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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 27814.6 102.0 7 3 112 30 3.18 1.00
2021 256.3 6.0 1 8 1 0.00 0.50
3y Avg. 10413 36.0 3 1 40 10 3.00 0.97
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Could miss 3-to-4 starts

    Severino (lat) said Sunday that he'll resume throwing when pain-free and could miss as few as three or four starts to open the season, Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record reports. The 29-year-old's initial shutdown period is expected to be about a week, after which it should become clearer whether or not he'll require a lengthier absence. Severino dealt with a similar injury last year that sidelined him for two months, but the right-hander noted that the current injury isn't in the same location as the previous one.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Dealing with low-grade lat strain

    Severino is dealing with a low-grade lat strain, likely sending him to the injured list to open the season, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports. The Yankees are hopeful that the injury won't become a long-term problem, but its timing means that Severino is very likely to miss at least a couple starts. Per Brendan Kuty of The Athletic, Severino isn't expected to throw for at least five-to-seven days, so it may take some time to know just how long he's likely to be out. The righty also dealt with a lat strain last season, which kept him out from mid-July through late September despite originally carrying the same "low-grade" descriptor. Jhony Brito could step into the rotation in his place, with Clarke Schmidt and Domingo German already earning jobs due to injuries to Carlos Rodon (forearm) and Frankie Montas (shoulder).
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Won't make final spring start

    Severino has been scratched from his scheduled Grapefruit League start Sunday, but the reason has not yet been disclosed, Max Goodman of NJ Advance Media reports. Severino has struggled at times this spring, giving up 15 earned runs and six home runs across 15 innings. However, he's stated that he feels healthy and has struck out 23 batters -- including nine in four innings in his most recent outing -- so it's unclear if he's battling an injury. Severino has dealt with various arm issues over the past several seasons, so there's reason for New York to be cautious if he's feeling any sort of discomfort, but the team has not yet discussed the decision to pull him from what was scheduled to be his final appearance of the spring. As such, there's no indication yet as to whether Severino will need to miss any starts to begin the campaign.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Fans nine in latest start

    Severino tossed four innings in a Grapefruit League game against Detroit on Tuesday, allowing two runs on four hits and one walk while striking out nine batters. Severino gave up another long ball -- his sixth in 15 spring frames -- during the outing, but he also racked up nine punchouts. Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Severino had the "best breaking ball and slider he's had all spring," per Bryan Hoch of, so the right-hander may be close to ready for the regular season. Severino is expected to work as New York's fourth starter during the coming campaign.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Serves up two more homers

    Severino tossed four innings against Detroit in a Grapefruit League game Friday, allowing two runs on four hits and no walks while striking out three batters. Both runs against Severino came via the long ball, as Eric Haase tagged him for a solo shot in the second inning before Kerry Carpenter hit another solo blast in the third. Severino has now given up five home runs and nine runs total over 8.2 innings this spring, though he's also posted a solid 10:2 K:BB. The right-hander was able to stretch out to 54 pitches Friday and provided a positive perspective on the outing. "I feel healthy out there," he said after the start, per Dick Scanlon of After being limited to just seven appearances between 2019 and 2021, Severino started 19 games for New York last season, and he heads into the 2023 campaign expected to carry few, if any, restrictions.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Lit up in spring debut

    Severino pitched two-plus innings in a Grapefruit League game against Detroit on Monday, allowing four runs on three hits and one walk while striking out one batter. Severino got tagged for three runs in the first inning, two of which came on an Eric Haase home run. He then pitched a 1-2-3 second frame before walking Akil Baddoo to start the third, and Severino was charged with another run when Baddoo came around to score following the hurler's exit. It was far from an inspiring outing for Severino, though it would be unwise to read too much into a poor outing at the start of spring training. On a positive note, the fact that the right-hander was able to throw 45 pitches (30 of which were strikes) this early in the exhibition slate suggests that he is fully healthy entering 2023 after being limited by injuries in each of his previous four campaigns.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Praised for offseason conditioning

    Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Saturday that Severino is already in "elite shape" at the start of camp, James O'Connell of the New York Daily News reports. Severino's health remains a big question mark for the Yankees, as the right-hander has pitched in only 26 games since 2018. He was excellent in the 19 regular-season starts he made last season, posting a 3.18 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 112:30 K:BB over 102 innings, but a lat injury cost him two months of the campaign. However, he's now further removed from his 2020 Tommy John surgery and should be able to pitch with few (if any) restrictions this season, assuming he stays healthy. Fantasy managers can't ignore Severino's lengthy injury history when deciding where to draft him, but given his electric arsenal and past successes, it's certainly feasible for him to rank as a top-15 starting pitcher by season's end.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Yankees picking up option

    GM Brian Cashman said Friday the Yankees will exercise Severino's $15 million club option for 2023, Jack Curry of YES Network reports. Severino had covered only 18 innings from 2019 to 2021 due to Tommy John surgery, but he returned to New York's rotation last season and posted a 3.18 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 112:30 K:BB across 102 innings (19 starts). The right-hander missed two months with a lat injury but was reliable when healthy, so it's not a major surprise to see the Yankees picking up the option.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Takes loss in Game 2

    Severino tossed 5.1 innings and took the loss Thursday during Game 2 of the ALCS, allowing three runs on five hits and one walk while striking out six. A devastating three-run homer by Alex Bregman with two outs in the third was enough for the Astros to win Game 2 in Houston. Severino was able to battle the tough Houston lineup all night, but the one mistake to Bregman put a damper on his performance. He managed to work into the sixth but was pulled for Jonathan Loaisiga after a one-out single by Kyle Tucker. The 28-year-old has now surrendered six runs in 11 innings during the postseason while striking out 12.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Fires seven no-hit innings

    Severino (7-3) got the win after he tossed seven no-hit innings, allowing one walk while striking out seven batters in Monday's win over the Rangers. Severino was in full command Monday, keeping the Rangers out of the hit column for seven frames. The only baserunner he allowed in the contest came from a third-inning walk to Josh Smith. Severino has now produced a 1.69 ERA and 0.63 WHIP with 17 strikeouts over 17 innings in three starts since returning from the 60-day injured list Sept. 21. If he makes another start this season, it will come in the playoffs.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Early exit in no-decision

    Severino didn't factor into the decision in Monday's 3-2 extra-inning loss to the Blue Jays, allowing two runs on three hits and three walks over four innings. He struck out four. The right-hander ran up his pitch count and left the game after 76 pitches (49 strikes) in his second start since coming off the IL. Severino's workload was encouraging, even if his efficiency wasn't, and he figures to be fully stretched out for his final start of the regular season this weekend against the Orioles. Since returning to action, Severino has a 3.00 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 10:4 K:BB through nine innings.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Five innings in win

    Severino (6-3) earned the win Wednesday, allowing one run on two hits and one walk over five innings with six strikeouts against the Pirates. Severino looked good in his return from the injured list , as he had little trouble with the Pittsburgh lineup. He needed just 64 pitches to hold the opposition to three baserunners through five innings. The Yankees were up 6-1 when manager Aaron Boone took Severino out of the game, so it is possible they would have let him go longer if the game were more competitive. He is tentatively scheduled to face off against Toronto next week in what could be a two-start period for him.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Activated prior to start

    Severino (lat) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list ahead of Wednesday's start against the Pirates. Severino sustained a right lat strain in mid-July but recently made three minor-league starts during a rehab assignment and posted a 3.48 ERA and 0.97 WHIP in 10.1 innings. The right-hander tossed just 57 pitches in 4.1 innings during his most recent rehab start, so it wouldn't be surprising to see him on a pitch count Wednesday.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Returning from IL on Wednesday

    Yankees manager Aaron Boone confirmed over the weekend that Severino (lat) will return from the 60-day injured list to start Wednesday's home game against the Pirates, Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News reports. Severino, who has been on the IL since mid-July with a right lat strain, will get the green light to rejoin the rotation following a three-start rehab assignment. In his most recent outing Thursday at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Severino struck out six over 4.1 innings while allowing two runs on four hits and one walk. The 28-year-old tossed 57 pitches in that rehab start, so the Yankees could keep him around the 70-to-80-pitch range when he steps back into the big-league rotation this week.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Next rehab start coming Thursday

    Severino (lat) will make another rehab start Thursday, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports. Severino tossed 45 pitches during a rehab appearance at Double-A Somerset on Wednesday, and he'll have another minor-league outing late next week. Assuming he feels good afterward, the Yankees hope that Severino will be activated Sept. 21, when the team takes on the Pirates at home.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Could require another rehab start

    Severino (lat) said Saturday that he could require another rehab start prior to rejoining the Yankees, Marly Rivera of reports. Severino has been effective over two outings at Double-A Somerset, posting a 3.00 ERA and 0.83 WHIP in six innings. While he recently expressed optimism that he'd be activated sometime this week, he could ultimately require at least one more minor-league appearance. However, the team will monitor him in the coming days to determine the next steps in his recovery. The right-hander threw just 45 pitches during his most recent outing, so another rehab appearance would likely allow him to increase his pitch count prior to returning from the injured list.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Could return next week

    Severino (lat) is eligible to return from the injured list Sunday and could be activated for the Yankees' two-game series against Boston that begins Sept. 13, per Severino made his second rehab start with Double-A Somerset on Wednesday, pitching four innings and allowing two runs on four hits with four strikeouts over four innings. The right-hander threw 45 pitches (35 for strikes) and touched 99 mph on the radar gun, per Dom Amore of the Hartford Courant. General manager Brian Cashman has indicated the goal of having Severino get in five big-league starts before the postseason, and having him activated next week would fit in with that timeframe.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Next rehab start coming Wednesday

    Severino (lat) is scheduled to make his next rehab start Wednesday with Double-A Somerset, Greg Joyce of the New York Post reports. Severino was cleared to begin a rehab assignment Thursday at Single-A Tampa and looked sharp over two scoreless innings, striking out three while allowing one hit and no walks. According to Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record, the Yankees are anticipating that Severino will be ready to rejoin the big-league rotation following Wednesday's rehab start, though he could be capped around 70 pitches in his first outing back from the 60-day injured list. Unless the Yankees elect to expand their rotation to six men, Severino's potential return from the IL next week would likely result in Domingo German moving to the bullpen.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Looks good in rehab outing

    Severino (lat) tossed two scoreless innings in a rehab appearance with Single-A Tampa on Friday, allowing one hit and no walks while striking out three batters. This was Severino's first game action since he completed two innings for the Yankees against Cincinnati on July 13. The right-hander threw 16 of 22 pitches for strikes while dealing with rainy weather that ultimately caused the game to be suspended. Severino will need to build up to a higher pitch count before he's able to return to the Yankees, but he's expected to be back with the big club as soon as mid-September.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Poised for first rehab start Friday

    Severino (lat) is expected to make his first minor-league rehab start Friday, reports. Severino was able to throw a pair of live batting practice sessions last week with no renewed discomfort in his strained right lat, so he should be ready for game action Friday if he makes it through a bullpen session unscathed in the next couple of days. Yankees general manager Brian Cashman has said that he plans on having Severino make about five starts before the postseason, so the right-hander looks like he's on track to return from the 60-day injured list around the time he's first eligible for activation in mid-September.
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