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May 24, 2024 3 1 2.86 0 17.5
May 18, 2024 2 1 2.79 0 7.5
May 12, 2024 2 1 2.65 0 0.5
May 6, 2024 2 1 2.40 0 19
Apr 29, 2024 2 1 3.00 0 11

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Bryse Wilson was seventh among qualified relievers with 76.2 innings last season. The 25-year-old made 53 appearances for Milwaukee, all in relief, with 24 of those outings of the multi-inning variety. After primarily working as a starter prior to 2023, Wilson performed much better in his new role, posting a career-best 2.58 ERA and 1.07 WHIP. However, the right-hander out-performed his 3.98 xERA and 4.12 FIP, while posting a sub-20 percent strikeout rate for the fifth time in six seasons. Wilson's upside is limited and he's unlikely to emerge as a fantasy viable reliever in 2024.

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2024 1068.2 44.0 3 1 38 17 2.86 1.16
2023 217.54.1 76.7 6 3 61 22 2.58 1.07
2022 133.55.3 115.7 3 9 79 32 5.52 1.42
3y Avg. 1494.8 88.7 4 5 1 62 25 4.67 1.32
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Nabs win as primary pitcher

    Wilson (3-1) picked up the win Friday, giving up two runs on six hits and a walk over 5.1 relief innings in a 7-2 victory over the Red Sox. He struck out seven. Jared Koenig got the nod as the opener but recorded only two outs and put two runners aboard before Wilson entered the game. Wilson struck out Tyler O'Neill to end the rally, the first of a season-high seven Ks for the 26-year-old right-hander as he generated 28 called or swinging strikes among his 80 pitches. In six trips to the mound since taking the place of DL Hall (knee) in the rotation, Wilson has posted a 2.67 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 26:15 K:BB over 30.1 innings, but Friday's win was his first in that stretch. Hall has worked only one-inning stints to begin his rehab assignment, perhaps signaling that Wilson's spot is secure even when the Brewers' staff gets healthier. Wilson lines up to make his next trip to the mound at home next week against the Cubs.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Could follow opener

    Wilson isn't starting Friday against the Red Sox but is likely to follow opener Jared Koenig. Wilson was initially listed as the Brewers' starter, a role he's jumped into with Milwaukee's rotation hampered by injuries, but Jared Koenig is now beginning the game on the mound instead. Considering Koenig hasn't worked more than 2.2 innings in a game this year, it's expected that he'll just open the contest, leaving Wilson to operate in long relief.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Falls just short of five frames

    Wilson allowed two runs on five hits and one walk while striking out three batters over 4.2 innings in a no-decision against Houston on Saturday. Wilson was given a 4-1 lead going into the bottom of the fifth inning, but he was pulled after giving up a one-out solo homer to Jake Meyers and a two-out single to Jose Altuve. The hook eliminated the right-hander's chance to qualify for the win, and it marked the second straight outing in which he's failed to go five frames. Still, Wilson has given up a tolerable four runs across 8.2 innings during those two contests, and he's recorded a 2.79 ERA across 38.2 innings on the season.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Struggles with command

    Wilson allowed two runs on five hits and five walks over four-plus innings in a no-decision Sunday. He struck out one in the loss to St. Louis. Wilson walked home a run in the second inning but managed to hold the Cardinals to one run through four frames. He was knocked out of the contest after coughing up a home run to Paul Goldschmidt and a double to Alec Burleson to begin the fifth inning. Wilson has produced a shaky 16:13 K:BB over his last four starts but owns a 2.21 ERA during that span. He's produced a 2.65 ERA through 34 innings this season. Wilson's currently projected to start in Houston next weekend.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: No win in scoreless outing

    Wilson allowed a hit and three walks over six shutout frames in a no-decision Monday. He struck out six while the Brewers lost to Kansas City. Wilson was in line for a win before the Royals plated three runs in the seventh inning right after he left the contest. The lone hit he gave up was a single and Kansas City never posed much of a threat during his outing. He also generated a season-high 11 whiffs. Wilson dropped his ERA to 2.40 with a 27:10 K:BB through 30 innings. As things stand, he currently projects for a home matchup with St. Louis this weekend.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Takes tough loss

    Wilson (2-1) allowed one run on four hits and two walks over six innings Monday, striking out six and taking a loss against the Rays. Wilson coughed up a run in the first inning but finished his night with five straight scoreless frames. It was the first time this season he finished at least five innings and he dropped his season ERA to 3.00 through 24 innings. Wilson forced 10 whiffs Monday after totaling just nine over his previous three appearances (9.1 innings). Wilson is currently slated to face the Cubs on the road this weekend.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Slated to start Monday

    Wilson is scheduled to start Monday's game against the Rays in Milwaukee, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Wilson had already started in two of his previous three appearances, but he served as more of a piggyback pitcher/opener than a traditional starter in both outings. However, after building up to 75 pitches and 4.1 innings in his most recent outing last Wednesday in Pittsburgh, Wilson shouldn't face many restrictions with his workload moving forward if the Brewers opt to keep him around in the rotation on a more permanent basis. Wade Miley's season-ending elbow injury creates a long-term hole in the Milwaukee rotation, though Jakob Junis (shoulder) and DL Hall (knee) will eventually return and could push Wilson back to the bullpen over time.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Delivers 3.2 scoreless frames

    Wilson allowed two hits and a walk across 3.2 scoreless innings during Wednesday's 1-0 win against the Padres. He struck out two and didn't factor in the decision. The right-hander opened Wednesday's game for Milwaukee, and he threw 41 of 57 pitches for strikes as the first of five relievers that combined to shut out San Diego. It was Wilson's first start since 2022 with the Pirates, and he's excelled as a reliever for the Brewers over the past two seasons with a 2.85 ERA in 58 appearances. He should return to the relief role but could be an option for more spot starts as the campaign rolls on.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Will open Wednesday's contest

    Wilson is slated to serve as Milwaukee's opening pitcher for Wednesday's game against the Padres, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Wilson has 43 career MLB starts to his name and covered three innings in his most recent relief appearance April 10 in Cincinnati, so he should be capable of giving the Brewers more length at the start of the game compared to the typical opening pitcher. However, the right-hander could still struggle to reach the five innings he would need to qualify for a win, so he doesn't profile as an especially appealing streaming or low-cost DFS option for Wednesday. The Brewers haven't outlined their plans for when Wilson exits the game, but Tobias Myers is expected to be called up from Triple-A Nashville prior to the contest and could be tasked with covering multiple innings behind Wilson.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Avoids arbitration with Brewers

    The Brewers and Wilson avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $1 million contract Thursday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. This was Wilson's first year of arbitration eligibility. The right-hander thrived in 2023 in his first year as a full-time reliever, posting a 2.58 ERA and 61:22 K:BB over 76.2 innings of work. He'll work in middle relief again in 2024.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Records sixth win

    Wilson (6-0) tossed four scoreless innings of relief in Sunday's 10-6 victory over the Padres. He allowed two hits and posted a 4:1 K:BB in the outing. Wilson was summoned after starter Adrian Houser (forearm) left the game after two frames, and he was exceptional, keeping the opponent off the scoreboard and allowing the Brewers to turn a three-run deficit into a comfortable lead. Wilson is seemingly not be a candidate to replace Houser, and that's mainly because he has been so good in his multi-inning relief role, posting a 2.95 ERA and 1.06 WHIP over 64 innings out of the bullpen.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Bags fifth win of season

    Wilson (5-0) threw two scoreless innings of relief and picked up the win in Tuesday's victory over the Twins. He struck out three batters and did not allow a runner to reach base. Wilson entered Tuesday's contest in the sixth inning with Milwaukee trailing by a run, and he wound up with his fifth win of the campaign after five Brewers crossed the plate in the bottom of the same frame. Wilson had a few rough outings in recent weeks, but he tossed six scoreless innings over his last four appearances and now owns a 3.15 ERA and 1.08 WHIP over 60 innings this season.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Bags first win of season

    Wilson threw two innings of relief and picked up the win in Tuesday's 6-5 extra-inning victory over the Mariners. Wilson got a chance to close Tuesday after the Brewers pushed across a run in the top of the 10th inning, and although he blew the save, he kept the game knotted at five. He remained in the game for another frame, and after his offense plated another run in the 11th, Wilson kept the Mariners off the scoreboard and picked up his first win of the season. Wilson is working as Milwaukee's long reliever, but he has recorded two three-inning saves in addition to the win, and he also owns a 0.82 ERA and 1.18 WHIP over 11.0 innings.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Earns three-inning save

    Wilson yielded one run on four hits over three innings during Friday's win over Padres. He struck out two and earned a save. Wilson picked up his second three-inning save of the season during an 11-2 blowout win. He coughed up an RBI single to Rougned Odor in the eighth inning but otherwise kept the Padres off the board. Wilson has allowed one run with a 9:3 K:BB through nine innings.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Picks up three-inning save

    Wilson picked up the save in Monday's victory over the Mets while allowing no runs on one hit and three walks while striking out two over three innings. With the Brewers up by double digits, Milwaukee decided not to waste any of their other bullpen arms and allowed Wilson to pick up the rare three-inning save. It's unlikely he'll be inline for more save chances unless the Brewers offer more blowout opportunities.
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  • Brewers' Bryse Wilson: Shipped to Milwaukee

    The Brewers acquired Wilson from the Pirates on Wednesday in exchange for cash considerations. Despite having a fairly clear path to a full-time rotation spot last season for a Pirates squad lacking in established starting options, Wilson did little to make a case that he belonged in the rebuilding organization's long-term plans. In 25 outings (20 starts) overall with the big club in 2022, Wilson produced a 5.52 ERA and 1.42 WHIP while striking out just 15.5 percent of the batters he faced. He showed some improvement over the final two months of the campaign, however, and he did some of his best work against the Brewers, which may have influenced Milwaukee's decision to go out and acquire him after Pittsburgh designated him for assignment last week. Over his four outings against Milwaukee last season spanning 18.1 innings, Wilson generated a 3.93 ERA and 1.31 WHIP.
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  • Pirates' Bryse Wilson: Designated for assignment

    Wilson was designated for assignment by the Pirates on Wednesday, Justice delos Santos of MLB.com reports. Upon the official announcement of Jarlin Garcia's arrival in Pittsburgh, Wilson was booted from the 40-man roster in order to make room for the new acquisition. Wilson has put up an ERA north of 5.30 and a 1.40+ WHIP in each of the past two seasons, so the next team to take a chance on him may place him in Triple-A until he shows signs of improvement.
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  • Pirates' Bryse Wilson: Eight shutout innings

    Wilson allowed three hits and a walk while striking out six across eight scoreless innings Wednesday against the Reds. He did not factor into the decision. Wilson turned in his best outing of the season and struck out at least six batters for the first time since May 4 -- a span of 18 appearances. He induced 10 groundball outs and also generated 11 swinging strikes across 90 total pitches. Though he's pitched poorly for most of the season, Wilson owns a 3.90 ERA with a 23:8 K:BB across 30 frames and five starts in September.
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  • Pirates' Bryse Wilson: Fans five in no-decision

    Wilson yielded two runs on five hits and three walks over five innings against the Cubs on Friday. He struck out five and did not factor in the decision. Wilson was in line to pick up his fourth win before Wil Crowe coughed up the lead in the sixth inning, resulting in a Pirates loss. The 24-year-old Wilson threw a fairly clean outing with the exception of Patrick Wisdom's two-run shot in the second. Wilson ended a streak of seven consecutive starts with at least three earned runs and lowered his season ERA to 5.95 through 104.1 frames. He's lined up to face the Reds at home next week.
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  • Pirates' Bryse Wilson: Takes ninth loss

    Wilson (3-9) took the loss Saturday versus the Mets. He allowed four runs on four hits, two walks and two hit batters while striking out five over 5.1 innings. Most of the damage came on a second-inning three-run home run by Eduardo Escobar. The Pirates' offense was unable to cover up that mistake, with Wilson taking his first loss in his last four outings. He's given up at least three runs in seven straight appearances, pushing his season ERA to 6.07 with a 1.48 WHIP and 67:26 K:BB through 99.1 innings across 22 appearances (18 starts). Wilson is expected to draw an easier matchup at home against the Cubs next week.
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