Yates struck out the side in the ninth inning but gave up an unearned run on one hit to record his 31st save of the season in Wednesday's 3-2 win over the Marlins.
The 32-year-old continues to dazzle in his first full season as a closer. Yates now sports a 1.07 ERA and 67:9 K:BB through 42 innings on the year while converting 31 of his 33 save opportunities.
Yates allowed two hits and struck out four over two innings while recording his second blown save of the year in a 7-5 loss to the Braves on Saturday.
Yates allowed Josh Donaldson to score on an Austin Riley sacrifice fly in the eighth inning, inheriting the runner from reliever Gerardo Reyes. It's a tough statistical break for the closer Yates, who is now 30-for-32 in save chances with a sparkling 1.10 ERA and 0.80 WHIP in 41 innings. With a 64:9 K:BB, he's also one of the most dominating relievers in the league this season.
Yates struck out one without allowing a baserunner in a scoreless inning of work to earn his 30th save of the season Sunday against the Dodgers.
Staked to a two-run lead, Yates made quick work of the Dodgers by retiring the side in order on just 14 pitches (nine strikes). He closes the first half in dominant fashion and has now allowed just one baserunner in his last six innings. Yates will take a sparkling 1.15 ERA into the break as he heads to Cleveland for his first All-Star Game.
Yates gave up a hit and struck out one in a scoreless ninth inning Saturday to record his 29th save of the season in a 3-1 win over the Dodgers.
The current major-league saves champ extended his lead over Aroldis Chapman to five with the outing. Yates will take a dazzling 1.18 ERA and 59:9 K:BB through 38 innings into his first All-Star Game.
Yates tossed a scoreless five-out save with two strikeouts at Dodger Stadium on Friday.
With two outs in the ninth, Yates allowed a runner after hitting Russell Martin in the helmet with a pitch. Luckily, Martin was fine, and no further damage ensued as the 32-year-old closer picked up his first five-out save of the season. With his 28th save, Yates continues to lead the majors while putting together a 1.22 ERA, 0.81 WHIP and 58:9 K:BB.
Yates fired a scoreless four-out save with two strikeouts against the Cardinals on Friday.
Yates was called upon in the eighth inning to protect a one-run lead with two on and two outs. He did so flawlessly by striking out Kolten Wong, then finished off the ninth frame in order. The 32-year-old continues to lead all closers in saves with 27 on the season. Meanwhile, he's compiled an outstanding 1.31 ERA, 0.87 WHIP and 56:9 KK:B.
Yates blew his first save of the year Sunday against the Pirates, allowing three runs on three hits and a walk across one inning. He struck out two.
After the first batter he faced reached base thanks to a Manny Machado error, Yates allowed three consecutive hits -- a double and a pair of run-scoring singles -- before recording the first out of the inning. The right-hander proceeded to intentionally walk Josh Bell before yielding the game-tying run on an RBI groundout from Melky Cabrera. Yates got Colin Moran to fly out to escape the inning with the game tied, though the Padres would go on to lose the game in 11 innings. Despite the rough outing, Yates is 26-for-27 on save opportunities this season and owns a shiny 1.36 ERA, 0.91 WHIP and 54:9 K:BB through 33 innings, so his grasp on the ninth inning should remain firm.
Yates gave up a hit and struck out two in a scoreless ninth inning to record his 26th save of the season in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Brewers.
The 32-year-old just keeps motoring along. Yates has yet to blow a save this season and has only been scored upon once in his last 14 appearances, leading to an elite 1.13 ERA, 0.81 WHIP and 54:8 K:BB through 32 innings.
Yates picked up the save against the Brewers on Monday, tossing a scoreless ninth inning without allowing a baserunner to close out the Padres' 2-0 victory. He struck out one.
Yates continued his lights-out campaign by recording his 25th save of the season, retiring the side on just 13 pitches to successfully protect San Diego's two-run advantage. He still has yet to blow a save this season, and has yielded just four earned runs in 31 innings, giving him a sparkling 1.16 ERA and a 0.81 WHIP to go along with his elite 52:8 K:BB.
Yates struck out two and did not allow a baserunner in a scoreless inning of work to earn his 24th save of the season Sunday against the Rockies.
In a high-scoring game, Yates made quick work of the final frame, throwing eight of nine pitches for strikes as he retired the side in order. Yates leads MLB relievers in saves this season and has dominated to the tune of a 1.20 ERA. Combined with his 15.4 K/9, these elements make him one of the top fantasy options at his position.
Yates picked up the save against the Nationals on Thursday, striking out one with no walks in a scoreless ninth inning to lock down a 5-4 victory for the Padres.
Yates' phenomenal season just keeps rolling along, as he's now a perfect 23-for-23 in save opportunities. He hasn't given up a run since May 4, lowering his ERA to 0.96 and his WHIP to 0.86 to go along with a 48:8 K:BB over 28 innings.
Yates struck out one in a perfect ninth inning Friday to record his 22nd save of the season in a 5-2 win over the Marlins.
The league leader in saves is now four ahead of Detroit's Shane Greene, and Yates has yet to blow a save opportunity this season. The 32-year-old has cemented his spot among the closing elite with a 1.04 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 45:8 K:BB over only 26 innings.
Yates recorded the save against the Yankees on Tuesday, working around a hit to toss a scoreless ninth inning and preserve a 5-4 victory for the Padres. He didn't record a strikeout or a walk.
That's now 21 saves in as many chances for the right-hander, who successfully protected the one-run lead despite a rare outing where he didn't strike out a batter. Yates continues to dominate in 2019, as he's now boasting a 1.08 ERA and 0.96 WHIP through 25 innings.
Yates bagged another save against the Diamondbacks on Wednesday, retiring all three batters he faced in a scoreless ninth inning to preserve a 5-2 victory for the Padres. He struck out one.
Yates simply can't be stopped at the moment, as this was his third straight game with a save to bring his total up to 20 on the season. He continues to act as the top closer in baseball to start 2019 as the Padres have been providing him with a ton of opportunities. He boasts a 1.13 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and a phenomenal 44:8 K:BB over 24 innings.
Yates dominated the Diamondbacks in one inning of work Tuesday, striking out the side to earn the save.
Another day, another save for the Padres' closer -- he now leads the majors with 19 saves in 19 chances this season. Yates continues to blow away hitters, sporting a 16.8 K/9 in his 23 innings. He has a good chance to run away with the saves crown this season on a San Diego squad that has posted a winning record while playing opponents close.
Yates got the save against the Diamondbacks on Monday, striking out two with no walks in a scoreless ninth inning to lock down San Diego's 2-1 victory.
The right-hander turned in yet another clean effort, dispatching of the Diamondbacks in order to make him a perfect 18-for-18 on save opportunities. Yates has been virtually untouchable to start 2019, as he's given up just three earned runs and struck out 40 batters in 22 innings.
Yates picked up the save against the Pirates on Thursday, striking out one without allowing a baserunner over a scoreless ninth inning to preserve a 4-3 victory for the Padres.
It was business as usual for the right-hander, who now has 17 straight saves without a blown opportunity to start the season. He's been making the most of his plethora of opportunities on a Padres team playing a lot of close games, and his 1.29 ERA, 1.10 WHIP and 38:8 K:BB have allowed him to act as one of the top closers in baseball to this point in the season.
Yates struck out the side in a perfect ninth inning Saturday to record his 16th save of the season in a 4-3 win over the Rockies.
He needed just 12 pitches to dispatch Ian Desmond, David Dahl and Ryan McMahon. Yates has yet to blow a save opportunity this year and now boasts a 1.35 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and dominant 37:8 K:BB through 20 innings, and his 16 saves leads the majors.
Yates picked up the save against the Mets on Wednesday, working around a hit and a walk to toss a scoreless ninth inning and lock down a 3-2 victory for the Padres.
Yates had taken two straight losses prior to this appearance, but he was able to protect a one-run lead and bag his MLB-leading 15th save in as many opportunities, despite allowing a couple of baserunners. Those last two hiccups aside, Yates is off to a great start, as he's now sporting a 1.42 ERA and 34:8 K:BB over 19 innings.
Yates (0-2) allowed one run on one hit and two walks over one inning, taking the loss against the Dodgers on Saturday. He struck out three batters.
Yates closed out April on a 12-inning scoreless streak but has allowed a run in both of his two appearances in May, earning the loss in both. The 32-year-old still owns a 1.50 ERA and is 14-for-14 in save chances in 2019.
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