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Josh Staumont

Josh Staumont

RP - Minnesota Twins

Age: 30College: Azusa Pacific (CA)Bats: RThrows: RCountry: USA

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PHI @ MIN
Wed, 7/24 1:10pm
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Projection (?) 1.2 pts

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Josh Staumont (calf) optioned to Triple-A

The Twins activated Josh Staumont (calf) from the injured list and optioned him to Triple-A St. Paul.

Fantasy Impact

Staumont was on a rehab assignment with St. Paul after landing on the IL with a calf injury. The veteran could be recalled if the Twins need bullpen depth later this season.

Jesse Garcia14 weeks ago
Josh Staumont says he is fully healthy entering 2024 season

Josh Staumont told reporters that he is 100 percent healthy after undergoing offseason surgery.

Fantasy Impact

Staumont underwent thoracic outlet surgery in July. He should hold a high leverage role in the Twins bullpen behind Jhoan Duran.

Ari Koslow23 weeks ago
Josh Staumont (neck) suffers setback, to undergo more tests

Josh Staumont has reportedly suffered a setback and is set to undergo tests.

Fantasy Impact

Staumont has been sidelined since the first week of June with a strained neck. He remains without a timetable to return.

Ari Koslow1 year ago
Josh Staumont (neck) to throw bullpen session Wednesday

Royals relief pitcher Josh Staumont will throw a bullpen session on Wednesday as he rehabs a neck strain.

Fantasy Impact

The right-hander last pitched on June 5 against the Marlins, allowing two earned runs across an inning of work before landing on the injured list. Staumont owns a 5.40 ERA in 21 appearances this season but his 3.77 FIP and 4.26 SIERA suggest he should see positive regression upon his return.

Brenton Kemp1 year ago
Josh Staumont optioned to Triple-A Omaha

Josh Staumont has been optioned to Triple-A Omaha by the Kansas City Royals.

Fantasy Impact

Staumont was solid in Cactus League play for the Royals after making 42 relief appearances for the club last season but will ultimately begin the season in the minors.

Chris Schommer1 year ago