Pete Fairbanks

RP · Tampa Bay Rays

Bats R Throws R
Height 6'6" Weight 225
DOB 1993-12-16 Age 30.4
Hometown St. Louis, MO
2024 Fantasy Rankings

NFBC ADP (15-team): 7.10, 100th

Season Projections

SourceFPtsGIPWLSVBLSVHLDKBBHHRHBPRERERAWHIP
ATC337.15353.83329037521396319172.761.06
Draft Buddy351.05556.04330037821406320182.891.09
Steamer367.16666.04330039026496324222.991.12
THE BAT334.75453.42130037221395320183.051.11
Zeile352.05956.9422913792241000192.901.07

ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Draft Buddy projections by Mike MacGregor. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

Fantasy Baseball News Last 90 Days

  • Pete Fairbanks Picks Up Fourth Save Friday

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    Tampa Bay Rays closer Pete Fairbanks earned his fourth save of the season on Friday after tossing a scoreless ninth inning in a 4-3 win over the Blue Jays. Fairbanks needed just six pitches to dispatch of the heart of the Jays' order. Fantasy managers are surely delighted after the 30-year-old pitched the eighth inning Wednesday, recording a hold and losing out on a save opportunity in the ninth. There may still be some situational pitching going forward, however, where Fairbanks is used in higher-leverage situations and not necessarily the ninth inning. On the season, the righty has a 5.73 ERA, 1.45 WHIP, and a 16.7% K-BB% to go along with his four saves.

    May 18 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks
  • Pete Fairbanks Available On Tuesday

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    Tampa Bay Rays closer Pete Fairbanks (finger) is available ahead of Tuesday's game against the Boston Red Sox. The right-hander was unable to pitch on Monday due to a cut on his finger. It sounds like this is no longer an issue, so Fairbanks is good to go now. Jason Adam converted the save on Monday, but figures to go back to his role as the set-up pitcher now. Fantasy managers who have Fairbanks rostered can get him back in their lineups.

    May 14 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks Jason Adam
  • Jason Adam Picks Up Save Monday Night

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    Tampa Bay Rays relief pitcher Jason Adam worked around a walk with three strikeouts in Monday's 5-3 win over the Boston Red Sox to earn his third save of the season. The 32-year-old right-hander has been Tampa Bay's best reliever on the season with an excellent stat line of 1.47 ERA, 0.82 WHIP, and a .138 batting average allowed. It's important to note that the regular closer, Pete Fairbanks (finger), was unavailable due to a cut on his finger. If Adam keeps this dominance up and Fairbanks' early season struggles continue, don't be surprised if Kevin Cash turns this bullpen into a closer-by-committee situation or, better yet, Adam takes over as the everyday Tampa Bay closer.

    May 14 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Jason Adam Pete Fairbanks
  • Pete Fairbanks Unavailable Monday Due To A Cut On His Finger

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    Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash said that the team used relief pitcher Jason Adam to close out the 5-3 win over the Boston Red Sox on Monday because closer Pete Fairbanks (finger) was unavailable due to a small cut on his right index finger. The hope is that Fairbanks will be good to go on Tuesday for the second game of the series in Boston. Adam came on and pitched a hitless and scoreless ninth inning on Monday with a walk and three strikeouts to pick up his third save of the year, but there's a good chance Fairbanks will be available for a save situation on Tuesday if it arises. The 30-year-old Fairbanks recently returned from the injured list due to a nerve issue in his right arm. It's been a tough start to the year for him after starting 0-2 with a 7.88 ERA, a 2.00 WHIP, three saves and 11 strikeouts in eight innings pitched.

    May 13 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks
  • Pete Fairbanks Tosses Perfect Inning In Return

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    Tampa Bay Rays relief pitcher Pete Fairbanks was activated on Saturday from the 15-day injured list and tossed a scoreless frame in his return. Fairbanks entered the game in the ninth inning with a 7-2 lead and proceeded to retire three consecutive batters with one strikeout. This is an excellent sign for his fantasy value as he looks to have a clear hold on ninth inning duties. Before suffering a nerve issue in his right arm, the 30-year-old had a high 9.00 ERA and 2.29 WHIP through seven innings. However, he has done very well in limiting hard contact with a 15.0% hard-hit rate and a perfect 0.0% barrel rate, which is a good sign for Fairbanks going forward. He remains a top option for saves on a Rays team that hopes to compete this summer.

    May 12 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks
  • Rays Activate Pete Fairbanks From 15-Day Injured List

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    The Rays have activated right-hander Pete Fairbanks from the 15-day injured list, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports (via X).  Right-hander Edwin Uceta has been optioned to Triple-A in the corresponding move. Fairbanks will return just short of three weeks after being placed on the IL with an unspecified nerve problem, so it's...

    May 11 · MLB Trade Rumors Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks Edwin Uceta
  • Rays Reinstate Pete Fairbanks From Injured List

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    The Tampa Bay Rays reinstated relief pitcher Pete Fairbanks (arm) from the 15-day injured list on Saturday and optioned right-hander Edwin Uceta to Triple-A Durham in a corresponding move. Fairbanks is ready to return to the big-league bullpen in Tampa after appearing in two minor-league rehab games for Durham. The 30-year-old has been dealing with a nerve issue in his right arm, which may have contributed to his rough start in 2024. In seven innings before landing on the injured list, he was 0-2 with a 9.00 ERA, 2.29 WHIP and 10 strikeouts in eight appearances. Fairbanks also had three saves and should immediately take over as the team's closer now that he's back. Jason Adam, who was serving as the Rays' closer with Fairbanks out, will go back to a high-leverage setup role in Tampa. Fairbanks should be rostered in all fantasy formats despite his bad start in 2024.

    May 11 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks
  • Pete Fairbanks Likely To Return This Weekend

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    Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash said that right-hander Pete Fairbanks (arm) is back from his minor-league rehab assignment with Triple-A Durham and is likely to be activated from the injured list this weekend. Fairbanks pitched a scoreless inning with Durham on Thursday and has apparently recovered from a nerve issue in his right arm. The 30-year-old former ninth-round pick of the Texas Rangers in 2015 out of Missouri was likely being affected by his right-arm injury early on this year when he posted a bloated 9.00 ERA and 2.29 WHIP with 10 strikeouts in seven innings before landing on the injured list. Fairbanks also had three saves and should return to being Tampa's primary closer once he is reinstated from the IL. If Fairbanks was dropped in your league and he's still available, pick him up immediately.

    May 10 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks
  • Pete Fairbanks Set For Another Rehab Outing

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    Tampa Bay Rays closer Pete Fairbanks (arm) is set to make another minor-league rehab appearance on Friday. After throwing a scoreless inning for Triple-A Durham on Tuesday, Fairbanks is scheduled for another outing in the minors before returning from a nerve-related issue and rejoining Tampa Bay's bullpen. Barring any setbacks, the Rays could activate the hard-throwing 30-year-old right-hander from the injured list following that assignment. Although he's given up seven earned runs and walked eight over seven innings this year, Fairbanks has three saves as well as a respectable 3.72 FIP and should reclaim the closing gig upon his return. Until then, Jason Adam should remain the favorite for saves and is worth holding in the majority of fantasy leagues.

    May 8 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks
  • Pete Fairbanks To Start A Rehab Assignment On Tuesday

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    Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash said that relief pitcher Pete Fairbanks (arm), who is dealing with a nerve issue in his arm, is scheduled to start a minor-league rehab assignment with Triple-A Durham on Tuesday. We don't know all the details on the exact nature of Fairbanks' injury, but he's obviously doing well and is getting close to a return to the major-league roster. The 30-year-old right-hander could be eased into high-leverage situations at the back of Tampa's bullpen when he returns, but when fully healthy, Fairbanks is this team's primary closer. In the meantime, Jason Adam and Garrett Cleavinger will split the save opportunities with the Rays. Fairbanks' injury could help explain his current 9.00 ERA and 2.29 WHIP in just seven innings pitched before he went on the injured list.

    May 3 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks
  • Tests Have Come Back Clean On Pete Fairbanks

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    Tampa Bay Rays relief pitcher Pete Fairbanks (hand) underwent several screenings over the past week, and the final results came back clean on Friday, per manager Kevin Cash. Even though all of the tests do not show any severe or structural damage, it is still very uncertain when the 30-year-old will begin to throw again, but it does suggest that his injured-list stint may not be that lengthy. Fairbanks served as the primary closer in Tampa Bay last season and finished with 25 saves and was placed in that role in the early part of this season. Jason Adam should be expected to see the majority of save opportunities during his absence, especially since Colin Poche (back) landed on the IL on Friday. Adam is worth picking up in all formats, as he is riding a stellar 1.50 ERA and 0.50 WHIP through 12 innings.

    Apr 27 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Jason Adam Pete Fairbanks Colin Poche
  • Rays "Encouraged" By Pete Fairbanks' Tests

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    Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash said that closer Pete Fairbanks (undisclosed) underwent tests on Tuesday that came back "really clean". Fairbanks was sent for multiple tests, evaluating everything from his neck to his fingertips, but the Rays still haven't provided a specific diagnosis. Cash is "encouraged that nothing is showing up", though. While it's promising to hear no serious setback for Fairbanks has come to light to this point, the hard-throwing 30-year-old right-hander's return timetable from a nerve-related issue remains very cloudy. Over Fairbanks' two injured-list stints last season, setup man Jason Adam collected 10 saves while the closer was sidelined and belongs on all mixed-league fantasy rosters until Tampa Bay's bullpen hierarchy becomes clearer. Lefty Colin Poche should be in the mix for ninth-inning work as well, but he gave up three runs in the eighth inning in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Detroit Tigers.

    Apr 23 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks
  • Rays Place Pete Fairbanks On Injured List

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    The Rays announced that they have placed right-hander Pete Fairbanks on the 15-day injured list, retroactive to April 19, with a "nerve related issue". Right-hander Kevin Kelly was recalled from Triple-A in a corresponding move. Prior to the official announcement, Kristie Ackert of The Tampa Bay Times reported that Fairbanks was headed to the IL...

    Apr 22 · MLB Trade Rumors Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks Kevin Kelly
  • Pete Fairbanks Goes On Injured List

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    The Tampa Bay Rays placed right-handed reliever Pete Fairbanks (undisclosed) on the 15-day injured list with a nerve-related issue on Monday and recalled right-hander Kevin Kelly from Triple-A Durham in a corresponding move. We'll get more specific information out there once it's released by the team, but this doesn't sound good at all for the Rays' closer. Fantasy managers with Fairbanks or in need of saves should consider putting a claim on Jason Adam, who could be next in line for saves in Tampa until Fairbanks can return. Fairbanks hasn't had a great start to 2024, either, going 0-2 with a 9.00 ERA, three saves, a 2.29 WHIP and 10 K's with eight walks in seven innings. Tampa could totally run with a committee for saves, too, as Colin Poche and Garrett Cleavinger have recorded the team's last two saves, not Adam

    Apr 22 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks
  • Pete Fairbanks Blows Save Wednesday

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    Tampa Bay Rays closer Pete Fairbanks blew the save in Wednesday's 5-4 loss to the Angels. Fairbanks came on in the ninth with a 4-3 lead and recorded an out to the first batter he faced, then the wheels came off. The 30-year-old proceeded to allow three singles and two walks (one was an IBB to Mike Trout) which resulted in two runs coming across the plate and a blown save. It was only his first blown save of the season, but he's been up and down so far to start the year. Over eight appearances (seven IP) the righty has allowed seven earned runs on eight hits with a BB:K of 8:10. Fairbanks does have three saves to his name thus far and his job doesn't seem to be in jeopardy, but a couple more outings like this and fantasy managers might consider picking up Jason Adam as insurance.

    Apr 18 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks
  • Pete Fairbanks Notches Third Save Friday

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    Tampa Bay Rays closer Pete Fairbanks recorded his third save of 2024 on Friday in a 2-1 win over the Giants. It was his third straight conversion, although the 30-year-old has been shaky to start the season with a 9.00 ERA, 2.20 WHIP, and a 6:8 BB:K in six games (five IP). In Friday's appearance, he walked the first batter he faced on four pitches, and half of the 18 pitches he threw were balls despite not allowing a hit or another runner to get on base. His role as closer seems secure for now though. Last season Fairbanks saved 25 games for the Rays with a 2.58 ERA and 1.01 WHIP, but the righty did have a high BB% of 10.9%, so that part of his game doesn't seem like it's going away.

    Apr 13 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks
  • Pete Fairbanks Rebounds With Second Save

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    Tampa Bay Rays closer Pete Fairbanks collected his second save of the year in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Los Angeles Angels, striking out three batters to preserve the victory. Fairbanks sat down the first two hitters he faced before the lineup turned over and Luis Rengifo singled to right center to get the tying run to the plate, but the hurler was able to punch out Mickey Moniak to end the game. The flame-throwing 30-year-old right-hander is off to shaky start despite converting his first two save opportunities of the 2024 season, carrying a troubling 11.25 ERA and 2.50 WHIP with eight K's over his first four innings of work. Although the Rays feature a deep bullpen with plenty of options based on matchups, Fairbanks' stuff is the best of the bunch and keeps him positioned as Tampa Bay's preferred ninth-inning man going forward.

    Apr 10 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks
  • Shawn Armstrong Picks Up Save, Pete Fairbanks Not Used

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    Tampa Bay Rays relief pitcher Shawn Armstrong notched his first save of the season Sunday in a 3-2 win over the Colorado Rockies. This save was of the two-inning variety, as Armstrong threw the eighth and ninth. He allowed an inherited runner to score in the eighth and one of his own in the ninth to make things interesting but escaped with the save. Of note in this one is that presumed closer Pete Fairbanks wasn't used for the second day in a row in a save situation. He gave up three runs and took the loss on Friday while struggling with control and then wasn't used either of the past two days, so this is a situation worth monitoring. Fairbanks should still be rostered in all leagues where saves count, and Armstrong isn't worth rostering in most leagues. Jason Adam, however, could be a nice handcuff to have for Fairbanks owners.

    Apr 8 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Shawn Armstrong Pete Fairbanks
  • Pete Fairbanks Walks Three, Tagged With First Loss Of The Season

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    Tampa Bay Rays closer Pete Fairbanks walked three batters and was credited with three earned runs in the Tampa Bay Rays walk-off loss to the Colorado Rockies on Friday. Fairbanks entered the game in a close situation with the Rays up 7-6 and walked three straight batters to load the bases before getting removed. He was credited with the loss after Ryan McMahon hit a walk-off grand slam against Jason Adam. After the game, Fairbanks was critical of the condition of the baseballs the Rockies were using but stated that he needed to be better and that "that's what happens when you don't throw strikes." After three appearances in 2024, Fairbanks is still looking for his first save of the season. Despite his struggles, fantasy managers should continue to roll with Fairbanks in all league formats.

    Apr 5 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Jason Adam Pete Fairbanks
  • Offseason In Review: Tampa Bay Rays

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    The Rays typically make at least one significant trade that sends out a veteran player to reduce spending and acquire controllable talent. Tampa Bay did that again in a major deal with the Dodgers, but it was otherwise a relatively quiet winter at the Trop. Major League Signings RHP Phil Maton: One year, $6.5MM (including buyout…

    Mar 23 · MLB Trade Rumors Offseason Tampa Bay Rays Garrett Acton Jason Adam Tyler Alexander Jonathan Aranda Randy Arozarena Shane Baz Taj Bradley Rob Brantly Junior Caminero Aaron Civale Jonny Deluca Chris Devenski Zach Eflin Pete Fairbanks Wander Franco Alex Jackson Zack Littell Brandon Lowe Josh Lowe Jake Mangum Phil Maton Shane McClanahan Curtis Mead Jake Odorizzi Richie Palacios Isaac Paredes Ryan Pepiot Drew Rasmussen Joe Rock Amed Rosario Jose Siri Burch Smith Jeffrey Springs Edwin Uceta Naoyuki Uwasawa Jacob Waguespack Taylor Walls
  • Pete Fairbanks Makes Spring Debut

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    Tampa Bay Rays relief pitcher Pete Fairbanks made his spring debut against the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday. The right-hander threw a perfect ninth inning while striking out two batters. Fairbanks isn't coming off an injury, but the team is taking things slowly with him given his injury history. He was a viable ninth inning option for the Rays last season. He posted a 2.58 ERA, with a 68/22 K/BB ratio and 25 saves last season.

    Mar 11 · Source via Closers Tampa Bay Rays Pete Fairbanks
  • Pitching Stats

    SeasonTeamFPtsGIPWLSVBLSVHLDKBBHHRHBPRERERAWHIP
    2019TB47.31312.12120013317101075.111.62
    2019TEX4.788.2020001578401099.351.73
    2020TB102.72726.26302739142322982.701.39
    2021TB117.74742.2365005621402119163.381.43
    2022TB115.02424.0008003831310331.130.67
    2023TB275.34945.12425426820263414132.581.01
    2024TB61.01615.0125111891200874.201.40
    2024 ATC337.15353.83329037521396319172.761.06
    2024 Draft Buddy351.05556.04330037821406320182.891.09
    2024 Steamer367.16666.04330039026496324222.991.12
    2024 THE BAT334.75453.42130037221395320183.051.11
    2024 Zeile352.05956.9422913792241000192.901.07

    Historic stats obtained free of charge from and are copyrighted by Retrosheet. ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Draft Buddy projections by Mike MacGregor. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

    2024

    WeekOppFPtsGIPWLSVBLSVHLDKBBHHRHBPRERERAWHIP
    10vs OAK11.011.01000000100000.001.00
    9vs KC, vs BOS12.033.00010021300000.001.33
    8at TOR, at BOS15.033.00010150000000.000.00
    7vs NYY2.011.00000010000000.000.00
    4vs LAA-3.022.00101022300329.002.50
    3vs SF, at LAA28.033.00030052300113.001.67
    2at COL, vs TEX-7.021.001000142004436.006.00
    1vs TOR3.011.00000020000000.000.00

    2023

    WeekOppFPtsGIPWLSVBLSVHLDKBBHHRHBPRERERAWHIP
    27at TOR, at BOS12.022.00010031100000.001.00
    26vs TOR-1.010.0000100300111
    25at BAL, at MIN24.034.00021080311224.500.75
    24vs SEA, vs BOS36.044.000300111200000.000.75
    23at CLE, at MIA18.732.20021030300113.381.13
    22vs NYY, vs COL34.033.01020070200000.000.67
    21at LAA, at SF14.022.01000021000000.000.50
    20vs CLE, vs STL7.721.200101331114421.602.40
    19at DET, at NYY13.332.10010041100000.000.86
    18at HOU, vs MIA19.022.00020031000000.000.50
    17vs BAL, at TEX4.442.40210061300225.401.20
    16at KC9.011.00010010100000.001.00
    15vs PHI3.011.00000020000000.000.00
    14at ARI9.011.00010011000000.001.00
    13vs KC6.022.00110032100114.501.50
    12at SD, at OAK16.721.20020010000000.000.00
    9vs LAD, vs TOR11.732.20010021200000.001.24
    8vs MIL, at NYM3.321.10111020310324.150.69
    5at CWS1.710.20000111001000.001.50
    4vs CWS, at CIN14.033.00010043100003.601.80
    3vs BOS17.022.00020010100001.801.20
    2at WAS1.011.000000000000018.003.00
    1vs DET1.011.00000000100000.000.50

    2024

    DateOppResultFPtsIPWLSVBLSVHLDKBBHHRHBPRERERAWHIP
    May 29vs OAKW 4-311.01.01000000100000.001.00
    May 26vs KCW 4-18.01.00010001200000.003.00
    May 25vs KCL 4-72.01.00000010100000.001.00
    May 22vs BOSL 5-82.01.00000010000000.000.00
    May 17at TORW 4-39.01.00010010000000.000.00
    May 15at BOSW 4-33.01.00000120000000.000.00
    May 14at BOSL 4-53.01.00000020000000.000.00
    May 11vs NYYW 7-22.01.00000010000000.000.00
    Apr 17vs LAAL 4-5-6.01.001010023002218.005.00
    Apr 16vs LAAW 7-63.01.00000020000100.000.00
    Apr 12vs SFW 2-18.01.00010001000000.001.00
    Apr 10at LAAW 4-211.01.00010030100000.001.00
    Apr 9at LAAW 6-49.01.00010021200119.003.00
    Apr 5at COLL 7-10-8.00.0010000300033
    Apr 2vs TEXW 5-21.01.00000011200119.003.00
    Mar 30vs TORW 5-13.01.00000020000000.000.00

    2023

    DateOppResultFPtsIPWLSVBLSVHLDKBBHHRHBPRERERAWHIP
    Sep 30at TORW 7-51.01.00000001100000.002.00
    Sep 26at BOSW 9-711.01.00010030000000.000.00
    Sep 23vs TORW 7-6-1.00.0000100300111
    Sep 17at BALL 4-54.02.00001040310229.001.50
    Sep 14at BALW 4-311.01.00010030000000.000.00
    Sep 11at MINW 7-49.01.00010010001000.000.00
    Sep 10vs SEAW 6-311.01.00010030000000.000.00
    Sep 8vs SEAW 7-411.01.00010031000000.001.00
    Sep 6vs BOSW 3-110.01.00010020100000.001.00
    Sep 5vs BOSW 8-64.01.00000030100000.001.00
    Sep 3at CLEW 6-27.70.20010000000000.000.00
    Sep 2at CLEL 6-72.01.00001020300119.003.00
    Aug 30at MIAW 3-09.01.00010010000000.000.00
    Aug 26vs NYYW 3-010.01.00010020100000.001.00
    Aug 24vs COLW 5-311.01.00010030100000.001.00
    Aug 23vs COLW 6-513.01.01000020000000.000.00
    Aug 18at LAAW 9-612.01.01000011000000.001.00
    Aug 16at SFW 6-12.01.00000010000000.000.00
    Aug 11vs CLEW 9-8-0.30.200001230013340.504.50
    Aug 8vs STLW 4-28.01.00010010110119.001.00
    Aug 6at DETW 10-62.01.00000010100000.001.00
    Aug 1at NYYW 5-28.30.10010010000000.000.00
    Jul 31at NYYW 5-13.01.00000021000000.001.00
    Jul 28at HOUW 4-39.01.00010011000000.001.00
    Jul 25vs MIAW 4-110.01.00010020000000.000.00
    Jul 22vs BALL 5-6-5.30.201000002001113.503.00
    Jul 21vs BALW 3-011.01.00010031000000.001.00
    Jul 20vs BALL 3-43.01.00000020000000.000.00
    Jul 17at TEXL 2-3-4.30.201000101001113.501.50
    Jul 15at KCW 4-29.01.00010010100000.001.00
    Jul 6vs PHIL 1-33.01.00000020000000.000.00
    Jun 28at ARIW 3-29.01.00010011000000.001.00
    Jun 25vs KCW 3-19.01.00010011000000.001.00
    Jun 22vs KCL 5-6-3.01.00100021100119.002.00
    Jun 16at SDW 6-27.70.20010000000000.000.00
    Jun 15at OAKW 4-39.01.00010010000000.000.00
    May 26vs LADW 9-32.01.00000010000000.000.00
    May 24vs TORW 7-32.01.00000010100000.001.00
    May 22vs TORW 6-47.70.20010001100000.003.00
    May 19vs MILW 1-09.01.00010010100000.001.00
    May 17at NYML 7-8-5.70.101010102103254.006.00
    Apr 28at CWSW 3-21.70.20000111001000.001.50
    Apr 23vs CWSW 4-19.01.00010010000000.000.00
    Apr 22vs CWSW 4-32.01.00000011000000.001.00
    Apr 19at CINW 8-03.01.00000022100000.003.00
    Apr 12vs BOSW 9-78.01.00010000100000.001.00
    Apr 10vs BOSW 1-09.01.00010010000000.000.00
    Apr 4at WASW 10-61.01.00000000000000.000.00
    Mar 30vs DETW 4-01.01.00000000100000.001.00
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