Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 33310.4 179.0 12 11 144 52 4.43 1.39
2021 2979.3 180.0 10 13 146 56 5.15 1.39
3y Avg. 223.58.9 139.0 8 10 109 44 5.12 1.41
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  • Royals' Jordan Lyles: Settling in with new team

    Lyles allowed two hits and struck out two over three innings in Friday's Cactus League game versus the Padres. Lyles has struck out six over eight innings this spring while allowing two earned runs, six hits and a walk. The right-hander was an effective innings-eater with the Orioles in 2022, posting a 4.42 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 144:52 K:BB across 179 innings. He should be a lock for the Royals' rotation after signing a two-year deal in December, though his ratios will likely continue to be just okay across the board.
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  • Royals' Jordan Lyles: Signs two-year deal with Royals

    Lyles signed a two-year, $17 million deal with the Royals on Tuesday, Mark Feinsand of reports. Lyles will be getting pretty good money for a 32-year-old with a 5.10 career ERA. His 4.42 ERA last season for the Orioles beat his career mark by a significant margin but still wasn't particularly strong, especially in a year in which offense dropped across the league. Lyles' 18.6 percent strikeout rate in 2022 was in line with his 17.6 percent career figure, so don't expect him to become a different pitcher any time soon. He should at least be able to eat a healthy amount of innings for the Royals, as his 62 starts over the past two seasons tie him for 13th in the league. Toss in his pitcher-friendly home park and relatively weak division and Lyles becomes a viable end-game option in deeper formats despite his rather bland numbers.
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  • Jordan Lyles: Becomes free agent

    The Orioles declined Lyles' $11 million team option for 2023 on Wednesday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports. Lyles will receive a $1 million buyout as part of the Orioles' decision to decline his option, so he'll take home $7 million in total for his lone season in Baltimore. The 32-year-old right-hander wasn't a particularly enticing fantasy asset in 2022 with a 4.42 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 11.9 K-BB%, but he brought value to the Orioles as a competent innings eater, as he covered 179 innings over 32 starts. Baltimore could revisit bringing Lyles back for 2023 at a more team-friendly price, but he might be a candidate to move to the bullpen once the Orioles are ready to clear spots in the rotation for pitching prospects such as Grayson Rodriguez and DL Hall.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Not starting Wednesday

    Lyles isn't scheduled to start either game of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Blue Jays, Roch Kubatko of reports. The 31-year-old's final turn through the rotation lined up for Wednesday, but Mike Baumann and Spenser Watkins will instead start the final two games of the campaign for Baltimore. Lyles has been a solid innings eater for the Orioles this year with a 4.42 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 144:52 K:BB across 179 innings (32 starts), and that's where his numbers will finish for 2022 barring an appearance out of the bullpen.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Fans nine in win

    Lyles (12-11) yielded one run on four hits and a walk over seven innings Friday, striking out nine and earning a win over the Yankees. Lyles was dominant Friday, firing 72 of 106 pitches for strikes including 16 whiffs -- tying his season best. The only damage against him came from Oswaldo Cabrera's solo shot in the fifth frame. Over his last three outings, Lyles has posted a 2.00 ERA with a 15:2 K:BB through 18 frames. He's lined up to make his final start of 2022 next week at home against Toronto.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Starting Friday on short rest

    Lyles is scheduled to start Friday's game against the Yankees, Andy Kostka of The Baltimore Sun reports. A rain delay limited Lyles to just two innings and 37 pitches in his last start Monday, so manager Brandon Hyde decided to give him the ball Friday on short rest. Given the short start his last time out, it's likely Lyles will not face any limitations in Friday's outing.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Limited by rain delay

    Lyles did not factor in the decision against Boston on Monday, pitching two innings and allowing two runs on five hits and one walk. He did not strike out any batters. Lyles got through a scoreless first inning before surrendering two runs on four hits and a walk in the second. A rain delay that lasted nearly two hours soon followed, and Lyles was consequently pulled. It was a disappointing outcome for his fantasy managers after the right-hander recorded his first complete game in 10 years in his previous start, though the Orioles ended up with a win in the high-scoring 14-8 affair. Lyles likely has one more start remaining this season unless Baltimore can overcome a three-and-a-half game deficit and overcome Seattle for a wild-card spot over the waning days of the campaign.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Complete-game win

    Lyles (11-11) earned the win Wednesday, allowing one run on three hits and no walks with six strikeouts over nine innings against the Tigers. Lyles needed just 94 pitches to throw a complete game and earn his 11th win of the season, with the only damage on the night coming from a solo home run off the bat of Kerry Carpenter in the seventh inning. The complete game is Lyles' first of the season and comes as he had surrendered 21 earned runs through 30.2 innings over his previous six starts. He likely next lines up to face Boston next week in what could be a two-start period.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Handed 11th loss

    Lyles (10-11) took the loss Friday, giving up four runs on five hits and a walk over five innings as the Orioles fell 6-3 to the Blue Jays. He struck out five. Two of the hits off the veteran righty left the yard, including a three-run blast by George Springer in the fifth inning that sealed Baltimore's fate. Lyles has been tagged for at least four runs in four of his last six starts, posting a 6.16 ERA, 1.50 WHIP and 24:7 K:BB through 30.2 innings over that stretch, and his late-season fade could end up helping to cost the O's a playoff spot.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Gives up eight runs in rough outing

    Lyles (10-10) took the loss against Boston on Saturday, allowing eight runs on seven hits while striking out one and walking one over 3.2 innings. Lyles failed to make it out of the fourth inning Saturday, giving up eight earned runs across 3.2 frames. He tossed 47 of 77 pitches for strikes in the outing, tallying just one strikeout. This poor outing comes on the heels of back-to-back quality starts for the veteran righty. Eight runs allowed marks a high for Lyles this season, with his previous high being six runs allowed (which he has done three times this season). Lyles will take a 4.62 ERA into his next appearance.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: On track to pitch Saturday

    Lyles (illness) is expected to start Saturday against the Red Sox, Zachary Silver of reports. The 31-year-old's return timeline was murky earlier this week, but he threw a bullpen session Thursday and now appears set to take the mound for Saturday's contest, barring a setback. Lyles was scratched from his previously scheduled start in Monday's doubleheader versus Toronto due to an illness, but it appears his absence will be limited to one turn through the rotation.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Could be back over weekend

    Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said Wednesday that Lyles (illness) could be ready to rejoin the rotation for this weekend's series with Boston, Dan Connolly of The Athletic reports. Just one day earlier, Hyde said that Lyles, who was scratched ahead of his start during Monday's doubleheader with the Blue Jays, was without a clear timeline to return. That notion was seemingly supported by the Orioles announcing three other pitchers as their probable starters this weekend, but Baltimore changed those plans Wednesday, when Spenser Watkins was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk. Watkins' demotion seemingly signals more confidence in the health of Lyles, who is still working through a stomach virus but felt well enough to rejoin the Orioles on Wednesday. Lyles could try to throw again Thursday, and if all goes well, he could be cleared to start Saturday, which had been Watkins' day to pitch.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: No timetable for return

    Lyles (illness) is beginning to feel better, though there is no plan in place for when he will return, Dan Connolly of The Athletic reports. Lyles was a late scratch from the second game of Monday's doubleheader against Toronto after he woke up not feeling 100 percent. Once Lyles gets closer to fully recovering from his illness, the Orioles will determine when he can make his next start. According to Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun, the veteran right-hander isn't listed among the probable starters for this weekend, so his next chance to pitch could come next Tuesday in Washington.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Not starting Game 2

    Lyles (illness) isn't starting the second game of Monday's doubleheader against the Blue Jays, Rich Dubroff of reports. Manager Brandon Hyde said after Monday's matinee that Lyles would start the second game of the twin bill. However, Keegan Akin is warming up with starting catcher Robinson Chirinos ahead of the nightcap, and Akin has ultimately been confirmed as the starting pitcher. Lyles was feeling sick earlier in the day, and it's not yet clear whether he'll be available out of the bullpen for Monday's nightcap or when he'll be able to make his next start.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Good to go for Game 2

    Lyles (illness) will start the second game of Monday's doubleheader with the Blue Jays at Camden Yards, Zachary Silver of reports. Heading into the day, Lyles had been expected to take the hill for the early game, but the Orioles opted to push him back to the second contest of the day after he felt under the weather upon reporting to the ballpark. Lyles evidently showed enough improvement as the afternoon progressed to start the second game, though he could face a quick hook if he shows any signs of fatigue while he's out on the mound.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Feeling sick, expected to start

    Lyles (illness) is expected to start Game 2 of Monday's doubleheader with the Blue Jays, Zachary Silver of reports. Lyles woke up under the weather Monday, forcing the team to push him from starting Game 1 to starting Game 2 of the team's doubleheader with Toronto. Manger Brandon Hyde said he's "fairly confident" that the left-hander will be able to make the start, but his progress before the contest will ultimately decide if he can give it a go.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Pitches into seventh

    Lyles (10-9) earned the win after he pitched 6.2 innings, giving up four hits and three walks while striking out two versus the Guardians on Wednesday. Lyles was electric Wednesday, blanking the Guardians for 6.2 frames while allowing his lowest hit total since July 28. The right-hander has now produced back-to-back quality starts after a rough stretch in the middle of August, allowing one run over 13.2 frames in his last two outings. Lyles now owns a 4.25 ERA and 1.44 WHIP with 123 punchouts over 152.1 innings in 27 starts this year.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Quality start at home

    Lyles did not factor into the decision Thursday, allowing two runs on nine hits over seven innings against the White Sox. He struck out two. The veteran right-hander surrendered his only run on a solo homer by Andrew Vaughn to lead off the game. Lyles has been inconsistent lately, recording a solid 3.27 ERA over 33 innings in his last six starts but allowing four runs in two of those appearances. The 31-year-old has pitched drastically better at home with a 2.94 ERA and four home runs allowed in 70.1 innings, compared to a 5.85 ERA and 16 home runs allowed in 75.1 innings away from Baltimore.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Tagged with four runs

    Lyles yielded four runs on nine hits over four innings Friday against Boston. He struck out five and did not factor in the decision in a Baltimore win. For the second straight outing, Lyles was charged with four runs and failed to complete at least five innings. He coughed up a two-run double to Enrique Hernandez in the second inning followed by two more runs in the third. Lyles' ERA climbed to 4.61 alongside a 119:45 K:BB through 25 starts. Since the start of July, the 31-year-old is 5-2 with a 4.08 ERA. Lyles is lined up to face the White Sox at home next week.
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  • Orioles' Jordan Lyles: Fans nine in loss

    Lyles (9-9) took the loss Sunday in Tampa Bay, allowing four runs on five hits and two walks while striking out nine in 4.1 innings. Lyles is not known as someone to rack up strikeouts, but he punched out a season-high nine batters Sunday, including five in the first two innings. Randy Arozarena knocked a three-run homer to put the Rays on the board in the third, and Lyles was removed in the fifth inning with one out and two on. Since the beginning of July, the 31-year-old has a 3.60 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 44:17 K:BB while allowing nine homers in 50 innings across nine starts. His next start will likely be at the end of the week against Boston.
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