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Mike Fiers (SP)

Milwaukee Brewers - 40% owned

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Bats: R, Throws: R

Mike Fiers was fantastic on Sunday, tossing seven innings of four hit, one run ball. He walked three batters and struck out four.

Fantasy Impact: Fiers didn't factor into the decision, as the Brewers were held scoreless until pushing one run across in the bottom of the seventh, and exploding for four more in the bottom of the eighth. Fiers has lowered his ERA from 4.50 to 4.14 over his last two starts against the Mets and Twins. He'll get the Reds in Cincinnati in his next start on Friday.

 

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Mike Fiers pitched well at home on Tuesday night, holding the Mets to two runs on four hits over six innings. He walked two and struck out seven batters.

Fantasy Impact: Fiers didn't earn the win, but he pitched well enough to keep his team in the game and his offense scored enough runs to win the game. It was a pleasant rebound for Fiers, who allowed six earned runs in his last start. His next start will come on Sunday afternoon at Miller Park in an interleague match-up against the Twins.

 

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Mike Fiers allowed six earned runs on eight hits over five innings against the Royals in Kansas City on Wednesday evening. He walked three and struck out two batters.

Fantasy Impact: Fiers has now allowed 11 earned runs in his last three starts. During that span he has a 13/9 K/BB rate with 20 hits and two home runs allowed. It has been an up and down season for Fiers, who greatly relies on control of his mediocre pitches to have success. Right now he's not worth starting in shallow formats. He'll look to rebound on Tuesday against the Mets at Miller Park.

 

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Mike Fiers couldn't finish the bottom of the fifth inning for the Brewers on Sunday, giving up seven hits and two earned runs before he was pulled after recording one out in the fifth. He walked three and struck out three as well.

Fantasy Impact: Fiers was lucky to keep the ball in the yard, but that didn't matter as the Brewers offense was unable to give Fiers any run support. He'll look to get back in the win column next Friday against the Nationals in Milwaukee.

 

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Mike Fiers was very effective against the Cardinals in St. Louis on Monday night. He threw six innings while allowing zero runs, four hits and two walks. He struck out six batters.

Fantasy Impact: Fiers was lifted after 99 pitches. It was his first start in almost a month where he was able to finish six innings of work. Hopefully June can bring some continued success for Fiers, who faces the Twins in Minneapolis on Sunday.

 

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Mike Fiers earned his fifth loss of the season, despite pitching well throwing five innings of two run ball. He allowed eight hits and zero walks while striking out six.

Fantasy Impact: Fiers was burned by a two-run home run to Matt Duffy in the fifth inning, and was lifted after throwing 77 pitches. Fiers has failed to complete six innings in his last three starts and holds a 1-2 record over that span. The good news is that he has a K/BB ratio of 14/2 over the three game stretch.Fiers will take the mound on Monday in St. Louis to kick off June for the Brewers.

 

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Mike Fiers did not factor into the decision on Monday night in Detroit. He kept his team in the game, throwing five and two-thirds innings of six hit, two run ball. He struck out three and walked one.

Fantasy Impact: Fiers kept his team in the game, battling against a tough Tigers offense. The Brewers were able to gain the lead after Fiers left the game with a pitch count of 104, and eventually won. Fiers will look to get back in the win column against the Braves in Atlanta on Saturday.

 

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Mike Fiers was solid for the Brewers on Tuesday, throwing six and one-third innings against the White Sox. He allowed two earned runs on five hits while striking out seven and walking one batter.

Fantasy Impact: It was another nice outing for Fiers, who threw 105 pitches before leaving in the middle of the top of the seventh. It was a nice bounce-back for Fiers, who was able to stymie the home run ball from a White Sox offense known to put the ball over the fence. He'll get the Tigers in Detroit in his next start on Monday.

 

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Mike Fiers took his third loss of the season on Tuesday night, allowing four earned runs on six hits over four innings. He walked three batters and struck out four.

Fantasy Impact: Fiers was burned by a Jay Bruce grand slam in the third inning, and ended up leaving the game after the fourth inning once the Reds had scored eight runs. Fiers wasn't helped by his defense, only four of the eight runs were earned, but it was still a depressing outing for the righty. Fiers has a rough start to the season, going 0-3 with a 6.75 ERA. It may be worth moving on from Fiers until he can put together a few quality starts.

 

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Mike Fiers was cruising through the Cardinals lineup until he experienced a rough sixth inning and was eventually pulled after throwing 93 pitches. He allowed seven hits and two runs. He walked four batters and struck out one.

Fantasy Impact: Fiers bounced back after his rough season debut against the Pirates, but was unable to help his team get a win on Thursday. He'll look to get his first win on Tuesday against a Reds team that is currently striking out at a 23.5% rate.

 

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Mike Fiers earned his first loss of the season Friday night against the pirates, tossing five innings and allowing five earned runs on seven hits. He struck out eight batters and walked one.

Fantasy Impact: Pittsburgh's lefties got the best of Fiers, with Neil Walker and Pedro Alvarez collecting five of Fiers' seven hits. The silver lining in the outing came from Fiers' impressive 8:1 K/BB ratio over five innings.

 

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Mike Fiers was underwhelming on Tuesday, working for 5 innings, allowing three hits and three earned runs while issuing four walks and four strikeouts.

Fantasy Impact: Fiers struggled with his command against the Reds. Some of his walks were of the four pitch variety. Fiers still has a great upside for strikeouts, and is in line to pitch towards the back of Milwaukee's rotation. Keep an eye on his command in his next (and final) spring training start.

 

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Fiers made his first Cactus League appearance since March 13 and allowed one run on three hits and a walk in 3 2/3 innings. Fiers was scratched from his previous start with right shoulder fatigue.

Fantasy Impact: Fiers is a potential breakout candidate this season. His average draft position is 190 with an average auction value of $7. He posted 76 strikeouts in 71 innings last season and many hope for similar ratios over the course of a full 2015 if he can stay healthy.

 

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Mike Fiers returned to the mound on Thursday after missing his last start due to shoulder weakness. He allowed three hits and one run without striking out a batter.

Fantasy Impact: While it was nice to see Fiers return to the mound, at least one strikeout would have been nice. Still, its nice to see Mike return and face 14 after missing his last turn in the rotation. Keep an eye on Fiers and his effectiveness the rest of the spring.

 

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Mike Fiers back on mound Sunday

Mon, Mar 23rd 4:28pm EDT
By Robert Klein

After missing his last start with shoulder weakness, Fiers threw 3-1/3 innings and a total of 46 pitches in a Minor League game Sunday. Fiers will throw again Thursday in either a Major or Minor League game to keep him on pace to be ready for the start of the season. (Source: Brewers.com)

Fantasy Impact: Fiers only started 10 games in 2014 but posted good numbers when he did. He posted a 6-5 record with 76 strikeouts in 71 innings and could be a key component of the Brewers staff if he stays healthy. Currently, his average draft position is 190.

 

Fiers lasted just two innings Friday in a spring training start against the Mariners. He threw a total of 59 pitches, only 29 were for strikes and allowed five hits, four runs and three walks as his spring ERA rose to 5.79.

Fantasy Impact: Fiers spot in the Brewers rotation is safe, and he likely isn't going to be the ace of anyone's fantasy staff. Let's just hope that he works out the kinks before the games count for real. At best Fiers is a depth rotation guy in your lineup that you use when the matchups favor the Brewers.

 

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Fiers went 2.2 innings striking out three Sunday against the Dodgers. Fiers gave up just one hit and one walk along with an unearned run in the third inning.

Fantasy Impact: In 2014 Fiers went 6-5 with a 2.13 ERA with 76 strikeouts in 71.2 innings pitched. Fiers will be a good under the radar draft candidate and post good strikeout numbers along with a good ERA and WHIP. You should be able to steal him in the mid to late rounds, currently his average draft position is 190 on FantasyPros.

 

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Fiers has been tabbed to start the Brewers opening spring game Wednesday against the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. (Source: Brewers.com)

Fantasy Impact: Fiers went 6-5 with a 2.13 ERA in 14 games for the Brewers in 2014. He also had 76 strikeouts in 71.2 innings pitched posting a 0.88 WHIP. Fiers was the Brewers best starter during the second half of the season and is a good sleeper candidate to draft in the later rounds and especially in NL-only leagues.