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date ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
l
Losses
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Earned Run Average
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Sep 27, 2023 5.0 10 7 3.53 23.5
Sep 22, 2023 5.1 9 7 3.68 3.5
Sep 16, 2023 4.0 9 6 3.53 -7
Sep 11, 2023 6.0 9 5 3.15 17
Sep 6, 2023 6.0 8 5 3.07 30

Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
sv
Saves
so
Strikeouts
bb
Base on Balls (Walk)
era
Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 32515.5 120.0 10 7 162 37 3.53 1.08
2022 189 6.7 10 2 1.35 0.90
2021 269.519.3 88.0 5 2 123 27 2.66 0.93
3y Avg. 148.516.5 50.7 3 1 75 17 3.20 1.01
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Roster
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Strikes out eight in losing effort

    Glasnow took the loss in Tuesday's 4-0 defeat against the Rangers in Game 1 of the AL Wild Card Series, allowing four runs (three earned) on six hits and five walks across five innings. He struck out eight. Glasnow had his ups and downs in his 10th career postseason start, and he ultimately struggled to keep runs off the board. The blame cannot be placed solely on the right-hander, however, as the team also committed three errors behind him. While the 16 whiffs Glasnow compiled in the contest speak to some level of dominance against the Rangers lineup, he also struggled with his command, most notably throwing a wild pitch in the fifth inning that allowed Corey Seager to score. He now has a 5.72 ERA and 1.49 WHIP with 61 strikeouts across 45.2 postseason innings in his career.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Starting Game 1

    Glasnow is starting Game 1 of the AL Wild Card Series against the Rangers on Tuesday. Glasnow struggled in a few starts in September, but he still struck out 48 batters in 33.1 innings over his six starts last month. Zach Eflin will start Game 2 on Wednesday.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Blanks BoSox for 10th win

    Glasnow (10-7) picked up the win in Wednesday's 5-0 victory over the Red Sox, allowing two hits and a walk over five scoreless innings. He struck out nine. The southpaw left the mound after just 70 pitches (45 strikes) with the postseason in mind, but Glasnow was dominant before his exit, generating an incredible 31 called or swinging strikes. Whiffs have come easily for him in September even if nothing else has, and Glasnow has a 4.86 ERA, 1.17 WHIP and 48:10 K:BB through 33.1 innings on the month. The 30-year-old figures to start the first game of the playoff for the Rays, but as yet it's not clear when that will happen or who their opponent will be, as they could still catch the Orioles for the AL East title and a first-round bye.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Shaky in loss

    Glasnow (9-7) took the loss Friday, allowing four runs on three hits and four walks over 5.1 innings against the Blue Jays. He struck out seven. Glasnow struggled with his command Friday night as his four walks equaled his season high, registered June 14 against Oakland. In eight starts since returning from a back injury Aug. 14, the 30-year-old pitcher has gone 4-4 with a 4.46 ERA, 1.14 WHIP and 57:14 K:BB over 46.1 innings. Glasnow will look to bounce back in his final start of the season, currently scheduled to be a rematch against the Jays in Toronto.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Roughed up by Orioles

    Glasnow (9-6) took the loss Saturday, allowing six runs on eight hits and two walks over four innings against the Orioles. He struck out four. Glasnow turned in his worst performance of 2023 on Saturday, tying his season worsts in earned runs allowed and strikeouts while failing to go deeper than four frames for the first time all year. The 29-year-old was also tagged for a two-run home run in the second inning by Gunnar Henderson. Glasnow has allowed four or more runs in back-to-back appearances and is slated to take on the Blue Jays for his next start.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Coughs up four runs

    Glasnow (9-5) allowed four runs on six hits and two walks over six innings Monday, striking out eight and earning a win against the Twins. Glasnow gave up just one run through five frames before serving up a three-run shot to Royce Lewis in the sixth inning. Glasnow yielded just four runs over his previous three starts before Monday's hiccup. Since the All-Star break, he's gone 7-2 with a stellar 78:14 K:BB and 2.53 ERA through 64 innings. He'll carry a 3.15 ERA into his next outing, which is currently lined up to be in Baltimore this weekend.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Ties career high with 14 Ks

    Glasnow (8-5) picked up the win in Wednesday's 3-1 victory over the Red Sox, allowing one run on three hits and a walk over six innings while striking out 14. The 14 strikeouts tied his career high, a mark he set in April 2021 against the Rangers. Glasnow generated a dazzling 22 swinging strikes among his 103 pitches as he fanned double-digit batters for the third time this season. It was also his third straight quality start and eighth in nine trips to the mound since the All-Star break. With Shane McClanahan (elbow) done for the season, Glasnow has stepped up as Tampa Bay's ace, posting a 2.33 ERA, 0.88 WHIP and 70:12 K:BB through 58 second-half innings. His next outing lines up for a road series in Minnesota to begin next week.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Stumbles late in loss

    Glasnow (7-5) allowed three runs on seven hits over seven innings Friday, striking out six and taking a loss against the Guardians. Glasnow gave up one run through six innings before coughing up a pair in the seventh. He's given up eight earned runs over his last 19 innings, raising his season ERA from 3.01 to 3.17 in the process. However, he owns a 2.50 ERA across 68.1 innings in his last 11 outings. Glasnow will carry a 120:27 K:BB into his next appearance, which is lined up to be at home against Boston.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Brilliant against Yankees

    Glasnow (7-4) earned the win Saturday, allowing one hit and two walks over six scoreless innings against the Yankees. He struck out four. The only hit Glasnow allowed was a sixth-inning single, as the 30-year-old righty needed just 85 pitches to secure a quality start and win. He now owns a 5-1 record in seven starts since the All-Star break, posting a 2.20 ERA, 0.89 WHIP and 50:11 K:BB across 45 innings during that span. Glasnow is projected to make a road start against Cleveland next weekend.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Labors through rare poor outing

    Glasnow (6-4) took the loss in Game 1 of a doubleheader against the Angels on Saturday, allowing seven runs (five earned) on eight hits while striking out seven batters over six innings. Glasnow wasn't exactly knocked around in the start -- of the eight hits against him, three didn't leave the infield -- but his final stat line nonetheless reflected one of his worst outings of the campaign. It was just the second time in 14 starts that the right-hander has allowed more than three earned runs, and the eight knocks against him area season worst. Glasnow did manage to extend his streak of starts with at least seven strikeouts to 10, and his season ERA still looks good at 3.35. He'll try to bounce back in what is projected to be a favorable matchup at home against Colorado in his next start.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Cruises to victory Monday

    Glasnow improved to 6-3 on the season in Monday's 10-2 win over San Francisco, allowing one run on three hits and three walks while striking out seven batters over six innings. Glasnow hadn't pitched since July 31 due to a back injury, but the issue appeared to be a non-factor Monday. The right-hander received plenty of run support and was pulled after a modest 87 pitches but still managed to record six innings to finish with his fifth straight quality start. Over that span, Glasnow has posted a dominant 1.64 ERA, 0.88 WHIP and 39:9 K:BB over 33 frames while picking up four wins. The veteran hurler has allowed more than three runs just once in 13 starts this season.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Pushed back to Monday

    Glasnow (back) will make his next start Monday at San Francisco, Ryan Bass of Bally Sports Sun reports. Glasnow had been aiming to start Saturday versus Cleveland and threw a 15-pitch bullpen session Friday at Tropicana Field, but the Rays will play it safe and delay his return a couple additional days. The 29-year-old right-hander hasn't pitched since July 31 due to back spasms.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Still aiming for Saturday

    Glasnow (back) threw a 15-pitch bullpen session Friday and is still hoping to start Saturday against the Guardians, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Glasnow was scratched from his last scheduled turn due to back spasms, but he told reporters after Friday's workout he has "been getting better and better every day." He'll likely be something close to a game-time decision Saturday, but indications are good that the 29-year-old right-hander will indeed be able to take the mound.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Remains on track to start Saturday

    Manager Kevin Cash said Glasnow (back) played catch Wednesday, and the Rays remain "optimistic" that the right-hander will be ready to make his next start Saturday versus the Guardians, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. At the same time, the skipper noted that he won't know for certain that Glasnow will be able to pitch this weekend until Saturday morning, so fantasy managers planning on activating him should keep a close eye on his status leading up to the game's 4:10 p.m. ET start time. Glasnow was scratched ahead of his most recent scheduled start this past Sunday after experiencing back spasms, but he seems to making good progress in his recovery from the injury.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Could return Saturday

    Rays manager Kevin Cash expressed hope Tuesday that Glasnow (back) will be able to return to the rotation Saturday against the Guardians, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Glasnow was scratched from his last scheduled turn in the rotation Sunday versus the Tigers due to back discomfort, but he got an injection Tuesday to aid the healing process and will attempt to throw a side session Thursday. When healthy this season, the 29-year-old right-hander has worked to a strong 3.15 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 96:22 K:BB in 12 starts covering 68.2 innings.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Back issue downplayed

    Manager Kevin Cash said Sunday that Glasnow (back) could be ready to make a start for the Rays during the club's upcoming three-game series with the Cardinals, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun reports. Glasnow had been in line to start Sunday's series finale with the Tigers, but after he experienced back spasms late Saturday, the Rays scratched him and had reliever Erasmo Ramirez make a spot start in his stead. According to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, Glasnow will likely meet with a doctor Monday, but at this stage, Cash doesn't believe the big right-hander is at risk of going on the IL. If the doctor agrees with Cash's assessment and Glasnow responds well to treatment, he could be back on the mound as early as Wednesday or Thursday.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Scratched from Sunday start

    Glasnow has been scratched from his scheduled start Sunday against the Tigers due to back spasms, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Right-hander Erasmo Ramirez will pick up a spot start in place of Glasnow, who reportedly experienced the back issue late Saturday. The Rays are likely still gaining information on the extent of Glasnow's injury, so at this stage, the team is hoping that he'll miss only one turn through the rotation and won't require a trip to the injured list.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Punches out eight in win

    Glasnow (5-3) earned the win Monday, allowing a run on three hits and two walks over seven innings against the Yankees. He struck out eight. Glasnow now has eight or more strikeouts in six of his last seven starts while pitching to a 2.08 ERA in that span. The 29-year-old right-hander has returned to elite form after missing the first two months of the season with an oblique injury. Overall, Glasnow's ERA is down to 3.15 with a 1.08 WHIP and 96:22 K:BB across 12 starts (68.2 innings) this season. He's currently lined up for a road matchup with the Tigers this weekend in his next outing.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Dominant in win

    Glasnow (4-3) earned the win Tuesday, allowing a run on two hits and two walks over seven innings against Miami. He struck out eight. Glasnow's now held opponents to just one run in three of his last four outings while racking up 55 strikeouts over his last six starts (36.1 innings). The 29-year-old right-hander lowered his ERA to 3.36 with a 1.12 WHIP and 88:20 K:BB across 11 starts (61.2 innings). Glasnow will look to keep rolling in his next start, currently lined up for this weekend against the Astros.
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  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow: Keeps racking up punchouts

    Glasnow allowed three runs (two earned) on six hits and no walks while striking out nine batters over seven innings in a no-decision against Baltimore on Thursday. Glasnow struck out the first three batters he faced and cruised through three perfect frames before Baltimore got to him for three runs on four hits in the fourth. The veteran was able to recover, however, tossing three more scoreless frames to notch his second straight quality start. Glasnow ended up completing seven innings for the first time this season, and his nine punchouts were the third-most he's tallied in an outing thus far. Glasnow got a late start to the campaign due to an oblique injury, but he's been one of MLB's top strikeout pitchers since his return. On the season, his 35.1 percent strikeout rate ranks second among MLB starters who have faced at least 200 batters.
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