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
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 126.52 53.7 2 8 11 67 24 4.53 1.64
2021 295.54.2 73.7 7 8 22 67 34 3.18 1.25
3y Avg. 157.53 50.3 3 5 11 53 23 3.76 1.37
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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Resumes throwing

    Trivino (elbow) began throwing again Monday, Randy Miller of NJ Advance Media reports. Trivino suffered a right elbow ligament strain early in spring and will begin the season on the injured list. Though he's started throwing again, the right-handed reliever is expected to be out until at least late April.
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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Headed for IL with elbow strain

    Trivino will begin the season on the injured list with a right elbow ligament strain, Brendan Kuty of The Athletic reports. The strain is considered mild but is expected to cost Trivino at least the first month of the season. It's another blow to the Yankees' right-handed relief corps after Tommy Kahnle (biceps) went down earlier this week. Trivino pitched well after being acquired at last year's trade deadline with a 1.66 ERA across 25 appearances. When healthy, he's slated for a setup role and could even earn the occasional save.
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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Avoids arbitration with Yankees

    Trivino agreed to a one-year, $4.1 million contract with the Yankees on Friday, avoiding arbitration, Mark Feinsand of reports. A closer during his time with Oakland, Trivino logged only one save after coming over to New York at the trade deadline, but his numbers were much improved overall following the move. Trivino turned in a 1.66 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 22:10 K:BB in 25 appearances for the Yankees and will likely be an important part of the bridge to the ninth inning next season.
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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Collects first save as Yankee

    Trivino gave up a hit and struck out one in 1.2 scoreless innings Tuesday to record his 11th save of the season in a 5-2 win over the Blue Jays. The Yankees' closer picture remains a jumbled mess, as no New York reliever has picked up consecutive saves for the team since Clay Holmes did it Sept. 4-5. Trivino's last save came July 26, when he was still with Oakland, and he may not be a significant part of the ninth-inning picture for his new club over the final handful of regular-season games. Since joining the Yankees, Trivino boasts a 1.74 ERA, 1.35 WHIP and 22:10 K:BB through 20.2 innings with a win and two holds over 24 appearances.
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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Overcomes bout with back spasms

    Trivino has made three relief appearances for the Yankees since experiencing back spasms earlier this month, covering 1.2 innings in those outings while striking out one and allowing one earned run on three hits and one walk. Trivino apparently picked up the injury coming out of his Sept. 4 appearance and didn't pitch for six days before he was used out of the bullpen last weekend. The Yankees haven't indicated that Trivino has experienced any setbacks since returning to action, so he'll likely continue to serve in a middle-relief or setup role for the club moving forward.
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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Dealing with back spasms

    Manager Aaron Boone said Wednesday that Trivino is dealing with back spasms, Bryan Hoch of reports. Trivino said that he deals with a similar back issue approximately once a year and usually requires a few days of rest before the pain subsides. The right-hander should be considered day-to-day heading into the Yankees' weekend series against the Rays.
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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Handed eighth loss

    Trivino (2-8) took the loss during Saturday's 3-2 defeat at the hands of the Athletics, allowing an unearned run on one walk while recording one strikeout in one inning. Trivino entered with two on and one out in the 10th inning and was able to escape the jam by striking out Shea Langeliers, but he didn't have as much luck when a DJ LeMahieu error on a potential inning-ending double play let the winning run score in the 11th. The 30-year-old has been lights out since joining New York at the beginning of August, permitting a single run in 10 innings across 12 appearances, and he has taken on a larger role of late as manager Aaron Boone attempts to get the team back on track.
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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Records final seven outs Sunday

    Trivino was credited with the win in Sunday's 4-2 victory over Toronto after striking out one and allowing no hits and one walk over 2.1 innings of relief. With Scott Effross (shoulder) unavailable and with the Yankees preferring to stay away from Aroldis Chapman after two straight poor outings, Trivino was called upon to finish out Sunday's contest. He entered a 2-2 game in the top of seventh with two outs and the bases loaded and proceeded to coax a groundout from Vladimir Guerrero, then watched as the Yankees plated to runs in the bottom of the seventh to put him in position for the win. Clay Holmes (back) won't be eligible to return from the injured list until next weekend, and with Chapman struggling of late and Effross being banged up, Trivino could find himself in the mix for a save chance or two over the next few days.
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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Takes loss in 10th inning

    Trivino (1-7) was tagged with the loss against Boston on Friday, allowing an unearned run on two hits in one-third of an inning. After closer Clay Holmes blew another save opportunity in the ninth inning, Wandy Peralta came to the rescue to send the game into extra frames. New York failed to score in the top of the 10th, and Trivino gave up the winning run in the bottom of the frame on Tommy Pham's walkoff single. The run was unearned, but it was the first Trivino has given up since joining the Yankees on Aug. 2. With Holmes in danger of losing his closing spot, per Chris Kirschner of The Athletic, Trivino -- who saved 10 games for Oakland prior to being traded -- could see some work in that role, though Aroldis Chapman would appear to be the more likely replacement.
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  • Yankees' Lou Trivino: Lands in Bronx

    Trivino and Frankie Montas were traded from the A's to the Yankees on Monday, Jack Curry of YES Network reports. It remains to be seen who is headed to Oakland in exchange for the two pitchers, but Trivino is set to finish the campaign with the Yankees. Southpaw A.J. Puk and righty Zach Jackson are arguably the best healthy options remaining on the Oakland depth chart, though Dany Jimenez (shoulder) also appears close to rejoining the active roster.
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  • Athletics' Lou Trivino: No drama in 10th save

    Trivino pitched a perfect inning to earn the save in Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Astros. After allowing three runs in his last two appearances, an uneventful save conversion was just what Trivino needed. The 30-year-old right-hander has gone 6-for-7 in save chances while adding one hold in 11 outings in July, allowing six runs in 9.2 innings. For the season, he has a 6.68 ERA, 1.94 WHIP and 43:14 K:BB through 31 frames. He's 10-for-12 in save chances this year, but his shaky ratios make him difficult to trust in fantasy.
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  • Athletics' Lou Trivino: Nearly blows save

    Trivino gave up two earned runs on three hits -- including a home run -- and a walk while strikeout out one over two-thirds of an inning in a 5-4 win over the Rangers on Friday. The Athletics closer was called upon to protect a three-run lead heading into the ninth but things unraveled quickly and Trivino was pulled from the game with the tying run at second base. He was relieved by A.J. Puk who notched his first career save. Trivino is arguably the weakest pitcher who regularly closes games at the major-league level and his days in the closer role could be numbered. The 30-year-old veteran has an abysmal 6.83 ERA this season and could be replaced by Puk if Athletics manager Mark Kotsay feels the need to shake things up.
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  • Athletics' Lou Trivino: Blows save against Texas

    Trivino allowed two runs on three hits with three strikeouts in one inning during Tuesday's 14-7 victory against the Rangers, blowing the save in the process. Trivino entered in the ninth inning to protect a two-run lead and surrendered a leadoff solo shot to Corey Seager followed by two straight two-out hits to blow his second save of the campaign. The 30-year-old had allowed just one run over his last 7.2 innings across eight appearances prior to Tuesday's hiccup, though he still owns an unsightly 7.11 ERA and 2.05 WHIP in 25.1 innings.
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  • Athletics' Lou Trivino: Earns save against strong opponent

    Trivino picked up the save Saturday against the Astros, allowing no runs on one hit while striking out none and walking one across one inning. Trivino earned the save despite allowing a hit and not striking out any batters. He now has five saves since Dany Jimenez hit the shelf with a shoulder strain. During that span, Trivino has lowered his ERA from 8.35 to 6.66 and has allowed just one earned run. If he wants to continue to vie for closing opportunities, Trivino will have to find a way to limit hits and walks as his WHIP sits at 2.01.
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  • Athletics' Lou Trivino: Picks up save

    Trivino picked up the save Sunday against Kansas City, allowing no runs on two hits while striking out one and walking none over one inning. Just a day after earning a two-out save, Trivino was able to pick up another one Sunday. The righty entered with a two-run cushion, but did allow two runners to get into scoring position before inducing a pop up and a strike out to get out of the jam. This was Trivino's fourth save of the season. The outing lowered his ERA to 7.17.
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  • Athletics' Lou Trivino: Bags third save of season

    Trivino picked up the save Saturday against the Royals. He allowed no runs on two hits while striking out three and walking one over two innings. Trivino earned a two-inning save Saturday, throwing 20 of 32 pitches for strikes. It was his third save of the season and his first since April 16. After entering this season as the primary closer for Oakland, Trivino has struggled to the tune of a 7.52 ERA, although the righty has lowered his ERA in each of his last three appearances. He looks like he'll re-emerge as a factor in the late innings after Oakland recently moved closer Dany Jimenez (shoulder) to the 15-day injured list.
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  • Athletics' Lou Trivino: Stumbles again Thursday

    Trivino (1-5) took the loss against the Guardians on Thursday, allowing four earned runs on five hits and a walk over one-third of an inning. The right-hander has now allowed four earned runs in a relief appearance on two occasions this season, and Thursday's particularly poor effort ballooned his ERA from already ugly 6.91 to 9.20. Entrusted with preserving a 4-4 tie when he entered in the eighth inning, Trivino's nightmare of an outing saw him surrender an infield single, a bunt single on which he committed a throwing error that allowed a run to score and a two-run double. Given his unsteady form for most of the season, Trivino could have trouble seeing further high-leverage usage for the time being.
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  • Athletics' Lou Trivino: Losing effort

    Trivino (1-4) took the loss Tuesday against the Braves. He allowed one run on two hits and zero walks while striking out two over one inning. Trivino entered a tie game in the seventh inning, but he continued a disappointing 2022 campaign by allowing a solo home run to Guillermo Heredia. The struggling reliever not only lost his closer job earlier this season but now has a 6.91 ERA.
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  • Athletics' Lou Trivino: Gets first hold

    Trivino recorded his first hold in a win over the Mariners on Wednesday, firing a scoreless two-thirds of an inning in which he recorded a strikeout. Trivino got his pair of outs to close out the sixth inning on a tidy seven pitches, five which he threw for strikes. The efficient effort was the latest in a stretch of strong showings for Trivino, who now has a 1-0 mark, 2.70 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 14.9 K/9 across the 6.2 innings covering his last 10 appearances.
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  • Athletics' Lou Trivino: Solid run continues

    Trivino fired 1.1 perfect innings in a loss to the Mariners on Monday, recording two strikeouts. The right-hander continues to whittle his ERA down after it had ballooned to an unwieldy 12.46 as recently as May 3, as he's now contributed scoreless appearances in five of his last six trips to the mound. Save opportunities are hard to come by on the 17-27 Athletics, and with the emergence of Dany Jimenez (eight saves) as the primary closer, Trivino has lost most of his fantasy appeal for the time being.
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