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Aug 7, 2022 4.0 0 1 13.50 -9.5

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2022 -1.5-0.3 19.3 1 3 11 18 7.91 2.02
2021 4411 20.0 18 8 3.60 1.15
2020 -8-8 1.7 1 2 4 10.80 4.20
3y Avg. 15.57.8 7.3 0 7 4 3.68 1.36
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  • Angels' Tucker Davidson: Draws another start

    Davidson is scheduled to start Sunday's home game against the Twins, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Despite issuing five walks and allowing six earned runs over four innings in his Angels debut last weekend in Seattle, Davidson will receive a second turn through the rotation. Even dating back to his time with Atlanta earlier this season, Davidson has struggled to consistently find the strike zone, as he posted a 17.6 percent walk rate in 15.1 innings over his other four appearances in the majors prior to being dealt to the Angels at the trade deadline. Until he shows improved control, the left-hander will be difficult to trust as a streaming option in the majority of fantasy leagues.
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  • Angels' Tucker Davidson: Struggles in team debut

    Davidson (1-3) took the loss Sunday versus the Mariners. He allowed six runs on six hits and five walks while striking out one in four innings. Davidson's biggest mistake was a third-inning grand slam to Jesse Winker. This was Davidson's Angels debut after he was included as part of the return that sent Raisel Iglesias to Atlanta. Through 19.1 innings in five appearances (four starts), Davidson has struggled to a 7.91 ERA, 2.02 WHIP and 11:18 K:BB. He may stick in the Angels' six-man rotation, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him link up with Triple-A Salt Lake if his performance doesn't improve. If he gets another start, it would likely be at home against the Twins next weekend.
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  • Angels' Tucker Davidson: Added to big-league roster

    Davidson was added to the Angels' major-league roster on Wednesday and said he'll enter the starting rotation during this weekend's four-game series against the Mariners, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. Davidson was acquired from Atlanta on Tuesday and will quickly enter the rotation for his new team. The 26-year-old last pitched Sunday at Triple-A, so he could pitch on full rest during Saturday's doubleheader or Sunday's series finale in Seattle. The left-hander has given up 11 runs across 15.1 big-league innings this year and has a 4.59 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 96:24 K:BB over 15 starts in the minors.
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  • Angels' Tucker Davidson: Traded for Iglesias

    The Angels acquired Davidson and Jesse Chavez from Atlanta on Tuesday in exchange for closer Raisel Iglesias, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports. The left-hander was one of Atlanta's top prospects and has a 6.46 ERA across 15.1 innings in the majors this season, and he's now been shipped to an Angels club in rebuilding mode. Davidson should have a more direct path to the majors with the Angels with the team out of contention and with the team having a spot in the rotation available following Tuesday's deal that sent Noah Syndergaard to the Phillies.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Demoted after rough start

    Atlanta optioned Davidson to Triple-A Gwinnett on Sunday. Though Davidson limited the Marlins to one run over five innings in a losing effort in his third start of the season Saturday, he issued four free passes for the second outing in a row. Overall, Davidson has walked 13 batters and struck out 10 over 15.1 big-league innings this season, so Atlanta will likely want to have him iron out his control problems in the minors before giving him another look. Atlanta hasn't announced an immediate replacement in the rotation for Davidson, with reliever Spencer Strider and Triple-A starters Kyle Muller, Huascar Ynoa, Bryce Elder and Touki Toussaint all representing possible options to take over as the big club's No. 5 starter.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Shaky control in second loss

    Davidson (1-2) took the loss Saturday as Atlanta was downed 4-1 by the Marlins, allowing one run on three hits and four walks over five innings. He struck out three. The lefty tossed 47 of 77 pitches for strikes but once again had trouble putting hitters away, issuing four free passes for the second straight start. Davidson has a 4.26 ERA, 1.66 WHIP and brutal 8:11 K:BB through 12.2 innings over three outings since joining the rotation, and he won't keep that assignment much longer if he can't sharpen his control.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Early exit against Phillies

    Davidson (1-1) took the loss Monday, coughing up five runs on four hits and four walks over 2.2 innings as Atlanta fell 7-3 to the Phillies. He struck out two. The southpaw needed 76 pitches (45 strikes) to record only eight outs, as Davidson wasn't able to build on a strong outing in his return to the majors last Tuesday. He lines up for another start this weekend in a home series against the Marlins, but another shaky performance will likely force Atlanta to continue its hunt for a reliable fifth starter.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Slated to start Monday

    Davidson is slated to start Monday's game against the Phillies, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Davidson made his first start of the season Tuesday against the Brewers, and he picked up the win by tossing five scoreless innings. The southpaw will make a second turn through the rotation at home against the Phillies during Monday's series opener.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Tosses five scoreless frames

    Davidson (1-0) earned the win during Tuesday's 3-0 shutout of Milwaukee, allowing three hits and three walks with three strikeouts in five scoreless innings. Making his first start and second appearance of 2022, Davidson scattered his baserunners across five innings and was never in any real danger. On the downside, the 26-year-old only tossed 38 of 69 pitches for strikes, with seven swinging strikes, and he's now walked five total batters in 7.2 innings. It's unclear what Davidson's role will be in the immediate future.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Called up ahead of start

    Atlanta recalled Davidson from Triple-A Gwinnett ahead of his scheduled start Tuesday in Milwaukee, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. Reliever Tyler Matzek (shoulder) was placed on the 15-day injured list to clear a spot on the 26-man active roster for Davidson, who will be joining Atlanta for the second time this season. After making the big club out of spring training as the club's fifth starter, Davidson was pummeled for five earned runs over 2.2 innings when he was needed for a long-relief appearance April 11 against the Nationals. He was then optioned to Gwinnett, where he's proceeded to make regular starts while turning in a 4.44 ERA, 1.10 WHIP and 34:9 K:BB across 26.1 innings. The defending champions will hope Davidson can bring some stability to the back end of the rotation, which has been a major trouble spot for Atlanta early in 2022.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Returning to big leagues

    Davidson will be recalled from Triple-A Gwinnett to start Tuesday's game against the Brewers, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Davidson will make his first start of the 2022 campaign after making one relief appearance earlier this season for Atlanta. He struggled in that outing, surrendering five runs on five hits and two walks while fanning two over 2.2 innings. Davidson had a strong 31.2 K% and 1.14 WHIP at Triple-A, although he had nine walks while surrendering five home runs in 26.1 innings.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Sent to Triple-A

    Davidson was optioned to Triple-A Gwinnett on Monday. Davidson was potentially in line to start Tuesday against the Nationals, but he wound up being needed out of the bullpen Monday and ended up allowing five runs in 2.2 innings of work. He was sent down to clear a spot for Bryce Elder, who will be the one to get Tuesday's start.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Shaky in long relief

    Davidson got tagged for five runs on five hits and two walks while striking out two over 2.2 innings of relief in Monday's 11-2 loss to the Nationals. The southpaw was thought to be in line for Tuesday's start, but instead Davidson got used to mop up at the end of a bad loss Monday. Bryce Elder is now getting called up to take the mound Tuesday, and for the time being, Davidson may have missed his chance to show he can hold down a consistent spot in the rotation. If Elder struggles in his big-league debut, however, Davidson might be right back in the mix.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Earns spot on Opening Day roster

    Davidson will make Atlanta's Opening Day roster, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. Davidson was competing for a spot in Atlanta's rotation, but it appears he'll work out of the bullpen and as a potential sixth starter. Spencer Strider is expected to fill a similar role, which means Kyle Wright should open the campaign as the No. 5 starter. Wright has a 6.56 ERA over 70 big-league innings, so Davidson and Strider could still receive more starting opportunities if Wright doesn't fare better in 2022.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Making case for rotation spot

    Davidson struck out four batters over three perfect innings in Saturday's Grapefruit League game against the Twins. Facing something very close to Minnesota's Opening Day lineup, Davidson went nine up and nine down, with his strikeout victims including Gary Sanchez, Miguel Sano and Alex Kirilloff. Davidson has looked very good to begin spring training, posting an 8:0 K:BB through his first five innings, and after getting his first taste of success in the majors at the end of the 2021 campaign, the southpaw could be emerging from the pack of younger arms competing for a spot at the back of Atlanta's Opening Day rotation.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Starting Game 5

    Davidson will start Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday. Davidson was added to the World Series roster to replace Charlie Morton (lower leg) and will be making his postseason debut. The lefty impressed in four starts this regular season, totaling 20 innings and striking out 18 while managing a 3.60 ERA and 1.15 WHIP. Manager Brian Snitker will certainly have Davidson on a short leash, especially with Drew Smyly rested and available to provide length out of the bullpen if needed.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Shifts to 60-day injured list

    Davidson (forearm) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Thursday, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. Davidson was placed on the 10-day injured list due to left forearm inflammation June 16, and the injury will keep him sidelined until at least mid-August. Jesse Chavez's contract was selected as part of a corresponding move, and he'll start Thursday's game against the Reds.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Facing 10-day shutdown

    Davidson (forearm) will be shut down for 10 days before he's re-evaluated, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. Davidson recently underwent an MRI to determine the extent of his injury, but his test confirmed that he's only dealing with forearm inflammation. The southpaw appears to have avoided a significant injury, but he'll likely miss several turns through the rotation since he'll be idle for at least 10 days. A better idea of Davidson's return timetable could be known once he's able to resume throwing.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Heading to injured list

    Davidson (forearm) will undergo an MRI and will be placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday, 680 The Fan Atlanta reports. Davidson's initial test results following his removal from Tuesday's start against the Red Sox were apparently encouraging, but that wasn't enough to prevent a trip to the IL. The left-hander will be eligible to be activated June 26, but it's too early to know how long he'll be sidelined. He surrendered five runs on five hits and a walk while striking out four over 2.1 innings before departing Tuesday.
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  • Braves' Tucker Davidson: Exits with forearm tightness

    Davidson was removed from Tuesday's start against the Red Sox after 2.1 innings due to left forearm tightness. The young southpaw surrendered five runs on five hits with four strikeouts and a walk before being pulled during the third inning, when he appeared to show a drop in velocity, per Mark Bowman of MLB.com. Davidson's status for his next turn through the rotation is now in question, as the severity of the injury is unclear at this time.
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