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Max Fried pitched five innings, allowing four hits, and one earned run Friday. He struck out three Mets and picked up his 14th win of the season.
Fried pitched well but was removed after five innings due to illness. The 28-year-old has a 2.48 ERA, 1.01 WHIP, .225 BAA, and a 8.26 K/9 ratio in 30 games this season. Continue to start Fried moving forward.
Max Fried left Friday's game against the Mets after five innings due to an illness.
Fried completed five innings, allowing one run and striking out three before exiting the game. He got sick in a trash can between innings and did not return to the mound.
Max Fried's next start will be pushed from Tuesday to this weekend in order to face the Mets on extra rest. Kyle Muller will start Tuesday in his place.
This is a logical move for the Braves as their series with the Mets could very well decide the NL East. This isn't a great move for fantasy managers, however, as Fried might end up losing a start at the end of the year depending on how things play out.
Max Fried pitched five innings, allowing one earned run on five hits and a walk while striking out eight during Atlanta's loss to Philadelphia on Thursday.
A tough luck loss for Fried who only let one run pass on a second-inning sacrifice fly. The Braves just couldn't get anything going offensively and ultimately took on a 1-0 loss. Fried doesn't have a win in his last three starts even though he's allowed two runs or fewer in each of those games. With the loss, his record drops to 13-7 with a 2.50 ERA and 1.0 WHIP with a 167:32 strikeout-to-walk ratio over 29 starts. His next scheduled start is against the Nationals on Tuesday.
Max Fried pitched six innings allowing two earned runs on four hits and three walks while striking out four during Atlanta's win over Philadelphia on Friday.
The two earned runs against were via solo home runs by Kyle Schwarber in the fourth inning and Jean Segura in the fifth. He's now allowed two home runs in two straight games after allowing just two in his 14 previous starts. Fried has been sharp otherwise recently, allowing two runs or fewer in each of his last eight starts and 14 of his previous 15 games. Overall this year he has a 13-6 record with a sublime 2.52 ERA and 1.02 WHIP with 159 strikeouts over 175 1/3 innings pitched. He'll next take the mound in a matchup against the Nationals on Wednesday.