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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 8.51.1 8.7 7 7 6.23 1.62
2022 186.53.2 54.3 7 3 7 53 22 3.64 1.14
3y Avg. 150.53.5 40.3 4 3 8 45 15 3.35 1.09

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  • Twins' Diego Castillo: Inks MiLB deal with Twins

    Castillo signed a minor-league contract with the Twins on Saturday. After being released by the Rangers on Thursday, Castillo was able to quickly find another gig in the bullpen at Triple-A St. Paul. The 30-year-old righty held a 3.12 ERA and 1.08 WHIP through his first five MLB seasons, but he allowed six earned run across 8.2 frames with the Mariners in 2023 and continued to struggle during spring training with the Rangers. Castillo will need to regain command over his pitches in the minors before he has a shot at returning to the big leagues.
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  • Rangers' Diego Castillo: Signs on with Rangers

    Castillo signed a minor-league contract with the Rangers on Dec. 18. Castillo had a rough 2023 campaign, collecting a 6.23 ERA in eight appearances for the Mariners and a 5.13 ERA and 50:35 K:BB across 47.1 frames at Triple-A Tacoma. Both his velocity and control have trended in the wrong direction in recent seasons. Still, Castillo will turn just 30 next month, and a pitcher with his track record seems worthy of a roll of the dice on a minor-league deal.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Strong numbers in minors

    Castillo has pitched to a 2-0 record and 1.04 ERA across 8.2 innings over eight appearances for Triple-A Tacoma since being outrighted to the Rainiers on May 1. The veteran right-hander is still experiencing plenty of trouble with control, however, as he's also issued nine walks. Nevertheless, Castillo has managed to consistently work around his location issues and has given up only one earned run during his time in Tacoma. Although he's currently off the 40-man roster, it certainly wouldn't be inconceivable for Castillo to earn a call back to the big-league club at some point before the conclusion of the regular season.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Moved off 40-man roster

    The Mariners outrighted Castillo to Triple-A Tacoma on Monday after he cleared waivers. After he had been one of Seattle's top relievers since he was acquired from the Rays at the 2021 trade deadline, Castillo struggled mightily over the first month of the 2023 campaign, logging a 6.23 ERA, 1.62 WHIP and 7:7 K:BB in 8.2 innings before he was optioned to Triple-A on Saturday. Because Castillo is due $2.95 million in 2023 and has one more year of arbitration remaining, none of MLB's other 29 organizations were willing to put in a waiver claim for the 29-year-old right-hander. Though he no longer possesses a spot on the 40-man roster, Castillo could end up getting another look with the big club this season if he's able to right the ship at Tacoma.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Optioned to Triple-A

    Castillo was optioned Saturday to Triple-A Tacoma. Castillo has a lengthy track record of being an effective major-league reliever, but he'll spend some time on the farm after allowing six earned runs on seven hits and seven walks through his first 8.2 innings this season out of the Mariners' bullpen. Easton McGee is up in a corresponding move to start Saturday's game in Toronto.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Sharp through three appearances

    Castillo has allowed an earned run on three hits and generated a 3:0 K:BB over three innings in three Cactus League appearances. All of Castillo's 20 pitches thus far this spring have found the strike zone, underscoring how sharp the veteran right-hander has been. Castillo proved a versatile asset for both manager Scott Servais and fantasy managers during his first full season in Seattle in 2022, recording seven wins, seven saves and nine holds across 59 appearances while producing a 3.64 ERA and 1.14 WHIP.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Loses arbitration case

    Castillo lost his arbitration case against the Mariners on Wednesday and will earn $2.95 million for the 2023 season,'s Mark Feinsand reports. Castillo had filed for a $3.225 million salary when arbitration figures were exchanged earlier this winter. The 29-year-old reliever is projected to handle a setup role while occasionally factoring into save chances in 2023 after pitching to a 3.64 ERA and 53:22 K:BB across 54.1 innings with Seattle in 2022.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Takes third loss Wednesday

    Castillo (7-3) was charged with the loss against the White Sox on Wednesday, allowing an unearned run on one hit over one inning while recording a strikeout. Castillo was sharp and efficient while throwing 10 of 15 pitches for strikes, but the RBI groundout he surrendered to Gavin Sheets in the eighth inning snapped a 6-6 tie and gave the White Sox a lead they wouldn't relinquish. The veteran right-hander has now uncharacteristically allowed a run in three straight appearances, but he still sports a solid 3.50 ERA and 1.21 WHIP in addition to his seven victories, seven holds and six saves.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Grabs fifth hold in return

    Castillo, activated from the injured list earlier in the day, recorded his fifth hold in a win over the Yankees on Wednesday, firing a perfect eighth inning during which he recorded a strikeout. Castillo was sharp in his return, firing eight of his 13 pitches for strikes to serve as an effective bridge to Paul Sewald in the ninth inning. The veteran right-hander, who was seeing his first game action since July 25, now boasts a 4-0 record, 1.32 ERA, two saves and four holds over the 13.2 innings covering his last 14 appearances.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Makes return from IL

    The Mariners reinstated Castillo (shoulder) from the 15-day injured list Wednesday. Lefty reliever Brennan Bernardino was sent to Triple-A Tacoma to clear a spot in the bullpen and on the 26-man active roster for Castillo, who had been on the shelf since July 28 with right shoulder inflammation. Castillo had a rocky rehab appearance with High-A Everett on Sunday -- he was charged with five runs (four earned) on three hits and a walk while recording only two outs -- so the Mariners could ease him back into the mix as a low-leverage reliever. Assuming Castillo quickly displays a return to form, he should re-enter the Mariners' late-inning picture and potentially factor into save situations, just as he did prior to landing on the IL.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Heading out on rehab assignment

    Castillo (shoulder) is set to begin a rehab assignment in coming days with High-A Everett, Daniel Kramer of reports. Castillo has been on the shelf since July 28, with his stint retroactive to two days prior. The right-hander reliever will likely only need a couple of rehab appearances before being deemed ready for activation, and he'd be eligible to return as soon as Wednesday.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Likely to return after 15 days

    Manager Scott Servais said Thursday that he expects Castillo (shoulder) to return after missing the minimum of 15 days, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. Castillo landed on the 15-day IL with right shoulder inflammation Thursday, but the issue doesn't seem to be a significant concern. Servais said the right-hander would likely be able to return after 5-6 days, but the Mariners elected to place him on the IL to avoid a shorthanded bullpen. Andres Munoz and Matt Festa will likely see increased high-leverage chances ahead of closer Paul Sewald while Castillo is sidelined.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Placed on injured list

    Castillo was placed on the 15-day injured list with right shoulder inflammation Thursday, retroactive to July 26. Castillo wasn't particularly sharp Monday against the Rangers, allowing a run on two hits and a walk while striking out one in one-third of an inning, and it's possible the injury contributed to his struggles. The 28-year-old missed a week and a half last year due to shoulder inflammation, but it's not yet clear whether he'll be able to return following a minimal IL stint this time around. Castillo's seven wins this year rank second among all relievers, while he's converted all six of his save chances with four holds. Paul Sewald should see the majority of the closing duties with Castillo sidelined, while Andres Munoz and Matt Festa could also take on additional high-leverage work.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Grabs seventh win

    Castillo (7-1) recorded the win in an extra-inning victory over the Rangers on Saturday, firing a scoreless ninth inning during which he issued a walk and recorded a strikeout. The veteran right-hander was rewarded for preserving a 2-2 tie and sending the game into extras when J.P. Crawford knocked in Sam Haggerty with what would turn out to be the game-winning run in the top of the 10th inning. Castillo is in the midst of a dominant stretch of pitching, as Saturday's appearance was his seventh consecutive of the scoreless variety and 10th in his last 11 trips to the mound overall.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Logs sixth save

    Castillo allowed a hit and an intentional walk and struck out one in a scoreless inning to earn the save in Thursday's 6-5 win over the Rangers. Paul Sewald saved both games of Wednesday's doubleheader sweep over the Nationals, so he was not available Thursday. Castillo was a little shaky in putting two runners aboard, but he ended the threat when he got Adolis Garcia to fly out. Castillo hasn't allowed a run in his last 6.1 innings, though he's given up five hits and five walks in that span. He's up to six saves, three holds and a 6-1 record while adding a 3.93 ERA, 1.28 WHIP and 34:15 K:BB through 34.1 innings. The right-hander should continue to serve as a setup man, and he's the favorite to get the occasional save chance when Sewald's unavailable.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Picks up first save in a month

    Castillo allowed two hits and walked one in a scoreless inning to earn the save in Saturday's 2-1 win over the Blue Jays. Paul Sewald was asked to get five outs Friday and was unavailable Saturday, leaving the closing duties to Castillo. This was a shaky showing as the right-hander loaded the bases with two outs, but he got Matt Chapman on a groundout to escape the jam unscathed for his first save since June 8. Castillo's allowed three runs (two earned), eight hits, five walks and a hit batter while striking out 15 in 16 innings since the start of June, but Sewald's been even sharper, leaving the former in a setup role for now. Castillo is up to five saves with two holds, a 6-1 record, a 4.22 ERA, 1.28 WHIP and 32:13 K:BB through 32 innings overall.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Rings up fifth win Tuesday

    Castillo (5-1) recorded the win in a victory over the Orioles on Tuesday, firing a scoreless eighth inning during which he hit a batter and recorded a strikeout. Castillo played his setup role to near perfection, plunking Robinson Chirinos but still working out of the frame unscathed to preserve a scoreless tie at the time. Castillo was then rewarded for his 12th scoreless effort in his last 13 appearances when Jesse Winker plated a pair of runs with a double in the home half of the frame. Castillo is now 4-1 over his last five decisions, and his ERA (4.67) and WHIP (1.15) sit at their lowest figures since April 30 and April 24, respectively.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Gets fourth win Thursday

    Castillo (4-1) fired a perfect eighth inning in a win over the Athletics on Thursday, recording two strikeouts. The veteran reliever prevented the Mariners' 1-0 deficit from growing during his ultra-sharp frame, one in which he threw eight of 11 pitches for strikes. Castillo was rewarded for a 10th scoreless effort in his last 11 appearances with his fourth win when the Mariners went ahead in the top of the ninth, and Paul Sewald then slammed the door on the Athletics in the home half of the frame. Castillo had allowed two runs (one earned) in his previous outing Saturday against the Angels, but he's largely righted the ship after a rocky start to the season by posting a 3-1 record, three saves, one hold, a 1.88 ERA and 0.49 WHIP over his last 14.1 innings.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Extends scoreless streak Tuesday

    Castillo fired a perfect eighth inning in a win over the Twins on Tuesday, recording a strikeout. The veteran right-hander got through his one frame on a crisp 13 pitches, eight which found the strike zone. Castillo has rebounded from a brief rough stretch in the latter part of May to put together nine consecutive scoreless appearances, a sample during which he's allowed just one hit, posted a 16:1 K:BB, recorded two victories and saves apiece and lowered his ERA and WHIP from 9.00 and 2.15 to 5.09 and 1.30, respectively.
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  • Mariners' Diego Castillo: Strikes out side in ninth

    Castillo picked up the save Wednesday against Houston. He struck out three with zero hits or walks during a scoreless ninth inning. Castillo entered with a three-run lead in the ninth inning to face the bottom of the Astros' order, and he struck out the side in en route to his fourth save of the season. Paul Sewald, who has been operating as the Mariners' top closing option, pitched in the eighth inning, but he had to face Yordan Alvarez, Kyle Tucker and Yuli Gurriel. Despite Castillo getting the save opportunity over Sewald, it appears that Sewald is still the go-to guy for the highest-leverage moments.
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