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Jun 15, 2024 4.2 4 4 4.57 -3
Jun 10, 2024 6.0 4 3 4.17 4.5
Jun 4, 2024 6.0 4 2 3.96 23
May 29, 2024 5.2 3 2 3.88 14.5
May 22, 2024 4.0 3 2 3.98 3.5

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Player Outlook
Ryan Pepiot's spring training ended with an oblique injury which led to him nearly five months at the big league level as he did not make his first major league start until Aug. 19. Pepiot worked 62.2 innings between Triple-A and the majors with excellent ratios and a 64:10 K:BB. Big league hitters hit no better than .203 off any one of his offerings while each of them had at least a 23 percent whiff rate. He did allow a homer in five of his eight outings including multiple homers in two of them, which is something to watch as he continues to hone his craft. Pepiot did work just over 100 innings in 2021 and 127 in 2002, so a projected workload of 140 innings should be reasonable for him in 2024. Banking on Pepiot for 160-plus innings in 2023 would be greedy, so draft him accordingly, as his workload could be managed a bit. Adding another pitch to his repertoire would help him reduce his issues against righties.

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2024 14612.2 63.0 4 4 72 19 4.57 1.08
2023 11214 42.0 2 1 38 5 2.14 0.76
2022 849.3 36.3 3 42 27 3.47 1.46
3y Avg. 9812.3 39.3 2 0 40 16 2.75 1.07
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  • Rays' Ryan Pepiot: Struggles with long ball

    Pepiot (4-4) allowed five runs on six hits and three walks while striking out four batters over 4.2 innings in a loss to Atlanta on Saturday. Pepiot looked to be on his game with four scoreless innings to begin his outing, but things fell apart for him in the fifth. In that frame, the right-hander gave up three home runs -- all with two out -- to account for five Atlanta runs. It marked the first time this season Pepiot has given up three home homers in a game, and the long balls prevented him from finishing five frames for the third time this season. The five runs Pepiot allowed Saturday were the most he's given up in an outing since his season debut against Texas on April 1.
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  • Rays' Ryan Pepiot: Fans nine in loss

    Pepiot (4-3) took the loss Monday against Baltimore, allowing four runs on nine hits and no walks over six innings. He struck out nine. Pepiot struggled to contain an imposing Orioles lineup, allowing a career-high nine hits. However, it wasn't all bad for the Rays righty as he generated an impressive 16 whiffs en route to nine strikeouts. Following this four-run appearance, Pepiot has thrown a 4.17 ERA, 1.01 WHIP and 68:16 K:BB over 58.1 innings this season. The 26-year-old faces another difficult test in his next start, scheduled to be at Atlanta this weekend.
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  • Rays' Ryan Pepiot: Settles in for fifth win

    Pepiot (4-2) earned the win over the Marlins on Tuesday, allowing three runs on six hits over six innings. He struck out eight. Pepiot got off to an ugly start Tuesday, allowing three runs in the opening frame. However, he'd proceed to blank Miami over his final five frames while allowing just one additional hit while the Rays rallied for a 9-5 victory. The 26-year-old Pepiot now has 15 strikeouts over his last two starts (11.2 innings). His ERA sits at 3.96 on the season with a 0.96 WHIP and 59:16 K:BB across 10 outings (52.1 innings). Pepiot is currently in line for a home matchup with Baltimore early next week in his next start.
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  • Rays' Ryan Pepiot: Activated ahead of start

    The Rays activated Pepiot (lower leg) from the 15-day injured list ahead of his scheduled start Wednesday versus the Red Sox in Tampa. Pepiot will rejoin the rotation Wednesday after missing the previous two weeks with a lower left leg contusion. The right-hander didn't make a rehab start, so it's possible he will be relatively limited from a pitch-count perspective versus Boston. Pepiot will bring a 3.68 ERA and nifty 41:11 K:BB over 36.2 innings into Wednesday's proceedings.
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  • Rays' Ryan Pepiot: Rejoining rotation Wednesday

    Pepiot (lower leg) will be reinstated from the 15-day injured list to start Wednesday against the Red Sox, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The 26-year-old righty landed on the shelf with a bruised lower left leg after his May 5 start versus the Mets, but he'll return Wednesday after being sidelined for the 15-day minimum. Any workload limitations for Pepiot will likely be minor, given the brevity of his absence.
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  • Rays' Ryan Pepiot: Successful bullpen session

    Pepiot (leg) threw a three-inning bullpen session ahead of Friday's game against the Blue Jays, MLB.com reports. Pepiot continues to make progress toward a return, as he's now thrown three successful bullpen sessions. His activation could come as soon as the Rays' upcoming series against the Red Sox, though no final decision has been reached.
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  • Rays' Ryan Pepiot: Taking steps toward return

    Pepiot (leg) threw a bullpen session Tuesday and is likely to throw a simulated game in the near future, MLB.com reports. The exact next steps for Pepiot are unclear, but he is on the road with the team and is still aiming to return after a minimum term on the 15-day injured list. If he can reach that goal, he would line up to start at some point during the Rays' homestand next week against the Red Sox and Royals.
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  • Rays' Ryan Pepiot: Throws off mound

    Pepiot (leg) threw a 15-pitch bullpen session Sunday, Steve Carney of StPeteNine.com reports. Pepiot landed on the 15-day injured list Wednesday after sustaining a lower left leg contusion when he was hit by a line drive in his start against the Mets last Sunday. He noted that he felt good after the throwing session Sunday, and he could return from the IL when first eligible May 21. The right-hander confirmed after the bullpen session that he doesn't expect to need a rehab start in the minors prior to being activated.
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  • Rays' Ryan Pepiot: Likely to be placed on IL

    Rays manager Kevin Cash said Tuesday that the Rays are "likely" to place Pepiot on the 15-day injured list after the right-hander took a 107.5 mile-per-hour line drive off his left leg in Sunday's 7-6 extra-inning win over the Mets, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. He'll likely be replaced in the Tampa Bay rotation by Taj Bradley (pectoral), who is on track to return from the IL to start this weekend against the Yankees. Pepiot isn't dealing with any structural damage to his leg after both an X-ray and CT scan came back negative, so he could be ready to return from the IL in the minimum 15 days once any lingering pain and soreness subsides. Over his seven starts this season, Pepiot has gone 3-2 with a 3.68 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and 41:11 K:BB across 36.2 innings.
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  • Rays' Ryan Pepiot: X-rays return negative

    Pepiot had X-rays come back negative and was diagnosed with a bruised lower left leg after exiting Sunday's start against the Mets, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun reports. The 26-year-old appears to have avoided a serious injury after being struck in the leg by a 107-mph comebacker, which prompted his exit during the third inning Sunday. Pepiot could remain on turn to pitch against the Yankees next weekend if he bounces back well from the injury over the next few days.
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  • Rays' Ryan Pepiot: Departs Sunday's start

    Pepiot was removed from Sunday's game against the Mets after being struck in the left leg by a comebacker, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun reports. The right-hander was hit by a line drive that came off the bat at 107 mph, ending his day during the third inning. Pepiot finished with three runs allowed on three hits and a walk over two innings. The specifics of the injury remain unclear, leaving the 26-year-old's availability for his next turn through the rotation up in the air.
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  • Rays' Ryan Pepiot: Turns in scoreless outing

    Pepiot (3-2) yielded two hits over six shutout frames Monday, striking out seven and earning a win over the Brewers. Pepiot was nearly untouchable Monday, allowing just one Brewer to reach scoring position. At one point, he retired 14 consecutive batters. He's produced three straight quality starts and four in his six appearances this year. Over his last outings, Pepiot has given up just two runs with an 18:5 K:BB through 18 innings. He'll carry a 3.12 ERA into his next start, which is projected to be at home against the Mets this weekend.
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  • Rays' Ryan Pepiot: Allows two homers in loss

    Pepiot (1-2) took the loss against the Giants on Saturday, allowing four runs on five hits and one walk while striking out six over five innings. Pepiot got off to a bit of a rough start but was able to limit the damage early, allowing one run in the first inning while needing 24 pitches to get through the frame. He then went on to retire eight of the next nine batters he faced before surrendering a solo homer to Thairo Estrada with two outs in the top of the fourth. It was one of two home runs allowed on the day for Pepiot, and he's now given up at least four runs in two of his first three starts to open the season. On a positive note, Pepiot has produced a nice 20:5 K:BB over that early stretch and has gone at least five innings in each outing.
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  • Rays' Ryan Pepiot: Fans three in first spring outing

    Pepiot allowed three hits and walked one while striking out three across two scoreless innings in Wednesday's Grapefruit League game against the Blue Jays. Pepiot allowed three hitters to reach base in the first inning and stranded the bases loaded by striking out Davis Schneider. He pitched a much cleaner second frame to end his spring debut on a high note. Pepiot should fill an Opening Day rotation spot and will look to turn in a full season of work after an injury-plagued 2023 campaign with the Dodgers.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: In mix for NLDS Game 3

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Friday that Pepiot is "in play" to pitch in Game 3 of the NLDS on Wednesday at Arizona, Eric Stephen of TrueBlueLA.com reports. Pepiot could either work in bulk relief behind Lance Lynn or get the start himself as the best-of-five National League Division Series shifts from Dodger Stadium to Chase Field. Pepiot made only eight appearances -- three starts -- in the majors during the regular season but dominated to the tune of a 2.14 ERA, 0.76 WHIP and 38:5 K:BB in 42 innings.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Struggles with homers Wednesday

    Pepiot (2-1) allowed four runs on six hits and struck out five without walking a batter over six innings, taking the loss Wednesday versus the Padres. Pepiot had allowed just two runs across his first 21 innings this season. That changed Wednesday when he allowed a solo home run to Juan Soto and a three-run blast to Luis Campusano. Despite the mediocre start, Pepiot is at a 2.00 ERA, 0.63 WHIP and 22:2 K:BB through 27 innings over five appearances (three starts). The right-hander hasn't looked out of place in the majors, and he should be penciled in for a home start versus the Tigers next week.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Possible waiver wire pickups

    It's not the way anyone wanted it to happen, but Julio Urias' legal and personal troubles may have finally cleared a spot for Pepiot. We can hope, anyway. The 26-year-old is back for another turn Thursday, and if it goes much like his previous three, in which he allowed two earned runs in 14 innings, he may well stick around this time. What stands out most in those three appearances is that he walked just two and threw 67 percent of his pitches for strikes. In fact, between the majors and minors this year, he has issued just 1.7 BB/9, throwing 65 percent of his pitches for strikes. That's compared to 4.4 and 63 percent last year. If he's solved his control woes without sacrificing the strikeout potential he's demonstrated in the past, then he's poised to be a big winner for the Dodgers.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Recalled ahead of Thursday's start

    Pepiot was recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City on Wednesday. Pepiot is slated to start Thursday's game in Miami. The young right-hander has been terrific in three appearances (one start) for the Dodgers this season, holding a 1.29 ERA and 14:2 K:BB over 14 innings. The Dodgers are in need of rotation help, giving Pepiot the chance to make multiple starts down the stretch if he continues to pitch well.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Earns win over Arizona

    Pepiot (1-0) allowed two hits and a walk while striking out three over five shutout innings to earn the win in Wednesday's 7-0 victory over the Diamondbacks. Pepiot threw 54 of 84 pitches for strikes in his first start and third appearance for the Dodgers this year. He's been excellent while working on a starter's schedule over the last couple of weeks, allowing just two runs, eight hits and two walks while striking out 14 over 14 innings. With rosters expanding Friday, Pepiot may be able to stay in the majors this time around -- his previous two outings came as the 27th man in doubleheaders. With that in mind, he's tentatively lined up for a road appearance in Miami next week.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Getting start Wednesday

    Pepiot will be recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City to start for the Dodgers on Wednesday versus the Diamondbacks, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Things had been pointing toward Pepiot taking the ball Wednesday and manager Dave Robert confirmed as much following his team's win over Arizona on Tuesday. Pepiot yielded one run over four innings in a bulk-relief appearance for the Dodgers last week and could have a relatively limited workload Wednesday.
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