Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
l
Losses
sv
Saves
so
Strikeouts
bb
Base on Balls (Walk)
era
Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 1535.7 107.3 2 10 1 126 47 4.44 1.43
3y Avg. 81.56.3 46.3 2 4 1 55 20 4.47 1.38

Fantasy News

  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Healthy and aiming for rotation

    Ashby (shoulder) told reporters Friday that he's healthy and will be competing for a spot in the Brewers' rotation this spring, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Ashby had left shoulder surgery last April and was roughed up in seven rehab appearances after returning, posting a 15.43 ERA. His velocity was reportedly trending in the right direction as of last fall, so it will be interesting to see what the radar gun says this spring. It's not clear when the southpaw will be maing his Cactus League debut. When right, Ashby has loads of upside, but he has some boxes to check from a stuff and performance standpoint before fantasy managers should get excited again.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Velocity trending up

    Brewers general manager Matt Arnold said Tuesday that Ashby's (shoulder) velocity has been trending in the right direction during recent throwing sessions, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Ashby underwent left shoulder surgery in April and struggled to regain his pre-op velocity initially. However, it sounds like it has ticked back up as he further distances himself from the operation. Ashby wound up being limited to just seven rehab innings in 2023, but the hope is that he will be ready to go for spring training.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Rehabbing in Nashville

    The Brewers transferred Ashby's (shoulder) rehab assignment to Triple-A Nashville on Thursday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Ashby remains unlikely to return to the Brewers' bullpen this season, but he continues to progress through the team's farm system as he works his way back from the shoulder procedure he underwent in April. The 25-year-old lefty has surrendered eight runs (seven earned) through 5.1 innings during his assignment and should be ready to go in plenty of time for spring training in 2024.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Unlikely to return in 2023

    Ashby (shoulder) isn't expected to return from the 60-day injured list this season, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. The left-hander hasn't suffered a setback in his recovery from the arthroscopic shoulder procedure he underwent in April, but the Brewers want him to focus on building up his arm in the minors over the next few weeks rather than gearing up for a return to the MLB bullpen. Assuming the Brewers don't deviate from that plan, Ashby will continue to make rehab appearances at Double-A Biloxi this week before moving up to Triple-A Nashville, where he'll finish the 2023 campaign. Ashby has resided on the Brewers' IL all season but began his rehab assignment at High-A Wisconsin earlier this month, striking out five and walking five while allowing three runs (two earned) in 3.2 innings over three appearances before moving up to Biloxi.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Rehab plan mapped out

    Ashby (shoulder) will make another rehab appearance for High-A Wisconsin this week before moving his rehab to Double-A Biloxi next week, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Ashby struck out two and walked two in a scoreless frame Sept. 2 in his first rehab appearance for Wisconsin. If he stays on this track, Ashby could be activated in mid-to-late September.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Begins rehab assignment

    Ashby (shoulder) began a rehab assignment with High-A Wisconsin on Saturday. Ashby has been on the injured list all season while recovering from a shoulder surgery he underwent in early April. After pitching several side sessions to work out some issues with his delivery, the 25-year-old southpaw is now ready to return to game action. Ashby should be able to rejoin Milwaukee's bullpen as a multi-inning reliever before the end of the season.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Nearing rehab assignment

    Ashby (shoulder) is on track to begin a minor-league rehab assignment next Saturday at High-A Wisconsin, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Ashby has been working through some mechanical issues but recently turned a corner and looks ready to pitch in a live game for the first time in 2023. The 25-year-old left-hander underwent arthroscopic surgery on his throwing shoulder in April. Ashby tossed a 35-pitch bullpen session Saturday, and he'll head to the Brewers' spring training complex in Arizona this week for a live batting practice session before he reports to Milwaukee's Midwest League affiliate. He's expected to serve as a multi-inning reliever for the Brewers once he returns from the 60-day injured list.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Not ready for rehab games

    Ashby (shoulder) acknowledged Tuesday that he is still working on his delivery in side sessions, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. At last check, the 25-year-old left-hander was said to be nearing a minor-league rehab assignment, but his velocity hasn't returned to full force and he'll need more time before returning to live games. Ashby has been on the shelf all season due to a shoulder injury that required arthroscopic surgery back in early April.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Rehab decision coming

    The Brewers will make a decision on when to send Ashby (shoulder) on a rehab assignment "very soon," Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Ashby has been throwing bullpens and batting practice at the Brewers' complex in Arizona with no issues, but he hasn't been able to get up to his usual velocity. As a result, the team will be forced to decide whether to keep building Ashby up or send him on a minor-league rehab assignment. Manager Craig Counsell emphasized the importance of having Ashby capable of operating at "full octane" for Milwaukee down the stretch, but he added there will be "hurdles to clear" in order to do so.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Nearing game action

    Brewers manager Craig Counsell said Tuesday that Ashby (shoulder) will begin appearing in rehab games in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League in the near future, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Ashby remains without a clear timeline to make his season debut for Milwaukee, but the Brewers intend to use him out of the bullpen once he completes his rehab assignment, given that working as a reliever will allow for a quicker buildup. The 25-year-old is already in Arizona working his way through a throwing program and has resumed tossing bullpen sessions. He'll likely need to face live hitters in batting practice on a few occasions before the Brewers formally clear him to play in ACL games.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Moved to 60-day injured list

    The Brewers moved Ashby (shoulder) to the 60-day injured list Sunday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Ashby is expected to miss the majority of the season after undergoing surgery on his shoulder. The move to the 60-day IL clears a spot on the 40-man roster for Bennett Sousa after Sousa was traded to Milwaukee from the Reds on Sunday.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Headed for shoulder surgery

    Brewers manager Craig Counsell announced Wednesday that Ashby needs arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The procedure is scheduled for Friday and could knock Ashby out for the entire season. He was placed on the 15-day injured list just before Opening Day after being diagnosed with an impingement and slight labral tear back in late February. The initial hope was that the 24-year-old southpaw might be able to join the Brewers by mid-May, but treatment and rest failed to solve the issue. Milwaukee will likely soon move him to the 60-day IL.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Placed on injured list

    Ashby (shoulder) was placed on the 15-day injured list Wednesday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Ashby is likely to miss the first six weeks of the regular season while recovering from the left shoulder injury, and he has yet to return to throwing bullpens after being diagnosed with a partial tear and impingement of his labrum. The southpaw could make starts for the Brewers upon his return, but Milwaukee might ease the 24-year-old back into action.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Throws on flat ground

    Ashby (shoulder) played catch on flat ground Wednesday in Brewers camp, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Ashby said he was tossing at a distance of about 75 feet and that the workout lasted around 10 minutes. He plans to do something similar within the next couple of days, assuming his left shoulder continues to respond well. The 24-year-old southpaw will open the 2023 season on the injured list after being diagnosed last month with a slight labral tear and impingement, but he could be an option for Milwaukee by mid-May if there are no hiccups in his throwing progression.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Ready for flat-ground work

    Ashby (shoulder) is scheduled to do some flat-ground throwing Wednesday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Ashby is nearing the end of a six-week shutdown period while he works his way back from an impingement and slight labral tear in his left shoulder. The hope is that the southpaw will be ready to rejoin the Brewers around mid-May, although he'll have a lot of boxes to check to make that happen.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Hopes to return by mid-May

    Ashby (shoulder) said Tuesday he's hoping to return by mid-May, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Ashby revealed the left shoulder injury he's dealing with is an impingement and a slight labral tear, specifically, and also that he received a platelet-rich plasma injection in late January. He's about halfway into a six-week shutdown period before he can ramp things back up again.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Multi-month absence on tap

    Brewers manager Craig Counsell said Thursday that Ashby (shoulder) will be out for "a couple of months," Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. McCalvy brought some left shoulder fatigue into Brewers camp, and it has since been diagnosed as inflammation. The 24-year-old left-hander will likely be fully held out of Cactus League action before landing on the injured list just ahead of Opening Day. Expect more clarity later this spring on a mapped-out timeline for his 2023 season debut.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Dealing with shoulder fatigue

    General manager Matt Arnold said Wednesday that Ashby will be behind the Brewers' other starting pitchers in camp while he contends with left shoulder fatigue, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. The Brewers are going to take things easy with Ashby to start spring training, an approach that makes sense given that the southpaw battled shoulder inflammation in 2022. The 24-year-old struck out 126 batters in his 107.1 innings over 27 appearances last season, but he also walked 47 and allowed 15 homers. There's certainly upside in Ashby's arm because of his ability to miss bats, but his command along with health concerns makes him a risky proposition for the upcoming campaign.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Strikes out six batters

    Ashby did not factor into the decision against the Marlins on Saturday, allowing two runs on three hits while striking out six and walking none over 4.1 innings. Ashby tossed 37 of 65 pitches for strikes across 4.1 frames. While he allowed just three hits, one was a two-run shot from Peyton Burdick. Ashby's innings have been limited since August, with the young lefty lasting five innings or more just twice in six appearances since then. He has just three quality starts on the year and has recently been used in a hybrid starter/reliever role. After Saturday's outing, Ashby's ERA sits at 4.49.
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  • Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Starting Saturday

    Ashby will start Saturday's game against the Marlins. Ashby worked out of the bullpen during Sunday's loss to the Reds and allowed a run on two hits and two walks while failing to record a strikeout in 1.2 innings. He hasn't tossed more than 41 pitches in either of his two appearances since returning from the injured list, so it's possible that he won't be able to handle a full workload as Saturday's starter.
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