Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
l
Losses
sv
Saves
so
Strikeouts
bb
Base on Balls (Walk)
era
Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2022 0.0 0.00 0.00
2021 104.51.9 54.3 3 5 65 27 2.82 1.27
2020 183.6 6.0 8 0.00 0.50
3y Avg. 672.2 30.0 2 2 36 14 2.40 1.20

Fantasy News

  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Transferred to 60-day IL

    Crochet (elbow) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Tuesday. Crochet remains out for the entirety of the 2022 season while recovering from Tommy John surgery, but the move to the 60-day IL allows the White Sox to open a spot on their 40-man roster. In a corresponding move, the team selected the contract of pitcher Davis Martin from Triple-A Charlotte. Martin will make his major-league debut as the starter for Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader versus the Royals.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Placed on injured list

    Crochet (elbow) landed on the 10-day injured list Thursday, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Crochet won't pitch again until sometime in 2023, as he underwent Tommy John surgery Tuesday. While he's merely on the 10-day injured list for now, he'll presumably shift to the 60-day whenever the White Sox need another spot on the 40-man roster.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Opts for Tommy John surgery

    Crochet (elbow) will undergo Tommy John surgery Tuesday, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports. Crochet sustained an injury in Thursday's Cactus League matchup against Cincinnati, and he'll be forced to miss the 2022 campaign and a sizable portion of next season following his procedure. The White Sox had hoped that the southpaw would be able to transition to a starting role by 2023, but his lengthy layoff could affect that plan.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Likely needs Tommy John surgery

    Crochet is expected to require Tommy John surgery, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Crochet will receive a second opinion before committing to the procedure, but the outlook doesn't look good for the young lefty. If he winds up undergoing the procedure as expected, he'll miss all of this season and a good portion of next year as well. That may also affect his planned transition to a starting role, something the White Sox had been hoping would happen in 2023.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Exits with trainer

    Crochet exited Thursday's Cactus League contest against the Reds with an apparent injury, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Crochet faced only two batters before suffering the apparent injury and leaving with an athletic trainer. The exact nature of the issue is currently unknown, though he reportedly showed some discomfort in his arm prior to exiting. Crochet was expected to serve as a key part of the team's bullpen in 2022, but his start to the campaign may now be delayed.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Hopes to start in 2023

    Crochet is following last year's Michael Kopech plan and is hopeful he will move into the rotation in 2023, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Kopech threw 72.1 innings last season (including the playoffs) and made four starts and is now competing for a rotation spot. Crochet, who is three years younger than Kopech, logged 56.2 innings (including the playoffs), and he only logged two or more innings on six occasions, never surpassing three frames in an outing. He was able to have a normal offseason, which was not the case heading into last year, as he spent last winter rehabilitating from a flexor strain. Crochet's fastball and slider will always be his top two offerings, but if his changeup improves and he stays healthy, he should be given the chance to follow in Kopech's footsteps.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Earns win, extends streak

    Crochet (2-2) picked up the win over the Blue Jays on Tuesday, throwing a perfect eighth inning and striking out two in a 6-1 victory. Crochet was the pitcher of record when the White Sox plated five in the bottom of the eighth to earn the rookie's second win of the season. He hasn't allowed a run in his last 13 innings (12 appearances), striking out 16 but walking nine during that run.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Throws two innings Tuesday

    Crochet struck out two over two scoreless innings in Tuesday's 6-5 loss to Cleveland. On the day it was announced that Crochet would make only single-inning appearances, the left-hander shut down Cleveland over two perfect innings. His usage may be more about pitch count than innings. He needed just seven pitches to dispatch Cleveland batters in the seventh inning, then came out for a second frame.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Remains in limited role

    Crochet will be limited to single-inning outings going forward and will not pitch back-to-back days, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. The flame-throwing lefty has only made two appearances of more than an inning this season, and he's yet to pitch on consecutive days. Crochet clearly has the talent to be an oft-utilized, high-leverage reliever, but the White Sox appear to be conserving his arm for the time being.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Earns first MLB win

    Crochet (1-2) earned his first win Tuesday, striking out one over two-thirds of an inning in a 9-3 victory over the Twins. Crochet entered a tie game with one out and men at the corners in the top of the sixth inning. The left-hander induced a shallow fly to right field then a strikeout, keeping the score knotted up and setting the stage for the White Sox to take the lead in the bottom half of the inning. This was Crochet's first outing since being activated off the injured list.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Returns from injured list

    Crochet (back) was activated from the 10-day injured list Friday. Crochet wound up with a minimum-length stay on the injured list due to an upper-back strain. He'd given up just one earned run in nine innings prior to suffering the injury, though his 8:5 K:BB is less than convincing. Alex McRae was optioned in a corresponding move.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Out with back strain

    Crochet was placed on the 10-day injured list with an upper-back strain Thursday. Crochet dealt with a blister during his most recent outing Sunday, but it's an entirely separate issue that will send him to the injured list. The move can be backdated by three days, leaving Crochet eligible to return next Thursday, though it's not yet clear whether he's expected to do so. Luis Robert (illness) was activated from the injured list in a corresponding move.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Takes loss in 10th inning

    Crochet (0-1) allowed an unearned run and a walk with one strikeout in one inning, taking the loss in Sunday's extra-inning defeat against the Royals. Crochet will take the blame for the loss, as his throwing error allowed Michael Taylor to score the go-ahead run in the top of the 10th inning. The 21-year-old Crochet has yet to allow an earned run in 4.1 innings this season. He's posted a 0.69 WHIP, six strikeouts and a hold in three outings. The southpaw can be expected to feature in high-leverage roles as one of the setup relievers to closer Liam Hendriks.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Sets down seven straight

    Crochet struck out three over 2.1 perfect innings in Saturday's 5-3 loss to the Angels. Crochet entered with two outs and two on in the bottom of the fifth and got the final out, then retired the next six batters in order. He pitched exclusively as a one-inning reliever during spring training, but as a collegiate starter, Crochet has the variety of pitches necessary to navigate multiple innings and needed just 26 of them to shut down the Angels. It was the young prospect's first appearance in 2021 after a successful introduction to MLB last year. He has yet to allow a run or walk in 8.1 innings in the majors.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Strikes out two

    Crochet allowed one hit and struck out two over a scoreless eighth inning in Sunday's spring game against the Diamondbacks. Crochet is locking in a spot in the White Sox's bullpen with a strong spring. The 21-year-old left-hander has allowed one run on four hits and two walks while striking out six over six Cactus League innings. At this point, he's expected to be used in the last third of games, leading up to closer Liam Hendriks.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Follows starter Saturday

    Crochet allowed one hit over a scoreless inning in Saturday's Cactus League game against the Indians. Crochet followed starter Reynaldo Lopez in the third inning so that he could face the best of Cleveland's lineup in preparation for what will be an important bullpen role in the final third of games. The young left-hander with a reputation for high velocity did not reach 100 MPH but did touch 99 on the gun, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. ''The arm feels good, so that's the main takeaway. I felt really good with my off-speed [pitches]. My fastball command wavered a little bit, but for the most part I felt very confident with it," said Crochet.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Seen as late-inning reliever

    Crochet is viewed by manager Tony La Russa as "a valuable part of the final third of the game," James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Crochet was viewed as a starter by the White Sox when they selected him 11th in last year's draft, but he shot straight to the majors in September without any previous professional experience and impressed, making five scoreless appearances in the regular season and one more in the playoffs. The White Sox are now faced with the choice of keeping him in that relief role as a big-leaguer or sending him down to the minors to stretch out, and appears as though they're choosing the former. He's seemingly thought to be ready for high-leverage work, though he won't provide a ton of fantasy value in standard setups as a single-inning reliever unless he's getting saves, which won't be happening as long as Liam Hendriks is healthy.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Adds muscle

    Crochet added 15 pounds of muscle during the offseason, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports. The 21-year-old Crochet worked on his body during the offseason in preparation for what should be a full-time role in the White Sox's bullpen. The organization still feels he's a starter long-term, but his successful MLB debut as a reliever in 2020 has the decision-makers thinking he can be a useful bullpen piece for a team with World Series aspirations in 2021.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Vying for relief role

    General manager Rick Hahn said Wednesday that Crochet (forearm) is expected to open the upcoming season in the White Sox's bullpen rather than the rotation, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports. The White Sox don't seem to be writing off the flame-throwing lefty becoming a starter in the long run, but working out of the bullpen will allow Crochet to make a more immediate impact for a team that has legitimate World Series aspirations in 2021. Upon being promoted to the big leagues last September, Crochet was dominant in a small sample of five relief appearances, tossing six scoreless frames and striking out eight. He suffered a strained left flexor tendon in the playoffs, but after being cleared to resume a throwing program earlier in the offseason, Crochet isn't expect to face any restrictions this spring.
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  • White Sox's Garrett Crochet: Looking good in offseason workouts

    Crochet (forearm) has been throwing in Arizona and looks good, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. While it's not the most detailed report, it's still certainly good to hear that Crochet seems fine after suffering a flexor strain in the playoffs last season. He's also reportedly added muscle over the offseason. The young lefty has yet to pitch in the minors after being selected 11th-overall in last year's draft but has already made six major-league relief appearances. If he looks healthy and effective this spring, it's entirely possible he heads straight to the big-league bullpen again, as assistant general manager Chris Getz suggested in early February, though he could also head to the minors to build up as a starter, the role he's eventually expected to fill in Chicago.
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