Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
l
Losses
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Saves
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Strikeouts
bb
Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 0.0 0.00 0.00
2021 1107.9 62.7 5 4 62 28 5.60 1.48
2020 1029.3 56.3 2 3 56 23 3.99 1.37
3y Avg. 131.59.4 69.7 4 4 71 27 4.78 1.33

Fantasy News

  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Expected to avoid surgery

    Angels head athletic trainer Mike Frostad indicated this week that Canning (back) remains on track to avoid surgery, per MLB.com. Canning's lower-back stress fracture cost him the final seven weeks of 2021 and all of 2022, but he's still not expected to need surgery. The right-hander is slated to see a specialist in November, which should provide more clarity about a treatment plan and potential return to throwing. If Canning does in fact avoid surgery, he could be ready to pitch by spring training next season.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Won't pitch this season

    Angels head athletic trainer Mike Frostad said Thursday that Canning (back) has been shut down for the rest of the season, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. Canning missed the final seven weeks of 2021 with a stress fracture in his lower back, and he's been unable to resume throwing since early May while experiencing multiple setbacks in his recovery. The 26-year-old will have six-plus months to get healthy for the start of spring training.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Slated for checkup soon

    Canning is expected to have a checkup on his injured back soon, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Canning is currently shut down from throwing with an uncertain timeline for resuming a throwing program. The right-hander has said that he aims to return this season, but he experienced a setback when attempting to play catch May 16. Canning was subsequently advised to take a conservative, non-surgical approach to treatment, but he could ultimately need surgery if his back doesn't properly heal.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Avoiding surgery for now

    Canning (back) said he won't undergo surgery on his back after visiting a specialist Monday, and he hopes to pitch again this season, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. The right-hander has been battling the back issues since last July and suffered a setback during spring training, but he'll opt for a rehab program rather than surgery. Canning doesn't have a timeline to start a throwing program, so it seems unlikely he'll be back during the first half of the season. He can continue to be considered out indefinitely at least until he's able to participate in some baseball activities..
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Visiting specialist

    Canning (back) will visit a specialist Monday and may require surgery, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Canning has been dealing with back issues dating back to last July. He suffered a setback during spring training but was throwing in April and May before getting set back yet again. His outlook doesn't appear to be particularly good if surgery is on the table, though a better sense of his return timeline should emerge early next week.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Not currently throwing

    Canning (back) hasn't thrown since suffering a setback following a simulated game May 9, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Canning looked to be rehabbing well when throwing bullpen sessions in late April, but he experienced soreness after his first simulated game and hasn't been able to throw since. Per Fletcher, Canning tried to play catch Monday, but that didn't go well. Canning will have a follow-up with a doctor Wednesday, which may provide some clarity about his outlook moving forward.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Suffers setback

    Canning (back) experienced soreness after tossing a simulated game Monday and will scale back his throwing for a few days, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Canning's sim game Monday was only two innings, but the right-hander felt "more soreness than expected" afterward and will now take a step back from his throwing progression. It's not clear if this will affect his timeline for returning to the big club since he's not eligible to return until early June. It's at least encouraging that the Angels hope Canning can play catch Wednesday, per Sam Blum of The Athletic.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Facing hitters Monday

    Canning (back) will face live hitters Monday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Canning began throwing bullpen sessions in mid-April, and he'll face hitters for the first time during Monday's throwing session. He's been throwing off a mound twice a week recently and recently said that he expects to be ready to return when he's first eligible June 6.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Nearing live bullpens

    Canning (back) is expected to begin throwing live bullpen sessions within the next week, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Canning has been throwing off a mound twice a week to build up arm strength. There is no timetable for his return, but news of his progress is encouraging.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Tosses another bullpen session

    Canning (back) threw 30 pitches, including fastballs and changeups, in a bullpen session Tuesday, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. Canning has gradually been raising his pitch count as he works his way toward a return from the lower back stress fracture he suffered last July. The right-hander was initially expected to be ready for Opening Day but has been delayed by a setback that he endured early this spring. Canning has been on a Tuesday/Friday throwing schedule, and he will follow that again this week, possibly upping his pitch count to 35 this Friday, per Blum.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Scheduled to throw Friday

    Canning (back) is expected to toss a bullpen session Friday, Alyson Footer of MLB.com reports. Canning threw 20 pitches -- all of which were fastballs -- in his previous bullpen Tuesday, and he's slated to get back on the mound Friday. The right-hander suffered a lower back stress fracture last July and encountered a setback in March as he prepared for the start of the season. Canning was subsequently placed on the 60-day IL and isn't eligible to return until late May.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Bullpen session scheduled

    Canning (back) will throw a bullpen session Tuesday in Houston, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Canning has been playing long toss since late March and is now prepared for the next step in his throwing program. He isn't eligible to return from the 60-day injured list until early June, though his rehab appears to be on track to this point.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Nearing mound work

    Canning (back) is expected to begin throwing off a mound during the Angels' upcoming road trip, which begins Thursday against the Rangers, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Canning progressed to playing long toss in late March and is now set to resume mound work in the near future. The 25-year-old will miss at least the first two months of the season due to a stress fracture in his back, but his rehab appears to be going smoothly since suffering a setback prior to spring training.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Ready for long-toss throwing

    Canning (back) has been cleared to resume throwing off flat ground from 90 feet this week, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. Canning is seemingly making positive strides in his recovery from a stress fracture in his lower back, but because the Angels placed him on the 60-day injured list earlier this month, he's not going to be ready to make his season debut until at least the second half of May. He still has several checkpoints to hit in his recovery from the injury before he's even ready for a minor-league rehab assignment, but the fact that he's not being shut down from throwing entirely is a good sign at this stage.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Opening season on 60-day IL

    Canning (back) was placed on the 60-day injured list Wednesday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Canning was already ruled out for Opening Day after he sustained a setback in his recovery from a back injury a few weeks ago, and he'll now be unavailable for the first two months of the season. The 25-year-old was expected to compete for the No. 6 spot in the Angels' starting rotation, but he'll now need to build up in the minors once healthy. Reid Detmers and Jaime Barria are now the likely candidates to fill out the rotation.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Incurs setback, out for Opening Day

    Canning said Wednesday that he hit a snag in his recovery from a back injury a few weeks ago and won't be ready to pitch by Opening Day, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. If healthy, Canning would have been in contention for the sixth and final spot in the Angels' rotation heading into Opening Day, but his injury leaves Reid Detmers and Jaime Barria as the primary candidates for the No. 6 role. Canning was shut down in mid-July of last season with a stress fracture in his lower back, so it's somewhat disconcerting that he's already incurred another setback leading up to the start of the 2022 campaign. Because he wasn't particularly effective in his 13 starts with the Angels last season and is now working his way back from injury, Canning seems likelier to report to Triple-A Salt Lake rather than the big club once he's back to full strength.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Done for the season

    Canning (back) will miss the remainder of the 2021 season with a stress fracture in his lower back. Canning landed on the minor-league injured list July 15. It's unclear whether he'll be ready for the start of spring training in 2022. Before being sent down in early July, the righty went 5-4 while posting a 5.60 ERA and 62:28 K:BB in 62.2 innings of work. Canning will almost certainly be placed on the 60-day IL to free up a 40-man roster spot in his absence.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Placed on injured list

    Canning was placed on the 7-day minor-league injured list with a lower back strain Thursday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Canning allowed six runs in two innings during his most recent minor-league start, but his injury may have contributed to his struggles. The severity of the injury isn't known, and it's not yet clear how long the right-hander could be sidelined.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Thursday's start postponed

    Canning won't start Thursday against the Yankees after the game was postponed due to inclement weather. Thursday's matchup will be made up as part of a doubleheader in August, but Canning will simply be pushed back a day to start Friday's series opener at home against the Orioles, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. The right-hander has posted a 2.70 ERA and 1.20 WHIP in 16.2 innings across his last three outings.
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  • Angels' Griffin Canning: Yields three runs in no-decision

    Canning allowed three runs (two earned) on six hits and two walks over five innings in Friday's loss to the Rays. He struck out four and did not factor in the decision. All three runs against Canning scored in the first inning, including a two-run single by Austin Meadows. After that, he rolled through four scoreless frames with four punchouts. He's allowed five earned runs over his last three starts, lowering his season ERA to 4.95 through 60 innings. Canning is lined up to face the Yankees on the road next week.
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