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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 27, 2022 2.0 7 5 3.89 4.5
Sep 21, 2022 0.2 7 5 3.97 0.5
Sep 17, 2022 2.1 7 5 3.91 7
Sep 14, 2022 0.1 7 5 3.91 -13.5
Sep 9, 2022 3.2 7 4 3.47 -0.5

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 2188.4 104.0 7 5 124 48 3.89 1.35
2021 97.56.5 66.7 2 6 69 29 5.54 1.40
2020 12812.8 49.7 6 2 40 24 3.44 1.21
3y Avg. 1119.3 58.0 4 4 54 26 4.66 1.31
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Fantasy News

  • Mets' David Peterson: Moving to bullpen

    Peterson will be available out of the bullpen within the next few days, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. The lefty could work out of the bullpen this weekend since Max Scherzer (oblique) is set to make his return to New York's rotation Monday. Peterson started Wednesday against the Cubs and surrendered five runs and recorded only one out.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Disastrous outing in loss

    Peterson (7-5) took the loss Wednesday, allowing five runs on two hits and three walks over one-third of an inning in a 6-3 loss to the Cubs. He struck out one. Peterson's disastrous outing began with three straight walks and ended with back-to-back two-run doubles from Yan Gomes and P.J. Higgins. The lefty had allowed less than four runs in 11 straight starts dating back to June 15, a span during which the 27-year-old recorded seven strikeouts or more eight times.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Fans seven in Friday's loss

    Peterson (7-4) took the loss Friday, giving up three runs on five hits and two walks over 3.2 innings as the Mets fell 6-3 to the Marlins. He struck out seven. The strikeouts salvaged some fantasy value for the lefty, but Peterson wasn't sharp, tossing 44 of 78 pitches for strikes and serving up three extra-base hits, including a first-inning homer by Garrett Cooper. Peterson has lasted six innings only once in five starts since the beginning of August but hasn't pitched badly, posting a 3.24 ERA, 1.44 WHIP and 31:8 K:BB through 25 innings over that stretch.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Stays in rotation

    Peterson is scheduled to start Friday's game in Miami. Peterson looked to be on the outs for a rotation spot after Carlos Carrasco returned from the 15-day injured list last weekend, but the 27-year-old southpaw will end up maintaining a starting role after Max Scherzer (oblique) was placed on the shelf just a few days later. Over his six appearances (four starts) for the Mets in the second half, Peterson has turned in a 3.57 ERA, 1.50 WHIP and 26:8 K:BB across 22.2 innings.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Fans six in no-decision

    Peterson didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 7-3 win over the Nationals, giving up three runs on eight hits and a walk over 5.1 innings. He struck out six. The southpaw tossed 58 of 95 pitches for strikes in a solid outing, but the Mets' offense didn't take the lead for good until the bottom of the sixth inning. Peterson has a 3.38 ERA, 1.44 WHIP and 19:3 K:BB through 16 innings over his last three starts, but with Carlos Carrasco (oblique) set to rejoin the rotation Sunday, he could move into a long relief role over the final weeks of the season.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Peterson's first turn back in the rotation two weeks ago didn't go as hoped. His second turn Saturday was much better. He shut out the Rockies over six innings, striking out seven on 15 swinging strikes. Of course, he still threw his slider only 25% of the time. He featured his best pitch more like 35 percent of the time when he was putting together a 2.78 ERA, 1.14 WHIP and 13.6 K/9 during a six-start stretch just before Jacob deGrom rejoined the rotation in July. Whether decreasing its usage will come back to bite him remains to be seen, but it probably won't matter in his next matchup against the woeful Nationals. Peterson may be fighting to keep his rotation spot in that start, too, with Carlos Carrasco on the mend.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Sleeper pitchers for Week 22 (Aug. 29-Sept. 4)

    Peterson's return to the starting rotation has been hit or miss through two starts, but he has a much easier task against the Nationals' depleted lineup in Week 22. If he can get back to featuring his slider as prominently as before his ouster, we could see a big strikeout total.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Spins six shutout frames

    Peterson (7-3) allowed four hits and struck out seven without walking a batter in six shutout innings to earn the win Saturday over the Rockies. Peterson took an inefficient loss in the second game of last Saturday's doubleheader versus the Phillies, but he was good in this start against the hapless Rockies. He didn't give up an extra-base hit and kept Colorado from putting a runner in scoring position after the first inning. Peterson lowered his ERA to 3.21 with a 1.28 WHIP and 104:40 K:BB through 89.2 innings across 20 appearances (16 starts). He could stick in the rotation for another turn since Carlos Carrasco (oblique) is more than a week away from returning. If Peterson gets another turn, he lines up for a favorable home start versus the Nationals next weekend.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Officially recalled Saturday

    Peterson was recalled from Triple-A Syracuse ahead of Saturday's start against the Rockies, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. Peterson started the second game of a doubleheader against the Phillies last Saturday and gave up three runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out six in 4.2 innings to take the loss. He'll make at least one more turn through the rotation, and it's possible that he remains with the big-league club until Carlos Carrasco (oblique) is cleared to return.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Rejoining rotation Saturday

    The Mets will call up Peterson from Triple-A Syracuse to have him to start Saturday's game against the Rockies at Citi Field, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Because he was designated as the Mets' 27th man in advance of his start in the second game of last Saturday's doubleheader with the Phillies, Peterson had to be returned to the minors following the outing in what amounted to a procedural move. The Mets will still need to make a corresponding transaction to bring Peterson back this weekend, but he'll be stepping into the rotation on a slightly longer-term basis while Carlos Carrasco (oblique) is on the injured list. Peterson owns a 3.44 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 97:40 K:BB across 83.2 innings in the majors this season.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Peterson's return to the rotation Saturday didn't go as hoped, but one reason for optimism is his pitch selection was off. He threw his best pitch, the slider, only 26 percent of the time. In the six before getting bumped for Jacob deGrom in late July, he threw it more like 35 percent of the time and registered a 2.78 ERA, 1.14 WHIP and 13.6 K/9. It's a genuinely special pitch with a near 50 percent whiff rate, so as long as Saturday's pitch selection doesn't become a trend, things should go better for Peterson moving forward. It's true he was optioned back to the minors after the start, but only for procedural reasons. He's expected to take every fifth turn with Carlos Carrasco sidelined by a strained oblique.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Sent down, should rejoin rotation

    The Mets optioned Peterson to Triple-A Syracuse following Saturday's doubleheader with the Phillies, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports. Because he was designated as the Mets' 27th man for the twin bill, Peterson will temporarily move off the active roster after he struck out six and allowed three earned runs over 4.2 innings en route to taking the loss in Game 2 of Saturday's twin bill. As Britton notes, Peterson had to be designated as the 27th man in order to rejoin the Mets since he hadn't spent the minimum 15 days in the minors following his Aug. 6 demotion, but he'll still be eligible to be recalled later this week when New York requires a new fifth starter to replace the injured Carlos Carrasco (oblique). Unless the Mets decide to take advantage of Wednesday's off day to get by with a four-man rotation during the upcoming week, Peterson should rejoin the Mets next weekend to make a start against the Rockies at Citi Field.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Called up ahead of start

    The Mets called Peterson up from Triple-A Syracuse in advance of his start in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader in Philadelphia, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. Peterson has been quite effective for the Mets this season, striking out 27.2 percent of opposing batters en route to a 3.30 ERA in 14 starts and four relief appearances. He hasn't been needed in the rotation since Jacob deGrom returned from a shoulder injury, but he remains the top name the Mets will turn to whenever they need a spot start.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Starting in Saturday's twin bill

    Peterson will be recalled to start the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Phillies, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports. The left-hander picked up the win with 5.1 scoreless frames in a spot start Aug. 6 against Atlanta, and he'll rejoin the big club Saturday for this twin bill. Peterson has been an effective rotation option for the Mets in 14 starts this year with a 3.17 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 83:33 K:BB over 71 innings.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Once a casualty of the Mets' rotation surplus, Peterson now finds himself the beneficiary of their sudden rotation deficit, presumably taking the place of Carlos Carrasco when his spot in the rotation comes up again Sunday. The 26-year-old was enjoying the best stretch of his big-league career prior to getting bumped from the rotation when Jacob deGrom returned, delivering a 3.00 ERA, 1.23 WHIP, and 12.9 K/9 in his final nine appearances. His improvement coincided with a commitment to using his slider more, and it's genuinely been an elite pitch this year, generating whiffs at a near 50 percent rate. Chances are Peterson will stick this time if he picks up where he left off.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Optioned after spot start

    Peterson was optioned to Triple-A Syracuse after the first game of Saturday's doubleheader, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. The left-hander was excellent in the matinee, striking out five and holding Atlanta to three hits and three walks over 5.1 scoreless innings in a Mets victory to improve to 6-2 on the season. Peterson will likely be back with the Mets when they require a temporary sixth starter for their Aug. 20 doubleheader with the Phillies.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Called up for start

    Peterson was called up by the Mets on Saturday to start the first game of a doubleheader against Atlanta, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Peterson has made 13 starts and four relief appearances for the Mets this season and has largely been an effective pitcher. Career highs in strikeout rate (27.5 percent) and groundball rate (53.8 percent) have helped offset a poor 11.2 percent walk rate, leading to a 3.54 ERA. The Mets likely won't need him to remain in the rotation after his Saturday spot, but it's possible he retreats to the bullpen rather than the minors.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Rejoining rotation for doubleheader

    Mets manager Buck Showalter said Peterson will be called up from Triple-A Syracuse to start one game of Saturday's doubleheader with Atlanta at Citi Field, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports. New York is likely to designate Peterson as the 27th man for the twin bill, meaning that he's expected to be sent back to Syracuse immediately after the start. Though Peterson should make for a decent streaming option in deeper leagues after submitting a 3.54 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 86:35 K:BB in 73.2 innings with the big club earlier this season, Jacob deGrom's return to the rotation Tuesday means that the Mets won't have a permanent spot for the 26-year-old lefty now that the team's top five starters are all healthy again.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Optioned to Triple-A

    Peterson was optioned to Triple-A Syracuse on Friday, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. Peterson wasn't listed as a starter for any games during the Mets' weekend series against Miami, and he'll ultimately head to the minors with Jacob deGrom (shoulder) on track to make his season debut next week. Peterson posted a 4.64 ERA and 1.41 WHIP in 21.1 innings over six outings in July and will be a candidate for a call-up if the Mets need an additional starter at some point.
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  • Mets' David Peterson: Not starting this week

    Peterson isn't listed as a starting pitcher for any of the Mets' next four games, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. As a result of off days Monday and Thursday, the Mets are shortening their rotation to four men this week. Taijuan Walker took the mound for Tuesday's win over the Yankees, while Max Scherzer will take the hill in Wednesday's series finale on four days' rest. The Mets will then have Chris Bassitt, Carlos Carrasco and Walker pitch in their three games in Miami this weekend, leaving Peterson to work out of the bullpen like he did in last weekend's series with the Padres. New York will require a fifth starter beginning with next week's series in Washington, but Jacob deGrom (shoulder) looks like he'll be ready to return from the 60-day injured list to make his season debut by then. Unless the Mets lose another starter to an injury or if manager Buck Showalter expands the rotation to six men, Peterson looks like he'll be the odd man out.
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