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Stanek has 29 starts in 59 appearances, but just 66 1/3 innings pitched and only 5 decisions – two wins and five losses. His ERA was a respectable 2.98, and he struck out 81 batters against only 27 walks, thus he pitched admirably.

Even though he only pitched 49 2/3 innings and had only two decisions – both losses – he was once again the Rays’ preferred opener in 2019 and led the majors with 25 games started in the first half of the season.

Ryne Stanek
Ryne Stanek

His 3.24 ERA and 54 strikeouts, on the other hand, indicated that he was continuing to excel in his specialized job.

On July 14th, he came close to making history when he retired all six hitters he faced in order in his first start against the Baltimore Orioles; he transferred the baton to Ryan Yarbrough, who was perfect for the following six innings.

As a result, the Rays had a chance to pitch the first combined perfect game in major league history in the ninth inning.

However, in the bottom of the ninth inning, Hanser Alberto, the Orioles’ first batter, managed to push a single courtesy of a defensive shift that broke up the bid. Even though he eventually scored, the Rays still won 4-1.

What Teams Has Ryne Stanek On?

Ryne Stanek has been on teams such as Tampa Bay Rays (2017–2019) Miami Marlins (2019–2020) Houston Astros (2021–present)

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