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AL East Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
70-38 4-6 L4
59-48 5-5 L2
57-50 5-5 L1
56-51 7-3 W5
54-55 5-5 L1

2022 Pitching

STATS IP
Innings Pitched
W
Wins
L
Losses
ERA
Earned Run Average
SO
Strikeouts
BB
Base on Balls (Walk)
Regular Season 128.1 10 5 2.24 161 23

Top Shane McClanahan News

  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Gives up four in loss

    McClanahan (10-5) gave up four earned runs on six hits and no walks while striking out three over 6.1 innings to take the loss in a 9-1 defeat against the Tigers on Saturday.

    McClanahan was cruising on his way to another quality start but got into some trouble in the seventh inning when the first two batters hit their way on base. Rays manager Kevin Cash decided to go to the bullpen after McClanahan gave up a sacrifice fly to Jonathan Schoop in the next at-bat which could have easily gotten down for a double if it weren't for an excellent sliding grab by Jose Siri in center field. McClanahan was then tagged with another earned run after leaving the game. The 25-year-old left-hander has now given up nine earned runs over his past two starts to raise his ERA to 2.24, which ranks fourth best in all of MLB. The Rays' ace will look to return to dominance in his next expected start versus the Orioles.

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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Worst start of 2022

    McClanahan (10-4) allowed five runs on seven hits, three walks and a hit batsman while striking out four in 4.1 innings, taking the loss Sunday versus the Guardians.

    McClanahan's five runs allowed were a season high, and he matched his season low for innings pitched. The Guardians built rallies against the southpaw in the second and fifth innings, with a two-run Austin Hedges single in the fifth off reliever Ryan Thompson adding the final damage to McClanahan's line. The good news is this has been a rarity for the 25-year-old -- he's given up three or more runs only four times in 20 starts, and he'd rattled off 13 quality starts in a row entering Sunday. He owns a 2.07 ERA, 0.83 WHIP and 158:23 K:BB in 122 innings, just 1.1 frames shy of his rookie-season mark. He's on track for a favorable road start in Detroit next weekend.

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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Effective versus Orioles

    McClanahan tossed seven innings, giving up two runs on two hits and one walk while striking out seven in the loss to the Orioles on Tuesday. He did not factor into the decision.

    McClanahan was able to limit the Orioles to just three baserunners in Tuesday's outing, but both of the hits he surrendered were solo home runs. Cedric Mullins launched a leadoff homer in the bottom of the first and Anthony Santander took the lefty deep for another solo shot in the fourth frame. The two long balls matched the total that McClanahan had allowed over his five prior starts combined. On the bright side, the 25-year-old extended his quality start streak to a remarkable 13 consecutive outings, and he now owns a 1.76 ERA and 0.77 WHIP with 154 punchouts over 117.2 frames through 19 starts this year.

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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Notches 10th win

    McClanahan (10-3) earned the win over Boston on Wednesday, pitching 6.1 innings and allowing one run on three hits and no walks while striking out six.

    McClanahan was quite efficient in the outing, throwing 57 of 85 pitches for strikes. His only troublesome inning was the fifth, when he allowed the first two batters he faced to reach base via singles. The Red Sox got only one run out of the frame, however, and they couldn't manage anything else against McClanahan and three Rays relievers. The southpaw lowered his season ERA to 1.71 with the dominant performance, and that mark now ranks first in the majors following a rare poor outing by previous leader Tony Gonsolin on the same night. McClanahan also leads the league with a 0.80 WHIP and 147 strikeouts, and he is one of only five pitchers to have reached 10 victories thus far.

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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Racks up eight strikeouts Friday

    McClanahan allowed a run on three hits and two walks while striking out eight in six innings during Friday's extra-inning loss to the Reds. He didn't factor into the decision.

    McClanahan was incredibly sharp once again Friday, as the lone run he gave up came via a solo homer in the bottom of the third inning. However, he didn't get much run support from the Rays and was unable to pick up a third consecutive win. The southpaw has delivered 11 consecutive quality starts dating back to May 11, and he's posted a 1.13 ERA and 94:10 K:BB in 72 innings during that time. He's a strong candidate for the AL Cy Young Award and tentatively lines up to make his final start before the All-Star break at home against the Red Sox on Wednesday.

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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Continues Cy Young chase

    McClanahan (9-3) earned the win in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader, allowing one run on three hits and one walk over seven innings in a 6-2 win over the Blue Jays. He struck out 10.

    Fans in Rogers Centre were robbed of a potentially great pitchers' duel, as Kevin Gausman left in the second inning after taking a comebacker off his ankle. Casey Lawrence entered in relief and was no match for McClanahan, who got 19 called strikes and 18 swinging strikes on 94 pitches. McClanahan now sits with a 1.74 ERA and 0.81 WHIP, and is arguably the frontrunner for the AL Cy Young Award at roughly the midway point of the season.

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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Fans 10 in win

    McClanahan (8-3) earned the win Sunday against Pittsburgh, striking out 10 while allowing one run on four hits in seven innings.

    McClanahan spent the day confusing hitters and inducing weak contact as he dominated the Pirates lineup. After he allowed a one-out double in the fourth, the lefty retired the final 11 batters he faced. Over his last nine starts, the 25-year-old has a 1.07 ERA and 76:6 K:BB in 59 innings and has tossed at least six innings while allowing two earned runs or fewer in each appearance. His next start will likely be next weekend in Toronto.

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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Impressive in no-decision

    McClanahan allowed one run on four hits and one walk while striking out eight over six innings against the Yankees on Monday. He did not factor in the decision.

    McClanahan served up a first-inning solo shot to Anthony Rizzo but did not allow any runs for the remainder of his outing. He notched 16 swinging strikes and racked up eight punchouts but had to settle for a no-decision as Yankees ace Gerrit Cole carried a no-hitter into the eighth frame. McClanahan has allowed two or fewer earned runs in nine consecutive starts and has posted a 1.26 ERA, 0.78 WHIP and 71:9 K:BB while collecting six wins over that span. He ranks third in the majors with a 1.81 ERA on the season.

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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Gives up two blasts in loss

    McClanahan (7-3) took the loss Wednesday, allowing four runs (one earned) on three hits and two walks over six innings against the Yankees. He struck out seven.

    McClanahan allowed only three hits, but two of those were homers -- a solo blast to Aaron Judge in the bottom of the first and a three-run shot to Kyle Higashioka in the fifth. However, the left-hander was still able to get through six-plus innings while striking out at least seven for a seventh consecutive start. During that stretch, McClanahan sports a 0.98 ERA with a 58:6 K:BB. His next start is tentatively scheduled for a rematch with the Yankees on Monday.

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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Mows down Cardinals

    McClanahan (7-2) allowed an unearned run on two hits and one walk while striking out nine across eight innings to earn the win Thursday against the Rays.

    McClanahan continued his run of dominance by racking up 20 swinging strikes across 94 total pitches. He allowed two of his three baserunners in the sixth inning, which resulted in the Cardinals' only run after McClanahan committed a throwing error. McClanahan has now allowed two or fewer earned runs in each of his last seven starts. He owns a 1.87 ERA and a 98:13 K:BB across 72.1 innings on the season.

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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Collects fourth straight win

    McClanahan (6-2) earned the win Friday over the White Sox. He allowed two runs on six hits and struck out eight without issuing a walk in six innings.

    By his recent standards, this was a little bit of a downturn for McClanahan, who allowed multiple runs for the first time since May 5. He's picked up wins in four straight starts and five of his last six outings, and he had all the support he needed Friday after the first inning. The southpaw is now at a 2.10 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 89:12 K:BB across 64.1 innings in 11 starts this year. He'll look to keep rolling at home versus the Cardinals next week.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 200 lbs
Birthplace: Baltimore, MD
Age: 25
Bats/Throws: L, L