Taylor struck out one over a scoreless two-thirds an inning in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Phillies.
Taylor put out a Philadelphia uprising in the sixth inning, coming in for Nathan Eovaldi with one out and a man on. He got Odubel Herrera to fly out and struck out Nick Maton. He's whittled away at an ERA that sat at 9.72 on April 24. Since then, Taylor's authored 10 straight scoreless outings, during which he's allowed two hits and three walks while striking out seven over 7.1 innings. All three of his holds have been recorded during this run.
Taylor allowed two runs on three hits and two walks while striking out two over one inning in Wednesday's 6-3 loss to the Blue Jays.
The Red Sox had fallen behind 4-0 after two innings, but they managed to claw their way back to 4-3 in the eighth before Taylor was summoned from the bullpen. The left-hander allowed Toronto to tack on a pair of insurance runs, scuttling Boston's attempted comeback. Taylor was a pivotal reliever in 2019 before throwing just 7.1 innings in 2020, a season impacted by a bout with COVID-19. He's off to tough start in 2021, allowing eight runs on 15 hits and five walks over 6.2 innings (10.80 ERA). Taylor is one of two left-handers in Boston's bullpen -- Darwinzon Hernandez is the other -- but he has options left and could end up at Triple-A Worcester if this caliber of work continues.
Taylor (shoulder) retired all four batters he faced Thursday in the Red Sox's 5-4 win over the Twins in Grapefruit League play.
Taylor finished the 2020 campaign on the injured list due to left shoulder tendinitis, but he looks to be fully healthy so far this spring. After tossing a scoreless inning in his spring debut Sunday, Taylor delivered another clean outing four days later. He's expected to begin the 2021 campaign as the top lefty out of the Boston bullpen.
Taylor (shoulder) played catch Tuesday, but it's unclear whether he'll return during the 2020 season, Julian McWilliams of The Boston Globe reports.
Taylor's left shoulder tendinitis wasn't initially believed to be very serious, but manager Ron Roenicke was uncertain whether he'd be able to pitch again this season. The southpaw had mixed results prior to his injury as he posted a 9.82 ERA and 1.64 WHIP over 7.1 innings across eight appearances.
Taylor's shoulder injury, which is now being called tendinitis rather than inflammation, isn't considered too serious, and he's expected to return before the end of the year, Bill Koch of The Providence Journal reports.
Taylor will be eligible to return from the injured list Friday. Whether or not he'll be back right away remains to be seen, but he should have time to make at least another appearance or two.
Taylor was placed on the 10-day injured list with left shoulder tendinitis, retroactive to Sept. 8, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.
Taylor struggled in his last appearance as he allowed three runs on three hits and one walk while striking out zero over one inning Saturday against the Blue Jays. He'll be forced to miss time with a shoulder issue, and it's unclear whether he'll be able to return to action prior to the end of the regular season. The southpaw has a 9.82 ERA and 1.64 WHIP over 7.1 innings this year.
Taylor allowed two runs on one hit and one walk while striking out one over two-thirds of an inning in Saturday's 5-4 extra-inning loss to the Orioles.
Taylor was brought in to protect a two-run lead in the eighth inning and hand the game over to Matt Barnes in the ninth, but he surrendered a two-out, two-run home run to Anthony Santander. Taylor recently joined the Red Sox after missing the first part of the season due to COVID-19. He's seen as an important bullpen piece, one who manager Ron Roenicke mentioned as a candidate for saves after the Red Sox traded Brandon Workman, according to Mark Feinsand of MLB.com. Thus far, the two save chances that cropped up were handed to Barnes, who converted one and blew one.
Taylor (0-1) allowed three runs on two hits and struck out one in two-thirds of an inning, taking the loss Tuesday's versus the Phillies. He also hit a batter.
Taylor entered the game with a two-run lead, but he exited after allowing the tying run to score. Reliever Heath Hembree then allowed his inherited runner to score as well, leaving Taylor with the loss. Tuesday was Taylor's second appearance since returning from the COVID-19 injured list -- he tossed a perfect inning in Monday's loss to the Yankees.
Taylor threw a perfect sixth inning in Monday's 6-3 loss to the Yankees. He struck out one and threw seven strikes among his nine pitches.
Taylor made his debut after missing the start of the season while dealing with a positive test result for COVID-19. The left-hander will help bolster a bullpen that has struggled to cover for Boston's shaky starting pitching.
Taylor was reinstated from the COVID-19 injured list Monday.
Taylor has ramped up and is ready to go after missing all of camp due to coronavirus. He'll be a useful left-handed weapon in the pen for the Red Sox, as he posted a 3.04 ERA and a 1.18 WHIP in his 47.1-inning debut last year.
Manager Ron Roenicke said the Red Sox will activate Taylor from the COVID-19 injured list Monday or Tuesday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.
Taylor missed all of summer camp after testing positive for the coronavirus and has spent the past three weeks ramping up at the Red Sox's alternate training site in Pawtucket. With the Red Sox coaching staff apparently satisfied with where Taylor stands from a physical and conditioning standpoint, the 27-year-old will soon be ready to provide the big club with another lefty option out of the bullpen. Taylor notched four holds and posted a 3.04 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 62:16 K:BB in 47.1 innings with Boston in 2019.
Manager Ron Roenicke said Taylor (not injury related) "has a chance" to return this weekend in New York, Bill Koch of The Providence Journal reports.
Taylor has been building up at the team's alternate training site after missing most of summer camp due to a positive COVID-19 test. Once he's cleared to return, the lefty -- who posted a 3.04 ERA and 62:16 K:BB in 47.1 innings last season -- should settle into the back end of Boston's bullpen.
Manager Ron Roenicke said Tuesday that Taylor (not injury related) could be about a week away from his return, Alex Speier of The Boston Globe reports.
Taylor has been building up at the alternate training site in Pawtucket after missing most of camp due to a positive COVID-19 test. He should take on a middle relief role in Boston once he's ready to return. The southpaw posted a 3.04 ERA and 62:16 K:BB over 47.1 innings across 52 appearances (one start) in his first major-league season in 2019.
Taylor (illness) threw another simulated game Tuesday, Bill Koch of The Providence Journal reports.
Taylor missed most of summer camp due to a positive COVID-19 test during intake testing. He appears to be closing in on a return, though his expected return date remains unclear.
Taylor (illness) will throw a simulated game Tuesday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.
A positive COVID-19 test significantly delayed Taylor's preseason buildup. He's reportedly not close to returning to action.
Red Sox manager Ron Roenicke said Monday that Taylor (COVID-19) isn't close to returning from the injured list, Bill Koch of The Providence Journal reports.
After testing positive for the coronavirus prior to the start of summer camp, Taylor has since cleared all health-related protocols and rejoined the team for workouts a week and a half ago. He's continuing to train regularly at the Red Sox's alternate camp site in Pawtucket, but Roenicke's comments suggest the reliever likely won't be ready to return from the IL until at least next week.
Taylor (illness) cleared MLB protocol and will join the Red Sox for workouts Saturday, Bill Koch of The Providence Journal reports.
Taylor tested positive for COVID-19 in early July and was placed on the COVID-19 injured list Tuesday, but he'll be able to participate in team activities going forward. Whether he'll be able to join the bullpen for the start of the season remains to be seen, but it's encouraging to see him take the first step by gaining clearance to return after producing two negative tests.
The Red Sox placed Taylor (illness) on the COVID-19 injured list Tuesday, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.
One of three known pitchers on the roster to have tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this month, Taylor remains in quarantine and has yet to receive clearance to rejoin the Red Sox for workouts. As a reliever, Taylor won't require much ramp-up time once he reports to the team, but with the Red Sox kicking off their season in just nine days, the lefty appears unlikely to crack the 30-man Opening Day roster.
Taylor has tested positive for COVID-19, Ian Browne of MLB.com reports.
Taylor tested positive during his intake test and will need to test negative twice before rejoining the team, according to the league protocols. It's unclear whether he'll be able to rejoin the team prior to the regular season.
Taylor is projected to be part of the Opening Day bullpen, Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com reports. He's allowed one run on four hits and one walk while striking out seven over five spring innings.
Taylor made a successful transition from starter to reliever in 2018 and pitched well in that role for Boston in 2019, when he posted a 3.04 ERA and 1.18 WHIP. The move to the bullpen improved his strikeout rate, which makes sense when considering a pitcher can let it fly when being asked to pitch one inning instead of six.
|Last 7 Games|
|06/11||vs TOR||W 6-5||0.2||0||0||0||2|
|06/10||vs HOU||W 12-8||1.0||0||0||0||1|
|06/07||vs MIA||W 5-3||0.2||1||0||1||1|
|06/06||@ NYY||W 6-5||1.0||1||0||0||2|
|06/02||@ HOU||L 1-2||0.1||0||0||0||0|
|05/29||vs MIA||W 3-1||1.0||3||0||0||2|
|05/26||vs ATL||W 9-5||0.2||0||0||0||0|
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|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2015||AFX-Kane County Cougars||59.0||11||11||1||4||3||0||53||20||73||3.20||1.576|
|2018||AAX-Portland Sea Dogs||35.2||33||0||0||2||5||8||37||18||42||3.83||1.704|
|2018||AAA-Pawtucket Red Sox||2.0||1||0||0||0||0||0||3||0||1||0.00||0.500|
|2019||AAA-Pawtucket Red Sox||23.1||20||0||0||1||1||3||32||11||18||2.73||1.255|