Fedde (2-4) took the loss Wednesday against the Phillies after giving up three runs on five hits with five strikeouts and one walk over seven innings.
The right-hander kept Philadelphia in check for most of the game with the exception of Bryce Harper, who hit a pair of solo homers. The bullpen then allowed nine runs in the last two innings, eliminating any chance of taking him off the hook for the loss. Fedde will finish with a 4.29 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 28:22 K:BB over 50.1 innings, assuming he doesn't appear out of the bullpen this weekend.
Fedde (2-3) tossed six scoreless frames Friday as he earned the win against in the matinee against the Marlins. He allowed one hit and two walks while striking out six.
Fedde failed to generate much dominance recently as he carried an 0-2 record over his past two starts, but he was dominant while pitching in the first game of Friday's doubleheader. The right-hander matched his longest appearance of the season, and the bullpen kept the shutout intact during the final inning. The right-hander now carries a 4.36 ERA and 23:21 K:BB over 43.1 innings during 10 appearances (seven starts) this season. His next start should come at home Wednesday against the Phillies.
Fedde allowed two runs on six hits and four walks while striking out five in Friday's win against Atlanta. He didn't factor into the decision.
After the Nationals scored five runs over the first three innings Friday, Fedde appeared to be in line for his first win in nearly a month. However, Atlanta mounted a comeback in the ninth inning, and Fedde had to settle for a no-decision as the game went to extra innings. The right-hander now has a 5.06 ERA, but he's struggled with command as he carries a 17:19 K:BB over 37.1 innings this season. His next start should come on the road Friday against the Marlins.
Fedde allowed four earned runs on six hits and four walks while striking out two across 3.2 innings Saturday against Atlanta. He did not factor into the decision.
Fedde gave up a solo home run to the first batter he faced, and things didn't improve much from there as he surrendered two more long balls prior to being pulled. Since posting 5.1 shutout innings Aug. 14, Fedde has surrendered 14 earned runs across 14.2 frames the span of three starts. Overall, he has a 5.29 ERA with a 12:15 K:BB across 32.1 innings. He's currently penciled into take his next turn through the rotation Friday in a rematch against Atlanta.
Fedde (1-3) allowed six runs on four hits and a walk over six innings Monday, striking out four and taking the loss against Philadelphia.
Fedde allowed a pair of solo shots in the first two innings to Rhys Hoskins and Jay Bruce, but a bulk of the damage against him came in the fourth inning with a three-run double by Jean Segura. His season ERA rose to 4.71 alongside an unsightly 10:11 K:BB. He'll face the Braves in Atlanta on Saturday.
Fedde (1-2) was charged with the loss Tuesday against the Phillies after surrendering four runs on seven hits with one strikeout and one walk over five innings.
Most of the damage came from J.T. Realmuto's three-run homer during the third inning, but Fedde only managed four swinging strikes against 22 batters. The right-hander has a 3.57 ERA, 1.54 WHIP and 6:10 K:BB through 22.2 innings, and he'll look for better results Sunday at Boston.
Fedde is slated to start Tuesday's game against the Phillies.
Fedde had been in line to replace the injured Stephen Strasburg (hand) in the rotation Aug. 19 against Atlanta, but the game ended up being postponed due to rain. Rather than working Fedde back into the pitching schedule for this past weekend's series with the Marlins, the Nationals instead elected to summon Wil Crowe from the alternate site to make a spot start while serving as the 29th man for Saturday's doubleheader. With Washington now in need of a new starter as it plays its sixth game in five days, Fedde will finally take the hill for the first time since Aug. 14, when he tossed 5.1 shutout innings in long relief after Strasburg exited early that day.
Fedde will start one of Saturday's doubleheader games against the Marlins, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports.
The 27-year-old was scheduled to start Wednesday before the contest was postponed, and he'll now split Saturday's twin bill with Max Scherzer, though it's unclear who will start which game. Fedde has a 2.55 ERA, 1.53 WHIP and 5:9 K:BB through 17.2 innings this season.
Fedde won't start as scheduled Wednesday against the Braves since the game was postponed due to inclement weather.
The 27-year-old was set to rejoin the rotation in place of Stephen Strasburg (hand) this week, but his return to the rotation will be delayed by at least a few days. It remains to be seen if Washington adjusts the starting rotation coming out of the postponement, but Fedde should take the mound by early next week since the Nationals have a doubleheader with the Marlins this weekend.
Fedde is slated to start Wednesday's game against the Braves in Atlanta, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports.
Fedde was a logical choice to enter the rotation for Stephen Strasburg (hand) after working in long relief in Friday's 15-3 win over the Orioles. With Strasburg departing midway through the bottom of the first, Fedde came out of the bullpen to deliver 5.1 scoreless frames. Considering he tossed 69 pitches in that outing, Fedde should be able to handle something close to a normal starter's workload Wednesday.
Fedde (1-1) picked up the win in Friday's 15-3 victory over the Orioles, giving up two hits and three walks over 5.1 scoreless innings of relief. He failed to strike out a batter.
Pressed into duty early after Stephen Strasburg (undisclosed) lasted only two-thirds of an inning, Fedde threw 69 pitches (39 strikes) to save the rest of the bullpen. If Strasburg's injury causes him to miss any turns, Fedde would be the most likely candidate to move into the rotation, potentially lining him up for a start Wednesday in Atlanta. The 27-year-old has a 2.55 ERA this season through 17.2 innings, but his 1.53 WHIP and 5:9 K:BB are much more worrisome from a fantasy standpoint.
Fedde will likely remain in the bullpen during the upcoming week with Max Scherzer (hamstring) expected to make his next scheduled start Tuesday against the Mets, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports.
Fedde earned a spot in the Opening Day rotation while Stephen Strasburg (hand) missed his first two turns, but he was deployed in long relief Aug. 5 against the Mets after Scherzer lasted just one inning before exiting with an injury. Since Strasburg was cleared to make his 2020 debut Sunday and Scherzer's hamstring has been responding well to workouts over the past couple of days, the Nationals are optimistic they'll have their ideal rotation intact for the first time all season.
Fedde (0-1) took the loss Wednesday as the Nationals fell 3-1 to the Mets, allowing one run on three hits and three walks over three innings of relief. He struck out one.
The right-hander was needed out of the 'pen once Max Scherzer (hamstring) left the game after the first inning, and while Fedde wasn't sharp -- he threw only 28 of 58 pitches for strikes -- he was able to limit the damage against him. His next turn in the rotation was originally scheduled for Sunday, but given his workload here he's almost certain to be bumped. Patrick Corbin will likely move up a day to take that start instead, but Fedde could slot back in for Monday's road game against the Mets on a normal four days rest.
Fedde allowed two earned runs on six hits and two walks while striking out none across 3.1 innings Thursday against the Blue Jays. He did not factor into the decision.
Fedde wasn't particularly sharp, allowing multiple baserunners in three of the four innings he pitched. However, he did keep the Nationals competitive in the game, and he exited with a 4-2 lead. While Fedde now has a 3.68 ERA across 7.1 total innings this season, his 3:3 K:BB ratio is much less inspiring. Fedde may not make another start for a while, given that the team will not be in action this weekend and that Stephen Strasburg (hand) continues to work his way back into the rotation.
Fedde will make another start Thursday against the Blue Jays, Jessica Camerato of MLB.com reports.
Fedde was a last-minute fill-in for Stephen Strasburg against the Yankees on Saturday and performed competently enough, allowing two runs (one earned) in four innings. He'll get at least one more turn in the rotation with Strasburg still battling a hand issue, but Strasburg has a chance to be cleared for his next start if his bullpen session Wednesday goes well.
Fedde was charged with two runs (one earned) on four hits over four innings in a no-decision against the Yankees on Saturday. He struck out three and issued one walk.
This was an impressive showing considering it was a last-minute assignment and he was facing the Yankees. Fedde was starting in place of Stephen Strasburg (hand). Strasburg said that he does not expect to be out "too long," but Fedde will likely eat the bulk of the innings on Strasburg's day in the meantime. If Strasburg can't go next week, Fedde would get the ball in a "road" matchup against the Blue Jays that will likely be played in Nationals Park.
Fedde will start Saturday against the Yankees, Brittany Ghiroli of The Athletic reports.
Fedde will start on short notice for the team's second game of the season after Stephen Strasburg was scratched from his start with a nerve issue in his right hand. Fedde drew praise during camp about his performance as he competed for the No. 5 starter role. The right-hander recorded a 4.50 ERA and 1.46 WHIP over 21 appearances (12 starts) last season.
Manager Dave Martinez said Fedde will pitch out of the bullpen, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports.
Austin Voth will serve as the team's fifth starter while Fedde provides length out of the bullpen. Fedde made nine appearances out of the bullpen in 2019, compiling a 4.58 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 10:8 K:BB across 17.2 innings.
Fedde pitched in a simulated game Friday and drew praise from manager Dave Martinez, Jessica Camerato of MLB.com reports.
The right-hander "threw the ball really well" according to Martinez, although it's not clear how much work Fedde got in. The 27-year-old got a delayed start to summer camp due to a case of pink eye, which is at least better than a positive COVID-19 test, and he appears to be fully recovered now. Fedde is competing with Austin Voth for the No. 5 starter spot to begin the season, but both pitchers should have significant roles on the staff during the shortened season regardless of who wins the battle.
Fedde will compete with Austin Voth during summer camp for the opening in the rotation created when Joe Ross opted not to play in 2020, Jessica Camerato of MLB.com reports.
Fedde, who still has an option remaining, had been sent to Triple-A Fresno just before spring training was put on pause, but he'll get another chance to claim a rotation spot. The right-hander hasn't had much success in the majors so far, posting a 5.39 ERA through 143.2 innings over the last three seasons, but he did sport a solid 2.45 ERA and 7:4 K:BB through 7.1 innings this spring.
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