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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 849.3 36.3 3 42 27 3.47 1.46
2020 0.0 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 268.7 12.0 1 14 9 3.75 1.50
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Claims final rotation spot

    Pepiot has won the final spot in the Dodgers' starting rotation, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. The 25-year-old right-hander might only hold that spot for a couple of turns as Tony Gonsolin works back from a left ankle sprain, but Pepiot should carry considerable fantasy streaming appeal for however long he's in the Dodgers' rotation. He posted a cool 3.47 ERA with 42 strikeouts over his first 36.1 major-league innings in 2022.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Set to start Wednesday

    Pepiot (side) is listed as the Dodgers' probable starter for Wednesday's spring game against the Mariners. The right-hander exited his previous Cactus League start Friday due to side discomfort but will make his next turn through the rotation Wednesday. Pepiot made his big-league debut last season and had a 3.47 ERA across 36.1 frames in nine outings (seven starts), and he's making a strong push for a rotation spot to open 2023 with just two runs allowed and a 13:3 K:BB over nine innings during spring training.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Leaves start with side discomfort

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said that Pepiot was dealing with side discomfort during his Cactus League start Friday against the Cubs, Matthew Moreno of reports. "Kind of something in the midsection of his body," Roberts told Dodgers reporter Kirsten Watson. "We just felt after that long third inning, we felt it was smart to put on that next inning and get him ready for his next start." The right-hander went three innings while allowing just one run, walking two and striking out four. The long inning Roberts referred to is an eight-run burst for the Dodgers before Pepiot exited. The 25-year-old has a good chance to open the season in the rotation, and Roberts mentioned that he believes Pepiot will make his next start, but fantasy managers will want to pay close attention to this situation.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Could open year in rotation

    Pepiot is an option to open the season in the Dodgers' rotation if Tony Gonsolin (ankle) isn't ready, manager Dave Roberts told Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times on Friday. Roberts listed Michael Grove as the other option to fill a potential Gonsolin vacancy. Pepiot held a 3.47 ERA with 42 strikeouts over 36.1 innings for the Dodgers last season. He also walked 27, though, and control has been an ongoing issue for the righty. Still, Pepiot boasts real upside and is worth a look as a late-round fantasy target.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Strong impression in spring debut

    Pepiot tossed one scoreless inning in a Cactus League contest against San Diego on Monday, allowing one hit and striking out one batter. While the Dodgers' five-man rotation appears set, the team doesn't yet have a clear option for its long-reliever/sixth-starter role. Pepiot is among the candidates to fill that slot, and he no doubt helped his case with a strong spring debut during which he threw 16 of 21 pitches for strikes and touched 94 mph with his fastball, per Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times. The right-hander did fine over 36.1 innings in his first taste of the majors last season, posting a 3.47 ERA and 26.3 percent strikeout rate, but his 1.46 WHIP and 16.9 percent walk rate were less encouraging. He'll need to improve his command to be a successful big-league starter, so Monday's outing was a step in the right direction, though a one-inning appearance at the start of spring shouldn't be overhyped.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Back in minors

    Pepiot, who was returned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Sept. 21, struck out two over a one-inning start for the affiliate Sunday. Between the majors and Triple-A, Pepiot is up to 127.2 innings in 2022, so the Dodgers could choose to be conservative with the 25-year-old's usage over the final days of the regular season. Pepiot most recently made a spot start for the Dodgers on Sept. 20, but with Tony Gonsolin (forearm) trending toward a return from the 15-day injured list as soon as Sunday, the rookie may not make his way back to the big club this season.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Takes win in Game 1 of twin bill

    Pepiot (3-0) earned the win over the Diamondbacks in the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader, allowing one hit and one walk while striking out four batters over three innings. Michael Grove got the start for Los Angeles and gave the team five innings before Pepiot took over in the sixth. The latter was very effective in his three frames, allowing two of the first three batters he faced to reach base before retiring the next eight. Pepiot served as the 29th man for the doubleheader, so he could return to the minors soon despite the strong outing.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Added as 29th man

    Pepiot will serve as the Dodgers' 29th man in Tuesday's doubleheader against the Diamondbacks. It was reported Monday night that Pepiot would be called up Tuesday, and the Dodgers ultimately made the move official. He will not start the first game of the twin bill, but according to Matthew Moreno of, manager Dave Roberts is hoping Pepiot and starter Michael Grove "will be able to cover the first game." As such, expect Pepiot to follow Grove into the game and work several innings.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Will be used as 29th man

    Pepiot will serve as the 29th man for Tuesday's doubleheader against the Diamondbacks, Juan Toribio of reports. Pepiot is in line for a brief promotion to the big leagues and will head right back down to Triple-A Oklahoma City following the nightcap. Michael Grove is scheduled to start Game 1 of the twin bill, but Pepiot is expected to serve as the primary pitcher, per J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News. He surrendered one unearned run on three hits and four walks while fanning two over two innings in his last major-league action.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Back to Triple-A

    Pepiot was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Monday, Matthew Moreno of reports. The Dodgers have an off day in the middle of this week and the middle of next week, so they can give most of their starters extra rest in the short term even while sticking with a five-man rotation. Pepiot could be recalled the next time the Dodgers want to operate with a six-man rotation or if someone in the rotation gets hurt.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Works two innings behind opener

    Pepiot didn't factor into the decision during Sunday's 9-4 victory over San Diego, allowing an unearned run on three hits and four walks while notching three strikeouts in two-plus innings. Making his first appearance since Aug. 21, Pepiot followed reliever Caleb Ferguson and pitched a messy two-plus frames. The 25-year-old permitted two singles in the second but was able to escape thanks to a double play, however, he didn't fare as well after when an unearned run scored on a hit and two walks in the third. He was pulled after walking the first two batters of the fourth inning and ended up tossing 74 pitches while allowing more baserunners than outs recorded. It's unclear if Pepiot will stick in the rotation as Los Angeles currently has five healthy starters.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Promoted, working behind opener

    The Dodgers recalled Pepiot from Triple-A Oklahoma City on Sunday. After Pepiot made his first seven career MLB appearances as a starter, manager Dave Roberts said the rookie right-hander is scheduled to work as a primary pitcher out of the bullpen behind opener Caleb Ferguson in Sunday's game against the Padres, per Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register. While the setup may end up limiting Pepiot's innings compared to a traditional start, it could help his case for factoring into the decision. If the Dodgers choose to keep a six-man rotation intact for the upcoming week, Pepiot will likely continue to make starts or operate as a primary pitcher while Tony Gonsolin (forearm) is on the shelf.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Optioned to Triple-A

    Pepiot was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Monday. Pepiot started Sunday against the Marlins and gave up two runs on four hits and two walks while striking out seven in six innings to earn the win. In spite of his quality start, the right-hander will head to the minors after Brusdar Graterol (shoulder) was reinstated from the injured list. Although Clayton Kershaw (back) is over a week away from returning, the Dodgers will likely roll with a five-man rotation for now since Dustin May is back in action.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Collects second win

    Pepiot (2-0) earned the win Sunday over the Marlins. He allowed two runs on four hits and two walks with seven strikeouts in six innings. Pepiot put together his longest outing of the campaign while limiting the damage to a two-run home run by Lewin Diaz in the fourth inning. The seven strikeouts were a season high, while the two walks were his second-lowest mark in seven appearances. Pepiot has a 4.02 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 36:22 K:BB through 31.1 innings this year. J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports Clayton Kershaw (back) won't need a rehab assignment, but he's still over a week away from activation. Still, it's unclear if Pepiot will get another turn in the rotation after Dustin May made his return from Tommy John surgery Saturday, which gives the Dodgers six starters on their active roster.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Sticking in rotation

    Manager Dave Roberts said Wednesday that Pepiot will remain in the rotation for at least one more start, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. The 24-year-old took a no-decision Tuesday in Milwaukee after giving up three runs over 4.2 innings and appeared headed for the bullpen with Dustin May (elbow) returning from the injured list this weekend. However, Pepiot will stick in the rotation for at least one more turn and perhaps more as Roberts contemplates a six-man rotation. Pepiot has a 4.26 ERA, 1.50 WHIP and 29:20 K:BB across 25.1 frames through his first six big-league outings.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Permits three runs in no-decision

    Pepiot registered a no-decision during Tuesday's 5-4 loss to Milwaukee, allowing three runs on three hits and five walks with six strikeouts in 4.2 innings. Making a second turn through the rotation, Pepiot found himself down two runs before recording an out, but he was able to limit the damage to a single run thereafter despite heavy traffic on the bases. The 24-year-old failed to record a 1-2-3 inning and walked two straight Brewers with two out in the fifth to prompt his removal. On a positive note, Pepiot recorded 13 swinging strikes on 91 pitches. Dustin May (elbow) is set to rejoin the rotation Saturday, likely pushing Pepiot and his 4.26 ERA to the bullpen or the minors.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Another start coming Tuesday

    Pepiot is listed as the Dodgers' scheduled starting pitcher for Tuesday's game in Milwaukee. Pepiot will again fill the spot in the rotation that belonged to Clayton Kershaw (back), after the rookie previously covered 4.1 innings and surrendered four earned runs on five hits and three walks in last Wednesday's game against the Twins. The Dodgers may not have a spot available for Pepiot beyond Tuesday, however; Dustin May (elbow) is scheduled to make what should be his final minor-league rehab start Sunday, putting him on track to return from the 60-day injured list next weekend.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Struggles but takes no-decision

    Pepiot allowed four runs on five hits and three walks while striking out four batters over 4.1 innings against Minnesota on Wednesday. He did not factor in the decision. Pepiot got through two scoreless innings before a three-run homer off the bat of Jorge Polanco in the third provided the big blow against him. Pepiot allowed another run on a Gary Sanchez solo shot in the fifth and was pulled soon thereafter. This was the worst of the rookie's five starts thus far, as he yielded the most hits and runs of any of his big-league appearances. Pepiot will likely get another start with Clayton Kershaw (back) not yet throwing, but Dustin May (elbow) is slated to return to action next weekend, which could push Pepiot back to the minors.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Called up ahead of start

    Pepiot was recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City ahead of Wednesday's start against the Twins, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. The Dodgers used a four-man rotation in recent days, but Pepiot will return to the majors Wednesday after spending just over a month in the minors. It's possible that Pepiot draws several starts for the major-league club while Clayton Kershaw (back) is on the injured list. Pepiot posted a 3.20 ERA and 0.97 WHIP in 19.2 innings over three starts in the minors following his demotion.
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  • Dodgers' Ryan Pepiot: Starting Wednesday

    Pepiot will be called up from Triple-A Oklahoma CIty to start Wednesday's game against the Twins, Kirsten Watson of SportsNet LA reports. Pepiot was initially expected to start Saturday, but the Dodgers elected to use a four-man rotation over the last few days. However, the right-hander will make his first major-league start since early July as a fill-in for Clayton Kershaw (back). Over four big-league starts, Pepiot has posted a 2.76 ERA and 1.35 WHIP in 16.1 innings.
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