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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Losses
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Saves
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Strikeouts
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 236.58.2 159.7 8 11 133 49 5.52 1.45
2022 38114.1 153.3 10 5 150 35 3.23 1.14
3y Avg. 2689.6 147.0 8 9 138 46 4.53 1.37
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Committed to four-seamer, sweeper

    Singer plans to utilize a four-seam fastball and sweeper more often this season, Anne Rogers of MLB.com reports. Singer began implementing the pitches a little late last season after some initial hesitation. This season, though, he's committed to using them as integral parts of his repertoire, adding them to his sinker, gyro slider and changeup. All three swinging strikeouts he induced during his Cactus League debut Wednesday versus the Mariners came on the sweeper. Singer has predominantly been a two-pitch pitcher in his career (the sinker and slider) and has struggled to miss bats with consistency. Perhaps the four-seamer and sweeper will allow him to pile up more strikeouts.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Set for Cactus debut next week

    Singer (back) will make his Cactus League debut Feb. 28 versus the Mariners, Anne Rogers of MLB.com reports. Singer ended last season on the shelf with a back strain, but he doesn't seem to be under any restrictions this spring. The right-hander is coming off an uneven 2023 campaign, having finished with a 5.52 ERA, 1.45 WHIP and 133:49 K:BB in 159.2 frames covering 29 starts.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Avoids arbitration

    Singer (back) agreed to a one-year contract with the Royals on Thursday, avoiding arbitration, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports. He finished last season on the shelf with a back strain after logging a 5.52 ERA, 1.45 WHIP and 133 strikeouts in 159.2 innings. Singer's 2022 season looks like an outlier at this point, and he should be locked into a rotation role for Kansas City again in 2024.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Out with back strain

    Singer was placed on the 15-day injured list Tuesday with a left lower lumbar strain. The right-hander presumably picked up the injury during Monday's start against Cleveland, during which he gave up four runs over six innings. Singer had a strong six-week stretch from late June to mid-August with a 3.05 ERA across 59 innings, but he moves to the injured list having surrendered 24 earned runs in his past five starts. The 27-year-old won't be eligible to return until after the end of the regular season, and he closes the campaign with a 5.52 ERA, 1.45 WHIP and 133:49 K:BB in 159.2 frames. Singer is entering his second year of arbitration eligibility and has more than four months to get healthy for spring training.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Roughed up again

    Singer did not factor into the decision in Monday's win over Cleveland, allowing four runs on eight hits and two walks over six innings. He struck out four. Singer's start on Monday marked the fifth straight in which he allowed four or more runs, dating back to Aug. 19. During those outings, the 27-year-old has thrown 24 innings to the tune of a 9.00 ERA, 2.17 WHIP and 17:8 K:BB. The nightmare season has continued for Singer, who sports a 5.52 ERA, 1.45 WHIP and 133 strikeouts over 159.2 innings. Things don't get easier for his next start, as he's scheduled to pitch at Houston.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Falls to White Sox

    Singer (8-11) took the loss Tuesday, allowing six runs on nine hits and two walks over 5.1 innings in a 6-2 loss against the White Sox. He struck out two. Singer would ultimately settle down after giving up five runs in the opening inning, but the Royals couldn't overcome the early deficit, leaving Singer with his third loss in his last four starts. The 27-year-old right-hander has allowed four runs or more in each of his last four outings, raising his ERA to 5.51 with a 1.44 WHIP and 129:47 K:BB through 28 starts (153.2 innings) this season. Singer's currently in line for a tough home matchup with the Astros in his next outing.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Bumped back by rain

    Singer will not make his scheduled start Monday against the White Sox with the contest being postponed due to rain. Singer will have to wait a little longer than anticipated to take the mound, but not much, as he is scheduled to start the first game of the twin bill the Royals and White Sox will play Tuesday. Unless he gets an extra day of rest between starts, he will still get two starts during the current scoring period.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Struggles with power

    Singer did not factor into the decision Tuesday, allowing six runs on nine hits and one walk over five innings against the White Sox. He struck out two. Singer surrendered six runs for the second time in his last three starts Tuesday, with each run coming as result of a homer. On the day, the White Sox took Singer yard three times, with Yoan Moncada, Korey Lee and Andrew Vaughn each swatting long balls. Over his last three appearances (12.2 innings), Singer owns a 9.95 ERA and an 11:4 K:BB. He's tentatively scheduled for a rematch with the White Sox early next week.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Could start Tuesday

    Singer (arm) remains on the paternity list but could be activated during the upcoming week to start Tuesday's game against the White Sox, Anne Rogers of MLB.com reports. The Royals have already confirmed Cole Ragans and Jordan Lyles as their starters for their games Monday and Wednesday, respectively, making Tuesday the likely target for Singer's return to the rotation. Prior to being placed on the paternity list Friday, Singer hadn't pitched since Aug. 25 due to a bout of right arm fatigue, but he hasn't been shut down from throwing. Rogers notes that Singer was scheduled to complete a bullpen session Sunday, so assuming he checks out fine following the throwing workout, he should be ready to start Tuesday.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Set to be skipped in rotation

    The Royals will skip Singer's upcoming turn through the rotation after he experienced "a velocity drop and some arm fatigue" following his most recent start this past Friday in Seattle, Anne Rogers of MLB.com reports. Singer had been in line to take the hill Wednesday versus the Pirates, but the Roayls will instead tab another pitcher to make a spot start while the right-hander appears set to rest up this week. Tests performed on Singer's arm revealed no issues, so he's expected to avoid a stint on the injured list and be good to go after some extended rest. The Royals are hoping the break will allow Singer to get back on track after he allowed eight earned runs over just 7.2 innings in his past two starts.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Another short start Friday

    Singer (8-10) took the loss Friday versus the Mariners, allowing four runs on nine hits and a walk while striking out six over four innings. Singer's first pitch was taken deep to right field by J.P. Crawford, and the right-hander labored through the first inning. He had a couple of scoreless frames before giving up a go-ahead two-run single to Eugenio Suarez in the fourth, which put the Mariners ahead for good. Singer has given up 10 runs (eight earned) over 7.2 innings across his last two starts, a departure from his relatively solid pitching (2.85 ERA, 39:6 K:BB) over 41 innings coming out of the All-Star break. For the year, he's at a 5.15 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 125:44 K:BB through 143.1 innings across 26 starts. Singer is tentatively lined up for a home start versus the Pirates next week.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Fans eight in no-decision

    Singer allowed two runs on two hits and a walk over 7.1 innings in Monday's 7-6 win over Seattle. He struck out eight and didn't factor in the decision. Singer fired seven shutout frames but was charged with two runs after being pulled in the eighth inning. He's shown much better command recently; over his last five starts, Singer has recorded a 35:6 K:BB with a 2.45 ERA. However, his season ERA still sits at 4.91 through 135.2 frames. Singer's next outing is lined up to be against the Cubs in Chicago.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Logs quality start, earns win

    Singer (8-8) earned the win Tuesday, allowing three runs on five hits and two walks over 6.2 innings against the Red Sox. He struck out four. Singer was humming along until the fifth inning, when Adam Duvall launched a solo shot over the Green Monster in Boston, while Connor Wong later added a run-scoring single. Singer was removed with two outs in the seventh and a runner on, who eventually scored. After a challenging first half, the 27-year-old righty has figured it out in five starts since the All-Star break, posting a 2.94 ERA, 0.86 WHIP and 31:5 K:BB across 33.2 innings during that stretch. He will look to maintain the momentum in his next outing, which is projected to be at home against Seattle early next week.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Punches out 10 in no-decision

    Singer did not factor into the decision Friday, allowing two runs on four hits and two walks over five innings against Minnesota. He struck out 10. Singer has established a new season high in strikeouts in back-to-back outings, having fanned nine his last time on the mound. He has a 19:3 K:BB in his last two starts spanning 11 innings. While his season numbers are still entirely underwhelming (5.46 ERA, 1.46 WHIP), this recent jump in strikeouts makes him interesting where he's available. Singer was serviceable last year and is better than he's shown overall this season. The soon-to-be 27-year-old tentatively lines up for a home start against the Mets next week.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Season-high nine strikeouts

    Singer did not factor into the decision Saturday, allowing two runs on five hits and one walk over six innings against the Yankees. He struck out nine. Singer got himself into trouble right out of the gate, walking Billy McKinney to lead off the bottom of the first and then giving up an infield single to Gleyber Torres in the following at-bat. The right-hander would allow only one run in the inning and another run in the third before finishing with a season-high nine strikeouts on the afternoon. He's now allowed two or fewer runs in three of his last five starts and has not issued more than one free pass in three straight.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Tosses eight frames in win

    Singer improved to 6-8 in Sunday's 8-4 win over the Rays after allowing four runs on seven hits and no walks while striking out four across eight innings. Singer was staked to an early lead and never looked back. He held the Rays scoreless through seven innings before surrendering four straight hits -- including two home runs -- to open up the eighth, which resulted in four runs. Overall, it was an efficient outing for Singer, who needed just 92 pitches to record his third career start of eight innings or more. It was a great bounce-back effort after he'd ended the first half on a sour note. He's working on a 5.70 ERA, 1.50 WHIP and 81:35 K:BB in 102.2 innings this season and projects for a road start against the Yankees during the upcoming week.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Roughed up by Guardians

    Singer (5-8) took the loss Saturday, allowing six runs on 13 hits and one walk over five innings against the Guardians. He struck out three. After allowing only one run over his last two starts (13 innings), Singer was lit up by Cleveland. He served up a season-high 13 hits while his six runs allowed marked the most since April 30. Since the start of June, Singer holds a 4.02 ERA and a 28:12 K:BB through seven appearances (40.1 innings).
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Silences Dodgers for win

    Singer (5-7) earned the win over the Dodgers on Sunday, allowing one run on four hits and three walks while striking out four over seven innings. Singer dominated the Dodgers for his second straight quality start while allowing just one extra-base hit. He registered 14 whiffs on the day, though his strikeout numbers have been down in comparison to past years. Singer hasn't struck out more than five in a game since he had seven June 4. He currently stands at a 7.4 K/9 after averaging a strikeout per inning over his last two seasons. The 26-year-old has found something as of late and now owns a 5.52 ERA, 1.48 WHIP and 74:34 K:BB in 89.2 innings. He lines up to face the Guardians on the road over the weekend.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: Hit around by Tigers

    Singer (4-7) took the loss Wednesday, allowing five runs on seven hits and one walk over seven innings against the Tigers. He struck out two. After allowing eight runs over his last four starts (20.1 innings), Singer gave up five Wednesday, including a solo homer to Zack Short in the fifth. Though he went past the sixth inning for the first time all year, he was only able to punch out two batters, setting a season low in the category, while falling to his seventh loss. Through 15 starts (76.2 innings), Singer owns a 6.34 ERA, 1.57 WHIP and a 7.9 K/9.
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  • Royals' Brady Singer: No help in loss

    Singer (4-6) took the loss Friday versus the Angels, allowing two runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out five over 5.1 innings. Singer wasn't all that effective, but the Royals' lack of offense didn't help his cause. He's failed to complete six innings in each of his last five starts, pitching to a 4.88 ERA over 24 innings in that span. That's actually an improvement on his season mark of 6.33, which comes with an uninspiring 1.61 WHIP and 65:28 K:BB over 69.2 innings across 14 starts. There aren't any better options knocking down the door, as the Royals' rotation owns a 5.44 ERA collectively this year, ranking 27th in the majors. Singer is projected for a road start in Detroit his next time out.
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