SP - BAL
John Means allowed two runs on five hits, two walks, and five strikeouts in seven innings. The Orioles lost 6-0 and are 45-94 this season.
Means will face the Yankees in his next start. He allowed 11 hard-hit balls and got eight whiffs against the Royals on Thursday.
John Means allowed two runs on three hits, two walks, and five strikeouts in five innings, but the Orioles lost Friday 4-3.
Means gave up four hard-hit balls, got 12 whiffs, and topped out at 94.7 MPH. He's got a 3.47 ERA, 4.41 xFIP, 5.19 K/BB ratio, and will face the Royals in his next start.
John Means allowed two runs on five hits, zero walks, and five strikeouts in six and one-third innings. Means left with the lead on Saturday, but the Orioles blew it in the eighth inning and lost 4-3. They're 40-88 this season.
Means allowed five hard-hit balls, got eight whiffs, and topped out at 95.3 MPH. He should be left out of line-ups when the Orioles travel to New York to face the Yankees on Friday.
John Means allowed three runs on four hits, two walks, and five strikeouts in six innings on Sunday. The Orioles lost 38-85 and are losers of 18 straight games.
Means gave up five hard-hit balls, got nine whiffs, and topped out at 94.8 MPH. He'll face the Rays in his next start on Saturday, where he's I recommend he sit in standard redraft leagues.
John Means went four innings, allowing seven runs (four earned) on eight hits, zero walks, and seven strikeouts. The Orioles lost 10-0 and are a Major League worst 38-80 this season.
Means has allowed 21 runs in 31 innings since being activated off the IL on July 20th. His ERA has ballooned from 2.28 to 3.44 and his xFIP is 4.52, so fantasy managers can drop him if they'd like.