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Bryan Mitchell allowed four runs in five innings taking the loss against the Giants on Monday. He gave up nine hits while striking out four. Mitchell's ERA now sits at 6.16.
This start was Mitchell's first disappointing one since returning from the DL on September 1st. He has returned to his normal self-a subpar pitcher with a low strikeout rate of 5.29 SO/9 throughout his career. Mitchell is not rosterable in mixed leagues of any size.
Bryan Mitchell allowed one run in six innings receiving a no-decision on Tuesday against the Mariners. He gave up four hits and two walks while striking out two. He lowered his season ERA to 6.07.
Mitchell has now turned in consecutive positive outings since his return from the disabled list. In his two starts since his return he owns a 1.64 ERA and a 1.00 WHIP in 11 innings. He will be a two-start streaming option next week at home against the Giants and on the road against the Dodgers.
Bryan Mitchell allowed one run in five innings registering the win on Monday against the Diamondbacks. He gave up two hits and three walks while striking out two. He lowered his season ERA to 6.58.
Mitchell's return to the majors today was a success. Today was his first appearance since June 5th. Nothing thus far in his major league career has made Mitchell look as if he could become a fantasy asset. He is 2-9 with a 5.65 ERA, 1.75 WHIP and 87 strikeouts in 146 2/3 innings in his career head into tonight. His next start will be this weekend on the road against the Reds.
Bryan Mitchell gave up two home runs in the first inning Sunday. He ended the day in the fifth after giving up four runs. His record fell to 0-3 and his ERA stands at 6.07.
Mitchell is probably worried about staying in the major leagues, and you shouldn't worry about adding him to any roster.
Bryan Mitchell allowed five runs on eight hits with two walks and just two strikeouts in 5 1/3 innings pitched in a no-decision Monday against the Rockies.
Mitchell found himself in trouble in the first inning of Monday's game once again, giving up four runs on four hits. He left the game in the 5th inning with the Padres down 5-4, before their impressive nine-run seventh inning. Mitchell has allowed 10 runs in five first innings pitched this season, while allowing just six runs in 21 innings pitched thereafter. He should remain unowned at this time.