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Earned Run Average
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Fantasy Points
Aug 12, 2022 3 0 2.03 16 10.5
Aug 9, 2022 3 0 2.08 15 3.5
Aug 7, 2022 3 0 2.13 15 1.5
Aug 3, 2022 3 0 2.18 15 11
Jul 24, 2022 3 0 1.83 14 8.5

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Innings Pitched
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Strikeouts
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 2375.9 44.3 3 16 56 20 2.03 0.99
2021 231.9 12.0 16 4 4.50 1.25
2020 0.0 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 10.51.8 6.3 0 7 3 4.26 1.42
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Notches 16th save

    Robertson struck out one batter in a perfect inning and earned a save over the Mets on Friday. After Seranthony Dominguez tossed a scoreless ninth inning, Robertson finished off a 2-1 victory in the 10th. He's struck out five batters through four shutout innings since joining the Phillies, lowering his season ERA to 2.03 through 44.1 frames. For now, it appears that he and Dominguez will continue splitting save opportunities.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Notches save in Phillies debut

    Robertson struck out two in a perfect ninth inning Wednesday to record his 15th save of the season, and his first as a Phillie, in a 3-1 win over Atlanta. Brought over from the Cubs at the trade deadline, Robertson was impressive in his Philadelphia debut, fanning Austin Riley and Eddie Rosario while knifing through the heart of Atlanta's batting order. Seranthony Dominguez and Brad Hand could still factor into the closing mix for the Phillies, but Robertson's 152 career saves and strong numbers this season could tip the scales in his favor.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: No lock to close

    Robertson is far from a lock to secure a true closer role in Philadelphia, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports. The Phillies have used a committee setup since removing Corey Knebel from the closer role in mid-June, and while Robertson has 151 career saves to his name (including 14 this season), he reportedly wasn't acquired with an eye toward a return to a traditional approach in the final frame. His 2.23 ERA and 30.9 percent strikeout rate would certainly make him a fine fit for the role should the Phillies choose to deploy him that way, though Seranthony Dominguez beats both of those marks (1.67 ERA, 31.5 percent strikeout rate) and has merely been a committee member, so Robertson may wind up being used in a similar fashion. Zolecki even suggests that it will be Dominguez and Brad Hand who remain at the head of the committee, with Robertson potentially no higher than third in line for saves.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Returning to Philadelphia

    The Cubs acquired Robertson from the Phillies on Tuesday in exchange for right-hander Ben Brown, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. Robertson will rejoin the team he signed a two-year deal with back in 2019. He's had a couple rocky outings since the start of July -- including his last one -- but he saved 14 games for the Cubs and owns a 2.23 ERA and 1.04 WHIP on the season, so he's sure to provide a boost to the back end of the Phillies' bullpen. Seranthony Dominguez and Brad Hand are likely to move into setup roles to clear the way for Robertson to serve as the Phillies' primary option in save situations.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Struggles in non-save situation

    Robertson allowed two runs on three hits across an inning of relief in Friday's 4-2 win over the Giants. He struck out one. This was Robertson's first time allowing multiple earned runs in an outing since May 7, and it raised his season ERA from 1.83 to 2.23. That's still a very solid figure, and the 37-year-old remains a likely candidate to be traded before Tuesday's deadline, due to his steady performance and expiring contract. Robertson has been the closer for the Cubs with 14 saves this year, though a trade may shift him into a setup role in a more established bullpen, which would obviously lower his fantasy value.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Earns save against Phillies

    Robertson allowed a hit and a walk while striking out one in a scoreless ninth inning to earn the save during Sunday's win over the Phillies. Robertson earned his third win of the season Saturday against Philadelphia, and he preserved the Cubs' one-run lead during Sunday's series finale to help the team earn its first sweep of the season. The right-hander has been a strong contributor this month, earning five saves while posting a 1.74 ERA and 1.16 WHIP in 10.1 innings over nine appearances.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Earns win in relief

    Robertson (3-0) earned the win Saturday against the Phillies, allowing no runs on no hits while striking out one and walking none across one inning. Robertson, Chicago's primary closer, was called in for the ninth inning during a tied game. He sent down Philadelphia's 4-5-6 hitters and was granted the win after the Cubs took the lead in the 10th. It was Robertson's third win of the year. He has 13 saves and five blown saves, but he continues to be the clear closer with Rowan Wick having four saves and no other Cubs reliever having more than one.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Nabs 13th save

    Robertson pitched a scoreless ninth inning, giving up only a hit while striking out none, to earn the save in a 3-2 win over the Mets on Sunday. Robertson continues to perform well for the Cubs this season and the scoreless appearance lowered his ERA to 1.93. The 37-year-old veteran reliever now has 13 saves on the year. Unless his closer role with the Cubs is affected by a trade to another team before the deadline, his fantasy value should remain relatively consistent over the second half of the season.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Can't protect lead Friday

    Robertson allowed a run on one hit and two walks in one inning, taking a blown save in Friday's 4-3 extra-inning loss to the Dodgers. Robertson loaded the bases with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning, and Mookie Betts delivered a game-tying sacrifice fly. This was the third time in eight outings Robertson has taken a blown save, though he's given up only three runs in 8.2 innings in that span. The veteran right-hander is 12-for-17 in save chances with a 2.10 ERA, 1.02 WHIP and 45:17 K:BB through 34.1 innings this year. He'll likely remain in the closer role as long as he's wearing a Cubs uniform, barring a terrible stretch of pitching.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Bounces back Wednesday

    Robertson pitched a clean ninth inning to record the save in Wednesday's win over the Brewers. He struck out one. Robertson blew the save Monday but looked much sharper in his first outing since then. The four blown saves in 16 chances are about the only negative for the veteran this year. Robertson now has a sparkling 1.89 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and 45 strikeouts across 33.1 innings this season. A number of contending teams will likely call the Cubs and ask about the righty before the trade deadline next month.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Blows save Monday

    Robertson allowed a run on two hits and a walk over one inning to blow the save Monday against the Brewers. He struck out three. Robertson has been mostly outstanding this year with a 1.95 ERA and 44 strikeouts across 32.1 innings, but he does now have four blown saves in 15 opportunities. He loaded the bases Monday via a single, double and hit batter, then walked Christian Yelich to force in a run, which tied the game at 2-2. Robertson should still stick in the closer role for the Cubs, though he's a potential trade candidate before the deadline next month and could shift to a setup role on a new team.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Secures 11th save

    Robertson allowed a hit and a walk while striking out two over 1.1 scoreless innings to earn the save in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Red Sox. Robertson had to navigate baserunners for the first time in three appearances. Jarren Duran hit a double and stole third in the ninth inning and Xander Bogaerts drew a walk, but Robertson finished the save by getting Alex Verdugo to line out. In his last seven outings, Robertson has converted four of five save chances and picked up a win while allowing just one run. He's posted a 1.72 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and 41:14 K:BB with 11 saves in 14 chances across 31.1 innings this year.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Picks up 10th save

    Robertson earned his 10th save of the year Friday against the Red Sox, retiring the side in order in the ninth inning. Robertson was tasked with protecting a one-run lead and got the job done in straightforward fashion, needing just eight pitches to get a flyout and a pair of groundouts. The outing lowered his ERA to 1.80. Just how many more saves he'll record for the Cubs is unclear, as the 37-year-old is on an expiring contract and should be a trade target for several contenders.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Earns second win

    Robertson (2-0) pitched a perfect 1.1 innings of relief while striking out two to pick up the win in a 6-5 extra-inning victory over the Cardinals on Sunday. Robertson came into a tie game with a man on first and two out in the ninth. He got out of the inning and pitched a clean bottom of the 10th after Willson Contreras had put the Cubs up in the top half of the frame. The veteran reliever continues to have success in the closer role for a Cubs team that has struggled immensely with pitching so far in 2022. Robertson boasts a .139 OBA on the year and has struck out an excellent 39 batters in 29 innings pitched.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Blows save Thursday

    Robertson allowed one run on one hit across an inning of work to blow the save in Thursday's extra-inning loss to the Pirates. With the Cubs up 7-6 heading into the bottom of the eighth inning, Robertson got the call from the bullpen, but he promptly allowed a game-tying home run to Michael Chavis to start the frame. It was the third blown save of the season for the veteran in 11 opportunities. Despite those hiccups, Robertson has been solid with a 2.03 ERA, 1.01 WHIP and 36 strikeouts across 26.2 innings.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Escapes with save

    Robertson issued two walks and struck out one batter in a scoreless inning while earning a save over Atlanta on Friday. Robertson threw just 10 of 26 pitches for strikes and loaded the bases after a pair of walks and a hit batter. He escaped the threat with his eighth save of the year and first since May 31. The veteran righty lowered his season ERA to 1.82 with a 34:13 K:BB through 22 appearances.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Notches seventh save

    Robertson pitched a scoreless ninth inning with a strikeout to record the save in Tuesday's win over the Brewers. After blowing a save in his last outing Sunday, Robertson bounced back nicely with his seventh save in nine chances this season. The two blown saves have been about the only blemish for the veteran righty, who has a stellar 1.96 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and 24 strikeouts across 18.1 innings so far in 2022.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Blown save

    Robertson blew a save opportunity in the ninth, allowing a run on two hits while striking out one in a 5-4 extra-innings loss Sunday against the White Sox. After striking out the first batter, Robertson allowed hits to the next two batters and threw a wild pitch to allow the tying run to score. It was his second blown save in his last three tries after converting his first five chances. The 14-year veteran started the season by tossing 11 scoreless innings but has allowed four runs over his last 6.1 innings. He still has a solid 2.08 ERA and 0.93 WHIP through 17.1 innings and should continue to receive the bulk of the save opportunities for the Cubs.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Charged with blown save

    Robertson was charged with a blown save after pitching 1.1 innings, giving up one earned run on three hits and two walks while striking out one in Saturday's 7-6 loss to the Diamondbacks. Robertson was called on to replace Scott Effross in the top of the eighth inning with a runner on base and a 4-2 lead. He promptly gave up an RBI double to Jake McCarthy to bring it within one and then a game-tying single to Daulton Varsho before the inning's end. The 37-year-old returned for the ninth frame, giving up another hit and two walks before working his way out of the jam and producing a scoreless inning. The blown save was his first of the season -- he converted his first five opportunities before Saturday. Robertson now owns a 1.88 ERA and 0.98 WHIP with 20 strikeouts over 14.1 innings and remains the favorite for saves on the Cubs.
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  • Cubs' David Robertson: Activated by Cubs

    Robertson (illness) was reinstated from the COVID-19 injured list Wednesday, Tim Stebbins of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Robertson spent a week and a half on the COVID-19 IL, but he played catch Saturday and rejoined the Cubs ahead of Wednesday's series finale against the Pirates. He's converted all five of his save chances while posting a 1.50 ERA and 0.75 WHIP in 12 innings over 11 appearances this year, and he should take over as the team's closer now that he's healthy.
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