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AZ Paul Sewald
Arizona Diamondbacks
2024 Projected Value: $17
2024 Actual Value: $2 Difference: $-15
Based on 10-team NL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
Year W L Sv Hold IP H BB SO ER ERA WHIP Rate
2024 proj 4 3 32 0 62.0 44 22 76 24 3.48 1.065 50.2
2024 0 0 7 0 11.3 3 3 11 1 0.79 0.529 37.2
2023 3 2 34 0 60.7 46 24 80 21 3.12 1.154 62.0
2022 4 4 20 8 64.0 32 17 72 19 2.67 0.766 54.7

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6/07/24 Padres announcer Mark Grant, fans slam call vs Diamondbacks: 'You gotta be shaving me!'. The calls sometimes go your way in baseball and they sometimes don't. A game-ending strike call did not go the San Diego Padres' way in a 4-3 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Thursday and it had a Padres announcer and Padres fans fuming. In the bottom of the ninth, Diamondbacks closer Paul Sewald struck out Jake Cronenworth on a called third strike pitch that was high and outside, preventing the Padres from having a chance to at least tie the game with Jurickson Profar on base from having walked before Cronenworth's appearance at the plate. Home plate umpire Erich Bacchus immediately endured Cronenworth's complaining, manager Mike Shildt in his face and loud boos from the San Diego fans at
6/04/24 A Seattle Mariners trade fit to watch? Reunion with Paul Sewald. The Seattle Mariners made a big trade around the 2023 MLB trade deadline centered around high-leverage relief pitcher Paul Sewald. A year later, it's looking possible that could be the case once again – only with the Mariners on the other end this time. Sewald was dealt to the Arizona Diamondbacks last year, netting Seattle the trio of infielders Josh Rojas and Ryan Bliss and outfielder Dominic Canzone.
6/02/24 Diamondbacks' Paul Sewald rips 'P.O.S.' Mets fan after confrontation. Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Paul Sewald returned to Citi Field on Saturday to pitch against the New York Mets – the team he played for from 2017 to 2020. The New York Post reported after the game that the reliever got into a shouting match with Mets fans in the immediate aftermath of the win. Sewald told the newspaper he thought he had "matured a little bit" since he last pitched at Citi Field. "But I get done with the game, and I got some P.O.S. just out there chirping and swearing, in front of kids, at me, and it just reminds me exactly of what I went through while I was here," he lamented to the New York Post.
6/01/24 Paul Sewald blasts Mets fans after ugly shouting match with 'P.O.S' in latest Citi Field return. Paul Sewald thought he was past his resentment for Mets fans. But they brought his fury right back out of him. The Diamondbacks' relief pitcher, who spent the first four years of his career with the Mets, got in an ugly shouting match with a fan after their 10-5 win over New York on Saturday at Citi Field. Paul Sewald recorded the final out of the Diamondbacks' 10-5 win Saturday against the Mets. USA TODAY Sports And it brought back bad memories for Sewald. “I thought I had gotten over that. I didn't come here motivated to pitch against these guys,” Sewald told The Post after the game. “It's been a while. I think I've matured a little bit since the first time we came back in 2022. Explore More
5/20/24 It's Time for Paul Sewald to Pitch, and He's Better Than Ever. The D-backs and their closer Paul Sewald are no different. Since his addition to the team at the 2023 trade deadline, Paul Sewald has been phenomenal for the Diamondbacks. Last season he pitched to a 3.57 ERA in 20 games, collecting 13 saves and 20 strikeouts. Paul is not the kind of closer you see on TV throwing 103 miles an hour, with a devastating splitter that strikes out without issue.

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