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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Earned Run Average
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Fantasy Points
Aug 2, 2023 4.0 11 2 3.29 -1.5
Jul 28, 2023 5.0 11 1 3.00 7
Jul 22, 2023 4.0 11 1 2.89 1.5
Jul 17, 2023 6.0 11 1 2.56 19
Jun 30, 2023 3.0 11 1 2.53 -2.5

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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Saves
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Strikeouts
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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 330.515.7 115.0 11 2 121 41 3.29 1.18
2022 49017.5 166.3 12 8 194 38 2.54 0.93
3y Avg. 37314.9 135.0 11 5 152 39 3.00 1.10
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Will undergo Tommy John surgery

    Rays manager Kevin Cash said Tuesday that McClanahan (forearm) will undergo Tommy John surgery, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. McClanahan had already been ruled out for the rest of 2023, but a Tommy John procedure will likely keep him out for all of 2024 as well. The 26-year-old southpaw landed on the injured list Aug. 3 and will undergo surgery sometime next week. He finishes 2023 with a 3.29 ERA and 1.18 WHIP alongside a 121:41 K:BB ratio through 115 innings.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Officially shut down for season

    McClanahan's (forearm) season is officially done, as he was transferred to the 60-day injured list Saturday, Bob Nightengale of USA Today reports. McClanahan hit the injured list in early August with tightness in his left forearm, and it's since become clear that the injury is a serious one. Surgery is reportedly a possibility, and even if McClanahan can avoid it, he won't be back on a major-league mound until next year. The move creates space for Josh Fleming (elbow) to return from his own stay on the 60-day IL.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Likely done for season

    Rays manager Kevin Cash said Tuesday that McClanahan (forearm) is "highly unlikely" to pitch again this season, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. McClanahan landed on the 15-day injured list last week due to left forearm tightness and he has since visited a number of specialists in an attempt to get to the root of the issue. Cash told reporters that surgery is a possibility for the 26-year-old ace, who had pitched to an 11-2 record, 3.29 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 121:41 K:BB through 115 innings (21 starts) this season. It's the biggest blow yet to a Tampa Bay pitching staff that has been ravaged by injuries to key starters.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Visiting with specialists

    McClanahan (forearm) visited with specialist Dr. Neal ElAttrache in Los Angeles on Monday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. This was after he had an MRI and was examined by team orthopedist Dr. Koco Eaton last Thursday. McClanahan will be seen by another specialist, Dr. Keith Meister, next week as he and the Rays try to gain clarity on the pitcher's left forearm injury. Presumably, an update on McClanahan's long-term prognosis will be available following next week's exam. The southpaw has posted a 6.65 ERA in his last five starts, dealing with a back issue and now a forearm problem over that span.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Officially placed on 15-day IL

    McClanahan was placed on the 15-day injured list Thursday with left forearm tightness, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. In a short statement to reporters, the Rays said only that they are "in the process of gathering further information and updates will be provided when available." This all sounds ominous after McClanahan was pulled from his start Wednesday against the Yankees due to forearm discomfort, shortly after he surrendered five earned runs on a double, two singles and two homers in the bottom of the third inning. Topkin reported previously the 26-year-old ace is headed for "additional imaging" and "additional opinions" on his left arm.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Headed to injured list

    McClanahan (forearm) will be placed on the 15-day injured list Thursday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. McClanahan was lifted from his start Wednesday against the Yankees after experiencing left forearm tightness in the bottom of the fourth inning. There is no exact diagnosis yet, but the 26-year-old ace is headed for imaging scans and is expected to seek out multiple opinions in an effort to get to the root of the issue. He'll be sidelined through at least mid-August, and perhaps far longer. More should be known in the coming days.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Battling forearm tightness

    McClanahan experienced tightness in his left forearm during Wednesday's game against the Yankees, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The issue arose when the southpaw was warming up ahead of the fourth, following a third inning that saw him cough up five runs on homers by Anthony Volpe and Giancarlo Stanton. McClanahan will head back to Tampa on Thursday to be checked out by the team doctor, at which point more details regarding the severity of his injury will be available. Fantasy managers should consider him day-to-day for the time being, but the Rays will be holding their breath that the team's ace isn't facing a lengthy absence.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Fans six in no-decision

    McClanahan did not factor into the decision Friday, allowing three runs on eight hits over five innings against the Astros. He struck out six without issuing a walk. The final line is rather pedestrian by his standards -- that speaks to the incredibly high bar he's set for himself more than anything else. McClanahan induced a whopping 17 swinging strikes on 86 pitches. Jose Abreu's homer in the fourth inning accounted for two of the three runs against McClanahan, who lines up to pitch in Yankee Stadium his next time out and will be looking for his first win since June 16.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Could see normal workload

    Manager Kevin Cash expects McClanahan to make "very close to a normal start" Monday night against the Rangers, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. McClanahan hasn't fired more than 66 pitches in a game in over a month, but Cash feels the southpaw is healthy and ready to handle a normal start, if efficient. McClanahan's last start took place June 30 against the Mariners before landing on the 15-day injured list with mid-back tightness.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Activated for Monday's start

    McClanahan (back) was activated from the 15-day injured list Monday, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun reports. McClanahan will rejoin the Rays' rotation on Monday in a road start versus the Rangers. The left-hander has missed all of July with a nagging back issue but is ready to go now after skipping a rehab assignment. McClanahan hasn't thrown more than 66 pitches in a start in a month, so he probably won't be ready for a full workload Monday.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Expected back Sunday

    Rays manager Kevin Cash said last week that he's confident McClanahan (back) will be ready to return from the 15-day injured list when first eligible to start Sunday's game in Kansas City, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. McClanahan was placed on the IL with mid-back tightness July 1, one day after he was limited to a season-low three innings in a start at Seattle. The injury kept him from making his final turn before the All-Star break and also prevented him from pitching in the Midsummer Classic, but he was able to play catch last week without any discomfort and has presumably continued to improve in the days that followed. McClanahan may throw a bullpen session Thursday or Friday before the Rays officially confirm that he'll take the hill for the final game of the series in Kansas City.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Lands on IL

    The Rays placed McClanahan on the 15-day injured list with mid-back tightness Saturday, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun reports. McClanahan has exited back-to-back starts due to back tightness, and now he'll head to the injured list in order to resolve the issue. It's unclear how long the 26-year-old lefty will spend on the injured list, but he will have to wait until at least after the All-Star break to make his next start. Jalen Beeks was recalled from Triple-A Durham in a corresponding move.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Starting Friday

    McClanahan (back) is listed as the Rays' probable pitcher for Friday's game against the Mariners at T-Mobile Park. Just as manager Kevin Cash suggested would be the case earlier in the week, McClanahan will rejoin the Tampa Bay rotation for the first game of the team's series in Seattle. The ace southpaw will be returning to the mound after a full week's rest, as he last pitched June 22 before leaving his start against the Royals that day in the fourth inning with mid-back tightness. McClanahan threw a bullpen session over the weekend and apparently checked out fine, so he's not expected to face any limitations Friday.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Status unclear

    Manager Kevin Cash said he hopes McClanahan will be "okay" after receiving treatment on his back Thursday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. McClanahan was pulled in the fourth inning of Thursday's game against the Royals with mid-back tightness. After the contest, Cash noted that the issue lingered from McClanahan's prior outing but didn't provide any additional detail as to whether he may require a stint on the injured list.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Dealing with back issue

    McClanahan exited Thursday's game against the Royals with mid-back tightness, Tricia Whitaker of Bally Sports Sun reports. McClanahan was pulled in the fourth inning after a brief visit from manager Kevin Cash and a team trainer. The severity of the issue isn't known, but the initial diagnosis seems encouraging given it's not an arm injury.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Exits Thursday's start

    McClanahan exited Thursday's start against the Royals in the fourth inning with an undisclosed injury, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. One of the team's trainers went to the mound along with manager Kevin Cash. There was a brief conversation with McClanahan before he was pulled, but no further details are currently available. He allowed two runs on four hits with three strikeouts and two walks over 3.2 frames prior to his exit.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Wins third straight

    McClanahan (11-1) allowed one run on three hits and three walks over 6.2 innings Friday, striking out five and earning a win over the Padres. McClanahan rolled through six shutout frames before serving up a solo homer to Nelson Cruz in the seventh inning. With a third straight win, McClanahan has racked up a league-high 11 wins in just 15 starts. However, during that win streak, he's registered a lackluster 15:6 K:BB through 19.2 innings. For the season, the 26-year-old lefty owns a terrific 2.12 ERA and 97:33 K:BB through 89.1 innings. McClanahan is currently lined up for a nice home matchup against the Royals next week.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: First to 10 wins

    McClanahan (10-1) earned the win Sunday over the Rangers, allowing three runs on four hits and one walk while striking out five over seven innings. McClanahan had some trouble in the third inning, when he allowed all three runs and four of his five baserunners. This was his fourth quality start in his last five outings, and it's just the second time he's given up three or more runs all season. The ace southpaw is now at a 2.18 ERA, 1.11 WHIP and 92:30 K:BB through 82.2 innings over 14 starts. McClanahan's 10 wins lead all of baseball, and he'll look to add to the total in his next start, which is projected to be in San Diego.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Grabs league-leading ninth win

    McClanahan (9-1) earned the win Monday, allowing a run on five hits and two walks over six innings against the Red Sox. He struck out five. McLanahan has only allowed more than two runs once in 13 starts this season. The lone blemish on his line Monday came on Justin Turner's solo home run in the sixth inning. McLanahan now boasts a pristine 2.02 ERA with a 1.15 WHIP and 87:29 K:BB over 75.2 innings this season. He'll look for a 10th win in his next outing, tentatively lined up for this weekend against a powerful Rangers offense.
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  • Rays' Shane McClanahan: Gives up season-high four runs

    McClanahan did not factor into the decision Saturday, allowing four runs on five hits and four walks over four innings during a 9-8 loss to the Yankees. He struck out three. McClanahan was his usual dominant self through four shutout innings, but he allowed the first five hitters to reach in the fifth, yielding two-run home runs to Aaron Judge and Kyle Higashioka. The left-hander finished with season highs in walks and runs allowed while submitting season lows in innings and strikeouts, so it was easily his worst performance of the campaign. McClanahan now sports a 2.34 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and 61:24 K:BB through nine starts (50 innings), and he'll look to bounce back next time out, which is tentatively scheduled for a three-game weekend set versus Milwaukee.
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