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Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 35.51.4 24.7 1 3 2 21 14 5.84 1.58
3y Avg. 732.2 31.3 1 3 5 32 17 4.88 1.44

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  • Dodgers' Hansel Robles: Signs MiLB deal with Dodgers

    Robles signed a minor-league contract with the Dodgers on Friday, Juan Toribio of reports. Robles was let go by the Red Sox last weekend after being designated for assignment, and he'll need to earn his place with the Dodgers on his minor-league contract. The right-hander picked up a pair of saves for Boston but sputtered to a 5.84 ERA and 1.58 WHIP in 24.2 innings over 26 innings. He should report to Triple-A Oklahoma City to begin his time with his new organization.
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  • Hansel Robles: Hits open market

    Robles was released by the Red Sox on Saturday. Robles was an important part of the Boston bullpen early in the season and even picked up a pair of saves, but he was designated for assignment Tuesday after allowing 11 runs in 5.2 innings over his last eight outings. The veteran righty does have at least one save in each of the last five seasons, which could make him an interesting pickup for teams looking to add a bit of experience to the their bullpen, but his 5.63 ERA over the last three seasons may dissuade most potential suitors.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: DFA'd by Boston

    Robles was designated for assignment by the Red Sox following Tuesday's 8-4 loss to the Rays, Sean McAdam of reports. The 31-year-old surrendered a run on a hit and two walks in one inning Tuesday, and he's now been removed from the 40-man roster in order to make room for Wednesday's starting pitcher, Brayan Bello. Robles had two saves, six blown saves and seven holds in 26 appearances to go along with a 5.84 ERA, 1.58 WHIP and 21:14 K:BB across 24.2 innings.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Hurts Boston again

    Robles (1-3) allowed three runs on two hits and three walks while striking out one, taking the loss against the Cubs on Friday. This was another Red Sox bullpen special. What started as a potential Boston romp -- up 4-0 after two innings -- turned into a gut-punch loss. Robles was the culprit Friday, but it's not surprising given his recent performance. Over his last seven outings, Robles has allowed 10 runs, six walks and 12 hits over 4.2 innings. That includes three blown saves and two losses. Early in the season, the right-hander looked like a late-inning staple, but Robles has a 9.20 ERA and is 1-for-6 in save chances since April 29.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Blows fourth save

    Robles (1-2) was handed the loss and blown save during Saturday's 7-6 defeat at the hands of the Mariners, allowing two runs on three hits and one walk in two-thirds of an inning. He failed to record a strikeout. After Boston took a one-run lead in the top of the ninth, Robles was brought in for the save opportunity. The 31-year-old recorded the second out with two runners on but surrendered two more singles to lose the game and suffer his league-leading fourth blown save. Matt Strahm and Tanner Houck have recorded the last three saves for the Red Sox, and Robles may not get many more ninth-inning opportunities if other pitchers perform better in the closer role.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Back in action

    Robles (back) was activated from the 15-day injured list Thursday, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports. Robles was originally scheduled to make two rehab appearances with Triple-A Worcester, but the first game was rained out. Instead, he flew west to join the team and is being activated after a minimum stay on the injured list. Robles could factor into the closer picture, as he had picked up two saves while maintaining a 2.65 ERA, 1.06 WHIP and an 11:6 K:BB across 17 frames prior to being sidelined.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: With team in Anaheim

    Robles (back) joined the Red Sox in Anaheim and is expected to be activated off the 15-day injured list Thursday, Christopher Smith of reports. Robles had been scheduled to throw a rehab inning for Triple-A Worcester on Tuesday, but the outing was postponed due to rain. Instead of taking part in the doubleheader Wednesday, he threw a bullpen session and flew to the west coast to hook up with the Red Sox.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Rehab outing postponed

    Robles (back) was scheduled to pitch an inning for Triple-A Worcester in Buffalo on Tuesday, but the game was rained out. The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader Wednesday. Assuming Robles pitches an inning Wednesday, his return to the Red Sox could be delayed at least one day. There was talk of him returning for the final game of the series against the Angels on Thursday -- the first day he's eligible -- but his return could be pushed to Friday against the Mariners.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Could rejoin team in Anaheim

    Robles (back spasms) will make a rehab appearance for Triple-A Worcester on Tuesday and could rejoin the Red Sox Thursday in Anaheim, Sonja Chen of reports. An initial report had Robles making two rehab appearances, but manager Alex Cora thinks the right-hander will need just one. Robles is expected to throw an inning for Worcester on Tuesday before rejoining the big club.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Two rehab outings expected

    Robles (back spasms) will likely get two rehab appearances before rejoining the team, Christopher Smith of reports. Robles, who has been one of the more reliable arms in a shaky bullpen, was placed on the 15-day injured list, retroactive to May 25. Smith adds Robles is expected to return to the Red Sox during their series versus the Angels -- he's eligible to be activated from the IL on Thursday, assuming he doesn't suffer a setback.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Placed on 15-day injured list

    Robles was placed on the 15-day injured list with back spasms Saturday, retroactive to May 25. Robles hasn't pitched in nearly a week, and his lack of appearances was apparently due to back spasms which will keep him sidelined until at least early June. The right-hander has converted two of five save chances this year while posting a 2.65 ERA and 1.06 WHIP in 17 innings over 16 appearances. Most of Boston's other late relievers have struggled recently, but John Schreiber, Matt Barnes and Matt Strahm will likely be in the mix for saves while Robles is unavailable.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Notches second save

    Robles gave up a hit in a scoreless ninth inning Monday to record his second save of the season in a 6-3 win over the Astros. He needed only 10 pitches (seven strikes) to breeze through the outing, inducing a groundball double play from Jose Altuve to erase a Mauricio Dubon single. Robles now leads Boston in saves, but with Matt Barnes, Jake Diekman and Matt Strahm all having one each, there's still very little clarity on roles at the back of the Red Sox bullpen.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Blows save chance

    Robles allowed one earned run while allowing a hit and a walk to blow the save Saturday against the White Sox. Robles was called upon to protect a one-run lead in the ninth inning. He surrendered a leadoff walk and then a double to ultimately surrender the game-tying run. Robles has now failed to convert his last two save chances, which could mean the team looks towards Jake Diekman or another bullpen arm to fill the closer role moving forward.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Unable to close out Orioles

    Robles allowed a run on two hits in two-thirds of an inning in Friday's 3-1 win over Baltimore. Robles was the reliever of choice to start the ninth inning with Boston up, 3-0, but he surrendered hits to the first two batters faced, including a Ryan Mountcastle home run. After getting a couple of right-handed batters out, Robles was replaced by lefty Matt Strahm to face lefty batters. After a dominant start to the season, Robles has hit a bump with four runs (one earned) allowed on five hits and two home runs over 3.1 innings.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Unlucky in blown save

    Robles (1-1) allowed three unearned runs on one hit while striking out two over two-thirds of an inning and was tagged with a blown save/loss in Saturday's 3-2 extra-inning loss to Tampa Bay. Robles was the pitcher of choice after Boston grabbed a 2-0 lead in the top of the 10th inning, and he was in control. The right-hander fanned the first two batters faced before balking the ghost runner to third. It looked like a Boston win when he induced a grounder to second base, but Trevor Story's throw was wide to the bag, allowing a run to score and giving the Rays life. Kevin Kiermaier then took Robles deep to right field... game over. Despite the outcome, Robles has been dominant this season and hasn't given up an earned since August of 2021.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Works his magic again

    Robles did not allow a runner and struck out one over a scoreless 1.1 innings in Friday's 4-3 win over Tampa Bay. Robles got the final out of the seventh inning then dispatched the Rays in order in the eighth to preserve Boston's lead heading into the ninth. It was yet another dominant performance for Robles, who hasn't allowed a baserunner over his last 4.1 innings and is unscored upon over 6.1 IP. Despite entering in the seventh inning, the right-hander remains in the mix to save games.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Gets win in dominant effort

    Robles (1-0) earned the win Tuesday when he struck out two over 1.2 scoreless relief innings in a 2-1 victory over the Blue Jays. Robles, who was a late addition to spring training due to visa issues and nearly left off the Opening Day roster, has been dominant early on for Boston. He hasn't allowed a run over five innings (four appearances), extending his scoreless streak to 19 appearances (18.2 innings) dating back to last season. Robles has posted a 0.70 WHIP, .098 BAA, 22 strikeouts and seven walks over that span. The back end of Boston's bullpen was unsettled to start the season, but it looks like Robles and Jake Diekman (picked up his fourth hold Tuesday) will be featured prominently in the final third of games.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Contract selected

    Robles' contract was selected by the Red Sox on Thursday, Rob Bradford of reports. Robles missed most of camp due to visa issues but will nonetheless win a spot on the Opening Day roster. He could see time in low-leverage spots to begin the year as he finishes his spring build-up, but his 3.60 ERA and 30.3 percent strikeout rate in 25 innings down the stretch for the Red Sox last season earned him four saves, and he could potentially add to that total this year once he's up to full speed.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Roster spot awaits

    Robles has a roster spot waiting for him when he's ready, Christopher Smith of reports. Robles was late arriving to camp due to visa issues and just made his first spring appearance Monday, when he worked around a hit and a walk while fanning two over one inning. Boston manager Alex Cora said Robles might be ready for Opening Day, but the Red Sox will first evaluate the right-hander Tuesday after throwing 23 pitches (14 strikes). Given that he's uncertain for Opening Day, Robles is not seen as a candidate for Red Sox's unsettled situation at closer at this time. The 31-year-old has closing experience and could enter the mix once his arm has been built up.
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  • Red Sox's Hansel Robles: Slated to arrive at camp Thursday

    Robles (not injury related) is slated to arrive at spring training Thursday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports. Robles dealt with visa issues this spring and will have just a week to prepare for Opening Day with the team once he arrives at camp Thursday. While it's possible that he'll be unavailable to begin the year, manager Alex Cora said that it's possible that the right-hander will be ready for the start of the regular season. If the team decides that Robles needs more time to build up, he'll likely head to Triple-A Worcester since he signed a minor-league contract with Boston in mid-March.
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