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Paul Fry allowed three runs on four hits, two walks, and zero strikeouts in two-thirds of an inning.
Fry allowed two home runs. He's got a 5.44 ERA this season.
Paul Fry was perfect on Friday with three strikeouts in one, and one-third innings pitched.
Fry was the first man out of the bullpen and finished off the fifth inning before pitching the sixth in a game the Orioles won 6-1. He's not considered in standard redraft leagues, but with nine holds and two saves, he has some value in holds + saves leagues.
Paul Fry pitched a perfect one and one-third innings with one strikeout to get the win.
Fry has a 3.93 ERA in 35 games this season.
Paul Fry allowed one run on one hit, one walk, and one strikeout in one-third of an inning.
Fry has been shakey recently; since June 18th, his ERA has skyrocketed from 1.78 to 3.77. But he hasn't been terrible over that stretch. Instead, he's been hurt by managerial decisions and inherited runners scoring. He entered Friday's game with one out in the bottom of the ninth, walked Shohei Ohtani, who stole second base and scored on a Jared Walsh single. Because of Fry's recent struggles, the door is open for other Orioles relievers to take the closer's role. Cole Sulser might be the new favorite for saves in the Orioles bullpen; stay tuned.
Paul Fry allowed three runs on three hits with one strikeout.
Fry came on in the bottom of the eighth in a tie game but struggled in the ninth after a perfect eighth. He loaded the bases on an HBP and two singles before being knocked by a third single. Then two of his inherited runners scored. It's the fifth run Fry has allowed via inherited runner since June 19th.