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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 170.55.7 144.3 6 10 111 53 5.55 1.60
2022 1715.7 89.7 3 5 1 84 23 3.21 1.23
3y Avg. 161.55.8 108.3 4 6 0 95 36 4.57 1.47
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Back with club

    Williams reported to the Nationals' camp Sunday following the birth of his daughter, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. The veteran right-hander wasn't with the team for the start of spring training since his wife was due to give birth, but he's now joined the Nationals after spending some time with his family. Williams threw to high schoolers at home in San Diego, so he was still able to get some work in before reporting to camp and shouldn't be significantly behind the other pitchers.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Delayed arrival to camp

    Williams hasn't yet reported to spring training as he awaits the birth of his child, Mark Zuckerman of MASN Sports reports. The right-hander will remain home in San Diego until the arrival of his family's newest addition. Williams is penciled in as the Nationals' No. 5 starter to begin the season despite stumbling to a 5.55 ERA and 1.60 WHIP in 144.1 innings during 2023, but the eventual return of Cade Cavalli (elbow) could bump the veteran to the bullpen over the summer.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Inefficient in final start

    Williams came away with a no-decision Friday in the Nationals' 10-6 win over Atlanta, giving up two runs on seven hits and two walks over 3.1 innings. He struck out four. The right-hander needed 75 pitches (43 strikes) to record 10 outs, falling well short of any chance to collect his seventh win of the season. Williams wound up making 30 starts for a Washington squad in dire needs of dependable rotation options, but his 5.55 ERA, 1.60 WHIP and 111:53 K:BB through 144.1 innings kept him far from the fantasy radar. The 31-year-old is under contract for one more season at $7 million, but the Nats will hope their younger arms develop to the point that Williams can be shifted back into a swingman or long-relief role in 2024.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Start getting skipped

    Williams' next start is being skipped, but he will make a final start next week, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. The weekend rotation for the Nationals in Atlanta will be Jake Irvin, Patrick Corbin, Joan Adon and another to be announced. Williams will either start in a two-game series early next week in Baltimore or next weekend in Atlanta. The 31-year-old has had a rough September. In his three starts, he has allowed 17 earned runs in 10.1 innings.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Lasts just two frames Saturday

    Williams allowed three runs on five hits and two walks while striking out one batter over two innings in a no-decision against Milwaukee on Saturday. Williams was ambushed from the outset, allowing six of the first seven batters he faced in the contest to reach base, with the only out during that span coming by way of a sacrifice fly. That led to three runs, though it could have been much worse, as the Brewers finished the inning with the bases loaded. Williams was better in the second, facing the minimum three batters thanks to an inning-ending double play, but he didn't return to the mound for the third after tossing 70 pitches. It's been a rough go for the right-hander of late, as he's surrendered a whopping 18 runs (17 earned) over 10.1 frames across his past three starts.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Lit up in loss

    Williams (6-9) took the loss Saturday, allowing nine runs (eight earned) on 12 hits over four innings against Miami. He struck out three without issuing a walk. It was a rough afternoon for Williams, as the right-hander allowed season highs in hits (12), earned runs (eight) and homers (four). He surrendered runs in all four innings in which he appeared and failed to make it through five frames for the fourth time in his last six outings. Williams has now lost five of his last six decisions (spanning 10 starts) and has given up at least three home runs in three of his last five starts.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Suffers tough-luck loss

    Williams (6-8) took the loss Sunday against the Marlins after allowing two runs on five hits and two walks while striking out five over seven innings. Williams turned in another impressive outing and actually recorded consecutive quality starts for the first time this season. Williams allowed both his runs in the third after Luis Arraez led off with a single and Jorge Soler followed with a two-run homer. The right-hander has now given up just two runs over his last 13 innings after allowing 20 runs in 19 innings over his previous four starts. Williams now sits at a 4.82 ERA, 1.46 WHIP and 99:45 K:BB in 130.2 innings. He has just one win since early July and will look to change that in a rematch with Miami his next time out.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Fires six shutout innings

    Williams (6-7) yielded two hits and three walks over six scoreless frames Sunday, striking out four and earning a victory against the Phillies. Williams rolled through the Phillies despite throwing just 54 of 94 pitches for strikes. It was his first scoreless appearance since June 21. He'd been rocked for 20 runs over his previous 19 innings but lowered his season ERA back down to 4.95 after Sunday's outing. Williams' next start is lined up to be in Miami.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Struggles against A's

    Williams did not factor into the decision Sunday, allowing five runs on six hits and two walks over 4.1 innings against Oakland. He struck out four. The A's got to Williams early Sunday with three runs on a pair of first-inning homers. However, the 31-year-old right-hander was ultimately spared the loss when the Nats rallied for six runs in the ninth to win 8-7. Still, it's been a struggle for Williams of late. He's allowed six home runs over his previous two starts while pitching to a 9.47 ERA in his last four outings. Overall, he's 5-7 with a 5.20 ERA, 1.52 WHIP and 90:40 K:BB across 24 starts (117.2 innings this season). Williams will try to right the ship in his next outing, currently scheduled as a home matchup with the Phillies.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Hit hard in matinee

    Williams (5-7) took the loss in the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Phillies, surrendering six runs on eight hits -- including three home runs -- and a walk over 4.2 innings. He struck out seven. Making his first start since a stint on the bereavement list, Williams set a new season high in strikeouts but was hit hard when the Phillies did make contact. The veteran right-hander's 1.99 HR/9 is the worst mark of his career during a season in which he's thrown 100 or more innings, and it's inflated his ERA to 5.00. He figures to have a little more success keeping the ball in the park in his next outing, at home this weekend against the A's.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Return delayed due to rain

    Williams will not start Monday against the Phillies as scheduled, as the game was postponed due to inclement weather. Williams was set to return from the bereavement list Monday, but he will have to wait at least one more day. Monday's contest will be made up right away Tuesday as part of a doubleheader, and Williams figures to take the ball in one of those two contests.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Activated, starting Monday

    The Nationals reinstated Williams (personal) from the bereavement list Sunday, Mark Zuckerman of MASNSports.com reports. Williams ended up having his turn in the rotation skipped this week after he spent six days on the bereavement list upon being deactivated Monday. Though Joan Adon submitted an excellent spot start in his stead Saturday, Williams will regain his spot in the rotation and take the hill for Monday's series opener in Philadelphia, per Andrew Golden of The Washington Post.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Moves to bereavement list

    The Nationals placed Williams (personal) on the bereavement list Monday, Bobby Blanco of MASNSports.com reports. Washington recalled reliever Hobie Harris from Triple-A Rochester to replace Williams on the 26-man active roster. Per MLB rules, players must spend at least three days on the bereavement list but no more than seven, so Williams could be activated by the time his next turn in the rotation comes up this weekend in Cincinnati.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Set for bereavement leave

    Nationals manager Dave Martinez said that Williams is set to be placed on the bereavement list Monday, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports. The transaction isn't expected to be made official until a few hours before the Nationals' series opener with the Brewers, which begins at 7:05 p.m. ET. Williams most recently started in the Nationals' loss to the Mets on Sunday, when he worked four innings while surrendering five runs on seven hits and four walks. The right-hander will likely be ready to return from bereavement leave before his next turn through the rotation comes up this weekend in Cincinnati.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Rocked by Mets

    Williams (5-6) took the loss Sunday, allowing five runs on seven hits and four walks over four innings against the Mets. He struck out two. Williams tied his season highs in earned runs allowed and walks allowed Sunday as he fell to his sixth loss of 2023. He also surrendered a solo homer to Francisco Lindor in the fourth inning, marking his eighth long ball given up in his last seven starts. During that stretch, Williams owns a 6.06 ERA and a 21:13 K:BB. The 31-year-old is projected to make his next start during a three-game road series in Cincinnati this weekend,
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Solid in no-decision

    Williams allowed two runs on seven hits and two walks with one strikeout over five innings in a no-decision in Wednesday's 8-3 loss to the Cubs. Williams has allowed nine or more baserunners in five of his last nine starts. He was able to get away with it for the most part Wednesday, though the one strikeout matched his season low. The right-hander is now at a 4.38 ERA, 1.44 WHIP and 74:33 K:BB through 98.2 innings over 20 starts this season. He's projected for a home start versus the Rockies next week.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Hit with fifth loss

    Williams (5-5) took the loss Friday, giving up four runs on seven hits and three walks over six innings as the Nationals were downed 7-2 by the Rangers. He struck out five. It's the right-hander's first loss in over a month, although his 4.81 ERA and 1.64 WHIP during the five starts in between defeats suggested he was overdue for one. Williams continues to do little more than give Washington innings, and the 31-year-old could get bumped from the rotation at some point in the second half if the Nats decide to take a look at a younger option like Jackson Rutledge.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Rebounds for fifth win

    Williams (5-4) earned the win Sunday, allowing three runs on six hits and two walks over five innings against Philadelphia. He struck out one. It was a rough start for Williams, who allowed three runs on a pair of homers in the first inning. However, he'd settle down to pitch four scoreless innings as the Nationals rallied to a 5-4 victory. The 31-year-old Williams has made it through six innings just once in his last eight outings. He now sports a 4.34 ERA with a 1.42 WHIP and 63:27 K:BB across 17 starts (85 innings) this season. Williams currently lines up for a tough home matchup with the Rangers in his next outing.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Lasts only four frames Monday

    Williams allowed three runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out four batters over four innings in a no-decision against Seattle on Monday. Williams served up a long ball to the first batter he faced, and things didn't get much better for him as a he failed to record any 1-2-3 innings. The right-hander needed 83 pitches to complete just four frames, and he was pulled after allowing two runs on three hits in his final inning of work. It was the shortest outing of the campaign for Williams aside from a 2.1-inning effort against the Mets on May 13 that was suspended due to inclement weather. For the most part, Williams has been a steady and dependable rotation staple for the last-place Nationals, though his 4.28 ERA, 1.41 WHIP and 62:25 K:BB over 80 frames convey little fantasy value.
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  • Nationals' Trevor Williams: Can't get through fifth

    Williams did not factor into the decision Friday, allowing five runs on seven hits and three walks over 4.1 innings against the Marlins. He struck out two. Williams tied his season high with five runs allowed and walked at least three batters for the fourth time over his past five outings. He's also given up a home run in six straight starts and eight total during that stretch. Overall, the right-hander holds a 4.50 ERA, 1.41 WHIP and 54:24 K:BB across 14 appearances (70 innings). Despite his struggles, Williams remains a steady piece of Washington's rotation and is scheduled to pitch again during a three-game series versus the Cardinals.
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