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AL East Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
94-59 7-3 L1
87-67 6-4 W3
84-69 4-6 L2
80-73 5-5 W1
72-81 3-7 L6

2022 Pitching

Innings Pitched
Earned Run Average
Base on Balls (Walk)
Regular Season 91.1 1 6 5.12 73 31

Top Mitch White News

  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Called up prior to start

    White was recalled from Triple-A Buffalo prior to Friday's start against the Rays.

    White made a start at Buffalo on Sunday and allowed eight runs on nine hits and a walk while striking out five in five innings. In spite of his lackluster results, he'll rejoin the major-league club and should have a chance to remain in the rotation, especially if he performs well against the Rays.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Starting Friday

    White will be called up from Triple-A Buffalo to start Friday against the Rays, Keegan Matheson of reports.

    The 27-year-old pitched for Buffalo on Sunday and will rejoin the big club to start Friday in Tampa Bay. White had a 3.70 ERA over 56 innings with the Dodgers to begin the season, but he's struggled since being acquired by the Blue Jays with 26 earned runs allowed in 31.1 frames.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Starting Sunday at Triple-A

    White, who was returned to Triple-A Buffalo on Wednesday, will start for the affiliate Sunday before rejoining the Blue Jays for the stretch run, Mitch Bannon of reports.

    The Jays want White to work on his fastball command and on his changeup, which has shown promise in bullpen sessions. White could join the big-league rotation next weekend in Tampa Bay.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Solid as bulk reliever

    White didn't factor into the decision in a 4-2 loss to the Rays during the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader, giving up three runs on seven hits over six innings of relief. He struck out two without walking a batter.

    Julian Merryweather got the nod as an opener in the matinee and handed the Rays a 1-0 lead they never relinquished, so what otherwise would have been a quality start for White instead was merely his best performance since he joined the Jays. The right-hander carries a 7.47 ERA, 1.69 WHIP and 24:11 K:BB through 31.1 innings since the trade that brought him to Toronto, but given his relative success in a bulk reliever role, it wouldn't be a surprise to see him get the same assignment the next time his turn through the rotation comes around.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Will work as 29th man

    The Blue Jays recalled White from Triple-A Buffalo and designated him as their 29th man for Tuesday's doubleheader against the Rays.

    White was optioned to Triple-A a little less than a week ago, but he's back with the big club for Tuesday's twin bill. According to Shi Davidi of, reliever Julian Merryweather is scheduled to serve as the Blue Jays' opening pitcher for the first game of the twin bill, so White could be deployed behind Merryweather as a bulk reliever.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Ousted by O's

    White (1-6) took the loss Tuesday as the Blue Jays fell 9-6 to the Orioles, giving up five runs on three hits and three walks over 2.1 innings. He struck out two.

    The right-hander struggled to find the plate and tossed only 36 of 63 pitches for strikes before getting the hook. White is in a tailspin, coughing up 18 runs in only 12 innings over his last three starts to send his ERA with Toronto ballooning to 8.17. With the team in a dogfight for a wild-card spot, the 27-year-old's spot in the rotation is almost certainly in jeopardy.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Demoted to minors

    The Blue Jays optioned White to Triple-A Buffalo on Wednesday.

    Reliever Zach Pop was called up from Triple-A to take White's spot on the 28-man active roster, but it's unclear whom the Blue Jays may turn to to replace White as their No. 5 starter. White's demotion comes after he was lit up for 18 earned runs on 19 hits and seven walks in 12 innings over his last three starts.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Clobbered by Cubs

    White (1-5) took the loss Wednesday, coughing up six runs on eight hits and a walk over 4.2 innings as the Blue Jays fell 7-5 to the Cubs. He struck out five.

    The right-hander continues to struggle for Toronto since coming over from the Dodgers. White has been rocked for 13 runs over his last two starts, sending his ERA on the season soaring from 3.63 to 4.67. The Jays don't have any clear alternatives to fill his rotation spot, however, so the 27-year-old may get a chance to work through his issues in the middle of a playoff race.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Rocked by Halos

    White (1-4) took the loss Friday, surrendering seven runs on eight hits and three walks over five innings in a 12-0 rout at the hands of the Angels. He struck out five.

    Some shaky defense by the Blue Jays didn't help matters, but White also wasn't able to command his pitches within the zone. He got the hook after 91 pitches (59 strikes), but this was still the first time he's been able to complete five innings in a Toronto uniform. The 27-year-old former Dodger has a 5.89 ERA, 1.69 WHIP and 15:7 K:BB through 18.1 innings over four starts for the Jays.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Fans five in no-decision

    White allowed one run on seven hits and no walks while striking out five batters over four innings in a no-decision versus the Yankees on Saturday.

    The right-hander allowed multiple baserunners in three of his four innings, but he constantly navigated around traffic and yielded only one run. Altogether, White surrendered seven hits, but only one of those went for extra bases. He has now made three starts for Toronto since coming over from the Dodgers at the trade deadline, and he has yet to complete five innings in any of those outings. However, he's been decently effective, posting a 3.38 ERA and 10:4 K:BB across across 13.1 innings. That should be good enough for White to keep a spot in the rotation over Yusei Kikuchi, who was recently demoted to the bullpen.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Set to start Saturday

    White will start Saturday against the Yankees, replacing Yusei Kikuchi in the Blue Jays' rotation moving forward, Shi Davidi of reports.

    White appeared headed for the bullpen with Ross Stripling (hip) returning from the injured list this week, but he'll instead stick in the rotation with Kikuchi demoted to a relief role. White has given up four earned runs with a 5:4 K:BB over 9.1 frames in two starts since being acquired by Toronto, and he has a 3.72 ERA and 1.27 WHIP for the season.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Works 4.2 innings

    White allowed one earned run on three hits and three walks while striking out three across 4.2 innings Saturday against the Guardians. He did not factor into the decision.

    White walked a pair and allowed a single in the opening frame, which accounted for his only earned run. He largely rebounded from there but was pulled in the fifth inning with runners on first and second base. White continues to struggle to work deep into games on a consistent basis, as he's exceeded five innings in only two of 12 starts for the season. More positive, White has managed to suppress runs effectively, maintaining a 3.72 ERA with a 52:23 K:BB across 65.1 frames on the campaign.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Loses in team debut

    White (1-3) took the loss Saturday versus the Twins. He allowed three runs on six hits and a walk with two strikeouts in 4.2 innings.

    White's Blue Jays debut was not sharp. Jorge Polanco had a couple of run-scoring hits against White, who failed to complete five frames for the first time in his last five appearances. The right-hander has a 3.86 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 49:20 K:BB through 60.2 innings across 16 appearances (11 starts) between the Blue Jays and the Dodgers this year. Assuming he stays in Toronto's rotation, he lines up for a home start versus the Guardians next week.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Recalled ahead of start

    White was recalled as expected ahead of his scheduled start Saturday against the Twins.

    White was technically a member of Triple-A Buffalo's roster for the first few days after the Blue Jays acquired him from the Dodgers at the deadline, but that was merely a procedural move, as Toronto had no reason to have him block a roster spot before his team debut. He should remain in the rotation at least until Ross Stripling (hip) returns from the injured list and could stick as a back-end starter beyond that point if he impresses in his first few outings.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Debuting for Jays on Saturday

    White has been confirmed as Saturday's starter against the Twins, Arden Zwelling of reports.

    He is currently on the taxi squad in Minnesota and will be activated Saturday. For at least as long as Ross Stripling (glute) is on the injured list, White should serve as Toronto's fifth starter. He has a 3.05 ERA, 1.24 WHIP and 34 strikeouts in 44.1 innings over nine appearances since getting stretched out by the Dodgers in late May.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Optioned, but should start Saturday

    The Blue Jays optioned White to Triple-A Buffalo on Wednesday.

    The transaction is merely procedural, as White had already been optioned to the Dodgers' Triple-A affiliate in Oklahoma City before he was acquired by the Blue Jays on Tuesday. White will thus be eligible to be called up at any point, and Shi Davidi of relays that'll most likely happen in advance of Saturday's game against the Twins, when the right-hander is expected to fill the opening in the rotation created by Ross Stripling's (glute) move to the injured list. Stripling is expected to spend the minimum 15 days on the shelf, but that should be enough time for White to make at least two turns through the rotation.

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  • Blue Jays' Mitch White: Traded to Toronto

    The Dodgers traded White to the Blue Jays on Tuesday in exchange for Nick Frasso and Moises Brito, Robert Murray of reports.

    White lost his spot in the Dodgers' rotation and active roster last week, and he'll now make his way to the Blue Jays in exchange for a couple minor-league pitchers. The 27-year-old has a 3.70 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 47:19 K:BB across 56 innings this year and is under team control through 2027. Even if he's not a regular in the rotation, White figures to receive some starts for Toronto down the stretch.

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  • Dodgers' Mitch White: Loses rotation, active roster spot

    The Dodgers optioned White to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Wednesday.

    White's demotion doesn't come as a major surprise after manager Dave Roberts said after Tuesday's 8-3 loss to the Nationals the team would stick with a five-man rotation following Andrew Heaney's (shoulder) return from the 15-day injured list ahead of Wednesday's series finale, per Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic. While Heaney was on the shelf, White served as the Dodgers' No. 5 starter and turned in a 3.56 ERA and 1.42 WHIP in 30.1 innings over his six starts since his late-June promotion from Triple-A. White should be the next man up to join the rotation if the Dodgers lose one of their five starters to an injury at some point in the second half.

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  • Dodgers' Mitch White: Submits first quality start

    White didn't factor into the decision during Tuesday's 8-3 loss to Washington, allowing two runs on nine hits with four strikeouts in six innings.

    White settled down after surrendering two runs in the first inning to blank Washington over the next five frames. The six innings represent a season high for the 27-year-old while the 98 pitches are his second highest total. He has now permitted three runs or fewer in nine of 10 turns. White has posted a solid 3.32 ERA in 21.2 innings across four July starts but will likely be bumped from the rotation with Andrew Heaney set to return from a shoulder injury next week.

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  • Dodgers' Mitch White: Takes no-hitter into sixth inning

    White didn't factor in the decision against San Francisco on Thursday despite allowing just one hit and two walks over five-plus scoreless innings. He struck out one batter.

    White certainly pitched well enough to earn a win for the first time since mid-May -- in fact, he didn't give up his first hit until the opening batter of the sixth inning. It's doubtful that the right-hander would have been allowed a shot at history even if he had maintained the no-hitter since he had already thrown 78 pitches through five frames, but he was in line for the victory until the Los Angeles bullpen surrendered five runs in the seventh. White isn't certain to stick in the rotation once Andrew Heaney (shoulder) returns to action -- which could happen as soon as next week -- but White has fared well when called upon this season, logging a 3.78 ERA and 1.22 WHIP over 50 innings.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 210 lbs
Birthplace: San Jose, CA
Age: 27
Bats/Throws: R, R