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Kohl Stewart went 3 2/3 innings versus the Giants Saturday. He allowed three runs and took the loss.
Stewart has looked good in his two starts but it remains to be seen what his role will be when Trevor Williams returns. It would need to be a deep format to give Stewart much value outside of a spot start.
Kohl Stewart went five innings versus the Padres Monday. He allowed only one unearned run and earned his first win.
Stewart was called up when Williams was put on the IL. He is unlikely to stay in the rotation once people start getting healthy, although a few more performances like this one might help.
Kohl Stewart is opting out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19 concerns.
Stewart is considered high-risk as he’s a Type-1 diabetic. He was scheduled to start Sunday’s game against the Blue Jays, but has decided to step away for the season. Steward was removed from the 60-man player pool and Tom Eshelman was called up in his place.
Kohl Stewart started Tuesday's exhibition against the Nationals, tossing 3 and 1/3 innings. He allowed three runs on three hits and two walks while striking out three.
Stewart has an 8.53 ERA between Spring Training and Summer Camp, and is likely to be nothing more than a long reliever for the Orioles at this point.
Kohl Stewart started Sunday's game against the Yankees, surrendering three runs on five hits. He struck out two.
Stewart has been dealing with biceps soreness, and he may have been a little rusty in this one. Stewart features three average pitches (fastball, slider, curveball), but has poor command. He has an outside chance at earning a rotation spot.