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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
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2023 1141.8 53.7 4 2 1 50 20 3.86 1.36
2022 44.51.8 26.7 1 1 21 11 2.36 1.50
3y Avg. 571.3 44.0 2 3 0 38 19 4.71 1.55
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Sidelined through weekend

    Young (back) is expected to be sidelined for a few days, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports. Young came out of a throwing session Wednesday with back tightness, but it appears to be a minor issue. The southpaw is expected to open 2024 in Cincinnati's bullpen.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Nursing back issue

    Young is set to be evaluated after feeling back tightness during a throwing session Wednesday, Gordon Wittenmyer of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. It doesn't seem to be a major concern at this point, but Young will be examined before being cleared to resume his throwing program. The left-hander collected a a 3.86 ERA and 50:20 K:BB across 53.2 frames for Cincinnati in 2023 and, assuming health, will open 2024 in its bullpen.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Avoids arbitration with Cincinnati

    The Reds and Young avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $1.16 million contract Thursday, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports. Young was eligible for salary arbitration for the first time. The left-hander had a nice showing in 2023 in a full-time relief role in Cincinnati, posting a 3.86 ERA and 50:20 K:BB across 53.2 frames.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Back from COVID-19 IL

    Young (illness) was activated from the COVID-19-related injured list Monday. Young was initially shelved in late August with a hamstring injury before being shifted to the COVID-19-related IL on Sept. 9. The southpaw has pitched well for the Reds this season when healthy, posting a 3.31 ERA and 45:19 K:BB through 49 innings.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Starts rehab assignment

    Young (COVID-19) has been sent to Triple-A Louisville to begin a rehab assignment, Gordon Wittenmyer of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Young was one of several Reds players to go on the COVID-19 injured list recently, but he has now been cleared for game action. He shouldn't need a lengthy rehab stint considering he's been out just under a week.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Moves to COVID-19 IL

    The Reds transferred Young (hamstring) to the COVID-19 injured list Saturday (retroactive to Friday). Young, who has been on the injured list since late August with left hamstring tightness, threw a scoreless inning in a rehab appearance with Triple-A Louisville on Wednesday. However, Young's move to the COVID-19 list pushes his return back indefinitely.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Begins rehab assignment

    Young (hamstring) is set to begin a rehab assignment Wednesday with Triple-A Louisville. Young landed on the 15-day injured list Aug. 26 due to left hamstring tightness, but the 29-year-old southpaw appears on track to be activated when first eligible this weekend. He's delivered a solid 3.31 ERA and 45:19 K:BB through 49 innings of relief for the Reds in 2023.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Lands on IL

    The Reds placed Young on the 15-day injured list Saturday with left hamstring tightness. Young has already missed a bit of time this month due to a back injury, but now a hamstring issue will force him onto the injured list. He'll be sidelined for the next two weeks, and his roster spot will be filled by Ben Lively, who was activated from the injured list Saturday.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Takes loss in return

    Young (4-1) returned from a back injury and took the loss in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader against the Pirates. He allowed two runs on one hit and one walk. Young, who was removed from his previous outing due to back spasms, was part of a bullpen breakdown that began with Lucas Sims, who had walked a two batters including one that scored on a home run Young allowed. The Reds bullpen has come under scrutiny recently; Cincinnati relievers have a combined 5.68 ERA (26th in MLB) in 50.2 innings (fifth most) over the last 14 days.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Battling back spasms

    Young was removed in the eighth inning of his relief appearance in Sunday's 6-3 loss to the Nationals due to back spasms, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Young faced three batters, striking out one and allowing one run on one hit and one walk in the 16-pitch appearance. The Reds will likely wait a day or two and see how he recovers from the back issue before determining whether or not Young requires a stint on the 15-day injured list.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Pulled from appearance with injury

    Young was removed in the eighth inning of Sunday's game against the Nationals with an apparent injury, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports. Young entered the contest in the top of the eighth and was expected to work for the entire inning, but he was pulled from the contest after issuing a leadoff walk and then striking out a batter. He appeared to suffer an injury on his final pitch of the day, but the Reds haven't provided a diagnosis yet.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Rescues Reds

    Young allowed one hit and struck out one over one inning to earn a hold in Friday's 6-5 win over the Dodgers. Situations don't get much more high leverage than the seventh-inning spot in which manager David Bell called for the left-handed Young. The Dodgers had plated three runs, cutting Cincinnati's lead to 6-5, and the bases were loaded with lefty-hitting Max Muncy due up. Young induced a flyout, then got two more outs in the eighth before closer Alexis Diaz finished it off. The only lefty in the Reds' bullpen, Young has not allowed a run over his last 14 appearances and sports a 2.20 ERA for the season. The 29-year-old journeyman reliever has embraced a new changeup grip this season, per Charlie Goldsmith of the Cincinnati Enquirer, which helped make him a trusted bullpen arm. That's the pitch he throws most often at 37.5 percent, and opponents are batting just .159 against it.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Scoreless stretch continues

    Young retired the lone batter faced in Wednesday's 3-0 loss to the Brewers. Young finished off the seventh inning after starter Ben Lively ceded a two-run home run to Tyrone Taylor. Finishing off innings is Young's job, and he's been executing well of late. The left-hander has not allowed a run in 13 outings (8.2 innings), and owns a 1.50 ERA over the last 32 appearances (24 innings). For the season, Young has a 2.25 ERA with 38 strikeouts and 15 walks over 40 innings.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Earns first save of season

    Young picked up the save in Sunday's 9-7 victory over the Astros, allowing one unearned run on one hit over one inning. He struck out one and didn't record a walk. Young got the call in the bottom of the 10th after the Reds struck for three runs in the top half of the inning. It was a surprising decision, given Young hasn't been a late-inning option this season, but the top guys in the Reds' bullpen were presumably unavailable after pitching numerous times during Cincinnati's recent win streak. Overall, Young has been solid, posting a 2.83 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 31:9 K:BB across 30 appearances (28.2 innings), but fantasy managers shouldn't expect him to get regular save chances moving forward.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Added to roster

    The Reds selected Young's contract from Triple-A Louisville on Thursday. Young inked a minor-league contract with the Reds in January and wound up claiming a spot in the Opening Day bullpen. He figures to operate in a mop-up type of role.
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  • Reds' Alex Young: Signs NRI with Reds

    Young signed a minor-league contract with the Reds on Tuesday. The deal includes an invitation to major-league spring training. Young appeared in 24 games with the Giants last year, and registered a 2.39 ERA with a 20:11 K:BB ratio over 26.1 innings pitched. He'll have a chance to win a spot in the Cincinnati bullpen with a good showing in the Cactus League, but he shouldn't be on a fantasy radar to begin 2023.
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  • Giants' Alex Young: Picks up win

    Young (1-1) earned the win Friday by retiring the only batter he faced. Young got the last out of the eighth inning in a 5-5 game, and the Giants pulled ahead in the top of the ninth to put him in line for the win. The southpaw has endured a rough September, allowing five runs (two earned) across 8.2 innings while adding two holds. He has a 2.53 ERA, 1.55 WHIP and 17:10 K:BB through 21.1 innings between the Giants and the Guardians this year while adding five holds and a blown save.
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  • Giants' Alex Young: Starting nightcap

    Young will start the second game of Thursday's doubleheader against the Brewers, Evan Webeck of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Young's first 17 major-league appearances of the season have come out of the bullpen, and he's posted a 2.40 ERA and 1.60 WHIP in 15 innings. He'll likely serve as an opener for Thursday's nightcap since he doesn't tend to last very long in his relief outings. Sean Hjelle should be available to serve as a bulk reliever after he was called up as the 29th man for the twin bill.
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  • Giants' Alex Young: Recalled from Triple-A

    Young was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento on Tuesday. Young was acquired from the Guardians in mid-July, and he is set to see his first big-league action since joining the Giants. He figures to work in low-leverage spots out of the bullpen.
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  • Giants' Alex Young: Traded to Giants

    The Giants acquired Young from the Guardians on Monday in exchange for cash considerations, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. After he was designated for assignment Thursday, Young will head to a new home after he was dealt to the Giants on Monday. He will report to Triple-A Sacramento when he joins the organization. The reliever has a 3.77 ERA this season while pitching in Triple-A and could find himself with the Giants in the coming months.
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