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Tyler Mahle allowed three earned runs on two hits, while striking out six and walking three over 3.1 IP to earn the no-decision in the Reds 5-4 defeat versus the Royals on Wednesday.
Mahle may have allowed three runs over 3.1 innings but he continues to rack up the strikeouts, tallying 16 over his 13.1 IP this season. Those innings come with six walks and five earned runs however, so be careful when considering to roster the Reds righty.
Tyler Mahle allowed one hit and two walks while striking out six across six scoreless innings in Tuesday’s 4-2 loss to the Indians. He did not factor into the decision.
Mahle was brilliant in Tuesday’s contest, but was out dueled by Indians ace Shane Bieber. He owns a 1.80 ERA and 10:3 K:BB across his first two starts. Mahle will stick into the rotation with Wade Miley landing on the injured list, and is worth adding in all league formats. His next scheduled start is Monday against the Royals.
Tyler Mahle will remain in the Reds rotation and is scheduled to start Sunday against the Tigers.
Wade Miley (groin) was placed on the IL, Mahle will stick in the Reds rotation. In Mahle’s only start, he allowed two runs on six hits with one walk and four strikeouts in an 8-7 loss to the Cubs. “We’ve seen what he’s capable of, he has the slider that continues to get better and he’s always had the good fastball. We’ll miss Wade, but it’ll also be good to see Tyler,” said Reds manager David Bell. Mahle can be used as a streamer in his next scheduled start Sunday against the Tigers.
Tyler Mahle allowed two runs on six hits an one walk while striking out four across four innings in Tuesday's 8-5 loss to the Cubs. He did not factor into the decision.
Mahle threw a total of 69 pitches, racking up 15 strikes (10 swinging) in Tuesday's loss. He surrounded three consecutive hits in the fourth, but managed to escape the inning allowing one run. Anthony DeSclafani (shoulder) is set to return and expected to replace Mahle in the rotation. The 25-year-old is only worth holding onto in deep-league formats.
Reds manager David Bell views RHP Tyler Mahle as a possible piggyback option.
Cincinnati's rotation is set at the moment, which puts Mahle in a long relief role. The 25-year-old posted an underwhelming 5.14 ERA last year but could pitch significant innings if some of the Reds' starter can't go deep into games. Still, Mahle isn't someone you should be targeting in fantasy right now.