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AL West Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
106-56 7-3 W2
90-72 7-3 W3
73-89 7-3 L3
68-94 3-7 W2
60-102 4-6 W4

2022 Pitching

STATS W
Wins
L
Losses
ERA
Earned Run Average
SO
Strikeouts
BB
Base on Balls (Walk)
WHIP
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
Regular Season 0 1 4.82 15 7 1.29

Top Archie Bradley News

  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Back on injured list

    Bradley was placed on the 15-day injured list with a forearm strain Thursday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.

    Bradley returned Tuesday after missing three months with a broken right elbow, but he's back on the shelf just two days later with a different injury. He didn't make an appearance during his brief time on the active roster, and he'll end the year with a 4.82 ERA in 18.2 innings of relief.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Activated from injured list

    Bradley (elbow) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list Tuesday.

    Bradley hasn't appeared in a game since June 25 due to a fracture in his right elbow. He made four rehab appearances with Triple-A Salt Lake, posting a 3.18 ERA and 1.06 WHIP over 5.2 innings of work. With the Angels out of the playoff picture, Bradley will likely be just another bullpen arm to help the team across the finish line.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Begins rehab assignment Thursday

    Bradley (elbow) will start a rehab assignment Thursday with Triple-A Salt Lake, Erica Weston of Bally Sports West reports.

    The plan is for Bradley to make three rehab appearances before rejoining the big-league bullpen. Bradley, who has been out since June 25, has a 4.82 ERA, 1.29 WHIP, 15 strikeouts and two saves in 18.2 innings across 21 appearances this season.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Bullpen session on tap

    Bradley (elbow) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Wednesday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.

    Bradley fractured his right elbow while participating in a brawl against Seattle in late June, but he's been able to resume throwing and now appears ready to pitch off a mound. The veteran reliever has expressed hope that he can make it back to the big-league bullpen in time to pitch a few more times this season. Bradley registered a 4.82 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 15:7 K:BB over 18.2 innings prior to the injury.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Progresses to long toss

    Bradley (elbow) has been cleared to take part in long toss and could return before the end of the season, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.

    The Angels were concerned that Bradley may not be able to pitch again in 2022 after failing to begin a throwing program by mid-August, but it seems his recent progress has changed the outlook on his return. According to Bollinger, the team is now optimistic that Bradley will be activated from the 60-day injured list before the end of the regular season, though he'll still need to clear numerous hurdles to get there.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: May not return this year

    Bradley (elbow) has yet to start throwing and may not make it back this season, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.

    Bradley has been out with a broken elbow since late June. Reports from earlier this week indicated he was nearly ready to begin a throwing program, but that still hasn't happened. It's unclear if there's been a setback or if the Angels have simply decided not to rush him back in a lost season.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Will resume throwing soon

    Bradley (elbow) is expected to begin a throwing program soon, the Associated Press reports.

    Bradley fractured his right elbow during a team brawl against the Mariners on June 26. The righty reliever is currently on the 60-day injured list and isn't eligible to be activated until late August. Should Bradley progress smoothly in his throwing program, he could be back with the Angels for the final month of the campaign.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Transferred to 60-day IL

    Bradley (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Saturday.

    Bradley's shift to the 60-day injured list doesn't come as a major surprise, as he'll be shut down from throwing for approximately four weeks after landing on the IL with a right elbow fracture Tuesday. The right-hander won't be eligible to return until at least late August, and a better idea of his timetable is unlikely to come into focus until he resumes throwing.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: To IL with fractured elbow

    Bradley was placed on the 15-day injured list Tuesday with a right elbow fracture, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports.

    According to Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register, Bradley will be shut down from throwing for four weeks before being allowed to start a throwing program, so he'll likely spend at least two months on the shelf. The veteran righty had been pitching quite well, logging a 2.08 ERA and 1.08 WHIP over his last 16 appearances, although he had just 10 strikeouts in 13 innings over that stretch.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Charged with loss Saturday

    Bradley (0-1) took the loss against Seattle on Saturday, allowing three unearned runs on no hits and two walks while striking out one batter over two-thirds of an inning.

    Bradley relieved starter Patrick Sandoval in the sixth inning and walked two of the first three batters he faced. An error by third baseman Tyler Wade loaded the bases, but Bradley was able to strike out Eugenio Suarez before being pulled for Jose Quijada. Quijada then allowed all three inherited runners to score, pinning the loss on Bradley. This was his first defeat of the campaign, but he's struggled with consistency, posting a 4.82 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 3.4 BB/9 across 18.2 innings.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Collects second save

    Bradley earned a save against the Mariners in Game 2 of a doubleheader Saturday with a perfect inning of work.

    Regular closer Raisel Iglesias pitched an inning and earned the win in the first game of the twin bill, with Jose Quijada earning the save in that contest. As such, manager Phil Nevin called on Bradley to close things out with Los Angeles up 3-0 in the ninth inning of the nightcap, and the veteran succeeded by retiring all three batters he faced on only six pitches. This was Bradley's first save since late April, and he shouldn't be expected to see frequent ninth-inning opportunities given Iglesias' firm grip on the closer role.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Back in action

    Bradley (abdomen) was activated off the 10-day injured list Monday.

    Bradley had been sidelined since late April due to an abdominal strain, but he's ready to go after making a single rehab appearance with Single-A Inland Empire. He struggled to a 7.27 ERA in eight outings prior to his injury, so the Angels will be hoping for better results from him upon his return.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Rehab assignment on tap

    Bradley (abdomen) will begin a rehab assignment at Single-A Inland Empire on Saturday, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports.

    Bradley threw a pair of bullpen sessions this week and is expected to throw an inning with the Angels' minor-league affiliate Saturday. He hasn't pitched in a game since April 29, so it's possible he'll require several rehab appearances prior to rejoining the major-league roster. However, Bradley will likely reclaim a high-leverage role in the Angels' bullpen once he's activated.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Tosses bullpen session

    Bradley (abdomen) tossed a bullpen session Monday and is slated for another Wednesday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.

    Bradley presumably came out of his initial bullpen session fine since he's scheduled for another two days later. The right-hander last pitched in a game April 29 and was initially expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks, and it looks like he could be able to return during the early portion of that window. Bradley should return to a prominent role in the Angels' bullpen when he's activated.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Nearly ready to throw

    Bradley (abdomen) will resume throwing next week, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports.

    Bradley has been out for a week with a left abdominal strain. He was initially given a timeline of 4-to-6 weeks, but he's making good progress and could potentially beat that window.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Placed on 10-day IL

    Bradley was placed on the 10-day injured list with a left abdominal strain Saturday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.

    The right-hander struck out two in three innings while earning a save and two holds over his last three outings, but he'll now be sidelined for at least a week and a half due to his abdominal injury. Aaron Loup and Mike Mayers are candidates for increased setup duties in Bradley's absence.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Earns save

    Bradley picked up the save, striking out one in a perfect ninth inning of a 7-6 win Sunday over Baltimore.

    Bradley needed only six pitches to complete the frame and earn his first save of the season. The 29-year-old was called upon rather than closer Raisel Iglesias and got the job done. The righty lowered his season ERA to 9.45, recording his first save for Los Angeles. The closer role is firmly Iglesias' and this was nothing more than an isolated opportunity to close for Bradley as Iglesias received a day of rest.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Knocked around Friday

    Bradley gave up three runs on four hits while retiring only one batter against Baltimore on Friday.

    The veteran reliever entered in the sixth inning with the Angels down by two runs, but that deficit ballooned to five by the time the frame was over. Bradley allowed four straight singles before recording his first (and only) out, and three of those hitters eventually came around to score. The right-hander's first campaign with Los Angeles if off to a rough start, as he has posted a 11.12 ERA and 1.76 WHIP across 5.2 innings thus far.

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  • Angels' Archie Bradley: Signs one-year deal with Angels

    Bradley (oblique) signed a one-year, $3.75 million contract with the Angels on Thursday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.

    Bradley has 30 career saves, including two last season, but Raisel Iglesias has a firm grip on the closer role in Anaheim. Bradley's experience in the role should make him one of the top alternatives should Iglesias struggle or get injured, though his statline last year had some discouraging signs despite a respectable 3.71 ERA. Most notably, Bradley's 17.9 percent strikeout rate was nowhere near closer material, and he came in far below the 26.5 percent mark he managed over the previous four seasons. He ended the year on the injured list with an oblique issue, a problem he also battled early in the season.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-4, 225 lbs
Birthplace: Muskogee, OK
Age: 30
Experience: 5
Bats/Throws: R, R