MacKenzie Gore Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 2" / 192 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/24/1999 (24)
MacKenzie Gore Season Stats
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MacKenzie Gore News
Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez confirmed that left-hander MacKenzie Gore's (finger) season is over. The team was close to shutting him down innings-wise anyway, but his blister was the deciding factor. The Nationals put Gore on the 15-day injured list last Saturday due to the blister on one of his left fingers, and now he's officially done for the rest of the year. The 24-year-old southpaw had a decent first full season in the big leagues in 2023 in his first year in D.C., going 7-10 with a 4.42 ERA (4.89 FIP), 1.40 WHIP, 57 walks and 151 strikeouts in 136 1/3 innings over 27 starts for the Nats. Gore will look to build on that in his third major-league season in 2024.
The Washington Nationals put starting pitcher MacKenzie Gore (finger) on the 15-day injured list as a result of left finger blisters. The 24-year-old coughed up four runs (three homers) with two walks across four innings despite nine days of rest in his time out. Gore will now be out for at least two weeks, putting the remainder of his 2023 season in limbo. The former No. 3 overall pick presented promising results in the first half of the last two campaigns, but faltered in the second part once again. Gore's erratic ways saw him log a 5.10 ERA in his latest 15 starts (72.1 innings) since June 10. Redraft fantasy managers can likely pull the plug in favor of a better stash at this stage.
The Washington Nationals placed left-hander MacKenzie Gore on the bereavement list on Thursday and recalled pitcher Joe La Sorsa from Triple-A Rochester in a corresponding move. Gore will be away from the Nationals for at least their next three games heading into the weekend. In his first year in D.C. and just his second in the big leagues, the 24-year-old southpaw has gone 7-10 with a 4.28 ERA (4.67 FIP), 1.38 WHIP, 55 walks and 147 strikeouts in 132 1/3 innings over 26 starts. Although he's been a bit fortunate in eight starts since the All-Star break, Gore has posted a 4.01 ERA (5.61 FIP), 16 walks and 39 strikeouts in 42 2/3 innings since July 17.
San Diego Padres starting pitcher MacKenzie Gore will likely open 2021 in the minors following the Padres' addition of three new starters to their rotation. But when the opportunity opens up for Gore to join San Diego, he'll be an impact pitcher almost immediately. After hitting a bit of a sophomore slump in 2018, Gore was electric in 2019 between High- and Double-A. Over 20 starts, Gore posted a 9-2 record with a 1.69 ERA, 0.832 WHIP, 35.7 percent strikeout rate, and 7.4 percent walk rate in 101 innings. Granted there was a slight dip in his numbers upon his promotion to Double-A, but it was only down to a 27.8 percent strikeout rate and an 8.9 percent walk rate over five starts. Once a spot opens up for Gore (ADP 338), he'll be a high-end streaming option right out the gate. If he gets more than a brief appearance in the rotation, he'll be a must add in almost every format.