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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 518.516.2 205.0 11 13 235 29 3.25 0.96
2021 398.512.5 180.7 9 9 223 39 4.63 1.13
3y Avg. 366.514.7 152.3 8 9 185 30 3.78 1.04
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Engaged in extension talks

    Nola and the Phillies have begun negotiations on a potential long-term contract extension, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. Nola is locked in at a $16 million salary for 2023, but he's currently scheduled to reach free agency once this year's postseason concludes. Gelb writes that there "appears to be momentum for an agreement sometime this spring" and notes that Nola reiterated Friday that his desire is to remain with Philadelphia for the foreseeable future. The 29-year-old right-hander registered a stellar 3.25 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and 235:29 K:BB across 205 regular-season innings (32 starts) last year for the NL champs.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Option for '23 picked up

    The Phillies exercised Nola's $16 million team option for 2023 on Monday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports. Nola has held up to his end of the bargain and then some since signing a four-year, $45 million extension with the Phillies in March 2019, with the 16.1 WAR he's accumulated over that four-season stretch placing him sixth among all MLB pitchers. The 29-year-old right-hander will once again be back with the Phillies at a team-friendly rate in 2023 before he hits free agency for the first time next winter. The Phillies could look to negotiate with Nola on a long-term deal in the months to come to ensure he doesn't make it to the open market next offseason.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Takes loss in Game 4

    Nola pitched four innings and took the loss during Wednesday's 5-0 loss to the Astros in Game 4 of the World Series, allowing three runs on seven hits and zero walks while striking out four. Nola was outdueled by Astros starter Cristian Javier, who kept the Phillies hitless through six innings. The 29-year-old Nola allowed three singles in a row before being removed in the fifth inning, and the bullpen was not able to help him out. Jose Alvarado hit the first batter he faced and then surrendered a two-run double to Alex Bregman in what eventually became a five-run fifth inning. After two starts of six innings and zero earned runs for his first two postseason starts, Nola has now allowed at least three runs in the last three appearances while failing to get through five innings each time. He is 2-2 with a 5.36 ERA across 15.2 innings in the postseason.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Tagged for five runs in Game 1

    Nola pitched 4.1 innings and did not factor into the decision during Friday night's Game 1 of the World Series, allowing five runs on six hits and two walks while striking out five in the 6-5 win over the Astros. Nola fell victim to a stellar performance by Kyle Tucker, who tagged him for two home runs and four RBI. Other than Tucker, the Astros were just 4-for-16 with two walks against the 29-year-old righty. Nola was able to settle down after the three-run homer in the third inning made the score 5-0, retiring the next six batters and giving the Phillies a chance to make a comeback. Although the Phillies were able to come away with the win, Nola has now given up six runs and failed to reach the sixth inning in back-to-back starts.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Tagged for six runs in loss

    Nola took the loss Wednesday afternoon after 4.2 innings of work, surrendering six runs on seven hits and zero walks while striking out six during the 8-5 defeat to the Padres in Game 2 of the NLCS. Nola's offense gave him a 4-0 lead to work with, but a two-run second inning followed by four more runs in the fifth proved enough to knock him out of the game. Nola had gone three straight starts with six innings of scoreless work, but the Padres were able to pile on hits in bunches against the 29-year-old righty. In his lone start against the Padres during the regular season, Nola delivered a one-run, 10-strikeout performance over seven innings, but the new-look Padres offense gave him problems in Game 2. Nola's postseason ERA jumped from 0.00 to 3.16, but he does have 18 strikeouts across 17.1 innings.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Perfection spoiled in seventh

    Nola (11-13) earned the win against the Astros on Monday, allowing no runs on two hits and no walks with nine strikeouts over 6.2 innings. After retiring the first 20 batters of the game, Nola allowed back-to-back singles to Yordan Alvarez and David Hensley with two out in the seventh inning. Interim manager Rob Thomson then pulled Nola with 88 pitches in favor of the L/L matchup between Kyle Tucker and reliever Jose Alvarado, who won the matchup with a punchout to position Nola to earn his 11th victory. Nola closes the regular season currently fourth in the majors with 235 strikeouts to go along with a 3.25 ERA through 205 innings.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Takes 13th loss

    Nola (10-13) took the loss Wednesday, allowing four runs on five hits over six innings against the Cubs. He struck out eight. Nola cruised through the first four innings, striking out six while allowing just one hit. However, things unraveled for him in the fifth after he allowed back-to-back singles to Nico Hoerner and Patrick Wisdom to begin the inning and then hit Alfonso Rivas with a pitch two batters later. Christopher Morel would then add a three-run shot to top off a four-run inning on Nola, who came in having allowed just one home run this month. The right-hander has now lost three of his last four decisions. He is projected to take on the Astros in Houston in his next start.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Cruises to 10th win

    Nola (10-12) picked up the win in Friday's 9-1 rout of Atlanta, allowing four hits and three walks over six scoreless innings. He struck out eight. The Phillies staked the right-hander to a 4-0 lead after two innings, and Nola had little difficulty recording his 17th quality start of the season. He generated 17 swinging strikes on 104 pitches, and the 29-year-old has now won double-digit games while striking out 200-plus batters for the third time in his career, but the first since 2019.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Goes seven innings in loss

    Nola (9-12) allowed four runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out eight over seven innings, taking the loss Saturday versus Atlanta. Nola didn't receive enough run support, and he was troubled by Ronald Acuna, who tagged him for a two-run home run and a two-run double in the third and fourth innings. Nola's inconsistency continued -- he's given up four or more runs in three of his last six outings, and one or fewer in the other three starts in that span. The 29-year-old right-hander now has a 3.38 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 210:26 K:BB through 186.1 innings through 29 starts. He'll look to get on track again in a rematch with Atlanta at home next weekend.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Tosses two innings

    Nola yielded two hits over two scoreless innings against Washington on Sunday. He struck out two and did not factor in the decision. Nola threw 44 pitches before the game went into a lengthy rain delay that ended his outing. The 29-year-old righty lowered his ERA to 3.31 with a stellar 202:24 K:BB through 179.1 frames. He's given up fewer than two runs in six of his last eight starts but was tagged with 13 runs in the other two. Nola is projected to start in Atlanta next weekend.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Reaches 200 Ks

    Nola didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Marlins, allowing one run on four hits and two walks over 6.2 innings. He struck out 10. The right-hander delivered his 16th quality start of the season and his fifth outing with double-digit strikeouts, generating 16 swinging strikes among his 97 pitches. Nola also reached the 200-K plateau for the fourth straight full season, and only Hall of Famer Steve Carlton has more such seasons in a Phillies uniform. Nola will take a 3.35 ERA and 0.97 WHIP into his next start.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Lit up in loss

    Nola (9-11) gave up eight runs on 10 hits and a hit batsman while striking out five over four innings, taking the loss Tuesday versus the Diamondbacks. Nola allowed a five-run rally in the second inning and a three-run home run to Jake McCarthy in the fourth. Over his last four starts, Nola has alternated between brilliance and disaster. Tuesday's start was his worst of the season, coming just one turn after a complete-game shutout versus the Reds in his previous outing. Despite the inconsistency, the right-hander has a 3.43 ERA, 0.97 WHIP and 190:22 K:BB through 170.2 innings across 26 starts this year. He'll look to bounce back next week in a projected home start versus the Marlins.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Complete game shutout

    Nola (9-10) earned the win Thursday, allowing zero runs on five hits over nine innings against the Reds. He struck out 11. Nola allowed only one extra-base hit in his stellar performance - a double off the bat of outfielder TJ Friedl. The righty has turned in an outstanding August, boasting a 2.25 ERA in 28 innings over four starts. The 29-year-old is far better away from Philadelphia with a 2.13 ERA and four home runs allowed in 84.1 innings compared to a 4.04 ERA and 12 home runs allowed in 82.1 innings at home.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Fans nine in 10th loss

    Nola (8-10) took the loss Friday, giving up five runs on eight hits and a walk over five innings as the Phillies fell 7-2 to the Mets. He struck out nine. The strikeouts salvaged some fantasy value for Nola, but the right-hander saw his quality start streak end at three as the Mets hit him hard, with half of the eight hits off Nola going for extra bases including a Pete Alonso two-run blast in the third inning. Since the beginning of July, Nola's fate has been determined by whether he can keep the ball in the park. In the five outings during which he didn't serve up a homer, he has five quality starts with a 1.50 ERA, 0.89 WHIP and 34:6 K:BB through 36 innings. In the three starts in which he was taken deep, he stumbled to a 7.50 ERA and 1.33 WHIP despite a 23:2 K:BB through 18 frames.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Earns win in quality start

    Nola (8-8) allowed one run on five hits and two walks over six innings Sunday, striking out five and picking up a win against Washington. Aside from Cesar Hernandez's RBI single in the fifth inning, Nola kept the Nationals' lineup pretty quiet in Sunday's easy victory. It was his second straight start allowing just one run after giving up five runs in two of his previous three outings. The veteran righty is now sporting a 3.17 ERA with a stellar 157:20 K:BB through 22 starts. Nola is expected to face the Mets on the road next.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Punches out eight in win

    Nola (7-8) allowed one run on six hits and a walk over six innings Sunday, striking out eight and earning a win over Pittsburgh. Nola bounced back nicely after coughing up five runs against Atlanta in his last outing. He gave up an RBI double to Cal Mitchell in the third inning Sunday but didn't face much danger otherwise. The 29-year-old righty lowered his season ERA to 3.25 with a terrific 152:18 K:BB through 138.2 frames. Nola is projected to take on the Nationals at home next weekend.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Hit hard in loss to Atlanta

    Nola (6-8) took the loss Tuesday, coughing up five runs on seven hits and a walk over six innings as the Phillies fell 6-3 to Atlanta. He struck out seven. Five of the seven hits off Nola went for extra bases, including homers by Michael Harris and Matt Olson. The right-hander has been tagged for four or more runs in three of his last five starts, but he's maintained a solid fantasy floor by fanning at least seven batters in six of his last seven. On the season, Nola sports a 3.32 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and eye-popping 144:17 K:BB through 132.2 innings.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Fires gem in Miami

    Nola (6-7) allowed four hits and a walk over 8.1 shutout innings Sunday, striking out 10 and earning a win over Miami. Nola let just three Marlins reach base through eight innings before coughing up two more singles in the ninth. It was his eighth straight start of at least seven innings; during that stretch, he's sporting an impressive 2.25 ERA and 58:6 K:BB. He lowered his season ERA to 3.13 through 126.2 frames heading into the All-Star break. While the 29-year-old's 9.7 K/9 is his lowest since the 2019 season, Nola's 1.1 BB/9 is the best of his career and currently leads the National League.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Reinstated to active roster

    Nola was reinstated from the restricted list Thursday. Nola was unable to travel for the Phillies' two-game series at Toronto due to his vaccination status. He did not miss any starts and is projected to take the mound Sunday at Miami for the final game before the All-Star break.
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  • Phillies' Aaron Nola: Gives up five runs in loss

    Nola (5-7) was the pitcher of record in Monday's 6-1 loss to the Cardinals after allowing five earned runs on seven hits and no walks while striking out seven across seven innings. The five runs he allowed Monday tied a season high, but it was mostly a result of an untimely sequencing of hits, as he retired 21 of the 28 batters he faced on the night. He's now taken losses in three of his last four outings, though his 2.93 FIP over that stretch suggests that he's pitched better than his results would indicate. Phillies president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski confirmed Monday that due to his vaccination status, Nola won't be eligible to join the team in Toronto for its two-game series, so the right-hander will be moved to the restricted list. He'll be activated Friday and should make his final start before the All-Star break Saturday or Sunday in Miami.
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