Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
l
Losses
sv
Saves
so
Strikeouts
bb
Base on Balls (Walk)
era
Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 0.00 0.00
2021 311.1 27.3 2 26 9 5.60 1.35
2020 622.7 22.7 2 1 30 7 2.38 1.06
3y Avg. 671.9 33.7 2 2 32 13 3.21 1.25

Fantasy News

  • Evan Marshall: Becomes free agent

    Marshall (elbow) will enter free agency, LaMond Pope of the Chicago Tribune reports. The righty will miss all of 2022 after undergoing Tommy John surgery, so he figures to remain a free agent until next offseason. Time will tell whether Marshall, turning 33 early in the 2023 season, will return from surgery to be an impactful MLB reliever again.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Set for Tommy John surgery

    Marshall (elbow) will undergo Tommy John surgery in November, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Marshall went down with the elbow issue in late June and was eventually diagnosed with a UCL injury, though he first attempted a rest and rehab program. The right-hander will miss the entirety of the 2022 season while recovering from the procedure.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Throws sim game

    Marshall (elbow) threw a simulated game Saturday, Chris McCosky of The Detroit News reports. Marshall began a rehab assignment in late August but was shut down after he felt soreness following back-to-back appearances. However, he hopes to return in time for the postseason and could be available for the ALDS if he feels good after facing hitters Saturday.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Hopes to return for postseason

    Marshall (elbow) felt soreness after throwing back-to-back games on rehab earlier this month and hasn't pitched since. In total, Marshall made five appearances for Triple-A Charlotte but was shut down following an outing Sept. 4. The reliever received a second opinion to ensure he should continue his comeback and received an injection in the elbow. "This has been a process," Marshall said. "But I think we're heading in the right direction after the little bump in the road." He's targeting the postseason for a potential return.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Begins rehab assignment

    Marshall (elbow) has been sent to Triple-A Charlotte to begin a rehab assignment, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Marshall had been throwing bullpen sessions recently, but he'll now return to game action with the Triple-A club. The right-hander has been on the injured list since June 29 due to a strained right flexor pronator in his elbow, but he's close to rejoining Chicago's bullpen.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Approaching rehab assignment

    Marshall (elbow) tossed a 25-pitch bullpen session Monday as he continues to close in on beginning a minor-league rehab assignment, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Marshall has been on the injured list since late June with a strained right flexor pronator in his elbow. He was able to resume throwing in late July, and has now progressed to throwing off a mound. While the club has yet to schedule a rehab assignment for the right-hander, he does not appear to be far off from pitching in a live game.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Moves to 60-day IL

    Marshall (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Thursday, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Marshall resumed throwing recently, but he still isn't close to returning and will officially be sidelined until at least the end of August. A better idea of the right-hander's return timetable could be revealed once he's able to throw off a mound.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Placed on injured list

    Marshall was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday with a strained right flexor pronator in his elbow. Marshall was removed from Tuesday's game after recording two outs and allowing two runs in the seventh inning. The initial report was that the right-hander was dealing with forearm soreness, and now he's officially been diagnosed with the pronator strain. Per James Fegan of The Athletic, Marshall will miss more than the minimum 10 days, which likely puts him out at least through the All-Star break.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Leaves with forearm soreness

    Marshall was removed from Tuesday's game against the Twins with right forearm soreness. The right-hander recorded two outs and gave up two runs on two hits during the seventh inning before exiting the contest with the athletic trainer. Marshall is considered day-to-day, but he could end up on the injured list if the White Sox need the bullpen depth.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Walked off Friday

    Marshall (0-2) allowed a run on three hits over one-plus innings and was tagged with the loss to the Yankees on Friday. Marshall got three outs in the eighth inning but none in the bottom of the ninth. Singles by Aaron Judge, Gio Urshela and Gleyber Torres put Marshall on the losing end of the Yankees' walkoff win. Marshall has been a valued member of the bullpen the last two seasons, but he's not fooling anyone in 2021. He's allowed runs in eight of 15 appearances, posting a 6.89 ERA and 1.60 WHIP over 15.2 innings.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Rejoins bullpen mix

    Marshall (personal) pitched the eighth inning of Friday's 5-3 loss to Cleveland, giving up a solo home run in his 14-pitch appearance. Before returning to action Friday, Marshall had been away from the team for a few days following a death in his family. The 31-year-old looks like he'll be ready to fill his typical middle-relief role moving forward.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Out for personal matter

    White Sox manager Tony La Russa said that Marshall left the team Sunday to attend a funeral in Arizona, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Chicago isn't expected to have Liam Hendriks, Aaron Bummer or Codi Heuer available out of the bullpen Sunday against the Rangers due to workload concerns, so Marshall's absence will further thin the White Sox's relief depth in the series finale. Since the White Sox aren't placing Marshall on the bereavement list, expect him to rejoin the team ahead of Tuesday's game against the Tigers.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Tagged with loss

    Marshall (0-1) was tagged with the loss as a result of allowing three runs on three hits while striking out two over one inning in Saturday's 5-3 loss to the Angels. Marshall entered the eighth inning with the White Sox holding a 3-2 lead and became the second member of the team's vaunted bullpen to give up the lead in the first three games -- Aaron Bummer did it on Opening Day. Marshall dispatched Mike Trout on strikes but gave up three straight loud-contact hits, including the game-deciding two-run home run that left Justin Upton's bat at 106.5 MPH.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Avoids arbitration

    Marshall and the White Sox avoided arbitration Thursday by agreeing to a one-year, $2 million deal, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports. The 30-year-old righty has settled in as quite a useful piece in the White Sox's bullpen. This past season was easily his strongest, as he backed up his 2.38 ERA with a 32.3 percent strikeout rate and a 7.5 percent walk rate, both career bests. He's yet to record a save in his seven-year big-league career, but another season with similar numbers could certainly see him pitch in the ninth inning at some point.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Returns from injured list

    Marshall (shoulder) was activated off the 10-day injured list Friday. Marshall will wind up missing just the minimum 10 days with shoulder inflammation. He'll be a useful piece for the White Sox's final series of the season, as his ERA sits at 2.49 for the second straight year. Jose Ruiz was optioned in a corresponding move.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Moves to injured list

    Marshall was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday with right shoulder inflammation, retroactive to Sept. 15. The shoulder inflammation apparently cropped up Monday when he provided 1.1 scoreless innings against the Twins. Marshall will be eligible to be activated for the final series of the regular season next Friday versus the Cubs.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Picks up win in relief

    Marshall (2-1) threw 1.1 scoreless innings, allowing one hit while striking out a batter as he was awarded the win over the Tigers on Friday. Marshall came in to relieve Lucas Giolito with two outs in the sixth inning and immediately allowed a single, but he retired the next four batters and got the win after the White Sox piled on four runs in the bottom of the inning. Marshall has been a reliable arm out of the bullpen for the White Sox this season, posting a 2.66 ERA and 27:7 K:BB across 20.1 innings.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Collects win in relief

    Marshall (1-1) pitched a perfect eighth inning with a strikeout to earn the win Wednesday versus the Tigers. Marshall's clean inning was part of 4.2 innings of no-hit, one walk work by the White Sox bullpen in relief of rookie starter Dane Dunning. Jose Abreu hit the go-ahead homer in the bottom of the eighth to put Marshall in line for the win, and closer Alex Colome was able to convert the save. The 30-year-old Marshall has a 2.38 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 16 strikeouts in 11.1 innings this year, along with five holds. He's performed fairly well in a setup role.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Blows save, loses game

    Marshall (0-1) allowed two runs on four hits without retiring a batter and took the loss in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Cardinals. Marshall entered with the White Sox leading by a run, but trouble was brewing. He allowed an inherited runner to score, then yielded two runs of his own. This was the second time in three appearances that Marshall has blown a save. He is serving as the primary bridge reliever to closer Alex Colome while Aaron Bummer (biceps) is sidelined.
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  • White Sox's Evan Marshall: Blows save

    Marshall allowed one run on one hit and one walk while striking out two in Sunday's 5-4 extra-inning loss to Cleveland. Marshall entered in the eighth inning with the White Sox holding a 3-2 lead and was saddled with the blown save. He struck out the first two batters before issuing a walk to Carlos Santana, who lumbered home on Franmil Reyes' double. This was the first time the White Sox needed to hold a lead after top setup man Aaron Bummer (biceps) was placed on the injured list Saturday. Marshall had served well in this role, posting three holds while not allowing a run over seven appearances before Sunday.
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