high-leverage spots. He has yet to allow a run in eight appearances in August and has struck out 12 while nabbing two wins and three holds and scattering four hits and two walks over 8.1 innings.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Suffers mild calf strain

    Scott left Friday's game against the Tigers with a mild right calf strain, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. The southpaw pitched two-thirds of an inning, getting charged with a run on two hits and a walk (JT Chargois allowed the inherited runner to score after Scott exited the game). Miami is downplaying the severity of the injury, but even a mild strain could threaten to push him to the injured list.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Are the reeling Marlins preparing to make a change at closer? Manager Skip Schmaker did give the incumbent A.J. Puk a vote of confidence over the weekend, but then the left-hander blew another save Sunday, raising his ERA to 4.45. It was at 2.88 to begin July. Meanwhile, fellow left-hander Tanner Scott, who has some closer experience himself, is plugging away in setup duty. In 30 appearances dating back to mid-May, he has a 1.47 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and 14.4 K/9. A change is hardly a foregone conclusion, but it wouldn't be surprising given Scott's success and Puk's struggles. In leagues where saves are scarce, you'll want to stash Scott away before his cost skyrockets.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Pushing for save chances

    Scott will remain in a high-leverage role for the Marlins after manager Skip Schumaker gave a vote of confidence to A.J. Puk as the team's closer Friday, Craig Mish of the Miami Herald reports. The southpaw relievers have been trending in opposite directions lately, as Puk has given up seven runs with two losses and two blown saves over his last five appearances, while Scott has a 0.00 ERA and 13:2 K:BB through seven innings in July. Nonetheless, Schumaker will stick with Puk in the ninth inning for now, but if his struggles continue, Scott appears to be the next man up for save chances.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Picks up win Sunday

    Scott (2-1) earned the win in Sunday's 4-3 victory over the Cubs. He allowed no runs on two hits over one inning. Scott worked around a pair of singles in the top of the eighth inning, coaxing a double-play ball from Nelson Velazquez to end the frame. Scott had a productive series against the Cubs, recording a win and a save over two scoreless innings. His ERA still sits at a subpar 5.25 with a 1.17 WHIP and 12:6 K:BB through 12 innings. The 28-year-old lefty was expected to share closing duties with A.J. Puk and Dylan Floro coming into the season, but he's fallen to a distant third on the depth chart. There's little reason to roster Scott at this point, outside of deeper holds leagues.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Collects first hold

    Scott struck out one in a perfect seventh inning Tuesday to record his first hold of the season in a win over the Giants. The southpaw appears to be behind both A.J. Puk and Dylan Floro for high-leverage opportunities in the Miami bullpen, but through seven appearances this season Scott now has a win, a save and a hold. He's also getting into a rhythm, reeling off four straight scoreless, no-hit outings with a 4:1 K:BB in 4.1 innings. The 28-year-old has been streaky throughout his career when it comes to maintaining his control, but while he's dialed in he'll have fantasy value in formats that value holds.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Picks up first save of season

    Scott picked up the save Saturday against the Diamondbacks. He struck out one batter over a perfect inning. Scott looks to be sharing closer duties with Dylan Floro and A.J. Puk, who typically pitch after him. Both Floro and Puk pitched Friday, which is why manager Skip Schumaker gave Scott the nod. The southpaw has now registered five straight scoreless appearances and currently sports a stingy 1.06 WHIP.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Perfect in spring debut

    Scott (biceps) struck out one over a perfect inning of relief in Friday's 7-2 win over the Nationals in Grapefruit League play. The 28-year-old southpaw made his spring debut over the weekend after a bout with left biceps discomfort prompted the Marlins to slow down his throwing progression earlier in camp. Scott looked plenty healthy in his outing against Washington, retiring the side with ease while generating two groundballs in addition to punching out a batter. Assuming he avoids any setbacks heading into Opening Day, Scott should be part of the Marlins' late-inning picture and could even find himself in the mix for saves, given that manager Skip Schumaker has yet to name a designated closer.
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  • Marlins' Tanner Scott: Throws live BP

    Scott (biceps) threw live batting practice Tuesday in Marlins camp, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. If he arrives back in camp Wednesday without any renewed discomfort, Scott should be cleared to make his Grapefruit League debut this Friday. He's been eased along so far at spring training because of minor discomfort in his left biceps, but it's looking like the 28-year-old high-leverage reliever is on track for Opening Day.
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