Todd Zola ranks the week's pitching as the season comes into the final stretch. K. 89. While his xFIP of 3.81 confirms what most already know, that he wasn't quite as good as the low ERA might indicate, Lynn still is a quality fantasy arm who's even more valuable in real life. Command is typically the last piece of the puzzle to return for pitchers returning from Tommy John surgery, and we saw that from Lynn in 2017 as he allowed too many homers. The lack of faith in his breaking and offspeed pitches puts Lynn in a tough spot in today's game, with so many hitters sitting dead-red on fastballs. Despite missing 2016 after Tommy John surgery, Lynn's 221 starts since 2012 are the 19th most in MLB. Latest on Texas Rangers starting pitcher Lance Lynn including complete game-by-game stats on ESPN Was 10-10, 4.77 (83 ER/156.2 IP) in 31 games/29 starts with the MIN and NYY…were his fewest wins and innings in a full season…issued just 0.80 HR/9.0 IP (14 HR), the 5th lowest ratio among A.L. Recovering from November 2015 Tommy John surgery. leaders in ERA (7th, 3.67), opp. St. Louis Cardinals activated RHP Lance Lynn from the 60-day disabled list. It's not often you see a rookie get placed on the 60-day DL in August yet still pitch in the World Series, but a strained oblique muscle ended Lynn's strong rookie campaign (at least the regular season part) on Aug. 9. Lynn's ceiling is limited, but he provides a solid foundation, stabilizing any fantasy rotation. National Team: us USA (College) Full Name: Michael Lance Lynn Twitter: @lancelynn31. RotoWire News: Lynn (6-3) was charged with the loss against Houston on Thursday, surrendering 10 runs (nine earned) on 12 hits and two walks while striking out five across 5.2 innings. St. Louis Cardinals sent RHP Lance Lynn on a rehab assignment to Springfield Cardinals. He still is just entering his prime and should only improve in 2014. K. SV. St. Louis Cardinals sent RHP Lance Lynn on a rehab assignment to Palm Beach Cardinals. pitchers (min. Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Lance Lynn. Lance Lynn Stats, Fantasy & News. What's that mean for aces like Gerrit Cole with the playoffs on tap? Right forearm strain. ERA. It was discovered early in the offseason that Lynn had pitched through pain for much of the season following his short DL stint in June with a forearm strain. He reduced his homers in 2018, but Lynn walked 11% of the batters he faced which offset his gains in home-run suppression and helped push his ERA up nearly to where his 2017 FIP was. and 2.91 home ERA was 14th in league…Recorded 100 K's pre-All Star break for the 4th-straight year (102)…Had his shortest outing as a starter 8/13 vs. Lynn (6-3) was charged with the loss against Houston on Thursday, surrendering 10 runs (nine earned) on 12 hits and two walks while striking out five across 5.2 innings. More bio, uniform, draft, salary info Fired three double-digit strikeout games with a season-high 11 (8/4 at CIN) and 10 twice (4/9 vs. CIN & 9/11 vs. MIL)... Lost team & personal season high 5-straight decisions 8/9-9/5 before earning the win in 9/21 start at MIL. Player … His numbers with the Yankees, in a small sample size, were much better than what he did with the Twins, and Lynn credited a change in mound positioning for much of his late success. Allowed two earned runs or less in 13 of his last 16 starts...Went 6-3 in 14 starts vs. NL Central clubs, 3.08 ERA. SV. This the last week to be relatively confident in two-start opportunities. St. Louis Cardinals transferred RHP Lance Lynn from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list. Rest-of-Season Projections. 50.0 IP) in that span…ranked among the A.L. While his numbers may not be all that exciting, he should still deliver quality numbers in 2015 for his fantasy owners and likely at a very reasonable cost. The 2008 draft pick out of Ole Miss got better as the season went along (5-2 with a 1.81 ERA in 11 second-half starts for Double-A Springfield). St. Louis scored just 66 runs combined in 27 of Lynn's 31 starts (2.4 runs/game), the exceptions being 10 runs 9/23 vs. CIN, 8 on 5/12 at CLE and 6 on 8/7 at MIL & 8/29 at SF… Averaged 102.8 pitches per start (6th NL) through his first 23 starts (8/18) tossing 100 or more pitches in 17 of 23 starts, then averaged 86.0 pitches per start over final eight starts (8/24-10/4) with no starts over 100 pitches and only three over 90 pitches…Hurled seven scoreless starts in 2015, tied for the most on the Cardinals (Martinez) and T8th in MLB…Allowed 13 home runs with his 0.67 HR allowed/9 IP ranking 10th in the N.L…Tied for the team lead with 8 hits as pitcher (single-season high), two of which were doubles (T3rd NL pitchers)…Missed 14 games on the disabled list 6/8-24 with right forearm tightness…Went 10-6 with a 2.63 ERA in 23 night starts vs. 2-5, 4.32 ERA in eight daytime starts. Although it may take a few outings for him to hit his previous stride, as he'll have been away from the majors for over a year, Lynn will look to return to his 2014 and 2015 form. Todd Zola ranks the week's staring pitching as the regular season comes down the stretch. ERA. St. Louis Cardinals optioned Lance Lynn to Memphis Redbirds. Lynn (4-2) took the loss Thursday against the Astros, allowing six runs on eight hits and two walks across six innings. 1.06. Lynn delivered his best season as a pro in 2014, going 15-10 with a terrific 2.74 ERA while posting his second consecutive season with over 200 innings. Latest on Texas Rangers starting pitcher Lance Lynn including news, stats, videos, highlights and more on ESPN Fortunately for the Cardinals and fantasy owners alike, the procedure was a success and Lynn is expected to return to action in 2017. 150.0 IP)…posted a career best 9.25 K/9.0 IP. Made a team-leading 33 starts after missing the 2016 season due to right elbow ligament replacement surgery...his 33 starts equaled career highs (2013 & 14) and marked his 4th straight season of 30 or more starts...Ranked among National League leaders in starts (33, T1st), ERA (3.43, 7th), batting average against (.223, 6th), H/9 IP (7.29, 6th), walks (78, 2nd), BB/9 IP (3.77, 2nd) and hit batsmen (T5th, 10)...Finished eighth in the NL with a 0.97 GIDP/ 9 IP and T10th with a single-season career-high 20 double plays induced...His career best .205 opponent BA vs. right-handers (71-for-350) ranked seventh among National League pitchers (Scherzer .139) and was the T13th-lowest single-season mark all-time in Cardinals history...His 153 strikeouts ranked third on the St. Louis staff and was a single-season career low...reached the 150 strikeout plateau for the fifth time in his career, tied for third-most all-time in Cardinals history (Bob Gibson-11, Adam Wainwright-6)...Held opposition to two earned runs or fewer in MLB co-leading 23 starts (Drew Pomeranz) including a stretch of nine in a row from 7/4-8/16, and one earned run run or fewer in 15 starts (T2nd in MLB behind the Yankees' Luis Severino, 17)...Ranked sixth in the NL with a career-low .193 average (47-for-244) with runners on base...was the fourth-lowest single-season mark all-time in Cardinals history...also ranked eighth with .227 average (29-for-128) with runners in scoring position...Was 6-3 with a 2.95 ERA (88.1 IP, 29 ER) in 15 home starts, ranking sixth in the NL in ERA and 11th in opponent average (.217)...Posted a 5.79 ERA (32.2 IP, 21 ER) in the first inning of starts but a combined 2.92 ERA (153.2 IP, 50 ER) afterwards...Pitched at least 6.0 frames in 19 starts (18 quality), including 12-straight from 7/9-9/7 that tied him with Pittsburgh's Gerrit Cole for longest in the majors over that time span...Began batting as a switch hitter for the first time in his MLB career in July 4 start; LHB: 1-for-20 (.050), 2B...RHB: 3-for-34 (.088), 2B...Reached 800 career strikeouts in his May 10 start vs. Miami, becoming the 12th Cardinals pitcher to reach that milestone. (Wainwright, 0.40; Kershaw 0.41)...Had six scoreless starts in 2014; five 7.0 IP and one 6.2 IP...Went 7-4 with a 2.11 ERA in 16 starts after 7/4, the top ERA on the Cardinals staff and 6th-best in the N.L. Lynn was inconsistent again in 2013, but still managed to put up very good numbers for the Cardinals by season's end. Tied his single-season high with 33 starts, coming in back-to-back years (2013)...Compiled over 200 innings in each of his last two seasons...Was tied for the Major League lead with 29 starts allowing three runs or less (Felix Hernandez, Johnny Cueto)...Allowed 3 runs or less in 29 of 33 starts and threw 100 pitches or more in 27 of 33 starts...Ranked among National League pitching leaders in wins (15, T8th), ERA (2.74, 9th) and strikeouts (181, 14th). Lance Lynn assigned to Springfield Cardinals from Palm Beach Cardinals. WHIP. Although it was a minuscule sample size against subpar competition at High-A Palm Beach and Double-A Springfield, the outings were encouraging nonetheless as he recorded seven strikeouts and allowed just one earned run without surrendering a single walk. Ultimately, Lynn appears to be a good bet to open the year as a stater, but he will need to continue to pitch well in order to keep his spot for all of 2013. James Anderson releases his super early top 400 redraft rankings, which features a trio of Atlanta hitters in the top 20. BA (7th, .243), and WHIP (7th, 1.22)…turned in the 5th-most quality starts (20) in the A.L., including 8 straight from 5/10-6/19, one shy of the Texas club record done 6 times (single-season or multiple seasons). Lynn (4-1) allowed four runs (three earned) on five hits and three walks while striking out six across six innings to take the loss Saturday against the Dodgers. He struck out seven. His nine wins at home ranked T4th among N.L. His 126 pitches were a career high...Became the 7th Cardinals pitcher to win 40 career games before his 100th appearance (40 wins/97 games) on 6/13...Attained his 500th career strikeout during the 6/18 game vs. NYM; lasted 6.0 innings, allowing two runs in a 3-2 loss...Suffered 1-0 loss in his start at CIN 9/11, a complete game effort allowing a run in the bottom of the 8th, and only three hits...Made two starts in the postseason posting a 3.09 ERA without recording a decision...Threw 6.0 innings in a quality start allowing two runs on seven hits with eight strikeouts at LAD (10/4) in Game 2 of the National League Division Series, a 3-2 St. Louis loss...The eight strikeouts were a postseason career high and were T4th most by a 2014 postseason pitcher and tied for most by a Cardinals pitcher with John Lackey...Threw 5.2 innings in a no decision in Game 2 of the NLCS vs. SF (10/12) in a game the Cardinals eventually won 5-4...His 11 strikeouts in the postseason were T11th among pitchers.
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