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Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 66.59.5 34.7 1 1 35 11 4.15 1.15
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Sharp in finale

    Harrison did not factor into the decision Sunday, allowing just two walks over five scoreless innings against the Dodgers. He struck out four. Harrison ended his rookie campaign on a high note, no-hitting the Dodgers over five innings. The 22-year-old southpaw had struggled to a 6.30 ERA in his previous four outings (20 innings). Harrison will end the campaign with a 4.15 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 35:11 K:BB across seven starts (34.2 innings) as he looks to earn a rotation spot to start the 2024 season.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Goes 5.1 innings in return

    Harrison allowed two runs on three hits and one walk while striking out two batters over 5.1 innings in a no-decision against the Dodgers on Thursday. Harrison pitched fairly well in the contest, but the Giants didn't give him much run support. This was the rookie's first start since he was sent to the minors Sept. 15 -- he quickly returned to the big club as a result of Alex Cobb's season-ending hip injury. Harrison appears set to close out the campaign in San Francisco's rotation, though that may not lead to more than one additional start. He's posted a 4.85 ERA, 1.28 WHIP and 31:9 K:BB over 29.2 frames through six big-league starts thus far.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Rejoining Giants' rotation

    Harrison was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday. Harrison will rejoin the Giants' rotation this weekend against the Dodgers, per Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle, with Alex Cobb (hip) and Keaton Winn (COVID-19) out of commission. The rookie left-hander was more miss than hit during his first stint in the majors but made some delivery tweaks during a recent bullpen session and apparently looked good. Harrison has to be considered an extremely risky stream against the Dodgers in fantasy, however.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Sent to Triple-A

    Harrison was optioned to Triple-A Sacramento on Friday, Evan Webeck of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Harrison has struggled over his last three starts, surrendering 12 earned runs across 14.2 frames. Danny Emerman of KNBR 680 San Francisco also reports that Harrison had lost velocity in his last outing, a factor that may have played a part in the team's decision to take him out of the big-league rotation. Barring an injury to a pitcher, Harrison will have to spend at least 15 days in the minors. Ross Stripling (back) was activated in the corresponding move.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Comes away with no-decision

    Harrison allowed four runs (three earned) on five hits and two walks while striking out five over five-plus innings Friday in a no-decision versus the Rockies. The Rockies got to him for three runs in the second inning and Nolan Jones added a solo home run in the sixth to end Harrison's night. Perhaps this represented progress for the rookie, but it still wasn't a particularly impressive effort. He's struck out at least five batters in all four of his starts while posting a 4.87 ERA, 1.28 WHIP and 26:7 K:BB across 20.1 innings. Harrison is projected for a home start versus light-hitting Cleveland next week, which should also allow him to avoid a visit to Coors Field when the Giants and Rockies clash again next weekend.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Harrison owes his high prospect standing to his off-the-charts stuff, but his first stint in the majors figured to be thwarted by horrendous control and early exits. His second start Monday against the Reds entirely changed that thinking. Not only did he go 6 1/3 innings after only once lasting even five at Triple-A Sacramento, but he also threw 65 percent of his pitches for strikes. That's been true in both of his starts, actually, and it's a stark improvement over his 59 percent strike rate at Triple-A. But actually, this turnaround began there. He walked no one in his last two starts, which might explain why the Giants chose now to call him up. Judging by his 11 strikeouts Monday, the improved control doesn't prevent him from missing bats at an insane rate. If you missed out on Cole Ragans, Harrison represents another shot at considerable pitching upside.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Next start slated for Monday

    Harrison's next start for the Giants is expected to come Monday against the Reds, Danny Emerman of KNBR reports. Harrison would be on turn to pitch Sunday, but with Atlanta featuring a right-handed heavy lineup, the rookie is expected to be pushed back a day. Manager Gabe Kapler hasn't officially named starters for Sunday or Monday yet, but the Giants could opt for a bullpen day for their series finale with Atlanta.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Strikes out five in MLB debut

    Harrison did not factor into the decision Tuesday, allowing two runs on five hits and one walk over 3.1 innings against the Phillies. He struck out five. The 22-year-old southpaw was greeted harshly in his MLB debut, as Bryce Harper took him deep to right for a first-inning, two-run homer Tuesday. However, Harrison demonstrated his strikeout potential, with each of the first five outs he recorded against Philadelphia coming via the punchout. The strikeouts come as no surprise given he led all of minor-league baseball with 14.5 K/9 prior to his promotion, but his control issues (6.4 BB/9) were the main culprit in limiting Harrison's overall production. He completed five innings just one time in his 21 minor-league starts this year. If he sticks around in San Francisco, the rookie will undoubtedly rack up big strikeout numbers, although his inefficiency and limited pitch counts suggest that quality starts and wins may be tough to come by. Harrison tentatively lines up to face the Reds at home early next week.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Selected for MLB debut

    The Giants selected Harrison's contract from Triple-A Sacramento ahead of his major-league debut Tuesday at Philadelphia. Harrison has officially arrived in the majors just 10 days after his 22nd birthday and will try to help plug the leak in San Francisco's injury-ravaged rotation. The young left-hander was showing an underwhelming 4.66 ERA through 65.2 innings of work this summer at the Triple-A level and will likely be on a limited pitch count after missing most of July due to a Grade 2 hamstring strain, but he possesses an elite strikeout arsenal and should offer considerable fantasy appeal down the stretch.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Harrison is coming up to make his major-league debut Tuesday, and no matter what rank list you're looking at, he's one of the top pitching prospects in baseball, having recorded 14.6 K/9 over three minor-league seasons. So why aren't I more enthusiastic about his arrival? Because his 6.4 BB/9 rate this year is simply untenable. Of course, he didn't issue a single walk and threw 73 percent of his pitches for strikes in his last two starts, spanning 7 1/3 innings. "The last couple of outings, I think he's [taken] some real steps forward," manager Gabe Kapler said. I'm never one to put much stock in a small sample, but in player development, sometimes that's all you get. The other concern is that Harrison has only once gone even five innings this year, so the Giants may use him more like a bulk reliever than a true starter, as is their way. Picking up Harrison is a gamble on upside, but it's indeed a gamble.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Goes on 7-day IL

    Triple-A Sacramento placed Harrison (hamstring) on its 7-day injured list July 6. Harrison is dealing with a Grade 2 right hamstring strain, an injury that prevented him from pitching in the All-Star Futures Game earlier this month. The right-hander is without a clear timeline for a return, though this type of injury often requires a multi-week healing process. Harrison had posted a 4.79 ERA, 1.57 WHIP and 92:44 K:BB over his 56.1 innings with Sacramento prior to being deactivated.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Has moderate hamstring strain

    Harrison was diagnosed Friday with a moderate right hamstring strain, Maria I. Guardado of reports. Harrison will have to bow out of a scheduled appearance in the Futures Game on Saturday and he might have to skip a few turns in the Triple-A Sacramento rotation. The 21-year-old pitching prospect has recorded 92 strikeouts through 56.1 innings (17 starts) this season in the Pacific Coast League, though his 4.79 ERA and 1.56 WHIP aren't quite as eye-popping.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Control more palatable of late

    Harrison has a 3.13 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 53:16 K:BB in 31.2 innings over his last eight starts for Triple-A Sacramento. His 4.5 BB/9 over that stretch is still on the high side, but it's a major improvement on the 12.1 BB/9 Harrison registered in his first six starts of the year. The talented lefty has been limited to fewer than four innings in four of his last eight starts and has only logged five innings once this season, which occurred in his most recent start. However, he could get the call to the majors sometime this summer if he continues to keep the walks somewhat in check.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Set to start 2023 in Triple-A

    Harrison will begin the 2023 season in Triple-A Sacramento, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. The 21-year-old lefty spent the majority of last season with Double-A Richmond, where he put up a 3.11 ERA and 1.18 WHIP through 84 frames alongside a 13.6 K/9. Harrison has established himself as one of the best left-handed pitching prospects in baseball, and he could be in line to make his major-league debut sometime this season if he continues to perform at a high level in Triple-A.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Drops playoff opener

    Harrison made the start in Double-A Richmond's first playoff game Tuesday and lasted just three innings, striking out nine while allowing two runs on four hits and a walk. All things equal, it wasn't a terrible outing, considering that Harrison recorded every one of his outs via strikeout, but he did give up a trio of doubles while needing 71 pitches to navigate three frames. Harrison closed out the regular season for Richmond with a 3.11 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 127:39 K:BB across 84 innings after averaging more than two strikeouts per inning alongside a 1.55 ERA in a 29-frame stint in High-A. Regardless of the returns in these playoffs, he's earned his place as one of the top pitching prospects in baseball.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Three straight scoreless outings

    Harrison has pitched 12 scoreless innings over his last three starts with Double-A Richmond, allowing just five hits in that span while posting a 17:7 K:BB. Harrison went six frames in the first of those three outings, but he was limited to three in the latter two -- presumably a function of the organization managing his innings. His walk rate has been noticeably elevated since he moved up to Double-A, but even so, Harrison's numbers since being promoted -- a 2.79 ERA, 1.12 WHIP and 74 strikeouts in 48.1 frames -- are nothing short of spectacular for a 20-year-old at that level. Harrison has been incredibly hard to hit, having given up three or fewer base knocks in eight consecutive starts.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Settling in at Double-A

    Harrison has allowed just one earned run over 11 innings spanning his last two starts for Double-A Richmond, posting a 17:7 K:BB in the process. All told, he has a 4.44 ERA, 1.41 WHIP and 39:15 K:BB in five starts and 24.1 innings since being promoted. Walks have obviously been an issue for the 20-year-old hurler since his promotion. He was sharper with his control in High-A, posting a 59:10 K:BB through 29 innings, but the higher level of competition in Double-A hasn't been chasing his pitches as much. Nonetheless, Harrison certainly brought his bat-missing ability with him to Richmond. He'll need to improve his strike-throwing to continue progressing toward the majors, but the southpaw has a starter's profile and the benefit of pitching for an organization with an excellent track record of developing arms.
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  • Giants' Kyle Harrison: Looking sharp early in High-A

    Harrison has put up a 21:3 K:BB alongside a 3.27 ERA and 1.00 WHIP across 11 innings spanning three starts so far this season for High-A Eugene. Last year, Harrison piled up both the strikeouts (14.3 K/9) but also the walks (4.7 BB/9) across 98.2 innings in Low-A, but the 20-year-old is showing far better control in the early going this season (though he did regress in his most recent outing). Harrison's already well regarded for his big fastball and sweeping slider, which likely give him a solid floor as a high-leverage reliever even if he doesn't ultimately make it as a starter. For now, though, he is on track to be a starter, and his stuff combined with the Giants' track record of developing pitchers certainly gives him the potential to become a good one. He's most likely still two or three years away from a potential MLB debut, though.
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