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Aug 14, 2022 1 3 6.31 0 3
Aug 9, 2022 1 3 6.57 0 -7
Aug 7, 2022 1 2 6.66 0 -3
Aug 3, 2022 1 2 6.38 0 1
Aug 1, 2022 1 2 6.46 0 3

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 210.7 25.7 1 3 22 14 6.31 1.60
2021 232.54.1 70.7 9 4 5 69 16 2.17 1.02
2020 605 23.0 3 22 7 3.52 1.22
3y Avg. 119.54.3 41.7 5 2 2 43 13 3.02 1.18
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Takes loss Tuesday

    Loaisiga (2-3) was tagged with the loss against Seattle on Tuesday, allowing an unearned run on two hits and a walk while recording one out in the 13th inning. The teams played to a scoreless standstill through 12 frames, and Loaisiga was brought in to handle the 13th. He allowed a leadoff single to Cal Raleigh and issued an intentional walk to load the bases with one out before Luis Torrens notched a walkoff single. Since returning from a shoulder injury July 14, Loaisiga has posted a 5.63 ERA and 1.88 WHIP over eight innings and hasn't notched a hold or a save over 11 appearances. He doesn't appear to be among manager Aaron Boone's preferred high-leverage options at the moment.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Knocked around in return

    Loaisiga pitched two-thirds of an inning against the Reds on Thursday, allowing three run on four hits. He did not walk or strike out any batters. Loaisiga missed nearly two months with a shoulder injury, so his return was a welcome sight for the Yankees bullpen. However, things didn't go as planned in his first game back, as the right-hander gave up four singles and three runs that turned a 1-1 tie into a 4-1 deficit. Loaisiga was exceptional for New York last season, but he's struggled to an 8.31 ERA, 1.73 WHIP and 18:10 K:BB over 17.1 innings so far in 2022.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Returning from injured list

    Loaisiga (shoulder) was activated from the 15-day injured list Thursday, Max Goodman of SI.com reports. Loaisiga has been sidelined by shoulder inflammation since late May, but he'll rejoin the Yankees just ahead of the All-Star break after a two-game rehab stint in the minors. The 27-year-old has struggled to a 7.02 ERA, 1.56 WHIP and 18:10 K:BB across 16.2 innings this year, so he may need to prove he's back in good form before the team returns him to the high-leverage role he filled last season.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Rehab moves to Triple-A

    Loaisiga (shoulder) had his rehab assignment shifted to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and will start Tuesday. Loaisiga will make another rehab appearance Tuesday, starting for Scranton/Wilkes-Barre in what could be his final outing prior to returning to the big leagues. The right-hander could return prior to the All-Star break, though it may make more sense to wait until after the festivities to activate him.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Set for another rehab appearance

    Loaisiga (shoulder) threw a scoreless inning with one strikeout with Single-A Tampa on Saturday, Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record reports. Loaisiga threw 13 pitches without allowing a baserunner. His next rehab appearance will come at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Tuesday. If things go well in that outing, it's possible he'll return prior to the All-Star break.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Begins rehab assignment

    Loaisiga (shoulder) began a rehab assignment with Single-A Tampa on Saturday. Shoulder issues have kept Loaisiga on the sidelines since late May. An absence that long likely requires a lengthy rehab assignment, though the Yankees haven't provided a specific timetable for his return.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Throws to live hitters

    Loaisiga (shoulder) threw 21 pitches in a live bullpen session in Tampa on Saturday, Randy Miller of NJ Advance Media reports. Saturday's session was Loaisiga's first time throwing to live hitters since he went on the IL on May 25. The right-hander is expected to throw another live BP on Tuesday. He could toss another session after that, but it's also possible that he will subsequently begin a minor-league rehab assignment that would likely see him get into multiple games before returning to the Yankees.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Impresses during bullpen

    Manager Aaron Boone was impressed with how Loaisiga (shoulder) looked during Saturday's bullpen session, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Loaisiga has been sidelined with a shoulder injury for a month, but he threw off a mound for the first time Saturday. While Boone said that Loaisiga looked "great," the right-hander will require several bullpens and live batting practice sessions before he's cleared to begin a rehab assignment.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Bullpen session scheduled

    Loaisiga (shoulder) will throw a bullpen session Saturday, Marly Rivera of ESPN.com reports. Previous reports indicated that Loaisiga could advance from throwing off flat ground to a bullpen session Thursday or Friday, but he's evidently a bit behind that schedule. He's been out for over a month with shoulder inflammation, so his return isn't imminent, but he's trending in the right direction.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Could toss bullpen later in week

    Loaisiga (shoulder) is hoping to throw a bullpen session either Thursday or Friday of this week, Marly Rivera of ESPN.com reports. Loaisiga did some throwing work earlier in the day Monday, as he managed to play catch off flat ground from 110 feet. A bullpen session would be a key next step for the right-hander, as he hasn't thrown off a mound since going down with right shoulder inflammation in late May.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Throwing program underway

    Loaisiga (shoulder) recently returned to the United States after attending to a family matter in Nicaragua, and he was slated to begin a throwing program Monday, Max Goodman of SI.com reports. Loaisiga was out of the country for about a week for personal reasons, but the absence doesn't appear to have significantly impacted his return timeline. If he makes steady progress in the throwing program, the righty reliever could still return by the end of June. Loaisiga last pitched May 22 before going on the IL with right shoulder inflammation.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Not currently with team

    Loasiga (shoulder) is currently tending to a family matter in Nicaragua, Bryan Hoch and Brian Hall of MLB.com report. Loaisiga went on the on the injured list May 25 with right shoulder discomfort, and he was subsequently shut down from throwing for 10 days. The right-hander has since left the country, though manager Aaron Boone stated that Loaisiga may throw while in Nicaragua. The expectation is that Loaisiga will return to action by the end of June.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: To begin throwing program

    Loaisiga (shoulder) is scheduled to throw Monday, Brendan Kuty of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. This will be the first time he has thrown since going on the injured list with shoulder discomfort in late May. Loaisiga is without a timetable to return.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Sidelined with shoulder discomfort

    Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Loaisiga will be placed on the 15-day injured list Wednesday with right shoulder discomfort, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports. Loaisiga becomes the third high-leverage reliever to land on injured list within the past five days, joining Chad Green (Tommy John surgery) and Aroldis Chapman (Achilles). The Yankees are hoping that Loaisiga will be ready to go after a near-minimum length stay on the shelf, but his absence along with Green's and Chapman's suddenly tests the depth of the club's bullpen. Clay Holmes now looks like the clear top candidate to see the bulk of the save opportunities for the Yankees, while multi-inning weapon Michael King could be counted on to handle a more traditional setup role.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Hit hard in loss

    Loaisiga (1-2) took the loss against the White Sox in Game 2 of Sunday's doubleheader, allowing four runs on four hits while striking out one. Starters Luis Severino and Michael Kopech dueled through seven scoreless innings before Loaisiga was brought in to handle the eighth. The right-hander was unable to get out of the frame, allowing four singles that led to four runs. Loaisiga was outstanding out of the bullpen for the Yankees last season, but he has struggled in 2022, posting a 7.02 ERA, 1.56 WHIP and 5.4 BB/9 over 16.2 innings.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Picks up win Thursday

    Loaisiga (1-1) earned the win against the White Sox on Thursday despite allowing two runs on one hit and one walk over one inning. Loaisiga has largely struggled this season, and Thursday was no different as he gave up a walk and a home run to the first two batters he faced. That allowed the White Sox to tie the score, but the Yankees exploded for seven runs in the top of the eighth to hand Loaisiga the victory. After posting a 2.17 ERA in 57 appearances in 2021, the right-hander has compiled a 5.93 ERA and 1.32 WHIP over his first 13.2 frames this season. He does have four holds, however.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Hurls scoreless frame in return

    Loaisiga pitched a perfect inning against Toronto on Wednesday, striking out one batter. The right-hander made his return from a nearly four-week stay on the injured list and was called upon to face the heart of Toronto's order in the seventh inning. He did so with ease, striking out George Springer before getting both Marcus Semien and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. to ground out. Loaisiga's return is a major boon to the Yankees' bullpen, as he has notched nine wins, five saves and 17 holds while posting a 2.22 ERA and 1.01 WHIP across 55 appearances this season.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Expected back Wednesday

    Loaisiga (shoulder) will likely be activated Wednesday, per MLB.com. The right-hander recently tossed a pair of successful bullpen sessions, setting him up for an imminent return to the active roster. Loaisiga last pitched Sept. 3, but he will likely be asked to handled a high-leverage bullpen role upon his return. He has been an invaluable part of the team's relief corps this season, notching nine wins, 17 holds and four saves while posting a 2.25 ERA, 1.03 WHIP and 66:15 K:BB across 54 appearances.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Bullpen scheduled for Friday

    Loaisiga (shoulder) threw from 120 feet Tuesday and will do the same Wednesday before throwing a bullpen session Friday, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports. The right-hander continues to make steady progress after hitting the injured list Sept. 5 with a strained right rotator cuff. The plans for Loaisiga beyond Friday's bullpen session aren't entirely clear, but even if the next step is to go on a minor-league rehab assignment, he should still have a chance to return for the last series or two of the regular season.
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  • Yankees' Jonathan Loaisiga: Nearing mound work

    Loaisiga (shoulder) is expected to throw off flat ground three straight days this week before potentially returning to mound work next weekend, Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record reports. Loasiga resumed throwing Friday and won't throw Monday before ramping up his throwing program again. The 27-year-old could return for the final week of the regular season if he continues to progress well in his recovery.
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