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Sep 27, 2023 1.2 2 1 5.40 10
Sep 18, 2023 3.0 1 1 5.67 1
Sep 13, 2023 4.0 1 1 5.34 0.5
Sep 8, 2023 5.0 1 1 4.78 11
Sep 2, 2023 3.1 1 1 5.06

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 50.55.6 35.0 2 1 21 15 5.40 1.54
2022 -7.5-0.5 60.7 2 9 45 31 9.20 2.06
2021 228.57.1 162.0 9 9 95 59 5.28 1.53
3y Avg. 131.56.9 95.3 6 7 61 36 5.38 1.55
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Shifting to relief role

    Manager Rocco Baldelli said Saturday that Keuchel isn't in line to make another start and has been moved to the bullpen, Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Keuchel made his sixth start of the season Wednesday, giving up four runs on six hits and three walks over four innings in a no-decision against the Rays. With the veteran southpaw now sporting a 5.34 ERA and 1.52 WHIP through 30.1 innings with the big club this season, he'll cede his spot in the rotation to Bailey Ober, who will stick around in a starting role after limiting the White Sox to two runs over five innings Friday against the White Sox after being recalled from Triple-A St. Paul. Keuchel could be available to make his first appearance out of the bullpen as soon as Sunday.
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Lasts just four innings

    Keuchel did not factor into the decision Wednesday, allowing four runs on six hits and three walks over four innings against the Rays. He struck out three. Most of the damage against Keuchel came in the second inning when the lefty allowed a leadoff triple to Curtis Mead to open the frame. The veteran would only make it through four innings while issuing multiple walks for the fifth time in seven starts this season. Keuchel had allowed two earned runs or fewer in three of his last four starts coming in, though he's now been hit with no-decisions in each of his last four outings.
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Fans six in no-decision

    Keuchel did not factor in the decision Friday, allowing two runs on three hits and two walks over five innings during the Twins' win over the Mets. He struck out six. Keuchel rebounded well after being tagged for five runs by the Rangers in his last outing. The only damage against him Friday came from Francisco Lindor's two-run double in the fourth inning. Keuchel set a season high with six punchouts and now owns a 14:9 K:BB and a 4.78 ERA through 26.1 MLB frames. He's lined up to face the Rays at home next week.
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Hit hard by Texas

    Keuchel allowed five runs on five hits and one walk while striking out two batters over 3.1 innings in a no-decision against the Rangers on Saturday. Four of the five hits given up by Keuchel went for extra bases, including two-run homers by Adolis Garcia and Sam Huff. The veteran southpaw came into the contest having pitched 18 innings without surrendering a long ball on the season. Keuchel got the start after working in a piggyback role his last time out, but it's uncertain if he'll remain in the rotation moving forward. He's posted a 5.06 ERA, 1.50 WHIP and 8:7 K:BB across 21.1 frames on the campaign.
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Rejoining rotation

    Keuchel will re-enter the Minnesota rotation after Bailey Ober was optioned to Triple-A St. Paul on Monday, Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports. Ober has struggled in the second half and the Twins have sent him down to the minors both for performance- and workload-related reasons. With Ober out of the picture, Keuchel -- who hasn't allowed a run in his last two appearances (one start) -- will get a longer look as the Twins' No. 5 starter. The veteran left-hander is tentatively lined up to start Sunday in Arlington against the Rangers.
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Role uncertain with Ryan returning

    Keuchel isn't scheduled to start either of the Twins' final two games with the Rangers this weekend but could be available out of the bullpen, Bobby Nightengale of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. "There are a few different scenarios, but not really any one scenario that I'm going to sit here and announce because, frankly, I am not 100 percent sure," manager Rocco Baldelli said of Keuchel's role moving forward. The Twins will welcome Joe Ryan (groin) back from the 15-day injured list to start Saturday's game, bringing the Minnesota rotation back to full strength. After getting called up from Triple-A St. Paul earlier this month, Keuchel was expected to have only a short-term stay with the club, but he made a case for the Twins keeping him around as part of a six-man rotation. Though Keuchel failed to escape the second inning in his second start with the Twins on Aug. 11 in Philadelphia, he rebounded nicely his last time out this past Sunday versus the Pirates, carrying a perfect game through 6.1 innings while striking out three. Keuchel said that he's been throwing shorter bullpen sessions to stay prepared for a potential move to a relief role, but if he ends up going unused behind Ryan on Saturday or Bailey Ober on Sunday, it could be an indication the Twins plan to have him make a start during next week's series with the Guardians.
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Carries perfecto into seventh

    Keuchel (1-1) earned the win Sunday, allowing one hit and zero walks over 6.1 scoreless innings in a 2-0 victory over the Pirates. He struck out three. Keuchel had not allowed a baserunner through six, then was removed with one out in the seventh after Bryan Reynolds broke up the perfect game with a double. Keuchel, making just his third start for the Twins since initially inking a minor-league deal in June, threw a season-high 85 pitches and recorded his first three strikeouts of the campaign. Prior to joining the Twins, Keuchel had recorded a 1.13 ERA over 32 innings in Triple-A, hinting that the 2015 Cy Young award winner may still have something to offer. He'll face a much stiffer test in his next projected start during a weekend series at home against the Rangers.
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Pushed back to Sunday

    Keuchel's next start for the Twins will come Sunday against the Pirates, Aaron Gleeman of The Athletic reports. Keuchel will get another start after being roughed up by the Phillies his last time out, but he'll be pitching on eight days' rest as the Twins take advantage of off days to push him back. Joe Ryan (groin) is slated for a rehab start this weekend, so it's possible this will be Keuchel's last chance to show he should stick around.
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Chased early by Phils

    Keuchel (0-1) took the loss Friday, coughing up six runs on six hits and two walks over 1.2 innings in a 13-2 rout at the hands of the Phillies. He failed to strike out a batter. After a promising first start for the Twins, Keuchel reverted back to being the pitcher who posted a 9.20 ERA in 60.1 innings last season. The 35-year-old southpaw managed to escape the first inning unscathed thanks to a double play, but the first five Phillies to come to the plate in the second reached base, including back-to-back doubles by Nick Castellanos and Bryson Stott to lead off the frame. Minnesota is hoping to get Joe Ryan (groin) back soon and the team has off days coming up Monday and Thursday which would allow it to go with a four-man rotation. If Keuchel does make another start, it would likely come at home next weekend against the Pirates.
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Rewarded with another start

    Keuchel is scheduled to start Friday's game in Philadelphia. The veteran southpaw will get at least one more turn through the Twins rotation while Joe Ryan (groin) remains on the 15-day injured list. In his Twins debut last Sunday versus the Diamondbacks, Keuchel failed to strike out a batter over five innings, but he allowed just one run on eight hits and two walks.
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Gives up just one run

    Keuchel allowed one run on eight hits and two walks and did not strike out a batter in five innings of work Sunday against the Diamondbacks. He did not factor into the decision. The eight hits were a lot, but Keuchel managed to give up just one extra-base knock, which was a Carson Kelly double to lead off the fifth. The Diamondbacks would end up scoring that inning before Keuchel's day was over after 74 pitches. The 34-year-old doesn't miss many bats, but his ability to induce weak contact should keep him around so long as Joe Ryan (groin) is out. Keuchel tentatively lines up to face the Phillies on the road in his next start.
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Lined up to start Sunday

    Keuchel will make his Twins debut in a start Sunday versus the Diamondbacks, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports. Keuchel could get a long look in the Minnesota rotation as Joe Ryan spends at least a few weeks on the IL while recovering from a lingering groin strain. It's hard to know what to expect from Keuchel as a fantasy streaming option, but the veteran left-hander had pitched to an impressive 1.13 ERA with 28 strikeouts across 32 innings (six starts) for Triple-A St. Paul since inking a minor-league contract with the Twins on June 22.
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Selected to MLB roster

    The Twins selected Keuchel's contract from Triple-A St. Paul on Thursday, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports. Keuchel exercised the opt-out in his minor-league contract with Minnesota on Tuesday, but the Twins suddenly need him as a replacement for Joe Ryan, who has landed on the 15-day injured list because of a groin strain. Keuchel, 35, had registered a stellar 1.13 ERA in 32 innings (six starts) with St. Paul and is back in the majors for the first time since September of 2022.
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  • Dallas Keuchel: Opts out of deal

    Keuchel opted out of his contract with the Twins on Tuesday, Britt Ghiroli of The Athletic reports. Keuchel signed a minor-league deal with the Twins in late June, and he will now enter the open market after failing to receive a promotion to the majors. The 35-year-old southpaw put up a 1.13 ERA and 1.25 WHIP through 32 innings over six starts with Triple-A St. Paul.
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Opt-out date looming

    Keuchel has the ability to opt out of his minor-league contract with the Twins on Friday, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports. Keuchel has collected a 0.90 ERA with 17 strikeouts over 20 innings since joining the Twins' Triple-A affiliate in St. Paul. The Twins have not yet offered any hints as to whether he could be promoted soon, though. Keuchel, 35, holds a 6.35 ERA at the major-league level over the previous two seasons.
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  • Twins' Dallas Keuchel: Gets minors deal from Twins

    Keuchel signed a minor-league deal with the Twins on Thursday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports. The veteran southpaw has not pitched since Sept. 2, 2022 as a member of the Rangers. He had an effective pandemic year in 2020, but Keuchel sports a 6.35 ERA over 222.2 innings since 2021. It's possible the Twins will turn to him later this summer as a depth starter if he is pitching well in the minors.
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  • Dallas Keuchel: Parts ways with Texas

    The Rangers released Keuchel on Sunday. His release became official shortly after the Rangers designated him for assignment earlier Sunday. Keuchel has now been cut three times this season after posting a collective 9.20 ERA and 2.06 WHIP in 60.2 innings across 14 starts with the White Sox, Diamondbacks and Rangers. At this stage of the season, the 34-year-old lefty is unlikely to catch on elsewhere, and he'll have to settle for a minor-league deal this offseason if he intends to keep his career going in 2023.
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  • Rangers' Dallas Keuchel: DFA'd by Texas

    Keuchel was designated for assignment by the Rangers on Sunday. Keuchel signed a minor-league deal with the Rangers in late July and was added to the big-league rotation a month later, and he surrendered 14 earned runs over 10 innings between his two starts. It's the same story with a different team for the veteran left-hander, who has also been DFA'd by the White Sox and Diamondbacks this season. Overall Keuchel has a 9.20 ERA, 2.06 WHIP and 45:31 K:BB across 14 starts this year, and he is unlikely to return to a big-league mound during the final month of the campaign.
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  • Rangers' Dallas Keuchel: Crushed again

    Keuchel (2-9) allowed seven runs on seven hits and three walks over 4.2 innings Friday, striking out six and taking a loss against Boston. Keuchel gave up just one run through three innings before the Red Sox tacked on three in the fourth and three more in the fifth. The veteran southpaw has been tagged with 14 runs through 10 innings since joining the Rangers, and his season ERA has jumped to 9.20 through 14 starts. He's projected to start in Houston next week, though it's unclear if he'll get another turn in the rotation.
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  • Rangers' Dallas Keuchel: Getting another start

    Keuchel is scheduled to start Thursday's series opener in Boston, Levi Weaver of The Athletic reports. Keuchel's status as a two-time All-Star and former Cy Young Award winner may be the primary reason the 34-year-old southpaw is still receiving MLB starts at this stage of his career, as he's shown little over the past two years to suggests he's worthy of a spot in a big-league rotation. Between stops with the White Sox, Diamondbacks and Rangers this season, Keuchel has produced an 8.84 ERA and 2.05 WHIP across 13 starts spanning 56 innings. An ugly showing against the Red Sox might be enough for the Rangers to pull the plug on Keuchel and turn to another pitcher to eat innings at the back end of the rotation.
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