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Oct 4, 2022 4 2 3.99 7 -6.5
Sep 30, 2022 4 2 3.39 7 0.5
Sep 28, 2022 4 2 3.30 7 4.5
Sep 27, 2022 4 2 3.36 7 -1
Sep 23, 2022 4 2 3.38 7 -2.5

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 1802.8 58.7 4 2 7 64 22 3.99 1.16
2021 0.0 0.00 0.00
2020 0.0 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 472.8 17.3 2 2 1 24 6 4.67 0.98
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Out with oblique strain

    Poche suffered a strained right oblique during Tuesday's loss to the Red Sox and will miss the rest of the season, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Poche retired only one of the five batters he faced and allowed four runs before he exited Tuesday's contest, and he'll now miss the rest of the year with the oblique injury. The left-hander had seven saves and 23 holds with a 3.99 ERA, 1.16 WHIP and 64:22 K:BB over 58.2 innings during 2022.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Picks up seventh save

    Poche yielded a hit and a walk in a scoreless ninth inning Friday against the Tigers, striking out one and earning his seventh save of the year. Poche had two runners on base with two outs but he managed to strike out Riley Greene to preserve the 5-3 win. The 6-foot-3 southpaw picked up his first save since July 13 after blowing his previous two opportunities. He's now sporting a 3.00 ERA and a 35:14 K:BB through 39 appearances.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Struggles again

    Poche (3-1) allowed one earned run on two hits and a walk while striking out two in the ninth inning to earn the win Wednesday against the Orioles. Poche entered the game with a one-run lead but allowed a solo home run to Jorge Mateo to blow a save chance for the second consecutive day. He's struggled since late June, allowing nine earned runs across 11.2 innings and 13 appearances. Pete Fairbanks picked up the save in the 10th inning after the Rays retook the lead, further complicating the closer picture in Tampa Bay.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Blows lead, takes loss

    Poche (2-1) allowed three earned runs on three hits and a walk while recording just one out in the eighth inning to take the loss Tuesday against the Orioles. Poche entered the game with a one-run lead but surrendered a two-run home run to the second batter he faced to blow the lead. He subsequently allowed a walk and a double prior to being pulled. Poche has served up four long balls across his last 12 appearances, resulting in a 6.75 ERA in that span. He's still likely to remain in the mix for saves in Tampa Bay, but Brooks Raley and Jason Adam have also recently entered games in save situations.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Secures sixth save

    Poche earned a save against the Red Sox on Wednesday, pitching a scoreless inning during which he allowed one hit and struck out one batter. Poche inherited a three-run ninth-inning lead and worked around a one-out single to collect his first save since June 22. The southpaw leads the team with six saves on the campaign, but four other Rays relievers have notched at least three thus far. As such, Poche isn't the most reliable source of saves in fantasy, though he's more valuable in leagues that count holds -- he has 10 on the campaign and has posted a 1.88 ERA and 0.98 WHIP over 28.2 innings.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Notches save despite home run

    Poche gave up two earned runs on a walk and a home run while striking out one to pick up his fifth save of the season in a 5-4 win over the Yankees on Tuesday. Rays manager Kevin Cash called on Poche to protect a three-run lead in the top of the ninth, and he got the job done to earn his fifth save of the season despite giving up a two-run home run to Marwin Gonzalez. The Rays are known for their closer-by-committee approach, but Poche appears to be the top man in the bullpen for now. He has two wins and three saves in June, and he should continue to see continued high-leverage usage with J.P. Feyereisen (shoulder) on the IL and Andrew Kittredge out for the season with Tommy John surgery.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Picks up fourth save

    Poche pitched a clean ninth inning to pick up his fourth save of the season in a 7-6 win over the Orioles on Saturday. Poche has been one of the Rays' most dependable relievers this season. With J.P. Feyereisen (shoulder) placed on the 15-day injured list and Andrew Kittredge (elbow) out for the season, Poche has worked his way into the mix for saves, along with Jason Adam. Poche hasn't given up an earned run since May and has two wins and two saves during that time.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Gets last out for save

    Poche retired the only batter he faced with a strikeout to earn the save in Friday's 6-3 win over the White Sox. Shawn Armstrong got into a bases-loaded jam in the ninth inning, but Poche was able to end the threat with a strikeout of Luis Robert. It's an encouraging bounce-back for Poche, who took a blown save and backed into a win in his last outing Wednesday versus the Rangers. The southpaw is now 3-for-4 in save chances while adding eight holds, a 1.56 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 14:5 K:BB across 17.1 innings this season. He remains in the mix for save chances, though manager Kevin Cash has often opted to deploy a committee approach to closing duties.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Blows save chance, picks up win

    Poche (1-0) was charged with a blown save but earned the win after allowing an unearned run on a hit and two walks while striking out one Wednesday against the Rangers. Poche was asked to protect a one-run lead in the 10th inning, though that was quickly spoiled after he allowed a one-out single that brought home the designated runner from second base. He walked two of the next three batters he faced but escaped without any further damage. The Rays' closer situation remains ambiguous, but Poche would have three of the team's last four saves if he had converted Wednesday's opportunity successfully.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Converts second save

    Poche threw a perfect ninth inning Saturday to earn the save in a 3-1 win over the Yankees. Poche got Joey Gallo to pop up and then induced groundouts from DJ LeMahieu and Aaron Judge, escaping the inning in 13 pitches. After starting the year well, Poche has received and converted the Rays' last two save opportunities. He's posted a 1.20 ERA, 0.73 WHIP and 12:3 K:BB while adding seven holds in 16 appearances spanning 15 innings. It's unclear if he'll continue to get ninth-inning looks over Brooks Raley, but Poche is firmly in the high-leverage mix.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Snags first save

    Poche allowed an unearned run on two hits and a walk while striking out one in the ninth inning to earn the save Wednesday against the Marlins. Poche was handed a two-run lead and was ultimately forced to get out of a bases-loaded jam to end the game. Neither of the hits he surrendered left the infield, and the defense committed two errors behind him. Nevertheless, Poche managed to record his first save of the season, which is particularly notable because Andrew Kittredge (back) is sidelined and Brooks Raley was not used in the game. Poche missed the last two seasons due to Tommy John surgery but has returned to maintain a 1.29 ERA, 0.79 WHIP and 12:3 K:BB across 14 innings.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Called up by Rays

    Poche was recalled by the Rays on Friday. Poche impressed for Triple-A Charlotte, striking out 11 of the 21 batters he faced across six scoreless innings while walking two and allowing just a single hit. He'll return to the majors for the first time since 2019, having missed the last two seasons while recovering from Tommy John surgery. Chris Mazza (back) hit the injured list in a corresponding move.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Sent to Triple-A

    Poche was optioned to Triple-A Durham on Tuesday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. While Poche won't be on the team to start the year, the Rays will rotate through their relievers with options throughout the season, so he should get his chance before too long. The lefty has missed the last two seasons due to Tommy John surgery and had an unimpressive 4.70 ERA in his 51.2-inning debut back in 2019, though that came with a strong 34.8 percent strikeout rate.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Making third spring appearance

    Poche is scheduled to appear in relief of starter Josh Fleming in Wednesday's Grapefruit League game against the Orioles, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. Healthy again after missing the entire 2020 and 2021 seasons while recovering from the Tommy John surgery he underwent in June 2020, Poche is vying for a spot in the Rays' Opening Day bullpen. He's looked sharp in his first two Grapefruit League appearances to date, striking out two over two scoreless frames while recording a save.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Throws live batting practice

    Poche (elbow) threw live batting practice Monday, the Tampa Tribune reports. The 28-year-old hasn't pitched in a competitive setting since the 2019 postseason after undergoing the second Tommy John surgery of his career in July 2020. When he was last healthy during his rookie season in the majors, Poche was one of the top strikeout artists among relievers, whiffing 34.8 percent of the batters he faced. He'll likely need to work his way back at Triple-A to begin the season.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Received clearance in fall

    Poche (elbow) said Saturday that he received clearance to resume pitching ahead of fall instructionals, and he expects to be a full participant when the MLB lockout ends and big leaugers report to spring training, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The 28-year-old hasn't pitched in a competitive setting since the 2019 postseason after undergoing the second Tommy John surgery of his career in July 2020. The track record of pitchers returning from two reconstructive elbow injuries isn't a promising one, so the Rays could still look to limit his usage this spring out of an abundance of caution. When he was last healthy during his rookie season in the majors, Poche was one of the top strikeout artists among relievers, whiffing 34.8 percent of the batters he faced.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Won't pitch in 2021

    Poche (elbow) won't pitch in 2021, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Poche has been on the 60-day injured list since mid-February as he continues to recover from Tommy John surgery that he underwent in July of 2020. Manager Kevin Cash ruled the southpaw out for the season Thursday, and he'll now presumably shift his attention toward preparing for spring training in 2022.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Shifts to 60-day IL

    Poche (elbow) was placed on the 60-day injured list Wednesday, Adam Berry of MLB..com reports. The move was purely procedural, as Poche is expected out until at least early September after undergoing Tommy John surgery in late July 2020. Poche's transfer to the 60-day version of the IL makes room for offseason acquisition Rich Hill, whose signing was made official Wednesday, as well as that of the returning Oliver Drake (elbow), who also inked a deal.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Tommy John surgery completed

    The Rays announced that Poche (elbow) underwent successful Tommy John surgery in Texas on Wednesday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Poche will remain in Texas for the initial phases of his rehab before returning to Florida once he advances further in the recovery process. The southpaw reliever has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2020 season, and he's unlikely to resurface in the Tampa Bay bullpen until late in the second half of the 2021 campaign at the earliest.
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  • Rays' Colin Poche: Slated to miss 2020 season

    Poche suffered a torn UCL on Tuesday and will miss the 2020 season, Juan Toribio of MLB.com reports. The left-hander was showing improved results throughout camp, but he'll miss extensive time after Tommy John surgery was recommended Tuesday. As a result, he'll be placed on the 45-day injured list and miss the entire 2020 season and most or all of the 2021 campaign. The 25-year-old was set to play a more prominent role in the Rays' bullpen after posting a 4.70 ERA, 1.01 WHIP and 72:19 K:BB over 51.2 innings in his first season in the majors last year.
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