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Dallas Keuchel | Starting Pitcher | #60

Team: Houston Astros
Age / DOB:  (28) / 1/1/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'3" / 206
Bats / Throws: Left / Left
College: Arkansas
Drafted: 2009 / Rd. 7 (0) / HOU
Contract: view contract details

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Dallas Keuchel (shoulder) hopes to start throwing in December.
Keuchel, who won his third straight Gold Glove on Tuesday, didn't pitch after August 27 due to left shoulder inflammation. He's been working on strengthening his shoulder and will go for an MRI later this month. If he gets good news, he's hoping to be considered to pitch for Team USA in the upcoming World Baseball Classic. Keuchel will be aiming to rebound in 2017 after he posted a disappointing 4.55 ERA and 1.29 WHIP over 26 starts. Nov 9 - 11:21 AM

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Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow said Monday that Dallas Keuchel (shoulder) isn't close to throwing.

Keuchel hasn't thrown in two weeks due to left shoulder inflammation. The southpaw indicated on Friday that the injury requires 4-6 weeks of rest, so while the Astros are leaving the window open a crack in case they make it deep into the playoffs, he's essentially done for the year. "Still not throwing, so the more days that go by without throwing, the longer it's going to take him to ramp up," said Luhnow. "We'd have to go to pretty deep into the postseason for that even to be a consideration."
Sep 19 - 10:25 PM

Dallas Keuchel (shoulder) isn't expected to throw until Monday at the earliest.

If the Astros have a rough weekend and their playoff hopes take a huge hit, the Astros may play things safe and simply shut him down for the remainder. He has been a disaster overall this season, compiling a 4.55 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 144/48 K/BB ratio over 168 innings.
Sep 17 - 12:14 AM

Dallas Keuchel (shoulder) is tentatively scheduled to play catch on Wednesday.

Keuchel hasn't started a major league game since August 27 due to shoulder inflammation, but an MRI last week turned up negative and he's aiming to return to the Astros' rotation before the end of the regular season. Keuchel has registered a disappointing 4.55 ERA in 2016 after grabbing American League Cy Young Award honors in 2015.
Sep 13 - 7:38 PM

An MRI on Dallas Keuchel's left shoulder came back negative.

He's merely dealing with inflammation, so the southpaw can breathe a sigh of relief. Keuchel needs to strengthen the shoulder before he can resume a throwing program, however, as he'll remain shut down at least through the weekend. There would seem to be a pretty decent chance he'll return this month, though.
Sep 9 - 5:05 PM

The medical examination of Dallas Keuchel's left shoulder inflammation did not reveal any tears or structural damage.

Keuchel was scheduled to start on Tuesday after being pushed back from a previously scheduled Friday outing, but he was scratched from that one due to left shoulder inflammation. He was administered a cortisone shot during his medical check earlier this week and while there is no current timetable for his return, the Astros are probably breathing a sigh of relief that no structural damage was found.
Sep 7 - 5:05 PM

Dallas Keuchel (shoulder) was scratched from Tuesday's start against the Indians and has flown back to Houston to see doctors.

Keuchel already had Friday's scheduled start pushed back due to what was termed as fatigue, but Astros manager A.J. Hinch said Monday that he's dealing with left shoulder inflammation. He has been shut down from throwing for the time being and given where we are in the season, he could be done for the year depending on what doctors find. Stay tuned. As for Tuesday against the Indians, Brad Peacock will start in his place.
Sep 5 - 5:00 PM

Dallas Keuchel's (arm) next scheduled start has been pushed back to Tuesday versus the Indians.

It had already been pushed back once due to fatigue in his throwing arm, and he's still not responding as the Astros had hoped. Even the Tuesday assignment seems tentative at this point. Doug Fister, Joe Musgrove and Collin McHugh will start this weekend in Texas.
Sep 2 - 5:54 PM

Dallas Keuchel will be pushed back from his scheduled Friday start due to fatigue.

In order to afford Keuchel an extra day's rest or two, Doug Fister will start in his place against the Rangers on Friday night. The reigning AL Cy Young winner won't be pushed out of the key series entirely, though, and is expected to start on either Saturday or Sunday.
Aug 31 - 6:52 PM

Dallas Keuchel gave up two runs in seven innings of work as the Astros beat the Rays 6-2 on Saturday.

His wildly inconsistent season took a swing in the right direction tonight. He was unscored upon until the fifth inning when ninth-place hitter Bobby Wilson took him deep with a runner aboard. Keuchel gave up nine hits and a walk while generating four strikeouts on the night. His record improves to 9-12 with a 4.55 ERA in 168 innings.
Aug 27 - 10:58 PM

Dallas Keuchel pitched well in Sunday's victory over the Orioles, fanning seven over eight innings of two-run baseball.

Keuchel scattered five hits and walked one on the afternoon. He allowed a solo homer to Jonathan Schoop in the fourth inning and an RBI single to Adam Jones in the fifth, but that was the extent of the damage against him. Keuchel has been incredibly inconsistent this season, pitching to a 4.64 ERA and 1.28 WHIP across 161 innings. He'll look to replicate this fine effort when he takes on the Rays at home on Saturday.
Aug 21 - 8:57 PM

Dallas Keuchel allowed six runs on six hits over five innings in a loss to the Cardinals on Tuesday.

A two-run home run was among the six hits given up, but the performance wasn't actually as bad as his final line suggests. Keuchel walked just one while striking out seven, and he once again induced more ground balls than fly balls. The results haven't been what Keuchel has wanted in the past month -- he's just 1-3 in his last six starts -- but he's been much better since his early struggles. Keuchel will keep working on his 4.76 ERA Sunday at the Orioles.
Aug 17 - 1:19 AM

Dallas Keuchel gave up five runs -- three earned -- in two innings before Wednesday's game against the Astros was rained out.

Lucky for Keuchel. Last year's Cy Young winner has been good more often than not lately, but this was shaping up as his second ugly outing in the past three. It's wiped from the books now, and he'll presumably come back to start this weekend.
Aug 10 - 11:40 PM

Dallas Keuchel rebounded beautifully from a disastrous start his last time out, shutting out the Rangers on three hits and a pair of walks on Friday night in Houston.

Keuchel struck out seven in the masterful outing, needing just 111 pitches to complete his fourth career shutout. He has been far too hittable for much of the season, but looked like the Cy Young Award winner from 2015 in this start, keeping all of the Rangers hitters off-balance the entire night. He'll look to replicate this fine start when he squares off against the Twins in Minnesota on Wednesday.
Aug 5 - 11:10 PM

Dallas Keuchel was obliterated in Sunday's 11-0 loss to the Tigers, surrendering seven runs on seven hits over five innings.

Keuchel (as he tends to do) dominated the Yankees in his last start, but he showed no such magic touch against the Tigers on Sunday. Things started off poorly enough, as the reigning AL Cy Young winner allowed a whopping six runs in the first inning, with a grand slam by James McCann serving as the killer blow. Keuchel allowed just one run the rest of the way, but the damage had already been done. The disaster bumped his ERA from 4.57 to 4.86. Any seven-run outing counts as a debacle, but Keuchel entered the game with a strong 2.33 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and 22/6 K/BB ratio through four starts for the month of July. Fingers crossed that Sunday's outing was just a blip on the radar. He will look to move past it in a home start against the Rangers next time he takes the mound.
Jul 31 - 4:22 PM

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Starting Pitcher
S1Dallas Keuchel
2Collin McHugh
3Lance McCullers
4Charlie Morton
5Mike Fiers
6Joe Musgrove
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R1Ken Giles
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