Tyler Mahle Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 3" / 210 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/29/1994 (28)
Tyler Mahle Season Stats
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Tyler Mahle News
Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Tyler Mahle (shoulder) will not take the mound again this season. The right-hander has been shut down since September due to lingering shoulder problems. This is a shame as Mahle only ended up making four starts as a member of the Twins roster. Although, he was solid throughout most of the season, so the hope is that it'll continue in 2023. Fantasy managers who were holding Mahle can safely drop him now.
Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Tyler Mahle (shoulder) was placed on the 15-day injured list with right shoulder inflammation. The 27-year-old righty was just activated from the IL on Saturday and started against the White Sox before exiting after two innings with the same shoulder injury. This is clearly a recurring issue for Mahle and with just a month left in the regular season, the Twins may decide to keep him out for the remainder. The team should provide an update on him within the next week. Jovani Moran was recalled from Triple-A St. Paul in a corresponding move.
Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Tyler Mahle (shoulder) made his return from the injured list Saturday, and he gave up four runs in two innings. He did not strike out or walk a batter, and he was removed having thrown just 37 pitches. This was not the outing Mahle or the Twins were looking for against the division rival Chicago White Sox, and fantasy managers have every reason to be concerned as the 2022 season approaches a conclusion. Mahle has a 4.40 ERA and 1.22 WHIP with 126 strikeouts in 120 2/3 innings this season.
Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Tyler Mahle continues his progression and is ready to be a mainstay in your fantasy rotation. He maximized every opportunity in the shortened 2020 and provided 47 innings of 3.59 ERA (3.88 FIP) and 1.15 WHIP with nine starts. Mahle was also in the 90th percentile with his .188 xBA and generated 33% Chase and 14% Swinging Strike rates. A change in his pitch mix led to most of his success. Mahle dropped the cutter he used in 2019 for the slider he employed in 2018; it was a smart move as it generated a 37% strikeout rate. While that all sounds rosy, we must point out that there will be a little correction of his BABIP (.255) and that he needs to keep his generosity in check. Mahle walked 10.4% of batters which drags down the excitement of his 30% strikeout rate. It is also quite risky to employ a 50% fly ball strategy if you call Great American Ball Park your home. There's no question Mahle has made great strides thus far. If he can limit the walks and keep the ball in the yard at a respectable level, he'll provide plenty of value, even at his current ADP of 174. It might be smart to make sure you've already rostered a couple of quality foundational starters before he joins your staff.