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Wins
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Losses
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Earned Run Average
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Saves
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Fantasy Points
Sep 6, 2022 2 3 6.50 3 -6.5
Sep 4, 2022 2 3 5.86 3 1
Aug 31, 2022 2 3 6.03 3 -1
Aug 29, 2022 2 3 6.09 3 4
Aug 28, 2022 2 3 6.27 3 2.5

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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Strikeouts
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 611.6 36.0 2 3 3 40 22 6.50 1.64
2021 783 21.0 3 34 8 1.29 0.90
3y Avg. 48.52.2 19.0 2 1 1 25 10 4.74 1.37
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  • Yankees' Art Warren: Signs minor-league deal with Yanks

    Warren (elbow) signed a minor-league contract with the Yankees on Wednesday, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Warren was designated for assignment by the Reds in mid November and he will now head to New York. In 39 appearances with the Reds in 2022, Warren produced an inflated 6.50 ERA and 1.64 WHIP with 40 strikeouts over 36 innings. The 29-year-old underwent surgery to repair a UCL injury in his throwing elbow in September and is unlikely to be ready for spring training as he recovers.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: DFA'd by Reds

    Warren (elbow) was designated for assignment by the Reds on Tuesday. Warren underwent surgery to repair the UCL in his right elbow in September. Combine his health status with his poor performance, and it makes sense that the Reds would remove him from their 40-man roster to start the 2023 season. The 29-year-old reliever pitched 36 innings for Cincinnati last year, recording a 6.50 ERA and 1.64 WHIP in the process.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Moves to 60-day IL

    Warren (elbow) was recalled from Triple-A Louisville and placed on the 60-day injured list Sunday, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports. Warren recently underwent surgery to repair the UCL in his right elbow, so it's not a surprise to see him shift to the 60-day IL in order to free up a spot on the 40-man roster. The 29-year-old doesn't have an official timeline for his return but shouldn't be expected to be ready for spring training.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Undergoes UCL surgery

    Warren recently underwent surgery to repair his UCL, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports. Warren was sent to Triple-A Louisville on Sept. 10, and he'll likely face a lengthy rehab process following his procedure. The right-hander doesn't have a timetable to return, but it's somewhat encouraging that he didn't undergo a ligament replacement surgery.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Sent to Louisville

    Warren was optioned to Triple-A Louisville on Saturday. Warren struggled over his first two appearances in September, giving up six runs (three earned) on four hits and four walks while striking out three in 1.2 innings. The right-hander will attempt to sort things out in the minors after Luke Farrell was added to the Reds' active roster.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Returns from IL

    Warren (elbow) was reinstated from the 15-day injured list Wednesday. Warren was on the injured list since early July due to a right flexor pronator strain, but he began a rehab assignment Aug. 6 and has been cleared to rejoin Cincinnati's bullpen. Over his four rehab appearances, he struck out five in four scoreless innings. Now that he's back to full health, Warren should be available to handle occasional setup duties.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Begins rehab assignment

    Warren (elbow) began a rehab assignment with Triple-A Louisville on Saturday, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Warren has been out since early July while battling a right flexor pronator strain. He'll likely need at least a few rehab appearances before being activated, though the Reds have yet to specify a precise timetable for his return.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Lands on injured list

    Warren was placed on the 15-day injured list retroactive to July 3 with a right flexor pronator strain. The extent of Warren's injury is not yet known, but he will be out at least through the All-Star break. Catcher Mark Kolozsvary was called up to take Warren's place on the roster.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Struggles mightily Sunday

    Warren (2-2) allowed four runs on three hits and a walk while failing to record an out to take the loss and the blown save Sunday against the Giants. Warren had been effective over his last four outings, as he tossed 4.2 scoreless innings to earn two saves and a hold during that time. Tyler Mahle carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning Sunday, but Warren surrendered the lead in the top of the eighth inning and was charged with his third blown save of the year. While the right-hander had earned more closing duties recently, he's now converted just three of six save chances this season, and he's posted a 7.27 ERA and 1.62 WHIP in 17.1 innings over 19 appearances in 2022. Tony Santillan and Alexis Diaz could see more ninth-inning work following Warren's rough outing.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Records third save

    Warren secured the save Friday during Friday's 5-1 win against the Giants giving up only one hit over 1.2 scoreless innings. He had one strikeout and zero walks. The right-hander entered with the bases loaded during the top of the eighth inning and hit the first batter he faced, but he then induced a double play to escape with no further damage. The Reds followed with two runs in the bottom of the frame, and Warren returned for the ninth and protected the four-run lead. The 29-year-old has allowed opponents to score in only one of his past nine appearances, and he's notched two saves and a hold with a 1.74 ERA, 0.77 WHIP and 8:3 K:BB across 10.1 innings during that stretch.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Secures second save

    Warren struck out one batter in a perfect inning and earned a save over Toronto on Sunday. Warren needed just nine pitches to quickly finish off the Blue Jays in Sunday's 3-2 victory. He'd blown his previous two save chances since notching a save in his season debut April 10. The 29-year-old lowered his ERA to 6.14 with a 15:9 K:BB through 14.2 frames.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Squanders save chance

    Warren (2-1) blew the save but was credited with the win Tuesday against the Guardians. He gave up a walk and a two-run home run without a strikeout in his inning of work. The Reds' two-run lead evaporated quickly with Warren on the mound, as he walked the first batter he faced and then served up a homer to Owen Miller. Warren got the win when Cincinnati rallied in the 10th, but it was another shaky outing. He now has a 7.11 ERA this season and could take a back seat to Alexis Diaz in the ninth inning for the time being.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Charged with blown save, loss

    Warren (0-1) blew the save and took the loss Saturday against the Rockies, allowing three runs on two hits and two walks in one-third of an inning. With Cincinnati holding a lead in the sixth inning, manager David Bell turned to one of his best relievers in Warren in a high-leverage spot. Unfortunately for Warren, his breaking stuff just wasn't breaking in the thin air of Coors Field. The Reds haven't had many leads to protect lately and the last save went to Lucas Sims, so Warren's fantasy viability is limited at the moment.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Picks up first career save

    Warren earned the first save of his career Sunday by throwing a scoreless ninth inning with one strikeout and one hit allowed against Atlanta. Tony Santillan, who earned the save for Cincinnati on Opening Day, got the final out of the seventh inning before pitching the eighth. Sunday's appearance was the first of the regular season for Warren, who emerged last year to become one of manager David Bell's most trusted bullpen options. This looks like it may be a full-blown closer committee, with Warren and Santillan at its head, at least until Lucas Sims (elbow) returns.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Listed as closer candidate

    Warren was named by manager David Bell as one of a large number of closer candidates Saturday, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Warren looked like one of the top options in the absence of Lucas Sims (elbow), and that's now been confirmed by his manager. Warren's 1.29 ERA and 41.5 percent strikeout rate last season certainly look like closer material, though that came in just 21 innings. It's possible the Reds go with a veteran instead, with Luis Cessa, Hunter Strickland and Justin Wilson all reportedly in the mix.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Could see early saves

    Warren could see save chances early in the season, as Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that presumptive closer Lucas Sims (elbow) will open the season on the injured list. Sims won't necessarily miss an extended period, but he came to camp behind schedule after dealing with elbow and back issues over the winter and won't be up to speed by Opening Day. Warren hasn't been officially named the closer in his absence, but he's a logical choice for the role after producing a remarkable 1.29 ERA and 41.5 percent strikeout rate in 21 innings last season. Other candidates include Luis Cessa and Hunter Strickland, both of whom have considerably more MLB experience but nowhere near the same strikeout numbers.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Begins rehab assignment

    Warren (oblique) will begin a rehab assignment at Triple-A Louisville on Thursday, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Warren has been on the shelf since July 15 due to a left oblique strain but resumed throwing in early August. He isn't eligible to rejoin the major-league club until mid-September, but he'll work on building up during his rehab assignment and should be a bullpen option for the Reds across the final few weeks of the season.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Moves to 60-day IL

    The Reds transferred Warren (oblique) from the 10-day injured list to the 60-day IL on Wednesday. Cincinnati's decision to shift Warren to the 60-day IL comes as little surprise after manager David Bell told Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer that Warren was at least a month away from rejoining the bullpen after only recently beginning to throw lightly off flat ground. The transaction ensures that Warren won't be an option for Cincinnati until around mid-September.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Out three-to-six weeks

    Warren's oblique strain is expected to keep him out for three-to-six weeks, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Warren suffered the injury during the final game before the All-Star break. While the given timeline is still a very broad range, it's now clear that he won't return until sometime in August.
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  • Reds' Art Warren: Pulled with unspecified injury

    Warren retired the lone batter he faced before being pulled after seven pitches during his relief appearance Sunday against the Brewers with an unspecified injury, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Warren appeared to be battling an arm-related issue during his time on the mound, as he threw a couple wild pitches in the brief outing before being visited on the mound by a team trainer. He then exited in favor of Sean Doolittle, who retired the final two batters of the seventh inning. Expect the Reds to provide an update on Warren's health after the contest.
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