|2014 Season (CBSSports.com)||215.00||16.00||8.00||0.00||3.39||1.20||196.00||62.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Pittsburgh|| 5.0||0||0|| 5.40||0||2||5|
|vs LHB|| 48.2||0||0|| 2.59||0||9||34|
|vs RHB|| 53.2||0||0|| 3.86||0||17||40|
|10/19/2014||Mat Latos, SP CIN|
Yovani Gallardo, SP MIL
|Billy Hamilton, CF CIN|
Troy Tulowitzki, SS COL
Drew Pomeranz, RP OAK
|10/19/2014||Dustin Pedroia, 2B BOS|
James Paxton, SP SEA
|Mat Latos, SP CIN|
Starlin Castro, SS CHC
|10/19/2014||Corey Seager, SS LAD|
Jose Quintana, SP CHW
Buster Posey, C SF
Lucas Giolito, SP WAS
|Michael Brantley, LF CLE|
Mat Latos, SP CIN
Adrian Gonzalez, 1B LAD
|Last 10 Games|
Reds unconcerned with Mat Latos' long-term health
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(9/24/14) 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|
|(9/22/14) 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|
|(9/14/14) 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|
|(9/12/14) 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.
Miscue, homer ruin Mat Latos' day
|by Al Melchior | Data Analyst|
|(9/7/14) Mat Latos pitched well for five innings against the Mets on Sunday, but partly through no fault of his own, he lost his grip on a victory in his sixth and final inning. A fielding error by Billy Hamilton put Wilmer Flores on second, and that was the beginning of a three-run inning for the Mets, capped off by Anthony Recker's two-run homer off Latos.
Because of Hamilton's error, none of the three runs allowed by Latos were earned, buit he still got stuck with the loss. Latos allowed seven hits and a walk, while striking out five. His record evened out at 5-5, and his ERA fell to 3.25.
Latos' next outing is scheduled for Friday at the Brewers.
|After an up-and-down first season with the Reds, Mat Latos was probably the team's most reliable pitcher in 2013. Not only did he win 14 games for the third time in four seasons, but he set a career high with 210 2/3 innings and compiled his lowest ERA since a Petco Park-aided 2010. Making the performance even more impressive, Latos revealed in late September that he had been pitching with an abdominal strain for the last three months, and after the season, he had surgery to remove bone chips from his elbow. That might explain why his strikeout rate dipped to 6.0 per nine innings after the All-Star break. His stuff still suggests he's a potential strikeout-per-inning guy. Of course, in addition to the elbow surgery, he also needed surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his knee in February, delaying his start to spring training. He still hopes to be ready for the regular season, but the possibility of him missing time could drop him a round or two on Draft Day. When healthy, Latos is as reliable as any pitcher available after the top 15 or so, and at age 26, he still has plenty left in the tank. Don't hesitate to draft him among the top 25 starting pitchers.
(Updated 1/6/14) |
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