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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Earned Run Average
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Sep 30, 2022 6.0 7 6 3.77 26.5
Sep 24, 2022 4.0 6 6 3.88 -4
Sep 18, 2022 6.0 6 5 3.71 21.5
Sep 12, 2022 5.0 5 5 3.82 3.5
Sep 2, 2022 4.1 5 5 3.67 -2

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
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 27010.8 129.0 7 6 122 46 3.77 1.21
2021 10.52.1 20.7 1 3 19 11 7.40 1.79
3y Avg. 97.59.8 50.0 3 3 47 19 4.32 1.28
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Strikes out nine in win

    Detmers (7-6) gave up one earned run on four hits and a walk while striking out nine over six innings to earn the win in a 4-1 victory over the Rangers on Friday. Detmers had his heavy slider working well all evening and piled up nine strikeouts on 21 swinging strikes as the Rangers hitters looked overwhelmed by the pitch. It was a high note on which to end the 2022 season for Detmers. He struggled for most of the opening months, but he also pitched the only no-hitter of the year so far. He posted excellent numbers in July and August after a brief stint in the minors. The 23-year-old left-hander's flashes of dominance this season make him a high-upside candidate for 2023.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Shaky in sixth loss

    Detmers (6-6) took the loss against Minnesota on Saturday, allowing five runs (four earned) on eight hits and no walks while striking out two batters over four innings. Detmers couldn't find his footing in the loss, allowing two runs in the first inning and one run in each of the following three frames. He didn't walk any batters but notched only two strikeouts -- his fewest since June 8. Detmers looked like he had turned a corner between July 8 and Aug. 13, posting a 1.50 ERA, 1.03 WHIP and 47:13 K:BB over 36 innings across six starts during that stretch. He's taken a step back since, however, registering a 5.28 ERA and 1.72 WHIP along with a poor 22:11 K:BB over his subsequent six outings.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Bounces back Sunday

    Detmers (6-5) allowed a run on four hits, two walks and a hit batsman while striking out three in six innings to earn the win Sunday over the Mariners. Detmers was able to limit the Mariners to an Adam Frazier RBI single in the second inning. Detmers hadn't completed six frames in any of his last five starts. The 23-year-old southpaw's strong start lowered his ERA to 3.71 with a 1.20 WHIP and 111:45 K:BB through 119 innings across 23 starts. He's lined up for a road start in Minnesota next weekend.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Tagged with four runs

    Detmers yielded four runs on six hits and two walks over five frames against Cleveland on Monday. He struck out three and did not factor in the decision. Detmers was cursed by a brutal second inning in which he allowed all four runs, including a two-run double by Austin Hedges. Shoddy infield defense and a couple blatant misses by the home plate umpire didn't help matters. The 23-year-old lefty saw his season ERA climb to 3.82 alongside a 108:43 K:BB through 22 starts. After yielding two or fewer runs in six straight outings, Detmers has given up four runs in three of his last four starts. He's projected to face Seattle at home next week.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Pushed off weekend start

    Detmers is scheduled to make his next start Monday in Cleveland, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. The Angels had previously confirmed Detmers as their starting pitcher for Sunday's series finale in Houston, but the young southpaw will be bumped back a day in the schedule as a matter of maintenance in his first full season in the big leagues. Additionally, Detmers has already faced Houston three times this season, so the Angels may have wanted to spare him from another potential blowup after he surrendered four runs on seven hits and two walks over 4.1 innings his last time out against the Astros on Sept. 2.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Handed loss Friday

    Detmers (5-5) allowed four runs on seven hits and two walks with six strikeouts over 4.1 innings, taking the loss Friday versus the Astros. Detmers allowed the Astros to score twice in the third inning, and he put three runners aboard in the fifth, with Jose Marte allowing two of them to score. Over his last four starts, Detmers has alternated between good and bad performances. He's given up 10 runs, 26 hits and 10 walks in 19 innings in that span. He's at a 3.67 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 105:41 K:BB through 108 innings across 21 starts this year. The southpaw is projected for a rematch with the Astros in Houston next weekend.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Blanks Jays for fifth win

    Detmers (5-4) picked up the win in Friday's 12-0 rout of the Blue Jays, allowing four hits and three walks over 5.1 scoreless innings. He struck out five. The 23-year-old southpaw dealt with traffic on the bases in each of the first three innings but escaped without any damage as the Angels built a 7-0 lead, and Detmers cruised from that point on. He exited after 105 pitches (66 strikes). Over 33.2 innings since the All-Star break, he sports a 2.14 ERA, 1.34 WHIP and 42:14 K:BB while winning three of his six starts.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Surrenders 10 hits in loss

    Detmers (4-4) took the loss against Detroit on Saturday, allowing four runs on 10 hits and two walks while striking out three batters over 4.1 innings. Detmers had been on a roll entering the contest, posting a 1.50 ERA, 1.03 WHIP and 11.8 K/9 over six starts since his July 8 return from the minors. However, he clearly lacked his best stuff against the Tigers, as he recorded only three strikeouts and and surrendered four extra-base hits (all doubles). The Angels will hope that this was merely a blip on the radar and not an indication that Detmers is dealing with any sort of physical issue. According to Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com, the rookie's velocity was down a tick in the outing, so that's something to keep an eye on moving forward.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Sleeper pitchers for Week 20 (Aug. 15-21)

    With how dominant he's been since rediscovering his slider in the minors, I'm to the point where I'd start Detmers against just about anyone. It's an easy call this week against a Tigers team that ranks dead last in runs scored.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Yields two runs

    Detmers allowed two runs on five hits and three walks while striking out nine over five innings in a no-decision versus the Twins on Saturday. Detmers has recorded at least six strikeouts in eight straight starts, but he wasn't very efficient Saturday. The southpaw needed 96 pitches (62 strikes) to complete five frames, with Carlos Correa's solo home run and sacrifice fly accounting for the damage on his line. Detmers hasn't allowed more than two runs in one outing since the start of July. He owns a 3.45 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 91:34 K:BB through 94 innings across 18 starts overall. The 23-year-old is projected for a favorable road start versus the Tigers next weekend.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Strikes out seven in win

    Detmers (4-3) earned the win in Game 2 of Saturday's 7-1 victory over Seattle, allowing one run on six hits and one walk with seven strikeouts in seven innings. Detmers kept the damage to a minimum early and surrendered only one run on a Luis Torrens solo shot in the fifth. This was the lefty's third straight start permitting one earned run or fewer. The 23-year-old has pitched to a 1.16 ERA in five starts since the start of July while recording 38 strikeouts in 31 innings. Detmers possesses 3.44 ERA and 1.04 WHIP with 82 strikeouts in 89 innings across 17 starts and lines up to pitch again versus Minnesota next weekend.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Sleeper pitchers for Week 18 (Aug. 1-7)

    With a 10-strikeout effort Sunday, Detmers is now 4 for 4 in delivering effective starts since taking some time to repair his slider in the minors. The Mariners make for an inviting enough matchup in Week 18.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Possible waiver wire pickups

    It's becoming all the more clear that Detmers is a changed pitcher since rediscovering his slider in the minors. It was up again 2.3 mph during his latest start Sunday in which he shut out the Braves over five innings. In three starts since returning, he has a 1.06 ERA, 0.94 WHIP and 10.1 K/9 as compared to 4.66, 1.10 and 6.8 before then. The one drawback is that he plays for the team most committed to a six-man rotation, which means he'll rarely be a two-start possibility for you.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Decent in no-decision

    Detmers allowed two runs on five hits, three walks and a hit batter while striking out six over six innings in a no-decision versus the Astros on Thursday. Detmers wasn't as dominant as he was versus the Orioles last Friday, but he still turned in his second straight quality start and his third such effort of the season. The 23-year-old southpaw limited the damage Thursday to the first inning, allowing four baserunners and both runs in the opening frame before settling in. He now has a 4.11 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 57:25 K:BB across 70 innings in 14 starts this season. Detmers won't pitch again until after the All-Star break, but his recent performance makes it seem likely he'll be in the rotation when play resumes, especially if the Angels go back to rolling six starters.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Awarded second turn in rotation

    Detmers is listed as the Angels' scheduled starting pitcher for Thursday's game against the Astros in Anaheim. The Angels' decision to keep Detmers in the rotation for a second straight turn comes as little surprise after the team optioned fellow starter Chase Silseth to Double-A Rocket City over the weekend. With the Angels shortening their rotation to five men this week ahead of the All-Star break, Detmers was able to stick with the big club over Silseth after he struck out seven over six scoreless innings in Baltimore last Friday. Detmers owns a pedestrian 19.8 percent strikeout rate in the majors this season, but he's recaptured his swing-and-miss stuff over his past two outings between the Angels and Triple-A Salt Lake, racking up 21 punchouts over 12 frames.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Possible waiver wire pickups

    What Detmers showed in his return from the minor leagues Friday I thought was even more encouraging than what he showed during his no-hitter in May -- in short, the ability to miss bats. His 13 swinging strikes were a season high, and his slider usage was way up: 41 percent compared to 16.5 percent previously. After being sent down, he discovered a mechanical flaw that prevented that pitch from having its usual bite. He proved it was back in his one start at Triple-A, striking out 14 over six innings. "It was my out pitch last year and this year, I haven't really had that out pitch," Detmers said. Now that his best pitch has been restored, a new world of possibilities is open to him.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Tosses six scoreless frames

    Detmers allowed two hits and a walk while striking out seven in six scoreless innings during Friday's loss to the Orioles. He didn't factor into the decision. The left-hander stepped in as a starter Friday after Michael Lorenzen (shoulder) was placed on the injured list, and Detmers was sharp in his return to the major-league mound. He posted a career-high seven strikeouts and left the game with the Angels holding a three-run lead, but he was forced to settle for a no-decision after the bullpen was unable to preserve the advantage. If he draws another start prior to the All-Star break, he tentatively lines up to take the mound at home against the Dodgers next Friday.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Officially called up

    Detmers was called up from Triple-A Salt Lake to start Friday's contest against the Orioles. As expected, Detmers will be on the mound Friday night against the Orioles, returning to the majors after making one start at Triple-A. The left-hander struggled in his two starts prior to being sent down, surrendering nine runs over 8.2 frames while allowing four home runs. He will look to return to the form he flashed before that, a stretch in which he tossed 8.2 scoreless innings, when he toes the rubber on what also happens to be his 23rd birthday.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Locked in for start Friday

    Detmers is listed as the Angels' starting pitcher for Friday's game in Baltimore and will be formally recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake prior to the contest. As anticipated, Detmers will step back into the Anaheim rotation as a replacement for Michael Lorenzen (shoulder), who was moved to the 15-day injured list. Though he earned a spot in the Angels' Opening Day rotation and delivered a solid 1.10 WHIP among his first 12 starts of the season while also tossing a no-hitter against the Rays on May 10, Detmers was prone to the long ball (1.71 HR/9) and turned in a weak 18.6 percent strikeout rate. The lack of punchouts were a surprise for a pitcher who had been one of the minors' most prolific strikeout artists in 2021, but Detmers could re-emerge as an asset in that category as he makes his return from Triple-A. In his lone start with Salt Lake after being optioned June 22, Detmers struck out 14 over six innings. According to Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com, Detmers worked with the Angels' minor-league pitching coordinator to tweak his slider, and the 23-year-old southpaw believes the success he found in his lone minor-league outing will set him up for success as he rejoins the big club.
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  • Angels' Reid Detmers: Likely starting Friday

    Detmers will likely start Friday's game against the Orioles, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. The Angels need somebody to fill a rotation spot for Friday's matchup in Baltimore after Michael Lorenzen (shoulder) was placed on the 15-day injured list, and Detmers will likely rejoin the active roster after being sent down in late June. He allowed just one run on three hits and a walk while striking out 14 in six innings during a start at Triple-A Salt Lake on June 29, and he'll be pitching on full rest if he ultimately takes the mound for the Angels in Baltimore.
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