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Sep 25, 2022 4 0 2.44 0 2
Sep 21, 2022 4 0 2.49 0
Sep 18, 2022 4 0 2.53 0 8.5
Sep 15, 2022 4 0 2.70 0 3
Sep 13, 2022 4 0 2.82 0 3

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2022 1084.5 44.3 4 22 11 2.44 1.15
2021 1003.8 67.7 3 4 50 25 3.99 1.34
2020 403.3 21.0 1 16 5 5.57 1.19
3y Avg. 69.53.7 44.3 2 2 33 15 4.47 1.31
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Picks up fourth win

    Woodford (4-0) allowed two hits in a scoreless inning and earned the win Wednesday over the Nationals. Woodford pitched the top of the ninth inning with the Cardinals down by four runs, only for them to rally for five runs in a walkoff win. Since rejoining the major-league roster in August, Woodford has allowed just one earned run on 11 hits and a walk over 14.2 innings spanning seven appearances. Three of his four wins on the year have come in that span, and he's lowered his ERA to 2.04 with a 1.08 WHIP and 17:9 K:BB through 35.1 innings overall. He's still more of a multi-inning option and is unlikely to see many high-leverage looks.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Coasts to win in Game 2

    Woodford (3-0) earned the win after he pitched 5.1 innings, giving up one run on four hits and a walk while striking out one in the Cardinals' victory in Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader with the Cubs. Woodford tossed five scoreless frames before running into trouble in the bottom of the sixth. Nick Madrigal drew a walk to open the inning before Rafael Ortega drove him in on a double. The start was Woodford's first of the season and he has now given up one run over his last 10 major-league innings. He now owns a 2.48 ERA and 1.14 WHIP with 14 punchouts over 29 frames in 14 appearances with the Cardinals this year.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Starting Game 2 of twin bill

    Woodford will start Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Cubs, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Woodford figures to serve as an opener in this one, as he hasn't pitched more than 1.2 innings since June 4 against the Cubs. The right-hander owns a 2.66 ERA and 1.18 WHIP with a 13:8 K:BB across 23.2 innings so far this season.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Credited with win

    Woodford (2-0) allowed a hit in 1.1 scoreless innings to earn the win Sunday over the Diamondbacks. Woodford got the last two outs in the sixth inning and the first two in the seventh, with the Cardinals pulling ahead in the seventh on a two-run Nolan Arenado single. This was just the second appearance Woodford's made since he was called up Aug. 11, and he's covered three scoreless frames in that span. The right-hander has a 2.66 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 13:8 K:BB through 23.2 innings in the majors this season as a multi-inning relief option.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Moves up from Triple-A

    The Cardinals recalled Woodford from Triple-A Memphis on Wednesday. St. Louis will bring Woodford aboard as a replacement in the bullpen for the struggling T.J. McFarland, who was designated for assignment in a corresponding transaction. Woodford has been a full-time starter at Memphis this season, so he'll be stretched out enough to serve as a multi-inning relief option while he's with the big club.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Optioned to Triple-A

    Woodford was optioned to Triple-A Memphis on Saturday. Woodford spent nearly a week in the Cardinals' bullpen and tossed 1.2 scoreless innings over two appearances during his stint with the major-league club. However, he'll head back to the minors after Jordan Hicks (forearm) was reinstated from the 15-day injured list.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Recalled by Cardinals

    Woodford was recalled from Triple-A Memphis on Saturday. Woodford was sent to Memphis on June 6, and he posted a 4.38 ERA and 1.62 WHIP in 12.1 innings over three minor-league appearances since then. The right-hander should provide length out of the Cardinals' bullpen after Genesis Cabrera (undisclosed) was placed on the injured list Saturday.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Moves back to minors

    The Cardinals optioned Woodford to Triple-A Memphis on Saturday. Woodford moved back to the minors after he was up with the Cardinals as the 27th man for Friday's doubleheader with the Cubs. He worked in long relief of starter Johan Oviedo in the Cardinals' 6-1 loss in Game 1, covering three innings while allowing three earned runs on five hits and one walk.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Called up as 27th man

    Woodford was recalled from Triple-A Memphis to serve as the 27th man in Saturday's doubleheader against the Cubs. Woodford has made eight relief appearances for the Cardinals this year, and he's posted a 2.25 ERA and 1.19 WHIP in 16 innings. He was in the mix to start one of the two games during Saturday's twin bill but will be available out of the bullpen since Johan Oviedo is starting the matinee while Andre Pallante takes the mound in the second game.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Optioned to Triple-A

    Woodford was optioned to Triple-A Memphis on Monday, John Denton of MLB.com reports. In a move to open a roster spot for Monday's starter Packy Naughton, Woodford was returned to Triple-A on Monday. The right-hander was originally in the mix to start Monday's contest, but after he pitched three innings of one-run ball out of the bullpen Saturday versus the Brewers he was no longer in a position to toe the rubber against the Padres. He'll remain a favorite for a call up moving forward, potentially returning for Saturday's doubleheader against the Cubs.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Won't start Monday

    Woodford won't start Monday against the Padres after he pitched out of the bullpen during Saturday's game against the Brewers, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Woodford was in the mix to serve as the starter during Monday's series opener against San Diego, but he threw 39 pitches (29 strikes) over three innings Saturday. While the right-hander was effective against Milwaukee and picked up his first hold of the season, he'll no longer draw the start Monday. The Cardinals haven't yet announced a starter for Monday's matchup, but Packy Naughton seems like a strong candidate to take the mound, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Rejoins major-league club

    Woodford was recalled from Triple-A Memphis on Thursday. Woodford has been in the minors the past 10 days but will return to St. Louis with Jordan Hicks (forearm) headed to the injured list. According to Katie Woo of The Athletic, he will initially be available out of the bullpen but should be in the mix to fill Hicks' spot in the rotation early next week. Woodford has appeared in seven big-league games this season and has a 2.08 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 9:6 K:BB across 13 innings.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Optioned to minors

    Woodford was optioned to Triple-A Memphis on Sunday, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. The 25-year-old has a 2.08 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 9:6 K:BB over 13 innings this year but will head to the minors with Adam Wainwright (illness) returning from the COVID-19 injured list Sunday. Woodford also had a 3.99 ERA across 67.2 innings for the Cardinals in 2021, so it's only a matter of time before he rejoins the big-league club.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Effective in longest appearance

    Woodford allowed an unearned run on two hits and a walk with two strikeouts in 3.1 innings in Saturday's 13-7 loss to the Giants. Woodford was again called upon for a multi-inning assignment after Steven Matz yielded eight runs in two innings. Woodford proceeded to turn in a quality relief appearance. The right-hander continues to see mostly mop-up duty, but he's pitched to a 2.25 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 8:4 K:BB across 12 innings in his six appearances.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Picks up win

    Woodford (1-0) earned the win Wednesday versus the Mets, allowing one run on three hits while striking out two in two innings. Starter Steven Matz was tagged for four runs in four innings, so he wasn't eligible for the win despite leaving with a lead. Woodford covered the fifth and sixth innings before giving way to Genesis Cabrera after a leadoff single in the seventh. That runner came around to score, accounting for the first run charged to Woodford across six innings this season. He's also given up five hits with a 6:2 K:BB in his three outings as a multi-inning reliever.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Solid in season debut

    Woodford allowed two hits and a walk while striking out three in three scoreless innings in Sunday's 9-4 loss to the Pirates. Woodford was in contention for the fifth spot in the starting rotation right to the end of spring training, but Jordan Hicks ultimately won the job. Woodford's first turn as a long reliever this season was strong after Steven Matz (finger) was hit hard in three innings and developed a blister. The 25-year-old Woodford will continue to operate out of the bullpen, where he'll give the Cardinals a multi-inning option. That will limit his fantasy appeal, as his groundball style doesn't lead to enough strikeouts to make up for his lack of a starting role.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Headed to bullpen

    Woodford is slated to open the season as a member of St. Louis' bullpen, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. Woodford and Drew VerHagen were both in contention for the fifth starter's role, but the two will instead head to the bullpen as multi-inning options after manager Oliver Marmol announced Wednesday that Jordan Hicks secured the final opening in the rotation. Hicks has been slowly building up his pitch count during spring and isn't likely to work deep into his first start Tuesday against the Royals, so Woodford could be called upon to piggyback him in that outing, if needed. Beyond that game, however, Hicks is expected to be deployed as a traditional starter, so forecasting when Woodford might be used out of the bullpen could be a difficult endeavor.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Competing for rotation spot

    Woodford will compete to be the Cardinals' fifth starter, Katie Woo of The Athletic reports. Woodford and Drew VerHagen appear to have the inside edge for the fifth spot in the rotation after news broke of Jack Flaherty (shoulder) being unavailable for Opening Day. In his second major-league season, Woodford started in eight of his 26 appearances. He posted a steady 3.99 ERA, 1.34 WHIP and 50:25 K:BB across 67.2 innings. He lacks velocity with an average fastball of 91.7 mph last season, and it's likely the right-hander bounces between the rotation and the bullpen throughout 2022.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Takes loss in final start

    Woodford (3-4) was tagged with the loss Sunday against the Cubs after allowing three runs on six hits and a walk while fanning four across five innings. Woodford had given up two or fewer runs in each of his previous five outings, but he didn't have his best stuff for the season finale and was tagged for this fourth loss of the campaign. Starting as a reliever but ending as a starter, Woodford made eight starts across 26 appearances on the season. He ends his second year at the MLB level with a 3.99 ERA across 67.2 innings, a step in the right direction considering he posted a 5.57 ERA through 21 frames in 2020.
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  • Cardinals' Jake Woodford: Allows two runs in no-decision

    Woodford allowed two earned runs on six hits and two walks while striking out one across 5.2 innings in the win over the Cubs on Sunday. He did not factor into the decision. Woodford allowed both runs in the fourth inning on three hits, including a ground-rule double by Sergio Alcantara. He has given up just five runs over 23.2 innings in his last five starts. The 24-year-old has a 3.88 ERA and 1.34 WHIP with 46 punchouts in 62.2 innings this season. This was likely his last start of the regular season.
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