Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
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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
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 35812.3 152.0 15 7 152 41 3.97 1.33
2021 615.1 53.7 1 5 50 18 6.04 1.43
3y Avg. 193.510.8 91.3 6 5 95 29 4.14 1.32
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Skipping minor-league outing

    Mets manager Buck Showalter said that Carrasco won't make his scheduled minor-league start Thursday due to "elbow maintenance," Tim Healey of Newsday reports. The Mets don't seem to be even considering this an injury, as Carrasco is slated to make a minor-league start next Tuesday instead. The situation is an odd one, but Carrasco's elbow typically gives him a little trouble every spring. Barring any setbacks, fantasy managers should continue drafting him as they normally would. Carrasco holds a 4.15 ERA and 14:2 K:BB over 13 innings this spring.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Whiffs seven in Friday's outing

    Carrasco gave up one run on two hits and a walk over four innings in Friday's Grapefruit League game against the Marlins. He struck out seven. It's the first time in four spring starts Carrasco didn't serve up a homer, which might be a more encouraging sign than the strikeouts -- even if it did come against a Miami lineup containing few regulars. The veteran right-hander worked up to 57 pitches (41 strikes) and has an impressive 14:2 K:BB through 13 Grapefruit League innings. Carrasco should get in one more spring start before Opening Day, when he'll be the No. 3 or No. 4 starter in the Mets' rotation.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Erratic outing against Rays

    Carrasco gave up three runs (two earned) on four hits over four innings in Sunday's Grapefruit League game against the Rays. He struck out four without walking a batter. The K's were encouraging, but Carrasco also served up two homers -- one to top Tampa prospect Kyle Manzardo, and the other to 26-year-old minor leaguer Niko Hulsizer. Carrasco has now given up four homers through nine spring innings to go with a solid 7:1 K:BB, but as yet there's little cause for concern with the veteran right-hander.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Has 2023 option picked up

    The Mets exercised Carrasco's $14 million club option for 2023 on Thursday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Carrasco produced a 3.97 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 152:41 K:BB across 152 innings for New York in 2022, leading the organization to pick up his option for next year. The veteran right-hander will provide some stability for the Mets' rotation with Jacob deGrom, Taijuan Walker and Chris Bassitt entering free agency.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Left off wild-card roster

    Carrasco wasn't included on the Mets' roster for the NL Wild Card Series against the Padres on Friday, Deesha Thosar of Fox Sports reports. Carrasco posted a 4.21 ERA in six starts after returned from the injured list in early September, and he unsurprisingly isn't among New York's top-three rotation options for the wild-card series. The 35-year-old isn't guaranteed to be added to the roster later on should the Mets advance with Taijuan Walker and Trevor Williams also in the mix to start in a longer series.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: No-decision in short outing

    Carrasco didn't factor into the decision in the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Nationals, giving up two runs on five hits and a walk over four innings. He struck out three. With the playoffs looming and the Mets having squandered their chance to win the NL East, Carrasco got an early hook to give him some extra rest. The veteran righty tossed 73 pitches (51 strikes) and left with New York ahead 4-2, missing his chance to collect his 16th win of the season. He'll wrap up a bounceback campaign with a 3.97 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 152:41 K:BB through 152 innings.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Scheduled start gets rained out

    Carrasco won't start Monday's game against the Nationals as the game has been postponed due to rain, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. DiComo notes that the two teams will play a doubleheader Tuesday, but the Mets have yet to reveal their pitching plans for the twin bill. Carrasco will be a strong candidate to start one of Tuesday's matchups.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Downed by Marlins

    Carrasco (15-7) took the loss Tuesday as the Mets fell 6-4 to the Marlins, giving up four runs on six hits and a walk over three innings. He struck out two. The veteran right-hander didn't have his best stuff, and with the Mets now in a dogfight for the NL East title with Atlanta, manager Buck Showalter gave Carrasco the hook after 67 pitches (41 strikes). He's now failed to go past four innings in either of his last two starts, and fatigue could well be a factor for the 35-year-old -- he hadn't thrown more than 85 innings across all levels in a season since 2018, but Carrasco's now up to 148 IP in 2022. He's scheduled to make one more start in the final series of the season next week against the Nationals.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Ineffective against Brewers

    Carrasco tossed four innings, giving up three runs on five hits and two walks while striking out four in Tuesday's win over the Brewers. He did factor into the decision. Carrasco didn't have his best stuff Tuesday, surrendering three runs in the second inning on four hits and a walk. He was able to follow up the difficult frame with two scoreless innings before being removed from the contest after the fourth. The poor outing snapped a two-game quality start streak for the right-hander. Since returning from the 15-day injured list Sept. 4, Carrasco has produced a 2.89 ERA and 1.34 WHIP with 23 strikeouts over 18.2 frames in four starts.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Fans 11 in win

    Carrasco (15-6) earned the victory Thursday against the Pirates, striking out 11 in six innings while allowing a run on four hits and two walks. Carrasco struck out eight batters in the first three innings on his way to fanning a season-high 11, and he finished the outing by retiring the last eight batters he faced. The veteran right-hander has allowed three or fewer earned runs in each of his last 10 starts, compiling a 2.12 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and a 62:16 K:BB in 59.1 innings in that span. His next start will likely be in the middle of next week in Milwaukee.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Allows one run in win

    Carrasco (14-6) earned the win Saturday, allowing one run on four hits over six innings against the Marlins. He struck out six. Carrasco allowed an RBI double by Garrett Cooper to put the Marlins up 1-0 but was otherwise unscored upon. The righty has been shutting opponents down in his last 10 games with a solid 2.19 ERA over 53.1 innings. The 35-year-old's 3.80 ERA in 2022 is a nice bounce-back from his 6.04 ERA in 53.2 innings during 2021.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Chased early in loss

    Carrasco (13-6) took the loss Sunday, allowing five runs (one earned) on six hits and two walks over 2.2 innings against the Nationals. He struck out two. The 35-year-old's return from an oblique injury did not go as planned as he surrendered a run on a double and a single to start the game. He got through the second inning with relative ease but ran into trouble again in the third after a one-out single and a costly Jeff McNeil throwing error snowballed into four runs, all of which were unearned, and led to him being pulled from the game after throwing 54 pitches. Carrasco will take a 3.91 ERA into his next start.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Set to start Sunday

    Carrasco (oblique) will return from the 15-day injured list to start Sunday against the Nationals, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Carrasco will return without making a rehab start, though he will have gone only roughly three weeks without pitching in games. He did manage a bullpen session and simulated game within the last week but could still face a pitch limit Sunday. David Peterson is likely to get bumped from the rotation, and Tylor Megill (shoulder) appears destined for a relief role once activated.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Could return over weekend

    Carrasco (oblique) is expected to return from the 15-day injured list during this weekend's series with the Nationals after he felt fine following a 55-pitch simulated game Monday, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports. Carrasco has been on the shelf since Aug. 16 with the left oblique strain, and due to the brevity of his stint on the IL, the Mets apparently aren't planning on having him make a rehab start prior to his activation. If Carrasco is plugged back into the rotation Saturday or Sunday, he could be capped at around 70-to-90 pitches, but he shouldn't face any major workload restrictions in any starts that follow. Should the Mets elect to keep a five-man rotation intact upon Carrasco's return, David Peterson would likely be the odd man out and could move to the bullpen or get optioned to Triple-A Syracuse.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Sim game on tap

    Carrasco (oblique) will throw a simulated game Monday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Carrasco has been on the injured list since Aug. 16, but he was cleared to resume mound work this week. The right-hander will take another step in his recovery process early next week by facing hitters, and it seems likely that he'll be able to begin a rehab assignment shortly after his simulated game.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Completes bullpen session

    Carrasco (oblique) said he feels "much, much better" after throwing a bullpen session Tuesday, Marly Rivera of ESPN.com reports. Carrasco landed on the 15-day IL with a strained left oblique last week, but he didn't face a significant shutdown due to the injury. The veteran right-hander is scheduled for another bullpen session Friday, though the following step in his rehab program remains unclear. His initial recovery timeline was 3-to-4 weeks, and the quick return to mound work is a good sign he could be back in that timeframe.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Heads to injured list

    The Mets placed Carrasco on the 15-day injured list Tuesday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. New York called up reliever Stephen Nogosek from Triple-A Syracuse to temporarily replace Carrasco on the 26-man active roster, but David Peterson is expected to be promoted from Syracuse later in the week when Carrasco's next turn in the rotation comes up. The Mets announced earlier Tuesday that Carrasco is expected to be sidelined for 3-to-4 weeks due to the injury he sustained in Monday's 13-1 loss to Atlanta.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Headed for multi-week absence

    The Mets announced Tuesday that Carrasco's MRI earlier in the day revealed a low-grade left oblique strain. He's expected to require 3-to-4 weeks to recover from the injury. New York didn't immediately place Carrasco on the 15-day injured list, but he'll likely be deactivated prior to Tuesday's game in Atlanta or Wednesday once the Mets find a player to replace him on the 26-man active roster. David Peterson will presumably be called up from Triple-A Syracuse to join the rotation as a replacement for Carrasco beginning with Saturday's doubleheader in Philadelphia, and the team will also need to break in a temporary sixth starter that same day. With Carrasco now likely to remain out until around mid-September, fantasy managers in most redraft leagues are probably best off dropping him for a healthier option rather than waiting out his return. The injury comes at an especially tough time for Carrasco after he'd gotten off to a strong start to the second half with a 2.63 ERA, 1.17 WHIP and 24:7 K:BB over 27.1 innings in his first outings since the All-Star break.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Scheduled for MRI

    Carrasco is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Tuesday after exiting his start in Monday's 13-1 loss to Atlanta with left side tightness, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports. Carrasco was charged with three earned runs on four hits and one walk over two innings before departing when he experienced the side tightness following his final pitch of the night. The 35-year-old had been lined up to make two starts this week, but the side injury tentatively puts his availability for this weekend's series in Philadelphia in peril. If Carrasco can't pitch in either end of Saturday's doubleheader, the Mets may have to call up two pitchers from the minors to start the two games.
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  • Mets' Carlos Carrasco: Dealing with side tightness

    Carrasco was removed from Monday's start against the Braves due to left side tightness, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. He allowed three runs on four hits and one walk while striking out one over two innings prior to his exit. Carrasco was forced to hit the pause button with two outs in the second inning due to a rain delay, and while he was able to return following the 55-minute delay, it appears as though he failed to get all the way warmed back up before returning to the bump. The right-hander was spotted grabbing his side in the dugout after picking up the final out of the second inning, per Anthony DiComo of MLB.com. The severity of Carrasco's injury has yet to be determined, and he's likely headed for further testing.
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