Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Saves
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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 0.00 0.00
2021 6.53.3 6.7 1 1 3 2 4.05 1.80
2020 -21.5-5.4 11.3 1 13 7 18.27 3.00
3y Avg. 51.57.4 32.3 2 2 33 15 6.12 1.39

Fantasy News

  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Clears waivers

    Yamamoto cleared waivers Monday and was outrighted to Triple-A Syracuse, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Yamamoto owns a carer 6.05 ERA in 96.2 major-league innings, so it's no surprise to see him go unclaimed on waivers. He'll remain in an organizational depth role in the minors for now.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Designated for assignment

    The Mets designated Yamamoto for assignment Tuesday. Yamamoto failed to land a spot on the Mets' Opening Day roster, and he'll now lose his spot on the 40-man roster ahead of the regular season. If he goes unclaimed on waivers, he'll be a candidate to provide rotation depth this year if the Mets' pitching staff deals with additional injuries.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Sent back to minor-league camp

    Yamamoto was re-assigned to the Mets' minor-league camp Friday, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports. The right-hander wasn't expected to break camp on the big-league roster anyway, but the quick exile is likely due to the shortened spring training schedule and a lack of innings for the Mets' established arms. "We need to get him stretched out," manager Buck Showalter said regarding Yamamoto's demotion. The 25-year-old should begin the year at Triple-A Syracuse and could see action in the majors later this summer if injuries force the Mets to dip into their rotation depth.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Activated and optioned

    Yamamoto (shoulder) was activated off the 60-day injured list Friday and optioned to Triple-A Syracuse, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Yamamoto had been out since late May with a sore right shoulder. He'd been pitching at the Triple-A level while on a rehab assignment and will now remain there as a normal member of the team.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Rehab transferred to Triple-A

    Yamamoto (shoulder) had his rehab assignment transferred to Triple-A Syracuse on Saturday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Yamamoto allowed one run on three hits and no walks while striking out five in four innings at Low-A St. Lucie last week, and he'll now progress to the top level of the minors. The Mets haven't yet announced when the right-hander will be able to return, but he'll likely be in the mix to be activated sometime next week.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Rehab shifts to Low-A

    Yamamoto (shoulder) made his most recent rehab start at Low-A St. Lucie on Thursday, working four innings while striking out five and giving up a run on three hits and no walks. Now four starts into his rehab assignment, Yamamoto has made his last three turns with St. Lucie after kicking off his minor-league stint in the rookie-level Florida Complex League. He's continuing to build back up for a starting role in case the Mets require an extra arm for the rotation later in September, but Yamamoto is more likely to slot into the bullpen if the big club suffers no further attrition to its pitching staff in the next week or two.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Begins rehab assignment

    Yamamoto (shoulder) began a rehab assignment with the Mets' rookie-level Florida Complex League affiliate Friday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Yamamoto has been on the injured list since late May due to a sore right shoulder, but he resumed mound work in mid-July. The righty tossed a scoreless inning during his first rehab appearance and will likely require several appearances in the minors before he's ready to rejoin the major-league club. However, Yamamoto should be available as a starting option for the Mets if they need one in September.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Throwing bullpens

    Yamamoto (shoulder) has been throwing bullpens in Florida and could move toward a rehab assignment soon, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. Yamamoto has already missed nearly two months with right shoulder soreness. His return isn't imminent, but it looks as though he'll be back well before the end of the season if he can avoid setbacks.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Return not imminent

    Mets acting general manager Zack Scott said Monday that Yamamoto (shoulder) remains "weeks away" from a return, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Yamamoto isn't believed to have initiated a throwing program since he was placed on the injured list May 25 with right shoulder soreness, so he'll realistically need at least a month to build up before returning. Scott noted that the Mets remain hopeful Yamamoto will make it back from the IL later this season, but the 25-year-old likely won't have a spot in the big-league rotation waiting for him once he gets a clean bill of health.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Moves to 60-day IL

    Yamamoto (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Tuesday. The 25-year-old landed on the 10-day IL earlier Tuesday with right shoulder soreness, and it didn't take long for him to shift to the 60-day IL. Yamamoto will be sidelined until at least late July. The Mets acquired outfielder Billy McKinney from the Brewers in a corresponding move.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Expected to hit injured list

    Yamamoto's sore shoulder is expected to send him to the injured list, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports. Yamamoto was pulled from his start Sunday against the Marlins due to the injury after allowing five runs in four innings of work. He'll likely hit the injured list to make way for Jacob deGrom (side), who's expected to be activated to start Tuesday against the Rockies.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Dealing with shoulder soreness

    Yamamoto was removed from Sunday's start against the Marlins with right shoulder soreness, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. The right-hander was pulled due to the shoulder issue after surrendering five runs (four earned) on six hits across four innings. It was likely only a spot start for Yamamoto with Jacob deGrom (side) set to return from this injured list this week, but the 25-year-old could now be headed to the injured list rather than back to the minors.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Set to start Sunday

    Yamamoto will start Sunday's game against the Marlins, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports. The 25-year-old has lined up to start one of the weekend games in Miami this weekend since joining the team at the start of the series, and he's now been confirmed as the pitcher for Sunday's contest. Yamamoto made one appearance this season in early May and allowed one run on four hits with one strikeout and zero walks over 2.2 innings.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Called up by Mets

    Yamamoto was recalled by the Mets on Saturday. Yamamoto was expected to be recalled to start one of the two weekend games against the Marlins. He's likely to get the call Sunday, as Joey Lucchesi started Saturday's contest.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: In line for start

    Yamamoto joined the Mets in Miami on Friday and is expected to start one of the weekend games against the Marlins, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. The Mets are dealing with injuries seemingly everywhere at the moment, including in the rotation. The team has yet to announce its starting pitcher for either Saturday or Sunday's contest, but one of them will presumably be Yamamoto. He'll get the chance to face his former team, a club for which he struggled to a 6.20 ERA in 90 innings over the last two seasons.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Sent back down

    Yamamoto was optioned to Triple-A Syracuse on Thursday. Yamamoto was recalled by the Mets on Tuesday and earned the win in relief during his season debut against the Cardinals on Wednesday. He allowed one run on four hits and no walks while striking out one in 2.2 innings. Yamamoto will now head to the minors as part of a shuffle to make room for right-hander Tommy Hunter on the major-league roster.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Earns win in relief

    Yamamoto (1-0) earned the win in Game 2 of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Cardinals. He gave up a run on four hits while fanning one across 2.2 innings. Yamamoto picked up his first win of the season after entering the game in the second inning as Miguel Castro's replacement. This was the season debut for the 24-year-old right-hander, and he might remain a low-leverage arm for the Mets going forward.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Recalled from Triple-A

    Yamamoto was recalled from Triple-A Syracuse on Tuesday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. The 24-year-old was set to start Opening Day at Triple-A on Tuesday, but he'll instead join the Mets after Jacob deGrom (lat) was scratched from his start. Miguel Castro will start what's expected to be a bullpen game, and Yamamoto is a likely candidate to cover some innings.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Sent to Triple-A

    The Mets optioned Yamamoto to Triple-A Syracuse on Wednesday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Yamamoto's demotion seemingly locks in Joey Lucchesi as the Mets' fifth starter to begin the season, at least for the time being. After being acquired from the Marlins in February, Yamamoto made a positive impression with his new organization this spring, giving up three runs (one earned) on seven hits and a walk over 8.1 innings in Grapefruit League play. He'll likely be one of the top candidates for a call-up if the Mets require starting-pitching depth at any point.
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  • Mets' Jordan Yamamoto: Remains in rotation hunt

    Yamamoto was stretched out to over 60 pitches in Saturday's Grapefruit League game against the Nationals, allowing one run on two hits and striking out two over 3.1 innings, Deesha Thosar of The New York Daily News reports. The right-hander, acquired from the Marlins in the offseason, came into camp competing for the No. 5 spot in the Mets rotation, but David Peterson remains the front-runner for that assignment. However, if Carlos Carrasco (elbow) isn't deemed ready for Opening Day, Yamamoto could still open the season in a starting role, though Joey Lucchesi is also an option. Home runs have been the biggest issue for Yamamoto in the majors -- after serving up eight in only 11.1 innings last season, he has a 1.9 HR/9 for his career -- and if he can't find a way to keep the ball in the park, he'll be fantasy poison no matter how he's deployed.
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