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Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 101.56.8 47.3 4 2 51 13 5.13 1.25
2021 166.59.3 89.7 4 6 99 27 4.52 1.28
3y Avg. 132.58.3 68.7 4 4 75 20 4.72 1.27
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Rough performance Sunday

    Megill gave up six runs (three earned) on six hits and five walks over 3.2 innings in Sunday's Grapefruit League game against the Cardinals. He struck out two. David Peterson got the start Sunday while Megill came on in relief, and while neither pitcher was at their best, Peterson ended up with the much cleaner line in the box score. Megill did get stretched out to 78 pitches (42 strikes), but his late stumble in camp did him no favors as he tries to win the fifth starter role for the Mets. Barring a late development, Peterson should be viewed as the favorite to begin the regular season as part of the rotation.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Blanks Marlins in Monday's audition

    Megill gave up three hits and a walk while striking out three over four scoreless innings during Monday's Grapefruit League game against the Marlins. With the fifth spot in the Mets' rotation up for grabs due to Jose Quintana's rib injury, Megill replaced Max Scherzer as the starter Monday so the young right-hander could face big-league hitters, and he responded by shutting down a lineup that included Jazz Chisholm, Garrett Cooper and Jorge Soler. David Peterson also remains in the mix for the open rotation job and has yet to allow a run this spring himself, but Megill's performance Monday keeps him firmly in the mix.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Could be favorite for No. 5 spot

    Megill might be the favorite to open the season as the Mets' fifth starter with Jose Quintana (rib) sidelined, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. David Peterson pitched well for the Mets last season and would give the team a lefty alongside four righties in the rotation. However, Puma writes that the Mets "appear most intrigued by the idea of giving the spot to Megill," who held a 1.93 ERA over his first five starts in 2022 before his season was sidetracked by injury. Megill is healthy now, though, and has allowed just one run over his first 4.1 innings this spring. With Quintana expected to be out until around the All-Star break, the Mets might ultimately need both Megill and Peterson to make plenty of starts.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: An option to fill out rotation

    Megill might get a shot in the Mets' rotation if Jose Quintana (rib) needs time on the injured list, Mark W. Sanchez of the New York Post reports. There's no timetable for Quintana's return, but the stress fracture in his rib is an injury which has cost other players significant time. Megill got off to a fantastic start last season but then missed significant time with biceps and shoulder issues and struggled in September as a reliever. The right-hander is healthy now, though, and has some upside if he does indeed have a rotation spot for a while. David Peterson would probably have the leg up over Megill for a spot, assuming his foot injury is indeed minor as it appears.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Working on curveball

    Megill is hoping his curveball can become a reliable fourth pitch, Abbey Mastracco of The New York Daily News reports. The right-hander has featured a four-seam fastball, slider and changeup, and giving hitters another offering to worry about would help solidify Megill's future in the rotation. "Threw a couple [curves] today for strikes and that was the biggest thing," he said after Wednesday's Grapefruit League game against the Marlins. "I'm excited to try and drop them in there and then use it as a two-strike pitch as well. If I can get that over the plate for strikes, and then with two strikes mix the variation of speed up, then go top-to-bottom zone-wise with my other pitches." A closer in college at Arizona, Megill broke camp in the Mets' rotation last year due to injuries and went 4-0 in April with a 1.93 ERA, 0.86 WHIP and 27:6 K:BB through 28 innings before eventually fading and moving to the bullpen. With New York's veteran starters all healthy in camp, however, the 27-year-old isn't likely to begin 2023 in the rotation, though he should see some starts throughout the year with the Mets planning to use a six-man rotation during long stretches with no off days, according to Tim Britton of The Athletic.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Will remain starter for now

    Megill will be stretched out as a starter in camp but is likely to begin the regular season as part of Triple-A Syracuse's rotation, Anthony DiComo of reports. The Mets have five veteran starters on guaranteed contracts, which means when everyone is healthy, depth options like Megill will either work out of the big-league bullpen or head down to Syracuse. As the 27-year-old right-hander has minor-league options remaining, the latter route seems more likely to begin the season. Megill appeared in 15 games (nine starts) for the Mets in 2022 and was the team's Opening Day starter, posting a 2.43 ERA, 0.90 WHIP and 36:8 K:BB in 33.1 innings over six starts in April and May before injuries put him off course the rest of the way.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Returns from injured list

    Megill (undisclosed) was reinstated from the COVID-19 injured list Friday and was included on the Mets' roster for the NL Wild Card series against the Padres, Deesha Thosar of Fox Sports reports. Megill landed on the COVID-19 IL on Wednesday but quickly cleared the necessary protocols and is back on the active roster. The 27-year-old had a 5.13 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 51:13 K:BB over 47.1 innings this year and is likely to be a low-leverage option out of the bullpen this weekend.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Heads to injured list

    Megill was placed on the injured list for an undisclosed reason Wednesday. The Mets didn't provide a reason for placing Megill on the injured list, suggesting that he's on the COVID-19 IL. Assuming that's the case, the right-hander will be eligible to return as soon as he clears the league's health and safety protocols, but it's not yet clear whether he'll be back in time for the upcoming NL Wild Card Series against the Padres, which begins Friday.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Back from IL

    The Mets reinstated Megill (shoulder) from the 60-day injured list Monday. As expected, the righty is activated prior to Monday's series-opener in Milwaukee. All nine of his big-league appearances to date in 2021 are starts, but he'll be pitching in relief for the remainder of the season. It will interesting to see how his stuff, which included a high-90s fastball prior to the shoulder injury, looks in his new role. Further, it remains to be seen whether Megill receives high-leverage innings and the opportunity for holds.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Slated to return Monday

    Megill (shoulder) will be reinstated from the 60-day injured list Monday, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports. Megill returned to the Mets' clubhouse Saturday after concluding his rehab assignment, but the team will wait a few days before activating him. Over six relief appearances in September, he allowed six runs on five hits and three walks while striking out nine in 5.2 innings during his rehab assignment. Once he's officially activated, the 27-year-old will pitch out of the Mets' bullpen.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Needs another rehab appearance

    Megill (shoulder) will make another rehab appearance at Triple-A Syracuse on Friday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Megill was sharp over his first four rehab appearances in September, but he gave up five runs on three hits and two walks in two-thirds of an inning Tuesday. The Mets want to see him pitch multiple innings prior to rejoining the major-league club, so the right-hander will make at least one more appearance at Syracuse before he's in the mix to be activated.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Sharp during rehab assignment

    Megill (shoulder) struck out a batter in a perfect inning in his most recent rehab outing Friday for Triple-A Syracuse. Across his four rehab outings between Syracuse and Double-A Binghamton, Megill has now struck out eight batters over four perfect innings. Since he's covered exactly one frame in each of his appearances, Megill doesn't look like he'll be tasked with handling a multi-inning role once he's reinstated from the 60-day injured list, potentially later this week. He should fill a key setup role in front of closer Edwin Diaz as the postseason approaches.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Pitches in relief

    Megill (shoulder) struck out the side after entering in relief during a rehab outing with Double-A Binghamton on Thursday, Anthony DiComo of reports. The Mets are set to have a fully healthy rotation shortly, as Carlos Carrasco (oblique) is likely to return during the team's weekend series against the Nationals. That leaves Megill without a spot in the starting five, though he could pitch in high-leverage situations out of the big-league bullpen once activated.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Beginning rehab assignment Tuesday

    Megill (shoulder) will begin a rehab assignment Tuesday with Double-A Binghamton, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Megill threw live batting practice Monday and apparently fared well since he was cleared to start up the rehab assignment. The right-hander shouldn't require a particularly lengthy rehab stint since he's slated to pitch out of the Mets' bullpen once he's back to full health.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Live BP on tap

    Megill (shoulder) threw a bullpen session Friday and is scheduled for live batting practice Monday, Anthony DiComo of reports. Megill has been sidelined by a shoulder injury since mid-June but is closing in on his return from the injured list. If all goes well Monday, the right-hander could start a rehab assignment later next week. Megill is still expected to rejoin the Mets as a reliever, so he shouldn't require a lengthy rehab stint to get stretched out.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Set to face hitters

    Megill (shoulder) will throw live batting practice Friday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Megill resumed mound work in mid-August and has been cleared to take another step in his recovery process by facing hitters Friday. The right-hander is expected to pitch out of the bullpen once he's cleared to return and hopes to rejoin the Mets in late August or early September.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Slated for 15-pitch bullpen session

    Megill (shoulder) will throw a 15-pitch bullpen session Sunday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Megill's bullpen session will be his first since landing on the injured list in mid-June. Although he won't throw many pitches Sunday, he presumably won't require too much time to build back up since he's slated to pitch out of the bullpen once he's healthy. It's possible that he'll be back in action in late August or early September.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: First bullpen session scheduled

    Megill (shoulder) will throw his first bullpen session next Saturday, Anthony DiComo of reports. Megill has been out since mid-June with a strained right shoulder. He's targeting a return in late August or early September, but he'll pitch in a relief role down the stretch, robbing him of most of his fantasy value. His long-term appeal remains intact, however, as he's expected to build back up as a starter over the winter.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Beginning throwing program Friday

    Megill said he plans to throw a baseball Friday for the first time since being shut down June 17 with a strained right shoulder, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Megill was moved to the 60-day injured list June 27, so he won't be eligible to return until mid-August even if he encounters no setbacks as he initiates his throwing program shortly before the All-Star break. According to Healey, Megill acknowledged that the uptick in velocity he's shown in 2022 compared to his rookie season has likely contributed to him landing on the IL on two occasions due to arm-related issues, so the 26-year-old may look to scale back the number of max-effort pitches he throws upon returning and instead keep his fastball more consistently around the 94-to-96 mile-per-hour range.
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  • Mets' Tylor Megill: Out through mid-August

    The Mets transferred Megill (shoulder) from the 15-day injured list to the 60-day IL on Monday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. The transaction confirms that Megill will be sidelined for at least two months due to the strained right shoulder he sustained in his July 16 start against the Brewers. When his diagnosis was first announced, the Mets revealed that Megill would be shut down for four weeks before being re-evaluated, and the club is already bracing for the right-hander to need at least another month of ramp-up time even if he's cleared to resume throwing coming out of the All-Star break. Even though Megill has looked dominant at times when healthy this season, his prolonged absence will make it tough to justify holding him in most redraft leagues.
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