September 26, 2021 Morning Edition: Rays News Roundup


This is your Rays Stats, News, Rumors, and Commentary Roundup for the Morning of September 26, 2021.


A Look at Rays Pitchers’ Season Metrics Update


Andrew Kittredge

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 9.56 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.246 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .191 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 1.94 rate per 9 innings. He has a 0.9 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 83.3% of the time.

Collin McHugh

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 10.60 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.293 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .208 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 1.74 rate per 9 innings. He has a 0.95 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 81.0% 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.

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 8.71 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.244 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .198 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 2.96 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.03 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 84.3% of the time.

Louis Head

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 8.07 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.22 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .177 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 2.51 rate per 9 innings. He has a 0.9 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 75.3% 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.

J.P. Feyereisen

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 8.39 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.206 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .173 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 5.53 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.23 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 74.6% 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 9.00 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.268 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .211 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 3.17 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.14 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 73.0% 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 10.32 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 2.77 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.28 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 79.2% of the time.

Pete Fairbanks

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 11.54 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.346 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .241 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 4.57 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.45 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 67.0% of the time.

Matt Wisler

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 11.57 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.309 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .227 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 1.93 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.07 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 63.4% of the time.

Luis Patino

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 8.59 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.273 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .237 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 3.56 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.32 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 72.1% 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.

Chris Mazza

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 6.39 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.293 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .260 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 2.49 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.26 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 67.1% of the time.

Josh Fleming

This season, he has been ringing up hitters with 5.63 strikeouts per 9 innings. He has yielded a 0.292 BABIP this season. Hitters are hitting .266 against him this season.
This season, he has been walking hitters at a 2.68 rate per 9 innings. He has a 1.35 WHIP this season. When men get on base, he leaves them stranded 66.3% of the time.

Now onto the News, Rumors, and Commentary…

“The AL East sent three teams to last year’s expanded postseason field and could feature four 90-win clubs this season, and the Rays have shown themselves to be the class of the division. After sprinting to their first AL East championship in a decade during last year’s 60-game season, the Rays’ talent and depth won out over the course of a six-month, 162-game campaign. They set their sights higher, refusing to settle for anything less than their second straight division championship in the unforgiving AL East. … Our first and second goals are accomplished, and now we’re ready to take the next step.” This is the first time the Rays have won back-to-back AL East titles, and Saturday was the first time in franchise history they were able to celebrate a division-clinching game at home.”

Above is the summary of: Clinched! Rays seal 2nd straight AL East title… tap or click to check out the full article.

“If the season ended today, the Rays would face the winner of the AL Wild Card Game in the AL Division Series, then have home-field advantage until the World Series. When does the postseason begin? The AL Wild Card Game is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. At this point, the Rays are in line to begin the postseason by facing the winner of the AL Wild Card Game, which is set for Tuesday, Oct. There’s an unlikely scenario in which the Rays cede the AL’s best regular-season record to the Astros and wind up facing the White Sox in the ALDS to begin the postseason.”

Above is the summary of: What’s ahead? Rays postseason FAQ… tap or click to check out the full article.

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Above is the summary of: Injuries & Moves: Fleming up, Enns optioned… 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. “It’s a credit to all those guys. Our front office organization has done such a good job of developing and acquiring guys that we have confidence to throw out there in those roles. • Rays Stat of the Day, August 2021 Tampa Bay wasted no time after clinching a spot in the postseason on Wednesday; it also won Friday and Saturday to record its first three-game winning streak since claiming nine straight from Aug.”

Above is the summary of: Stat of the Day: Back-to-back AL East titles!… tap or click to check out the full article.

“But the nod here goes to Kittredge, who held together a bullpen battered by injuries most of the season and became the highest-leverage reliever in the group. They handled last year’s shortened regular season and expanded postseason, marching all the way to Game 6 of the World Series. Brandon Lowe put together a full, career-best season. The Rays entered Wednesday with 45 come-from-behind wins, second-most in the Majors behind the Red Sox (46).”

Above is the summary of: How they got there: Rays ready to finish job… tap or click to check out the full article.

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