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 0.0 0.00 0.00
2021 64.512.9 23.0 1 1 35 6 2.74 0.96
2020 13711.4 56.0 3 1 44 16 2.57 1.09
3y Avg. 88.58.9 38.0 2 2 37 9 2.84 1.05
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Fantasy News

  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Returning Aug. 20

    May (elbow) will return from the injured list to start Aug. 20 against the Marlins, according to May's agent, Craig Rose. May is set to make his final rehab start Sunday, so there was a general idea of when he would be activated and start in the majors. He threw five innings and 68 pitches in his most recent rehab outing, so while the team is likely to be cautious, May probably won't have an extremely restrictive pitch count for his season debut with the Dodgers.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Possible waiver wire pickups

    I expected to tout the Astros' Lance McCullers as a waiver wire pickup with him set to join the Astros starting rotation Saturday following a four-start rehab assignment, but his 81 percent roster rate put him just beyond the cutoff. The good news, though, is that Dustin May is even better. He just made his second-to-last rehab start Tuesday, striking out eight over five innings, and has looked as untouchable as before Tommy John surgery, when he put together a 2.74 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and 13.7 K/9 in five starts early last year. Armed with a devastating two-seamer that approaches triple digits and a curveball that piles up whiffs in its own right, the 24-year-old should be another big hit for the Dodgers. Now may be your last shot to grab him.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: One more rehab start

    May (elbow) will make one final rehab start with Triple-A Oklahoma City on Sunday before entering the Dodgers' starting rotation, Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register reports. May logged his fifth rehab outing Tuesday and threw 68 pitches with eight strikeouts across five innings, and he'll continue building up his workload Sunday before returning to the major-league club. Assuming he avoids any setbacks, the 24-year-old lines up to make his season debut the following weekend against the Marlins.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Dazzles in fifth rehab start

    May (elbow) struck out eight over five innings Tuesday in his rehab start for Triple-A Oklahoma City. He allowed one earned run on three hits and one walk. The 24-year-old built up to 68 pitches (45 strikes) in his fifth rehab start, looking good once again as he makes his return from Tommy John surgery. Through four outings at Triple-A and one in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League, May has turned in a 1.69 ERA, 0.94 WHIP and 26:5 K:BB in 16 innings. While the Dodgers weren't expected to immediately have a rotation spot available for May once he was activated from the 60-day injured list, Clayton Kershaw's (back) recent move to the IL and uncertain timeline to return seemingly sets up May to rejoin Los Angeles in a starting role. May will likely make one final rehab start for Oklahoma City early next week before potentially coming off the IL for his 2022 Dodgers debut during next weekend's series versus the Marlins.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Requires two more rehab starts

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Thursday that May (elbow) will require at least two more rehab starts in the minors before being reinstated from the 60-day injured list, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. May made his third rehab start at Triple-A Oklahoma City on Wednesday and tossed 62 pitches over four innings. The Dodgers will take a cautious approach to easing him back from the IL after May underwent Tommy John surgery last May. He's expected to work four-plus innings during his next rehab start before pitching five innings in the subsequent outing.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Works up to 62 pitches

    May (elbow) made his third rehab start for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Wednesday, tossing 62 pitches over four innings. He allowed one run on two hits and one walk while striking out six batters. May made 46 pitches in his previous rehab outing, so this was a significant increase in workload for him. The right-hander has allowed just two runs while posting a 15:4 K:BB over nine innings across three starts for OKC thus far. He's expected to make one more rehab appearance for the Triple-A club before joining the Dodgers, per Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Set to make two more rehab starts

    May (elbow) could make two more rehab starts before returning from the injured list, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. May threw 46 pitches in his last rehab start, so he still has some stamina to build up before being ready for his first big-league appearance of the season. If all goes well in the next couple weeks, May could be activated by the Dodgers at some point in the middle of August.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Stretches out to three innings

    May (elbow) allowed two hits and no walks while striking out six across three innings with Triple-A Oklahoma City in a rehab outing Thursday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. May threw only 46 pitches, three fewer than his first rehab appearance. However, he added an extra inning of work and also showed improved control. May topped out at 99.9 mph, so his stuff appears to be trending in the right direction in his return from Tommy John surgery. He's due for at least one more rehab appearance and could return to the Dodgers in early August.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Requires more rehab starts

    May (elbow) will make a rehab start at Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday and will require at least one more minor-league appearance afterward, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. May tossed 49 pitches during a rehab start last Friday and will ultimately require at least two more outings prior to rejoining the Dodgers. However, the right-hander will be re-evaluated following next week's appearance, so it's still possible that he'll be activated in early or mid-August.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Possible waiver wire pickups

    You'd be forgiven for forgetting just how overpowering May was in his five starts early last year, combining premium velocity with Bugs Bunny movement for a 2.74 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and 13.7 K/9. He had seemingly figured out how to miss bats after already establishing himself as a ground-ball specialist, his 98-mph sinker proving impossible to square up. Well, now he's recovered from Tommy John surgery and working his way back to the big leagues, having made a pair of two-inning starts already, his sinker peaking at 99. It's going to take a couple more turns for him to build up, but stashing him now is the wise move.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Tops out at 99 mph in rehab start

    May (elbow) threw 49 pitches and topped out at 99 mph in a rehab start for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Friday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. The right-hander allowed one run on three hits and three walks while striking out three batters over two innings. May was scheduled to go three innings in his first outing with the Triple-A squad, but an elevated pitch count led to his removal after two frames. The fireballer averaged 97.1 mph on his sinker, per Ardaya, but he struggled with his control, throwing only 24 of 49 pitches for strikes. May will likely need at least a few more rehab outings, but he could make his season debut for the Dodgers in early or mid-August.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: In line for another rehab start

    May (elbow) will throw three innings in a rehab outing with Triple-A Oklahoma City on Friday, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. May threw two innings in the Arizona Complex League on Saturday and is now ready for the next start in his rehab assignment. According to Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic, May will add an additional frame in each additional outing and could join the big-league rotation after he reaches five innings with Oklahoma City. If he stays on schedule, May could make his season debut for the Dodgers in early August.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Yet to start rehab assignment

    May (elbow) still doesn't have a set date to begin a minor-league rehab assignment, but Dodgers manager Dave Roberts indicated Friday that such a stint will happen "soon," Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. May has been tossing live batting-practice sessions since late June and has been said to be "really close" to going on a minor-league rehab assignment since early July, but the right-hander remains without a set date for that to happen. Nonetheless, May hasn't suffered any setbacks in his recovery from the Tommy John surgery he underwent last May. He'll likely need a few weeks of game action to ramp back up once the rehab stint begins, so May isn't likely to be back with the Dodgers until at least mid-August.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Nearing rehab assignment

    May (elbow) is close to going on a rehab assignment, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. According to Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, May has thrown "three or four" live batting-practice sessions and is "really close" to starting a minor-league rehab assignment. The right-hander underwent Tommy John surgery last May, so he's within the range of a typical return timeframe following the procedure. Roberts suggested that May would need multiple weeks to build back up once he begins the rehab assignment.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Faces live hitters Friday

    May (elbow) faced live hitters during an up-down throwing session Friday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. May threw 40 pitches during a side session last weekend, and while it's not clear how many pitches he threw Friday, his fastball was approximately 98-101 mph while facing live hitters. The right-hander is expected to have at least three more throwing sessions against live hitters, which would put him on track to begin a rehab assignment around mid-July.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Throws 40 pitches Saturday

    May (elbow) threw 40 pitches during an up-down side session Saturday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. May has progressed smoothly in his rehab over the last several months, and the next step in his recovery process will be to face live hitters. Manager Dave Roberts said Saturday that the right-hander will have at least four throwing sessions against live hitters, and the team hopes that he'll be able to build up to four innings by the final session. As long as he fares well against live hitters in the coming weeks, May will likely begin a rehab assignment afterward.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Rehab going well

    May (elbow) is doing well in his rehab from Tommy John surgery, but he remains without a return timeline, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. May is just 13 months removed from Tommy John surgery, so he's not particularly close to a return. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts indicated that the plan remains for the right-hander to build up as a starter but acknowledged that he's still "a ways from that point." A mid-August return appears to be a best-case scenario for May.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Progressing in recovery

    May (elbow) has completed eight bullpen sessions of 25-30 pitches each in April, and he could begin throwing live batting practice in about a month, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports. May remains months away from a return, but he appears to be doing well in his rehab from Tommy John surgery. The right-hander will take another big step in his recovery by incorporating curveballs in his next bullpen session, per Plunkett, and he could throw to live hitters for the first time since the surgery by the end of next month. May figures to be a late-season boost to an already effective Dodgers pitching staff as long as he continues to progress without setbacks.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Throws first bullpen

    May (elbow) threw his first bullpen session Saturday since undergoing Tommy John surgery last May. May continues to make steady progress in his recovery and seems to have avoided setbacks thus far. A typical return timeline won't have him back in the big leagues until the middle of the second half this year, however. Whether he'll be a starter or reliever down the stretch once he's ready to go remains to be seen.
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  • Dodgers' Dustin May: Throws off slope of mound

    May (elbow) began throwing off the slope of a mound Tuesday and is expected to throw his first post-Tommy John surgery bullpen session April 1, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports. Considering May underwent the elbow procedure May 12 of last year, his recovery program is expected to extend deep into the 2022 campaign. The Dodgers already possessed ample rotation depth before May suffered the UCL tear last year, and the offseason pickups of Andrew Heaney and Tyler Anderson plus the potential return of Trevor Bauer from administrative leave lessens the need for Los Angeles to rush the 24-year-old back to action. If May makes enough progress to eventually rejoin the Dodgers in 2022, he may have to settle for a bullpen role.
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