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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 38114.1 153.3 10 5 150 35 3.23 1.14
2021 185.56.9 128.3 5 10 131 53 4.91 1.55
3y Avg. 22810.4 115.3 6 7 114 37 3.98 1.30
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Struggling at WBC

    Singer gave up four runs on four hits over two innings in his lone appearance for Team USA at the World Baseball Classic. Fantasy managers should be concerned for a couple of reasons. One is that Singer has made just three competitive appearances between Cactus League and WBC play. He's also logged just 6.2 innings this spring, which leaves some doubts about how stretched out he'll be to begin the regular season. With Singer's poor performance on the international stage, his usage has been limited. He should be fine long-term, but with the USA making a deep run in the tournament, he'll likely get only one or two more outings in the Cactus League before the 2023 campaign gets underway.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Loses arbitration hearing

    Singer lost his arbitration hearing Wednesday and will be paid $2.95 million in 2023, Mark Feinsand of reports. Singer had requested $3.325 million. The right-hander broke out for the Royals in 2022, holding a 3.23 ERA, 1.14 WHIP and 150:35 K:BB over 153.1 innings. He could serve as Kansas City's Opening Day starter in 2023, with veteran Zack Greinke also in the mix.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Tagged with six runs

    Singer (10-5) allowed six runs on seven hits and a walk over 5.2 innings Friday, striking out six and taking a loss against Cleveland. Singer kept the Guardians off the board through four innings before coughing up an RBI single to Will Brennan in the fifth frame. Cleveland then piled on five runs in the sixth, including Jose Ramirez's three-run shot. Singer had won six straight decisions dating back to Aug. 9 before Friday's rough outing, posting a 1.89 ERA and a 50:12 K:BB during that stretch. The 26-year-old righty finishes the 2022 campaign with a 3.23 ERA and a 150:35 K:BB through 153.1 innings.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Goes seven strong in win

    Singer (10-4) gave up one earned run on five hits and two walks while striking out eight over seven innings to earn the win in a 5-1 victory over Mariners on Friday. Singer handled the Mariners with ease, with the only damage coming on a solo home run off the bat of Cal Raleigh in the second inning. Singer has put together a breakout campaign in his second full season starting in the majors. The 26-year-old right-hander now has a 2.99 ERA in 147.2 innings pitched. His xFIP of 3.31 coming into the game suggests that his success could be sustainable going forward. Singer will look for his 11th win of the year his next time out, which is expected to be at Cleveland.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Strikes out five in win

    Singer (9-4) earned the win Saturday, allowing no runs on five hits while striking out five batters and walking one over six innings. Singer continued his career year by tossing 59 of 89 pitches for strikes across six frames and not allowing a run to score despite allowing five hits and a walk. The righty has three quality starts and two wins in a row. Since Aug. 3, Singer has gone 5-1 and given up 15 earned runs in 56 innings for a 2.41 ERA, picking up seven quality starts along the way. His season ERA now sits at 3.07.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Shuts down Tigers in win

    Singer (8-4) earned the victory Sunday over Detroit, striking out six in seven scoreless innings while allowing four hits and a walk. Three of the five baserunners Singer allowed reached in the first two innings, but he settled down and scattered two hits over his final five frames, retiring 10 straight at one point. It was the seventh time in his last 11 starts that he allowed one or fewer runs and pitched at least six innings. During that span, he's gone 5-1 and compiled a 2.21 ERA, 1.12 WHIP and 68:18 K:BB in 69 innings. His next start will likely be next weekend in Boston.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Decent against Cleveland

    Singer allowed four runs (three earned) on nine hits with just one strikeout in six innings versus the Guardians on Monday. He did not factor in the decision. Singer allowed a pair of runs in both the second and sixth innings, and he left the contest in line for a loss. The Royals rallied to tie the game in the eighth to get the right-hander off the hook. He met the baseline for a quality start, his fifth in his last six outings, and he hasn't taken a loss in that span. Singer owns a 3.38 ERA, 1.17 WHIP and 125:30 K:BB through 23 appearances (20 starts) this year while serving as the Royals' most reliable starter.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Struggles in no-decision

    Singer gave up four earned runs on nine hits and a walk while striking out four over 4.2 innings in a 9-7 victory over the White Sox. He did not factor into the decision. Singer's stretch of four straight quality starts came to an end as the White Sox chased him before he could get through five innings. The major damage came on a three-run home run off the bat of Gavin Sheets. Singer has been a bright spot for the beleaguered Royals this year and has markedly improved from last season, when he pitched to a 4.91 ERA. The 26-year-old right-hander has a solid 3.33 ERA and 1.15 WHIP with 124 strikeouts in 121.2 innings pitched in 2022. He is tentatively expected to make his next start in a favorable matchup at Detroit.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Continues standout stretch

    Singer (7-4) earned the win over Arizona on Wednesday, pitching seven innings and allowing one run on four hits and no walks while striking out six batters. Singer cruised through four scoreless frames before Daulton Varsho knocked a solo shot off the right-hander in the fifth. That looked like it might be enough to tag the Kansas City ace with the loss as Zac Gallen outdueled him with six shutout innings, but a late offensive surge by the Royals turned things around and handed Singer his third victory over his past four starts. He's been tossing the ball well for over a month, picking up eight quality starts over his past nine outings and compiling an outstanding 2.01 ERA along with a 62:16 K:BB across 58.1 innings over that stretch. The 2018 first-round draft pick has blossomed in his third big-league campaign, recording a 3.15 ERA and 1.11 WHIP through 21 appearances, including 18 starts.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Strikes out seven batters

    Singer did not factor into the decision against the Rays on Friday, allowing two runs on five hits while striking out seven and walking four over six innings. Singer threw 58 of 99 pitches for strikes in Friday's contest. Although he walked four and allowed five hits, he limited the damage to just two runs scored on a Randy Arozarena single in the sixth inning. The outing was Singer's third quality start in a row and his seventh in his last eight games. He is turning in the best season of his career, posting a 3.27 ERA, a 1.15 WHIP and 9.3 strikeouts per nine innings.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Possible waiver wire pickups

    You could argue Singer's start Sunday was even more impressive than Drew Rasmussen's flirtation with a perfect game. It came against the Dodgers, after all, putting an end to their 12-game winning streak. Singer allowed just one hit to that offensive juggernaut while notching a season-high 19 swinging strikes. It wasn't a completely isolated incident either given that he has a 1.99 ERA, 1.01 WHIP and 9.7 K/9 over his past seven starts. His 3.35 xFIP would rank 11th among qualifiers -- ahead of both Sandy Alcantara and Justin Verlander, actually -- which should lend credence to the whole thing. By the looks of it, the former prospect is finally rounding into form.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Shuts down Dodgers in win

    Singer (6-4) earned the victory Sunday over the Dodgers, striking out seven in six scoreless innings while allowing a hit, three walks and a hit batsman. Singer did not allow a hit until the fifth inning when Chris Taylor singled. Mookie Betts, Trea Turner and Freddie Freeman went a combined 0-for-9 with three strikeouts against Singer as the righty did his part to end the Dodgers' 12-game winning streak. The 26-year-old has allowed one earned run or fewer in five of his last six starts and has a 1.64 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and 44:12 K:BB in 38.1 innings in that span. His next start will likely be at the end of the week in Tampa Bay.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Fires 7.1 strong frames

    Singer (5-4) earned the win in Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the White Sox. He allowed one run on five hits with six strikeouts and zero walks in 7.1 innings. The right-hander generated only seven whiffs but threw 71 of 99 pitches for strikes, and the only blemish against him was a solo shot off the bat of Josh Harrison. Singer has covered at least six frames in each of his past six starts, and he has a 2.29 ERA and 42:9 K:BB across 39.1 innings during that span. He tentatively lines up for a tough matchup with the Dodgers on Sunday.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Sleeper pitchers for Week 19 (Aug. 8-14)

    The strikeouts came back down for Singer last time after back-to-back double-digit efforts, but he still has an impressive 3.25 xFIP for the year. A two-start week is difficult to pass up, even if one is against the Dodgers.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Allows four runs in loss

    Singer (4-4) took the loss to the White Sox on Wednesday, allowing four runs on 11 hits while striking out three and walking one. The 11 hits Singer allowed in Wednesday's game were as many as he had given up in his previous three games combined. The three strikeouts were the fewest he has had in a game since April 26 when he pitched only two innings. The outing was arguably the second worst of Singer's season and comes after a July where the righty had four quality starts and a 2.05 ERA. His season ERA now sits at 3.67.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Sleeper pitchers for Week 18 (Aug. 1-7)

    Singer is coming off back-to-back starts with double-digit strikeouts, and while his bat-missing credentials are lacking otherwise, he now boasts a 3.30 xFIP on the year. This two-start week is certainly well-timed.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Another impressive start

    Singer allowed one hit and one walk while striking out 10 across seven scoreless innings Thursday against the Yankees. He did not factor into the decision. Singer dominated the Yankees and allowed only two runners to reach scoring position throughout his start. He also continued to show impressive swing-and-miss stuff, tallying 14 swinging strikes on 99 total pitches. In five July starts, Singer now has a 2.05 ERA with a 42:11 K:BB across 30.2 frames.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Strikes out 12 in no-decision

    Singer allowed two runs (one earned) on three hits and two walks while striking out 12 over six-plus innings in a no-decision versus the Rays on Saturday. Singer carried a no-hitter through five innings, but the Rays were able to cobble together a run against him in the sixth. He started giving up harder contact in the seventh, and Taylor Clarke couldn't protect a lead, leaving Singer with his third no-decision in his last four starts. The right-hander has been solid in that span, allowing eight runs (seven earned) in 23.2 innings while racking up a 32:10 K:BB, and he's notched three consecutive quality starts. He owns a 3.82 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 81:20 K:BB across 77.2 innings in 15 appearances (12 starts) this year, and he's projected for a tough road start versus the Yankees next week.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Returning for second-half slate

    The Royals reinstated Singer (personal) from the restricted list Monday. Singer was one of 10 Royals players who will rejoin the 26-man active roster after being ineligible to play during the four-game weekend series in Toronto due his vaccination status. Since his last start came Wednesday against the Tigers before he was placed on the restricted list Thursday, Singer didn't miss out on a start while he was deactivated. The 25-year-old right-hander finished the first half of the Royals' schedule with a 4-3 record, 4.02 ERA, 1.24 WHIP and 69:18 K:BB across 71.2 innings over his 14 appearances (11 starts) for the big club.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Deactivated for Blue Jays series

    The Royals placed Singer (personal) on the restricted list Thursday. Singer is one of 10 Royals on the 26-man active roster who won't be eligible for the four-game series in Toronto due to his vaccination status. He'll be formally reinstated from the restricted list for the Royals' first game coming out of the All-Star break July 22 against Tampa Bay. Since he started in Wednesday's series finale with the Tigers, Singer wasn't on track to get a turn through the rotation in Toronto anyway, but his placement on the restricted list nonetheless allows the Royals to bring aboard infielder Michael Massey from Triple-A Omaha as an extra option off the bench.
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