Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
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Losses
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Saves
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Strikeouts
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2020 0.0 0.00 0.00
2019 52.53.5 71.7 1 8 57 25 6.41 1.53
2018 213.57.4 155.7 8 14 125 59 5.55 1.40
3y Avg. 147.57.4 104.7 5 9 87 37 5.42 1.40

Fantasy News

  • Felix Hernandez: Parts ways with O's

    Hernandez (elbow) opted out of his minor-league contract with the Orioles on Monday and became a free agent, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. After joining the Orioles for camp as a non-roster invitee, Hernandez appeared to be tracking toward a spot in the Opening Day rotation, but an elbow injury suffered two weeks ago scuttled those plans. Though Hernandez has since resumed throwing off a mound, he apparently wasn't interested in sticking around at the Orioles' alternate training site to complete his rehab program. Once healthy, Hernandez could look to rejoin the Orioles if no better offers emerge for the 2010 American League Cy Young winner.
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  • Orioles' Felix Hernandez: Another bullpen session on tap

    Hernandez (elbow) was scheduled to throw another bullpen session Sunday, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. Hernandez's sore right elbow responded well to Wednesday's throwing session, so he'll get back on the mound again with the hope of gaining clearance to face live hitters before camp closes. The right-hander doesn't look like he'll have enough time to guarantee his availability for Opening Day, but he could still be a candidate to eat innings as an opener or primary pitcher when Baltimore first requires a fourth or fifth starter on April 5 and 6, respectively. The Orioles have thus far named only three pitchers to the five-man rotation (John Means, Matt Harvey and Bruce Zimmermann).
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  • Orioles' Felix Hernandez: Throws successful bullpen

    Hernandez (elbow) threw a successful bullpen session Wednesday, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. Hernandez has been slowed recently due to elbow discomfort, but he advanced to playing catch early in the week and was able to throw off a mound Wednesday. Manager Brandon Hyde was encouraged by Hernandez's successful throwing session. He'll play catch Friday and be evaluated afterward, but Hyde isn't yet sure when Hernandez will be able to return to game action.
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  • Orioles' Felix Hernandez: Side session scheduled

    Hernandez (elbow) will get back on the mound for a side session Wednesday, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. Hernandez was pulled from his previous start last Tuesday with elbow discomfort, but he wasn't shut down completely for long. He's played catch for the past few days and is nearly ready for mound work, though time is getting tight for him to be cleared to play by Opening Day. King Felix hasn't been officially ruled out for the start of the season, though he's not guaranteed to make the club even if healthy, as he's merely in camp as a non-roster invitee.
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  • Orioles' Felix Hernandez: Able to play catch

    Hernandez (elbow) has advanced to playing catch, Dan Connolly of The Athletic reports. Hernandez exited his Tuesday start with an elbow injury. While it continues to improve, it's not yet clear when he's expected to get into game action. He may not have time to make his case for an Opening Day rotation spot even if he's healthy before the season begins.
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  • Orioles' Felix Hernandez: Will miss next start

    Hernandez (elbow) will miss his next turn in the rotation, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports. Hernandez left his start Tuesday against the Rays with elbow discomfort, though the issue wasn't considered serious enough for him to need an MRI. With less than two weeks remaining until the start of the regular season, however, the skipped start will likely be enough to rule him out for Opening Day.
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  • Orioles' Felix Hernandez: Won't get MRI

    Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said Hernandez doesn't plan to schedule an MRI after exiting Tuesday's start against the Rays with right elbow discomfort, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports. Baltimore hasn't updated Hernandez's original diagnosis from Tuesday, so the right-hander looks to have avoided structural damage or a severe strain of the elbow that would normal warrant further examination. Hyde said that Hernandez received treatment Wednesday, so the veteran looks like he may just get some rest for the next few days before the Orioles determine whether he's fit to resume his throwing program. Hernandez still looks unlikely to be ready for Opening Day.
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  • Orioles' Felix Hernandez: Exits with elbow discomfort

    Hernandez left Tuesday's start against the Rays with right elbow discomfort, Rich Dubroff of BaltimoreBaseball.com reports. Hernandez will be evaluated after the game, and there will be more information Wednesday. This could spell the end of a brilliant career for King Felix. He was in Baltimore's camp on a minor-league deal as a non-roster invitee.
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  • Orioles' Felix Hernandez: Exits start with apparent injury

    Hernandez was removed Tuesday in his Grapefruit League start against the Rays with an apparent injury, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports. He struck out two over a perfect first inning before exiting the contest with an athletic trainer by his side. After recording eight outs in his previous start March 11, Hernandez was expected to work three or four innings Tuesday before his outing was cut short. The Orioles will likely provide an explanation for his removal after the game. Hernandez is competing for a back-end spot in the Orioles' Opening Day rotation.
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  • Orioles' Felix Hernandez: Latches on with Baltimore

    Hernandez signed a minor-league deal with the Orioles on Wednesday, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports. The 34-year-old is a non-roster invitee for spring training and will receive $1 million if he cracks the big-league roster. Hernandez was in competition for a spot in Atlanta's starting rotation in spring training last season, but he opted out of the 2020 campaign in early July. He last pitched for the Mariners in 2019 and had a 6.40 ERA, 1.53 WHIP and 57:25 K:BB over 71.2 innings. Hernandez should have a strong chance of earning a spot in Baltimore's starting rotation.
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  • Felix Hernandez: To pitch in majors in 2021

    Hernandez is likely to pitch for a big-league team in 2021, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports. Multiple teams are showing interest in Hernandez, who had an excellent spring training with the Braves (1.98 ERA, 1.32 WHIP, 14 strikeouts in 13.2 innings) before opting out of the 2020 season. The 34-year-old righty has been roughly a replacement level starter since 2017, but he could at least eat innings at the back of a rotation.
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  • Braves' Felix Hernandez: Opting out of 2020 season

    Hernandez will opt out of the 2020 season due to concerns regarding COVID-19, according to his agent, Wilfredo Polidor. The veteran right-hander was included on the team's 60-player roster pool and was competing with Sean Newcomb for a spot in the starting rotation, but he'll elect to sit out the 60-game season to help protect himself and his family, per Jon Heyman of MLB Network. Hernandez joins the growing list of players who have opted out, including David Price, Ryan Zimmerman, Welington Castillo and Joe Ross. Kyle Wright figures to be the next man up to compete for a rotation spot for Atlanta.
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  • Braves' Felix Hernandez: Included in 60-man pool

    Hernandez will be a part of the Braves' 60-man roster, Gabe Burns of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Hernandez signed with the Braves as a non-roster invitee in January and was competing with Sean Newcomb for a spot in the rotation during spring training, so it's no surprise that he'll be a part of the team's 60-man roster. After a solid spring, the 34-year-old could see time in the major-league rotation to begin the season as a result of expanded rosters.
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  • Braves' Felix Hernandez: Likely limited to begin season

    General manager Alex Anthopolous said Wednesday that the Braves will limit their starters to 2-to-4 innings their first couple times through the rotation, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. After a three-month shutdown and with only a three-week secondary spring training before the start of a 60-game season, it's not much of a surprise teams will be cautious with their pitchers right out of the gate. Hernandez joined the Braves as a non-roster invitee and was enjoying a solid spring before play was suspended, but he was still in competition with Sean Newcomb for the No. 5 spot. Both pitchers could see innings through the first couple turns of the rotation as the Braves -- and teams across the league -- utilize the expanded roster to cover innings.
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  • Braves' Felix Hernandez: Strong spring continues

    Hernandez gave up one run on six hits and two walks over five innings while striking out six in Monday's Grapefruit League game against the Red Sox. The last time the 33-year-old was a reliable fantasy asset was 2016, but Hernandez is attempting to turn back the clock in camp for Atlanta. He now sports a 1.98 ERA and 14:5 K:BB through 13.2 spring innings, and King Felix appears to be in the lead to claim one of the open rotation spots for the Braves.
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  • Braves' Felix Hernandez: Solid start to job battle

    Hernandez struck out two and walked one over two scoreless, hitless innings Saturday against the Orioles, Gabriel Burns of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. The veteran right-hander tossed 30 pitches in his first game action for his new club. Hernandez is fighting against the next wave of Atlanta pitching prospects for a spot in the rotation in camp, a path that got a little easier with Cole Hamels (shoulder) likely to begin the season on the injured list, but the former Mariner ace will need to stay sharp this spring just to prove he still belongs in the majors -- much less in the rotation of a World Series contender.
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  • Braves' Felix Hernandez: Tabbed for spring opener

    Hernandez will start the Grapefruit League opener Saturday versus the Orioles, Gabe Burns of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. The veteran right-hander is with Atlanta as a non-roster invitee and will be the first starter to take the hill in spring training. Hernandez struggled in his 15th season with the Mariners in 2019 with a 6.40 ERA, 1.53 WHIP and 57:25 K:BB over 71.2 innings, and he'll need to make a good impression in spring training to have a chance at a spot in the starting rotation.
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  • Braves' Felix Hernandez: Invited to Braves camp

    Hernandez signed with Atlanta as a non-roster invitee Monday, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports. The deal will pay Hernandez $1 million if he makes the big-league squad. After 15 seasons with Seattle, the veteran is nowhere near the player he was earlier in his career, when he was a perennial Cy Young candidate, winning the award once in 2010 and being selected to six All-Star games. His ERA has risen for five straight seasons, coming in at a very poor 6.40 in 15 starts last season. He'll have to pitch much better than that if he's to hold down a rotation spot for a playoff contender like the Braves.
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  • Mariners' Felix Hernandez: Takes loss in emotional start

    Hernandez (1-8) took the loss against Oakland on Thursday, hurling 5.1 innings and giving up three runs on five hits and four walks while striking out three. In what was almost certainly his last outing in a Mariners uniform, Hernandez labored through 5.1 frames but held the Athletics to three runs. Unfortunately, Seattle's offense could muster only one run of support, sending King Felix to his 16th loss in his last 17 decisions. The 33-year-old finishes 2019 with a 1-8 record along with a 6.40 ERA and 1.53 WHIP -- both career worsts. However, his legacy as one of the greatest starting pitchers in Mariners history is unquestioned; he holds franchise records in career starts (418), wins (169), strikeouts (2,524) and pitching WAR (50.2).
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  • Mariners' Felix Hernandez: Yields five runs in loss

    Hernandez (1-7) allowed five runs on eight hits with two walks and three strikeouts across five innings to take a loss against the Orioles on Friday. Although he did pitch well in his last outing, overall, the former AL Cy Young Award winner continues to limp to the finish line. He's yielded at least five runs in four of his last eight outings, which dates back to before his injury in May. He's only made 14 starts, so those performances are hurting his numbers more than they would in a usual year. Still, it's clear Hernandez is far from the pitcher he used to be. He owns a 6.51 ERA, 1.52 WHIP, .296 batting average against and 54 strikeouts in 66.1 innings this season. He'll end this disappointing campaign with an outing at home against the Athletics on Thursday.
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