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date ip
Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Earned Run Average
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Sep 24, 2022 5.1 20 5 3.18 20
Sep 19, 2022 6.0 19 5 3.18 20.5
Sep 13, 2022 5.1 18 5 3.18 18
Sep 6, 2022 4.0 17 5 3.23 -4
Aug 31, 2022 7.0 17 5 2.85 27

Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points
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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 511.517.6 175.3 20 5 171 52 3.18 1.15
2021 -6-3 6.3 1 6 5 9.95 1.89
2020 516.4 38.0 2 4 30 24 5.21 1.55
3y Avg. 142.3 21.3 1 3 18 14 6.75 1.69
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: First pitcher to 20 wins

    Wright (20-5) gave up two earned runs on two hits and two walks while striking out six over 5.1 innings to earn the win in a 6-3 victory over the Phillies on Saturday. Wright held the Phillies scoreless into the sixth inning until Bryce Harper took him deep for a two-run shot. Nevertheless, Wright received enough run support and lasted long enough on 97 pitches to earn his 20th win of the season. Wright is the first MLB pitcher to reach 20 wins this year, and it appears that he may finish the season as the only hurler to reach that important milestone. He is tentatively expected to make his next start against the Mets.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Picks up 19th win

    Wright (19-5) allowed two runs on eight hits and one walk over six innings to earn the win over the Nationals on Monday. He struck out seven. Wright has been one of the biggest surprises of the season, and he made his layup at home against the Nats to continue his breakout campaign. No other pitcher in baseball has more than 17 wins, so Wright has a real shot to be the first and only pitcher to reach 20 wins in 2022. The right-hander has had a couple hiccups in the second half where you wouldn't expect them, but regardless he's 8-1 with a 3.60 ERA and 1.17 WHIP in 10 starts since the All-Star break.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Tallies 18th win

    Wright (18-5) earned the win during Tuesday's 5-1 victory over San Francisco, allowing one run on three hits and three walks with four strikeouts in 5.1 innings. Wright surrendered one run on two hits in the first inning and loaded the bases in the second but proceeded to face the minimum over the next 10 batters and fell in line for his MLB-leading 18th victory when Atlanta took the lead in the third. It was a nice rebound from eight runs in four innings during his last start. Wright carries a 3.18 ERA into his next outing, currently scheduled to come early next week against Washington.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Struggles versus Oakland

    Wright pitched four innings, giving up eight runs on five hits and three walks while hitting two batters and striking out four in Tuesday's win over the Athletics. He did not factor into the decision. Wright had his worst performance of the season Tuesday, giving up a season-high eight runs and matching his shortest outing of the year. He surrendered two home runs after allowing one total in his previous four outings, all of which were quality starts as well. The poor performance raised Wright's ERA from 2.85 to 3.23 over 158.2 frames in 26 outings. He'll look to get back on track in his next start, which tentatively lines up for Monday at San Francisco.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Notches league-best 17th win

    Wright (17-5) earned the win over Colorado on Wednesday, allowing five hits and two walks while striking out six batters over seven scoreless innings. Wright completed seven scoreless frames for the second straight contest, and he consequently took over the major-league lead with his 17th victory. The right-hander allowed at least one baserunner in six of his seven frames but didn't give up any extra-base hits and was aided by a pair of double plays. Wright has enjoyed a breakthrough campaign, supplementing his league-best win total with a 2.85 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 150:43 K:BB over 154.2 innings.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Blanks Bucs for 16th win

    Wright (16-5) picked up the win Wednesday, allowing two hits and a walk over seven scoreless innings in a 14-2 rout of the Pirates. He struck out eight. He only faced any kind of threat in the third inning after issuing a two-out walk followed by an Oneil Cruz single, but Kevin Newman lined out straight back to Wright to end the frame. The right-hander generated 15 swinging strikes among his 73 pitches en route to his third straight quality start and his seventh in his last eight outings. Wright will take a 2.99 ERA and 144:41 K:BB through 147.2 innings into his next start.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Strikes out seven in win

    Wright (15-5) earned the win against the Astros on Friday, allowing two runs on six hits while striking out seven and walking one over six innings. Wright continued his breakout season Friday, throwing 61 of 84 pitches for strikes and striking out seven Astros batters, which is impressive considering the Astros have the second fewest strikeouts in the league. The righty turned in his sixth quality start in his last seven games. He will take a 3.14 ERA into his next appearance.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Cleared to pitch Friday

    Wright (arm) is scheduled to start Friday's series opener against the Astros in Atlanta, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. Wright had been a candidate to start Thursday's series finale with the Mets, but Max Fried (concussion) is on track to be reinstated from the 7-day injured list in time to take the hill against the National League East leaders. Coming out of his last outing Aug. 10 in Boston, Wright experienced some right arm fatigue, but the extended break looks like it's provided him with sufficient time to recover from the issue. He's not expected to face any major workload restrictions when he takes the hill Friday.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Expected to start late this week

    Wright (arm) is expected to start late this week, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. Wright is dealing with arm fatigue that will keep him out through the first three games of Atlanta's series against the Mets, but Wright and Max Fried (concussion) are expected to rejoin the rotation late this week. Wright will likely start Thursday against the Mets or Friday against the Astros.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Battling arm fatigue

    Wright is dealing with right arm fatigue and won't start in the first three games of the upcoming series against the Mets, which begins Monday, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Wright allowed one earned run across six innings during his previous start Aug. 10 in Boston, and he'll have his scheduled turn through the rotation pushed back by at least a couple days. Atlanta has yet to announce a starter for Thursday's series finale, though it remains to be seen if the 26-year-old will be cleared to take the mound. Spencer Strider, Charlie Morton and Jake Odorizzi will start the first three games of the series versus New York.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Earns 14th win

    Wright (14-5) earned the win Wednesday, allowing one run on six hits and one walk over six innings against the Red Sox. He struck out five. Wright allowed at least one baserunner in five of his six innings, but the 26-year-old was able to work his way out of trouble more times than not. The only blemish for the right-hander came in the fifth, when he allowed back-to-back hits to lead off the inning, but he escaped with only one run allowed after inducing a run-scoring double play from Tommy Pham. It was a solid bounce-back performance for Wright after he allowed a career-high four home runs during last Thursday's loss to the Mets. Across 22 starts (134.2 innings), Wright sports a 3.14 ERA with a 129:39 K:BB.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Win streak ends in New York

    Wright (13-5) allowed six runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out four in six innings, taking the loss Thursday versus the Mets. Wright was tagged for a career-high four home runs in the start, which accounted for five of the six runs he surrendered. The six earned runs tied a season high, which resulted in him taking his first loss since June 18 versus the Cubs. Wright now has a 3.22 ERA, 1.17 WHIP and 124:38 K:BB through 128.2 innings. The right-hander's next start is projected to be a road game in Boston next week.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Nabs fourth straight win

    Wright (13-4) earned the win Friday against the Diamondbacks after allowing two runs on five hits with five strikeouts and two walks in 6.2 innings. Wright allowed single runs during the fourth and fifth innings but otherwise kept Arizona off the board. It was the right-hander's fourth consecutive quality start, and he's picked up a victory in each of those contests. Wright has won six of his past seven outings dating back to mid-June, and he has a 2.93 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 32:10 K:BB over 43 innings during that stretch.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Continues winning streak

    Wright (12-4) earned the win during Saturday's 7-2 victory over the Angels, allowing two runs on seven hits with eight strikeouts in six innings. Atlanta jumped out to an early 5-0 lead which allowed Wright to cruise through six easy frames, surrendering single runs in the fourth and fifth while avoiding any sizeable scoring threats. The 26-year-old has logged three straight quality starts -- reigning victorious each contest -- and now sits alone behind Justin Verlander with 12 wins on the campaign. Wright carries a 2.95 ERA and 1.16 WHIP into his next start, scheduled for next weekend against Arizona.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Solid outing in win

    Wright (11-4) earned the victory Thursday in Washington, striking out four in seven innings while allowing two runs on seven hits and a walk. Wright allowed a first-inning homer to Josh Bell and gave up singles to the first three batters he faced in the second, leading to the second run against him. He held the Nationals scoreless over his final five frames, retiring the side in order three times. Over his last four starts including Thursday, the 26-year-old is 4-0 with a 2.16 ERA in 25 innings despite allowing four homers and having a 15:7 K:BB. He closes out the first half with a 2.95 ERA through 110 innings after posting a 6.56 ERA in 70 combined innings over his first four big-league seasons.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Spins quality start in win

    Wright (10-4) earned the win during Saturday's 4-3 victory over Washington, allowing three runs on eight hits and two walks with five strikeouts in seven innings. Wright limited the damage to a Juan Soto solo shot through six frames but surrendered a Yadiel Hernandez home run in the seventh and walked Soto before being yanked in the eighth. Soto eventually came around to score, but Will Smith was able to keep the lead, bringing Wright into a tie for third in the majors with 10 wins. The 26-year-old was efficient in requiring only 84 pitches to surpass seven frames and induced an impressive 13 swinging strikes, though keeping 66 pitches in the strike zone led to 10 baserunners allowed. Wright is slated to take the mound in a road rematch with Washington next week.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Falls just shy of 10th win

    Wright didn't factor into the decision during Monday's 6-3 victory over St. Louis, allowing an unearned run on three hits and one walk with two strikeouts in four innings. By the second inning, Atlanta had jumped out to a six-run lead, but manager Brian Snitker opted to play it safe and remove Wright after the fourth with the top of St. Louis' order due up a third time in the fifth. The four frames, two strikeouts and 71 pitches all represent low marks for the 26-year-old, who dropped his ERA to 2.91 with the near scoreless outing. He lines up for another start over the weekend against Washington.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Bounces back Wednesday

    Wright (9-4) earned the win Wednesday over the Phillies. He allowed a run on three hits and three walks with four strikeouts over seven innings. Wright was a bit shaky in his last two starts, but he returned to strong pitching Wednesday. His lone mistake was a solo home run to Rhys Hoskins in the third inning. Wright concludes June with 15 runs allowed in 38.1 innings, good for a 3.52 ERA. For the season, he's posted a 3.03 ERA, 1.14 WHIP and 96:30 K:BB through 92 innings overall. He's projected for a home start versus the Cardinals next week.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Falters late

    Wright (8-4) allowed four earned runs on 10 hits and one walk while striking out four across 5.1 innings to earn the win Thursday against the Giants. Wright was in trouble throughout the game, though he induced a double play in each of the first four innings to get out of jams. However, that didn't happen in his final two frames when the Giants combined to score three runs. Wright has maintained a strong 3.18 ERA and 92:27 K:BB across 85 innings this season. However, he's allowed 21 hits and nine earned runs across his last two starts -- spanning 11.1 frames.
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  • Braves' Kyle Wright: Gives up season-high 11 hits

    Wright (7-4) gave up five earned runs on 11 hits and one walk while striking out eight in six innings Saturday against the Cubs. He took the loss. The wind wasn't blowing significantly out in this one, and indeed, Wright didn't give up a home run, but the 11 hits allowed topped his previous season high of nine. Despite this shaky outing against an inferior opponent, Wright's season ERA still sits at 2.94. He tentatively lines up to start at home against the Giants next week.
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