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
2022 0.00 0.00
2021 51.3 3.0 4 1 3.00 1.33
2019 301.1 18.0 2 26 19 5.00 2.28
3y Avg. 141.3 7.0 1 10 7 5.14 2.14

Fantasy News

  • Astros' Zac Rosscup: Won't make Opening Day roster

    Manager Dusty Baker said Sunday that Rosscup won't be included in the Astros' Opening Day bullpen, Brian McTaggart of reports. Expect the Astros to formally reassign Rosscup to Triple-A Sugar Land within the next day or two. Rosscup was attending big-league camp as a non-roster invitee after he most recently spent the 2021 campaign in Colorado. He saw the majority of his action at the Triple-A level but made three relief appearances with the big club, giving up an earned run on three hits and a walk across three innings.
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  • Astros' Zac Rosscup: Joining Astros' camp

    Rosscup signed with the Astros as a non-roster invitee Tuesday, Brian McTaggart of reports. The veteran lefty owns a 5.09 ERA in 86.2 career major-league innings, with his 14.0 percent walk rate offsetting a 29.3 percent strikeout rate. He's only thrown three innings at the highest level over the last two seasons, so he's a long shot to play a significant role in 2022.
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  • Rockies' Zac Rosscup: Sent to minors

    The Rockies returned Rosscup to Triple-A Albuquerque on Thursday. Added to the big-league roster July 16 as a replacement for COVID-infected players, Rosscup appeared in four games and yielded one run in three innings of relief. Given his moderate success in those opportunities, the lefty may see another chance with the Rockies at some point this season.
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  • Rockies' Zac Rosscup: Contract selected Friday

    Rosscup's contract was selected by the Rockies on Friday. Rosscup returned to the Rockies in August of 2020, and he'll join the major-league bullpen as a replacement after several pitchers were placed on the COVID-19 injured list Friday. The southpaw has made 17 relief appearances at Triple-A Albuquerque this year and has posted a 0.52 ERA and 0.82 WHIP in 17.1 innings.
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  • Rockies' Zac Rosscup: Back with Rockies

    Rosscup will sign with the Rockies and join the 60-man player pool, pending a physical and COVID-19 screening, Mark Berman of Fox 26 reports. He was released by Colorado on July 1 and joined the independent Constellation Energy League. The 32-year-old southpaw most recently pitched in the majors for the Dodgers, Blue Jays and Mariners last season, logging a combined 5.00 ERA, 2.28 WHIP and 26:19 K:BB in 18 innings.
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  • Zac Rosscup: Let go by Colorado

    Rosscup was released by the Rockies on Wednesday, Baseball America reports. The veteran southpaw joined the Rox on a minor-league deal in late January but wasn't included in the team's 60-man roster pool, so he was released. Rosscup split 2019 between the Dodgers, Mariners and Blue Jay while posting a 5.00 ERA, 2.28 WHIP and 26:19 K:BB over 18 innings.
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  • Rockies' Zac Rosscup: Gets minors deal with Rockies

    Rosscup joined the Rockies on a minor-league deal Friday, Thomas Harding of reports. The deal does not include an invitation to big-league camp, so don't expect to see Rosscup on the Rockies' Opening Day roster. The lefty walked 19 batters in 18 innings last season while recording a 5.00 ERA.
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  • Cardinals' Zac Rosscup: Traded to Cardinals

    Rosscup was traded from the Dodgers to the Cardinals on Monday in exchange for cash considerations. The veteran lefty has appeared for the Mariners, Blue Jays and Dodgers this season, stumbling to a 5.00 ERA. His 27.7 percent strikeout rate is strong, but it's been more than canceled out by an awful 20.2 percent walk rate. He's always been a high walk guy, but his career 14.2 percent mark is far more manageable. He'll be assigned to Triple-A Memphis for now but could be an option down the stretch if he can get his command in line.
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  • Dodgers' Zac Rosscup: Outrighted to Triple-A

    Rosscup was outrighted to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Saturday, Ken Gurnick of reports. Rosscup was designated for assignment Monday and passed through waivers without being claimed. He has posted a 5.00 ERA and 2.28 WHIP across 18 innings with three big-league clubs this season.
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  • Dodgers' Zac Rosscup: Designated for assignment

    Rosscup was designated for assignment by the Dodgers on Monday. Rosscup has spent time with three big-league teams this season but failed to impress with any of them. His 5.00 ERA in 18 innings is more mediocre than terrible, but it's come with a 2.28 WHIP and a 20.2 percent walk rate. Casey Sadler was recalled in a corresponding move.
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  • Dodgers' Zac Rosscup: Joins big club

    Rosscup had his contract selected from Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday. Rosscup signed with the Dodgers earlier in the month after being designated for assignment by Blue Jays. The left-hander owns a 4.50 ERA, 2.19 WHIP and 25:18 K:BB across 16 innings in 21 appearances with Toronto and Seattle this season. Caleb Ferguson was sent to Triple-A while A.J. Pollock (elbow) was shifted to the 60-day injured list in a pair of corresponding roster moves.
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  • Dodgers' Zac Rosscup: Lands with Dodgers

    Rosscup signed a minor-league deal with the Dodgers on Wednesday, Oklahoma City Dodgers broadcaster Alex Freedman reports. Rosscup threw 11.1 innings for the Dodgers back in 2018, posting a 4.76 ERA. He has a similar 4.80 ERA in 15 frames for the Mariners and Blue Jays this season. The lefty owns a strong 33.9 percent strikeout rate over the last two seasons, but that's been paired with a far-too-high 16.1 percent walk rate.
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  • Blue Jays' Zac Rosscup: Bound for Triple-A

    The Blue Jays outrighted Rosscup to Triple-A Buffalo on Saturday. Rosscup will stick in the organization after going unclaimed off waivers when the Blue Jays designated him for assignment last week. Between big-league stops with Seattle and Toronto this season, Rosscup has posted a 4.80 ERA, 2.13 WHIP and 22:16 K:BB across 15 innings.
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  • Blue Jays' Zac Rosscup: Claimed by Jays

    Rosscup was claimed off waivers by the Blue Jays on Thursday. He was designated for assignment by the Mariners last week, but the Blue Jays decided he was a better use of a 40-man roster spot than Jimmy Cordero, whom they designated for assignment in a corresponding move. Rosscup's 3.21 ERA and 20 strikeouts in 14 innings for Seattle look pretty excellent, but he also walked a batter per inning over that stretch.
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  • Mariners' Zac Rosscup: DFA'd by Seattle

    Rosscup was designated for assignment by the Mariners on Friday. Rosscup has posted a 3.21 ERA with 20 punchouts over 14 innings this season, but he'll head to the waiver wire after getting booted from the 40-man roster. Seattle also optioned Erik Swanson to Triple-A Tacoma, while Matt Festa was recalled and Ryan Garton's contract was purchased from the Rainiers.
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  • Mariners' Zac Rosscup: Solid thus far in '19

    Rosscup, who allowed an earned run on two hits and a wild pitch while also recording two strikeouts over an inning against the Twins on Thursday, owns a 2-0 record, five holds, a 3.21 ERA and a 1.93 WHIP across 14 innings this season. The veteran southpaw's WHIP leaves plenty to be desired, but Rosscup has largely limited the potential damage from his control issues by yielding just one home run thus far. Prior to May, Rosscup had mostly been used in matchup-based situations that saw him work under an inning in 11 of 14 outings, but he's now logged one full frame in four of his first five trips to the mound during the month.
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  • Mariners' Zac Rosscup: Could be closing candidate

    Rosscup is one of the candidates for save opportunities during Hunter Strickland's (lat) absence, Greg Johns of reports. The 30-year-old southpaw was one of several names rattled off by manager Scott Servais on Saturday when the Mariners skipper was asked about possible ninth-inning replacements during Strickland's time on the injured list. Rosscup has yet to record a save during a five-season major-league career, but he would give Servais a left-handed option in the ninth inning. He's already been busy in the new season, logging two innings across three appearances.
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  • Mariners' Zac Rosscup: Grabs win in extras

    Rosscup (1-0) fired a scoreless 11th inning in an extra-innings win over the Athletics on Thursday, allowing a hit and two walks while recording three strikeouts. The 30-year-old southpaw had an eventful frame to say the least, opening the inning by recording a pair of whiffs before surrendering a Marcus Semien single and walking both Matt Chapman and Stephen Piscotty. However, Rosscup then came up huge by mowing down the dangerous Khris Davis on three pitches to snuff out the threat. Rosscup endured an injury-plagued 2018 with the Dodgers, but he's capable of missing plenty of bats as evidenced by his 87 career strikeouts over just 66.1 innings.
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  • Mariners' Zac Rosscup: Signs with Mariners

    Rosscup signed a one-year contract with the Mariners on Thursday, Greg Johns of reports. Rosscup was limited to just 17 appearances with the Dodgers in 2018 due to finger and calf injuries that resulted in a trio of trips to the disabled list. When healthy, the 30-year-old posted a 4.76 ERA and 20:4 K:BB in 11.1 innings. The southpaw has fared better against same-handed hitters throughout his career (.541 OPS against lefties, 1.023 OPS against righties), so he figures to serve as a lefty specialist for the Mariners in 2019.
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  • Zac Rosscup: Parts ways with Dodgers

    Rosscup was released by the Dodgers on Thursday, Ken Gurnick of reports. Rosscup was designated for assignment earlier in the week as the club moved to protect younger players from the Rule 5 draft. The 30-year-old allowed six earned runs on nine hits over 11.1 innings for the Dodgers in 2018, and similarly has a career 5.21 ERA and 1.48 WHIP across 65.2 major-league innings.
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