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Royals prospect LHP Daniel Lynch allowed just one run over 5 1/3 innings in Tuesday's start for Triple-A Omaha.
Lynch struck out six and walked just one. This was his second start in Triple-A since getting demoted, and it was easily the better of his outings thus far. The lefty still needs more seasoning in the minors for now, but we could see him in Kansas City again come late-summer, 2021.
The Royals optioned LHP Daniel Lynch to Triple-A Omaha.
Lynch has been shelled over his first three MLB starts, so this was a move that the Royals had to do. The 24-year-old is still considered a strong long-term fantasy pitcher, but he simply needs more experience in the upper minors. Fantasy managers in dynasty leagues shouldn't sell based off his recent performance. He'll likely be back with the Royals later this summer.
Daniel Lynch (0-2) allowed four runs (three earned) on seven hits and no walks while striking out four across two 2/3 innings in Thursday’s 4-3 loss against the Tigers. He was tagged with his second loss of the season.
Lynch threw a clean first inning before unraveling in the second frame. He surrendered four runs in the second and was tagged with his second loss of the season. The 24-year-old threw 66 pitches, landing 46 for strikes. Lynch has struggled mightily since being called up on May 3rd. He owns a 15.75 ERA, 2.88 WHIP, and seven strikeouts over three appearances in 2021. Lynch is lined up to face the Brewers on Wednesday.
Daniel Lynch (0-1) allowed eight runs on seven hits and walked one over 2/3 of an inning in Saturday's 9-1 loss to the White Sox.
Lynch was unable to escape the first inning and surrendered eight runs in Saturday’s loss. He threw a total of 34 pitches before exiting. The Royals' top prospect owns an 18.56 ERA, 3.00 WHIP, and 3:5 K: BB across five 1/3 innings in 2021. Lynch will look for better results in his next start against the White Sox on Friday.
Daniel Lynch allowed three runs on four hits and four walks while striking out three across four 2/3 innings during Monday’s 8-6 loss to Cleveland. He did not factor into the decision.
Lynch made his MLB debut on Monday after being called up by the Royals Sunday. He threw 74 pitches, landing 46 for strikes. The 24-year-old walked four batters and exiting after four 2/3 innings of work. Lynch will need to show better command if he plans to stick in the Royals rotation. The Royals rookie will look for better results in his next start against the White Sox this weekend.