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35 Mat Latos SP
Height/Weight: 6-6/245 | Birthdate: 12/9/1987 | Birthplace: Alexandria, VA | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Miami | College: Broward (FL) CC | MLB Experience: 7 | Salary: $4,250,000 | Owned/Started%: 71/25 | Average Draft Position: 138.49
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Marlins SP Mat Latos allows two runs in 6 1/3 for no-decision


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(4/24/2015) Marlins starting pitcher Mat Latos allowed two runs in 6 1/3 innings on Friday for a no-decision against the Nationals.

Latos gave up six hits and struck out four in the outing.

After surrendering seven runs in 2/3 of an inning in his first start in Miami, Latos has now allowed six runs over his last 15 1/3 innings (3.58 ERA).

Latos contributed an RBI single in the game.

"Coming back here after that embarrassment, there was a lot of emotion running through that first inning," Latos said. "Every other inning seemed easier after that."

Latos is still winless and will look for his first win on Wednesday against the Mets.


Marlins starter Latos better, but not good enough Saturday


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(4/18/2015) It wasn't vintage Mat Latos on the mound Saturday for the Marlins, but at least he was more effective against the host Mets than he was in his first two outings this season.

That, however, isn't saying much.

The right-hander, who entered the night 0-2 with a disturbing 17.36 ERA, at least got through five innings for the first time in 2015. He yielded two runs on six hits with one walk and an encouraging five strikeouts. A home run by Travis d'Arnaud made it 2-0, but he escaped a bases loaded jam in the fourth and retired the side in order in the fifth.

Latos still took the loss and must wait until next Friday against Washington to go for his first victory.


Marlins P Mat Latos gives up two earned runs in loss


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(4/14/2015) Marlins pitcher Mat Latos went four innings and gave up two earned runs in Monday night’s 3-2 loss to the Braves.

Latos gave up a total of three runs, though one was unearned. He struck out five batters and walked three. He was credited with a loss and falls to 0-2 for the season. Latos' ERA is now at 17.36 through two starts. 

Latos' next projected start is on Saturday against the Mets. 


Scout's assessment of Latos' rough outing: 'Not setting up pitches well'


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/8/2015) There is no other way to say it -- starting pitcher Mat Latos' Marlins debut Tuesday was a disaster. The right-hander, who was picked up in a trade with the Reds in the offseason, didn't even make it out of the first inning -- allowing seven runs.

Latos called his performance the "worst night" he had in six years and was "straight embarrassed."

Perhaps the only positive to come out of Tuesday's performance was that he emerged healthy after being limited to 16 starts last season due to injury.

One scout in attendance gave his assessment of what went wrong for Latos.

“Not setting up pitches well. Some good pitches were getting hit," the scout told MLB.com.

Latos will look for better results in his next start Monday against the Braves. Latos is 3-3 with a 3.28 ERA in eight career starts against Atlanta.


Marlins P Mat Latos gives up seven runs, pulled from game


by Dave Peters | CBSSports.com
(4/7/2015) Marlins pitcher Mat Latos did not fare well in his debut with the team. Latos gave up seven earned runs and failed to get out of the first inning.

Latos pitched 2/3 of an inning, surrendering seven earned runs with two walks on six hits. He was pulled from the game with one out remaining in the top of the first inning, finishing with an ERA of 94.50. 

According to the Sun Sentinel, Latos is the first Marlins starter since Ryan Dempster in October of 2001 to give up at least seven runs and fail to get out of the first inning.

"Worst night I've had in six years," Latos said. "It sucks. Straight embarrassed." He said he feels fine beyond a "bruised ego," reports the Miami Herald.

Latos, who is now 0-1 on the season, is scheduled to pitch versus the Astros in his next start. 


Marlins change rotation plans to begin season


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/1/2015) Prior to Wednesday's spring game against the Nationals, Marlins manager Mike Redmond indicated he was likely going to keep the rotation alignment of Henderson Alvarez, Jarred Cosart, Mat Latos, Tom Koehler and Dan Haren in place to open the season.

Well, even with Cosart throwing six scoreless innings Wednesday in his return from a blister on his throwing hand, Redmond still opted to tweak the rotation.

Alvarez will still start Opening Day against the Braves, but he will now be followed by Latos, Koehler, Haren and Cosart. The first three pitchers will face the Braves, while Haren and Cosart will pitch against the Rays.


Marlins' Redmond not expecting rotation order to change


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/1/2015) Marlins manager Mike Redmond said Wednesday he is anticipating the rotation order to remain the same, per The Miami Herald. Henderson Alvarez will start Opening Day, and he will be followed by Jarred Cosart, Mat Latos, Tom Koehler and Dan Haren.

"(Wednesday) with Cosart throwing it's another big step, making sure his [blistered middle] finger gets through the grind of a game healthy," Redmond said. "I'm anticipating if everything stays fine with him this [order in the rotation] pretty much is what it is. But we'll know more after he goes out and pitches. I'm anticipating him being fine."


Marlins' Mat Latos: 'Struggling to find my mechanics'


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/23/2015) Marlins pitcher Mat Latos surrendered nine earned runs on eight hits and two walks in three innings while striking out one in Monday's spring start against the Mets.

"Struggling to find my mechanics, my balance, my release point," he said after coming out of the game, per the South Florida Sun Sentinel. "Everything was terrible. No other way to put it… I was destined to have a [bad] outing. I just didn’t know it was going to be one like that. That was borderline embarrassing. We’ll see if we can figure it out."

Latos indicated that he was having trouble with his release point Monday.

"The ball was coming out of my hand good, Latos said. "My release point is off. Normally I’m able to fix something when I’m on the mound. It only took me to the end of that third inning to kind of figure it out. I shortened my stride up just a little bit. I was landing too hard on my heel and spinning off and I shortened my stride up and I was able to get over the top of the ball.”

Latos has surrendered 11 earned runs in 10 innings this spring. He's expected to start the third game of the regular season.


Marlins' rotation likely set, Henderson Alvarez likely to pitch opener


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/23/2015) Marlins manager Mike Redmond strongly indicated Monday that the team's rotation is set, and though he did not make a formal announcement, Henderson Alvarez is expected to pitch Opening Day, MLB.com reports.

Alvarez will likely be followed in order by Jarred Cosart, Mat Latos, Dan Haren and Tom Koehler.

"I'd say we're probably set with those five guys, but I would never say 100 percent that we're set, because you never know what will happen," Redmond said.

Alvarez, Cosart and Koehler have struggled this spring while Haren and Latos have pitched well, but Redmond indicated he's not overly concerned with spring numbers.

"Part of spring training is not only building up your arm strength and your pitches," Redmond said, "it's working on things you're trying to sharpen up, whether it be Cosart working on his changeup, or guys working on secondary pitches they're trying to lock in for the season. I don't get overly excited about spring training outings. I look more at how they're executing pitches, whether they are keeping the ball down. We've missed up in the zone probably more than we have all spring, the last couple of starts for guys."


Marlins' Mat Latos gives up two runs in four innings Wednesday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/18/2015) Marlins pitcher Mat Latos surrendered two earned runs on two hits in four innings while striking out three in his team's 5-4 win over the Nationals Wednesday.

Latos breezed through the first three innings, sending down nine straight batters, but a single and stolen base at the top of the fourth put a runner in scoring position. A ground-rule double and another stolen base later, and a second run came home on a groundout before Latos retired the final two batters of the inning without issue. He finished with 36 strikes in 47 pitches.

"I felt good," Latos said after the outing, per the Associated Press. "I felt like I got in a groove early and got comfortable."

Latos tossed three scoreless innings in his first outing, giving him a 2.57 ERA in his two appearances.


Mat Latos fires three strong innings in Marlins' spring debut


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(3/13/2015) Marlins starting pitcher Mat Latos made his spring debut with his new club against the Cardinals on Friday. He allowed no runs on two hits and two walks while striking out two over three innings of work. Of his 39 pitches, 22 were called strikes.

"I was good enough to make pitches and get outs when I needed to," Latos said, per the Associated Press. "A couple ground ball double plays, those saved me."

Latos was initially scheduled to make start on Monday, but instead pitched a simulated game against minor-league players because of was a "little banged up," per manager Mike Redmond.

He is in his first year with the Marlins after being acquired in a December trade with the Reds. Last month, Latos indicated the Reds' medical staff rushed him back from knee surgery in 2014. He told reporters he's done talking about his former club.

"As far as what happened, it's done and it's over with," Latos said. "Turn the page."


Marlins scratch Mat Latos from spring debut


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(3/8/2015) Marlins RHP Mat Latos was scheduled to make his first spring start on Monday, but manager Mike Redmond said that plan was scrapped. 

Instead, Latos will pitch a simulated game against minor leaguers. 

Redmond said that Latos was a "little banged up" and the team wanted "to ease him into it". While he wouldn't name the specific problem, Redmond said that Latos didn't have an arm injury, and he'd done all his spring bullpen work, as scheduled.

"He's fine," Redmond told the Miami Herald. "We're just being cautious with him and let him get back on the mound, control how many hitters and how many pitches he throws. He's getting all his work in."


Reds fire back in response to Mat Latos' comments about medical staff


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(2/23/2015) Former Reds starting pitcher Mat Latos, who was traded to the Marlins in the offseason, had some pretty candid remarks about his former employer when talking with FOX Sports over the weekend. Latos indicated the Reds' medical staff rushed him back from knee surgery last spring.

“It’s kind of obvious when you’re looking at it and the (physical therapist) is looking at it, and this knee looks like a water balloon and this knee looks like a regular knee, don’t you think you would say, 'Hey, let’s get some of that swelling down before we do anything?'" Latos said. "But there’s nothing I can do about it. I went along with it because I wanted to be out there. I figured they knew what they were talking about."

The Reds responded to Latos' comments on Monday, and obviously they offered a different viewpoint.

"I think he made some comments when he left San Diego, too. Consider the source," Reds general manager Walt Jocketty said, per the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Reds starting pitcher Homer Bailey and catcher Devin Mesoraco, who have both dealt with injuries in the past, backed the team's medical staff.

“I never have [felt rushed],” Bailey said, per MLB.com. “I always felt like our medical staff has done an outstanding job from Day 1 -- all the way from Dr. Kremchek to all the way down. I couldn’t say enough good things about Paul, our PT staff, Steve Baumann. I don’t know what kind of experiences Mathew had. I’m sorry he feels that way. I’m sorry that he feels that way."

“The only thing I really wanted to say is those guys in there [the training room] do an unbelievable job,” Mesoraco said. “I fought and fought and fought to say, 'Hey, I wanted to play opening day.’ And they kind of held me back. They wouldn’t let me get to the point just because they knew how much time it took to heal. For him to say that they‘re rushing people to get back into the game couldn’t be any further from the truth. They really had to hold me back just because I wanted to be in there so bad."


Marlins' Mat Latos will get $9.4M salary after losing in arbitration


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(2/5/2015) Marlins starting pitcher Mat Latos lost his arbitration case and will receive a $9.4 million salary for 2015, according to CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. Latos was seeking $10.4 million.

Latos is in his final year of arbitration. He will be a free agent after the 2015 season. The right-hander made $7.25 million in 2014 after making $4.25 million in 2013.

He is in his first year with the Marlins after being acquired in a December trade with the Reds.


Marlins, Mat Latos swap arbitration figures


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(1/16/2015) Marlins pitcher Mat Latos has filed for $10.4 million in arbitration, while the team has offered $9.4 million, CBSSports.com baseball insider Jon Heyman reports.

Latos, who came over from the Reds in a December trade, is eligible for arbitration for the final time this offseason. He went 5-5 with a 3.25 ERA and 74:26 K:BB ratio in 102 1/3 innings over 16 starts in 2014.


Reds officially trade Mat Latos to Marlins for DeSclafani, Wallach


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(12/11/2014) The Reds announced Thursday they traded starting pitcher Mat Latos to the Marlins in exchange for starting pitcher Anthony DeSclafani and catcher Chad Wallach.

Latos is in his final year of arbitration. He was limited to just 16 starts in 2014 due to injury, going 5-5 with a 3.25 ERA. Latos has a 60-45 record with a 3.34 ERA in 153 career starts for the Padres and Reds.

DeSclafani went 2-2 with a 6.27 ERA and 1.36 WHIP in 13 appearances (five starts) for the Marlins in 2014. The 2011 sixth-round pick is 26-16 with a 3.23 ERA in 354 1/3 innings in the minors.

Wallach, a 2013 fifth-round pick, split the 2014 season between low Class A Greensboro and high Class A Jupiter. He hit .322 with a .431 on-base percentage, .457 slugging percentage, .888 OPS, seven home runs, 22 doubles and 57 RBI in 97 games.


Reds working on trading Mat Latos to Marlins


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(12/11/2014) The Reds are working on a trade to send starting pitcher Mat Latos to the Marlins, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com has confirmed. The Marlins are sending prospects Anthony DeSclafani and Chad Wallach to the Reds, according to FOX Sports reporter Ken Rosenthal.

Latos is in his final year of arbitration. He was limited to just 16 starts in 2014 due to injury, going 5-5 with a 3.25 ERA.

Latos has a 60-45 record with a 3.34 ERA in 153 career starts for the Padres and Reds.


Reds more likely to trade Leake, Latos than Cueto, Chapman


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(12/9/2014) Although the Reds have received calls on the availability of pitchers Johnny Cueto and Aroldis Chapman, it is more likely that Mike Leake or Mat Latos would be dealt this offseason instead, CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman reports.

Reds general manager Walt Jocketty said they were "close" to a couple of trades on Tuesday, but both fell through, per the Cincinnati Enquirer. When asked about rumors of a Chapman trade, Jocketty said, "I'll listen to anything that makes sense. It was not something we initiated."


Reds will likely trade one 2016 free-agent class starting pitcher


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/11/2014) Reds general manager Walt Jocketty said Tuesday he suspects he will have to trade one of the four starting pitchers due to hit the free-agent market next offseason, according to the Boston Herald

Johnny Cueto, Alfredo Simon, Mat Latos and Mike Leake are all set to become free agents after the 2015 season. Jocketty said he would like to keep Cueto.


Rival execs say Reds willing to entertain offers for starters


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(11/10/2014) Rival executives say the Reds are "listening" to what teams may offer for certain members of their starting rotation, reports CBS Sports Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. Johnny Cueto, Mat Latos, Mike Leake and Alfredo Simon all are eligible for free agency after the 2015 season, though it's unlikely the team would trade its ace, Cueto, the report said.

Heyman noted that "Latos recent history of injuries might limit his value, Leake has a decent pay day coming as a fifth-year arbitration eligible player and Simon wasn't as good in the second half after a big beginning last year. So none of those pitchers would bring anything close to the kind of haul Cueto could potentially bring."


Reds SP Mat Latos undergoes procedure on elbow


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/5/2014) Reds starting pitcher Mat Latos said during an SiriusXM Radio interview he underwent a procedure on his elbow. Latos missed time early and late in the season because of elbow issues.

"I had stem cells put into my elbow to regrow some of the tissue in the cartilage missing," he said.

Latos was limited to 16 starts in 2014, which were the fewest he made since his rookie season in 2009. Latos went 5-5 with a 3.25 ERA.


Reds unconcerned with Mat Latos' long-term health


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(9/24/2014) The Reds are unconcerned about the long-term health of Mat Latos as the pitcher begins to rehab for the 2015 season, MLB.com reports.

"I don’t think there’s concern that there are long term issues," manager Bryan Price said Wednesday. "I think he has some inflammation. It’s been strictly a rehab process to this point. He’s been able to throw but not able to throw completely pain free. He’s been examined by Dr. [Tim] Kremchek. He’s been getting regular attention from [head trainer] Paul Lessard and training the staff. We anticipate him — without any hiccups, any concerns at all – going into Spring Training 2015. There are no reservations at all in that regard."

Latos made just two starts in September before being shut down with a bone bruise on his elbow. He went 5-5 with a 3.25 ERA and 74:26 K:BB ratio in 102 1/3 innings over 16 starts.


Mat Latos officially done for season


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/22/2014) Reds starting pitcher Mat Latos, who has missed his last two turns in the rotation with a bruised right elbow, will not return to make one last start, according to MLB.com.

"We haven't gotten beyond the game of catch at this time. It hasn't been fluid or completely pain free," Reds manager Bryan Price said.

Daniel Corcino will take Latos' final turn Wednesday against the Brewers. After missing the first 2 1/2 months because of surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee, Latos went 5-5 with a 3.25 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 6.5 strikeouts per nine innings in 16 starts.


Reds' skipper not eager to rush Mat Latos back


by Al Melchior | Data Analyst
(9/14/2014) According to Reds manager Bryan Price, Mat Latos is highly unlikely to make his next start and could miss the rest of the season. Price told the Cincinnati Enquirer, "We're not going to try to force feed Mat his last few starts if he's not feeling really good."

Latos did not take his most recent turn in the Reds' rotation on Friday, as he has been dealing with a bone bruise on his right elbow.


Bone bruise prevents Mat Latos from taking mound


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(9/12/2014) Reds right-hander Mat Latos has been scratched from his Friday start in Milwaukee with a bone bruise on his right elbow. Daniel Corcino will take his place on the mound.

Latos has eight quality starts in his last 10 outings. He is 5-5 with a 3.25 ERA on the year.