Recent Games

date ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
l
Losses
era
Earned Run Average
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Aug 10, 2022 7.0 9 3 3.52 19.5
Aug 4, 2022 6.1 9 3 3.49 10.5
Jul 29, 2022 6.1 9 3 3.55 26.5
Jul 23, 2022 6.0 8 3 3.73 26
Jul 15, 2022 5.2 7 3 3.93 6

Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
l
Losses
sv
Saves
so
Strikeouts
bb
Base on Balls (Walk)
era
Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 258.515.2 92.0 9 3 109 27 3.52 1.14
2021 485.516.2 179.3 9 10 211 43 2.56 0.96
2020 178.513.7 73.7 3 5 91 18 3.05 0.99
3y Avg. 33615.3 125.0 8 6 148 30 3.02 1.02
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98%
Roster
86%
Start
#8
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Fantasy News

  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Sharp in no-decision Wednesday

    Woodruff didn't factor into the decision Wednesday, giving up three runs on four hits over seven innings in a 4-3 extra-inning win over the Rays. He struck out five without walking a batter. Homers by Yu Chang and Randy Arozarena left Woodruff headed for his fourth loss of the season, but the Brewers were able to tie things up in the ninth and walk it off in the 10th. The right-hander wasn't his usual dominant self, but he fired an efficient 85 pitches (58 strikes) and didn't issue a walk for the first time in six starts. Woodruff will carry a 3.52 ERA and 109:27 K:BB through 92 innings on the year into his next outing.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Takes no-decision

    Woodruff did not factor into the decision Thursday, allowing three runs on eight hits and three walks over 6.1 innings in a 5-4 loss to the Pirates. He struck out three. Woodruff struggled with his command in the second inning, throwing a wild pitch to allow Greg Allen to advance to third before the baserunner ultimately scored on a passed ball by Victor Caratini. The right-hander settled down and recorded four scoreless frames before he allowed three of the first four hitters to reach in the seventh inning, including an RBI single by Tucupita Marcano. Woodruff was tagged with another earned run when Brad Boxberger allowed one of his inherited runners to score on a Ben Gamel single. Since a stint on the IL, Woodruff has posted a 2.18 ERA across seven starts (41.1 innings), but the ace has walked multiple batters in four of his last five outings.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Picks up ninth win

    Woodruff (9-3) earned the win Friday at Boston after allowing one run on four hits with nine strikeouts and two walks over 6.1 innings. Woodruff generated 19 swinging strikes on 101 total pitches, and he kept the Red Sox off the board besides besides giving up a run on back-to-back doubles during the sixth inning. The right-hander has been dominant in six starts since returning from the injured list in late June with a 4-0 record, 2.06 ERA, 1.03 WHIP and 48:11 K:BB across 35 frames.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Fans eight in victory

    Woodruff (8-3) earned the win over Colorado on Saturday, pitching six innings and allowing one run on four hits and one walk while striking out eight. Woodruff got off to a shaky start when he surrendered a run on two hits and a walk in the first inning, but the Rockies were unable to do much against him after that. The right-hander finished with an even 100 pitches -- 70 of which were strikes -- and induced 17 swings-and-misses. Woodruff has notched a quality start in three of his past four outings and missed by one out in the lone appearance during that stretch in which he's fallen short.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Takes no-decision

    Woodruff allowed two runs on five hits, five walks and a hit batsman while striking out four in 5.2 innings in a no-decision versus the Giants on Friday. Woodruff hit a batter for the first time since his first start of the season, and the five walks were a season high in this inefficient outing. He was still in line for the win when he exited, but Josh Hader's ninth-inning meltdown denied Woodruff a decision. The right-hander now has a 3.93 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 84:21 K:BB across 66.1 innings in 13 starts this year.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Strikes out nine in no-decision

    Woodruff registered a no-decision during Saturday's 4-3 loss to Pittsburgh, allowing three runs on four hits and three walks with nine strikeouts in six-plus innings. Woodruff was perfect through four innings and held Pittsburgh scoreless through six, but it fell apart in the seventh when he departed after surrendering three straight hits to lead off the inning. The three runs surrendered snapped a streak of five starts allowing two earned runs or fewer. The 29-year-old has a 4.01 ERA and 1.14 WHIP in 60.2 innings. Woodruff is scheduled to pitch again next weekend on the road in San Francisco.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Tosses six shutout frames

    Woodruff (7-3) allowed six hits over six scoreless innings Sunday, striking out eight and earning a win over Pittsburgh. Woodruff allowed just one extra-base hit in Sunday's dominant outing. After a month-long stint on the injured list, the 29-year-old righty has won his last two starts while posting an 18:0 K:BB and allowing just one run. On the year, he's sporting a 71:13 K:BB with a 3.95 ERA through 54.2 frames. Woodruff is lined up for a rematch against the Pirates at home next week.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Fans 10 in return

    Woodruff (6-3) earned the win Tuesday in Tampa Bay, striking out 10 in five innings while allowing a run on two hits. Woodruff (hand) was making his first start since going on the injured list May 30, and he was masterful in his return. The righty struck out seven of the first nine batters he faced and retired the Rays in order over the first three innings. Both hits he allowed came in the fourth inning, leading to Tampa Bay's lone run against him. After some struggles to begin the season, Woodruff appeared to have found his way in his last three starts before going on the IL, and Tuesday he picked up where he left off. He has allowed five runs over his last 20 innings while posting a 26:3 K:BB.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Comes off IL

    The Brewers reinstated Woodruff (hand) from the 15-day injured list prior to his scheduled start Tuesday at Tampa Bay. Woodruff was initially placed on the IL on May 30 with a high-ankle sprain, and though he quickly moved past that injury, his return date was pushed back when he was diagnosed June 10 with Raynaud's syndrome, a condition that caused numbness in three of the fingers on his pitching hand. The right-hander no longer seems to be exhibiting symptoms of the condition, as he was sharp during his second rehab start with High-A Wisconsin five days ago. He covered five innings in that outing and shouldn't have any major restrictions with his workload as he slots back into the Milwaukee rotation this week.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Set to start Tuesday

    Woodruff (hand) is listed as Milwaukee's probable starter for Tuesday's game at Tampa Bay, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports. The 29-year-old declared himself ready to return after throwing 74 pitches over five innings during a minor-league rehab start Thursday, and he'll pitch Tuesday to remain on a five-day schedule. Woodruff is likely to face some minor workload limitations after being sidelined for the past month, but he should have a decent chance of pitching deep enough to qualify for a potential victory.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Ready for return

    Woodruff (hand) threw 74 pitches and allowed one run across five innings in a rehab start with High-A Wisconsin on Thursday, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports. After the game, Woodruff stated, "I'm fully ready to go. I'm not sure where they're [the Brewers] are going to try to line me up but hopefully the next series. Fully ready." Woodruff has been sidelined since May 30 and will have missed nearly a full month of action. While the team hasn't made its plans for Woodruff official, he'll likely start at some point during the team's upcoming series against the Rays, which begins Tuesday.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Making second rehab start this week

    Woodruff (hand) said he expects to make his second rehab start with High-A Wisconsin on Thursday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. After striking out seven in 2.2 innings (51 pitches) in his first rehab outing for Triple-A Nashville over the weekend, Woodruff might have been a candidate to return from the 15-day injured list this week to start for Milwaukee while on a restricted pitch count, but the organization will instead let him get fully stretched out in the minors. Assuming he's able to increase his pitch count Thursday while escaping the rehab start setback-free, Woodruff should rejoin the big-league rotation for next week's series in Tampa Bay. Woodruff was initially placed on the 15-day injured list May 30 due to a sprained ankle, but he's since fully healed from that injury and is now working his way back from a case of hand numbness related to a condition called Raynaud's syndrome.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: K machine in rehab start

    Woodruff (Raynaud's syndrome) struck out seven of the eight batters he retired in 2.2 innings for Triple-A Nashville on Saturday. He threw 51 pitches (37 strikes). Woodruff is expected to fly to Wisconsin on Sunday and then make one more rehab start for High-A Wisconsin before joining the rotation. If this schedule holds, he could return around June 29 in Tampa Bay.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: May need two rehab starts

    Woodruff (Raynaud's syndrome) could make one more rehab start next week for High-A Wisconsin before rejoining the big-league rotation, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. First, Woodruff will start Saturday for Triple-A Nashville, and if that goes well, he will fly back to Milwaukee on Sunday and potentially make one more rehab start for the nearby affiliate. A return to the big-league rotation following Saturday's rehab start hasn't been officially ruled out, but it's seeming like Woodruff is tracking toward a return at the end of the month either in Tampa Bay on June 29 or in Pittsburgh on June 30.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Rehab start on tap

    Woodruff (hand) will make a rehab start Saturday at Triple-A Nashville, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The right-hander has been cleared to return to game action after throwing a 40-pitch bullpen session Tuesday. Woodruff has been on the injured list since May 30, and it's possible that he'll be able to rejoin the Brewers following a single rehab start.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Trending in right direction

    Woodruff (Raynaud's syndrome) was able to throw a few breaking balls during a 40-pitch bullpen session in New York on Tuesday, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports. He said it was "a big step" to be able to throw all of his pitches, as the offspeed pitches had been the ones he had struggled with due to the hand numbness associated with Raynaud's syndrome. Woodruff said he has been on medicine for about a week and that he has noticed daily improvement with how he has been able to grip the ball, per Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Woodruff also added that warm weather helps, so things could keep trending up from here.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Dealing with hand numbness

    Woodruff (ankle) is experiencing symptoms of Raynaud's syndrome, including numbness in the middle three fingers of his right hand, and doesn't have a timeline for his return from the 15-day injured list, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports. The 29-year-old is fully recovered from the ankle sprain that sent him to the injured list in late May, but he's now contending with a more serious issue to his throwing hand. The major problems occur when Woodruff attempts to throw his slider and curveball, so he's scheduled to throw fastballs and changeups off the mound Saturday, per Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The right-hander has shown some improvement since recently starting a treatment program, but it's unclear when he may be able to rejoin Milwaukee's starting rotation.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Resumes mound work

    Woodruff (ankle) resumed throwing off a mound Thursday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Woodruff said last week that he hoped to return from the injured list following a relatively minimal absence, and Thursday's throwing session marked the first time he threw off a mound since sustaining his ankle injury May 27. It's possible the right-hander will need additional time to ramp up his workload, but it seems unlikely he'll require a significant absence. Even if Woodruff isn't able to return when he's first eligible Sunday, he'll presumably be in the mix to return to game action sometime next week.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Hopeful for minimal IL stay

    Woodruff (ankle) played catch Thursday and maintains hope he'll be ready to return from the 15-day injured list when first eligible June 12 or shortly thereafter, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Woodruff noted that his sprained right ankle felt better Thursday than it had at any point since he suffered the injury May 27. So long as the swelling in his ankle continues to subside as he starts the ramp-up process, Woodruff should have a good chance at meeting his goal of returning from the IL in expedient fashion. Jason Alexander entered the rotation Wednesday as a replacement for Woodruff and should get at least one more turn through the rotation after delivering a quality start in his MLB debut.
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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Placed on injured list

    Woodruff landed on the 15-day injured list Monday with a high ankle sprain, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Woodruff left his start Friday against the Cardinals with what was previously called right ankle discomfort. Prior reports suggested he could be ready to return for his next start, which was scheduled for Wednesday against the Cubs, but he'll wind up missing at least two turns in the rotation and potentially more, with the Brewers yet to set a target date for his return. The team will have to dip into its depth options to cover for Woodruff, as Aaron Ashby has already joined the rotation in place of Freddy Peralta (lat) and Ethan Small is starting the first game of Monday's doubleheader against the Cubs.
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