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Sep 27, 2023 5 5 3.90 31 -4.5
Sep 23, 2023 5 5 3.50 31 10
Sep 21, 2023 5 5 3.56 30 -9.5
Sep 20, 2023 5 4 3.30 30 2.5
Sep 16, 2023 5 4 3.36 30 2

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 3285.2 62.3 5 5 31 78 31 3.90 1.49
2022 1302.1 57.0 4 4 2 54 23 3.47 1.18
3y Avg. 2083.3 60.3 4 5 15 64 25 3.88 1.39
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Strikes out two for 31st save

    Estevez picked up the save in Saturday's 1-0 win over Minnesota, striking out two over one inning while not allowing any hits or walks. He also hit a batter with a pitch. Estevez entered the game with a one-run lead in the ninth and hit Kyle Farmer with a pitch in the opening at-bat before getting the next two batters to go down swinging. The right-handed reliever was then able to retire Christian Vazquez on a flyout to secure his 31st save of the season, marking the first time in his last four appearances that he didn't allow any hits or walks. Estevez has converted two of his last three save opportunities and has not given up a home run since Aug. 3.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Blows save, takes fifth loss

    Estevez (5-5) blew the save and took the loss Thursday against the Rays. He allowed two runs on four hits and one walk while striking out one over two-thirds of an inning. Estevez immediately ran into trouble allowing the first two batters (Harold Ramirez and Yandy Diaz) to reach via singles in the ninth inning. He was unable to stem the tide and eventually allowed the game-winning run to score via a Manuel Margot single. Before Thursday, Estevez had thrown four straight scoreless outings dating back to Sept. 5, his last blown save. He has 30 saves and four blown saves on the year.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Blows another save

    Estevez blew the save Tuesday against Baltimore. He allowed two runs on three hits and one walk while striking out one over one inning. Since starting the season 23-for-23 in save situations, Estevez has blown three of his last nine chances. While he still ranks in the top 10 in saves with 29, he's been rather unreliable as of late, owning a 9.00 ERA in 13 innings since the beginning of August. His struggles haven't resulted in any lost opportunities, but the Angels could look to give Jose Soriano or Aaron Loup some ninth-inning looks if Estevez doesn't round back into form.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Strikes out two for 29th save

    Estevez picked up the save Wednesday against Philadelphia, striking out two over a perfect inning. Estevez got Alec Bohm to go down on strikes to open the bottom of the ninth before needing 17 pitches to retire Brandon Marsh in the following at-bat. The right-hander then made short work of Josh Rojas to close out the game and nail down his 29th save of the season. Estevez has now converted each of his last three save opportunities and has not issued a walk over his last eight appearances (spanning 8.2 innings). He's also recorded two strikeouts in five of his last seven outings.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Nabs 28th save

    Estevez picked up a save against the Mets on Saturday with a perfect inning of work. Estevez had no trouble protecting a two-run lead in the bottom of the ninth inning, retiring the side in order on 10 pitches (nine of which were strikes). The right-hander appears to be past a rough start to August during which he blew two saves and gave up nine runs over 2.1 innings across his first three appearances. Since that stretch, Estevez has gone 5-for-5 in save chances while holding his opponent scoreless in six of seven outings and posting a 9:0 K:BB over 7.2 frames.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Shows poise in 26th save

    Estevez earned a save in Wednesday's 2-0 win over the Rangers, allowing two hits and striking out two batters over one scoreless inning. Estevez came on in the ninth frame to protect a two-run lead and quickly found himself in trouble when Mitch Garver and J.P. Martinez began the inning with back-to-back singles. However, Estevez bounced back to retire the next three batters and close the contest without further incident. After a three-outing stretch during which he allowed nine runs over 2.1 frames and blew two save chances, Estevez has bounced back to earn a save in each of his subsequent three opportunities, posting a 4:0 K:BB and tossing three scoreless innings over that stretch.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Puts away Astros Sunday

    Estevez struck out two during a 1-2-3 ninth inning Sunday to slam the door on the Astros and pick up his 25th save of the year. Estevez locked down his second save of the week and needed just 12 pitches to send the Astros down in order. He struck out Grae Kessinger and Yainer Diaz before getting Jose Altuve to fly out to end the game. The 30-year-old seems to be getting back on track after some rough showings over the past few weeks. Estevez now holds a 3.42 ERA, 1.46 WHIP and 58:27 K:BB in 47.1 innings.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Bounces back to earn 24th save

    Estevez allowed a hit in a scoreless inning to earn the save in Wednesday's 4-1 win over the Giants. Estevez has had some gnarly outings lately, but he was fairly sharp Wednesday to pick up his first save since July 23. In the five outings between saves, he surrendered 14 runs (nine earned) on 11 hits and seven walks over 5.1 innings. For the season, he's 24-for-26 in save chances with a 3.50 ERA, 1.49 WHIP and 56:27 K:BB through 46.1 innings.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Melts down again

    Estevez (5-3) allowed five runs on three hits and two walks in one-third of an inning Monday versus the Giants, taking the loss and a blown save. For the third time in five outings, Estevez allowed at least four runs. In that span, he's given up 15 runs (nine earned) across 5.1 innings while taking his first two blown saves of the season. The Angels' closer now has a 3.57 ERA, 1.50 WHIP and 56:27 K:BB while converting 23 of 25 save chances through 45.1 innings. He's been playing with fire all year with a 5.4 BB/9, and it appears to be catching up to him now. For now, the Angels haven't indicated they'll remove Estevez from the closer role, but he'll need to put together some scoreless outings to restore confidence.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Implodes in blown save

    Estevez (5-2) took the loss and blew a save against the Mariners on Thursday, allowing four runs on two hits and two walks while striking out three batters over one inning. Estevez entered the contest a perfect 23-for-23 in save opportunities, but that fantastic run came to an end Thursday. The right-hander walked the first two batters he faced before a Dominic Canzone single loaded the bases. Estevez bounced back to strike out Teoscar Hernandez but then saw the game turn on its head when Cade Marlowe belted a grand slam on an 0-2 pitch. Estevez probably isn't yet in danger of losing his closing gig given his strong overall results this season, though he's struggled of late, allowing nine runs over four frames across his past three appearances.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Notches 23rd save

    Estevez issued one walk in a scoreless inning against Pittsburgh on Sunday. He struck out one and earned a save. Estevez worked around a two-out walk to finish off the 7-5 victory. He remains perfect in save chances, converting all 23 of them so far this season. The 30-year-old righty owns a 2.03 ERA and a 48:20 K:BB through 40 innings. Estevez has turned in three straight scoreless appearances after yielding two runs against Houston on July 16.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Secures save Friday

    Estevez allowed a hit and struck out two in a scoreless ninth inning to earn his 22nd save of the season in Friday's 8-5 win over the Pirates. Estevez went nearly three weeks between saves -- his last came July 2. The Angels went just 4-7 in that time, which explains his limited opportunities. While he's yet to blow a save chance this season, Estevez has allowed five runs over his last 11.2 innings with a 12:8 K:BB in that span. He's at a 2.08 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 47:19 K:BB through 39 innings overall.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Converts 21st save

    Estevez allowed a hit and struck out one in a scoreless inning to earn the save in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Diamondbacks. Estevez allowed at least one baserunner in seven of his 10 outings in June, though he was able to convert all seven of his save chances in the month. He continues to work around traffic effectively -- he has a 1.85 ERA despite a 1.26 WHIP while racking up 42 strikeouts through 34 innings this season. He's converted 21 saves and added two holds while operating as the Angels' primary closer.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Narrowly avoids blow-up inning

    Estevez picked up the save Tuesday against the White Sox. He allowed one run on four hits while striking out one over one inning. Estevez took the reigns with a 4-1 lead, but he gave up a double to Eloy Jimenez on his first pitch and three consecutive singles to leave the bases loaded with no outs. However, Estevez managed to regain control of the inning, striking out Seby Zavala and then forcing Elvis Andrus to ground into a game-ending double play to secure the save. The save was his 20th of the year, good for fourth most in baseball.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Logs perfect inning

    Estevez picked up the save in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Royals. He struck out one over a clean inning. Estevez bounced back from a shaky appearance Thursday, when he walked three batters and gave up a run while failing to record an out against the Rangers. Sunday's save marked his 19th of the campaign -- the third most in MLB -- and increased his ledger to a perfect 19-for-19 in save opportunities.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Struggles in save opportunity

    Estevez allowed one run on three walks without recording an out Thursday against Texas. Estevez got the call in the ninth inning with the Angels up by three runs, but he could barely get the ball over the plate, tossing just eight of 20 pitches for strikes. The right-hander worked the count full against each of the three batters he faced and ended up walking them all before getting the hook, but Jacob Webb managed to contain the damage and notch the save. Estevez has been exceptional this season with a 1.80 ERA, 1.23 WHIP, 39:16 K:BB and 18 saves in 18 chances, so Thursday's meltdown isn't likely to impact his job security.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Secures 18th save Tuesday

    Estevez tossed a perfect two-thirds of an inning to earn the save in Tuesday's 7-3 victory over the Rangers. He struck out one. Estevez came in to get the final two outs, inheriting runners on first and second before striking out Josh Jung to end the game. The 30-year-old veteran is a perfect 18-for-18 in save opportunities this season which ties him for second in MLB, and has allowed just two earned runs over his last 11 appearances. Estevez owns a sparkling 1.50 ERA on the year to go with 39 strikeouts in 30 innings.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Nabs 14th save

    Estevez earned a save over the Astros on Sunday, walking one batter in a scoreless inning. The game was tight throughout, and Estevez was asked to protect a one-run ninth-inning lead. He did so on just 11 pitches despite issuing a one-out walk. After a shaky spring training, Estevez has established a stranglehold on the Angels' closer role by converting all 14 of his save chances so far. He's posted a 1.42 ERA, 1.11 WHIP and 32:11 K:BB over 25.1 innings.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Registers 11th save

    Estevez picked up the save in Friday's 5-4 victory over the Twins. He struck out two over a perfect inning. Estevez is now tied for second in the big leagues in saves with 11, which also ties his career high. The former Rockie also sports a 1.29 ERA and 1.14 WHIP, both of which would also represent career highs. The 30-year-old's lowest ERA over a full season is 3.47, which he registered last year.
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  • Angels' Carlos Estevez: Notches 10th save

    Estevez earned a save against the Orioles on Thursday, allowing two hits and a walk while striking out two batters over one inning. Estevez didn't have his breeziest outing Thursday, but he benefitted from Adam Frazier getting thrown out trying to stretch a single into a double and fanned Ryan Mountcastle for the final out with a pair of Orioles on base. With that, Estevez remained perfect with a 10-for-10 mark on save opportunities this season, and he has given up a run in only three of 20 outings on the campaign. The right-hander is one of only two pitchers (along with Alexis Diaz) to have racked up double-digit saves without blowing any chances so far this season.
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