October 03, 2021 Morning Edition: Rays News Roundup


This is your Rays Stats, News, Rumors, and Commentary Roundup for the Morning of October 03, 2021.


A Look at Rays Pitchers’ Season Metrics Update


Collin McHugh

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 10.43 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.292 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .209 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 1.71 rate per 9 innings. He has a 0.95 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 81.3% of the time.

Shane Baz

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 11.81 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.143 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .135 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 0.84 rate per 9 innings. He has a 0.56 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 100.0% of the time.

Andrew Kittredge

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 9.67 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.263 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .205 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 1.88 rate per 9 innings. He has a 0.96 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 82.0% of the time.

Adam Conley

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 7.32 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.24 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .206 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 2.75 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.02 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 88.5% of the time.

Louis Head

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 8.23 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.216 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .172 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 2.31 rate per 9 innings. He has a 0.86 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 76.2% of the time.

Ryan Thompson

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 9.79 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.277 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .211 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 2.38 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.03 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 79.3% of the time.

JT Chargois

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 8.72 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.252 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .203 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 3.25 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.08 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 83.9% of the time.

J.P. Feyereisen

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 8.56 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.21 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .174 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 5.43 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.23 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 75.0% of the time.

Tyler Glasnow

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 12.58 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.25 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .176 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 2.76 rate per 9 innings. He has a 0.93 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 82.4% of the time.

Dietrich Enns

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 10.07 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.286 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .207 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 2.42 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.03 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 69.4% of the time.

Drew Rasmussen

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 8.64 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.255 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .202 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 2.96 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.08 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 73.3% of the time.

Jeffrey Springs

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 12.69 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.28 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .212 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 2.82 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.1 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 76.9% of the time.

Shane McClanahan

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 10.29 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.328 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .251 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 2.70 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.27 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 78.9% of the time.

Pete Fairbanks

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 11.81 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.349 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .240 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 4.43 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.43 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 67.6% of the time.

Matt Wisler

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 11.33 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.307 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .228 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 1.89 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.07 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 64.2% of the time.

Luis Patino

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 8.48 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.27 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .235 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 3.46 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.3 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 72.4% of the time.

Chris Archer

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 9.78 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.294 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .240 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 3.72 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.34 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 68.8% of the time.

David Robertson

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 13.09 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.36 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .256 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 3.27 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.36 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 65.6% of the time.

Now onto the News, Rumors, and Commentary…

“Lowe launched three homers and drove in seven runs, a career day at the plate that put him on the brink of a 40-homer, 100-RBI campaign, as the Rays breezed past the Yankees, 12-2, for their 100th win of the season. Yankees • Standings update: Clinched first place in the AL East • Home-field advantage: Clinched through the AL Championship Series The Rays have won 100 games in a season for the first time in franchise history to become the Majors’ third 100-win team of 2021, joining the Giants and Dodgers. “Do I wish there was a certain thing that you could go back and just erase a few at-bats over the season and call it a full year? Sure,” Lowe said. Clearly, that did not matter to Brandon Lowe and the rest of the Rays.”

Above is the summary of: Rays reach century mark with Lowe’s 3 HRs… tap or click to check out the full article.

“It’s a credit to just the amount of quality pitchers that we know that we can rely on in different save situations,” Rays manager Kevin Cash said. • Rays Stat of the Day, August 2021 With 39 homers this season, Lowe is tied for second (with Carlos Peña, 2009) for the highest single-season home run total in franchise history. If he gets there in the Rays’ regular-season finale, this would be the second time in franchise history Tampa Bay would have two players (also Austin Meadows) with 100 RBIs; Evan Longoria and Carlos Peña were the first to do so in 2009. “It’s a credit to all those guys.”

Above is the summary of: Stat of the Day: Lowe racks ’em up in Bronx… tap or click to check out the full article.

“Last season, we saw two of the most electric postseason debuts of all time, as Randy Arozarena guided the Rays all the way to the World Series with a record-breaking 10 home runs while Ian Anderson brought the Braves to within one game of joining Tampa Bay, posting a 0.96 ERA across four starts, including a heroic outing to give Atlanta a chance in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series. Alex Vesia, LHP, Dodgers Vesia has been one of the better relievers in baseball all season, but he’s flown under the radar, as his name might not be as recognizable as the likes of Crochet and Houck. While Aaron isn’t an All-Star yet, he’s still carved himself a role with the NL Central champs, posting a 1.78 ERA and holding hitters to a .168 average since the start of August. He got a taste of postseason baseball last season, throwing two hitless innings in the ALCS as the opener.”

Above is the summary of: These rookies can make an October splash… tap or click to check out the full article.

“3 prospect has left the yard five times in his past six games, and he’s now clubbed a homer in two straight games. The 13th-ranked Giants prospect worked around a pair of hits and two walks to post six scoreless frames for Triple-A Sacramento. 13), Triple-A Sacramento After enduring a rough stretch in September, Sean Hjelle finished his season with one of his best outings of the year. Pratto is five RBIs shy of the century mark and has posted an even .600 OPS in 122 games across two levels.”

Above is the summary of: Prospect J. Lowe homers in 3-hit night… tap or click to check out the full article.

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