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2023 167.58.8 99.7 4 8 79 20 4.88 1.25
2022 2.50.5 19.0 2 17 4 6.63 2.00
3y Avg. 204.511.4 95.3 6 6 83 22 3.97 1.21
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  • Twins' Anthony DeSclafani: Delayed by elbow soreness

    DeSclafani has been slowed in Twins' camp by right elbow soreness, Bobby Nightengale of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. DeSclafani felt some soreness following his second live batting practice session. While he's resumed long toss and hopes to return to a mound in a few days, the setback is a troubling development given that he missed much of the 2023 campaign with a flexor issue. For what it's worth, trainer Nick Paparesta said Friday that DeSclafani still has time to be ready for Opening Day. The righty is competing with Louie Varland for the fifth spot in the rotation.
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  • Twins' Anthony DeSclafani: Fully healthy entering spring

    DeSclafani (elbow) is considered fully healthy at the start of spring training, Bobby Nightengale of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. DeSclafani was limited to 19 starts in 2023 due to a right flexor strain but told reporters Wednesday that he's been throwing for months. The veteran right-hander was acquired via trade last month and is competing to be the Twins' fifth starter.
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  • Twins' Anthony DeSclafani: Joining Twins via Polanco deal

    DeSclafani (elbow), Justin Topa, Gabriel Gonzalez and Darren Bowen were traded from the Mariners to the Twins on Monday in exchange for Jorge Polanco, Kiley McDaniel of ESPN.com reports. DeSclafani's tenure in Seattle didn't last long, as the right-hander was dealt to the Mariners earlier in the month alongside Mitch Haniger in exchange for Robbie Ray. DeSclafani was limited to 19 starts in 2023 due to a right flexor strain, and while the hope is that he'll be ready for Opening Day, he's yet to get the all clear. Once healthy, he'll compete with Chris Paddack and Louie Varland for one of the final two spots in MInnesota's rotation.
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  • Mariners' Anthony DeSclafani: Acquired by Mariners

    The Mariners acquired DeSclafani (elbow), Mitch Haniger (back) and cash considerations from the Giants on Friday in exchange for Robbie Ray (elbow), Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. DeSclafani was limited to just 99.2 innings in 2023 due to a flexor strain after throwing just 19 frames in 2022 because of an ankle injury. He did not require surgery and the hope is that he will be ready for Opening Day in 2024, but it's far from a guarantee. The 33-year-old will make $12 million in 2024 in his final year under contract and should provide experienced depth for a young Seattle rotation.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Moved to 60-day IL

    DeSclafani (elbow) was transferred Monday from the 15-day injured list to the 60-day injured list, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. DeSclafani landed on the IL in late July with a flexor strain in his right elbow and recently underwent platelet-rich plasma treatment. He's not expected to resume throwing until at least mid-September and seems doubtful to pitch again for the Giants in 2023.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Season likely over

    DeSclafani will receive a platelet-rich plasma injection in his right elbow and is expected to be shut down from throwing for 6-to-8 weeks, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Based on the 6-to-8-week timeline, DeSclafani's season is almost certainly over, barring a deep postseason run by the Giants. After missing most of last season with an ankle injury, DeSclafani returned to go 4-8 with a 4.88 ERA and 1.25 WHIP in 19 appearances (18 starts) for the Giants in 2023. The right-hander is under contract for $12 million in 2024.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Out with flexor strain

    DeSclafani was placed on the 15-day injured list Sunday with a right elbow flexor strain, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. The right-hander was diagnosed with a Grade 1 strain after undergoing an MRI and will be shut down from throwing for at least the next few weeks, per Pavlovic. DeSclafani is without a timetable for hit return, but he shouldn't be expected back until at least mid-September given the shutdown period, and there's a chance he's unable to return this season.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Appears set for bulk relief

    DeSclafani appears set to work in bulk relief again Saturday against the Red Sox with Ryan Walker being named the Giants' opening pitcher, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. The Giants have had some success throwing openers in front of their starters this season. It didn't work out well for DeSclafani last weekend -- he allowed four runs on eight hits over 4.1 innings against Washington -- but San Francisco will give it another try Saturday. DeSclafani has a 7.79 ERA and 1.67 WHIP over 32.1 innings since the start of June.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Struggles again Sunday

    DeSclafani allowed four runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out two over 4.1 innings Sunday against Washington. After Scott Alexander only recorded two outs as the opener, DeSclafani came on in the first inning, allowing both inherited runners to score before surrendering four runs of his own over his subsequent four innings of work. The 33-year-old DeSclafani has failed to earn a win since May 29 -- he's pitched to a 7.79 ERA over his last 32.1 innings, going 0-4 in that span. Overall, DeSclafani is 4-8 with a 4.88 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 79:20 K:BB across 99.2 innings this season.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Set up for bulk-relief role

    DeSclafani will likely operate in bulk relief Sunday versus the Nationals, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Scott Alexander will be the Giants' opening pitcher, and then DeSclafani should soon follow him. The 33-year-old right-hander holds a 4.72 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 77:18 K:BB in 95.1 innings this season while exclusively working as a starter.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Struggles in return

    DeSclafani did not factor into the decision Tuesday, allowing four runs on four hits over two innings in an 11-10 win over the Reds. He struck out five. DeSclafani was victimized by the home run ball in his return from a shoulder injury, as he allowed a pair of two-run shots to Jake Fraley and Will Benson in just two innings of work. On a positive note, DeSclafani did have the strikeout pitch working, with five of his six outs coming on Ks. The veteran right-hander has struggled after a solid start to the season, pitching to a 6.44 ERA over his last 12 outings. Overall, he's 4-8 with a 4.72 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 77:18 K:BB across 18 starts (95.1 innings) this season.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Activated ahead of start

    The Giants reinstated DeSclafani (shoulder) from the 15-day injured list ahead of his start Tuesday against Cincinnati. Right shoulder fatigue sent DeSclafani to the IL in early July, and he'll now return to the Giants' rotation after a minimum stay. DeSclafani made a rehab start in rookie ball Thursday, allowing one run on five hits while striking out four batters across four innings. He carries a 4.44 ERA and 1.19 WHIP heading into his start against the slumping Reds.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Coming off IL on Tuesday

    The Giants plan to activate DeSclafani (shoulder) from the 15-day injured list Tuesday to make a start in Cincinnati, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. DeSclafani was shelved earlier this month after experiencing right shoulder fatigue, but he completed a rehab start Thursday without issue and will slot back into the rotation when the Giants require a fifth starter for the first time following the All-Star break. In his outing for the Giants' rookie-level Arizona Complex League affiliate this past Thursday, DeSclafani struck out four over four innings and allowed one run on five hits and no walks.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Making rehab start Thursday

    DeSclafani (shoulder) will begin a rehab assignment with the Giants' rookie-level Arizona Complex League affiliate Thursday, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. DeSclafani is expected to require just one rehab start, setting the right-hander up to rejoin the Giants rotation next week. He has been on the shelf since early July due to right shoulder fatigue and posted a 4.44 ERA across 17 starts prior to being deactivated.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Placed on 15-day IL

    DeSclafani landed on the 15-day injured list Monday with right shoulder fatigue, Danny Emerman of KNBR 680 San Francisco reports. DeSclafani was lifted from Sunday's start against the Mets after throwing only 55 pitches, and this move will get the right-hander some rest going into the All-Star break. Mike Yastrzemski (hamstring) was activated from the 10-day injured list to take DeSclafani's place.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Chased early by Mets

    DeSclafani (4-8) took the loss Saturday as the Giants were downed 4-1 by the Mets, giving up three solo home runs in three innings. He struck out three without walking a batter. The homers were the only hits the veteran right-hander allowed and they all came in the third inning, as Francisco Alvarez, Brandon Nimmo and Francisco Lindor took DeSclafani deep to chase him from the game after only 55 pitches (34 strikes). After a strong start to the year, he has a 6.39 ERA, 1.47 WHIP and 31:11 K:BB over his last eight outings and 38 innings, serving up eight homers along the way. DeSclafani will try to turn things around in his final start before the All-Star break, which is likely to come at home next weekend against the Rockies.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Takes tough-luck loss

    DeSclafani (4-7) yielded two runs on five hits over six innings Sunday, striking out three and taking a loss against Arizona. After allowing a run in each of the first two innings, DeSclafani fired four shutout frames to end his afternoon. Assuming he doesn't take the mound again this month, he went 0-3 with a 6.65 ERA across five starts in June. DeSclafani now owns a 4.28 ERA and a 69:18 K:BB through 16 starts. His next outing is currently lined up to be a road start against the Mets.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Quality start in loss

    DeSclafani (4-6) allowed two runs on three hits and four walks while striking out two over six-plus innings, taking the loss versus the Cubs on Friday. DeSclafani got through six scoreless innings before running into trouble in the seventh. Ryan Walker then allowed two inherited runners to score, which was enough to give DeSclafani the loss despite his quality start. This was just the second time he's gone at least six innings over his last six appearances. The right-hander has a 3.89 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 53:16 K:BB through 76.1 innings over 13 starts this season. DeSclafani is lined up for a road start in St. Louis next week.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Turns in dud Sunday

    DeSclafani (4-5) allowed six runs (five earned) on five hits and three walks while striking out two over three innings Sunday in a loss to Baltimore. All of the damage came in the third inning. DeSclafani has allowed at least five runs in three of his last six starts, a puzzling stretch of struggles for the veteran right-hander after he started the year well. He's also walked multiple batters in three of his last four starts. He's at a decent 3.97 ERA, 1.12 WHIP and 51:12 K:BB through 70.1 innings over 12 outings this season. DeSclafani is projected to make his next start at home versus the Cubs.
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  • Giants' Anthony DeSclafani: Picks up fourth win

    DeSclafani (4-4) yielded three runs on eight hits over seven innings Monday, striking out two and earning a win over Pittsburgh. DeSclafani gave up just one run through six frames before the Pirates put two on the board in the seventh. He's given up three or more runs in four of his last five outings, raising his season ERA to 3.48. DeSclafani has registered a 5.22 ERA during that five-game span after posting a 2.13 ERA through his first six outings. He'll carry a 49:9 K:BB into his next outing, which is projected to be at home against the Orioles.
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