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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Earned Run Average
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Aug 5, 2022 4.0 6 6 4.20 1
Jul 30, 2022 4.1 6 6 4.10 4.5
Jul 14, 2022 6.2 6 6 4.10 2.5
Jul 9, 2022 6.0 6 5 4.00 19
Jul 4, 2022 4.0 6 5 4.29 -11

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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Saves
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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 1708.5 105.0 6 6 56 46 4.20 1.39
2021 2512.5 8.7 1 6 1 2.08 0.92
2020 100.512.6 39.0 3 2 31 15 2.77 1.00
3y Avg. 17812.7 74.0 7 3 0 58 34 3.16 1.32
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Lasts four innings Friday

    Hudson allowed three runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out two in four innings in a no-decision versus the Yankees on Friday. Manager Oli Marmol wasn't pleased with Hudson's tempo, and Katie Woo of The Athletic reports the right-hander's spot in the rotation could be at risk. Hudson threw 47 of 78 pitches for strikes, while Andre Pallante -- his potential replacement in the rotation -- also covered four innings on 65 pitches (37 strikes) to earn the win Friday. Hudson owns a 4.20 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 56:46 K:BB through 105 innings across 20 starts this year, but he's been worse with 15 runs allowed in 25 innings since the start of July. It's unclear whether the right-hander would move to the bullpen or get sent down to Triple-A Memphis if he loses his starting role. Either Hudson or Pallante figures to handle a difficult road start in Colorado next week.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Goes four innings in return

    Hudson didn't factor into the decision during Saturday's 7-6 loss to Washington, allowing two runs on four hits and two walks with one strikeout in 4.1 innings. Making his first start since July 14 due to a neck injury, Hudson kept the damage to a minimum, surrendering a Victor Robles solo home run in the third inning and putting one runner on in the fifth who came around to score after Hudson departed. The 27-year-old has averaged an improved two walks per game during four July starts, though he still ranks last by a wide margin among 62 qualified starters with a 1.23 K/BB. Hudson carries a 4.10 ERA and 1.36 WHIP into his next start, scheduled to come midweek against the Cubs.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Activated ahead of Saturday's start

    Hudson (neck) was officially activated ahead of Saturday's start against the Nationals, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. Hudson is capable of going deep into starts, but he has struck out more than four batters only once in nine starts since the beginning of June. He has a 4.85 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 28 strikeouts in 52 innings over that stretch.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Looks set to return Saturday

    The Cardinals list Hudson (neck) as their scheduled starting pitcher for Saturday's game in Washington. Hudson appears on track to make his return from the 15-day injured list in the minimum amount of time after he made a rehab start at Triple-A Memphis on Sunday. The right-hander struck out six over five innings and allowed one earned run on five hits and three walks while throwing 79 pitches (49 strikes). He should be able to handle a 90-plus-pitch workload Saturday, setting him up for a relatively normal start in his expected return from the IL this weekend.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Completes bullpen session

    Hudson (neck) threw a pain-free bullpen session Thursday, John Denton of MLB.com reports. Hudson's next step is likely to be a rehab assignment, though a date for that has yet to be announced. If all goes well, he could be activated for next weekend's series versus the Nationals. The Cardinals are expected to get by with a four-man rotation next week since they have both Monday and Thursday off.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Hits injured list with neck strain

    Hudson was placed on the 15-day injured list with a neck strain Friday. While Hudson won't be able to pitch for at least 15 days, it's possible he won't wind up missing a single game in which he would have appeared. He just started Thursday against the Dodgers, so he wasn't going to pitch in any of the last three games prior to the All-Star break. The Cardinals then have two off days in the first week after the break, so they won't need to carry five starters. Unless reports emerge that his neck strain is particularly serious, it's possible this move represents little more than a bit of clever roster management. Hudson will be eligible to return July 30. Zack Thompson was recalled to take his place on the roster.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Goes 6.2 innings in loss

    Hudson (6-6) took the loss against the Dodgers on Thursday, allowing four runs on six hits and one walk while striking out three batters over 6.2 innings. Hudson gave up only one run through five frames, but a Will Smith RBI double in the sixth inning and a Gavin Lux homer in the seventh sent him to the showers with a mediocre final line. Hudson notched only four swinging strikes in the contest, but he showed some improvement by avoiding issuing multiple walks for just the fifth time in 18 appearances. The right-hander's 4.10 ERA and 1.36 WHIP on the season aren't disastrous, but he's waiver-wire material in most mixed fantasy leagues due to a poor 4.9 K/9 and 3.9 BB/9.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Bounces back against Phillies

    Hudson allowed two hits and two walks while striking out four across six scoreless innings Saturday against the Phillies. He did not factor into the decision. Hudson entered Saturday's start having allowed 14 earned runs across his last 13.1 innings. However, he rebounded Saturday and followed an unfamiliar formula by recording 10 of his outs via the flyball. He also tallied at least four strikeouts in a start for the first time since June 7. Overall, Hudson has maintained a 4.00 ERA and a 50:41 K:BB across 90 innings on the season.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Surrenders six runs in loss

    Hudson (6-5) took the loss during Monday's 6-3 defeat at the hands of the Braves, allowing six runs on nine hits and three walks with two strikeouts in four innings. Hudson fell behind early and St. Louis was unable to rebound, as he permitted one run on two hits in the first inning and five runs on six baserunners in the second. The 27-year-old has seen his ERA rise after each of his last five starts -- increasing from 2.76 to 4.29 -- while also posting the worst K/BB of the 64 qualified starters at 1.18 thanks to 46 strikeouts and 39 free passes in 84 frames. Hudson will look to get back on track in his next start, which tentatively lines up for this weekend against Philadelphia.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Does enough for the win

    Hudson (6-4) gave up three earned runs on six hits and a walk while striking out three over five innings to earn the win in a 5-3 victory over the Marlins on Tuesday. Hudson gave up three runs in the third inning, but his offense bailed him out with a four-run tally in the bottom of the fifth to help him to his sixth win of the season. Hudson hasn't yet snapped fully back to form following Tommy John surgery, as he's only recorded 44 strikeouts over 80 innings and carries a pedestrian 1.35 WHIP. The most encouraging sign for the 27-year-old right-hander is that he's healthy and consistently making starts in a Cardinals rotation which has been hit with injuries to Steven Matz (shoulder), Jack Flaherty (shoulder) and Jordan Hicks (forearm). Look for him to take the mound Sunday at Philadelphia.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Sleeper pitchers for Week 13 (June 27-July 3)

    No one should ever be excited to start Hudson, who'll be of no help in strikeouts and possibly drag down your team's WHIP even at his best. But he excels at run prevention with an outlier ground-ball rate, which makes a quality start likely against the Marlins.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Struggles in loss

    Hudson (5-4) took the loss against Milwaukee on Thursday, allowing five runs on seven hits and three walks while striking out two batters in 4.1 innings. Home runs were responsible for most of the damage against Hudson in the loss, as a three-run shot by Tyrone Taylor in the fourth inning and a solo blast by Willy Adames in the fifth largely did him in. The right-hander was somewhat fortunate that things didn't get further out of hand, as Milwaukee failed to capitalize on a no-out, bases-loaded situation in the third frame. Hudson also continued to struggle with his control, issuing multiple walks for the 11th time in 14 outings this season. His 3.72 ERA isn't terrible, but fantasy managers should be wary of his 1.35 WHIP and 35 walks, which are third-most in the majors.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Works around control issues in win

    Hudson (5-3) earned the win over Boston on Saturday, pitching five innings and allowing two runs on four hits and five walks while striking out three. Hudson threw only 50 of 93 pitches for strikes and allowed a season-high five walks, but he limited the Red Sox to two runs to pick up the victory. The right-hander has issued multiple free passes in 10 of his 13 starts this season and has given up 32 walks overall (tied for third-most in the majors), but he has nonetheless managed to post a solid 3.31 ERA. Much of Hudson's success has been centered on his ability to keep the ball in the park -- he has surrendered only four long balls across 70.2 innings on the campaign.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Fades in loss

    Hudson (4-3) allowed six runs on nine hits, two walks and a hit batter with two strikeouts in seven innings, taking the loss Sunday versus the Reds. Hudson kept the Reds off the board until the fourth inning, where they rallied for three runs. Those came on a bases-loaded hit batter, a double play and a single. They added another run in the fifth inning and two more in the seventh, leaving Hudson to take his first loss since May 3 despite going seven frames for his third straight start. The right-hander now has a 3.29 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 36:27 K:BB across 65.2 innings in 12 starts. Next up for Hudson is a road start versus the Red Sox next weekend.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Excellent in no-decision

    Hudson allowed a run on two hits and a walk, striking out six in seven innings of a 4-2 loss Tuesday in Tampa Bay. He did not factor into the decision. Hudson mowed through the Cardinals' lineup through the first six innings, allowing just two baserunners. Manuel Margot doubled to begin the seventh and the Rays manufactured a run with a groundout and a sacrifice fly. It was the first time he struck out more than four batters in a game this season. The 27-year-old has an impressive 2.76 ERA despite a 34:25 K:BB in 58.2 innings.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Tosses 4.2 scoreless frames

    Hudson allowed five hits and four walks over 4.2 shutout innings in Friday's win over the Brewers. He struck out three and did not factor in the decision. Hudson wasn't very sharp but he navigated through his fourth scoreless outing of the season. He threw 97 pitches (56 strikes) and failed to complete five innings for the third time in his last four starts. The 27-year-old righty lowered his season ERA to 3.22 with a lackluster 25:23 K:BB through 44.2 innings. Hudson is expected to face the Padres at home next week.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Shaky outing in no-decision

    Hudson didn't factor into the decision after allowing four runs on five hits and two walks across 4.2 innings during Thursday's 7-6 loss to the Mets. He struck out two. Hudson struggled out of the gate, allowing two runs in the first, but he was able to settle down over the next three innings. However, the Mets offense got going again in the fifth, ultimately chasing Hudson before he could get out of the inning. His next start is tentatively scheduled for next Thursday against Milwaukee.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Throws five shutout innings for win

    Hudson (3-2) earned the win Saturday against the Giants after throwing five scoreless innings, striking out two and walking two while allowing five hits. As usual, Hudson didn't generate many whiffs, with the outing lowering his season strikeout rate to 13.5 percent, but a win and five scoreless frames still provide plenty of fantasy value. The righty didn't throw a single clean frame, but he avoided serious trouble throughout the night to drop his ERA to 3.06 through seven starts. He'll look to lower it again his next time out, which tentatively lines up for Thursday against the Mets.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Struggles in short outing

    Hudson allowed three runs on five hits and four walks over 4.2 innings in Sunday's loss to the Giants. He did not factor in the decision. All three runs that scored against Hudson came during the second inning, with most of the damage coming via LaMonte Wade's two-run homer. He failed to complete at least six innings for the first time since April 17 and saw his ERA climb to 3.56 with a lackluster 18:15 K:BB. Hudson is lined up for a rematch with the Giants at home next week.
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  • Cardinals' Dakota Hudson: Hurls six scoreless frames

    Hudson (2-1) earned the win over Arizona on Thursday, pitching six scoreless innings during which he allowed one hit and three walks while striking out four. Hudson's control was shaky in the outing, as he threw only 46 of 84 pitches for strikes. However, the right-hander made up for his three free passes by allowing only one hit and keeping the Diamondbacks off the scoreboard for six innings. This was Hudson's second straight impressive win, and he allowed just three hits with an 8:7 K:BB over 12.2 scoreless frames in those outings. The walks may catch up to him eventually, but for now Hudson is rolling, and he'll look to keep the momentum going when he faces Kansas City next week.
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