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Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 260.510.9 127.0 7 8 139 36 4.32 1.24
2022 0.0 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 125.59.7 63.3 4 4 67 21 4.69 1.31
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Receives $2.6 million from Angels

    The Angels and Canning avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $2.6 million contract Thursday, Rhett Bollinger of reports. The 27-year-old was in his second year of arbitration eligibility. Canning managed to stay relatively healthy in 2023 and contributed a 4.32 ERA and 139:36 K:BB across 127 innings of work. He'll look to build upon that this season.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Allows two runs in loss

    Canning (7-8) allowed two runs on five hits and two walks while striking out five over six innings to take the loss Wednesday versus the Rangers. Canning went 0-4 over his last six outings of the campaign, though this was his third quality start in that span. The right-hander received no run support Wednesday, allowing Adolis Garcia's RBI double and solo home run to make the early difference. Canning finishes with a 4.32 ERA, 1.24 WHIP and 139:36 K:BB over 127 innings across 24 appearances (22 starts) this year, an improvement on his 5.60 ERA over 62.2 innings in 2021. He did not pitch at all due to a back injury last season.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Fans seven in no-decision

    Canning did not factor into the decision in Thursday's loss to the Rays, allowing two runs on three hits and three walks over five innings. He struck out seven. Canning pitched well enough in his outing to be in line for a win until the Angels bullpen let the lead slip away. Since returning to the rotation Aug. 27, the 27-year-old has made five starts and has a 3.68 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 33:7 K:BB over 29.1 innings. Canning's next outing is currently scheduled to be at home against the Rangers, and it could be his final start of the campaign.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Coughs up four runs

    Canning (7-7) yielded four runs on eight hits and a walk over six innings Friday, striking out seven and taking a loss against Detroit. Canning allowed a run in each of the first two innings and later coughed up solo shots to Javier Baez and Jake Rogers. Over his last three starts, Canning has posted a solid 17:3 K:BB but has gone 0-3 while allowing nine runs. He hasn't picked up a win since snagging one in relief Aug. 19, and his last win in a start was June 24. Canning is currently projected to start in Minnesota next week.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Takes sixth loss

    Canning (7-6) allowed three runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out three over 5.1 innings to take the loss Friday versus the Guardians. This is just the second time in five outings since he returned from a calf injury that Canning has allowed more than two runs. Despite his solid work in that span, including a 29:5 K:BB over 25.1 innings, he's gone just 1-2. The 27-year-old has maintained fairly pedestrian numbers on the year with a 4.34 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 120:30 K:BB through 110 innings over 21 appearances (19 starts). Canning is projected for a home start in Detroit next week, though he may move up to pitch in Seattle if Chase Silseth (concussion) isn't cleared to return.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Pitches well in loss

    Canning (7-5) took the loss Saturday, allowing two runs on four hits over six innings against the Athletics. He struck out seven without issuing a walk. Canning cruised through the first three innings before surrendering a two-run shot to Brent Rooker in the fourth to put the Angels down 2-1. Those would be the only two runs he'd allow on the afternoon as the right-hander retired eight of the next nine batters he faced following the home run and even struck out the side in the sixth. Canning has allowed two earned runs or fewer in five of his last six outings, though he's now lost three of his last four decisions.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Punches out nine in no-decision

    Canning did not factor into the decision Sunday, allowing one run on five hits and a walk over seven innings against the Mets. He struck out nine. Canning was excellent in his first start since July 25, though he was ultimately stuck with a no-decision as the Angels couldn't generate enough run support in a 3-2 loss. Since returning from the IL, the 27-year-old Canning has also made a pair of appearances out of the bullpen, allowing five runs over seven innings. He should stick in the rotation now with Shohei Ohtani (elbow) done pitching for the year. Canning's currently lined up for a road matchup with the A's in his next start.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Slated to start Sunday

    Canning is listed as the Angels' probable starter for Sunday's game against the Mets at Citi Field. Upon returning from the injured list Aug. 13, Canning has made both of his appearances out of the bullpen, covering 3.2 innings Aug. 14 and 3.1 innings Aug. 19. As a result of those extended relief outings, Canning should be reasonably stretched out for starting duty as he formally rejoins the rotation. The right-hander will likely stick in the rotation for the rest of the season after the Angels recently announced that two-way superstar Shohei Ohtani won't pitch again in 2023 due to a torn UCL in his right elbow.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Works in bulk relief again

    Canning (7-4) earned the win over Tampa Bay in Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader, allowing one run on two hits and one walk while striking out five batters over 3.1 innings. Chase Silseth started the contest for the Angels but couldn't get through the fourth inning, giving up three runs in that frame and five overall. Canning entered with two on and two out and got Randy Arozarena to ground out to end the threat, then tossed three more innings, during which he gave up just one run on a Jonathan Aranda solo homer. Canning looked good in the outing, racking up 10 swinging strikes among 52 pitches and punching out five Rays. It was the second straight time that he has thrown in long relief since being activated from the injured list Aug. 13, though it's not clear if that will be the norm for him moving forward or if Canning will eventually move back into the rotation.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Yields four runs

    Canning allowed four runs on six hits and a walk over 3.2 innings in Monday's loss to Texas. He struck out five and did not factor in the decision. Canning was reinstated from the injured list Sunday and made his first appearance since July 25. He entered the game in relief of Patrick Sandoval and retired seven of the first nine batters he faced. Canning will likely move back into the rotation, but it's unclear when he'll make his next appearance. He's sporting a 4.69 ERA with a 96:26 K:BB through 88.1 frames.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Reinstated from IL

    The Angels reinstated Canning (calf) from the 15-day injured list Sunday. Canning was placed on the IL on Aug. 1 due to right calf tightness and will return to the Halos' rotation after a minimum stay. It's unclear when Canning will make his next start for the Angels; however, he is listed in the bullpen ahead of Sunday's game and could come in as a reliever against the Astros. Kenny Rosenberg was optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake in a corresponding move.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Lands on injured list

    Canning was placed on the 15-day injured list Tuesday, retroactive to July 29, with right calf tightness. The right-hander was scratched from his scheduled start Monday in Atlanta due to the injury and will be sidelined for at least the next couple weeks. Canning isn't overly concerned about the injury, per Rhett Bollinger of, and believes he'll be able to return from the injured list when first eligible in mid-August.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Scratched from Monday's start

    Canning was scratched from Monday's start in Atlanta with general soreness, Erica Weston of Bally Sports West reports. Chase Silseth will get the ball Monday instead. Canning said his arm has lingering soreness from his most recent start, but he hopes to rejoin the rotation in a couple days.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Strikes out 12 in no-decision

    Canning allowed two runs on six hits and three walks while striking out 12 over 5.2 innings in a no-decision Monday in the Angels' 4-3 extra-inning win over the Yankees. Canning came up an out short of a quality start, a vast improvement from his season-low 2.2 innings against the Dodgers in his last outing before the All-Star break. He's had a couple of rough patches this season, but Canning's season-best 12 strikeouts have him off to a good start in the second half. He's at a 4.52 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 83:25 K:BB over 79.2 innings across 15 starts this season. The right-hander is projected for a road start in Detroit next week, though he could be moved up into the weekend home series versus the Pirates if the Angels opt to shuffle their rotation with a pair of off days within the next week.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Pulled early in loss

    Canning (6-4) took the loss against the Dodgers on Friday, allowing four runs on five hits and one walk over 2.2 innings. He didn't strike out any batters. Canning was knocked around early and often by the Dodgers, surrendering solo home runs in each of the first, second and third innings. He was pulled with two outs in the third after allowing three straight batters to reach with two outs. Canning had been pitching well coming into Friday's collapse, posting a 3.00 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and 46:10 K:BB over 42 innings across his previous seven starts. However, he heads into the All-Star break with mostly mediocre overall numbers, including a 4.62 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and 8.6 K/9 over 14 starts.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Takes third loss

    Canning (6-3) took the loss Friday, allowing five runs on three hits and four walks over six innings against the Diamondbacks. He struck out nine. Canning actually tied his season high for strikeouts in a game, but his day was spoiled by Lourdes Gurriel's grand slam early on. Even with this loss, however, the right-hander still posted a 3.41 ERA in the month of June, a season low for him. His next start is tentatively scheduled to be against the Padres on Wednesday.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Griffin Canning is getting harder to dismiss even though his exit velocity readings remain high. With his six shutout innings Saturday -- at Colorado, no less -- he now has a 2.25 ERA, 0.89 WHIP and 9.3 K/9 over his past six starts. Reduce it to five starts, and he has only three walks in 29 innings with a 14 percent swinging-strike rate. That's how he's surviving all the hard contact. He's giving up his share of home runs but allowing few baserunners otherwise. All the ERA estimators suggest it's unlikely to continue, but he's been backing off his fastball in favor of more sliders and changeups, which seems like a recipe for success. My biggest hesitation is that he'll rarely be a two-start pitcher since the Angels are often going six-man for Shohei Ohtani.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Sleeper pitchers for Week 12 (June 12-18)

    Canning continued his good work over the weekend, giving him four strong starts in a row thanks in large part to fading his fastball. His matchup at Kansas City this week is the most favorable he's had during that stretch.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Delivers another quality start

    Canning allowed one run on four hits and a walk while striking out four over six innings Sunday against the Astros. He did not factor into the decision. Canning navigated through the Astros' order for his third consecutive quality start. His only blemish for the day was a solo home run given up to Yainer Diaz, but otherwise, Canning did not surrender an extra-base hit. The 27-year-old has given up three runs over his last 19 frames and has been the Angels' most consistent pitcher of late. He's lowered his ERA to a 4.47 to go with a 1.24 WHIP and 43:15 K:BB over 48.1 innings and will look to keep things rolling next weekend against Seattle.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Possible waiver wire pickups

    If you're having to go the bargain basement route at starting pitcher, Griffin Canning makes for a more interesting pickup than someone like Ben Lively. You don't have to squint so hard to see the upside here. His overall numbers still leave much to be desired, but he's coming off his best two starts of the season, first two-hitting the Red Sox over seven innings May 23 and then striking out nine White Sox over six innings Monday. Even more impressive than the nine strikeouts were the 20 swinging strikes. In both of these starts, he cut down on his fastball and made better use of what's an impressive secondary arsenal. A former top-100 prospect, Canning made waves as a rookie in 2019 before injuries set him back. He's worth a speculative add in deeper leagues now.
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