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Innings Pitched
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 611.7 37.3 2 1 20 10 3.62 1.47
2022 571.5 51.3 1 4 30 14 4.03 1.46
3y Avg. 742.2 45.0 3 3 30 12 3.80 1.36
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  • Cardinals' John King: Avoids arbitration

    King agreed to a one-year contract with the Cardinals on Thursday, avoiding arbitration. The 29-year-old lefty has seen his strikeout rate decline in three consecutive seasons, while his WHIP has gone up for three years in a row. He is a left-handed groundball specialist who has more real-life value than fantasy value.
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  • Cardinals' John King: Snags win Sunday

    King (1-0) allowed a run on three hits and a walk while striking out one over one inning to earn the win Sunday over the Phillies. King also took a blown save after allowing the Phillies to tie the game in the eighth inning, but the Cardinals quickly retook the lead in their half of the frame. Over 16 appearances with St. Louis, King has posted a 1.80 ERA, 1.20 WHIP, 8:4 K:BB and seven holds across 15 innings. He's at a 4.01 ERA, 1.43 WHIP and 18:8 K:BB through 33.2 innings overall when accounting for his time with the Rangers. While he's seen some high-leverage work with the Cardinals, he's unlikely to be in the mix to close games with both Ryan Helsley and Giovanny Gallegos healthy.
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  • Cardinals' John King: Summoned from Triple-A

    The Cardinals added King to the 26-man active roster Tuesday. King was in Triple-A when the Rangers traded him to St. Louis as part of the Jordan Montgomery deal, and he'll return to the majors as he switches organizations. The 28-year-old lefty holds a 5.79 ERA and 1.61 WHIP through 18.2 innings in the big leagues this year.
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  • Cardinals' John King: Sent to St. Louis

    The Rangers traded King, Thomas Saggese and Tekoah Roby to the Cardinals on Sunday in exchange for Jordan Montgomery and Chris Stratton, Jeff Passan of ESPN.comreports. King made his big-league debut for Texas during the 2020 campaign and has a 4.27 ERA across 87 big-league appearances. The left-hander has given up 12 earned runs over 18.2 frames in the majors this season and posted a 3.32 ERA, 1.60 WHIP and 13:6 K:BB over 21.2 innings at the Triple-A level.
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  • Rangers' John King: Sent to Triple-A

    The Rangers optioned King to Triple-A Round Rock on Wednesday. King will head back to Triple-A after being called up Saturday, having failed to appear in a game while with the Rangers. Alex Speas had his contract selected from Round Rock on Wednesday and will replace King in the Rangers' bullpen.
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  • Rangers' John King: Recalled by Rangers

    King was called up by Texas on Saturday. This will be King's third stint in the majors this season. During his previous time with the team, he struggled to a 5.79 ERA in 18.2 innings while striking out just 12.3 percent of opposing batters. Josh Sborz (biceps) hit the injured list in a corresponding move.
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  • Rangers' John King: Back in minors

    The Rangers optioned King to Triple-A Round Rock on Friday. King was brought up to the majors Tuesday while Andrew Heaney was on paternity leave. Now that Heaney is back with the team, King will return to Round Rock after making two shutout appearances.
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  • Rangers' John King: Summoned to majors

    King was recalled from Triple-A Round Rock on Tuesday. King holds an ugly 6.61 ERA over 13 relief appearances for the Rangers this season. He'll provide manager Bruce Bochy with another left-hander in the bullpen.
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  • Rangers' John King: Goes 3.1 innings in long relief

    King (1-0) earned the win in Sunday's 11-7 win over the Blue Jays. He allowed one run on two walks while striking out two over 3.1 innings. King nabbed his first win of the season Sunday, entering the game in the third frame after starter Jon Gray gave up six runs in 2.1 innings of work. He managed to put out the fire and held the Blue Jays hitless despite giving up a run. Since being called up from Triple-A in early May, King holds a 4.15 ERA and 1.54 WHIP to pair with 4.85 K/9 across 10 appearances (13 innings).
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  • Rangers' John King: Optioned to Triple-A

    The Rangers optioned King to Triple-A Round Rock on Wednesday. King had a rough go of it in the Cactus League with a 5.06 ERA, 1.78 WHIP and 12:4 K:BB over 10.2 innings of work. The southpaw will begin the season in the Pacific Coast League, but he likely will see time in the Texas bullpen as an up-and-down option for the club for the 2023 campaign.
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  • Rangers' John King: Returns to big leagues

    King was recalled from Triple-A Round Rock on Wednesday. King has a 4.70 ERA over his last five big-league appearances and is coming off a stint at Triple-A Round Rock where he generated a 9.00 ERA and 1.73 WHIP across 11 innings. King will rejoin the Rangers after they placed Spencer Howard (shoulder) on the 15-day IL retroactive to Monday.
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  • Rangers' John King: Can't hold lead

    King allowed one run on two hits while striking out one in one inning during Wednesday's 4-3 loss to the Rays in extra innings. King, who's pitched well recently, came on in eighth inning to protect a one-run lead after starter Jon Gray's gem of an outing. Unfortunately, King blew the save -- the second eighth-inning blown save over his last three appearances -- and the Rangers lost in extras.
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  • Rangers' John King: Earns sixth hold

    King struck out one over a scoreless eighth inning to earn the hold in Tuesday's 3-0 win over the Rays. King followed up a dominant start by Martin Perez by pitching a perfect eighth inning. The hold was the sixth for King, who's scooped up three over the last six appearances. The left-hander has allowed a worrisome number of walks -- nine in 20 innings -- but he's avoided serious damage and pitched better during his recent six-game stretch. Five of those six outings have been scoreless and four have been perfect innings of relief.
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  • Rangers' John King: Earns shaky hold

    King allowed two hits and a walk while striking out two over 1.2 scoreless innings in Tuesday's 6-4 win over the Royals. King earned his second hold, but he allowed two inherited runners to score. The left-hander has managed to sidestep serious damage despite allowing 21 baserunners over 13.1 innings -- only two of his 13 appearances have been clean. King has a 2.70 ERA which stands in contrast to a 4.22 FIP.
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  • Rangers' John King: Rustles up easy win

    King (1-0) allowed zero hits and one walk over 1.1 scoreless relief innings to pick up the win over the Angels on Thursday. Starter Dane Dunning was pulled after eight outs and 86 pitches, but the Rangers were coasting at the time with an 8-2 lead. Dunning's inefficiency created a chance for King to collect his first win of 2022. King, who worked as a multi-inning reliever in 2021, vultured seven wins out of the bullpen last season, when Texas starters often needed relief. The rotation is off to a similar start this season (6.85 ERA while averaging four innings per start), so guys like King could be needed often in the middle innings. Mix in a potent offense (fourth in runs scored so far) and the recipe is there for more relief wins.
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  • Rangers' John King: Full go for spring

    King (shoulder) is expected to be a full participant during the Rangers' spring camp, Kennedi Landry of MLB.com reports. King has yet to make his 2022 Cactus League debut, but that shouldn't be far away now that the Rangers are giving him full clearance after he underwent thoracic outlet syndrome surgery in September. Though the track record of pitchers returning from the procedure isn't promising, King has apparently been free of setbacks in his recovery and should have a chance at making the Opening Day bullpen if he fares well in his spring outings. King still has three minor-league options remaining, so it wouldn't be too surprising if the Rangers took a cautious approach and sent him to Triple-A Round Rock to begin the season so he can attempt to regain form in a lower-pressure setting.
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  • Rangers' John King: Undergoes surgery

    King will miss the remainder of the season after recently undergoing thoracic outlet syndrome surgery, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. King was initially sidelined in July with what was described as shoulder inflammation. It's now been revealed that he's dealing with thoracic outlet syndrome, but the surgery should have him ready to go come spring training. King posted a 3.52 ERA and 40:12 K:BB across 46 innings this season, which should leave him as a candidate for high-leverage innings entering 2022 if he makes a full recovery.
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  • Rangers' John King: Return delayed

    King (shoulder) experienced renewed soreness following his second rehab appearance Aug. 13 at Triple-A Round Rock, but he's expected to return from the 10-day injured list before the Rangers' upcoming homestand concludes Sept. 1, MLB.com reports. Texas had been hopeful that King would be ready to return from the IL on Tuesday, but the setback during the rehab assignment derailed those plans. Ideally, King will make at least one more appearance in the minors with no renewed discomfort before reclaiming a spot in the Texas bullpen.
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  • Rangers' John King: Nearing return

    Texas manager Chris Woodward said King (shoulder) is expected to rejoin the team soon, Joseph Hoyt of the Dallas Morning News reports. King made a second rehab appearance Friday for Triple-A Round Rock, striking out two over a scoreless relief inning. He's made two one-inning appearances for the Express, which is a departure from his usage prior to the injury. King averaged nearly two innings per outing and had been gearing up to enter the rotation at the time of his injury.
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  • Rangers' John King: Could throw off mound soon

    King (shoulder) could throw off a mound by this weekend, Joseph Hoyt of the Dallas Morning News reports. King began a throwing program this week, but the Rangers won't determine the next steps until they see him on the mound. The left-hander was placed on the 10-day injured list prior to the All-Star break while building up to become a starter.
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