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Jul 12, 2024 3.1 3 1 2.45 -5.5
Jun 24, 2024 3.0 3 1 1.77 4.5
Jun 19, 2024 4.0 3 1 1.67 -0.5
Jun 6, 2024 6.0 3 0 1.07 29
May 31, 2024 6.0 2 0 1.30 19

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A sixth-round pick in 2021, Bryan Woo debuted in June to little fanfare. He ended up taking the ball 18 times for the Mariners around a stint on the injured list with right forearm inflammation, and Woo pitched well enough to position himself as the club's fifth starter -- at least tentatively. Woo throws the kitchen sink at opposing hitters (four-seamer, sinker, cutter, slider, changeup) and it's all helped by the extension he gets on his throws. His strikeout rate was relatively modest at 25.1%, but his minor-league K rates suggest there is room for growth in that department. He was bit by the long ball occasionally, and it's possible Seattle brings in another starter to two this winter to bump Woo down the depth chart. He's not assured of a starting role to begin 2024, but Woo will likely be needed for a good number of starts either way.

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2024 121.513.5 44.0 3 1 29 5 2.45 0.89
2023 170.59.5 87.7 4 5 93 31 4.21 1.21
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Shelled in return

    Woo did not factor into the decision in Friday's 6-5 loss to the Angels, allowing four runs on nine hits and two walks over 3.1 innings. He struck out just one. Despite his fastball clocking in at 94.9 mph, up 0.2 mph from his season average, Woo looked rusty in his return from a hamstring injury against an unspectacular Angels lineup. The Seattle right-hander generated only six whiffs on 66 pitches and allowed a career-high nine hits. Even with this poor performance, Woo closes out the first half with a 2.45 ERA, 0.89 WHIP and 29:5 K:BB across 44 innings.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: May need another rehab start

    Woo (hamstring) threw 45 pitches and allowed two runs on a hit with two walks and two strikeouts over 2.2 innings during his rehab start with High-A Everett on Saturday, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. The 24-year-old rejoined the Mariners on Sunday, but manager Scott Servais was non-committal on whether the right-hander will require an additional rehab outing. The club wants Woo to be able to cover at least four or five innings before being reinserted into the big-league rotation, so it wouldn't be surprising if he's sent on another rehab outing to further build up his workload before being activated.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Nursing hamstring injury

    Woo was removed from Monday's game against the Rays due to right hamstring tightness. Woo left his start with the team trainer after suffering what looked to be a right leg injury, and he's since been diagnosed with a hamstring issue. The team should have a better idea of whether he'll require a trip to the injured list after further evaluation, and he's set to undergo an MRI on Tuesday, per Daniel Kramer of MLB.com.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Exits early versus Rays

    Woo left Monday's contest in the fourth inning due to an apparent right leg injury, Shannon Drayer of SeattleSports.com reports. Woo pitched three scoreless innings, allowing four hits while striking out three batters to open his outing Monday. He then surrendered a leadoff single to Richie Palacios in the bottom of the fourth inning and was removed thereafter with a right leg injury. Woo was visibly upset after tweaking something in his leg and a more exact diagnosis will likely come in the near future.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: MRI comes back clean

    Mariners general manager Justin Hollander said Wednesday that the MRI on Woo's arm "was perfectly clean," and the right-hander could be reinserted into the rotation as early as next week, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. The 24-year-old was scratched ahead of his scheduled start Tuesday against the White Sox due to what the team labeled as a "right forearm issue," but he doesn't appear to be dealing with anything too serious. It's unclear when exactly Woo will make his next start, though it seems the Mariners will attempt to avoid putting him on the injured list.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Awaiting MRI results on arm

    Woo was scratched from his scheduled start Tuesday against the White Sox as the Mariners await MRI results on his right arm, Adam Jude of The Seattle Times reports. The right-hander missed the first six weeks of the season with elbow inflammation and is now potentially dealing with another arm issue a month later. Woo has been dominant in six starts for Seattle with a 1.07 ERA, 0.53 WHIP and 24:2 K:BB over 33.2 innings, but his outlook is now up in the air as he continues to be evaluated.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Scratched from start

    Woo will not start Tuesday's game versus the White Sox, Shannon Drayer of Seattle Sports 710 AM reports. The Mariners have not yet said why Woo won't start as scheduled Tuesday, but an update on his status should come in the near future. In the meantime, Jhonathan Diaz will come up from Triple-A Tacoma to start in Woo's place.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Twirls six scoreless innings

    Woo (3-0) picked up the win Thursday, allowing two hits and no walks with six strikeouts across six scoreless innings against Oakland. Woo threw a season-high 85 pitches Thursday, an encouraging sign for the 24-year-old after he missed all of April with elbow inflammation and exited his first start after his IL stint with forearm tightness. Even with a restricted pitch count, the right-hander has generated four consecutive quality starts and has fired 12 straight scoreless innings, giving him a 1.07 ERA and 24:2 K:BB through 33.2 innings. Woo's tentatively scheduled to face the White Sox on Tuesday.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Victorious again

    Woo (2-0) earned the win Tuesday, yielding two hits and no walks with seven strikeouts across six scoreless innings against the Yankees. Woo's been excellent to start 2024, allowing just one run across 15.2 innings after missing the first month of the campaign with elbow inflammation. The 24-year-old still seems to be on a pitch count, as he only threw 77 pitches Tuesday and hasn't exceeded 80 pitches in a start this year. He's projected to make another start Sunday at Washington.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Battling forearm tightness

    Woo said after Friday's 8-1 win over the Athletics that he has been dealing with tightness in his forearm, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Woo acknowledged that he experienced forearm tightness during his recent minor-league rehab outings, but the issue didn't prevent the Mariners from activating him from the 15-day injured list Friday ahead of his 2024 MLB debut. The right-hander struck out three and allowed just one hit and one walk over 4.1 innings Friday, but he ended up being pulled as a precaution after the forearm tightness cropped up again. Mariners manager Scott Servais said he expects Woo to be fine, and for now, the expectation is that the 24-year-old will make his next start, which is expected to come Wednesday against Kansas City.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Starting Friday

    Woo (elbow) is expected to be activated from the 15-day injured list to start Friday's game against the Athletics, Shannon Drayer of Seattle Sports 710 AM reports. Woo has been on the injured list all year due to right elbow inflammation, but he has now been given the green light to make his season debut with the Mariners. The 24-year-old righty did not give up a run through 11.1 innings during his three rehab starts at Triple-A Tacoma, and he managed to strikeout 17 batters while walking none. Emerson Hancock is expected to be optioned to Tacoma once Woo is activated.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Season debut coming soon

    Woo (elbow) is expected to rejoin the Mariners' rotation during their upcoming homestand, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports. Manager Scott Servais wasn't ready to give an exact date for Woo's return but noted that it will be a day which would allow for an extra day of rest for the team's other starters. That would seem to point to Woo starting Friday against the Athletics, but the exact plans should be revealed soon. Emerson Hancock will be optioned to Triple-A Tacoma when Woo returns.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Terrific in first rehab start

    Woo (elbow) struck out five over three perfect innings in his first rehab start with Triple-A Tacoma on Sunday. Woo needed just 35 pitches to cruise through his three frames in a difficult pitching environment in Las Vegas. The velocity on his four-seamer was down a bit at 93.9 miles per hour, but that's not overly concerning considering it was his first game action in more than a month. Woo is in line for multiple rehab starts but could be ready to rejoin the Mariners rotation by early May.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Starting rehab stint

    Woo (elbow) is making a rehab start with Triple-A Tacoma on Sunday in Las Vegas, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. The right-hander went down with elbow inflammation late in spring training but has now been cleared for game action. Woo will likely require multiple starts in the minors before joining the Mariners, so he could make his season debut in early May.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: More progress Friday

    Woo (elbow) threw an up-down bullpen session Friday and could head out on a rehab assignment with Triple-A Tacoma at some point next week, SeattleSports.com reports. The update comes via Mariners general manager Justin Hollander, who added Woo will need to get in a live batting practice as his next step before engaging in a three-inning rehab start. Woo would likely be set for two rehab starts overall whenever he does make it down to the farm, per Hollander, and he then would be evaluated for possible activation.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Resumes throwing

    Woo (elbow) has begun a throwing program, Shannon Drayer of Seattle Sports 710 AM reports. Woo was shut down for a little over a week with right elbow inflammation but is ready to get built back up. It shouldn't take too terribly long for that to happen since he was fully stretched out by late March, but the Mariners won't establish a timetable for Woo's return until he makes further strides.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Officially placed on IL

    The Mariners placed Woo (elbow) on the 15-day injured list Thursday. Woo was on track to be included in the Mariners' Opening Day rotation until he was unable to get loose during a bullpen session earlier this week. According to MLB.com, Woo underwent an MRI that revealed "mild inflammation" and no structural damage. Though he seems to have avoided a major setback, Woo will still be shut down from throwing until early next week and will require some time to build back up. Emerson Hancock was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma on Thursday and will fill a back-end spot in the Seattle rotation until Woo is ready to come off the IL.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Trying to improve versus lefty bats

    Woo, who logged 18 starts as a rookie in 2023, is focusing on improving considerably against left-handed hitters in his second season, Brandon Gustafson of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. The right-hander, who made the jump straight from the Double-A level to the majors, finished with a 4-5 record and serviceable 4.21 ERA and 1.21 WHIP across his first 87.2 big-league frames. However, Woo had some drastic splits, surrendering a .283 average and .928 OPS in 180 plate appearances versus left-handed bats, numbers exponentially worse than the respective .179 and .494 figures he surrendered to righty bats. Woo, who's penciled in as the Mariners' No. 5 starter as spring camp gets underway, says he is absorbing plenty from two other accomplished young arms above him in the rotation in George Kirby and Logan Gilbert, who already have solid major-league resumes.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Inefficient versus Rangers

    Woo allowed two hits and three walks while striking out five over 3.2 shutout innings in a no-decision versus the Rangers on Friday. While he didn't give up a run, Woo needed 82 pitches (44 strikes) to get 11 outs. Manager Scott Servais elected not to push the young right-hander further, and the bullpen was able to keep the shutout going with 5.1 scoreless innings distributed between five relievers. Woo finishes the regular season with a 4.21 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 93:31 K:BB as well as a 4-5 record through 18 starts spanning 87.2 innings. He also logged 44 innings with a 2.05 ERA with Double-A Arkansas after throwing just 57 innings across three levels last year. Should the Mariners push their way into the postseason, Woo would likely work out of the bullpen if he gets onto the playoff roster at all.
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  • Mariners' Bryan Woo: Surrenders four homers in loss

    Woo (4-5) allowed six runs on five hits and two walks while striking out six in just 3.1 innings during a loss to the Rangers on Sunday. Sunday was a nightmare outing for Woo, who had given up just six home runs in 16 starts heading into the day but surrendered four long balls and recorded just 10 outs in Texas. Marcus Semien led things off with a solo blast in the first followed by a two-run shot from Corey Seager in the third. Adolis Garcia then kicked off the fourth with a homer and Woo was finally pulled after Leody Taveras went deep just three batters later. Woo has sandwiched two scoreless outings in between two poor outings during which he combined to give up 11 runs. He'll look to end the regular season on the right foot with a rematch against the Rangers this weekend.
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