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2024 Pitching

Earned Run Average
Base on Balls (Walk)
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
Regular Season 0 0 1.83 16 5 0.92

Top Bryan Hoeing News

  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Throwing live BP

    Hoeing (hamstring) is set to throw a live BP session at Single-A Jupiter this week, Christina De Nicola of reports.

    Hoeing reported tightness in his hamstring during a rehab appearance in late May. After a couple of weeks off, Hoeing is working his way back to pitching in games, with a live BP session being one of the final steps before resuming his rehab stint.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Rehab stint paused

    Hoeing felt mild tightness in his hamstring after a two-inning rehab appearance Tuesday, and he's been working on strengthening exercises since, Christina De Nicola of reports.

    The right-hander originally appeared on track to rejoin the Marlins bullpen as soon as this weekend, but that plan is out the window. Hoeing likely won't need too much time to ramp up once he's deemed ready to resume his rehab assignment, but the team will be cautious with him rather than risk aggravating the injury. He had been one of Miami's most effective relievers prior to landing on the shelf in early May, posting a 1.83 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 16:5 K:BB through 19.2 innings.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Starting rehab assignment

    Hoeing (hamstring) began a rehab assignment Tuesday with Triple-A Jacksonville and struck out two while allowing one run on one hit and two walks over two innings.

    Hoeing has been out since early May with a strained left hamstring. Since he hasn't been on the 15-day injured list for extended time, he'll likely be in store for a brief rehab assignment.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Lands on 15-day IL

    The Marlins placed Hoeing (hamstring) on the 15-day injured list Friday, retroactive to May 2.

    Hoeing was off to a strong start to the season with a 1.83 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 16:5 K:BB over 19.2 innings. It's unclear whether his left hamstring strain will keep him on the shelf beyond the minimum. The Marlins recalled right-hander Darren McCaughan from Triple-A Jacksonville in a corresponding move.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Picks up first hold

    Hoeing gave up a hit and struck out one in a scoreless sixth inning Sunday to record his first hold of the season in a win over the Cubs.

    The 27-year-old right-hander has been one of the few bullpen arms for Miami to have success early in the season, and Hoeing sports a 1.29 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 11:5 K:BB through 14 innings. Sunday's hold was only the second of his career, but he could work his way into more consistent high-leverage spots if he continues to get the job done and the likes of Andrew Nardi (9.31 ERA) and Anthony Bender (8.31 ERA) continue to struggle.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Looks set for bullpen role

    Hoeing has given up two runs over 8.2 innings with a 10:3 K:BB and zero home runs allowed in Grapefruit League action this spring.

    The 27-year-old right-hander spent his first full season in the majors last season, stumbling to a 5.48 ERA, 1.36 WHIP and 53:25 K:BB through 70.2 innings in a low-leverage role for Miami. Hoeing should handle a similar assignment in 2024, but he does have minor-league options remaining and further struggles could get him bumped back to Triple-A Jacksonville, especially once the Marlins' staff gets healthier.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Not on NL Wild Card Series roster

    Hoeing has been left off the Marlins' roster for their NL Wild Card Series matchup against Philadelphia.

    Hoeing was a valuable swingman at times this season in Miami, but he surrendered 19 runs -- 18 earned -- over his final 13.2 innings. Johnny Cueto has also been excluded from the roster for this best-of-three series, with the Marlins opting to carry Ryan Weathers instead.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Lit up in long relief

    Hoeing surrendered nine earned runs on 10 hits and no walks while striking out one over three innings out of the bullpen in Friday's 16-1 loss to the Brewers.

    Though he was spared the loss -- which went to fellow reliever Steven Okert -- Hoeing was responsible for most of the damage that occurred in the Brewers' 12-run second inning. He was charged with eight earned runs in the inning, then gave up one more run in the top of the fifth before being pulled from the contest. After the ugly relief outing, Hoeing's season ERA jumped from 4.18 to 5.17.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Hit hard early in no-decision

    Hoeing did not factor into the decision Saturday, allowing three runs on four hits and one walk over 4.1 innings against Atlanta while striking out two.

    Hoeing struggled right out of the gate, allowing hits to each of the first three batters he faced -- two of which went for home runs as Atlanta jumped out an early 3-0 lead. However, the right-hander would actually go on to retire 10 of the next 11 batters he faced before being relieved by Steven Okert with one out in the top of the fifth. It marked Hoeing's longest outing since Aug. 21, and he's now surrendered at least one run in three of his last four appearances, posting a 6:3 K:BB over that stretch.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Picks up win as bulk reliever

    Hoeing (2-2) got the win Sunday against the Nationals after allowing one run on four hits and a walk while striking out five over four innings.

    The Marlins treated Sunday as a bullpen game and Hoeing entered in the second inning after JT Chargois was used as an opener. The Nationals got a run across on him with a single, a double and a sacrifice in the third, but Hoeing was otherwise dominant. His five strikeouts tied a season high, and he's allowed just two runs while posting a 9:2 K:BB in 10.2 innings since being recalled Aug. 14. It's likely he continues to occupy a bulk relief role for the Marlins with their starting depth being tested by injuries.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Recalled from Jacksonville

    Hoeing was recalled Monday from Triple-A Jacksonville, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.

    The 26-year-old right-hander will replace Huascar Brazoban, who has landed on the 15-day injured list with a left hamstring strain. Hoeing carries a 4.57 ERA, 1.35 WHIP and 35:18 K:BB across 45.1 innings (six starts, 17 relief appearances) this season in the majors.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Optioned to Jacksonville

    The Marlins optioned Hoeing to Triple-A Jacksonville on Saturday, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.

    After the acquisition of David Robertson from the Mets, Miami will send Hoeing to the minors to free up a roster spot. The 26-year-old righty has a 4.57 ERA and 1.35 WHIP through 45.1 frames this season and could return to the Marlins later this season if they need a fresh arm.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Moved to bullpen

    Hoeing gave up two earned runs on two hits while striking out one over 1.2 innings out of the bullpen in Friday's 5-2 loss to the Orioles.

    After making his final four appearances before the All-Star break as a starter, Hoeing looks like he'll settle back into a relief role to open the Marlins' second-half schedule. The Marlins have three off days coming up over the next two weeks and are also likely to get Edward Cabrera (shoulder) back from the injured list at some point during the stretch, lessening the need for Miami to keep Hoeing in the fold as its No. 5 starter.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Beat up again in no-decision

    Hoeing did not factor into the decision Wednesday, allowing five runs on five hits and three walks over three innings against St. Louis. He struck out three.

    Hoeing managed to get through the first inning unscathed despite allowing a double and two walks on 27 pitches. However, the Cardinals would get to him for five runs in the third, as the right-hander failed to retire five of the first six batters he faced, and he eventually surrendered a two-run blast to Nolan Gorman to top things off. Hoeing has now allowed five or more runs in back-to-back starts, giving up four homers over that stretch.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Hammered for seven runs

    Hoeing (1-2) yielded seven runs on six hits and two walks over 3.2 innings Friday, striking out one and taking a loss against Atlanta.

    Hoeing stumbled out of the gate, coughing up three runs in the first inning followed by two more in the third. Prior to Friday's brutal outing, he'd allowed only nine earned runs through 35 innings on the year. His ERA shot up from 2.31 to 3.72 as a result. It's unclear if Miami will give him another turn in the rotation or push him back to the bullpen.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Tosses five hitless frames

    Hoeing pitched five scoreless and hitless innings against Pittsburgh on Saturday, allowing three walks and striking out two batters in a no-decision.

    Hoeing was a bit wild in issuing three walks and throwing just 36 of 65 pitches for a strike, but the Pirates didn't manage a single hit against him. The right-hander isn't yet fully stretched out as a starter, so he wasn't allowed to challenge for a no-hitter, but he undoubtedly turned some heads with the impressive performance. In two starts as a replacement for the injured Edward Cabrera (shoulder) in the rotation, Hoeing has tossed nine scoreless innings during which he's allowed just three hits. Johnny Cueto (biceps/ankle) could be ready to return to Miami as soon as next week, and it's unclear how that will affect Hoeing's spot in the rotation.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Receives another start

    Hoeing is scheduled to start Saturday's game versus the Pirates at LoanDepot Park.

    He'll be making his second turn through the rotation as a replacement for Edward Cabrera (shoulder) after striking out five over four scoreless innings while taking a no-decision Monday versus the Blue Jays. Until one of Cabrera, Johnny Cueto (biceps) or Trevor Rogers (biceps/shoulder) is ready to return from the injured list, Hoeing looks poised to stick around as the Marlins' No. 5 starter.

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  • Marlins' Bryan Hoeing: Four scoreless in no-decision

    Hoeing did not factor into the decision Monday, allowing three hits over four scoreless innings against the Blue Jays. He struck out five and did not record a walk.

    Hoeing, who'd been operating out of the bullpen recently, drew a spot start Monday and shut down Toronto's offense through four strong innings. He needed only 54 pitches (36 strikes) to get through four frames, but the right-hander wasn't fully stretched out as a starter, so he didn't come out for the fifth, costing him a chance at a win. Either way, Hoeing presumably did enough to earn at least one more shot in the rotation while Edward Cabrera (shoulder) is on the injured list.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-6, 210 lbs
Birthplace: Batesville, IN
Age: 27
Experience: 2
Bats/Throws: R, R