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Jul 14, 2024 6 2 3.79 7 -2
Jul 12, 2024 6 2 3.55 7 4
Jul 10, 2024 6 2 3.65 7
Jul 7, 2024 6 2 3.72 7 -0.5
Jul 5, 2024 6 2 3.57 7 3.5

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2024 1513.4 38.0 6 2 7 42 14 3.79 1.24
2023 106.51.9 50.7 3 1 51 21 4.09 1.24
2022 1372.3 54.7 2 1 1 62 31 1.15 1.23
3y Avg. 132.52.1 58.0 3 2 1 65 30 2.95 1.22
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  • Mariners' Ryne Stanek: Exits with trainer

    Stanek left Sunday's game against the Angels after walking the first batter he faced in the eighth inning on four straight balls, Shannon Drayer of SeattleSports.com reports. Stanek came on in the eighth to protect a 2-0 lead after Logan Gilbert fired seven scoreless frames. All four of Stanek's pitches were well off the plate, and he left with a trainer. Andres Munoz, who was already the top Mariners reliever to roster in fantasy, should get the save chances going forward.
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  • Mariners' Ryne Stanek: Charged with blown save

    Stanek blew the save Sunday against Toronto, allowing one run on two hits and a walk with a strikeout over one inning. Stanek took the mound in the seventh inning, inheriting a pair of runners with no outs and a 4-1 lead. After striking out Kevin Kiermaier, Stanek surrendered a three-run home run to George Springer, tying the game and resulting in the blown save. Stanek briefly took closing duties from Andres Munoz in mid June while Munoz dealt with a back injury, but Stanek has since yielded ninth-inning work to Munoz.
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  • Mariners' Ryne Stanek: Suffers loss Sunday

    Stanek (5-2) took the loss Sunday against the Twins, allowing two runs on two hits over an inning's work. Stanek entered in the eighth with the game tied at 3-3 after the Mariners were able to knot things up in the bottom of the seventh. He picked up a quick first out but then allowed a base knock followed by a two-run homer to Trevor Larnach, which ultimately decided the game. Sunday ended an 8.2 innings scoreless streak for Stanek, which spanned 10 games. He compiled three saves, two holds and two wins while owning an 11:1 K:BB during that period. The 32-year-old has been dependable for much of the year, owning a 3.78 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 36:11 K:BB in 33.1 innings.
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  • Mariners' Ryne Stanek: Gets fifth win Friday

    Stanek (5-1) got the extra-inning win over the Twins on Friday, firing a perfect 10th inning. Stanek followed Andres Munoz after the latter had fired a perfect ninth frame, and the former was able to match his high-leverage mate in caliber of performance while also earning the win. Stanek needed just nine pitches, six which he located for strikes, to get through his inning, setting down Max Kepler, Manuel Margot and Christian Vazquez in order. The veteran right-hander's pristine effort was an extension of his recent run of excellence, one that's seen him pitch 8.2 consecutive scoreless innings during which he's generated an 11:1 K:BB, two wins, two holds and three saves across 10 appearances.
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  • Mariners' Ryne Stanek: Gets final out for save

    Stanek allowed a hit but was not charged with a run over one-third of an inning, earning the save in Saturday's 7-5 win over the Rangers. Eduard Bazardo struggled in the ninth inning after being brought in with a six-run lead. He gave up three runs and Stanek allowed one inherited runner to score before getting Corey Seager on a groundout to end the contest. Stanek is gaining an increasingly notable role in the Mariners' bullpen, having earned four saves over his last six appearances, though he likely got this opportunity because Andres Munoz had pitched the last two days. Stanek is up to seven saves with a 4.00 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 28:10 K:BB over 27 innings. At this point, the Mariners' closer situation should be considered a committee between Stanek and Munoz, with the latter likely to receive assignments in the highest-leverage spots.
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  • Mariners' Ryne Stanek: Secures sixth save

    Stanek allowed a hit in a scoreless inning to earn the save in Friday's 3-2 win over the Rangers. This was the second outing in a row in which Stanek got a save, as manager Scott Servais deployed Andres Munoz against the top of the Rangers' lineup in the eighth inning. Stanek has kept runs off the board in eight of his last nine outings, though the exception was a three-run meltdown versus the Royals on June 7. He's pitched to a 4.05 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 28:10 K:BB with six saves, 10 holds and two blown saves over 26.2 innings. Stanek's numbers aren't dominant, but he's done well enough to remain in the high-leverage mix. Munoz is still the primary closer, but Servais may be leaning toward a committee approach in the late innings during a busy stretch in which the Mariners play 22 games in 23 days.
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  • Mariners' Ryne Stanek: Collects save Tuesday

    Stanek pitched a perfect inning to earn the save in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the White Sox. Stanek earned the win Monday after the Mariners won in walk-off fashion, and he was able to protect a lead Tuesday. The right-hander has pitched back-to-back days twice in the last week, while Andres Munoz, who recently dealt with a back injury, has taken the mound just once in that span. Stanek has had mixed results as a setup man in 2024, posting a 4.21 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 28:10 K:BB over 25.2 innings while adding five saves, 10 holds and two blown saves.
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  • Mariners' Ryne Stanek: Bounces back with win Monday

    Stanek (4-1) got the win over the White Sox on Monday, allowing two hits and recording three strikeouts over a scoreless ninth inning. Stanek got a couple of days to rest his arm and clear his head after taking a loss against the Royals in a 24-pitch outing Saturday, and the veteran was able to bounce back during a laborious but successful ninth inning. The right-hander worked around a pair of singles he allowed to Oscar Colas and Nicky Lopez by recording swinging strikeouts of Korey Lee, Corey Julks and Luis Robert. Stanek then became the pitcher of record when Cal Raleigh slugged a walk-off grand slam in the home half of the final frame, capping off the reliever's sixth scoreless effort in the last seven outings with a victory.
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  • Mariners' Ryne Stanek: Blows save, takes loss

    Stanek (3-1) blew the save and took the loss Friday against the Royals. He allowed three runs on two hits and three walks over two-thirds of an inning with no strikeouts. Stanek entered the ninth to protect a two-run lead in place of Andres Munoz (back) and melted down in epic fashion. The 32-year-old righty struggled with his command, issuing three walks in an appearance for the first time this season en route to his second blown save. With the outing, his ERA and WHIP rose to 4.56 and 1.35, respectively. Despite the ugly evening, Stanek is likely still in line for Seattle saves while Munoz is unavailable.
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  • Mariners' Ryne Stanek: Lands save

    Stanek threw a perfect ninth inning Thursday against Oakland to pick up the save. Stanek got the call in the ninth with closer Andres Munoz (back) unavailable and corralled his fourth save of the season. While Munoz is expected to return this weekend, Stanek should be the Mariners' go-to closing option in the meantime. The right-hander owns a 3.52 ERA across 23.0 innings, adding three wins and 10 holds in 26 appearances.
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  • Mariners' Ryne Stanek: Collects second save

    Stanek picked up the save Friday against the Cubs. He pitched one inning, allowing one run on one hit with no walks and no strikeouts. Stanek collected the save after Mariners manager Scott Servais elected to use Andres Munoz in the eighth inning. However, Munoz was tasked with retiring the heart of the Cubs lineup (Seiya Suzuki, Cody Bellinger and Christopher Morel), leaving the bottom of the order for Stanek in the ninth. Stanek will likely see additional save chances this season, as it has become clear Munoz is Servais' reliever of choice for high-leverage situations instead of filling a traditional closer role.
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  • Mariners' Ryne Stanek: Secures save against Cleveland

    Stanek notched a save Monday against the Guardians, striking out one batter in a perfect inning. Andres Munoz is expected to be Seattle's primary closer, but he was deployed in the eighth inning Monday to face the heart of Cleveland's order. That left the ninth to Stanek, who looked very closer-like in slamming the door with a 1-2--3 frame for his fifth career save. Munoz should still get the bulk of the save opportunities for the Mariners this season, but his usage Monday suggests that others will get an opportunity from time to time when the situation calls for Munoz to enter earlier than the ninth.
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  • Mariners' Ryne Stanek: Gets first hold as Mariner

    Stanek was credited with a hold in the win over the Red Sox on Friday, allowing a hit and a walk over two-thirds of a scoreless inning. He struck out one. Stanek was far from his sharpest, but the veteran setup man managed to prevent any damage to the Mariners' razor-thin one-run lead in the eighth with the help of Andres Munoz, who closed out the frame with runners on the corners. The fact Stanek was a bit rusty -- he threw just seven of 17 pitches for strikes -- isn't necessarily surprising, considering he worked just three innings for the Mariners in Cactus League play after being acquired from the Astros on March 8.
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  • Astros' Ryne Stanek: Picks up playoff win

    Stanek earned the win in Thursday's 10-3 victory over the Rangers in Game 3 of the ALCS, throwing two-thirds of an inning. Stanek required minimal effort to secure a win, throwing a single pitch to induce a double play to end the inning. The team would then go on to stack up four runs to break the tie in the following inning, leaving Stanek with the decision. Stanek is now up to three wins for his career in the postseason, during which he has pitched to a robust 2.00 ERA and 0.72 WHIP with 20 strikeouts across 18 innings.
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  • Astros' Ryne Stanek: Throwing bullpen session

    Stanek (ankle) will throw a bullpen session Wednesday, Chandler Rome of The Athletic reports. Stanek landed on the 15-day injured list after spraining his right ankle early last week, but it's looking like he'll have a shot to return when his 15 days are up. He holds a 4.07 ERA and 49:21 K:BB over 48.2 innings this season.
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  • Astros' Ryne Stanek: Exits with ankle injury

    Stanek suffered a right ankle injury during his relief appearance in Monday's game against the Rangers, Julia Morales of AT&T SportsNet Southwest reports. He failed to record an out and surrendered one earned run on two hits prior to his departure. Stanek went down hard after covering first base, and he was eventually carted off the field. The Astros will likely re-evaluate him after the game before providing a diagnosis of his injury, but if Stanek is forced to miss significant time, it would be a significant loss to the Houston bullpen. He's posted a 1.86 ERA and 0.62 WHIP with a 9:0 K:BB over his last 10 appearances heading into Monday.
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  • Astros' Ryne Stanek: Reinstated by Astros

    Stanek was activated from the family medical emergency list Friday, Chandler Rome of The Athletic reports. Stanek had been away from the Astros since last weekend while tending to family matters. He returns to a 4.57 ERA and 21:14 K:BB over 21.2 innings.
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  • Astros' Ryne Stanek: Avoids arbitration

    Stanek signed a one-year, $3.6 million contract with Houston on Friday to avoid arbitration, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports. In his final year of arbitration eligibility, Stanek receives a healthy raise from his $2.1 million salary last season. The 31-year-old reliever was impressive out of the bullpen in 2022, posting a miniscule 1.15 ERA and 1.23 WHIP over 54.2 innings with 17 holds.
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  • Astros' Ryne Stanek: Earns first win

    Stanek (1-0) allowed a walk in a scoreless ninth inning to earn the win Monday against the Royals. Stanek entered the game in the ninth inning with the score knotted at six and earned his first win of the season when Yordan Alvarez homered in the bottom of the frame. Stanked turned in his 24th consecutive scoreless appearance and has maintained a 24:9 K:BB across 20 innings in that span. Stanek has an excellent 0.67 ERA with eight holds on the season, though he is likely to be limited to a setup role.
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  • Astros' Ryne Stanek: Throws clean frame

    Stanek did not allow a baserunner or strike out any hitters in a scoreless inning Sunday against the Mariners. Stanek was dealing with tightness in his back throughout the weekend series, but he was able to take the mound in the finale. His performance wasn't particularly notable, as the Astros were down 7-2 when he entered the game. However, with Ryan Pressly (knee) on the injured list, Stanek is a potential source of saves in the short term.
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