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52-45 5-5 L2
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2024 Pitching

Earned Run Average
Base on Balls (Walk)
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
Regular Season 0 2 6.32 26 18 1.60

Top Jordan Leasure News

  • White Sox's Jordan Leasure: Struggling since return to majors

    Leasure allowed one earned run on one hit across one inning to earn a hold in the first game of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Twins.

    He still earned his ninth hold of the season despite serving up a solo homer to Matt Wallner. Leasure has made two appearances since rejoining the big-league club Monday, though he's given up three homers and five earned runs. The White Sox may be interested in continuing to give Leasure looks in high-leverage situations to aid his development, but he's allowed at least one earned run in five of his last 10 outings.

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  • White Sox's Jordan Leasure: Back up with big club

    The White Sox recalled Leasure from Triple-A Charlotte on Monday.

    Leasure was optioned nearly a month ago following a rough stretch in which he allowed six runs over his final 3.2 innings out of the bullpen prior to his demotion. He held a 2.52 ERA before the string of blowups, albeit with a 22:14 K:BB across 25 frames. Leasure is a candidate for high-leverage innings eventually but could be eased into such situations as he returns to Chicago's bullpen.

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  • White Sox's Jordan Leasure: Optioned to Triple-A

    The White Sox optioned Leasure to Triple-A Charlotte on Friday.

    Leasure earned a high-leverage role with a 2.52 ERA through his first 26 outings this season, but he'll head to the minors after giving up six runs in his past four outings. The right-hander is a decent bet to rejoin Chicago later in the summer, especially if the club offloads any bullpen pieces ahead of the trade deadline.

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  • White Sox's Jordan Leasure: Blows lead in eighth

    Leasure (0-1) allowed two earned runs on two hits and one walk while striking out two to take the loss Tuesday against the Cubs.

    Leasure entered the game in the eighth inning and was tasked with protecting a one-run lead. He retired the first batter he faced before allowing three consecutive baserunners, a stretch concluded by a two-run double. Leasure still has a solid 3.12 ERA for the season, but he's struggled considerably across his last five outings, allowing four earned runs with a 7:7 K:BB.

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  • White Sox's Jordan Leasure: Notches second save

    Leasure threw 1.1 shutout innings and earned a save against Cleveland on Friday.

    Leasure fired 12 of 16 pitches for strikes to quickly finish off the 6-3 victory. He's converted two of his three save chances this season, with both conversions coming in his last six appearances. Leasure lowered his ERA to 2.20 with an 11:6 K:BB through 16.1 innings. Michael Kopech was seemingly unavailable after pitching Wednesday and Thursday.

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  • White Sox's Jordan Leasure: Working as primary setup man

    Leasure allowed one hit and struck out one across a scoreless inning in Sunday's win over the Cardinals.

    Leasure is consistently working in high-leverage roles, with each of his last four appearances coming in the eighth inning or later. He's turned in three scoreless performances in that span, though he did blow a lead April 28 by allowing two earned runs to the Twins. Leasure also hasn't been particularly dominant overall, maintaining a 9:6 K:BB in 14 innings of work for the season. Still, he has one of the White Sox's five total saves and could be the choice to close games out when Michael Kopech is used in high-leverage situations rather than being reserved for save situations.

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  • White Sox's Jordan Leasure: Snags first career save

    Leasure earned a save after he pitched two-thirds of an inning, retiring both batters he faced in Sunday's 4-2 win over the Rays.

    Leasure entered the game with one out in the top of the ninth and a runner on second base, setting down both Austin Shenton and Curtis Mead on six total pitches to finish the contest. The save was his first of his major-league career, and he has now produced a 1.59 ERA and 1.24 WHIP with seven strikeouts over 11.1 innings in 12 appearances this season. With Michael Kopech operating as Chicago's primary closer, Leasure can be considered an ascending option as a set-up man.

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  • White Sox's Jordan Leasure: Picks up third hold

    Leasure allowed one earned run on two hits across one inning to earn a hold Tuesday against the Twins.

    Leasure entered the game in the seventh inning and was tasked with protecting a two-run lead. He gave up an earned run for his second consecutive appearance, though those are his only runs allowed across 9.1 innings of work on the season. Michael Kopech has earned the majority of save chances for the White Sox to this point in the campaign, but Leasure has proven to work effectively in high-leverage roles.

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  • White Sox's Jordan Leasure: Officially added to roster

    The White Sox selected Leasure's contract from Triple-A Charlotte on Wednesday, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

    Leasure earned an Opening Day roster spot by permitting just two runs with an 11:4 K:BB over 9.1 Cactus League innings. The hard-throwing right-hander has yet to appear in a major-league game but could find himself in high-leverage relief situations right away.

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  • White Sox's Jordan Leasure: Earns roster spot

    Leasure will make the Opening Day roster, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

    Leasure did not allow an earned run until his 10th appearance of Cactus League action, and he's compiled an 11:4 K:BB across 9.1 innings. He's likely to be in immediate contention for high-leverage roles with the team, though manager Pedro Grifol has made it clear that the White Sox will not begin the season with a defined closer.

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  • White Sox's Jordan Leasure: Pushing for roster spot

    Leasure has not allowed an earned run across six innings of Cactus League action.

    Leasure has gotten strong reviews throughout camp, and that's translated to game action as he's also racked up a 7:3 K:BB. After being acquired at the trade deadline of the 2023 season, he reached Triple-A Charlotte, which makes it a realistic possibility for him to break camp with the big-league club -- potentially in a high-leverage role. That's particularly true with both John Brebbia (calf) and Prelander Berroa (shoulder) battling injuries.

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  • White Sox's Jordan Leasure: Impressing in camp

    Leasure has impressed coaches and teammates early in camp, Vinnie Duber of reports.

    Leasure was acquired by the White Sox at the trade deadline last season and reached Triple-A Charlotte prior to the close of the campaign. His surface stats weren't particularly impressive, but he did manage 23 punchouts across 13.1 innings of work at the level. With a fastball that hits triple digits, Leasure has the upside to be a high-leverage reliever. Given that the White Sox's bullpen is wide open, he may work his way into a setup -- and potentially even closer -- role as early as 2024.

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  • White Sox's Jordan Leasure: Moved in Lynn, Kelly trade

    The Dodgers traded Leasure, Nick Nastrini and Trayce Thompson to the White Sox on Friday in exchange for Lance Lynn and Joe Kelly, Jeff Passan of reports.

    Leasure, a hard-throwing 24-year-old reliever, was sporting a 3.09 ERA and 56:16 K:BB in 35 innings of work this season at Double-A Tulsa. He could be a future high-leverage option for Chicago.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 205 lbs
Birthplace: Bradenton, FL
Age: 25
Experience: R
Bats/Throws: R, R