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Reds' Art Warren: Struggles mightily Sunday

Warren (2-2) allowed four runs on three hits and a walk while failing to record an out to take the loss and the blown save Sunday against the Giants. Warren had been effective over his last four outings, as he tossed 4.2 scoreless innings to earn two saves and a hold during that time. Tyler Mahle carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning Sunday, but Warren surrendered the lead in the top of the eighth inning and was charged with his third blown save of the year. While the right-hander had earned more closing duties recently, he's now converted just three of six save chances this season, and he's posted a 7.27 ERA and 1.62 WHIP in 17.1 innings over 19 appearances in 2022. Tony Santillan and Alexis Diaz could see more ninth-inning work following Warren's rough outing.
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Reds vs. Pirates score: Cincinnati pitchers Hunter Greene, Art Warren combine for eight no-hit innings

The Cincinnati Reds are through eight hitless innings against the Pittsburgh Pirates are three outs away from a combined no-hitter. Rookie right-hander Hunter Greene working 7 1/3 hitless frames but gave way to reliever Art Warren after issuing back-to-back walks and seeing his pitch count rise. This would be the third no-hitter of the 2022 season.
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Reds' Art Warren: Squanders save chance

Warren (2-1) blew the save but was credited with the win Tuesday against the Guardians. He gave up a walk and a two-run home run without a strikeout in his inning of work. The Reds' two-run lead evaporated quickly with Warren on the mound, as he walked the first batter he faced and then served up a homer to Owen Miller. Warren got the win when Cincinnati rallied in the 10th, but it was another shaky outing. He now has a 7.11 ERA this season and could take a back seat to Alexis Diaz in the ninth inning for the time being.
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Locals in pro baseball: Art Warren continues to develop with Reds

Art Warren continues to grow into his role in the Cincinnati Reds bullpen, with the Napoleon High School graduate on pace to set a career high for major-league appearances. Although the Reds are struggling with a 5-23 record through Sunday, Warren, a 29-year-old right-hander in his third MLB season, is showing promise. In 10 outings, Warren is working at a better than a strikeout-per-inning rate, with 11 strikeouts in nine innings pitched.
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Reds' Art Warren: Charged with blown save, loss

Warren (0-1) blew the save and took the loss Saturday against the Rockies, allowing three runs on two hits and two walks in one-third of an inning. With Cincinnati holding a lead in the sixth inning, manager David Bell turned to one of his best relievers in Warren in a high-leverage spot. Unfortunately for Warren, his breaking stuff just wasn't breaking in the thin air of Coors Field. The Reds haven't had many leads to protect lately and the last save went to Lucas Sims, so Warren's fantasy viability is limited at the moment.
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Get to know Reds reliever Art Warren

This story was excerpted from Mark Sheldon's Reds Beat newsletter. To read the full newsletter, click here. And subscribe to get it regularly in your inbox. One Reds reliever who has been off to a nice start overall is right-hander Art Warren. Entering Wednesday, Warren owned a 4.15 ERA, but four of his first five appearances were scoreless. According to Statcast, he ranks in the 89th percentile for whiff percentage and the 95th percentage for chase rate. Much of the credit has gone to his use of a slider that’s becoming his most effective pitch.
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Fantasy Baseball Bullpen Report: Can we trust Art Warren, Jake Diekman or David Robertson for saves?

If you want to know who's in line for every team's next save, you've come to the right place. Kidding, of course. It's impossible to know these days. Managers are deliberately tight-lipped, and the ones who aren't seem to go out of their way to mislead us (looking at you, Gabe Kapler). Generally, we're left to infer their leanings based on past usage, but as you might expect, patterns are difficult to detect this time of year.
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Reds' Art Warren: Picks up first career save

Warren earned the first save of his career Sunday by throwing a scoreless ninth inning with one strikeout and one hit allowed against Atlanta. Tony Santillan, who earned the save for Cincinnati on Opening Day, got the final out of the seventh inning before pitching the eighth. Sunday's appearance was the first of the regular season for Warren, who emerged last year to become one of manager David Bell's most trusted bullpen options. This looks like it may be a full-blown closer committee, with Warren and Santillan at its head, at least until Lucas Sims (elbow) returns.
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Reds' Art Warren: Listed as closer candidate

Warren was named by manager David Bell as one of a large number of closer candidates Saturday, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Warren looked like one of the top options in the absence of Lucas Sims (elbow), and that's now been confirmed by his manager. Warren's 1.29 ERA and 41.5 percent strikeout rate last season certainly look like closer material, though that came in just 21 innings. It's possible the Reds go with a veteran instead, with Luis Cessa, Hunter Strickland and Justin Wilson all reportedly in the mix.
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Reds' Art Warren: Could see early saves

Warren could see save chances early in the season, as Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that presumptive closer Lucas Sims (elbow) will open the season on the injured list. Sims won't necessarily miss an extended period, but he came to camp behind schedule after dealing with elbow and...
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Former Ashland U pitcher Art Warren working hard, staying patient as MLB lockout continues

Imagine you are Art Warren. Imagine you are heading into what could be your first full Major League Baseball season with your hometown team, the Cincinnati Reds. Imagine you have worked for years — from the University of Cincinnati to Ashland University to the Seattle Mariners organization — then were waived and purchased by MLB teams twice in less than three months, then had a strong 2021 season disrupted by injury.
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Art Warren was the Reds most underrated rookie performer in 2021

When it comes to rookie performers in 2021, the Cincinnati Reds roster was littered with first-year players. But the most underrated rookie on the team was relief pitcher Art Warren. It's easy to dismiss Warren as a rookie as he did make his major league debut in 2019. However, the...
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Reds reliever Art Warren proved his mettle during surprising 2021 campaign

The Cincinnati Reds bullpen was an unmitigated disaster in 2021. Collectively, the relief corps' ERA was an eye-popping 4.99, good enough for 13th in the National League. Still, a few stalwart performances stood out, but few were more surprising than Art Warren's 2021 campaign. Warren, who was acquired from the...
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Reds' Art Warren: Back from injured list

Warren (oblique) was activated from the 60-day injured list Saturday. Warren has been out since mid-July and was originally expected to miss 3-to-6 weeks. However, he was shifted to the 60-day injured list in August after failing to progress as anticipated. Warren has had a very effective season out of the bullpen to this point, maintaining a 1.88 ERA with a 1.05 WHIP to go along with a 21:6 K:BB across 14.1 innings.
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