Ynoa (1-6) picked up the win in Wednesday's 9-2 victory over the Nationals, giving up one run on two hits over 4.1 innings of relief. He struck out two.
Aaron Brooks got the start, but he lasted only 2.2 innings and 56 pitches as he continues to get stretched out. That left Ynoa to handle a bulk reliever role and get rewarded when the O's offense caught fire late in the game. The right-hander's 6.31 ERA and 38:18 K:BB through 61.1 innings make him a fantasy afterthought regardless of how he gets deployed, however.
Ynoa will not make his previously scheduled start Sunday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Asher Wojciechowski will draw the start rather than Ynoa, a move that is not injury-related. Ynoa owns a 6.22 ERA and 1.52 WHIP with 34 strikeouts across 50.2 innings for the season.
Ynoa allowed one run on six hits with one walk and three strikeouts across 5.1 innings while taking a loss against the Indians on Sunday.
This was easily Ynoa's best start of the season, but he unfortunately was matched up against the unstoppable Indians starter Shane Bieber, who threw eight shutout frames. This outing is definitely encouraging, but even including Sunday's start, Ynoa is 0-4 with a 8.50 ERA in his last four appearances. Overall, he is 0-6 with a 6.22 ERA, 1.52 WHIP and 34 strikeouts in 50.2 innings this season. Ynoa will start next in Toronto on Saturday.
Ynoa (0-5) allowed seven runs on five hits and three walks across 2.1 innings to take the loss Sunday against the Mariners. He did not record a strikeout.
Ynoa allowed singular runs in the first and second innings before collapsing in the third, when he surrendered five runs on two hits and three walks while only recording one out. He was touched up for six earned runs in his previous outing and now owns an unsightly 6.75 ERA for the season. Ynoa will need to improve his performance if he's to maintain his spot in the rotation, and his next opportunity will come at home against Cleveland.
Ynoa (0-4) took the loss in Tuesday's 16-2 rout at the hands of the A's, coughing up six runs on seven hits -- including three home runs -- and a walk over 5.1 innings while striking out two.
A 10-run sixth inning accounted for most of the damage, as Oakland sent 13 batters to the plate, slugged three of its six homers on the night, and chased Ynoa from the game. The right-hander has been taken deep multiple times in three straight starts, and he'll carry a 5.65 ERA and 31:13 K:BB through 43 innings into his next outing Sunday in Seattle.
Ynoa (0-3) allowed three runs on seven hits and no walks across five innings while taking the loss Thursday against the Blue Jays. He recorded one strikeout.
Ynoa pitched admirably through five innings, allowing just a pair of runs while keeping his team in the game. He came back out for the sixth but was removed after allowing a solo home run to Lourdes Gurriel Jr. to lead off the frame. While his 5.02 ERA leaves much to be desired, Ynoa has been better of late, going five or more innings while allowing three runs or fewer in three straight outings. He'll presumably pitch next on the road against the Athletics.
Ynoa allowed three runs on three hits and three walks while striking out two over six innings Friday in a no-decision against the Astros.
Ynoa gave up all three of his runs via the home-run ball, surrendering a solo blast and a two-run shot in the fifth inning. Despite this, he did register a quality start, his first of the season. Ynoa has posted a 4.96 ERA with 28 strikeouts across 32.2 innings this season, though he's only been in the starting rotation since May 27.
Ynoa (0-2) allowed four runs (two earned) on five hits and two walks while striking out four across five innings to take the loss Sunday against the Giants.
Ynoa got through three clean innings before allowing both of his earned runs in the fourth frame. He also ran into trouble in the fifth, walking the leadoff batter and surrendering a ground-rule double to the fifth batter of the inning, though the runs were unearned after an error by Stevie Wilkerson. Despite uninspiring overall numbers, Ynoa generated 14 swinging strikes and began 18 of the 22 batters he faced with a strike. He'll look to bounce back in his next start but will face a tough matchup at Houston on Friday.
Ynoa will start Sunday against the Giants, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports.
Ynoa will stick in the rotation for at least one more start after holding his own in his first start of the year Monday against the Tigers, allowing two runs while striking out four across four innings in a no-decision. The 26-year-old owns a 5.40 ERA, 1.57 WHIP and 22:7 K:BB in 21.2 innings this season.
Ynoa yielded two runs on a walk and five hits Monday, striking out four and taking a no-decision in the win over the Tigers.
It was the first start of the year for Ynoa who was solid Monday but didn't go deep enough in the ballgame to earn a victory. The 26-year-old got into trouble in a few innings but was able to keep the damage to a minimum while his offense did the rest. It's unclear if Ynoa and his 5.40 ERA will start again or head back to the bullpen.
Ynoa will start Monday's game at Colorado, Rich Dubroff of BaltimoreBaseball.com reports.
Ynoa started seven games for the Orioles over the last two seasons, but this will be his first start of 2019. The 25-year-old is likely to have a limited pitch count, but he is still decently stretched out, having exceeded 50 pitches in two of his last three appearances. Ynoa has a 5.60 ERA, 1.58 WHIP and 18:6 K:BB through 17.2 innings this season.
Ynoa's contract was selected by the Orioles on Sunday.
Shin and shoulder woes kept Ynoa from pitching in the majors last season. He made four starts and five relief appearances for the Orioles back in 2017, finishing the year with a respectable 4.15 ERA. He didn't walk many batters (5.4 percent) but his 17.7 percent strikeout rate kept him from being a particularly interesting arm. Mike Wright was optioned in a corresponding move.
Ynoa (shoulder) is scheduled to throw live batting practice Monday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
The Orioles list Ynoa as one of 13 pitchers slated to face hitters Monday, an indication that he's no longer troubled by the shoulder and shin problems that derailed his 2018 campaign. Considered a candidate for the rotation last spring, Ynoa ended up making just two appearances all season -- a pair of rehab outings for Double-A Bowie -- before being shut down for good. Ynoa was cleared to resume throwing in September and is believed to have had a normal offseason, but the Orioles' decision to remove him from the 40-man roster during the fall makes it likely that he'll open the 2019 season at Triple-A Norfolk.
Ynoa (shoulder) was reinstated from the 60-day disabled list and sent outright to Triple-A Norfolk on Wednesday.
Ynoa was cast off the team's 40-man roster in order to free up space for some prospects who need to be protected this offseason. The right-hander was expected to compete for a rotation spot in 2018 but ended up missing the entire season with leg and shoulder issues.
Ynoa (shoulder/shin) has resumed a throwing program at the Orioles' spring training facility in Florida, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Expected to compete for a rotation spot with the Orioles in 2018, Ynoa never took the hill for the big club after battling shin splits and rotator cuff inflammation in spring training before suffering a setback during the summer while on a rehab assignment. It seems he's trending in the right direction on the health front, and it's possible he might be cleared to pitch in winter ball as he looks to get some innings under his belt heading into next spring.
Ynoa (shoulder, shin) is unlikely to see the mound during the 2018 season, Rich Dubroff of PressBoxonline.com reports.
Ynoa has dealt rotator cuff inflammation and multiple instances of shin splits that have kept him on the disabled list since the start of the season. The 25-year-old had a brief rehab assignment in mid-June until the shin splits reappeared and is now looking at two more months with no baseball activities.
Ynoa (shoulder) had a setback during his rehab involving a recurrence of shin splints, Rich Dubroff of PressBoxonline.com reports.
A right shoulder injury, which landed Ynoa on the 60-day disabled list, and now shin splints have combined to cost Ynoa all of his 2018 season thus far. He should be considered out indefinitely.
Ynoa (shoulder) covered three innings Thursday in a rehab start for Double-A Bowie, giving up two runs (one earned) on three hits and no walks. He struck out three in the 40-pitch outing.
Ynoa has been on the shelf since early March, with a case of shin splints initially ending his bid for a rotation spot with the big club in spring training before he experienced right rotator cuff inflammation when he ramped up his throwing program again in April. With Ynoa's shoulder responding well to mound work and with him facing hitters over the past couple of weeks, he's now advanced to the final stage of his recovery from the injury. Given his lack of innings to date, Ynoa will likely require at least two or three more rehab outings before the Orioles would consider bringing him back from the 60-day disabled list. If Ynoa performs well on the farm, he could get a look in the Baltimore rotation with David Hess finding limited success since replacing the struggling Chris Tillman (back) as the team's fifth starter.
Ynoa (shoulder) tossed a bullpen session Thursday, Jon Meoli of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Ynoa will likely ramp up his activity considerably following a successful throwing session. The timetable for his return is still a bit murky, but it's good news that he's beginning to participate in baseball activities once again.
Ynoa (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Tuesday.
Ynoa, who has been on the shelf all season, will now be sidelined until at least the end of May as he continues to work his way back from right shoulder inflammation. The move opens up a spot on the 40-man roster for Jace Peterson, who was claimed off waivers from the Yankees on Tuesday. A more concrete timetable for Ynoa's return should emerge once he's able to resume a throwing program.
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