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Oct 4, 2022 3 3 4.00 1 -2
Oct 2, 2022 3 3 3.90 1 1
Sep 30, 2022 3 3 3.92 1 -3.5
Sep 28, 2022 3 3 3.67 1 -1
Sep 25, 2022 3 3 3.58 1 2

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2023 0.00 0.00
2022 118.52 63.0 3 3 1 63 22 4.00 1.33
2021 42.51.3 35.0 1 27 18 6.17 1.60
3y Avg. 74.51.6 49.0 2 2 0 45 20 4.78 1.43
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Set to open Game 2

    Vest is expected to start Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Mariners, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. The 27-year-old made an emergency start last week and is set to start again in Tuesday's nightcap, assuming he isn't needed to pitch in Game 1. Vest hasn't covered more than an inning during any of his past 10 outings, so he's unlikely to record more than a few outs as an opener.
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Starting Wednesday

    Vest will start Wednesday's game against the Royals, Cody Stavenhagen of The Athletic reports. Matt Manning was scheduled to start and went through his pregame routine Wednesday as usual, but Vest will instead take the mound first for Detroit. Vest hasn't thrown more than two frames in any appearance this year, so he should give way to the bullpen after an inning or two.
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Struggles Tuesday

    Vest allowed three runs on three hits and a walk across an inning of relief in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Guardians. Starter Tyler Alexander was tagged with a tough-luck loss, as he left the game after seven innings with the Tigers trailing 2-0 against Cleveland ace Shane Bieber, but Vest quickly made matters worse in the eighth inning. The three earned runs are the most allowed in an appearance by the righty since he got tagged for five runs back on June 26. Vest has still been mostly good for the Tigers with a 3.77 ERA and 43 strikeouts across 43 innings this season, though he's working in middle relief, which limits his fantasy appeal.
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Reinstated from paternity list

    Vest (personal) was reinstated from the paternity list Saturday. Vest landed on the paternity list Thursday but will rejoin the Tigers after spending a few days away from the team. He's posted a 2.35 ERA and 1.30 WHIP in 7.2 innings over six relief appearances since the start of July.
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Goes on paternity list

    The Tigers placed Vest on the paternity list Thursday. Though Vest was scheduled to go on paternity leave last Sunday, the Tigers didn't officially deactivate him since their game that day against Cleveland was postponed. Vest will now go on the list Thursday as the Tigers begin their second-half schedule, and he'll be able to spend up to three days away from the team. He'll be activated no later than Sunday, in advance of the Tigers' series finale with the Twins.
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Placed on paternity list

    Vest was placed on the paternity list Sunday, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. Vest will be away from the team as he attends the birth of his child. Considering the All-Star break begins Monday, the right-hander could be ready to go by the time the Tigers play again July 21.
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Back with parent club

    The Tigers recalled Vest from Triple-A Toledo on Wednesday. Even though Detroit optioned Vest to Triple-A after the second game of Monday's doubleheader with the Guardians, he'll be eligible to rejoin the big club two days later since fellow reliever Wily Peralta (hamstring) was moved to the 15-day injured list in a corresponding move. In his 26 appearances out of the Tigers bullpen this season, Vest has picked up one save and no holds while submitting a 3.41 ERA and 1.14 WHIP.
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Headed to minors

    Vest was optioned to Triple-A Toledo following Game 2 of Monday's doubleheader against the Guardians, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports. Vest has been a reliable reliever for the Tigers so far this season, as he's posted a 3.41 ERA and 1.14 WHIP with a 32:11 K:BB across 29 frames in 2022. He'll be sent to Triple-A to make room for the addition of Drew Hutchison, who is scheduled to start Tuesday's contest.
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Activated from IL

    The Tigers reinstated Vest (illness) from the COVID-19-related injured list in advance of the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader with the Twins, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports. Manager A.J. Hinch said earlier in the day that Vest wouldn't be activated from the IL until Wednesday, but the Tigers opted to expedite the right-hander's return so the team could have a fresh arm in the bullpen for the final game of the twin bill. Drew Carlton, who tossed three innings of long relief in the Tigers' 8-2 loss in Game 1, was optioned to Triple-A Toledo to clear a spot for Vest. The 26-year-old made a 10-pitch relief appearance in a rehab game with Toledo on Monday, so the Tigers would likely prefer to stay away from Vest on Tuesday, if possible.
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Expected back Wednesday

    Tigers manager A.J. Hinch said Vest (illness) is expected to be activated from the COVID-19-related injured list Wednesday, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports. Vest tested positive for COVID-19 on May 20, but he's since cleared all protocols and made a successful rehab appearance Monday for Triple-A Toledo, retiring the side in a perfect 10-pitch, 10-strike inning. Before landing on the COVID-19-related IL, Vest turned in a 2.12 ERA and 0.65 WHIP with 22 punchouts over 17 innings for Detroit.
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Begins rehab assignment

    Vest (illness) began a rehab assignment with Triple-A Toledo on Monday. Vest has been out for 10 days after testing positive for COVID-19. Given the relatively short length of his absence, he may not need more than a single rehab appearance before returning to the active roster.
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Lands on injured list

    Vest was placed on the injured list Friday without an injury designation. The Tigers also didn't specify which list Vest was placed on, which usually means the player is on the COVID-19 IL. Assuming that's the case, the 26-year-old will be unavailable until he clears the league's testing protocols.
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Pitches well Friday

    Vest logged two scoreless innings of relief in Friday's 5-1 loss to the Dodgers. He allowed one hit and struck out four. Vest has been a bright spot so far for the 6-13 Tigers, as the righty has a 2.08 ERA, 0.69 WHIP and 10 strikeouts across 8.2 innings pitched. The 26-year-old is locked into a middle-relief role, and though he's pitched well, his fantasy value is limited at the moment because he's not in the mix for saves. That could change if anything happens to closer Gregory Soto, however.
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Could slot into bullpen

    Vest could earn a spot in the Tigers' bullpen to begin the season, Jason Beck of MLB.com reports. Vest made his MLB debut last season and pitched in 32 games for Seattle, so he has experience at the top level. He may end up shuttling between Triple-A and the majors ultimately, so his fantasy value is limited unless he's able to secure a more reliable role in Detroit.
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  • Tigers' Will Vest: Returns to Tigers

    Vest was returned to the Tigers organization Saturday after going unclaimed on waivers. The Rule 5 pick was designated for assignment Monday, resulting in his return to Detroit. Vest had a 6.17 ERA in 35 innings with the Mariners this season but could get an opportunity with the Tigers at some point in the second half.
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  • Mariners' Will Vest: Gets sixth hold in IL return

    Vest secured his sixth hold in an extra-inning win over the Athletics on Monday, firing a perfect seventh inning during which he recorded a strikeout. Vest fired five of nine pitches for strikes during a highly efficient frame, one that marked his first appearance since May 19 after a 10-day stint on the COVID-19 injured list. The right-hander has three holds in his last four trips to the mound, but he's also proven a bit erratic, having surrendered multiple earned runs in three of his last six outings.
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  • Mariners' Will Vest: Nabs fourth hold

    Vest secured his fourth hold in Saturday's win over Cleveland, firing a scoreless eighth inning during which he did not allow a hit, issued a walk and recorded a strikeout. Vest threw 10 of 15 pitches for strikes while bouncing back from a pair of forgettable appearances against the Rangers and Dodgers during which he allowed six earned runs over 3.1 innings. Vest coaxed his ERA back to 3.66 with Saturday's clean effort, and it was encouraging to see manager Scott Servais go right back to him after the pair of stumbles during the previous week.
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  • Mariners' Will Vest: Grabs second hold Monday

    Vest recorded his second hold in a win over the Dodgers on Monday, recording a strikeout over a scoreless one-third of an inning. A Rule 5 pick this past December, Vest apparently demonstrated enough upside for the Mariners to retain him on the Opening Day roster despite a rough spring in which he pitched to a 5.91 ERA across 10 appearances. That faith seems to paying dividends early, as the hard-throwing right-hander now boasts an 0.93 ERA and 1.03 WHIP across 9.2 innings over eight appearances.
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