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Wins
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Losses
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Earned Run Average
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Saves
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Oct 5, 2022 1 1 5.93 1 9
Sep 30, 2022 0 1 6.39 1 11
Sep 27, 2022 0 1 6.94 0 5.5
Sep 25, 2022 0 1 8.38 0 -0.5
Sep 19, 2022 0 1 8.68 0 0.5

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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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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
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 27.52.5 13.7 1 1 1 19 6 5.93 1.68
2020 0.0 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 61.5 4.7 0 0 0 6 2 5.79 1.71
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Entering spring as starter

    Hall will enter spring training as a starting pitcher, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. All but one of Hall's 11 appearances late last season came in relief, but he'll head into spring training as one of 12 competitors for five spots in Baltimore's rotation. The dynamic lefty might ultimately wind up in the bullpen over the long haul if he can't improve his control and command, but there's no reason to pull the plug on him as a starter yet. O's general manager Mike Elias wasn't ready to say Friday whether Hall might move to the bullpen if he doesn't win a rotation spot, or if he'd head to Triple-A Norfolk.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Earns win in Game 1

    Hall (1-1) allowed two hits and struck out two in a scoreless inning to earn the win in the first game of Wednesday's doubleheader versus the Blue Jays. Hall worked a scoreless eighth inning during the matinee and became the pitcher of record after Terrin Vavra put the Orioles ahead with a three-run blast in the bottom of the frame. Over his last four appearances of the season, Hall logged 4.1 scoreless innings with an 8:1 K:BB. He allowed multiple runs in only two of his 11 outings in the majors, though he finished the campaign with a 5.93 ERA, 1.68 WHIP and 19:6 K:BB to go with a save in 13.2 innings. He's worked as a starter in the minors and could challenge for a spot in the Orioles' rotation next spring.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Earns first save

    Hall struck out two batters in a perfect inning and picked up a save over the Yankees on Friday. Hall converted the first save opportunity of his MLB career with ease. Since joining the Orioles bullpen at the start of September, the 24-year-old southpaw has registered an 11:3 K:BB and a 4.00 ERA through nine innings. If Felix Bautista (knee) misses any time, Hall could see some more late-inning work down the stretch.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Back in big leagues

    The Orioles recalled Hall from Triple-A Norfolk on Thursday. As Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com noted Wednesday, Hall is seen as a long-term fit in the Baltimore rotation, but he'll be rejoining the big club as a reliever over the final five weeks of the season while the organization looks to manage his workload. Hall had already transitioned to the bullpen prior to his promotion, striking out 11 while allowing three earned runs on two hits and five walks across 6.2 innings over his final four relief appearances for Norfolk.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Rejoining big club as reliever

    The Orioles plan to recall Hall from Triple-A Norfolk on Thursday, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. Hall made his MLB debut earlier this month as a starter, but he was sent back to the minors immediately after that outing and has since pitched in relief for Norfolk. The Orioles still intend to develop Hall as a starter over the long term, but because he's already nearly tripled his innings count from a season ago -- he's covered 88 innings in 2022 compared to 31.2 in 2021 -- the organization will keep him in the bullpen the rest of the way in an effort to manage his workload. Once officially promoted, Hall will likely be eased in as a low-leverage reliever, but the rookie could eventually settle into a key setup role later in September if he impresses in his initial appearances out of the big-league bullpen.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Allows five runs in debut

    Hall (0-1) took the loss against the Rays on Saturday, allowing five runs on five hits while striking out six and walking three over 3.2 innings. Hall had a difficult debut against a tough opponent and was pulled after throwing 47 of 76 pitches for strikes across 3.2 frames. While he did not allow a home run, the rookie lefty allowed eight runners to reach base, which resulted in scores on a groundout, two doubles, a single and a sac fly. He flashed some of the strikeout potential he showed in the minors (14.66 K/9 in Triple-A) by striking out six in fewer than four complete innings. His 5.66 BB/9 in Triple-A also manifested in Saturday's game, as he walked three. The future is bright for Hall, but it is reasonable to expect some growing pains along the way.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Optioned, shifting to relief

    Hall was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk on Saturday after his start against the Rays, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. Hall made his MLB debut Saturday, allowing five earned runs on five hits and three walks across 3.2 innings to take the loss. He also struck out six, showcasing his potential to be effective as a starter in the majors. However, for the time being, Baltimore plans to shift Hall to a relief role in the minors and have him return to the majors for the final month of the season. Hall should have the opportunity to be extremely effective as a reliever, as he's racked up a 36 percent strikeout rate across 70 innings as a starter with Norfolk this season.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Officially recalled Saturday

    Hall was recalled from Triple-A Norfolk on Saturday. Hall will make his major-league debut as the starting pitcher for Saturday's game against the Rays. The southpaw has displayed strong stuff throughout his minor-league career, but he also has some command issues. However, now that he's healthy, Hall could have the chance to earn a spot in the Orioles' rotation if he can cut down on his walks in the big leagues.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Confirmed as Saturday's starter

    Orioles manager Brandon Hyde confirmed that Hall will be called up from Triple-A Norfolk to start Saturday's game against the Rays, Zachary Silver of MLB.com reports. Premium stuff and questionable command has long been the scouting report on Hall, and he's been as advertised this season in 18 starts for Norfolk. His 36 percent strikeout rate is excellent, but it's been paired with a 13.9 percent walk rate, leading to a 4.73 ERA. Still, he has a chance to be a big part of the future in Baltimore if he can just keep the walks at a manageable level. Hall could remain in the rotation down the stretch if his initial audition goes well.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Expected to start Saturday

    Hall is expected to start Saturday's game against the Rays, Andy Kostka of The Baltimore Sun reports. Hall has made 18 starts at Triple-A Norfolk this season, posting a 4.76 ERA, 114:44 K:BB and 1.49 WHIP in 70 innings. Several of the Orioles' starters are dealing with injuries, so Hall will get an opportunity to make his major-league debut. The southpaw was a first-round pick by Baltimore in 2017 and has a fastball that can touch triple digits with strong secondary pitches, but he's dealt with injuries and command issues over the last several seasons. Assuming he is ultimately tabbed as Saturday's starting pitcher, it's not yet clear whether he'll remain for multiple turns through the big-league rotation.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Walk issues in Triple-A

    Hall has a 3.86 ERA, 1.43 WHIP and 57:23 K:BB through 35 innings for Triple-A Norfolk. He issued five walks his last time out, and Hall's 5.9 BB/9 since ascending to Triple-A is one major reason that he hasn't yet had the opportunity to make his big-league debut. Stamina is a factor as well -- Hall has finished five innings just once in 11 starts across three levels this season. He's one of the hardest-throwing lefties in all of pro ball and his strikeout upside is obviously spectacular, but Hall's profile as a whole suggests noteworthy relief risk, albeit with ace reliever upside.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Slated to start at High-A on Friday

    Hall will start Friday at High-A Aberdeen, Dan Connolly of The Athletic reports. Hall was transferred from Double-A Bowie to the development list April 8, but he'll make his first minor-league start of the season three weeks later. The southpaw has been effective at limiting runs for most of his career in the minors, but he's had some issues with command.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: On development list

    Hall, who has not pitched in a game this season, was transferred from Double-A Bowie to the development list April 8. Hall's electric stuff is unquestioned, but his strike throwing and durability issues have led to some projecting a future home in the bullpen. Perhaps he is working on his command/control in extended spring training before heading out to a full-season league, as he only threw 31.2 innings in 2021 and will have to have his workload managed this season anyway.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Headed to minors

    Hall was optioned to Double-A Bowie on Monday, Rich Dubroff of BaltimoreBaseball.com reports. Hall made just one appearance in spring training prior to his demotion, striking out a pair of batters in one scoreless inning of relief work. He'll begin the season at Double-A, where he posted a 3.13 ERA and 1.03 WHIP to go along with a 56:16 K:BB across 31.2 innings a year ago. Although he'll begin 2022 with the Baysox, reports emerged earlier in the spring that the southpaw could progress through Baltimore's farm system quickly with the possibility of making his big-league debut at some point during the upcoming campaign.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Could move quickly

    Hall could make his MLB debut this season and may not take long to get there, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. Hall has yet to reach Triple-A and only made seven Double-A starts last season before suffering a stress reaction in his elbow, but the Orioles are clearly quite high on their 2017 first-round pick. Control is an issue for the lefty, as evidenced by his 12.5 percent walk rate, but that was paired with a 43.8 percent strikeout rate and a 60.4 percent groundball rate, helping him to a 3.13 ERA.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Protected from Rule 5 draft

    Hall was added to Baltimore's 40-man roster Friday, Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun reports. This was a forgone conclusion, as Hall is Baltimore's second-best pitching prospect. He suffered a stress reaction in his elbow in July but returned for fall instructs. Hall will need to improve his command and stay healthy in order to reach his lofty ceiling.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Reports to instructional camp

    Hall (elbow) reported to Sarasota, Fla. on Monday to begin taking part in the Orioles' fall instructional league camp, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. Hall made just seven starts for Double-A Bowie this past season before he was diagnosed with a stress reaction in his left elbow in mid-June before being shut down for good six weeks later. The prized young lefty appears to be healthy again following the prolonged break, and his appearance in instructional ball will help him make up for some of the innings he lost due to injury in 2021. Expect Hall to report to Double-A or Triple-A Norfolk to begin the 2022 campaign.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Shut down two more weeks

    Hall (elbow) is expected to begin a throwing program in two weeks, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports. The young lefty has been on the injured list at Double-A Bowie since June 16 with left elbow soreness, and it appears he's still not ready to return to game action. Hall will need some time to build his arm back up, so he's unlikely to be back before mid-August.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Dealing with elbow soreness

    Hall was placed on the 7-day injured list at Double-A Bowie with soreness in his left elbow, Jon Meoli of The Baltimore Sun reports. The young southpaw had an MRI come back clean, but he'll still miss some time after experiencing soreness following his last start Saturday. Hall is expected to be sidelined for at least a couple weeks.
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  • Orioles' DL Hall: Added to player pool

    Hall was added to Baltimore's player pool Thursday, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. Hall is an interesting prospect but has yet to reach Double-A, making him an unlikely candidate to contribute at the big-league level in 2020. He'll head to the team's alternate camp site where he'll continue his development.
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