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date ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
l
Losses
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Earned Run Average
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Sep 30, 2022 6.0 16 7 2.24 26
Sep 24, 2022 7.0 15 7 2.31 29
Sep 18, 2022 6.0 14 7 2.40 14.5
Sep 13, 2022 6.2 14 7 2.43 15.5
Sep 7, 2022 8.0 14 7 2.42 31.5

Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
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Losses
sv
Saves
so
Strikeouts
bb
Base on Balls (Walk)
era
Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 57318.5 196.7 16 7 180 51 2.24 0.99
2021 311.515.6 111.7 9 2 127 40 3.22 1.05
2020 0.0 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 15515.5 56.0 4 1 64 20 3.21 1.04
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Roster
84%
Start
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Fantasy News

  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Starting Friday's wild-card matchup

    Manoah will start Game 1 of the AL Wild Card Series against the Mariners on Friday, Kaitlyn McGrath of The Athletic reports. The Blue Jays opted against using Manoah as a starter on the final day of the regular season Wednesday, and the right-hander will instead take the mound for the Blue Jays' first postseason game of the year. Manoah was dominant over six starts in September, posting a 0.88 ERA and 0.85 WHIP in 41 innings.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Unlikely to start Wednesday

    Manoah is unlikely to pitch the final game of the regular season Wednesday in Baltimore, Mitch Bannon of SI.com reports. While Manoah is on turn, Yusei Kikuchi is the likely starter in what would amount to a bullpen game. The Jays will likely save Manoah, who is fifth in the majors with 196.2 innings, for what they hope is a long postseason run.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Seven shut-down innings

    Manoah (15-7) earned the win Saturday without allowing a run on four hits and two walks over seven innings against the Rays. He struck out eight. Manoah allowed just two extra-base hits in the form of doubles from Randy Arozarena and Francisco Mejia. The righty has been outstanding in his last seven starts, recording a 1.13 ERA and 0.90 WHIP over 48 innings. In addition, the 24-year-old has not allowed a home run in eight of his last 10 games.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Effective in no-decision

    Manoah allowed a run on four hits and four walks while striking out five in six innings in a 5-4 loss Sunday against Baltimore. He did not factor into the decision. Manoah wasn't at his best Sunday but he navigated trouble to keep Toronto in a position to win. Three consecutive hits in the fourth inning led to the lone run but he settled down after that, retiring eight of the last nine batters he faced. The former West Virginia Mountaineer has allowed two runs or fewer in each of his last six starts, compiling a 1.32 ERA, 0.90 WHIP and 37:12 K:BB in 41 innings in that span. His next start will likely be next weekend in Tampa Bay.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Settles for no-decision Tuesday

    Manoah didn't factor into the decision in the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Rays, allowing two runs on five hits and two walks over 6.2 innings in a 7-2 win. He struck out five. The right-hander was initially scheduled to start the matinee, but a stomach bug made him a late scratch. Manoah powered through and was able to take the mound in the nightcap however, and he delivered his fifth straight quality start and his 22nd of the season. Manoah sports a 1.29 ERA, 0.83 WHIP and 32:8 K:BB through 35 innings over that five-outing QS streak, and the 24-year-old seems to be getting stronger down the stretch with the playoffs in sight.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Recovered, starting Game 2

    Manoah (illness) will start Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Rays with no restrictions, Scott Mitchell of TSN.ca reports. He was originally scheduled to start Game 1 but was scratched with a stomach bug. Manoah should be deployed as usual for the nightcap.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Dealing with illness

    Manoah is dealing with an illness, according to Hazel Mae of Sportsnet, and will not start the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Rays. Manoah was expected to take the ball in the first game of Tuesday's twin bill, but his illness will prevent him from doing so, and Julian Merryweather will open the game instead. Manoah is receiving treatment, and there remains a chance he could start the second contest on Tuesday's schedule.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Allows no runs in seven innings

    Manoah (13-7) earned the win against the Pirates on Friday, allowing no runs on five hits while striking out six and walking one over 7.1 innings. Manoah pitched another gem Friday, keeping the Pirates off the scoreboard while striking out six of them. He threw 64 of 98 pitches for strikes across seven frames, stranding six baserunners. This was Manoah's first win since Aug. 4 but his third quality start in a row. The righty is up to 20 quality starts this season. He will take a 2.48 ERA into his next appearance.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Good performance despite loss

    Manoah (12-7) took the loss Saturday, allowing one run on four hits and two walks over seven innings against the Angels. He struck out eight. Manoah allowed just one extra-base hit in the form of a double from Ryan Aguilar and later surrendered an RBI single to shortstop Luis Rengifo in the sixth to break the scoreless deadlock. In his last eight starts, the righty has recorded five quality starts and 50 strikeouts over 48 innings. In addition, Manoah has not allowed a home run in four of his last five starts.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Strikes out eight Sunday

    Manoah allowed two runs (one earned) on four hits and two walks while striking out eight in six innings during Sunday's loss to the Yankees. He didn't factor into the decision. Manoah was in line for the loss when he exited Sunday's matchup, but he was able to settle for the no-decision since the Blue Jays tied the game in the top of the seventh inning. The right-hander has been less sharp than usual over his last five starts, posting a 4.50 ERA in 28 innings while picking up just one win over that stretch. He projects to make his next start at home against the Angels on Saturday.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Throws five innings in no-decision

    Manoah did not factor into the decision Tuesday, allowing three runs on eight hits and one walk over five innings in a 6-5 loss to the Orioles. He struck out five. Toronto's ace got off to a rocky start, surrendering two runs in the first inning and proceeding to allow one more run to score in the third. While he was unable to record the quality start, Manoah was able to get through five innings for the 22nd time this season despite not being at his best. He'll look to get the better of the Orioles in his next scheduled start next week.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Shaky control in win

    Manoah (12-5) allowed two runs on two hits, four walks and a hit batter while striking out five across six innings to earn the win Thursday over the Twins. Manoah matched his season high with the four walks, but he was able to keep the ball in the yard for just the second time in his last eight starts. The Blue Jays' offense made sure he left with a lead by rallying for three runs in the sixth inning. The 24-year-old right-hander has quality starts in four of his last five outings, and he owns a sharp 2.45 ERA, 0.99 WHIP and 119:30 K:BB across 132 innings in 21 starts overall. Manoah is on track for a road start in Baltimore next week.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Cleared to start Thursday

    Manoah (elbow) has been cleared to make his next start Thursday in Minnesota, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports. Though Manoah exited his most recent start Friday against the Tigers early after being struck on the elbow with a comebacker, he avoided a significant injury and escaped with just a bruise on his pitching arm. The 24-year-old was apparently able to complete his between-starts bullpen session without any discomfort, so he should be in line for a normal workload Thursday when he takes the hill for the 21st time this season.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Looks on track for next start

    Blue Jays interim manager John Schneider said Sunday that Manoah (elbow) is line to make his next turn through the rotation, Mitch Bannon of SI.com reports. Manoah was fortunate to avoid anything more than a bruise after he was struck in his pitching elbow by a comebacker in his last outing Friday against the Tigers. He played catch Sunday and could be cleared to throw a side session Monday or Tuesday. If all goes well during the mound session, Manoah would be available to start as soon as Thursday's series opener in Minnesota. Due to an off day Monday, the Blue Jays would have the luxury of pushing Manoah's next start until Saturday if he needs a couple extra days to heal up.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Feeling better Saturday

    Manoah (elbow) is feeling better Saturday, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports. Manoah exited Friday's game against the Tigers with a right elbow contusion after being struck by a comebacker, but he underwent X-rays that came back negative. He'll rest for a few days before throwing a side session, and while the Blue Jays hope he won't need to miss a turn through the rotation, his availability for his next start will likely be determined based on how he feels after his upcoming throwing session.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: X-rays negative, has contusion

    Manoah left Friday's game against the Tigers with a right elbow contusion. Precautionary X-rays came back negative, and the Jays have Monday off, so Manoah could get a week to rest up before taking the ball again. He was hit in the right elbow by a comebacker off the bat of Jonathan Schoop and exited after giving up four runs in 5.1 innings.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Exits after comebacker hits arm

    Manoah was hit on the right elbow by a comebacker off the bat of Jonathan Schoop and exited Friday's game after 5.1 innings with the trainer, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. McCosky says Manoah was in considerable pain as he exited the game. The big righty gave up four runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out four in 5.1 innings. He will presumably have tests done on his arm to determine the exact injury.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Strikes out seven in win

    Manoah (11-4) earned the win against Boston on Saturday, allowing one run on seven hits while striking out seven and walking none over six innings. Despite allowing seven hits in Saturday's contest, Manoah limited the damage to just one earned run on a Bobby Dalbec solo shot in the second inning. Manoah threw 68 of 97 pitches for strikes across six frames, helping the righty pick up his third quality start in a row. In fact, just three of his 19 starts this year have not resulted in a quality start. Manoah has also been excellent at limiting walks, with none allowed in his last two games. He will take a 2.24 ERA and a 0.97 WHIP into his next appearance.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Sharp in win No. 10

    Manoah (10-4) picked up the win Friday, allowing one run on four hits over seven innings in an 8-1 victory over the Royals. He struck out six without walking a batter. The right-hander did plunk two batters, but Manoah otherwise dominated as he piled up 17 swinging strikes among his 86 pitches. The quality start was his 15th in 18 trips to the mound -- tying him with Sandy Alcantara for second in the majors behind Framber Valdez's 16 -- and Manoah will take a 2.28 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and 103:25 K:BB through 114.2 innings into what will probably be the first of many All-Star Game appearances for the 24-year-old.
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  • Blue Jays' Alek Manoah: Strikes out seven over 7.1 innings

    Manoah (9-4) took the loss Saturday against the Mariners. He allowed two runs on three hits and four walks with seven strikeouts in 7.1 innings. Manoah's four walks matched a season high -- he hadn't issued that many free passes since April 11. He also gave up a homer for the fourth straight start, and it was a two-run blast to Carlos Santana, which saddled Manoah with his second straight loss. The right-hander showed improvement from his recent form, but he's still allowed 16 runs (14 earned) over his last 32 innings. For the season, he has a 2.34 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 97:25 K:BB through 107.2 innings in 17 starts. He's projected for a favorable home start against the Royals next week, giving him a chance to end the first half strong.
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