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Fantasy Points
Oct 4, 2022 4 3 2.40 20 2
Sep 29, 2022 4 3 2.44 20 1
Sep 25, 2022 4 3 2.48 20
Sep 24, 2022 4 3 2.37 20 3.5
Sep 21, 2022 4 3 2.41 20 2

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2023 0.00 0.00
2022 290.55 63.7 4 3 20 81 35 2.40 1.16
2021 231.9 12.0 16 4 4.50 1.25
3y Avg. 1044.5 25.3 1 1 7 32 13 2.84 1.18
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Earns shaky save in Game 1

    Robertson pitched a scoreless ninth inning and earned the save Friday night during Game 1 of the World Series, allowing one hit and one walk while striking out two in the 6-5 win over the Astros. Robertson received his first save opportunity of the postseason, and he nearly allowed the Astros to steal the win. After striking out leadoff man Yordan Alvarez, Robertson found himself with the tying run at third and the winning run at second. After three straight balls to Aledmys Diaz, the 37-year-old was able to work back and force a groundout to secure the 1-0 series lead. This was Robertson's 21st save of the season in his 29th opportunity. Despite some shakinesses in the postseason, Robertson has allowed just one run in 4.2 innings and remains a solid option out of the Philadelphia bullpen.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Struggles in Game 2

    Robertson (calf) recorded two outs during Wednesday's 8-5 loss to the Padres in Game 2 of the NLCS, allowing one run on three hits and zero walks. Robertson made his first appearance since Game 1 of the wild-card round, when he'd suffered a calf injury. The 37-year-old righty showed signs of rust, as he surrendered a long home run to Manny Machado to lead off the seventh and was only able to record two outs before being pulled by manager Rob Thomson. On a more positive note, Robertson has largely gotten a handle on the control issues that plagued him over the final 11.2 innings in the regular season, when he issued 11 walks -- he's yet to hand out a free pass to any of the eight batters he's faced thus far this postseason.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Good to go

    Robertson (calf) has made the Phillies' NLCS roster. Robertson strained his right calf while jumping in the air to celebrate a homer during the wild-card round. The injury was serious enough to keep him off the roster during the NLDS against Atlanta, but his teammates managed to win the series without him, buying him time to return. He'll give the Phillies another option to deploy in the late innings.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Making progress

    Robertson (calf) has been throwing and could return for the NLCS, should the Phillies advance, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports. Robertson missed out on the NLDS roster after straining his calf while celebrating a Bryce Harper homer in the wild-card round. The Phillies have managed to take a 2-1 lead in the series despite the absence of one of their best relief options, but they'll need to win one more game if Robertson is to have a chance to pitch again this season.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Misses NLDS with calf injury

    Robertson was left off the Phillies' roster for the National League Division Series matchup with Atlanta due to a strained right calf, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports. Robertson reportedly suffering the injury when jumping in the air to celebrate Bryce Harper's homer in Game 2 of the wild-card series against the Cardinals. He received a platelet-rich plasma injection, which could help him return for the NLCS, should the Phillies advance, but the team will be without one of its top bullpen weapons against Atlanta.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Earns 20th save

    Robertson picked up the save Tuesday in Miami, retiring the side in order in the ninth inning of a 2-1 win. Robertson made quick work of the heart of Miami's lineup, getting a flyout and two groundouts to end the game. It was his 20th save of the season and sixth since joining the Phillies. He's recorded saves in consecutive games but Philadelphia will likely continue to spread the save chances around its corps of relievers down the stretch.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Secures 19th save

    Robertson struck out the side in a perfect inning to earn a save over the Phillies on Sunday. After blowing a save in his last outing, Robertson bounced back with a dominant performance Sunday. He lowered his season ERA to 2.38 with a 75:28 K:BB while converting 19 of his 26 save chances. Seranthony Dominguez (triceps) returned from the injured list Sunday and pitched the eighth inning.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Another shaky outing

    Robertson (4-3) blew the save and took the loss Thursday against the Marlins. He allowed two runs on two hits and one walk while striking out three over one inning. Robertson surrendered the go-ahead run on an RBI single from Brian Anderson with nobody out in the ninth after the tying run scored on a fielding error. The righty has struggled in his last seven appearances, blowing two saves in three opportunities and turning in a 1-3 record with a 6.14 ERA during that span. The 37-year-old is the top choice at closer while Seranthony Dominguez is on the 15-day IL (triceps).
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Collects fourth win

    Robertson (4-2) picked up the win Tuesday, giving up a hit and two walks while striking out one in a scoreless ninth inning during a 3-2 victory over the Marlins. A caught stealing on Luke Williams helped Robertson escape a jam in the top of the ninth, and he then got the decision when Jean Segura slapped a walkoff single in the bottom of the frame. Robertson hasn't recorded a save since Aug. 24, but he sports a 2.51 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 18:8 K:BB through 14.1 innings since joining the Phillies at the trade deadline.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Falters in non-save situation

    Robertson (3-2) took the loss Sunday versus the Giants, allowing two runs on three hits and two walks while striking out four in 1.2 innings. Robertson did his job in the eighth inning to keep the score tied at 3-3, but Wilmer Flores connected on a two-run walkoff home run in the ninth. This was just the second time in 12 appearances for Philadelphia that Robertson's allowed runs, and both of those instances have been two-run mishaps leading to losses. He's added four saves and three holds as part of the Phillies' closer committee. When accounting for his time with the Cubs to begin the year, he has a 2.35 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 68:25 K:BB through 53.2 innings while going 18-for-24 in save chances.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Earns 24th save

    Robertson picked up the save Wednesday against Cincinnati, allowing one walk while striking out one over one scoreless inning. Robertson has been great since being dealt to Philadelphia, sporting a 1.83 ERA and 1.03 WHIP over 9.2 innings in nine outings. The righty has allowed zero runs in eight of those nine outings and has recorded the save in four of his last five opportunities. The 37-year-old's only blemish in his time with the Phillies was a blown save against the Mets in which he allowed two runs in 0.2 innings.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Stumbles in loss

    Robertson (3-1) allowed two runs on two hits while taking a loss against the Mets on Sunday. He struck out two and was charged with a blown save. It was announced that Robertson wouldn't be Philadelphia's lone closer while Seranthony Dominguez (triceps) is on the injured list, and he didn't improve his stock with Sunday's outing. The 37-year-old righty served up a two-run homer to Mark Canha and was charged with his sixth blown save of the year. Robertson's ERA jumped from 1.86 to 2.20 through 44 appearances on the year. It's worth noting that Brad Hand and Jose Alvarado each threw a scoreless inning Sunday while Connor Brogdon was tagged with three runs in the seventh frame.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Not sole closing option

    Robertson will not be the sole closer even after Seranthony Dominguez (triceps) was placed on the injured list Sunday, Alex Coffey of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Manager Rob Thomson told reporters that he would continue to mix and match the closer role and named Connor Brogdon, Brad Hand, Jose Alvarado and Andrew Bellatti as pitchers who could potentially see save opportunities. Robertson may get the first chance, as he recorded a two-inning save in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Mets. He's seemingly earned the opportunity, as he has turned in seven scoreless appearances -- spanning eight innings -- since joining the Phillies at the trade deadline.
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  • Phillies' David Robertson: Two-inning save

    Robertson walked two and allowed a hit while striking out two across two innings to earn the save in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Mets. Robertson entered the game to start the eighth inning and threw 36 pitches to record his 17th save of the season. Seranthony Dominguez (triceps) was unavailable, and if he remains sidelined, Robertson should see a much larger share of the save opportunities. Robertson has yet to surrender a run across eight innings since joining the Phillies at the trade deadline, picking up three saves and two holds with his new team.
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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: 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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