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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Earned Run Average
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Aug 11, 2022 4.2 3 4 4.72 -4
Aug 6, 2022 4.2 3 3 4.40 4
Jul 31, 2022 6.0 3 3 4.23 17.5
Jul 25, 2022 6.0 3 3 4.73 25.5
Jul 16, 2022 2.0 2 3 5.81 -12.5

Fantasy Stats

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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 696.9 47.7 3 4 64 24 4.72 1.66
2021 0.00 0.00
2020 0.0 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 0.00 0.00
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Roster
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Start
#59
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Struggles with control in loss

    Lodolo (3-4) took the loss against the Cubs on Thursday, giving up four runs on seven hits and four walks while striking out six batters over 4.2 innings. Lodolo threw a first-pitch strike to 19 of the 24 batters he faced, yet he issued four free passes and hit one batter. The rookie gave up three runs in the first inning, struck out the side in the second and allowed three baserunners in each of the third and fourth frames in the uneven performance. Lodolo has walked multiple batters in each of his past five starts, and he's added five hit batsmen over that stretch. He's registered a strong 12.1 K/9 over 47.2 innings on the season, but his control issues have led to an unsavory 4.72 ERA and 1.66 WHIP.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Sleeper pitchers for Week 19 (Aug. 8-14)

    The injury-ridden prospect appeared to be coming into his own with back-to-back dominant efforts against the Marlins and Orioles, but then hit a speed bump Brewers over the weekend. The Cubs offense rates more like the first two, giving Lodolo another chance to pile up whiffs with his breaking ball.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Inefficient in no-decision

    Lodolo allowed three runs on four hits, four walks and a hit batter while striking out four over 4.2 innings in a no-decision versus the Brewers on Saturday. Lodolo threw 56 of 100 pitches for strikes, and he was tagged for a pair of home runs by Andrew McCutchen and Keston Hiura in the fourth inning. This was just the second time in nine outings Lodolo's given up multiple homers, but the four walks were a season high and the four strikeouts matched his low mark for the year. The 24-year-old owns a 4.40 ERA, 1.58 WHIP and 58:20 K:BB through 43 innings in his rookie year. He's projected for a more favorable home start versus the Cubs next week.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Looks strong in no-decision

    Lodolo gave up one earned run on four hits and two walks while striking out seven over six innings in a 3-2 win over the Orioles. He did not factor into the decision. Lodolo made easy work of the Orioles lineup but had to settle for a no-decision after leaving the game with 98 pitches under his belt. Lodolo has now put together two quality starts in a row to lower his ERA to 4.23. The 24-year-old left-hander is racking up the strikeouts and now has 54 in 38 innings pitched this season. He is expected to make his next start this weekend at Milwaukee.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Possible waiver wire pickups

    The Marlins are a train wreck against left-handed pitchers, so it made sense that Lodolo would turn in the best start of his young career against them last time out, allowing no earned runs in six innings with nine strikeouts. But how would his follow-up go? Even better, it turns out. Granted, he was facing another bad offense, the Orioles, but he had even more swinging strikes (17 to 14) and again went six strong, allowing one earned run. He's getting whiffs on three different pitches (the most devastating being his curveball) and is now sporting an xFIP (3.34) nearly a point lower than his ERA (4.23). The Reds should be able to lean on the rookie pretty hard down the stretch, too, given the time he's already missed with a back strain.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Fans career-high nine

    Lodolo (3-3) picked up the win in Monday's 11-2 rout of the Marlins, giving up two unearned runs on five hits and two walks over six innings. He struck out nine. The nine punchouts were a career high for the rookie, and the quality start was his first in seven trips to the mound in the big leagues. Lodolo sports an impressive 30.5 percent strikeout rate through his first 32.1 innings for the Reds, but his 4.73 ERA and 1.67 WHIP haven't kept pace.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Sleeper pitchers for Week 17 (July 25-31)

    Lodolo has been pretty shaky in three starts since returning from a strained back, but the talent is still evident, making him worth a gamble with matchups as favorable as the Marlins and Orioles. The Marlins are just horrendous against left-handed pitchers.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Only two innings in loss

    Lodolo (2-3) took the loss Saturday, allowing five runs on five hits and three walks over two innings against the Cardinals. He struck out five. Lodolo also plunked three batters, uncorked a wild pitch and served up a long ball to Paul Goldschmidt. The lefty needed 67 pitches to record six outs. After the game, Lodolo didn't shy away from the fact that his command was completely absent. "It's something I haven't gone through," Lodolo told Bobby Nightengale of the Cincinnati Enquirer. "It's kind of weird just losing the zone like that on the field. I'm known for throwing strikes a lot. When I'm out there, I think maybe I'm trying to overcorrect because I'm thinking I'm a lot further off than I am." Perhaps Lodolo will try to tweak some things on the side during the All-Star break. Either way, he's going to be in the rotation throughout the second half so long as he's healthy.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Yields three runs in win

    Lodolo (2-2) allowed three runs on nine hits and a walk over five innings Sunday, striking out six and earning a win over the Rays. Lodolo gave up four hits through three shutout frames before the Rays produced a three-run fourth inning, started by Randy Arozarena's leadoff shot. In two starts since his return from the injured list, the 24-year-old southpaw has posted a 14:4 K:BB while yielding three runs over 9.2 frames. Lodolo is now sporting a 4.44 ERA through five starts this season. He's projected to start in St. Louis next weekend.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Sleeper pitchers for Week 15 (July 11-17)

    Lodolo sizzled in his first start back from the IL, showing all the bat-missing potential you'd expect from a top prospect. It came against the Mets, which is part of the reason I might risk using him against a Cardinals offense that rates similarly. He'd rank higher with a better matchup, of course.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Possible waiver wire pickups

    April isn't exactly fresh on our minds at this point, but for a hot minute there, Lodolo was, well, the hot thing. He registered 15 swinging strikes in his second start and allowed just one run over 5 2/3 innings in his third. He went on the IL with a strained back immediately afterward and was sidelined for long enough (2 1/2 months) to make us forget all about him. The reminder came loud Tuesday when he struck out eight over 4 2/3 scoreless innings in his return against the Mets. The outing was understandably short, but the stuff appeared to be fully intact, namely the breaking ball. After the game, several Mets were even comparing him to Chris Sale, so if you were disappointed in Brayan Bello's debut, here's your flashy alternative.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Fans eight in no-decision

    Lodolo didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 1-0 win over the Mets, allowing three hits and three walks over 4.2 scoreless innings while striking out eight. The rookie southpaw didn't last long enough to qualify for a win in his return from the injured list, getting the hook after 89 pitches (51 strikes), but it was a moot point Tuesday as the game's only run didn't cross the plate until the ninth inning. It was still a fairly impressive showing for Lodolo as he dueled future Hall of Famer Max Scherzer to a stalemate while he was on the mound. Lodolo will carry a 4.19 ERA, 1.50 WHIP and 27:8 K:BB through 19.1 innings into his next start.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Activated Tuesday

    The Reds activated Lodolo (back) off the 60-day injured list ahead of his scheduled start Tuesday against the Mets. The rookie southpaw made only three April starts before sustaining the back injury and landing on the shelf, striking out 19 batters while turning in a 5.52 ERA and allowing three home runs across 14.2 innings. After recently wrapping up a four-game minor-league rehab assignment in which he topped out at 4.2 innings and 78 pitches, Lodolo should be sufficiently stretched out as he slots back into what is expected to be a six-man rotation for Cincinnati.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Lodolo is set to resume his rookie season Tuesday after missing the past 2 1/2 months with a lower back strain. He made only three starts prior to the injury but flashed definite potential, striking out 19 in 14 2/3 innings. The third of those starts, in which he allowed one run in 5 2/3 innings with no walks and seven strikeouts, was particularly impressive. The left-hander generates whiffs on all three of his pitches and generally doesn't struggle with control. His 15 percent swinging-strike rate on his minor-league rehab assignment would suggest he has no lingering effects from the injury, so if you want to make a play for some upside, don't forget about him.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Expected to return Tuesday

    Lodolo (back) is expected to be activated off the 60-day injured list and start Tuesday against the Mets. Lodolo has been out since late April as he has been dealing with a back strain, and his return has been postponed multiple times. He has produced a 2.53 ERA and 1.37 WHIP with 16 strikeouts over 10.2 frames in three starts with Triple-A Louisville. Lodolo built up to 4.2 innings and 78 pitches in his last outing for Louisville, and he will look to improve upon the 5.52 ERA and 1.57 WHIP he compiled in the majors over three starts in April.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Set to return early next week

    Lodolo (back) will rejoin the Reds' rotation Monday or Tuesday against the Mets, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Lodolo made his fourth rehab start Wednesday at Triple-A Louisville and allowed a run on six hits and a walk while striking out five in 4.2 innings. The Reds will have a six-man rotation next week since they have a doubleheader, but manager David Bell declined to reveal the team's rotation plans past that point.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Looks good in fourth rehab start

    Lodolo (back) worked 4.2 innings in his rehab start Wednesday at Triple-A Louisville, striking out five while allowing one run on six hits and one walk. In what was his fourth rehab start overall and third in a row at Louisville, Lodolo built up to 78 pitches, throwing 47 strikes. He looked relatively sharp in the outing, as two of the hits he allowed were infield singles, while the run he was charged with was surrendered by a Louisville reliever. Based on his workload, Lodolo looks ready to make his next start in the big leagues, provided he checks out fine following a bullpen session over the weekend. Lodolo has been on the injured list since late April with a lower-back strain.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Making another rehab start

    Lodolo (back) is scheduled for another minor-league rehab start Wednesday, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. The 24-year-old covered four scoreless innings during his previous rehab outing Thursday with Triple-A Louisville, and he'll remain in the minors for at least one more rehab appearance. Lodolo is expected to throw about five innings and 85-to-90 pitches in what should be his final start before rejoining the Reds' rotation.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Heads to 60-day IL

    The Reds transferred Lodolo (back) from the 10-day injured list to the 60-day IL on Tuesday. Lodolo hasn't pitched for the Reds since April 24 and wasn't on track to be activated from the 10-day IL in fewer than 60 days, so the transaction won't affect his timeline. Instead, the move is merely procedural, as it clears a spot on the 40-man roster for infielder Donovan Solano (hamstring), who was reinstated from the 60-day IL. Lodolo is set to make his third rehab start at Triple-A Louisville later this week, and if all goes well, he could be activated from the IL and slot back into Cincinnati's rotation at some point during the final few days of June.
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  • Reds' Nick Lodolo: Needs another rehab start

    Manager David Bell said Sunday that Lodolo (back) will make one more rehab start at Triple-A Louisville this week before the Reds decide if he's ready to return from the 10-day injured list, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Lodolo has been on the IL since April 28 with a lower-back strain but is nearing the finish line in his recovery from the injury. In his second and most recent rehab start Saturday at Triple-A, Lodolo tossed two innings (49 pitches) and struck out six while giving up two runs on four hits and a walk. If Lodolo can build up to around 70 pitches in his upcoming rehab start, he could be stretched out enough to rejoin the big-league rotation before the end of the month.
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