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Aug 5, 2022 4.0 0 0 2.35 6.5
Jul 29, 2022 3.2 0 0 4.91 5.5

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 126 7.7 6 8 2.35 1.57
2021 511.3 39.3 3 2 2 32 25 7.55 1.86
2020 752.9 21.7 2 1 4 12 10 1.66 1.29
3y Avg. 45.51.9 22.7 2 1 2 17 13 5.96 1.68
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Starting Monday's nightcap

    Garcia will start the second game of Monday's doubleheader against the Guardians, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. Garcia was sent down by the Tigers in early August but will serve as a spot starter during Monday's nightcap. Over two major-league starts this year, he's posted a 2.35 ERA and 1.57 WHIP in 7.2 innings.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Optioned to Triple-A

    Garcia was optioned to Triple-A Toledo following his start Friday against the Rays, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports. He gave up zero earned runs on one hit and six walks while striking out three in four innings during a spot start. Garcia could come back up the next time the Tigers need a fill-in starter.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Contract selected Friday

    Garcia had his contract selected by the Tigers, and he will start Friday's game against the Rays. The right-hander was previously announced as Detroit's starter for the contest, and he's now officially been added to the big-league roster. Garcia made his season debut in a spot start for the Tigers last week and was demoted after giving up two runs on three hits with three strikeouts and two walks across 3.2 innings July 29.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Returning Friday for another start

    Tigers manager A.J. Hinch said Garcia will be called up from Triple-A Toledo to start Friday's game against the Rays, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports. Garcia will be joining the Tigers for his second Friday start in a row, as he previously took the hill last weekend in Toronto and took a no-decision while giving up two earned runs on three hits and two walks while striking out three in 3.2 innings. Since Garcia was added to the roster last week as a COVID-19 replacement for Andrew Chafin, the Tigers will need to formally add the right-hander back to the 40-man roster so he can make his spot start versus Tampa Bay. Garcia could be headed back to the minors immediately following his upcoming start, as the Tigers should get Beau Brieske (forearm) back from the injured list when a fifth member of the rotation is needed next week.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Sent down after spot start

    Garcia was optioned to Triple-A Toledo after his start Friday against the Blue Jays, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports. He gave up two earned runs on three hits and two walks while striking out three in 3.2 innings during the spot start. This was his 73rd appearance in the majors but just his first appearance as a starter. Garcia has generally been working between one and four innings in his minor-league outings, and his most likely role should he return to the majors is still probably as a reliever.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Getting first MLB start

    Garcia is listed as the Tigers' starting pitcher for Friday's game in Toronto. Making the 73rd MLB appearance of his career, Garcia will be getting his first look as a starter after recently moving into the rotation at Triple-A Toledo prior to his call-up Wednesday. While starting his last three outings for Toledo, Garcia didn't cover more than four innings any time out and turned in an unremarkable 6:6 K:BB, so he doesn't shape up as an appealing streaming option while he takes on a strong Toronto offense on the road.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Called up, could start Friday

    The Tigers selected Garcia's contract from Triple-A Toledo on Wednesday, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports. According to Beck, Garcia is expected to temporarily move into the rotation for Friday's game in Toronto, which would mark the 27-year-old's first start in his first 73 appearances in the big leagues. Perhaps as a reaction to the numerous personnel losses the Tigers have suffered to their rotation this season, Garcia recently transitioned into a starting role for Toledo. He maxed out at four innings over his three starts for the Triple-A affiliate, so the Tigers likely won't bank on him working deep into the game if he does in fact receive the starting nod Friday versus the Blue Jays.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Outrighted to Triple-A

    Garcia cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Toledo on Wednesday. Garcia was designated for assignment by Detroit on Saturday, and he'll remain in Toledo after going unclaimed on waivers. The right-hander has tossed 3.2 scoreless innings in the minors to begin the year.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: DFA'd by Detroit

    Garcia was designated for assignment by the Tigers on Saturday. Garcia was optioned to Triple-A Toledo in late March, and he tossed 3.2 scoreless innings in four relief appearances to begin the regular season. If he goes unclaimed on waivers, he'll likely remain in Toledo.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Heads to minors

    The Tigers optioned Garcia to Triple-A Toledo on Monday. Garcia was one of four relievers cut from big-league camp Monday as the Tigers look to pare down their bullpen ahead of Opening Day. The demotion to the minors doesn't come as a major surprise after Garcia turned in a 7.55 ERA and 1.86 WHIP across 39.1 innings with the big club in 2021.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Scoops up third win

    Garcia (3-2) pitched 1.1 scoreless innings of relief to earn the win Tuesday against the White Sox. He allowed one walk and struck out one. Coming off of a productive 2020 campaign in which he posted a 1.66 ERA across 21.2 innings, Garcia has struggled with a 7.50 ERA across 35.2 innings this year. It's been even more of a struggle lately, as the righty had allowed five runs (four earned) in 2.2 innings this month before Tuesday's more encouraging effort. Garcia doesn't miss a ton of bats, so his margin for error is fairly small. He should stick in a middle relief role for the Tigers over the final few weeks of the season.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Recalled by Detroit

    Garcia was recalled from Triple-A Toledo on Tuesday. Garcia was sent to the minors in early July, but he's been productive recently with a 0.87 ERA and 0.97 WHIP in 10.1 innings across his last seven appearances with Toledo. The right-hander has an underwhelming 7.31 ERA and 28:20 K:BB in 32 innings across 32 appearances in the majors this year, but he'll rejoin the Tigers' bullpen after Drew Carlton was sent down Monday.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Sent to Triple-A

    Garcia was optioned to Triple-A Toledo after Tuesday's loss to the Rangers, Cody Stavenhagen of The Athletic reports. The right-hander surrendered a pair of solo homers during the eighth inning Tuesday, and he's given up 13 earned runs in his past five outings. Garcia was a decent bullpen piece through his first 25 appearances with a 4.21 ERA, but his recent struggles unsurprisingly led to a demotion.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Sent to Triple-A

    Garcia was optioned to Triple-A Toledo following Sunday's win over the Yankees. Garcia surrendered two runs while recording two outs during Sunday's contest and will now make his way to the minors. Rony Garcia will be recalled from Triple-A in a corresponding move.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Earns first win

    Garcia (1-1) allowed one unearned run on one hit while striking out two over one inning in a win against the Yankees on Friday. The 26-year-old entered in the top of the 10th inning in a 1-1 game. Aaron Judge started the inning at second and was able to score on a passed ball to give the Yankees the lead, but Garcia came away with the win after Robbie Grossman hit a two-run walkoff home run in the bottom of the 10th. Garcia hasn't been charged with an earned run in six straight appearances and carries a 4.50 ERA and 1.56 WHIP through 18 innings.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Notches second save

    Garcia worked around a walk to pitch a scoreless inning and record the save in Wednesday's win over the Astros. He struck out two. Garcia earned his second save of the season in as many chances, which leads the team, and he had to work for it. He entered the game with the bases loaded and no outs in the ninth inning following a poor showing from Jose Cisnero, but he managed to only allow a single run as the Tigers escaped with the 6-4 win. Gregory Soto is the only other Detroit player with a save this season, and he was asked to navigate through the heart of the Houston order in the eighth. All three pitchers seem to be in the mix for saves at this point, but Garcia could earn more opportunities if he continues to excel in tough spots.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: No runs allowed in limited work

    Garcia has tossed two scoreless innings in Grapefruit League action so far. He's allowed three hits and a walk with no strikeouts. Garcia, who's in the mix to close for Detroit, has been used sparingly so far this spring, so it's hard to take much away from his performance. He did register a solid 1.66 ERA and 1.29 WHIP across 21.2 innings last season, though he struck out only 12 batters, so he doesn't profile as the typical overpowering end-game option. Gregory Soto is the other frontrunner to close for the Tigers, and the lefty does overpower hitters a bit more frequently, which may push Garcia to more of a setup role. The 25-year-old Garcia was second on the team with four saves last season.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Melts down in extra innings

    Garcia (2-1) was tagged with a blown save and the loss Tuesday against the Twins after allowing two runs (one earned) on two hits while striking out two across two-thirds of an inning. Garcia pitched the 10th inning with a one-run lead, but he quickly allowed the game-tying run on an RBI single from Eddie Rosario that scored Jake Cave. He bounced back and struck out both Miguel Sano and Mitch Garver, but Max Kepler notched the game-winning RBI with a single that scored Rosario. Garcia is now 3-for-4 in save opportunities this season and even though this performance didn't come out as expected, he should end the season as Detroit's closer.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Converts another save

    Garcia allowed a hit but struck out the side in a scoreless ninth inning to earn the save in Detroit's 5-2 victory over the Indians on Saturday. Garcia has three saves in three opportunities this season, all of which have come in his last six appearances. He lowered his ERA to 1.35 in the process and is making a compelling case to complete the season as the Tigers closer.
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  • Tigers' Bryan Garcia: Nabs second save

    Garcia pitched a scoreless seventh inning during a 6-3 win over the Cardinals in the second game of Thursday's doubleheader to record his second save of the season. With the Tigers down 3-0, Jose Cisnero got the final out of the fifth inning and tossed a clean sixth, setting Garcia up for the save chance after the team staged a late rally. Garcia has now delivered nine straight scoreless appearances, collecting both his saves and three holds over that stretch, but his 2:2 K:BB in 6.1 innings over that span isn't exactly dominant. Still, as long as he's getting results, he should remain part of Detroit's late-inning committee.
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