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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 361.511.3 134.3 10 4 1 111 20 3.02 1.02
2021 1757.3 101.3 5 7 94 30 4.80 1.27
3y Avg. 2058.9 95.0 6 5 1 82 23 4.17 1.20
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  • Giants' Ross Stripling: Still working things out

    Stripling has allowed six runs on 13 hits while striking out nine and walking none over 8.1 innings across three Cactus League games. Stripling made his first start of the spring Sunday versus Oakland after appearing as a reliever in his first two outings. Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports Stripling took a comebacker off the glove in Sunday's game, but there's no concern of an injury at this time. The 33-year-old right-hander was effective with a 3.01 ERA, 1.02 WHIP and 111:20 K:BB across 134.1 innings with the Blue Jays a year ago, and he should slot in toward the back of the Giants' rotation this season, though his favorable home park could make him worth a look in deeper fantasy drafts.
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  • Giants' Ross Stripling: Deal with San Fran official

    The Giants announced Tuesday that Stripling signed a two-year, $25 million contract. The deal includes an opt-out after the first year. The Giants seemingly have more starters than they have rotation spots following the recent additions of Stripling and Sean Manaea, but the former does offer previous relief experience, if needed.
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  • Giants' Ross Stripling: Signs two-year deal with Giants

    Stripling signed a two-year, $25 million deal with the Giants on Tuesday, Jeff Passan of reports. The contract contains an opt-out after the first season, though the Giants likely won't complain too much if Stripling pitches well enough to exercise it. The 33-year-old righty produced career bests in ERA (3.01) and WHIP (1.02) and innings (134.1) last season. His 20.7 percent strikeout rate was mediocre, as it's been for the last few seasons, but his 3.7 percent walk rate was third best among pitchers who threw at least as many frames. The risk of a sudden downturn can't be ignored for any pitcher Stripling's age, but he's found himself in an ideal pitchers' park as he looks to repeat last year's success.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: In line for potential Game 3

    Stripling appears to be set to start Game 3 of the AL Wild Card Series against the Mariners on Sunday, if the Blue Jays win Saturday to extend the series, Kaitlyn McGrath of The Athletic reports. Stripling's teammate Alek Manoah indicated that Stripling was the scheduled starter in his post-game comments after Toronto's Game 1 loss Friday, though interim manager John Schneider said the team was still deciding between Stripling and Jose Berrios. Stripling can't match Berrios' reputation or salary, but the former far outplayed the latter by ERA this season, beating him 3.01 to 5.23.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Shuts 'em down for six innings

    Stripling (10-4) earned the win Saturday without allowing a run on four hits over six innings against Boston. He struck out three. Stripling did not allow an extra-base hit in his quality outing against Boston. The righty recently went through a five-start stretch where he allowed six home runs with a 4.45 ERA over 28.1 innings, but he has bounced back by allowing only one run with no homers over his last two outings. The 32-year-old is outstanding at home with a 2.47 ERA over 69.1 innings compared to a 3.60 ERA over 65 innings on the road.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Improves to 9-4

    Stripling (9-4) allowed one run on six hits over five innings Sunday, striking out three and earning a win over Tampa Bay. The only damage against the 6-foot-1 righty was Randy Arozarena's RBI sacrifice fly in the third inning. Stripling is back on track after he was charged with five runs in his last outing. He's now given up three or fewer runs in 11 of his last 12 starts, lowering his season ERA to 3.16 through 128.1 frames. Stripling is expected to make his last start of the regular season at home against Boston.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Unable to earn win

    Stripling allowed five runs on nine hits while striking out three in four innings of an 18-11 win Tuesday in Philadelphia. He did not factor into the decision. Stripling entered the bottom of the fifth inning with the Blue Jays leading 7-1 but was unable to record an out and missed a chance at recording his ninth win. In the fifth, he allowed the first five batters to record hits, including Dalton Guthrie's first big-league blast, before being replaced. The poor showing ended a streak of 13 starts that Stripling did not allow more than three earned runs. He's allowed six home runs in his last five starts after allowing just two long balls in his previous eight starts.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Sleeper pitchers for Week 25 (Sept. 19-25)

    Stripling boasts an ERA below 3.00 and a WHIP below 1.00, and volume is no longer an issue given that he has six straight quality starts. He's at the point where it doesn't make sense to sit him when he's going twice.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Quality start in win

    Stripling (8-4) earned the win Wednesday, allowing one run on three hits and one walk with four strikeouts over 6.1 innings against the Rays. The only damage on the night for Stripling came via a solo shot off the bat of Harold Ramirez to lead off the seventh inning. Otherwise, Stripling was effective, as he recorded his sixth straight quality start and got his ERA back under 3.00. With four strikeouts Wednesday, he has 102 on the season through 119 innings. Stripling tentatively lines up to face Philadelphia in his next start.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Another quality start Friday

    Striping didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 4-3 win over the Rangers, allowing two runs on three hits over six innings. He struck out four without walking a batter. The right-hander was sharp aside from serving up Josh Jung's first career home run. Stripling exited the game after an efficient 68 pitches (48 strikes) in line for his eighth win before the bullpen coughed up the lead in the eighth inning. He's reeled off five straight quality starts since rejoining the rotation in mid-August, posting a 2.67 ERA, 0.76 WHIP and 31:4 K:BB through 30.1 innings over that stretch.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Earns seventh win

    Stripling (7-4) allowed three runs on two hits and three walks while striking out eight in six innings to earn the win over the Pirates on Sunday. Stripling has bounced back since returning from the injured list in mid-August, posting quality starts in each of his last four outings. He's picked up two wins across that span, and his eight strikeouts Sunday marked his highest total of the season. Since returning to action, the right-hander has posted a 2.59 ERA in 24.1 innings over four outings. He projects to make his next start on the road against Texas next weekend.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Sleeper pitchers for Week 23 (Sept. 5-11)

    The Rangers aren't such a favorable matchup for opposing pitchers anymore, but they're also not reason enough to back off Stripling after three consecutive quality starts. He's fine if you have a hole to fill.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Sunday's outing, though marred by a couple home runs, nonetheless marked Stripling's third consecutive quality start. It equals the number he had in his first 15 starts, all prior to his recent IL stint for a strained hip. Uncommon efficiency is partly to credit -- the most pitches he's needed in any of the three starts is 86 -- but the further removed he is from injury, the more equipped he is to go deeper now that the Blue Jays have shown a willingness to have him do so. The control is excellent, but the amount of contact does give reason for pause. Still, with the Pirates teed up for his next turn, you can just enjoy the ride for now.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Sleeper pitchers for Week 22 (Aug. 29-Sept. 4)

    Most of Stripling's 2.94 ERA was compiled over abbreviated starts, but he's been pitching deep enough lately to be taken seriously. And of course, anyone who's scheduled to face the Pirates needs to be taken seriously.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Suffers loss despite quality start

    Stripling (6-4) took the loss Sunday, allowing three runs on seven hits over six innings against the Angels. He struck out six and did not walk a batter. All the damage came via the long ball as Stripling surrendered a two-run shot off the bat of Luis Rengifo in the third inning and a solo homer to Kurt Suzuki in the fourth. The 32-year-old was able to finish six innings despite the home runs en route to his third consecutive quality start. He has had a career year as his 2.94 ERA would be the best of his seven-year career. He next lines up to face Pittsburgh next weekend.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Cruises to sixth win

    Stripling (6-3) picked up the win in Tuesday's 9-3 victory over the Red Sox, allowing one run on six hits and a walk over six innings. He struck out six. Boston got on the board first in the bottom of the second inning, but Toronto erased the deficit and then some with an eight-run eruption in the top of the third, and Stripling didn't allow a runner to get past second base from there. The right-hander has delivered back-to-back quality starts since returning from an IL stint that cost him the first half of August, and in 12 trips to the mound since rejoining the rotation in early June, he sports a sparkling 2.14 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 51:8 K:BB through 63 innings.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Sleeper pitchers for Week 21 (Aug. 22-28)

    Stripling took a no-hitter into the seventh inning in his first start back from a hip strain Wednesday and boasts a 2.93 ERA on the year. Going deep into games has been a consistent problem for him, but it's mitigated by his two starts this week, including one against the Angels.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Nearly perfect in return

    Striping didn't factor into the decision in Wednesday's 6-1 win over the Orioles, allowing only one hit over 6.1 scoreless innings while striking out seven without walking a batter. The right-hander was absolutely dazzling in his return to the mound from a hip issue that had sidelined him for a couple weeks, and Stripling took a perfect game into the seventh inning before Cedric Mullins rapped out a leadoff single. Stripling exited after an incredibly efficient 72 pitches (52), but Austin Voth matched him goose egg for goose egg, and the Blue Jays offense didn't break through until the bottom of the seventh. The quality start was Stripling's fourth of the year, and he'll take a 2.93 ERA, 1.03 WHIP and 74:15 K:BB through 89 innings into his next outing.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Reinstated prior to start

    Stripling (hip) was reinstated from the 15-day injured list ahead of Wednesday's start against the Orioles. Stripling was on the injured list since Aug. 3 due to a right glute/hip strain but made a rehab appearance at Triple-A Buffalo last week and struck out three in five scoreless innings. The right-hander will return after a minimal IL stint as Wednesday's starter at home against the Orioles.
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  • Blue Jays' Ross Stripling: Tabbed to start Wednesday

    Stripling (hip) will be activated from the 15-day injured list to start Wednesday against the Guardians, Ben Nicholson-Smith of reports. Stripling delivered five scoreless frames during his rehab start with Triple-A Buffalo on Friday, and he'll remain on a five-day pitching schedule and rejoin Toronto's rotation in Wednesday's series finale versus Baltimore. The 32-year-old landed on the shelf at the end of July with a hip strain, and he may only have minor workload limitations in his first start back from the IL.
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