Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
l
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
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 21 6.0 1 6 2 7.50 1.50
3y Avg. 3.53.5 3.0 0 3 1 6.00 1.67

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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Will ramp up slowly in camp

    Meyer is fully recovered from his elbow injury, but the Marlins won't push him too hard to begin spring training, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. "It's probably more mental than the physical," manager Skip Schumaker said Thursday about a group of pitchers that also includes Trevor Rogers and Anthony Bender. "They are healthy physically and trying to get over that mental hurdle of what if they throw too hard or throw too much [or] it's just gonna happen again. It's more of a mental hurdle than anything." Meyer, the third overall pick in the 2020 MLB Draft, underwent Tommy John surgery in August 2022 and didn't pitch at all last season after the Marlins elected not to send him to the Arizona Fall League. The 24-year-old right-hander displayed an ace-level arsenal prior to the surgery, and a strong showing in camp could land Meyer in the Opening Day rotation as the team looks to fill the hole left by Sandy Alcantara (elbow).
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Ready to throw off mound

    Meyer (elbow) will begin a bullpen progression this week, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Making his way back from last August's Tommy John surgery, Meyer has thrown on flat ground without incident and is ready to progress to the bump. It's possible he'll be ready for games by the Arizona Fall League, with the hope that he'll be full-go for the 2024 campaign.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Candidate to pitch in AFL

    Meyer (elbow) could recover in time to pitch in the Arizona Fall League, Baseball America reports. He underwent Tommy John surgery last August and is unlikely to be a full-go until October. The AFL runs from early-October through mid-November, so it wouldn't be surprising if Meyer isn't quite ready in time, but he should at least be a full participant in spring training early next year.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Throwing out to 135 feet

    Meyer (elbow) has extended his flat-ground throwing to 135 feet, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Meyer underwent Tommy John surgery last August and might not appear in any sort of live games in 2023, but he continues to take encouraging steps. The 24-year-old right-hander still ranks as a top-100 prospect through the recovery process and might be a candidate for the Opening Day rotation in Miami next season.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Tossing from 75 feet out

    The Marlins announced Monday that Meyer (elbow) has been cleared to play catch from 75 feet, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Meyer recently appears to have initiated a throwing program after spending the past few months navigating the early stages of his rehab from Tommy John surgery, which he underwent Aug. 9. The Marlins are still developing the 24-year-old right-hander as a starting pitcher, but if he avoids any setbacks while passing through the multiple checkpoints he still needs to clear in his rehab program, he likely won't be available as anything more than a multi-inning reliever in the event he returns from the 60-day injured list before season's end, which is far from a sure thing.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Placed on 60-day IL

    Meyer (elbow) was placed on the 60-day injured list Thursday. Meyer required Tommy John surgery last August and probably won't be ready for live action again until the closing weeks of the 2023 regular season.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Nearing return to throwing

    Meyer (elbow) said Wednesday he expects to begin a throwing program within the next few weeks, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. The 23-year-old underwent Tommy John surgery in August, so a return to throwing six months later would be an encouraging sign for his recovery timeline. Meyer still faces a lengthy rehab schedule to build back his arm strength, but a return late in the 2023 campaign appears possible, assuming he avoids any setbacks.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Moved to 60-day IL

    Meyer (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Friday, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Meyer needs Tommy John surgery, and it couldn't have come at a worse time on the calendar as he may not be ready for game action until after the 2023 season. In the meantime, Trevor Rogers also landed on the shelf with backs spasms, so Nick Neidert may be on his way up from Triple-A to join the Marlins' rotation.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Requires Tommy John surgery

    Meyer (elbow) underwent an MRI on Monday that revealed a tear in his UCL which will require Tommy John surgery, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Meyer exited his second major-league start Saturday due to right elbow discomfort, and the issue will ultimately force him to miss the rest of the 2022 season and most or all of next year. It's a significant blow for the highly-regarded prospect, who posted a 3.72 ERA and 1.00 WHIP in 58 innings over 12 starts at Triple-A Jacksonville this year prior to making his big-league debut in mid-July.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Heading to injured list

    Meyer was placed on the 15-day injured list Sunday with a sprained right elbow, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. The 23-year-old exited Saturday's start with elbow discomfort during the first inning, and he'll now move to the IL after being diagnosed with a sprain. The severity of the injury remains unclear, but it wouldn't be surprising if Meyer is on the shelf beyond the 15-day minimum given it's an elbow issue.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Dealing with elbow discomfort

    Meyer left Saturday's start versus the Pirates with right elbow discomfort. After leaving the start against the Pirates in the first inning, it was deemed that Meyer was dealing with right elbow discomfort. The rookie was sidelined earlier this season with ulnar nerve irritation in the same elbow, making the news particularly troublesome for the right-hander. Meyer seems likely to be placed on the 15-day injured list in the coming days.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Exits start early

    Meyer exited Saturday's start against the Pirates in the first inning with an undisclosed injury, Jake Crouse of MLB.com reports. Meyer retired the first two batters he faced in the outing, but left the contest after walking Ke'Bryan Hayes and signaling to the dugout. The rookie appears to have been dealing with soreness in his right arm and more information will likely be provided later in the evening. Zach Pop replaced him on the mound and Meyer can be considered day-to-day for now.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Remains in rotation

    Meyer is listed as the Marlins' scheduled starting pitcher for Saturday's game in Pittsburgh. The Marlins' decision not to immediately option Meyer to Triple-A Jacksonville following his MLB debut July 16 was a strong indication the right-hander would stick in the rotation coming out of the All-Star break, but now the matter is official. Though he'll get another start Saturday, Meyer may need to deliver better results to build some job security after he yielded five runs on seven hits -- including two home runs -- and one walk across 5.1 innings in a loss to the Phillies. Both Edward Cabrera (elbow) and Jesus Luzardo (forearm) are in the midst of rehab assignments and could displace Meyer from the rotation, likely in early August.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Yields five runs in debut

    Meyer (0-1) took the loss against Philadelphia on Saturday, allowing five runs on seven hits and one walk over 5.1 innings. He struck out five batters. Meyer was called up prior to the game to make his big-league debut. The 23-year-old navigated through three scoreless frames before serving up a two-run homer to J.T. Realmuto in the fourth inning. He gave up a solo shot to Rhys Hoskins in the sixth, then watched from the dugout as two more runs were charged to his ledger. Despite the rough debut, Meyer is expected to get additional turns in the rotation following the All-Star break.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Contract officially selected

    Meyer's contract was selected from Triple-A Jacksonville prior to Saturday's start against the Phillies, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Meyer is one of the top pitching prospects in baseball and will make his major-league debut Saturday after he posted a 3.72 ERA and 1.00 WHIP in 58 innings over 12 starts in Jacksonville to begin the year. It wouldn't be surprising to see the right-hander make at least one more turn through the rotation following Saturday's start, particularly if Edward Cabrera (elbow) is unable to return shortly after the All-Star break.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Set for big-league debut

    Meyer will be promoted to the majors and start a game during Miami's weekend series against the Phillies, Craig Mish of SportsGrid.com reports. Meyer is one of the most highly-anticipated pitching prospects to make his debut in 2022. He is expected to start Saturday, though the team has not made any official announcement. Meyer has maintained a 3.72 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 65:19 K:BB across 58 innings with Triple-A Jacksonville this season.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Set to rejoin Jacksonville rotation

    Meyer (elbow) will be activated from Triple-A Jacksonville's 7-day injured Wednesday, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Meyer is scheduled to pitch for Jacksonville on Wednesday for the first time since May 17, but it's unclear if he'll start or work out of the bullpen. Edward Cabrera (elbow) is scheduled to make a rehab appearance for Jacksonville on Wednesday, and the Marlins could elect to have Cabrera pitch ahead of Meyer to better manage his workload. In any case, Meyer looks to be healthy again after a month-long shutdown due to a sore right elbow. The 23-year-old was sharp during his lone rehab start for Single-A Jupiter on July 17, striking out four while allowing one earned run on one hit and no walks over three innings.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Rehabbing at Single-A

    Meyer (elbow) made a rehab start Friday for Single-A Jupiter, striking out four over three innings while allowing one earned run on one hit. Meyer had been sidelined for a month due to ulnar nerve irritation in his right elbow before he made a successful return to game action for Jupiter. The Marlins could have Meyer make one more rehab start at Jupiter or with Double-A Pensacola before he's activated from Triple-A Jacksonville's 7-day injured list.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Resuming throwing program

    Meyer (elbow) is scheduled to throw off flat ground Thursday, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. The 23-year-old landed on the injured list last week with ulnar nerve irritation in his right elbow, but he'll return to throwing Thursday after being shut down for a week. Meyer will likely need some time to build his arm back up, but he could return to mound work soon since the shutdown was relatively brief.
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  • Marlins' Max Meyer: Hits injured list with nerve issue

    Meyer was placed on the 7-day injured list at Triple-A Jacksonville on Thursday with ulnar nerve irritation, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Meyer appears to be closing in on his major-league debut before two poor outings in the last week, but he won't get that opportunity in the immediate future. While any arm issue is potentially quite worrisome for a pitcher, the Marlins don't appear to be too concerned at this stage. The injury isn't thought to be particularly serious, as he'll skip just one start before being re-evaluated.
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