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Wins
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Earned Run Average
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Fantasy Points
Oct 5, 2022 6.0 7 10 4.64 22.5
Sep 30, 2022 6.0 6 10 4.72 7.5
Sep 24, 2022 5.2 6 9 4.73 13.5
Sep 18, 2022 3.1 6 9 4.88 -4.5
Sep 12, 2022 6.0 6 8 4.71 13

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 219.58.1 135.7 7 10 107 62 4.64 1.33
2021 30.5 23.3 3 28 8 9.26 1.71
3y Avg. 1167.3 79.3 4 6 68 35 5.33 1.40
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Quality start in finale

    Otto (7-10) got the win after he pitched six innings, giving up two runs on four hits and two walks while striking out five in Wednesday's season finale versus the Yankees. Otto kept the Yankees in check Wednesday, limiting them to six total baserunners while notching his second straight quality start. He gave up one run in the second inning before Jose Trevino launched a solo homer in the fourth frame, accounting for the final run on his line. Otto will finish the campaign with a 4.64 ERA and 1.33 WHIP while striking out 107 batters over 135.2 innings in 27 starts with the Rangers.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Takes loss in quality start

    Otto (6-10) gave up three earned runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out seven over six innings to take the loss in a 4-1 defeat against the Angels on Friday. Otto racked up seven or more strikeouts for the fourth time this season but gave up a couple of home runs that ultimately led to him being saddled with his 10th loss of the year. The strikeout-heavy performance is an encouraging sign from Otto, who has a poor K/BB of 1.7 in 26 starts this season. The 26-year-old right-hander is tentatively expected to make his next start in the final game of the season against the Yankees.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Solid in no-decision

    Otto did not factor into the decision Saturday, allowing one run on three hits with one walk over 5.2 innings against the Guardians. He struck out three. After walking Steven Kwan on four straight pitches to start the game, Otto went on to retire the next 12 batters he faced. His only major mistake on the night came in the fifth when he left a slider over the plate and served up a solo homer to Oscar Gonzalez to lead off the inning. The right-hander has earned a win in just two of his 12 starts since the All-Star break. He's projected to take the mound again next week against the Angels.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Charged with ninth loss

    Otto (6-9) allowed four runs on seven hits and no walks while striking out three in 3.1 innings to take the loss Sunday against the Rays. Otto tossed a scoreless first frame during Sunday's matchup, but he gave up four runs over the next two innings and was forced to settle for his ninth loss of the season. Sunday's start was just the second time this year that Otto hasn't lasted at least four innings, and he's posted a 5.40 ERA and 1.25 WHIP in 18.1 innings over four appearances in September. He projects to make his next start at home against the Guardians on Saturday.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Quality start in Monday's matinee

    Otto didn't factor into the decision in a 3-2 win over the Marlins in the first game of Monday's doubleheader, giving up two runs on three hits and two walks over six innings. He struck out two. The right-hander exited the game in line for his ninth loss of the year, but the Rangers' offense got going in the seventh inning. The quality start was Otto's sixth of the season, but three of them have come in eight outings since the beginning of August, a stretch during which he sports a 3.37 ERA and 33:20 K:BB through 42.2 innings.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Chased after four innings

    Otto did not factor into the decision Tuesday, allowing three runs on five hits and one walk over four innings against Houston. He struck out five. Otto never really found his groove Tuesday, as he failed to record a clean inning and allowed runs to score in each of the second, third and fourth innings before being pulled from the game. The start was his first of fewer than five innings since July 12, a stretch in which he only recorded two wins despite a respectable 4.04 ERA. Otto will try to get back on track in his next start, which figures to be at Miami next week.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Fans eight in five innings

    Otto didn't factor in the decision against Boston on Thursday, allowing three runs on four hits and one walk while striking out eight batters over five-plus innings. Otto had his strikeout stuff working against the Red Sox, as he notched a season-high eight punchouts while inducing 12 swinging strikes. He departed after giving up a leadoff homer to Alex Verdugo in the sixth inning, but he was in line for the win with Texas up by a run. The Rangers' bullpen collapsed late in the game, however, denying Otto of a second straight victory. The right-hander nonetheless started September on a decent foot after posting a promising 2.93 ERA and 1.23 WHIP across five starts covering 27.2 innings in August. On another positive note, Otto walked only one batter Thursday following a four-game stretch during which he averaged 3.8 free passes per contest.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Wins despite giving up four runs

    Otto (6-8) earned the win against the Tigers on Friday, allowing four runs on five hits while striking out three and walking two over five innings. Otto's outing Friday was not pretty, but it did the job. He threw 48 of 80 pitches for strikes across four frames, but was able to pick up the win thanks to an offensive outburst from his team. The righty has only completed six innings five times in 20 starts, whether by design or because of his performance. Friday's four-run clunker raised Otto's ERA to 4.79.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Solid in no-decision

    Otto allowed an unearned run on three hits and three walks with one strikeout in 5.2 innings in a no-decision versus the Twins on Saturday. The lone run against Otto came in the fifth inning on a Luis Arraez single after Jake Cave reached on an error. Otto came up one out short of a quality start. Walks have re-emerged as an issue for the 26-year-old -- he's issued 17 free passes across 27.2 innings through his last five starts. He has a 4.66 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 71:52 K:BB through 94.2 innings across 19 starts overall. The right-hander is projected for a home start versus the Tigers next week.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Effectively wild in win

    Otto (5-8) earned the win Monday, allowing one run on two hits and six walks over six innings against the Athletics. He struck out one. Otto remarkably got through six innings of one-run ball despite walking six A's batters Monday. The effort was emblematic of his season as a whole, as he has walked fewer than three batters in just seven out of 17 starts this season. Regardless, the quality start brought Otto's ERA under 5.00 for the season. He next lines up to face Minnesota this weekend.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Lasts five innings versus Astros

    Otto pitched five innings, giving up two runs on four hits and four walks while striking out five in Wednesday's extra-inning win over the Astros. He did not factor into the decision. Otto allowed one run in the bottom of the second before surrendering a game-tying solo homer to Kyle Tucker in the fourth frame, which knotted the score at 2-2. He was able to pitch a scoreless fifth inning before being removed after the frame. Otto has now allowed at least one home run in five consecutive outings, surrendering six long balls over that stretch. Since returning from the COVID-19-related injured list June 26, the right-hander has posted an inflated 6.12 ERA and 1.48 WHIP with 36 strikeouts over 42.2 innings in nine starts.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Fans seven in loss

    Otto (4-8) allowed two runs on four hits and a walk over six innings Friday, striking out seven and taking the loss against Texas. Otto gave up one run through three frames before serving up a go-ahead solo shot to Eloy Jimenez. The 6-foot-3 righty lowered his season ERA to 5.31 after allowing fewer than three runs for just the second time in his last eight appearances. He also tied his season best with seven punchouts. Otto will carry a 64:39 K:BB into his projected outing in Houston next week.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Takes no-decision Saturday

    Otto allowed four runs on four hits, three walks and two hit batters while striking out five in five innings in a no-decision versus the Angels on Saturday. Otto struggled to find the zone, throwing 43 of 73 pitches for strikes. He's gone 0-5 with two no-decisions in his last seven starts, and he's allowed at least three runs in six of those outings. The right-hander owns a 5.50 ERA, 1.46 WHIP and 57:38 K:BB in 72 innings across 15 starts this year. Otto is projected for a home start against the White Sox next week.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Yields three runs in loss

    Otto (4-7) allowed three runs on seven hits, one walk and a hit batter while striking out five over 5.1 innings, taking the loss Monday versus the Mariners. Otto got through the Mariners' order without much trouble once, but they accumulated two runs on four hits in the fourth inning. Ty France added a solo shot in the fifth, and the Rangers' offense couldn't get Otto off the hook. The 26-year-old right-hander has given up at least three runs in five of his last six starts, going 0-5 in that span, a noticeable struggle since he returned from the COVID-19 injured list in late June. He now has a 5.37 ERA, 1.46 WHIP and 52:35 K:BB across 67 innings in 14 starts. He's projected to make his next start this weekend on the road against the Angels.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Takes loss in quality start

    Otto (4-6) gave up three earned runs on five hits and a walk while striking out four over six innings to take the loss in a 6-2 defeat to the Mariners on Sunday. Otto gave up a couple of homer runs but held the red-hot Mariners to three runs to earn his third quality start of the season. Otto came into the game with a bloated 6.08 ERA in July so the quality start could help him to build some positive momentum for the second half. Opponents are hitting .306 on his fastball which averages only 93 mph, so he could find more success if he uses his slider more often. Otto struggled in his last start against the Athletics, but he will have a chance to redeem himself against one of the league's worst offenses in his next expected start Friday at Oakland.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Can't escape fifth inning

    Otto didn't factor into the decision during Tuesday's 14-7 loss to Oakland, allowing four runs on six hits and one walk with three strikeouts in 4.1 innings. Otto surrendered a single run in the second inning before permitting four baserunners and three runs in the fifth, prompting his removal. The 26-year-old has now allowed a total of 14 runs over his last 15.1 innings across four starts, pushing his ERA from 4.24 to 5.50 in the process. Otto is tentatively penciled in for one more start Sunday at home against Seattle prior to the All-Star break.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Takes tough loss Wednesday

    Otto (4-5) took the loss Wednesday as the Rangers fell 2-1 to the Orioles, giving up two runs (one earned) on three hits and three walks over five innings. He struck out five. Both runs crossed the plate in the second inning, as with two outs and two runners in scoring position, Corey Seager attempted to make a bare-handed play on a soft grounder, only to throw the ball away and allow two runs to score instead of just one on the infield single. Otto got the hook after 91 pitches (58 strikes) and no further damage, but the Rangers' offense couldn't erase the deficit. It was the right-hander's best effort in three starts since returning from the COVID-19 list, but on the season he still carries a shaky 5.26 ERA, 1.50 WHIP and 40:32 K:BB through 51.1 innings.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Lit up in return

    Otto (4-3) gave up six earned runs on six hits and three walks over two innings to take the loss in a 6-4 defeat to the Nationals on Sunday. He struck out one. Otto was ineffective in his first start since returning from the COVID-19-related injured list. He walked three batters, and the Nationals took advantage of his control problems with a barrage of hits. Otto hadn't given up more than two runs in his four previous appearances, so the 26-year-old rookie has shown the ability to play at the big-league level. He is tentatively scheduled to make his next start against the powerful Mets offense on Saturday.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Activated, will start Sunday

    The Rangers reinstated Otto (illness) from the COVID-19-related injured list Sunday. He's listed as the Rangers' starting pitcher for the team's series finale with the Nationals in Arlington. Otto will make his return to the Texas rotation after he covered 2.2 innings five days ago in his lone rehab start with Triple-A Round Rock, giving up four runs (three earned) on six hits and two walks while striking out three. Prior to testing positive for COVID-19 on June 10 and landing on the IL, Otto had compiled a 4.24 ERA and 1.36 WHIP across eight starts with Texas.
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  • Rangers' Glenn Otto: Rejoining rotation Sunday

    The Rangers are expected to activate Otto (illness) from the COVID-19-related injured list and have him serve as a bulk-inning pitcher in Sunday's game against the Nationals, Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports. Kennedi Landry of MLB.com notes that the Rangers intend to have Brett Martin serve as an opening pitcher Sunday, so Otto will be making his first appearance out of the bullpen after previously making eight starts prior to landing on the IL. The Rangers should make Otto's activation official shortly before the game's 2:35 p.m. ET opening pitch.
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