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2024 Pitching

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Regular Season 28.1 1 2 5.40 24 11

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Optioned to Triple-A

    The Diamondbacks optioned Henry to Triple-A Reno on Tuesday.

    The move comes a day after Henry allowed two runs while failing to record a strikeout over five frames in a start against the Dodgers. Withe Ryne Nelson (elbow) due back later this week, Henry is no longer needed in Arizona's rotation.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Lasts just four innings in loss

    Henry (1-2) took the loss against the Dodgers on Monday, allowing two runs on five hits and two walks without recording a strikeout over four innings.

    Henry got another turn in the rotation with Merrill Kelly (shoulder) and Ryne Nelson (elbow) on the injured list, but he was mostly ineffective against a potent Dodgers offense. Though the extent of the damage on the scoreboard against the southpaw was a pair of second-inning runs, he didn't record a single strikeout, and only one of his 72 pitches was a swinging strike. Henry's overall body of work this season has been mediocre, as he's posted a 5.40 ERA, 1.62 WHIP and 24:11 K:BB over 28.1 frames. He may be pushed out of the rotation before his next turn comes up with Nelson nearing a return to action.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Draws another start

    Henry is slated to make his next start Monday against the Dodgers at Chase Field.

    Henry made his return to the big leagues Tuesday in impressive fashion, as he limited the Cardinals to one run on five hits and one walk over six innings while striking out six en route to his first win of the season. The southpaw should have a spot in the rotation locked down until at least one of the two starters currently on the injured list -- Merrill Kelly (shoulder) and Ryne Nelson (elbow) -- are cleared to return from the shelf.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Dazzles in win

    Henry (1-1) earned the win Tuesday against St. Louis, allowing one run on five hits and a walk over six innings. He struck out six.

    Henry was optioned to Triple-A Reno on April 17 after logging a 6.87 ERA in four starts with the Diamondbacks. However, with Kyle Nelson (shoulder) and Merrill Kelly (shoulder) being placed on the IL, Henry rejoined the big-league club for Tuesday's start. He tied his season high in strikeouts and didn't allow multiple runs for the first time all year en route to a quality start. His impressive outing likely bought him another go-around in Arizona's rotation, with a tentative matchup against the Dodgers set for Monday.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Recalled ahead of spot start

    The Diamondbacks recalled Henry from Triple-A Reno ahead of his start against the Cardinals on Tuesday.

    The 26-year-old was demoted to Reno on April 17 after he posted a 6.87 ERA, 1.80 WHIP and 18:8 K:BB in his first four starts of the season, but he'll rejoin the Diamondbacks for another start Tuesday. Henry could stick in the rotation with a strong performance since Ryne Nelson (elbow) and Merrill Kelly (shoulder) are on the injured list.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Drawing spot start Tuesday

    Henry will be recalled from Triple-A Reno to start Tuesday's game against the Cardinals, Theo Mackie of The Arizona Republic reports.

    The Diamondbacks optioned Henry to Triple-A last Wednesday, so Arizona will have to place a player on the injured list to facilitate the left-hander's return to the 26-man active roster. The southpaw has struggled in his first four appearances of the 2024 campaign, posting a 6.87 ERA and 1.80 WHIP with 18 strikeouts across 18.1 innings, though he'll draw a favorable matchup Tuesday in St. Louis.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Tagged for five runs

    Henry didn't factor into the decision Tuesday, allowing five runs on nine hits and a walk over 4.1 innings against the Cubs. He struck out three.

    After yielding a pair of runs in back-to-back starts, Henry had a tough time getting through the Cubs' order. While he didn't surrender a home run, the Cubs accounted for six extra-base hits off Henry while he generated a season-low three strikeouts. With Jordan Montgomery set to join the D-Backs' rotation Friday, it appears as though Henry could be the odd man out.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Heads to Triple-A

    Arizona optioned Henry to Triple-A Reno on Wednesday.

    Henry was sent down immediately following his latest poor start in which he allowed five runs over 4.1 innings in a no-decision versus the Cubs on Tuesady. With Jordan Montgomery slated to join the Arizona rotation later this week, Henry became the odd man out.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Fans six at Coors Field

    Henry came away with an no-decision in Wednesday's 5-3 win over the Rockies, giving up three runs (two earned) on four hits and three walks over five innings. He struck out six.

    A two-run homer by Michael Toglia in the fourth inning accounted for most of the damage off Henry, who exited the game after 95 pitches (62 strikes). The results could have been far worse at Coors Field, but the southpaw has still been taken deep in all three of his starts to begin the season and has a 5.79 ERA, 1.64 WHIP and 15:7 K:BB through 14 innings. He'll look for his first win of 2024 in his next outing, likely to come early next week at home against the Cubs.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Punches out five in no-decision

    Henry did not factor into the decision Friday against Atlanta, allowing two runs on six hits and two walks over five innings. He struck out five.

    Henry looked much sharper against Atlanta after struggling in his season debut against Colorado. He faced no easy task -- having to duel Spencer Strider -- and managed to tally more whiffs than the Atlanta righty (14 vs. 12). Henry is tentatively scheduled for a rematch with the Rockies on the road in his next start.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Falters in season debut

    Henry (0-1) took the loss against Colorado on Saturday, allowing five runs on six hits and two walks while striking out four batters over four-plus innings.

    Henry got through four frames having allowed a manageable two runs, but he unraveled in the fifth. In that inning, the Rockies put their first three batters on base to chase Henry, and all three crossed the plate to mar the hurler's final stat line. Henry received a spot in the rotation as a result of Eduardo Rodriguez landing on the IL with a lat injury, but he'll likely need to pitch much better to remain a starter when Rodriguez returns or when Jordan Montgomery, whom the Diamondbacks signed March 26, is ramped up enough to join the big club.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Opens in rotation

    Henry will be part of the rotation to start the season, Steve Gilbert of MLB.com reports.

    Henry, who appeared to fall behind Ryne Nelson in bid for the fifth starter job this spring, enters the rotation due to an injury to Eduardo Rodriguez (lat). Arizona manager Torey Lovullo did not have a timetable for Rodriguez's return, but given the latter's need to build up once he's ready to begin throwing, Henry should get multiple starts in April. Henry pitched six scoreless innings in Monday's exhibition against Cleveland, which came on the heels of his final Cactus League turn when he threw 3.1 scoreless frames.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Could open in rotation

    Henry could claim a spot in the rotation after Eduardo Rodriguez (lat) was shut down from throwing, Steve Gilbert of MLB.com reports.

    The Diamondbacks confirmed Rodriguez will begin the season on the injured list, which opens up a second spot in the rotation. Henry had been competing with Ryne Nelson and Bryce Jarvis for the No. 5 job, but Nelson had the clear edge on that based on spring results. Gilbert believes Arizona will keep both Henry and Nelson as starters, while Jarvis could serve as the long man in the bullpen. Henry had a few rough spring starts before throwing 3.1 scoreless innings Wednesday. The left-hander finished the Cactus League with a 6.88 ERA, 12 strikeouts and six walks over 17 innings (six appearances). It's possible he throws in one of the two games scheduled Monday or Tuesday against the Guardians after Arizona breaks camp.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Bounces back

    Henry walked one and struck out three over 3.1 hitless and scoreless innings in Wednesday's spring start against the Rockies.

    Henry bounced back from a few rough appearances. He entered the start having allowed five runs in each of his last two outings, which may have set him behind Ryne Nelson for the final spot in the rotation. Wednesday's turnaround comes after Eduardo Rodriguez was removed from a Cactus League start due to a lat injury, which could temporarily open a second spot in the rotation.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Spring ERA blows up

    Henry allowed five runs on six hits and two walks while striking out one over 2.2 innings in Thursday's spring start against the Royals.

    Henry's spring started hopeful, but it's gone the other way over his last three appearances. The left-hander allowed 13 runs on 22 hits and four walks over his last 8.2 innings, blowing up his ERA to 8.56. His primary competition for the final rotation spot, Ryne Nelson, has a 3.09 ERA over 11.2 innings. Arizona manager Torey Lovullo hasn't yet officially named Nelson the No. 5 starter, but that announcement should be coming soon.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Gets first taste of adversity

    Henry allowed three runs on six hits and two walks while striking out two over 2.1 innings in Monday's spring game against the White Sox.

    Henry entered the third inning following starter Brandon Pfaadt and made his third appearance of the Cactus League, getting up to 56 pitches. He was pulled in the middle of the fifth inning after bumping up against his pitch limit. It was the first time he's met with any resistance this spring; the left-hander breezed through his previous outings, allowing just one hit and one walk over five scoreless innings. Henry and Ryne Nelson are competing for the No. 5 starter job, and Nelson is set to start Tuesday.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Up-and-down three times Wednesday

    Henry walked one and struck out one over three hitless and scoreless innings in Wednesday's spring game against Cleveland.

    Henry made his second Cactus League appearance, entering the second inning following starter Brandon Pfaadt. The left-handed Henry was equally impressive Wednesday as he was during his scoreless start last week. "The two to three [inning] jump feels like the first real start," Henry said. "Two, you can argue, is kind of still bullpen. Now that third 'up' is your body treating it more like a start." He's in the mix for the Diamondbacks' final rotation spot. Ryne Nelson figures to be the main competitor, but the Diamondbacks are also looking at Slade Cecconi and Bryce Jarvis.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Sharp in Cactus League opener

    Henry allowed one hit and struck out three over two scoreless innings in Friday's spring start against the Rockies.

    Henry, pitching for the first time since a July 30 elbow injury ended his 2023 season, threw 15 of 22 pitches for strikes. He had command of all his pitches and was pleased with the results of mechanical tweaks implemented during the offseason, per Steve Gilbert of MLB.com. The left-hander focused on his hips and making his front side sturdier, designed to achieve consistency with his release point. With Friday's outcome, Henry staked an early claim to the fifth spot in the rotation, which is seen as a competition, along with Ryne Nelson, Slade Cecconi and Bryce Jarvis.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Starting spring opener

    Henry will start the Diamondbacks' Cactus League matchup against the Rockies on Friday, Jesse Friedman of GoPHNX.com reports.

    Friday's start had originally been awarded to Eduardo Rodriguez, but Arizona will instead allow Henry to start the first game of spring training while Rodriguez throws a live BP session. Henry will spend the spring competing with Ryne Nelson for the final spot in the D-backs' rotation. While it's unknown how long Henry will remain in Friday's contest, a strong outing would certainly give him an early advantage.

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  • Diamondbacks' Tommy Henry: Competing for rotation

    Henry and Ryne Nelson are expected to compete for the final spot in the rotation, Steve Gilbert of MLB.com reports.

    Henry had a decent run at the back end of the rotation during the 2023 season, taking over when Madison Bumgarner was designated for assignment in April before an elbow injury cut short his season. While Henry was healthy by September, he was not added to the postseason roster for any of the playoff rounds. The 26-year-old left-hander recorded a 5-4 record and 4.57 ERA over 136 innings (17 appearances, 16 starts) with 100 strikeouts and 56 walks in 2023.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 205 lbs
Birthplace: Portage, MI
Age: 26
School: Michigan
Experience: 2
Bats/Throws: L, L