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date ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
l
Losses
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Earned Run Average
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Sep 23, 2022 2.2 10 7 3.96 -0.5
Sep 7, 2022 2.2 10 7 3.91 -9
Sep 2, 2022 6.2 10 6 3.54 12.5
Aug 28, 2022 5.0 10 5 3.58 10
Aug 22, 2022 5.0 9 5 3.44 16

Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
sv
Saves
so
Strikeouts
bb
Base on Balls (Walk)
era
Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 328.512.2 147.7 10 7 141 55 3.96 1.28
2021 283.511.8 118.7 7 5 117 41 3.19 1.14
2020 -15-3.8 11.0 2 12 9 13.09 2.36
3y Avg. 175.59.2 93.0 5 6 89 34 4.26 1.33
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Yields two in short outing

    Lauer allowed two runs on five hits and three walks over 2.2 innings against Cincinnati on Friday. He struck out three and did not factor in the decision. Lauer threw 36 of 66 pitches for strikes in his return from the injured list Friday. The Brewers got the win but he failed to make it through the third inning for the second straight outing. Lauer's season ERA now sits at 3.96 with a 141:55 K:BB through 27 starts. He should be able to go further in his next start, which is expected to come at home against Miami next week.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Activated prior to start

    Lauer (elbow) was reinstated from the 15-day injured list prior to Friday's start against the Reds. Although Lauer is back in action after spending the minimum of 15 days on the injured list, he's expected to be on a pitch count during Friday's start. The southpaw struggled during his final start prior to landing on the IL, allowing seven runs on six hits and a walk while striking out four in 2.2 innings at Coors Field on Sept. 7.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Starting Friday vs. Reds

    Lauer (elbow) will start Friday against the Reds, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Friday is the first day Lauer is eligible to return, so it sounds like he is doing quite well physically. He is throwing a second bullpen session Tuesday in preparation for his first start since Sept. 7. While he will only miss a little more than two weeks, Lauer may not be ready to go deep enough to qualify for the win.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Could return Friday

    Lauer (elbow) is a candidate to make a short start Friday against the Reds, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. The Brewers have yet to confirm their pitching plans for later in the week, but McCalvy notes that Lauer could be activated when first eligible Friday. This would give the southpaw a chance to ease back into action while having Jason Alexander available to serve as the primary pitcher if needed. Lauer has been on the 15-day injured list since Sept. 10 due to left elbow inflammation.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Throws bullpen Saturday

    Lauer (elbow) threw approximately 30 pitches during a bullpen session Saturday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Lauer threw off flat ground Wednesday and was cleared for mound work a few days later. The southpaw is eligible to return from the injured list as early as Sept. 23, and manager Craig Counsell said Saturday that he expects Lauer to be back in action prior to the end of the regular season.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Back to throwing

    Lauer (elbow) threw on flat ground Wednesday, and manager Craig Counsell said the session was "very positive," Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The left-hander landed on the shelf with elbow inflammation over the weekend, and it's an encouraging sign he's throwing only a few days later. Lauer is eligible to be activated from the 15-day IL on Sept. 23, and it's possible he's available at that point or shortly thereafter based on his early recovery progress.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Lands on injured list

    Lauer was placed on the 15-day injured list with left elbow inflammation Saturday. The injury forced Lauer to exit his previous start Wednesday against the Rockies after giving up seven runs and recording just eight outs. He received "very encouraging" MRI results the next day according to manager Craig Counsell, but he'll nonetheless miss at least his next two turns in the rotation. Whether or not he has a chance to return when first eligible Sep. 23 remains to be seen. Trevor Kelley was recalled to take his place on the roster.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Encouraging MRI results

    Lauer (elbow) had "very encouraging" MRI results Thursday, according to manager Craig Counsell, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. He'll have more tests Friday after consulting with a doctor. It sounds like he could rejoin the Brewers' rotation in relatively short order, as he was never placed on the injured list. The Brewers' rotation is quite shorthanded, with Freddy Peralta (shoulder) back on the IL and Aaron Ashby (shoulder) also sidelined.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Managing elbow strain

    Lauer (10-7), who took the loss Wednesday against the Rockies, was diagnosed with a left elbow strain and will miss at least one start, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The left-hander surrendered seven runs over 2.2 frames, and it was the first outing this season that he didn't last at least four innings. Lauer's next turn through the rotation lined up for Tuesday in St. Louis, but it appears he'll be skipped for at least one turn. More information on the 27-year-old's injury should be available in the coming days as he continues to be evaluated.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Exits with left elbow tightness

    Lauer was removed from Wednesday's start against the Rockies due to left elbow tightness, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Lauer struggled early in Wednesday's outing, giving up seven runs on six hits and a walk while striking out four in 2.2 innings prior to begin replaced in the bottom of the third inning. It's possible that the southpaw's injury contributed to his struggles, and he'll likely undergo further testing to determine the extent of the issue. Whether he's cleared to make his next turn through the rotation remains to be seen.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Charged with sixth loss

    Lauer (10-6) allowed two runs on six hits and no walks while striking out five in 6.2 innings to take the loss Friday against the Diamondbacks. Lauer bounced back with a quality start Friday after he gave up four runs in five innings during his last outing, but he was unable to pick up the win since the Brewers' offense scored just one run against Arizona. The southpaw has now posted four quality starts over his last six appearances, but he's been charged with losses during three of those quality starts. He tentatively lines up to make his next start against the Rockies at hitter-friendly Coors Field on Wednesday.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Tallies win in poor showing

    Lauer (10-5) gave up four earned runs on six hits and four walks while striking out one batter over five innings to earn the win in a 9-7 victory over the Cubs on Sunday. Lauer did enough to tally his 10th win of the season, but it was not his finest effort. He needed 101 pitches to get through five innings and issued four free passes, which belabored his pitch count and got him into some trouble early on. Lauer's ERA rose to 3.58 after the game. He has now issued 51 walks in 135.2 innings this season, which is substantially weaker than the major-league average. The 27-year-old left-hander will look to show better control in his next expected time out at Arizona.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Tosses five scoreless frames

    Lauer (9-5) earned the win over the Dodgers on Monday, allowing five hits and two walks while striking out two batters over five innings. The Dodgers made Lauer work in the contest -- they fouled off 24 of his pitches, and the left-hander had to depart after five innings as a result of throwing 98 pitches. However, Lauer came out on top, as he didn't allow any extra-base hits and kept Los Angeles off the scoreboard for five frames. Though his streak of three straight quality starts came to an end, the veteran hurler ended a two-game losing streak and tossed his first scoreless outing since May 20. Lauer has already established a career high with nine wins on the campaign, and he has a very good chance of surpassing the career-high mark of 149.2 innings he set in 2019 with San Diego.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Fades late in loss

    Lauer (8-5) took the loss against the Dodgers on Wednesday, allowing two runs on four hits and three walks while striking out seven batters over seven innings. Lauer allowed only one hit and didn't give up a run through five innings, but Austin Barnes and Max Muncy tagged him for solo homers in the sixth and seventh frames, respectively. That was enough to send the left-hander to his second straight loss despite the fact that he logged his third consecutive quality start. The fact that Lauer was done in by the long ball reflects his season as a whole -- he's posted a solid 3.58 ERA and 1.20 WHIP but has allowed 24 home runs, third most in the majors.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Yields two homers in loss

    Lauer (8-4) took the loss Friday versus the Cardinals, allowing three runs on five hits and two walks while striking out five in six innings. Lauer didn't give up a lot, but he was tagged for home runs by Paul Goldschmidt in the first inning and Nolan Arenado in the sixth to account for all of the runs on his line. This marked the first time Lauer's logged consecutive quality starts since a four-start streak from April 18 to May 6. The southpaw owns a 3.64 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 116:42 K:BB through 118.2 innings across 21 outings this season. He's projected for a difficult home start versus the Dodgers next week.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Sharp in eighth win

    Lauer (8-3) allowed a run on six hits and three walks while striking out four over seven innings, earning the win Friday over the Reds. Lauer threw 68 of 100 pitches for strikes and limited the damage to a Kyle Farmer RBI single in the fifth inning. Lauer has allowed exactly one run in four of his last six starts, though he has only two wins to go with four no-decisions in that span. The southpaw continues to show improvement after a rough June, and his ERA is down to 3.59 with a 1.22 WHIP and 111:40 K:BB through 112.2 innings across 20 starts this year. He's lined up for an NL Central showdown against the Cardinals in St. Louis next week.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Picks up seventh win

    Lauer (7-3) earned the win over Boston on Saturday, pitching five innings and allowing one run on four hits and three walks while striking out four batters. Lauer wasn't at his most efficient in the outing -- he needed 94 pitches to complete five frames and walked three batters for his third straight game -- but he stuck around just long enough to earn his first victory since mid-June. The lefty hurler's success was partly due to keeping the ball in the park for the first time in his past five starts. Lauer has been effective as a mid-rotation starter for the Brewers, complementing his seven wins with a 3.75 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 107:37 K:BB across 105.2 innings.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Ineffective in no-decision

    Lauer allowed four runs on six hits and three walks, striking out three in 4.1 innings of a 10-9 win Sunday over Colorado. He did not factor into the decision. Lauer managed to hold Colorado to two runs through the first four innings but couldn't make it through the fifth after Kris Bryant smashed a two-run homer with one out. It was the 20th homer the lefty has allowed in 100.2 innings this season, 12 of which have come in his last 44 innings of work. He's managed to compile a 3.84 ERA, but peripheral stats suggest that he's been fairly lucky in his 18 starts. He'll need to figure out a way to keep the ball in the ballpark over the last two months of the season to maintain decent production. His next start will likely be next weekend in Boston.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Goes seven innings in no-decision

    Lauer allowed a run on two hits and three walks while striking out four over seven innings in a no-decision versus the Giants on Saturday. Lauer limited the damage to a Darin Ruf solo home run in the sixth inning, though the Giants scraped together another run against the Brewers' bullpen in the eighth. This was the third time this season Lauer's managed to complete seven frames. He's given up eight runs (seven earned) in 22.1 innings across his last four starts, trimming his ERA from 3.89 prior to that stretch to 3.64 at the end of the first half of the season. The southpaw has added a 1.16 WHIP and 100:31 K:BB in 96.1 innings across 17 starts.
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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Fans seven in no-decision

    Lauer allowed three runs (two earned) on six hits and a walk, striking out seven in five innings in an 8-6 loss Sunday against Pittsburgh. He did not factor into the decision. Lauer gave up a run in the second, fourth and fifth innings. The Pirates had runners in scoring position in each of the first three innings, leading to two runs. The final run against the lefty came on a solo blast by Ke'Bryan Hayes with two outs in the fifth. Lauer has allowed 10 homers in his last 32.2 innings spanning six starts, and his 18 homers allowed on the season is the second-most in the National League. He'll likely take the mound one more time before the All-Star break when the Brewers face the Giants this weekend in San Francisco.
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