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date ip
Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Earned Run Average
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Aug 10, 2022 6.1 7 8 4.81
Aug 5, 2022 4.0 7 8 4.92 -5
Jul 31, 2022 5.0 7 7 4.59 1
Jul 26, 2022 5.0 7 6 4.45 8
Jul 13, 2022 5.0 7 6 4.40 -0.5

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
sv
Saves
so
Strikeouts
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 20310.2 106.0 7 8 122 46 4.93 1.31
2021 1289.1 70.7 2 2 76 33 5.48 1.36
2020 0.0 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 628.9 35.3 1 1 38 16 5.60 1.36
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Roster
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Start
#67
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Sleeper pitchers for Week 19 (Aug. 8-14)

    Gray has fallen victim to home runs more recently, but he remains an excellent swing-and-miss pitcher who'll be facing off against a strikeout-prone Cubs lineup this week. Expect a rebound performance.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Ambushed by Phillies

    Gray (7-8) took the loss Friday as the Nationals were downed 7-2 by the Phillies, surrendering six runs on five hits -- including four home runs -- and three walks over four innings. He struck out four. Three of the long balls came in the first inning before J.T. Realmuto capped the barrage in the third with a two-run shot. Gray got the hook after 79 pitches (46 strikes) having served up multiple homers for the fourth time in his last five trips to the mound, a gruesome stretch in which he's compiled a 7.20 ERA and 1.44 WHIP despite a superficially successful 34:11 K:BB through 25 innings. Gray now has a 2.4 HR/9 for his big-league career, and the 24-year-old will never come close to reaching his full potential without first solving his homer woes.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Tagged with four runs

    Gray (7-7) allowed four runs on five hits and two walks over five innings Sunday, striking out six and taking a loss against the Cardinals. Gray allowed just one run through three frames before he served up a three-run shot to Corey Dickerson in the fourth. The 24-year-old righty posted an unsightly 6.75 ERA with a 36:10 K:BB through five starts in July. Gray is now sporting a 4.59 ERA across 102 innings this season. He's lined up to start in Philadelphia next week.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Permits three runs in no-decision

    Gray didn't factor into the decision during Tuesday's 8-3 victory over the Dodgers, allowing three runs on five hits and two walks with six strikeouts in five innings. Gray settled down after surrendering a leadoff home run to Mookie Betts to prevent Los Angeles from scoring over the next three frames; however, he faltered in the fifth as two more runs scored on three hits. The 24-year-old continues to miss bats with 14 swinging strikes on 94 pitches and he has now struck out 30 batters in 22.2 innings across four starts this month, though he's also permitted 16 runs during the stretch. Gray carries a 4.45 ERA and 1.28 WHIP with 112 strikeouts in 97 innings into his next start, scheduled for next week against the Mets.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Can't keep ball in yard Wednesday

    Gray (7-6) took the loss in the first game of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Mariners, surrendering five runs on six hits -- including three home runs -- and three walks over five innings as the Nationals fell 6-4. He struck out seven. The right-hander tossed only 57 of 97 pitches for strikes before exiting, and all five of the runs off him came via homer -- a three-run blast by Eugenio Suarez in the first inning, and a pair of solo shots by Jesse Winker and Adam Frazier in the fourth. Gray has been tagged for seven homers over his last four starts and 21 in 92 innings on the season, leading to a 4.40 ERA despite an otherwise palatable 1.27 WHIP and 106:39 K:BB.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Tuesday's start postponed

    Gray won't start as scheduled Tuesday versus the Mariners since the game was postponed due to inclement weather. The contest will be made up via a doubleheader Wednesday, and Gray should start one of those games. The postponement likely means it will be his final appearance prior to the All-Star break.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Sleeper pitchers for Week 15 (July 11-17)

    Gray has turned his season around by upping his breaking ball use, but he leaned on his fastball more in his latest start and still dominated. With a 2.78 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 11.4 K/9 in his past six starts, he's looking like a must-start in a two-start week.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Strikes out career-high 11 batters

    Gray (7-5) earned the win Wednesday after he pitched six innings, surrendering two runs on four hits and a walk while striking out 11 versus the Phillies. Gray returned to form Wednesday, limiting the Phillies to two runs on two Kyle Schwarber solo homers while striking out a career-high 11 batters. He produced his sixth quality start of the campaign and got back on the right track following a six-run implosion against the Marlins in his last outing. Even with the clunker from last time mixed in, Gray has produced a 2.68 ERA and 1.12 WHIP with 48 punchouts over 40.2 innings in his last seven starts. The hot stretch has his season numbers at a 4.14 ERA and 1.24 WHIP with 99 strikeouts over 87 frames in 16 starts in 2022.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Picked apart by Marlins

    Gray (6-5) took the loss Friday as the Nationals fell 6-3 to the Marlins, coughing up six runs on 10 hits and two walks over 5.2 innings. He struck out six. Only three of the season-high 10 hits off the right-hander went for extra bases, including a Brian Anderson solo shot in the third inning, but Gray couldn't get outs when he needed to and four straight singles to lead off the sixth helped spell the end of his night. The performance snapped a string of five straight starts in which he'd allowed two runs or fewer, and Gray will take a 4.22 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 88:35 K:BB through 81 innings into his next outing.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Sleeper pitchers for Week 13 (June 27-July 3)

    Gray is throwing more sliders, missing more bats and keeping the ball in the park more often. The Marlins lineup seemingly lacks the thump to reverse those trends.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Strikes out nine

    Gray gave up two earned runs on four hits and a walk while striking out nine over seven innings in a 3-2 loss to the Rangers on Saturday. He did not factor into the decision. Gray had one of his best starts of the year and has continued to show a propensity to pitch well on the road. He now boasts a 2.01 road ERA on the season and an excellent 1.13 ERA over the month of June. The home run has been Gray's major weakness, and the two-run blast he surrendered to Nathaniel Lowe was his 15th long ball in 14 appearances this season. Look for Gray to take the mound at home against the Marlins on Friday.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Sleeper pitchers for Week 12 (June 20-26)

    Gray's increased slider usage in recent starts has upped his whiff rate, and missing more bats might be a way to reduce his vulnerability to the long ball. The Rangers lineup is questionable enough to justify a roll of the dice this week.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Tosses six scoreless innings

    Gray pitched six scoreless innings against Philadelphia on Saturday, allowing one hit and three walks while striking out four. He did not factor in the decision. Gray wasn't efficient in the outing, needing 117 pitches -- only 66 of which were strikes -- to make it through six frames. However, he gave up only one hit (a first-inning infield single) to record his second straight scoreless start. The right-hander struggled to a 5.44 ERA over his first nine appearances of the season, but he's since allowed just two earned runs over 22 innings covering four starts to lower his ERA to 3.95. Gray continues to struggle with walks, however -- he's issued at least three free passes in four of his past five appearances and has racked up 32 walks on the season, tied for third most in the league.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Next start coming Saturday

    Gray is scheduled to make his next start in Saturday's home game against the Phillies, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. Gray was lined up to make two starts at the beginning of the week, but he was ultimately scratched from his scheduled outing Monday against Atlanta since the Nationals didn't want to have him warm up a second time following a 90-minute rain delay. Rather than having Gray pitch a couple days later, the Nationals elected to skip his turn in the rotation entirely. Gray will take a 6-4 record, 4.33 ERA and 1.32 WHIP into his 13th start of the season this weekend.
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  • Sleeper pitchers for Week 10 (June 6-12)

    Home runs remain far and away the biggest obstacle for the second-year pitcher. When he keeps the ball in the park, the results are generally good, and he'll be pitching in a big park against a suspect lineup this week.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Beats Reds for sixth win

    Gray (6-4) earned the win Friday, allowing two runs (one earned) on two hits and three walks while striking out nine over six innings against the Reds. Facing the team that originally drafted him in 2018, Gray turned in arguably his best start of the season so far. He had a recent blowup against another former team -- the Dodgers -- but the 24-year-old right-hander has responded well with two earned runs allowed and 12 strikeouts in his last two starts (11 innings). Gray should be considered a volatile option given the walks and homers. While he can flash brilliance, Gray is still inconsistent.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Back in win column

    Gray (5-4) allowed one run on three hits and four walks over five innings Sunday, striking out three and earning a win over the Rockies. After serving up a leadoff home run to Charlie Blackmon on the second pitch of the game, Gray kept Colorado off the board for the rest of his outing. Since his last win May 7, he had coughed up 16 runs on seven homers over his previous three outings entering Sunday. The 24-year-old righty lowered his ERA to 5.08 with a 54:25 K:BB through 51.1 innings. Gray is lined up to take the mound in Cincinnati next week.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Posts fourth win

    Gray (4-2) earned the win during Saturday's 7-3 victory over the Angels, allowing three runs on five hits and two walks with three strikeouts in 5.1 innings. Gray was staked to an early 4-0 lead and almost gave it up in a three-run fourth inning but held on to record his fourth win in five starts. Excluding his first turn, Gray has permitted eight runs in 27.1 innings -- good for a 2.63 ERA -- though he's already handed out 16 free passes. The 24-year-old will be in for a challenge as he's scheduled to face Houston next weekend.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Six shutout frames

    Gray (3-2) picked up the win during Sunday's 11-5 victory over San Francisco, allowing one hit and four walks with three strikeouts in six scoreless innings. Gray took the hill with a 5-0 lead in hand and breezed through the first four innings, only encountering trouble when he loaded the bases in the fifth. However, he was able to strike out Darin Ruf to end the threat. The 24-year-old has excelled in two road starts thus far, tossing 11 scoreless innings combined, compared to surrendering nine runs in 15 innings during three home games. The totals come out to a solid 3.12 ERA, 31 strikeouts and a slightly high 1.31 WHIP in 26 innings.
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  • Nationals' Josiah Gray: Fans 10 in Tuesday's loss

    Gray (2-2) took the loss Tuesday as the Nationals were downed 5-2 by the Marlins, giving up four runs on seven hits and three walks over 5.2 innings. He struck out 10. The 10 whiffs tied his career high and Gray fired 66 of his 98 pitches for strikes, but his command within the zone left something to be desired as he got hit hard, with Joey Wendle's three-run shot in the fourth inning proving to be the difference in the game. Gray's 32.9 percent strikeout rate through 20 innings this season is definitely encouraging, but it comes with an 11.8 percent walk rate fueling his 4.05 ERA and 1.45 WHIP.
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