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Andrew Kittredge allowed six runs without recording an out on Sunday against the Orioles. He raised his season ERA to 9.72.
Kittredge was absolutely lit up today. He must have taken a page out of opposing pitcher Dylan Bundy's book on how to allow six runs without recording an out. Kittredge should not be owned in any league.
Andrew Kittredge started for the Rays on Friday for the Rays’ tilt against the Blue Jays. He allowed one run in two innings of work. He struck out one while allowing two hits and a walk.
There is no league in which Kittredge should be owned. Getting the start alone was a headscratcher. Going forward don't expect Kittredge to pitch more than three innings even if he is named the starter again.
Andrew Kittredge received the win on Wednesday against the Orioles. He pitched a scoreless 2/3 of an inning to close out the fifth.
Kittredge only received the win on Wednesday because starter Jacob Faria failed to go five innings. This does not add fantasy value to Kittredge.
Andrew Kittredge gave up three runs in one inning of work against the Phillies. He allowed four hits while striking out two.
This outing for Kittredge was somehow worse than the line. He gave up two inherited runs on top of the three he allowed. There is no clear path to fantasy relevance.
Andrew Kittredge pitched two innings allowing one run against the Red Sox. He struck out one and surrendered two hits. Kittredge did not receive a decision on Sunday.
Kittredge has zero fantasy value. He is not stretched out enough to pitch five innings, which would then qualify him for a win. Kittredge may continue to start but that would only decrease his value, since he is unable to register a win.