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Jul 22, 2024 1 4 5.56 0 3.5
Jul 20, 2024 1 4 5.68 0 8
Jul 14, 2024 1 4 5.95 0 2.5
Jul 12, 2024 1 4 6.10 0 3
Jul 9, 2024 1 4 6.25 0 0.5

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2024 55.51.4 45.3 1 4 57 21 5.56 1.50
2023 26.51.7 19.3 1 21 14 3.72 1.45
2022 52.5 2.0 2 1 0.00 1.00
3y Avg. 23.51.5 15.0 0 0 15 9 4.20 1.47
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Blows save versus Milwaukee

    Mears (1-4) was tagged with the loss and a blown save after he allowed two runs on two hits and two walks over two-thirds of an inning Tuesday against the Brewers. Mears didn't give up hard contact as the two hits against him were infield singles, but he was unable to get through the frame on 39 pitches. It's the second blown save of the season for the right-hander, who remains without a save but has seven holds to go along with an ugly 6.28 ERA. Closer Tyler Kinley threw three innings over the previous two days, which likely prompted manager Bud Black to look elsewhere for Tuesday's save opportunity.
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Chance for saves this weekend

    Mears could be in the mix for save opportunities this weekend against the Pirates after the Rockies placed closer Justin Lawrence on the paternity list Friday. Mears was an effective high-leverage option through the first few weeks of the season with a 2.08 ERA and three holds in nine outings, but he's surrendered six runs over his past four appearances. Jake Bird should also be on the shortlist for saves, but neither pitcher provides much fantasy upside. The Rockies have only three saves as a team this season, and Lawrence should rejoin the club early next week.
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Takes loss in ugly outing

    Mears (0-2) allowed two earned runs on three hits and a walk while striking out one to take the loss Monday against the Padres. Mears was on the mound for the second consecutive day, this time in the eighth inning with the task of keeping the score knotted at 1-1. He got two outs across the first three batters he faced but then allowed a double and a pair of singles to account for the damage and take his second loss of the season. Mears has looked to be in the mix for saves and has been used in high-leverage spots early on this season, though this outing won't help his case.
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Works clean ninth inning

    Mears allowed one hit while striking out one in a scoreless ninth inning in Sunday's win over Mariners. Mears entered in a scoreless game at home, traditional usage for a closer. He handled the high-leverage situation well, as he erased a one-out single by inducing a double play from the next batter he faced. Jake Bird still has the only save for the Rockies this season, but Mears appears to be in consideration for the closer role as well.
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Struggles in ninth inning

    Mears allowed one earned run on one hit and three walks while striking out one over two-thirds of an inning Monday against the Diamondbacks. Mears entered the game in the ninth inning with Colorado up by three and the chance to earn the first save of his career. He allowed only one ball out of the infield -- it was caught for an out -- but he struggled significantly with his control and was pulled with the bases loaded and two outs. Jake Bird relieved Mears and tallied the final out of the game to earn the save. Meanwhile, Justin Lawrence was used in a setup role, but Tyler Kinley -- who was unavailable Monday -- will likely be next in for saves over both Bird or Mears.
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Activated and optioned

    Colorado activated Mears (oblique) from the 15-day injured list Tuesday and optioned him to Triple-A Albuquerque. Mears is recovered from the left oblique strain that sent him to the IL in late June, but the Rockies will keep him on the farm for the time being. He carries a rough 7.16 ERA in 16.1 innings of work this season at the Triple-A level.
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Starting rehab assignment

    Mears (oblique) will begin a rehab assignment with the Rockies' Arizona Complex League affiliate Friday. Mears has been on the shelf since late June with a left oblique strain but is finally ready for games. He would figure to require a lengthy rehab stint and isn't necessarily a lock to rejoin the Rockies' bullpen this season.
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Not yet ready for mound work

    Mears (oblique) has been playing catch since late July but hasn't yet been cleared to throw off a mound, MLB.com reports. Mears has been slow to bounce back from a left oblique strain, which forced him to the 15-day injured list June 28. Since he'll need to throw multiple bullpen sessions, face hitters in live batting practice and complete a rehab assignment prior to being activated, Mears doesn't look as though he'll be ready to rejoin the Rockies' bullpen until late August at the soonest.
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Placed on 15-day IL

    Colorado placed Mears on the 15-day injured list Wednesday with a left oblique strain. Mears suffered the injury while making a relief appearance Tuesday night against the Dodgers and will be sidelined through the All-Star break. Gavin Hollowell is joining the Rockies' bullpen Wednesday in a corresponding move.
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Exits with oblique injury

    Mears left Tuesday's appearance against the Dodgers with a strained left oblique, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports. The right-hander threw a scoreless inning before being replaced by Matt Koch. For now, Mears should be considered day-to-day, but the Rockies will likely have him undergo further testing to see if a trip to the injured list is required.
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Back in big leagues

    Mears was recalled from Triple-A Albuquerque on Sunday. Mears recovered from his oblique strain in early June but was sent to Triple-A after being activated from the injured list by the Rockies. He allowed two earned runs with eight strikeouts over six innings for Colorado before going down with the injury in mid-May.
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Shelved with oblique strain

    The Rockies placed Mears on the 15-day injured list Monday with a left oblique strain, Danielle Allentuck of The Denver Gazette reports. Mears had given up two runs over six relief innings after being recalled from Triple-A Albuquerque in late April. He'll be eligible for activation later this month.
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Recalled from Albuquerque

    Colorado recalled Mears from Triple-A Albuquerque on Sunday. Mears will take the place of Noah Davis on the 26-man roster after Davis was placed on the injured list with elbow inflammation. The right-hander will likely work in a low-leverage capacity out of the Colorado bullpen.
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Optioned to Triple-A

    Mears was optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque by the Rockies on Tuesday. Mears was claimed off waivers by the Rockies from the Rangers in January. The right-hander turned in a 1.27 ERA in seven innings during Cactus League play with 11 strikeouts, but he also walked six while allowing four hits in those contests. Mears will likely be an up-and-down option for the Colorado bullpen through the 2023 season.
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  • Rockies' Nick Mears: Claimed by Rockies

    The Rockies claimed Mears off waivers from Texas on Friday. After spending just four days with the Rangers organization, Mears is on the move for the second time this offseason. The 26-year-old reliever recorded a 4.80 ERA and 1.40 WHIP in the minors last season, though he was able to throw two scoreless frames in the majors at the very end of the year. The Rockies are starving for depth in their bullpen, so it's very possible Mears begins the 2023 season in the majors.
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  • Rangers' Nick Mears: DFA'd by Texas

    Mears was designated for assignment by the Rangers on Tuesday. Mears was claimed off waivers by the Rangers last week, but he was only briefly on the team's 40-man roster. The 26-year-old made only two big-league appearances last season and had a 4.74 ERA over 24.2 innings at Triple-A.
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  • Pirates' Nick Mears: Joins big-league bullpen

    The Pirates recalled Mears from Triple-A Indianapolis on Monday, Kevin Gorman of TribLive.com reports. Starting pitcher Luis Ortiz was optioned to Triple-A to open up a spot on the 28-man active roster for Mears, who will be available out of the bullpen over the Bucs' final three games of the season. Mears has missed most of the season while recovering from arthroscopic elbow surgery, but he's been healthy since late July and was pitching regularly out of the Triple-A bullpen prior to his promotion. Over his final nine outings at Triple-A, Mears allowed three runs (two earned) and struck out nine over 12.1 innings.
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  • Pirates' Nick Mears: Activated and optioned

    Mears (elbow) was activated off the 60-day injured list Saturday and optioned to Triple-A Indianapolis, Alex Stumpf of DKPittsburghSports.com reports. Mears has been out all year after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow in early February. He's been pitching in the minors on a rehab assignment since late May, with a month-long disruption in the middle due to forearm tightness, and he'll remain in the minors for now.
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  • Pirates' Nick Mears: Launching rehab assignment

    Mears (elbow) will begin a rehab assignment with Single-A Bradenton on Tuesday, Alex Stumpf of DKPittsburghSports.com reports. Mears has been out since the beginning of the season while recovering from arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow, but he appears to be on the cusp of a return in the coming weeks. The 25-year-old produced a 5.01 ERA and 1.63 WHIP with 23 strikeouts over 23.1 innings in 30 appearances with Pittsburgh last season.
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  • Pirates' Nick Mears: Close to playing catch

    Pirates director of sports medicine Todd Tomczyk said Wednesday that the team envisions Mears (elbow) playing catch in the coming days, Justice delos Santos of MLB.com reports. Mears has been shut down for two weeks after he experienced right forearm tightness following a rehab start at Triple-A Indianapolis in June. However, the right-hander had his rehab transferred to the Pirates' alternate spring training facility in Florida and is close to resuming a throwing program. Once he's ultimately cleared to resume throwing, Mears will presumably need to build his workload back up following his shutdown.
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