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Nick Lodolo allowed one run over five innings Saturday, striking out and walking five batters. Lodolo didn't factor into the decision in his last start of the season.
Lodolo had an up-and-down rookie season but finished strong and looks poised to be one of the leaders of the Reds' rotation next year. Lodolo finished 2022 with a 4-7 record, a 3.66 ERA, 1.25 WHIP, and 11.4 K's per nine. Lodolo profiles as a back-end fantasy rotation starter with upside for 2023.
Nick Lodolo allowed one run over six innings Sunday, striking out six. The run came off a second-inning HR to Hunter Renfroe. The Reds won the game 2-1, but Lodolo didn't factor into the decision.
Lodolo threw another quality start for the Reds, which he's made a habit of over the second half of the season. The rookie is sporting a 3.75 ERA and 1.24 WHIP this year, averaging 11.5 Ks per nine. Next up for Lodolo is the Cubs, an excellent matchup in what will likely be his final start of the season.
Nick Lodolo dropped to 4-7 after allowing three runs over five innings Tuesday. The rookie hurler struck out seven Red Sox in five innings and only allowed three hits, but they were a triple and two home runs.
Lodolo was close to another quality start but left after five innings. He remains a solid streaming option down the stretch, especially if you are seeking strikeouts. Lodolo's next start should come either Sunday vs. the Brewers or Monday at the Pirates. Both are decent streaming options, especially if he goes on Monday.
Nick Lodolo dropped to 4-6 after allowing three runs over six and one-third innings Wednesday. Lodolo struck out 11 Pirates but allowed a three-run HR to Rodolfo Castro in the third inning.
Despite the loss, Lodolo's fantasy managers must be happy with the Ks, and his ERA and WHIP weren't too bad. On the season, Lodolo's ERA now sits at 3.81 and his WHIP at 1.27 with an impressive 11.65 Ks per nine. The rookie gets Boston at home next and is a viable streaming option for those seeking strikeouts the rest of the way.
Nick Lodolo won his fourth game after pitching eight innings and only allowing two runs while striking out 11.
The eight innings pitched and 11 strikeouts were career highs for the rookie, who is coming on strong down the stretch. Lodolo has thrown quality starts in four of his last five outings and looks like he could develop into a top-of-the-rotation starter for the Reds. On the season, Lodolo's ERA now sits at 3.78, with a 1.30 WHIP and 11.3 K's per nine. Next up for Lodolo should be the Pirates at home, which is an ideal matchup for streaming.