Tony Watson

#56 RP / San Francisco Giants / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 218 lb Age: 36 College: Nebraska Bats/Throws -/-

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    Giants' Tony Watson: Snares win Tuesday

    Tony Watson (6-4) earned the win Tuesday versus the Padres. He struck out two in a perfect inning.The southpaw worked efficiently in the eighth inning, and San Francisco put him in line for the win with a go-ahead LaMonte Wade RBI single in the ninth. Watson now has a 4.05 ERA, 1.03 WHIP and 42:17 K:BB across 53.1 innings between the San Francisco Giants and the Angels this year. He's expected to serve in a late-inning role with Jake McGee (oblique) on the injured list, while Tyler Rogers and Dominic Leone are also in the saves conversation.

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    Giants' Tony Watson: Scoreless streak ends

    Tony Watson allowed three runs on four hits and a walk in two-thirds of an inning versus San Diego on Thursday.Prior to Thursday, Watson hadn't given up a run and allowed just one hit and one walk across his previous 7.1 innings, picking up three holds in that span. The left-hander has posted a 3.44 ERA, 0.87 WHIP and 15:3 K:BB in 18.1 innings since the San Francisco Giants acquired him from the Angels at the trade deadline. His ERA has been inflated by a pair of outings in which he's allowed three runs each -- he's kept runs off the board in 17 of his last 20 appearances.

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    Giants' Tony Watson: Takes loss Friday

    Tony Watson (5-4) took the loss Friday versus Atlanta. He recorded one out via strikeouts while yielding three runs on two hits and a walk.The left-hander gave up an RBI double to Ozzie Albies before Zack Littell yielded a three-run home run to Jorge Soler. The go-ahead run was charged to Watson, resulting in his first loss in his second stint with the San Francisco Giants. His ERA ticked up to 4.36 with a 1.11 WHIP and 33:15 K:BB through 43.1 innings. Friday was the fourth time in 47 appearances and the first since a six-run meltdown June 16 that Watson had allowed multiple runs in an appearance.

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    Giants' Tony Watson: Grabs win over Mets

    Tony Watson (5-3) allowed one run on three hits in one inning and earned the win Wednesday over the Mets.The 36-year-old was on the hook for the loss after allowing an RBI double to Dominic Smith in the sixth inning. San Francisco replied with a two-run double from Brandon Crawford in the seventh, and that lead held to earn Watson's second win since he rejoined San Francisco at the trade deadline. It was the first run he's allowed in 10 innings in August, and he's collected three holds in that stretch. For the year, the southpaw has a 3.77 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 32:14 K:BB, and he should see some high-leverage work even if he typically enters games around the seventh inning.

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    Giants' Tony Watson: Picks up win Sunday

    Tony Watson (4-3) pitched a perfect inning and struck out two to earn the win Sunday versus Milwaukee.The reliever kept the game tied at 4-4, and he was still in the game when Tommy La Stella's RBI single in the eighth inning put San Francisco ahead. Watson's second stint with the San Francisco Giants has started well -- he's on a 4.1 inning scoreless streak. For the season, the southpaw has a 4.10 ERA, 1.07 WHIP, 30:14 K:BB and 12 holds through 37.1 innings, though he's been more of a middle-innings option with San Francisco.

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    Giants' Tony Watson: Shipped back to San Francisco

    Tony Watson was acquired by the San Francisco Giants from the Angels in exchange for Sam Selman, Ivan Armstrong and Josh Marte on Friday.Watson spent the previous three seasons with the Giants before signing with the Angels during the offseason, and he'll return to his former team ahead of the trade deadline. The veteran lefty will bolster the bullpen and should fill a middle relief role.

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    Angels' Tony Watson: Picks up third win

    Tony Watson (3-3) pitched a perfect inning to pick up the win over Tampa Bay on Sunday.The southpaw came into the contest with two outs and two runners on base in the seventh inning of a tie game. He got Austin Meadows to ground out to end the threat, then became the pitcher of record when Phil Gosselin led off the eighth with a solo home run. Watson retired the only two batters he faced in the bottom of the frame and earned the win when Raisel Iglesias converted a four-out save. Over his past four outings, Watson has held opponents without a run across three innings, though he hasn't registered any strikeouts over that span.

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    Angels' Tony Watson: Implodes in Wednesday's loss

    Tony Watson (2-3) was unable to retire any batters in his appearance against Oakland on Wednesday, allowing six runs on five hits and one walk to take the loss.Watson entered the contest in the sixth inning with the Los Angeles Angels ahead by two runs. By the time he left, Oakland had seized the lead without making any additional outs. The southpaw wasn't exactly pummeled -- all five hits against him were singles (including one that didn't leave the infield) -- and the one free pass he issued was intentional, but the outing ranks as the worst of his career. Per Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register, Watson had never before allowed more than four runs in any appearance. The veteran reliever's ERA shot up from 3.43 to 6.00 as a result of the disastrous performance, but Watson should retain a prominent role in the Angels' bullpen.

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    Angels' Tony Watson: Dealt blown save

    Tony Watson suffered a blown save in Sunday's 6-5 win over the Athletics after allowing a run on one hit and two walks. over two-third of an inning.Watson entered to begin the eighth frame with the Los Angeles Angels up one and ended up walking two batters before allowing a run to score on a rushed throw to first base. He was replaced by Raisel Iglesias who was able to bail him out of any more trouble. Watson still owns a solid 2.25 ERA and has a 12:5 K:BB and three holds over 16 innings.

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    Angels' Tony Watson: Suffers loss Wednesday

    Tony Watson (2-2) took the loss Wednesday against Cleveland after allowing one run on one hit and a walk while striking out a batter in two-thirds of an inning.Watson came in to relieve Shohei Ohtani with two outs in the fifth and struck out Eddie Rosario to get out of the inning. He came back out for the sixth and issued a leadoff walk to Jose Ramirez who wound up scoring the go-ahead run on an infield single. The 36-year-old left-hander owns a 2.57 ERA, 0.79 WHIP and an 11:2 K:BB over 14 innings in his first season with the Los Angeles Angels.

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