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92-70 7-3 W2
81-81 5-5 L1
78-84 4-6 W1
66-96 6-4 L3
65-97 3-7 L2

2022 Pitching

STATS IP
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W
Wins
L
Losses
ERA
Earned Run Average
SO
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BB
Base on Balls (Walk)
Regular Season 97 5 6 4.92 98 22
Post Season 0.1 0 1 81.00 1 1

Top Aaron Civale News

  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Gets nod for Game 5

    Civale is scheduled to start Tuesday in Game 5 of the Guardians' American League Division Series matchup with the Yankees, Tom Withers of the Associated Press reports.

    Before Game 5 was postponed Monday, Civale had been in line to start, but the Guardians didn't immediately lock him into taking the hill after inclement weather pushed the elimination game back a day. Even though ace Shane Bieber is available Tuesday on three days' rest, the Guardians will choose to keep him in the bullpen and instead stick with the plan to have Civale start. Civale hasn't pitched in any of the Guardians' six postseason games to date, but he tossed a gem in the regular-season finale Oct. 5, striking out a season-high nine batters while allowing two earned runs on five hits and one walk over six frames.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Start postponed due to rain

    Civale won't make his scheduled start Monday in Game 5 of the ALDS against the Yankees, as the game has been postponed due to inclement weather.

    Civale was set to start the decisive Game 5, but with the contest now pushed to Tuesday, it's unclear if Cleveland will change pitching plans. The team may consider starting Shane Bieber on three days rest and using Civale in a relief role if necessary, but they won't announce a decision until Tuesday, per Laura Albanese of Newsday.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Relief option to begin ALDS

    Civale is on the Guardians' ALDS roster versus the Yankees and will be in the bullpen for Game 1, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports.

    Civale's length wasn't needed in the wild card round, but he figures to see action in this series against New York. The 27-year-old has no big-league relief appearances but could be called upon If Cal Quantrill struggles early in Game 1. With low-velocity and a 4.92 regular-season ERA, however, pitching Civale at Yankee Stadium would be a risky move. It's also possible the righty starts a game later in the series.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Left off wild-card roster

    Civale did not make the Guardians' final 26-man roster for their AL Wild Card Series with the Rays, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports.

    Civale will begin the postseason as a member of the Guardians' taxi squad as the team opted to leave him off their Wild Card roster. He wrapped up the regular season with a 4.92 ERA and 1.19 WHIP over 20 starts and will be an additional depth option for Cleveland's rotation moving forward.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Second straight quality start

    Civale (5-6) earned the win Wednesday, allowing two runs on five hits and one walk over six innings with nine strikeouts against the Royals.

    Civale was sharp against Kansas City on Wednesday, with the only damage coming from two solo home runs. The quality start was his second in a row, and the nine strikeouts on the day were his second-highest total of the season. In 43 innings in the second half, Civale managed a 3.35 ERA with 46 strikeouts, painting a much better story than his season-long 4.92 ERA and 5-6 record would indicate.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Yields three runs

    Civale (4-6) allowed three runs (two earned) on three hits through six innings Friday, striking out five and earning a win over Kansas City.

    The 27-year-old served up a two-run homer to Drew Waters in the third inning and a solo shot to Michael Massey in the fifth. Civale has given up two or fewer earned runs in eight of his last nine starts, posting a 3.00 ERA during that stretch. He'll carry a 5.04 ERA into his projected home matchup with the Royals next week to close out his season.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Fans seven in win

    Civale (3-6) earned the win against the Rangers on Sunday, allowing two runs on three hits with seven strikeouts and no walks over five innings.

    In his second start since returning from the injured list, Civale worked his pitch count up to 75 on his way to his third win of the season. He fanned seven batters on the day for the fourth time this season and did not walk a batter for the first time since Aug. 10. He will take a 5.19 ERA into his next start, which is tentatively scheduled for this weekend against Kansas City.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Goes five innings in return

    Civale (forearm) allowed two runs on four hits and a walk while striking out two over five-plus innings in a no-decision versus the White Sox on Tuesday.

    Civale missed over three weeks with forearm inflammation, but he was able to throw 69 pitches (40 strikes) in his return. He faltered in the sixth inning, when he was charged with both of the runs on his line, though it was an otherwise solid start for the right-hander He's had few of those in 2022 with a 5.29 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 77:21 K:BB through 80 innings across 17 starts. Civale is projected for a road start in Texas this weekend if he checks out fine after Tuesday's outing.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Activated ahead of Tuesday's start

    Civale (forearm) was activated from the 15-day injured list prior to his start Tuesday against the White Sox.

    He has missed the whole month due to forearm inflammation and wasn't especially sharp in his lone rehab outing Sept. 15, in which he gave up four earned runs on seven hits while striking out five in 2.2 innings. Civale may not go deep enough to qualify for the win in this first start back unless he is efficient with his pitches.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Starting Tuesday vs. White Sox

    Civale (forearm) will start Tuesday's game against the White Sox, Ryan Lewis of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

    Despite giving up four earned runs on seven hits, including two home runs, in 2.2 innings in Thursday's rehab start, Civale is apparently ready to rejoin the big-league rotation. Five of his eight outs came via strikeout in that lone rehab appearance. He could potentially make two starts next week if Cleveland goes with a five-man rotation, with a second one coming next Sunday in Texas, but it seems likely he'll face some sort of workload restriction in at least his first outing back.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Rehab appearance on tap

    Civale (forearm) will make a rehab appearance at Triple-A Columbus on Thursday, Ryan Lewis of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

    Civale hopes to return from the injured list Sept. 20 against the White Sox, but he'll have a tune-up in the minors prior to getting the green light for activation. Assuming the right-hander feels good following Thursday's outing, he'll be pitching on normal rest against the White Sox if he's activated when first eligible.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Eyeing Sept. 20 return

    Civale (forearm) is targeting a Sept. 20 return against the White Sox, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports.

    He hasn't pitched since Aug. 28 due to forearm inflammation, but it sounds like Civale could still make a handful of starts before the end of the season. If he did return Sept. 20, he could make two starts that week if the Guardians are operating with a five-man rotation.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: To IL with forearm inflammation

    Civale was placed on the 15-day injured list Friday with right forearm inflammation, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports.

    Forearm issues can sometimes be a precursor to surgery, and sometimes they are just require a short shutdown period to get past. Either way, however, Civale should be considered questionable to pitch again this season. Zach Plesac also went on the injured list Friday with a fractured pitching hand, so Cody Morris (starting Friday) and Xzavion Curry are likely to step into the September rotation.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Yields two homers Sunday

    Civale (2-6) took the loss Sunday against the Mariners, allowing four runs on four hits and two walks while striking out five over 6.1 innings.

    Civale limited the damage well, but two of the Mariners' four hits were home runs. Dylan Moore hit a three-run homer in the fifth inning, and Ty France added a solo shot in the seventh. The Guardians managed to put only three runners in scoring position all game, giving Civale no help in the loss. This was the right-hander's longest start in his last four turns through the rotation, but the four runs he allowed matched the total he gave up in his last three starts combined. For the season, he has a 5.40 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 75:20 K:BB through 75 innings across 16 starts overall. Civale is lined up for a rematch against the Mariners at home next weekend.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Falls one out shy of win

    Civale allowed a run on four hits, two walks and a hit batter while striking out four in 4.2 innings, taking a no-decision versus the Padres on Tuesday.

    Civale wasn't very efficient Tuesday, throwing just 50 of 95 pitches for strikes. He was relieved by Nick Sandlin for the final out of the fifth inning, denying Civale a chance at his first win since May 20. The right-hander has allowed four runs across 14.2 innings through three starts since returning from a wrist injury. He has a 5.37 ERA, 1.34 WHIP and 70:18 K:BB through 68.2 innings across 15 starts overall. Civale is projected for a road start in Seattle this weekend.

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  • Guardians' Aaron Civale: Guardians-White Sox postponed

    Civale and the Guardians won't face the White Sox on Sunday after the game was postponed due to unplayable field conditions, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports.

    Due to inclement weather in the Cleveland area, the game was delayed from its scheduled 12:05 p.m. ET start time, only to be officially postponed just over three hours later. The Guardians could use the postponement to reorder their rotation, in which case Civale might have his turn skipped entirely before returning to action next weekend in Seattle. The White Sox and Guardians will make up the postponed game Sept. 15.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 210 lbs
Birthplace: East Windsor, CT
Age: 27
Experience: 2
Bats/Throws: R, R