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Earned Run Average
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Apr 13, 2023 3.0 2 0 0.56 9.5
Apr 8, 2023 7.0 2 0 0.00 28.5
Apr 2, 2023 6.0 1 0 0.00 33

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 7123.7 16.0 2 24 4 0.56 0.50
2022 35110.6 135.3 9 5 144 31 2.46 1.07
3y Avg. 190.57.3 65.3 5 2 1 77 16 2.48 1.03
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Surgery set for Monday

    Springs (elbow) is scheduled to undergo his season-ending Tommy John surgery Monday in Texas, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The operation will be performed by Dr. Keith Meister, one of the renowned specialists for athletes who are dealing with arm-related injuries. The Rays will provide an update after the surgery is performed regarding whether Springs required any additional procedures beyond repairing his UCL, but assuming the lefty requires little more than the traditional Tommy John surgery, he'll face a loose 12-to-18-month rehab and recovery process. With that in mind, Springs should be expected to miss a significant portion of the 2024 season as well.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Shifts to 60-day injured list

    Springs (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Saturday, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun reports. The move was an expected one, as Springs will undergo Tommy John surgery Monday, a procedure which will cost him all of this season and a substantial portion of next year. The transaction clears space on the 40-man roster for the Rays to select Hector Perez's contract.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Expected to have Tommy John surgery

    Springs (elbow) is expected to undergo Tommy John surgery and will miss the remainder of the 2024 season, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Springs was placed on the injured list with a left elbow flexor strain, and as it often does, the injury has escalated into the need for the reconstructive surgery. Springs was pitching exceptionally well prior to the injury with an 0.56 ERA and 24:4 K:BB over 16 innings and three starts. The left-hander will hope to be ready for the start of the 2024 campaign, and Taj Bradley should be given the opportunity to cement his role in the rotation in Spring's absence.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Lands on IL with flexor strain

    Springs was placed on the 15-day injured list by the Rays on Tuesday with a left elbow flexor strain, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun reports. It was already known that Springs was likely to miss at least a couple months of action, but he's now officially on the IL and we finally have a specific diagnosis. The Rays have not publicly laid out a rehab plan for the left-hander, but he'll likely be shut down for a while before slowly ramping up a throwing program. Taj Bradley is taking Springs' spot in Tampa Bay's rotation.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Likely out multiple months

    Springs (arm) is expected to miss a minimum of two months, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Springs underwent an MRI on his left arm Friday after experiencing some nerve discomfort during his start Thursday afternoon against the Red Sox. Topkin notes that the Rays are seeking out multiple opinions, but the early indications are not good. The elbow issue could even be an injury that requires surgery and leads to a long-term absence. Springs landed a four-year, $31 million contract extension in January and had posted excellent numbers out of the gate this season.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Getting MRI on Friday

    Springs will undergo an MRI on his left elbow Friday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Ulnar neuritis was the initial diagnosis when Springs had to depart his start Thursday against the Red Sox. The hope is that's all he's dealing with, and his stay on the injured list will be a short one. However, the MRI will provide more clarity, with the results expected back at some point later Friday. "Just hoping for the best," Springs said. "Hopefully it's just a nerve thing that kind of flared up. I've been very fortunate. I've never had any elbow issues or anything like that, so this is all kind of new. So we'll see. Right now, I feel fine."
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Diagnosed with ulnar neuritis

    Springs was diagnosed with left arm ulnar neuritis after leaving Thursday's game against the Red Sox, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun reports. In other words, he's dealing with inflammation in the ulnar nerve of his pitching arm which can cause a numbness or tingling sensation. The injury for Springs cropped up during the fourth inning Thursday after he gave up one run with five strikeouts over his first three frames. He will be re-evaluated Friday before more is known, but a stay on the injured list for Springs is almost surely coming. Taj Bradley looms as an obvious rotation replacement for Springs.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Exits start with injury

    Springs was removed from Thursday's start versus the Red Sox with an apparent injury to his left hand/arm, Tom Caron of NESN reports. Springs was seen flexing his hand after delivering a pitch in the top of the fourth inning. He threw one practice pitch after being visited by the trainer and Rays manager Kevin Cash but then immediately walked off the field. An update from the team on Springs' status should come shortly.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Seven shutout frames

    Springs (2-0) earned the win Saturday, allowing no runs on three hits and three walks over seven innings against the Athletics. He struck out seven. Another very impressive outing for Springs. The southpaw didn't allow an extra-base hit in the contest, and while he did issue the three free passes, he threw 61 of 89 pitches for strikes while picking up his second win. Over his first two starts, Springs has yet to allow a run, and he's registered an impressive 19:4 K:BB over 12 innings.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Mows down Tigers

    Springs (1-0) issued one walk over six no-hit innings Sunday. He struck out 12 and earned a win over Detroit. Springs completely dominated the Tigers, firing 58 of 81 pitches for strikes. He allowed just one base runner on a second-inning walk to Nick Maton. Springs forced 13 whiffs and recorded the first double-digit strikeout performance of his MLB career. At one point, the 30-year-old southpaw recorded five consecutive punchouts. He's lined up for another nice matchup next week when the Rays host Oakland.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Looking sharp this spring

    Springs has thrown 9.2 scoreless innings while maintaining a 16:1 K:BB in Grapefruit League action. Springs was initially brought along slowly during the exhibition season, though he worked 4.1 frames in his start Thursday. He enjoyed a breakout 2022 campaign by maintaining a 2.46 ERA and 1.07 WHIP across 135.1 innings and is a lock for the Rays' rotation so long as he remains healthy.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Inks four-year extension

    Springs signed a four-year, $31 million contract extension with the Rays on Wednesday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The deal can max out at $65.75 million if Springs gets his club option picked up for 2027 and reaches all of the included performance-based incentives. The 30-year-old left-hander impressed his way into a full-time rotation spot in Tampa Bay last season, delivering a 2.46 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 144 strikeouts (31 walks) across 135.1 innings. With his projectable workload on the rise, Springs should have late-round appeal in all standard fantasy drafts leading into the 2023 campaign.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Short start in short game

    Springs (9-5) took the loss Tuesday, allowing one run on two hits and one walk over three innings against the Red Sox. He struck out three. After throwing at least five innings in 11 of his previous 12 starts, Springs was pulled early Tuesday after completing the third inning. The one run he surrendered came on a Christian Arroyo single after he allowed a leadoff walk to Alex Verdugo and a base hit to Eric Hosmer. Springs completes his season with a career-high 135.1 innings pitched to go along with a 2.46 ERA and 144 punchouts.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Quality start in no-decision

    Springs did not factor into the decision Thursday and did not allow a run on three hits over six innings against Cleveland. He struck out five. Springs did not allow an extra-base hit in his outstanding start against Cleveland. The lefty has been phenomenal during his last six starts, recording a 1.44 ERA and 0.96 WHIP over 31.1 innings. In addition, the 30-year-old has not allowed a home run in five of those six outings.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: No decision against Jays

    Springs allowed four runs (three earned) on six hits and a walk while striking out six across five innings Friday against the Blue Jays. He did not factor into the decision. Springs held Toronto scoreless through four innings, but he allowed a pair of doubles and singles in the fifth inning to account for all of the runs against him. He managed 11 swinging strikes on only 83 total pitches and now has at least six strikeouts in five of his last seven starts. Springs has an impressive 2.56 ERA, 1.10 WHIP and a 136:30 K:BB across 126.1 frames on the campaign.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Credited with ninth win

    Springs (9-4) allowed three runs (two earned) on six hits and no walks while striking out six in 5.2 innings to earn the win over the Rangers on Sunday. Springs held the opposition scoreless over his first three outings in September, but he was slightly less effective during Sunday's start. However, the southpaw still picked up his third win over his last four appearances. He's posted a 0.89 ERA and 0.98 WHIP in 20.1 innings over four starts this month and tentatively lines up to make his next start at home against the Blue Jays on Friday.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Stifles Jays for eighth win

    Springs (8-4) picked up the win in the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Blue Jays, allowing three hits and two walks over six scoreless innings. He struck out five. The southpaw didn't let a Toronto baserunner get past second base as he extended his current scoreless streak to 16.2 innings. Springs also delivered his fifth quality start of the season, and since moving into the rotation at the beginning of May, he boasts a 2.55 ERA, 1.11 WHIP and 112:26 K:BB through 106 innings.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Three shut-down innings

    Springs did not factor into the decision Wednesday, allowing one hit and one walk over three innings against the Red Sox. He struck out two. Springs surrendered his lone hit in the form of a double from Enrique Hernandez to lead off the game. The 29-year-old has allowed one run or fewer in five of his last seven starts. The lefty has started 19 games in 2022 after starting two games combined in his previous four seasons; his 2.62 ERA this season is a career best.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Earns seventh win

    Springs (7-4) allowed four hits and three walks while striking out seven across 5.2 scoreless innings to earn the win Friday against the Yankees. Springs worked out of several jams but was able to get swings and misses when needed. He backed his seven strikeouts with 18 swinging strikes across 97 total pitches, and he has now struck out at least seven hitters in each of his last three starts. In eight outings since the All-Star break, Springs has maintained a 2.74 ERA with a 47:11 K:BB across 42.2 frames.
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  • Rays' Jeffrey Springs: Surrenders five at Fenway

    Springs (6-4) took the loss Saturday, allowing five runs on eight hits and one walk over six innings against Boston. He struck out eight. Springs allowed a solo home run from second baseman Enrique Hernandez to lead off the fourth after giving up a pair of two-run singles in the first. This is the first time in 18 starts and 26 appearances during 2022 that the lefty allowed five runs or more. The 29-year-old had been pitching well in the four starts prior to this contest, recording a 1.66 ERA and 0.97 WHIP across 21.2 innings.
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