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Apr 23, 2024 6.0 2 2 2.67 9.5
Apr 17, 2024 6.0 2 1 2.14 22
Apr 12, 2024 5.0 1 1 3.00 18
Apr 6, 2024 5.0 0 1 3.60 12.5
Mar 30, 2024 5.0 0 1 5.40 -1

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Hopes were high for Luis Severino as he was another year removed from Tommy John surgery and he pitched very well in 2022, albeit only 89.1 innings after losing over two months with a lat injury. Things got off to an ominous start as he was felled by another lat injury in the spring. For the second time in a year, what was expected to be a quick recovery lingered, delaying Severino's 2023 debut until late May. He pitched well initially, but then things fell apart. On several occasions, Severino's starting role was in jeopardy, but the Yankees were forced to keep him in their injury-depleted rotation. His season mercifully ended in early September with a high-grade oblique strain. Severino's 6.65 ERA was pegged as unlucky by the associated 4.83 xFIP and 4.78 SIERA but the estimators are still well above league average. Severino's velocity was at his usual level, but his changeup wasn't nearly as effective, allowing batters to sit on, and crush his four-seam fastball. This seems correctable, but durability remains an issue. He signed with the Mets on a one-year, $13 million deal, which is about as good of a landing spot as fantasy managers could have hoped for. New York is a competitive team with a spacious home park and both he and the team will be highly incentivized to make this season a success.

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2024 6112.2 27.0 2 2 26 9 2.67 1.26
2023 92.54.9 89.3 4 8 79 34 6.65 1.65
2022 27814.6 102.0 7 3 112 30 3.18 1.00
3y Avg. 1299.2 65.7 4 4 66 22 4.66 1.28
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  • Mets' Luis Severino: Little run support in loss

    Severino (2-2) took the loss Tuesday against the Giants, allowing three runs on five hits while striking out five over six innings. Severino held the Giants scoreless through four frames before four singles in the fifth plated three runs, with only one of those knocks being a hard-hit ball. It was his second start of the year allowing no walks and his second straight quality outing after failing to reach six frames in each of his first three starts. The 30-year-old owns a 2.67 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 26:9 K:BB in 27 innings. He lines up to take the rubber again versus the Cubs next week.
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  • Mets' Luis Severino: Sharp against Bucs on Wednesday

    Severino (2-1) picked up the win Wednesday in a 9-1 victory over the Pirates, allowing one unearned run on five hits and three walks over six innings. He struck out four. Henry Davis reached base to lead off the third inning on a catcher's interference call against Francisco Alvarez and came around to score, but that was the only damage on Severino's line. The right-hander produced his first quality start of the season on 96 pitches (61 strikes), and his 2.14 ERA comes with a 21:9 K:BB through four outings and 21 innings. Severino will take the mound next on the road early next week in San Francisco.
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  • Mets' Luis Severino: Effectively wild in first win

    Severino (1-1) picked up the win Friday, allowing one run on one hit and four walks over five innings in a 6-1 victory over the Royals. He struck out four. The right-hander tossed 55 of 90 pitches for strikes, and aside from a solo shot by Salvador Perez in the second inning, Severino kept Kansas City hitters off balance and took advantage of his defense. Severino has yet to last more than five innings in any of his first three starts, but he's delivered a 3.00 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 17:6 K:BB through 15 innings. He'll try to give the Mets a bit more length in his next outing, which lines up as a home start next week against the Pirates.
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  • Mets' Luis Severino: Strikes out seven in no-decision

    Severino was charged with two runs (one earned) on three hits and two walks over five innings in a no-decision against the Reds on Saturday. He struck out seven. A fielding error by second baseman Jeff McNeil led to the first run of the game, and Severino gave the Reds another run on a bases-loaded walk later in the same inning. However, he buckled down from there and left with a three-run lead, only for the bullpen to give it up. Severino has a 3.60 ERA, 1.60 WHIP and 13:2 K:BB through two starts spanning 10 innings. A projected matchup in Atlanta next week dings his short-term outlook, but the veteran righty will be in the streaming conversation most weeks and should remain rostered in most fantasy leagues, especially in light of the rash of pitching injuries around the league.
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  • Mets' Luis Severino: Can't quiet Brewers bats in loss

    Severino (0-1) took the loss Saturday against the Brewers, coughing up six runs on 12 hits over five innings. He struck out six without walking a batter. The right-hander fired 67 of 88 pitches for strikes, but he wasn't exactly fooling anyone and generated only seven swinging strikes, leading to plenty of contact that found holes in the defense. Severino had similar issues in 2023, giving up 113 hits in 89.1 innings for the Yankees en route to a 6.65 ERA, so this was far from an encouraging first outing with the Mets. The team won't pull the plug on Severino yet, but he'll need to deliver better results to earn the trust of fantasy GMs. He's in line to take the mound next weekend in Cincinnati.
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  • Mets' Luis Severino: Builds up on back field Tuesday

    Severino threw five innings and about 85 pitches in a minor-league game Tuesday, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports. The right-hander has avoided arm trouble this spring, and he says it's the first time he's felt fully healthy in camp since 2018. Severino allowed just one run on a solo shot over nine Grapefruit League innings with an 8:0 K:BB. Severino is on track to start the Mets' second game of the season, following Jose Quintana in the rotation, and while his ugly numbers for the Yankees last year give fantasy GMs plenty of reason to be nervous about rostering him, he has significant bounce-back potential -- the 30-year-old delivered a 3.18 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 27.7 percent strikeout rate against a 7.4 percent walk rate over 102 innings in 2022.
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  • Mets' Luis Severino: Sharp again Wednesday

    Severino allowed one run on two hits over four innings in Wednesday's Grapefruit League game against the Astros. He struck out three without walking a batter. The 30-year-old right-hander is trying to get his career back on track with the Mets after eight seasons with the Yankees, and so far in camp the results have been excellent. The run Severino gave up Wednesday was his first of the spring, and through nine Grapefruit League innings he's posted an 8:0 K:BB while showing good velocity. The Mets are counting on him to plug a hole in their rotation, but since throwing 191.1 innings in 2018, the biggest workload Severino has managed in the majors is 102 innings during 2022 due to a variety of injuries.
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  • Mets' Luis Severino: Flashes velo to begin spring

    Severino struck out one over two scoreless innings in Friday's Grapefruit League game against the Cardinals. In his first game action of the spring, Severino showed good velocity, topping out at 97.8 mph with his fastball, per Anthony DiComo of MLB.com. Injuries have derailed the 30-year-old righty's career and helped lead to a 6.65 ERA and 1.65 WHIP over 89.1 innings for the Yankees last season, but the Mets are hoping Severino can stay on the mound in 2024 and provide them with some reliable innings.
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  • Mets' Luis Severino: Looks ready for spring

    Mets president of baseball operations David Stearns implied Monday that Severino (oblique) is fully healthy ahead of spring training, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Stearns noted that lefty David Peterson (hip), infielder Ronny Mauricio (knee) and right-hander Kyle Crick (calf) are the only players who will be held out of drills to begin camp, which suggests that Severino has a clean bill of health after a high-grade left oblique strain sidelined him for the final month of the 2023 season. Before hitting the shelf, Severino was roughed up to the tune of a 6.65 ERA, 1.65 WHIP and 79:34 K:BB across 89.1 innings in what proved to be his final season with the Yankees, but the Mets are hoping that better health and a change of scenery can help the 29-year-old recapture some semblance of the form that made him one of baseball's top young pitchers just a few seasons prior. After inking a one-year, $13 million deal in November, Severino is likely being penciled in for a back-end spot in the Mets rotation.
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  • Mets' Luis Severino: Heads to Mets on one-year pact

    Severino (oblique) agreed to a one-year, $13 million contract with the Mets on Wednesday, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. The 29-year-old right-hander will make the short move to Queens after a rollercoaster eight-year run with the crosstown Yankees. He arrived in the Bronx with loads of promise back in 2015 but has battled a range of injuries over the last handful of seasons. It was a high-grade oblique strain that cut short his 2023 campaign, and he stumbled to a 6.65 ERA in 89.1 innings when healthy. That said, Severino should be 100 percent by the beginning of spring training in 2024 and figures to have a spot in the Mets' Opening Day rotation if he gets through camp without any physical complications. His career ERA in the majors is 3.79.
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  • Luis Severino: Resumes throwing

    Severino (oblique) has progressed to throwing in his rehab process and is feeling good, Brendan Kuty of The Athletic reports. A high-grade oblique strain forced Severino to miss the final month of the season. The 29-year-old free agent posted a 6.65 ERA and 1.65 WHIP through 89.1 frames in 2023, but his progress in rehab has apparently been encouraging enough to draw interest from a handful of teams.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Out with high-grade oblique strain

    Severino will miss the remainder of the season after being diagnosed with a high-grade left oblique strain, Brendan Kuty of The Athletic reports. Severino's season is over, and his time with the Yankees may be as well given the 29-year-old is an impending free agent. He did not have the walk year he envisioned, posting a 6.65 ERA, 1.65 WHIP and 79:34 K:BB. Severino served up a career-high 23 home runs over just 89.1 innings of work.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Placed on injured list

    Severino landed on the 15-day injured list with an upper-body injury on his left side Saturday. Severino's test results have not yet been revealed, so he's yet to be officially diagnosed with an oblique strain, but the Yankees don't seem optimistic. He'll technically have time to return to the mound before the end of the year, but there's a very real chance he's already thrown his last pitch in pinstripes given that his contract is up at the end of the year. If his season is indeed over, the 29-year-old righty will finish with a 6.65 ERA and 1.65 WHIP across 19 outings, a far cry from the career 3.39 ERA and 1.12 WHIP he'd posted through the end of 2022.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Will undergo testing on side

    Severino will undergo diagnostic testing on his left side Saturday after his early departure from Friday's game against the Brewers. Severino appeared to tweak something in his left side/oblique area while pitching in the top of the fifth inning and made an early exit from the start. He was charged with two earned runs on four hits and one walk over four innings, striking out five. An oblique strain could spell the end of his Yankees tenure, as the 29-year-old is scheduled to become a free agent this winter.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Exits start with injury

    Severino was removed from his start Friday versus the Brewers due to an apparent injury, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. Hoch notes that Severino looked to be experiencing "significant discomfort" in his left side/oblique after giving up a leadoff single to Brice Turang in the top of the fifth inning. The 29-year-old right-hander had surrendered two earned runs on four hits and one walk while striking out five over four innings prior to his departure.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Shaky in no-decision

    Severino came away with a no-decision Saturday in the Yankees' 5-4 win over the Astros, giving up four runs on six hits and a walk over four innings. He struck out three. The right-hander lived in the zone all evening, tossing 75 of his 104 pitches for strikes, but he managed only nine swinging strikes and got taken deep by Michael Brantley in the second inning and Yainer Diaz in the fourth. Severino had put together a 14.2-inning scoreless streak prior to that Brantley homer, but he hasn't been able to sustain success for more than a couple starts at a time this season -- since the beginning of August, the 29-year-old has a 5.20 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 24:9 K:BB through 27.2 innings. If he stays on turn, Severino's next outing would come at home next weekend against the Brewers.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Seven scoreless in win

    Severino (4-8) earned the win Monday, allowing five hits over seven scoreless innings against the Tigers. He struck out eight without issuing a walk. Severino scattered five hits en route to his second consecutive scoreless outing. The enigmatic 29-year-old struck out a season-high eight while not issuing any free passes for just the second time this year. Severino's back-to-back gems have lowered his season-long ERA to 6.64 after it ballooned to an unsightly 8.06 earlier in the month. He tentatively lines up to face a much tougher Astros offense at Minute Maid Park over the weekend.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Will remain in rotation

    Severino will start Tuesday against Atlanta, Brendan Kuty of The Athletic reports. Severino has been in danger of getting moved out of the rotation for multiple weeks now, but the Yankees continue to need him after recently losing Carlos Rodon (hamstring) and Nestor Cortes (shoulder) to injuries and Domingo German to the restricted list. Severino, 29, carries a brutal 8.06 ERA through 63.2 innings this season.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Woes continue Wednesday

    Severino (2-7) took the loss against the White Sox on Wednesday, allowing four runs on five hits and one walk while striking out two batters over two-plus innings. The Yankees moved Severino behind an opener (Ian Hamilton) in an attempt to fix his first-inning struggles, but the adjustment didn't make much of a difference. Severino came on in the second frame and fell behind 3-0 after the fourth batter he faced, Oscar Colas, tagged him for a two-run homer. Severino allowed another run in the third and was pulled after issuing a leadoff walk in the fourth. The right-hander has struggled massively since the start of July, posting an 11.71 ERA and 2.39 WHIP while serving up 10 home runs over 27.2 innings. New York may need to do more than just place Severino behind an opener to help solve the problems that have led to him posting an ugly 8.06 ERA though 14 starts this season.
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  • Yankees' Luis Severino: Not starting Wednesday

    Severino won't start Wednesday's game against the White Sox, but he could be deployed as a primary pitcher out of the bullpen behind Ian Hamilton, who will serve as the Yankees' opener, Gary Phillips of the New York Daily News reports. Hamilton hasn't covered more than three innings in any of his 31 appearances between the majors and minors in 2023, so he's unlikely to work more than once through the White Sox batting order before exiting the contest. Wednesday had been Severino's turn through the rotation, but because he's been lit up to the tune of an 11.22 ERA and 2.34 WHIP over his last six starts, the Yankees may be eager to try him out in a different role. Assuming Severino ends up serving as the Yankees' main option out of the bullpen Wednesday, he'll be the pitcher most likely to factor into any decision, though his innings count may be more suppressed than usual.
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