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May 1, 2024 0 0 0.68 0 1
Apr 29, 2024 0 0 0.00 0 4
Apr 25, 2024 0 0 0.00 0 2
Apr 24, 2024 0 0 0.00 0 3.5
Apr 19, 2024 0 0 0.00 0 2.5

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Brock Stewart experienced a major uptick in velocity compared to the last time he pitched in the majors. Between 2016 and 2019, the right-hander sat between 91-and-93 miles per hour on his 4-seam fastball. Last year, he averaged a whopping 97.2 mph on the pitch and the added velocity worked wonders for the 32-year-old. Stewart's 51.1% whiff rate on his fastball was 2nd-highest in the league for that pitch type. He also struck out 35.8% of the batters he faced, which was a remarkable improvement over his previous career-high (19.8%). Unfortunately, he only topped out at 27.2 innings, as elbow tendinitis forced him to miss several months. While his 0.65 ERA and 1.08 WHIP are appealing for his 2024 prospects, don't forget to bake in some injury risk. Stewart underwent Tommy John surgery in 2021 and elbow issues resurfaced last year.

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2024 33.52.6 13.3 17 6 0.68 1.05
2023 90.53.2 27.7 2 1 39 11 0.65 1.08
2019 38.53 25.7 4 19 8 9.82 1.75
3y Avg. 90.53.2 27.7 2 1 39 11 0.65 1.08
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Slated for rehab assignment

    Stewart (shoulder) will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A St. Paul on Tuesday, Darren Wolfson of Channel 5 Saint Paul reports. Stewart has been on the shelf since early May with right shoulder tendinitis but is ready to test himself in a game setting after getting through several throwing sessions without any hiccups. With a 0.66 ERA and 34.8 percent strikeout rate over 41 career innings with the Twins, Stewart will be a big boost to the bullpen once he returns, which should happen at the start of the second half.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Throws live bullpen session

    Stewart (shoulder) threw 20 pitches to live hitters before Friday night's game, Bobby Nightengale of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. The right-hander has been on the shelf with shoulder tendinitis since early May. He's had several bullpen sessions in the past few weeks, and the advancement to live hitters could be an indication he's ready for a rehab assignment. However, no schedule for the next step of his comeback has been announced.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Shifts to 60-day IL

    The Twins transferred Stewart (shoulder) to the 60-day injured list Wednesday. The right-hander has been on the shelf with shoulder tendinitis since early May, so the move to the 60-day IL won't affect his return timeline. Stewart has progressed to facing live batters this week and could soon begin a rehab assignment.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Facing hitters this week

    Stewart (shoulder) will throw two live batting practice sessions this week, Bobby Nightengale of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. If he comes out of them with no concerns, a rehab assignment could be next. Stewart has been out with right shoulder tendinitis since early May but looks to be tracking toward a return around the All-Star break.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Throws bullpen session

    Stewart (shoulder) threw a bullpen session Sunday and is scheduled to throw again Wednesday and Saturday, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. The right-hander landed on the injured list with shoulder tendinitis in early May and received a PRP injection a few weeks later. If all goes well, Stewart could progress to a simulated game early next week. It's possible he could return in early July before the All-Star break, but his recovery has moved at a slow pace.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Throws off mound

    Stewart (shoulder) threw five pitches off the mound Wednesday, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports. Stewart threw off the bump for the first time since he went down with right shoulder tendinitis more than a month ago. He'll need to continue going through a ramp-up progression and will likely require at least a rehab appearance or two before returning from the 15-day injured list and slotting back into a setup role for the Twins.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Playing catch

    Stewart (shoulder) has been playing catch from 90 feet and is scheduled to throw from 120 feet Wednesday, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports. The right-hander landed on the injured list with shoulder tendinitis in early May and received a PRP injection a couple weeks later, but his recovery progress over the past month has been slow. Stewart will need to resume mound work before a rehab assignment is considered, and he's likely at least a couple weeks away from rejoining the Twins.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Gets PRP injection for shoulder

    Twins athletic trainer Nick Paparesta said Tuesday that Stewart didn't resume throwing this past weekend as anticipated and has since received a platelet-rich plasma injection for his right shoulder, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports. "We have to get his arm strength where it needs to be," Paparesta said of Stewart. "We have to get his range of motion where it needs to be ... But we hope to see him throwing here in the short term." Paparesta admitted that he might have initially been overzealous with his prediction that Stewart would start throwing again last weekend, but the right-hander doesn't seem to have suffered any major setback in his recovery from tendinitis. Once the injection takes full effect within the next few days, Stewart could start playing catch before gradually advancing to throwing off a mound and facing hitters. When he returns from the 15-day injured list, Stewart will be a key part of the bridge to closer Jhoan Duran.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Scoreless streak continues

    Stewart allowed one hit and one walk while striking out two over a scoreless inning to earn a hold in Thursday's 6-3 victory over the White Sox. The right-hander has thrown 11.1 scoreless innings to begin the season with a 15:6 K:BB ratio. He hasn't finished any games or had any save chances with Jhoan Duran (oblique) sidelined, as Stewart has been used primarily in the eighth inning. However, he's amassed six holds.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Could get closing chances early on

    Stewart and Griffin Jax are viewed as the most likely candidates to handle save situations for the Twins in the first few weeks of the season after president of baseball operations Derek Falvey announced Monday that Jhoan Duran (oblique) will begin the campaign on the injured list, Bobby Nightengale of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Falvey didn't comment specifically on the Twins' plans at closer sans Duran, but Stewart and Jax represent the team's top-performing bullpen arms from 2023 that were retained heading into 2024. Though he spent considerable time on the shelf while tending to a sore elbow, Stewart was dominant when he was available last season, pitching to an 0.65 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 39:11 K:BB in 27.2 innings. Jax's numbers (3.86 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 68:19 K:BB in 65.1 innings) weren't quite as impressive in comparison, but he has multiple seasons under his belt as a reliable relief arm for Minnesota in addition to possessing a much stronger track record on the health front. That might be enough to give Jax the early edge on save chances over Stewart, who still profiles as a decent late-round dart in mixed leagues and AL-only leagues in any case.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Back from injured list

    Stewart (elbow) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list Tuesday, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.comreports. The right-hander has been sidelined by elbow tendinitis since late June but is ready to rejoin the Twins for home stretch of the regular season. Stewart posted a 0.70 ERA, 1.01 WHIP and 35:11 K:BB across 25.2 innings prior to the injury, but he may need to pitch well in his appearances this week in order to crack Minnesota's playoff roster.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Advances to mound work

    Stewart (elbow) threw a 15-pitch bullpen session Friday, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports. The activity marked Stewart's first time throwing off a mound since he suffered a setback with his injured right elbow in late July. Stewart been on the shelf since late June with what was originally diagnosed as elbow tendinitis. He's aiming to return around Sept. 10.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Expands throwing distance

    Stewart (elbow) has been throwing off flat ground from 90 feet as of Tuesday, MLB.com reports. Slowly but surely, Stewart is increasing his throwing distance as he works his way back from right elbow soreness. Twins head athletic trainer Nick Paparesta said that Stewart could be cleared to begin throwing bullpen sessions by late August, which would keep hope alive for a September return from the 60-day injured list.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Completes side session

    Stewart (elbow) threw a 15-pitch bullpen session Wednesday, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports. Stewart said afterward that his elbow didn't bother him during the workout, so he'll plan to throw another bullpen session Saturday before the Twins determine his next steps. The right-hander remains without a definitive target date for his return from the 15-day injured list, but he appears to progressing well in his recovery.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Throwing only long toss

    Stewart (elbow) has been playing catch from up to 90 feet without issues and hopes to be back in "several weeks" after building up his throwing progression, MLB.com reports. A report on July 7 said Steward would be ready soon after the All-Star break, but it sounds like he's still weeks away since he's throwing only long toss. Stewart went on the injured list June 27 with right elbow tendinitis.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Expected back soon

    Stewart (elbow) is expected back soon after the All-Star break, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports. Stewart went on the injured list last week with right elbow tendinitis and it sounds like he could have a minimum 15-day absence, or close to it. He's been a revelation out of the Twins' bullpen this season, posting a 0.70 ERA and 35:11 K:BB over 25.2 innings of work.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Elbow exam confirms tendinitis

    An exam on Stewart's injured right elbow confirmed he has tendinitis, the Associated Press reports. "Everything I think came out just as we thought it would," manager Rocco Baldelli told the Minneapolis Star Tribune on Wednesday. Stewart was placed on the 15-day injured list Tuesday with right elbow soreness. While it sounds like he's avoided a worse-case scenario, there's still not a timetable for his return. Still, it sounds like he has a chance to return in mid-July.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Officially added to roster

    The Twins selected Stewart's contract from Triple-A St. Paul on Tuesday, Aaron Gleeman of The Athletic reports. Stewart will be heading back to the majors for the first time since 2019 after he missed time and then struggled to return to form following Tommy John surgery. He's experienced a velocity uptick in 2023 with St. Paul and has fanned 17 while walking just two over 8.2 frames.
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  • Twins' Brock Stewart: Expected to be promoted

    Stewart will be called up from Triple-A St. Paul by the Twins prior to Tuesday's game versus the Yankees, Steve Adams of MLBTradeRumors.com reports. Stewart, 31, hasn't pitched in the majors since 2019, having toiled in independent ball and undergoing Tommy John surgery since that point. He's regained his pre-op stuff and then some, though, striking out 17 of 35 batters faced at St. Paul while sitting in the upper-90s with his fastball, per Adams.
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