Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2020 0.00 0.00
2019 4.7 1 2 9 7 13.50 3.21
2018 64.3 4 5 1 45 23 3.22 1.38
3y Avg. 44.0 3 3 0 35 20 3.68 1.41

Fantasy News

  • Nationals' Dan Jennings: Contract selected by Nationals

    Jennings' contract was purchased from Double-A Harrisburg on Tuesday. Jennings linked up with the Nationals in mid-April after failing to break camp with the Angels. The veteran lefty posted a 3.22 ERA in 64.1 innings for the Brewers last season and has a 2.96 career ERA over his seven-year career. Austin Adams was designated for assignment to clear a space for Jennings on the 40-man roster.
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  • Nationals' Dan Jennings: Links up with Nationals

    Jennings signed a minor-league contract with the Nationals on Monday, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports. Jennings has found a new home after being cut loose by the Angels prior to the start of the season. The veteran left-hander will head to extended spring training for the time being but is a candidate to join the Nationals' bullpen once he's deemed ready. Across 64.1 innings with the Brewers last year, Jennings notched a 3.22 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and 45:23 K:BB.
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  • Dan Jennings: Let go by Angels

    Jennings was released by the Angels on Tuesday. Jennings was in camp as a non-roster invitee and endured a tough spring as he allowed seven runs on 10 hits through 6.2 innings. The veteran left-hander had a 3.22 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and 45:23 K:BB across 64.1 innings with Milwaukee last season.
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  • Angels' Dan Jennings: Signs with Angels

    Jennings signed a minor-league deal with the Angels that includes an invitation to major-league spring training, Robert Murray of The Athletic reports. Jennings posted a 3.22 ERA and 1.38 WHIP over 72 appearances with the Brewers in 2018, but the team declined to tender him a contract and he subsequently hit free agency. The 31-year-old is likely to serve as a left-handed specialist as he allowed a .320/.399/.528 slash line to right-handed hitters in 2018, though his career splits aren't quite so extreme.
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  • Dan Jennings: Set for free agency

    Jennings will not be tendered a contract for the 2019 season from Milwaukee, Robert Murray of The Athletic reports. The Brewers have decided to move on from Jennings after just one season, during which he recorded a 3.22 ERA and 1.38 WHIP with a 6.3 K/9 across 72 appearances. The left-hander was somewhat of a forgotten man in the team's bullpen, as manager Craig Counsell only utilized him for a total of 17 innings after the All-Star break due to the success of his other relievers. Jennings will likely be able to find a new home and serve as a quality option against left-handed hitting in 2019.
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  • Brewers' Dan Jennings: Gets job done

    Jennings started Monday's victory over the Cardinals and retired the first batter of the game before being removed from the contest. Manager Craig Counsell chose to start Jennings in an attempt to neutralize the lefty-swinging Matt Carpenter in his first at-bat, and Jennings was able to get the job done. With a string of right-handed hitters following Carpenter, Jennings was then removed after that in favor of righty Freddy Peralta. Given the plan worked there's a chance Jennings could be used similarly before the regular season comes to a close, but otherwise expect him to continue working in middle relief.
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  • Brewers' Dan Jennings: Set to start Monday

    Jennings will get the start in Monday's game against the Cardinals. The Brewers announced Sunday that they intended to get through Monday's game without a traditional starting pitcher, and it's now clear they will now do just that, as Jennings will start for the first time in his career. While Jennings will be on the mound the first time the Cardinals bat Monday night, he figures to work no more than an inning or two, and could realistically be pulled from the game at any point based on the lineup St. Louis chooses to employ.
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  • Brewers' Dan Jennings: Exits with injury

    Jennings exited Thursday's game against the Reds with an apparent leg injury, Adam McCalvy of reports. Jennings appeared to injure himself after getting Billy Hamilton caught in a rundown. He immediately pulled up and went to the ground before being helped off the field by a pair of trainers. Specifics regarding the injury aren't known at the moment. Jordan Lyles replaced him on the mound.
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  • Brewers' Dan Jennings: Tosses 1.2 innings in defeat

    Jennings allowed one earned run over 1.2 innings in Tuesday's loss to the Reds. Although he gave up a run Tuesday, Jennings has been effective since the All-Star break, posting a 2.70 ERA in 13.1 innings over 17 appearances out of the Brewers' bullpen. He continues to work in middle relief, and situationally when needed.
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  • Brewers' Dan Jennings: Notches fourth win

    Jennings picked up his fourth win of the season in Tuesday's victory over the Nationals. Jennings was only needed for one out Tuesday, but it was the final one the Brewers recorded before walking off the Nationals in the bottom of the 10th inning. Jennings has turned things around after posting a 6.23 ERA in June, putting up a tidy 1.74 ERA and .171 BAA in 10.1 innings over 11 appearances.
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  • Brewers' Dan Jennings: Throws two innings Monday

    Jennings tossed two innings of scoreless relief in Monday's victory over the Twins. Jennings seemed happy to put June in the past after allowing nine earned runs over 13 innings (6.23 ERA) out of Milwaukee's bullpen. He still owns a respectable 3.54 ERA on the season, and is working mainly in middle relief like he has all year.
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  • Brewers' Dan Jennings: Takes loss Sunday

    Jennings allowed three runs, one earned, over two innings and took the loss Sunday as the Brewers fell to the Phillies. Jennings has ran into a bit of trouble of late, giving up at least one earned run in five of his last seven outings. His ERA on the season still sits at a respectable 3.38, but he is probably going to have to bring down his 1.41 WHIP in order for the ERA to stay in that range.
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  • Brewers' Dan Jennings: Might see save opportunities

    Jennings could be in line for some saves as the Brewers take a closer-by-committee approach while Corey Knebel (hamstring) is sidelined, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports. Jennings was a late addition to the Brewers' roster, but he's already been thrown into a number of high-leverage situations. He's also pitched well in those instances -- he's allowed just one run in four appearances this season. A host of other relievers are in the running for saves, but the fact that Jennings' name is being mentioned boosts his value in NL-only leagues at the very least.
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  • Brewers' Dan Jennings: Picks up first win of season

    Jennings tossed a clean inning and picked up the win in Tuesday's victory over the Cardinals. Jennings entered Tuesday's contest in the top of the ninth inning with the Brewers trailing by a run; and after not allowing any further damage, he came away with the win when the Brewers clubbed back-to-back home runs in the bottom of the frame to do the same. He has gotten off to a good start since joining the Brewers just before the regular season began, allowing just one baserunner over 2.2 innings, but he won't often find himself in the mix for a decision in the middle-relief role he currently occupies.
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  • Dan Jennings: Released by Rays

    Jennings was released by the Rays on Monday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. By releasing Jennings, the Rays will only have to pay a quarter of his $2.375 million salary. The 30-year-old lefty has been a competent reliever for several years, with an ERA under 4.00 in each of his six major-league seasons, though his 4.72 FIP last year could be cause for concern. Jennings is more than just a lefty specialist, as he's allowed a slightly higher wOBA to lefties (.307) than righties (.300) over his career. He could latch on somewhere in a middle-relief role but is unlikely to get near the top of a closer depth chart, leaving him with little appeal in most fantasy leagues.
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  • Rays' Dan Jennings: Fails to crack Opening Day roster

    The Rays informed Jennings on Sunday he wouldn't be included on the team's Opening Day roster, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. With the Rays moving to a four-man rotation this season, manager Kevin Cash intends to stock the bullpen with more relievers capable of covering multiple innings per outing. As a southpaw who has typically been deployed situationally or for only one inning for much of his career, Jennings didn't fit in with Cash's new vision for the bullpen and will likely be released or traded by Tuesday. The former option seems the more probable outcome since the Rays would have to pay only approximately $600,000 of Jennings' $2.375 million salary in termination.
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  • Rays' Dan Jennings: Effective against minor leaguers

    Jennings was effective while working against minor-league (A Level) Red Sox hitters Wednesday in Port Charlotte, Bill Chastain of reports. The 30-year-old southpaw has put together three consecutive scoreless spring outings as well, so Wednesday's performance -- one in which he compiled four strikeouts over 1.2 scoreless innings while allowing one hit -- was an extension of that impressive stretch. Manager Kevin Cash envisions Jennings as a flexible asset for him out of the bullpen, one that can work a single inning or stretch out further as necessary. The veteran could be one of several relief options that's deployed in Cash's plan to utilize his bullpen as a de facto fifth starter in the coming season.
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  • Rays' Dan Jennings: Scoreless streak continues Wednesday

    Jennings got two outs to open the seventh inning in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Yankees. The 30-year-old southpaw extended his scoreless streak to seven appearances in the process, following a rocky ending to August in which he gave up earned runs in back-to-back outings. Jennings offers some value in AL-only and deep formats that count holds, as he's compiled 12 on the season while seeing a consistent workload.
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  • Rays' Dan Jennings: Continues bouncing back Wednesday

    Jennings fired a scoreless inning in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Blue Jays, allowing a hit and recording two strikeouts. That's now four consecutive scoreless outings for Jennings following an Aug. 9 implosion in which he allowed four earned runs on three hits and two walks over an inning against the Red Sox. The 30-year-old southpaw has mostly been effective with the Rays, allowing only one other run in 11 overall appearances. However, the hold opportunities have been scarce, as he's notched only one over that span.
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  • Rays' Dan Jennings: Unravels in loss

    Jennings gave up four earned runs on three hits and two walks over an inning in Wednesday's 8-2 loss to the Red Sox. Jennings pitched to plenty of contact and endured some control issues on his way to suffering his worst outing thus far in a Rays uniform. Location has been a career-long struggle for Jennings, and he now sports a 4.60 BB/9 through the 47 innings he's worked with the White Sox and Tampa this season. The 30-year-old southpaw had yet to pitch more than two-thirds of an inning with his new club prior to Wednesday, so it remains to be seen how manager Kevin Cash will opt to deploy him moving forward.
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