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May 29, 2024 0 2 3.13 0
May 26, 2024 0 2 2.86 0 -0.5
May 25, 2024 0 2 2.14 0 0.5
May 22, 2024 0 2 2.21 0
May 20, 2024 0 2 2.37 0 1

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Andrew Kittredge was out for much of last season after undergoing Tommy John surgery in June 2022, but he made his return from the IL in mid-August after appearing in 12 minor-league rehab games. The 33-year-old right-hander recorded a save in his first appearance back for the Rays, but that would be the only one he'd record for the rest of the season. He'd finish with a solid 3.09 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and 10:2 K:BB over 11.2 innings. If Kittredge can overcome the health woes that have plagued him in recent seasons, he figures to fill a late-inning role for Tampa Bay that's likely to include the occasional save chance.

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2024 371.5 22.0 2 24 6 2.86 1.09
2023 423 11.7 2 1 10 2 3.09 1.20
2022 945.5 20.0 3 1 5 14 2 3.15 0.85
3y Avg. 1424.9 34.3 5 1 5 34 6 2.36 0.96
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  • Cardinals' Andrew Kittredge: Implodes in seventh inning

    Kittredge (0-2) allowed three runs on two hits and a walk without striking out a batter in two-thirds of an inning to take the loss Saturday versus the Brewers. Kittredge allowed just one run over his first 13 appearances of the season, but he's now given up four runs across his last three outings to begin May. Rhys Hoskins tagged the reliever for a three-run home run in the seventh inning Saturday, giving Kittredge his second blown save and second loss of the campaign. The right-hander sits with a 2.87 ERA, 1.09 WHIP, 15:4 K:BB and 10 holds over 15.2 innings, but it appears his dominance from early in the season is waning.
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  • Cardinals' Andrew Kittredge: Takes first loss

    Kittredge (0-1) allowed one run on one hit over one inning, taking the loss Monday versus the Mets. He did not strike out or walk a batter. Kittredge was charged with a run for the first time since April 6, though he took a blown save in his last outing Saturday for allowing an inherited runner to score. The scoreless streak spanned 10.1 innings. Even with the recent slip-ups, Kittredge is boasting a 1.20 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and 15:3 K:BB over 15 innings this season while adding 10 holds. The right-hander has emerged as a key high-leverage option for the Cardinals, though Ryan Helsley is firmly entrenched as the closer this year.
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  • Cardinals' Andrew Kittredge: Up to 10 holds

    Kittredge allowed a hit and struck out one without walking a batter in a scoreless inning to earn his 10th hold of the season in Saturday's 7-4 win over the Mets. Kittredge has been excellent in a high-leverage role for the Cardinals. He's been scored on just once in 13 appearances, posting a 0.75 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 13:3 K:BB through 12 innings. Manager Oliver Marmol has gone with more clearly defined roles in the bullpen this year than in previous seasons, and Kittredge has slotted in as a strong setup man in his first year with the team.
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  • Cardinals' Andrew Kittredge: Healthy, steady in spring

    Kittredge has allowed one walk and struck out one over two scoreless and hitless innings in two Grapefruit League appearances. Kittredge is likely looking to put the last two years behind him, as injuries have limited him to 31.2 innings in that span. He has 15 saves and 12 holds to his name over parts of seven major-league campaigns, but he's topped 50 innings just once. Kittredge figures to be in the high-leverage mix this season, though Ryan Helsley and Giovanny Gallegos are the top incumbent closing options for the Cardinals.
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  • Cardinals' Andrew Kittredge: Dealt to St. Louis

    The Rays traded Kittredge to the Cardinals on Friday in exchange for Richie Palacios, Katie Woo of The Athletic reports. Kittredge missed the first half of the 2023 campaign after undergoing Tommy John surgery in June 2022. Upon returning, picked up where he left off, surrendering four earned runs in 11.2 innings while striking out 10 batters and walking just two. The 33-year-old righty recorded two wins, a save and a hold in 14 appearances and will maintain a high-leverage role in St. Louis, providing a much-needed boost to a Cardinals bullpen that finished 13th in the NL last season with a 4.47 ERA.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Notches first save

    Kittredge tossed a perfect 10th inning to earn a save in Friday's win over the Angels. Kittredge made his season debut Friday after returning from Tommy John rehab. He fired 12 of 15 pitches for strikes and touched 95 mph with his sinker. The 33-year-old is a better candidate for holds than saves at this point. Pete Fairbanks earned a win after pitching the ninth inning Friday.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Aiming for mid-August return

    Kittredge (elbow) has thrown 8.2 innings on his rehab assignment and is hoping to return in mid-to-late August, MLB.com reports. Kittredge has been with Triple-A Durham for each of his last six appearances. He allowed six earned runs across just one-third of an inning in an outing July 23 but has otherwise been effective. Even so, the Rays will continue to take a patient approach as Kittredge returns from Tommy John surgery.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Resumes mound work

    Kittredge (elbow) has been throwing off a mound for a few weeks and is expected to face hitters soon, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Kittredge's rehab from Tommy John surgery appears to have gone swimmingly to this point. The reliever's goal is to return in late July/early August, and he could provide a real boost to the Rays' bullpen after the All-Star break.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Placed on 60-day IL

    Kittredge was placed on the 60-day injured list by the Rays on Tuesday as he recovers from Tommy John surgery, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. The move clears a spot on the 40-man roster for Trevor Kelley. Kittredge will miss at least the first half of the season following last June's Tommy John surgery.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Placed on 60-day IL

    Kittredge was placed on the 60-day injured list Thursday as he recovers from Tommy John surgery, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. Kittredge underwent the reconstructive elbow procedure last June and will miss at least the first half of the 2023 season. This is a paperwork move to get Trevor Kelley on Tampa Bay's 40-man roster.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Transferred to 60-day IL

    Kittredge (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Saturday, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. Kittredge was placed on the 15-day injured list Thursday, but with him set to undergo Tommy John surgery, the Rays moved him to the longer of the injured lists to open up a spot on the 40-man roster. Kittredge's recovery period will likely take around a year, so don't expect to see him back with the big club until the summer of 2023.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Requires Tommy John surgery

    Kittredge (elbow) will require Tommy John surgery, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Manager Kevin Cash revealed Thursday that Kittredge would require a procedure to remove a loose body from his elbow, but the nature of the surgery will be worse than initially anticipated. The right-hander was part of the closing mix for the Rays but could be sidelined until late in the 2023 season. Colin Poche, Jason Adam and Ryan Thompson will be among the top high-leverage options with Kittredge unavailable.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Stumbles in setup role

    Kittredge allowed an earned run on two hits and a walk while striking out one in the eighth inning Tuesday against the Cardinals. Kittredge entered the game in the eighth inning with a one-run lead. He retired the two batters he faced with little trouble but allowed a walk and consecutive singles to cough up the advantage. Kittredge has made two appearances since returning from the injured list Sunday, with neither coming in a save situation. It's possible that the team wants to ease him back into the closer role, but they have also utilized a fairly successful committee of Colin Poche and Brooks Raley -- among others -- to close out games.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Activated Sunday

    Kittredge (back) was activated from the 15-day injured list prior to Sunday's game against the White Sox, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports. J.P. Feyereisen (shoulder) is on the injured list, and Collin Poche is the most recent Rays reliever to get a save. Kittredge struck out one and allowed one hit in a scoreless inning on his rehab assignment. He could slot right back into high-leverage work Sunday.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Surrenders another homer

    Kittredge (3-1) allowed a solo home run in the ninth inning to take the loss Monday against Detroit. Kittredge entered the game in the top of the ninth inning with the score knotted at two. He recorded two outs without incident but then allowed the game-winning home run to Harold Castro. While Kittredge still appears to be Tampa Bay's preferred closer, he has served up three home runs across his last 5.2 innings of work. In that span, he's been charged with two blown saves and a loss. If the team opts to look elsewhere in the ninth inning, Brooks Raley appears to be the likeliest candidate.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Notches fifth save

    Kittredge allowed one hit in a scoreless inning and earned a save over the Blue Jays on Sunday. Kittredge needed just eight pitches to finish off the 3-0 victory Sunday. After blowing two straight save chances, he's turned in two consecutive scoreless appearances with one save and a win. The 32-year-old is now sporting a 2.65 ERA with five saves through 17 frames this season.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Struggles continue

    Kittredge allowed two earned runs on three hits across 0.2 innings Wednesday against the Angels. Kittredge entered the game in the eighth inning with a two-run lead, but he quickly blew the advantage by surrendering a home run to Taylor Ward. It's not clear whether the Rays were planning for Kittredge to record a six-out save -- he's worked two innings in three appearances this season -- or if he was working as the setup man. Regardless, he has now allowed three earned runs across his last 2.2 innings spanning two outings. Kittredge's overall numbers remain strong as he's maintained a 3.00 ERA and 0.80 WHIP with a 12:1 K:BB across 15 innings. However, he's served up three home runs and may start to cede save chances more regularly to Brooks Raley if his struggles continue.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Blows save opportunity

    Kittredge allowed one earned run on three hits across two innings Sunday to blow the save against the Mariners. Kittredge entered the game in the eighth inning with a one-run lead. He made it through his first frame unscathed but surrendered a solo home run to Abraham Toro in the ninth to blow his first save of the season. Though Kittredge is already in a committee for the closing role in Tampa Bay, this outing isn't likely to impact his status as he has maintained an excellent 1.88 ERA and 0.63 WHIP with a 12:1 K:BB across 14.1 innings.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Records fourth save

    Kittredge did not allow a baserunner in a scoreless ninth inning to earn the save Wednesday against the Athletics. Kittredge entered the game with a 3-0 lead and set down the Athletics in order on only 10 pitches. He now has four of the Rays' seven saves this season, most recently splitting chances with Ryan Thompson. However, Kittredge is one of the team's most trusted relievers, so his appearances in non-save situations have resulted in two wins. Kittredge has pitched well to begin the campaign, maintaining a 1.46 ERA with a 12:1 K:BB across 12.1 frames.
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  • Rays' Andrew Kittredge: Notches second win

    Kittredge (2-0) got the win during Tuesday's 10-7 victory against the Athletics, striking out one in a 1-2-3 ninth inning. Kittredge entered a tie game in the ninth and made quick work of the bottom of Oakland's lineup. He fell in line for the victory when Tampa Bay hung a five spot in the top of the 10th inning. The 32-year-old now holds a 1.59 ERA and should continue to see high-leverage scenarios on a Rays team with big expectations.
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