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Rays' Shane McClanahan: Takes second loss

McClanahan (2-2) allowed three runs (two earned) on seven hits and one walk while striking out four across five innings to take the loss Tuesday against the White Sox. The only major damage McClanahan allowed was a solo home run to Adam Engel in the fifth inning. He did have to regularly work with runners on base, though his final line was skewed as four of the knocks against him were infield hits. The outing was also positive as McClanahan managed to complete five innings after working only a combined 6.1 frames across his last two starts. For the season, McClanahan has a 4.42 ERA with 46 strikeouts across 38.2 innings.
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Fantasy Baseball Week 12 Preview: Top 10 sleeper pitchers highlight Tarik Skubal, Shane McClanahan

Once again, the two-start options who might actually be available in your league are largely uninspiring, which is why three of my top four recommendations for Week 12 (June 14-20) are in line for only one start. By the fifth recommendation, I'm already getting a little squeamish in categories leagues, where preserving ERA and WHIP are typically of greater concern than simply maximizing volume.
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Rays' Shane McClanahan: Struggles in short outing

McClanahan did not factor in the decision Wednesday versus Washington despite giving up three runs on five hits and three walks over three innings. He struck out four. The southpaw was wildly inefficient in the start, needing 77 pitches -- 45 of which were strikes -- to retire nine batters. He was stung by a pair of long balls and could have had an even worse stat line if not for Washington stranding five runners in his three innings. This was the second straight poor outing for McClanahan, who has given up a total of seven runs and 10 hits over his past 6.1 frames. He'll try to get back on track in his next start, which is tentatively slated for Tuesday on the road against the White Sox.
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NYY vs TB: Jordan Montgomery vs. Shane McClanahan

A victory, at last! With an eleventh-inning, walk-off home run last night, Clint Frazier broke the Yankees’ lengthy losing streak, which began sometime during the reign of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius. Today, they try to turn that losing streak into a winning streak. Jordan Montgomery (2-1, 4.22 ERA, 3.69...
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New York Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays: Jordan Montgomery vs. Shane McClanahan

A victory, at last! With an eleventh-inning, walk-off home run last night, Clint Frazier broke the Yankees’ lengthy losing streak, which began sometime during the reign of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius. Today, they try to turn that losing streak into a winning streak. Jordan Montgomery (2-1, 4.22 ERA, 3.69...
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Rays' Shane McClanahan: Chased early by Yankees

McClanahan (2-1) allowed four earned runs on five hits and two walks while striking out six across 3.1 innings to take the loss Wednesday against the Yankees. McClanahan ran into trouble early in the game when he surrendered a two-run homer to the fourth batter he faced in the opening frame. He ran into trouble again two innings later, and he ultimately exited the game with one out in the fourth inning with the bases loaded. McClanahan had shown the ability to work deeper into games prior to this start, as he recorded at least 15 outs in each of his last three outings. Now 30.2 innings into his major-league career, McClanahan has a 4.11 ERA with 38 strikeouts and nine walks.
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Rays' Shane McClanahan: Solid in no-decision

McClanahan allowed one earned run on four hits and two walks while striking out four across five innings in the win over the Blue Jays on Saturday. He did not factor into the decision. McClanahan allowed his only run to score in the first inning on a two-out double by...
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Shane McClanahan Earns First Big League Win, Rays Pound Mets 12-5

Rays Offense Capitalizes With Runners In Scoring Position. St. Petersburg, FL – Shane McClanahan (1-0, 4.67 ERA) picked up his first big league win as the Rays banged out 15 hits in their 12-5 win over the New York Mets. With the win, Tampa Bay wins their third in a...
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Rays' Shane McClanahan: Earns first win

McClanahan (1-0) allowed four runs on six hits in 5.1 innings with seven strikeouts and one walk, earning the win in Saturday's 12-5 victory over the Mets. The flame-throwing lefty yielded two home runs on sliders down the middle, which accounted for all four runs. Saturday was the longest, albeit highest-scoring start of the season for McClanahan, who pitched exactly four innings in each of his first three appearances. The young southpaw boasts elite stuff and has the potential to be a dominant starter once he improves his command of it.
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Rays' Shane McClanahan: Fans five in no-decision

McClanahan allowed four hits and two walks while striking out five. He did not factor in the decision. As in his previous two outings, McClanahan struck out five over four innings, and he did so Sunday while allowing three runs. The lefty threw 50 of 80 pitches for strikes and tossed first-pitch strikes to 13 of 18 batters. He has now allowed five earned runs over his first twelve big-league innings while registering a 15:4 K:BB. The rookie's vast array of pitches and high velocity should keep him in the conversation for staying in the Rays' rotation.
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Shane McClanahan, Have the Rays found the next Chris Sale?

Shane McClanahan Tampa Bay Rays (Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images) Shane McClanahan made his second start of the 2021 season Tuesday night in Anaheim. It was very similar to his first. McClanahan once again went four innings, striking out five hitters, on nearly the same amount of pitches. He threw...
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Shane McClanahan impresses again as Rays beat Angels, 8-3

Shane McClanahan put on another show Tuesday. And the Tampa Bay Rays put up another win, beating Joe Maddon’s Los Angeles Angels 8-3. The hard-throwing lefty from the University of South Florida dazzled again in his second start, showing off his blazing fastball and biting slider in working four shutout innings.
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Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire: Nico Hoerner, Shane McClanahan, Yusei Kikuchi

One month through the season, fantasy baseball players have already experienced the waiver wire’s impact. Yermín Mercedes, Jazz Chisholm Jr.., Cedric Mullins, Carson Kelly, Danny Duffy, Carlos Rodón, Trevor Rogers, Diego Castillo, and Alex Reyes all excelled in April after falling under the radar in March. When returning here next...
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Rays' Shane McClanahan: Tosses four strong innings

McClanahan completed four scoreless innings against the Angels on Tuesday, allowing two hits and two walks while striking out five. He did not factor in the decision. For the second straight start, the rookie dazzled but was not allowed to go deep enough to qualify for a win. As in his previous outing, McClanahan struck out five over four innings, and he did so Wednesday without allowing a run. The southpaw issued two walks but demonstrated solid control, throwing 44 of 63 pitches for strikes and tossing first-pitch strikes to 11 of 16 batters. He has allowed only two earned runs over his first eight big-league innings while registering a 10:2 K:BB. Those numbers make a compelling case for McClanahan to stay in the rotation, and he should grow as a fantasy asset as he increases his pitch count. He's tentatively projected to start again this weekend at Oakland.