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Earned Run Average
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Fantasy Points
Aug 9, 2022 1 4 2.80 2 4.5
Aug 7, 2022 1 4 2.86 2 3.5
Aug 6, 2022 1 4 2.93 2 5.5
Aug 2, 2022 1 4 3.02 2 8.5
Jul 28, 2022 1 4 3.10 1 -5.5

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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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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
2022 111.52.5 45.0 1 4 2 69 11 2.80 0.93
2021 0.50.5 0.7 1 2 0.00 3.00
2020 0.0 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 172.1 8.0 0 0 0 10 4 3.38 1.13
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Hit with fourth loss Thursday

    Munoz (1-4) took the loss against the Astros on Thursday, allowing two earned runs on one hit, a hit batsman and a wild pitch over one inning. He struck out one. It was as messy an outing as the final line implies, and Munoz created plenty of trouble for himself while failing to maintain the 2-2 tie he'd been entrusted with. It was a rare hiccup for the flamethrowing right-hander, who'd last given up an earned run June 10, ending a streak of 17 appearances.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Dominant for seventh hold

    Munoz secured his seventh hold in a win over the Athletics on Sunday, firing 1.1 perfect innings during which he recorded three strikeouts. The right-hander pounded 12 of his 19 pitches in for strikes in what was his seventh straight appearance without allowing an earned run. Munoz is parlaying his elite stuff into plenty of late-inning success, as he's recorded three holds while pitching to a 1.76 ERA, 0.78 WHIP and 12.3 K/9 across the 15.1 innings covering his last 13 trips to the mound.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Rings up fifth hold Friday

    Munoz secured his fifth hold in a win over the Angels on Friday, firing 1.2 scoreless innings during which he allowed a walk and recorded three strikeouts. The fireballing Munoz was dominant except for the one free pass he issued, ringing up at least three strikeouts for the fourth consecutive appearance. Munoz has increasingly developed into a trusted higher-leverage option for manager Scott Servais, as he's carrying a 2.03 ERA, 0.75 WHIP and 12.8 K/9 across the 13.1 innings covering his last 12 appearances.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Misses bats Sunday

    Munoz pitched the eighth inning in a loss to the Angels on Sunday, allowing two hits and an unearned run while striking out the side. Munoz worked himself out of trouble and threw 14 of 19 pitches for strikes despite allowing the two baserunners and one run. The fireballing right-hander hasn't allowed an earned run in eight of his last 10 appearances, and he has a sparkling 9:0 K:BB across the 3.2 frames covering his last three outings.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Continues surge in Wednesday's win

    Munoz recorded his fourth hold in a win over the Astros on Wednesday, firing a scoreless seventh inning during which he allowed a hit and recorded a strikeout. The hard-throwing right-hander lowered his ERA to 4.66 with his fifth scoreless effort in the last six appearances. Munoz's only real stumble of the season came in a May 22 appearance against the Red Sox during which he gave up five runs (four earned) over two-thirds of an inning, but he's otherwise been a reliable setup option while cranking out an impressive 11.6 K/9 with the help of a fastball that's averaging 99.7 mph.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Hit with loss, blown save Sunday

    Munoz (1-2) took the loss and was charged with a blown save in an extra-inning defeat at the hands of the Red Sox on Sunday, allowing five runs (four earned) on four hits and a walk in two-thirds of an inning. Charged with protecting a just-forged 4-3 lead in the bottom of the 10th inning, Munoz ran into immediate trouble by allowing the first four hitters he faced to reach base before eventually yielding a 419-foot, game-winning grand slam to Franchy Cordero. The hard-throwing right-hander's rough outing was his first serious stumble of 2022, as he'd given up five earned runs over 12.2 innings all season prior to Sunday.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Takes loss Saturday

    Munoz (1-1) took the loss against the Mets on Saturday, allowing an earned run on two hits and recording two strikeouts over one inning. Munoz threw an impressive 15 of 17 pitches for strikes, but he still took the loss thanks to allowing a go-ahead home run to Patrick Mazeika. The hard-throwing right-hander has now allowed an earned run in three of his last five appearances, pushing his ERA and WHIP to 4.22 and 1.50, respectively.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Strikes out side Sunday

    Munoz fired a perfect seventh inning in an extra-inning win over the Rays on Sunday, striking out the side. Munoz was close to absolutely perfect, tossing just four pitches over the minimum and getting 12 of those 13 offerings into the strike zone. The hard-throwing right-hander had put together six straight scoreless efforts until allowing a pair of earned runs over his last two appearances, so Sunday's stellar showing represented a return to the impressive form he's displayed the majority of the season.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Strikes out side Monday

    Munoz fired a perfect eighth inning in a loss to the Twins on Monday, striking out the side on 13 pitches. The dominant outing offered a glimpse of what the rocket-armed Munoz is capable of in terms of missing bats. The right-hander now has five strikeouts across two innings over his first two appearances, and given his impressive arsenal, he seemingly could work himself into some closing opportunities over the course of the season.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Grabs first win

    Munoz was credited with the win in a victory over the Twins on Saturday despite allowing two earned runs on a hit and a walk over one inning. He struck out two. Munoz yielded a leadoff walk to Nick Gordon in the eighth inning before surrendering a go-ahead two-run home run to Byron Buxton. The flamethrowing right-hander settled down after that, retiring Luis Arraez, Carlos Correa and Jorge Polanco in order, the latter two on swinging strikes. His ability to limit the damage would prove critical, as the Mariners were able to mount their own rally in the ninth that would lead to the one-run win. Munoz's ability to focus following his rocky start is likely to help build trust with manager Scott Servais with respect to additional higher-leverage assignments early in the season.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Solid through first two appearances

    Munoz has logged two scoreless innings during which he's allowed one hit and recorded two strikeouts across his first two Cactus League appearances this spring. The flamethrowing right-hander's arrival in camp was delayed by visa issues, but he's made good use of his scant opportunities thus far. Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports that Munoz, who's already the hardest thrower on staff, is also working on refining his slider to reduce the sweep it has at the moment. The 23-year-old, who's logged just five total appearances -- four at the minor-league level -- since 2019 due to Tommy John surgery, should be a key late-inning option for manager Scott Servais in the coming season.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Throws at camp Monday

    Munoz will throw a live batting practice session Monday after resolving the visa issue that delayed his arrival at big-league camp, Corey Brock of The Athletic reports. The fact that Munoz is facing hitters shortly after reporting to camp suggests that he was able to do some ramping up on his own while he was away from the team. After inking a four-year extension in November, Munoz is locked in as a critical late-inning piece for Seattle entering 2022. The availability of Munoz -- who was limited to one late-season appearance in 2021 while finishing up his recovery from Tommy John surgery -- takes on added importance after ace setup man Casey Sadler was ruled out for the season Sunday after undergoing shoulder surgery.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Delayed by visa issues

    Munoz has yet to report to Mariners camp as of Monday due to visa issues, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. In addition to Munoz, visa issues have also prevented outfield prospect Alberto Rodriguez and non-roster utility man Erick Mejia from arriving for the start of camp. After inking a four-year contract extension in November, Munoz is expected to fill a high-leverage role out of the bullpen in 2022, but his absence to begin camp could hurt his chances of factoring into the Mariners' murky closing picture.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Inks four-year deal with Seattle

    Munoz agreed to a four-year, $7.5 million contract with the Mariners on Tuesday, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. The deal will buy out all of Munoz's arbitration years and also includes multiple club options. The 22-year-old righty missed all but the final weekend of the 2021 campaign while recovering from Tommy John surgery, but he showcased himself well in his first taste of big-league action in 2019 with a 3.91 ERA, 1.17 WHIP and 30:11 K:BB over 23 innings.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Surprise activation

    Munoz (elbow) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list Saturday. Munoz underwent Tommy John surgery in March of 2020, though he only began throwing off a mound in July of this year after suffering a setback. However, he has progressed well since, throwing a total of 3.2 innings on a rehab assignment -- most of which came with Triple-A Tacoma. He isn't likely to serve in a high-leverage role out of the bullpen immediately, but he could contribute to the Mariners' final push for the playoffs.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Shifts rehab to Triple-A

    Munoz (elbow) is scheduled to make the second appearance of his rehab assignment at Triple-A Tacoma on Tuesday, Tacoma radio broadcaster Mike Curto reports. The Mariners aren't expected to bring Munoz back from the 60-day injured list during the final two weeks of the season, but the right-hander looks well on his way to entering spring training in 2022 without any restrictions. Following an 18-month recovery from Tommy John surgery, Munoz made his first appearance in affiliated ball since 2019 on Friday, when he struck out the side while pitching for the Mariners' rookie-level Arizona Complex League affiliate. The dominant showing was enough for the Mariners to move him up to Triple-A, where he'll presumably make a handful of appearances before season's end.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Beginning throwing program

    Munoz (elbow) has begun a throwing program, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. Munoz threw off a mound in the middle of July and will continue to ramp up his work while rehabbing from Tommy John surgery. He is not expected to return to formal game action this season, though his progress bodes well for a potential return early in the 2022 campaign.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Suffers minor setback

    Mariners manager Scott Servais said Thursday that Munoz (elbow) hasn't been throwing much recently following a setback in his recovery, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Munoz was already slated to miss significant time to begin the regular season following Tommy John surgery in March 2020, but he's been limited over the past few weeks due to a minor setback. Servais didn't sound too concerned, but it's not yet clear when the right-hander will be able to resume throwing.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Heads to injured list

    Munoz (elbow) was placed on the 60-day injured list Thursday, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. Munoz underwent Tommy John surgery in March of 2020 and is still in the midst of his rehab. He has been able to throw bullpen sessions in the early portions of spring training and appears on track for approximately a June return. Munoz's placement on the injured list made room on the 40-man roster for James Paxton.
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  • Mariners' Andres Munoz: Throwing bullpens

    Munoz (elbow) has been throwing bullpen sessions but is not expected to appear in any Cactus League games, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Munoz came over from San Diego in an August trade which sent Austin Nola the other way despite the fact that he was sidelined while recovering from Tommy John surgery. He underwent that procedure back in March, so it's no surprise that he won't quite be ready for game action during spring training. The fact that he's advanced to bullpen work is certainly a positive, though, so he should be on track to return sometime around June.
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