RP - NYY - MiLB
Tyler Lyons earned the win after recording the final out in the tip of the tenth inning Saturday against the Cubs.
Lyons got lucky in this one as he entered with two outs in the top of the tenth with a runner on. He then picked up the win when Kolten Wong hit a walkoff homer in the bottom of the inning. Lyons has a 5.59 ERA with 11 strikeouts and four walks in 9 2/3 innings so far this season.
Tyler Lyons pitched 1 1/3 innings and struck out two batters in the outing.
Lyons looks to be one of Mike Matheny's go to guys and should earn plenty of holds moving forward.
Tyler Lyons faced only one batter but was able to pick up his fifth hold of the season.
Though this wasn't much of an appearance for Lyons, he was still able to earn his fifth hold of the season. Lyons should continue to gets holds as he's being used in high leverage situations in the later innings.
Tyler Lyons pitched one inning Monday, giving up one hit and striking out one batter.
Lyons was in the mix with Dominic Leone for save chances before the signing of Greg Holland. Lyons will likely see a lot of late-inning work, but save chances are now slim to none.
Tyler Lyons pitched one inning and gave up two runs on one hit and one walk. Lyons also struck out one batter.
Probably not the spring debut he was hoping for, but there should be no worries for Lyons. Matheny has already stated that Lyons will not be stretched out this spring to be a starter and will focus on being a late inning reliever. As of right now, Luke Gregerson is the Cardinals closer, but if Gregerson fails in that role, Lyons should be the next in line to take over.