Suarez will be called up to start Friday's game in Houston.
Suarez has a 6.75 ERA (6.59 FIP) in 53.1 MLB innings, working almost exclusively as a starter, so he should be avoided in most matchups anyway. With a matchup in Houston, he should avoided in essentially all fantasy formats. He is making the start in place of Griffin Canning (elbow inflammation). The Angels won't need a fifth starter again in August, so Suarez may be sent back to the minors after Friday's outing.
Suarez was optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake following Saturday's start against the White Sox.
Suarez was sent down after allowing four runs in four innings against Chicago. The 21-year-old has posted a 2-4 record along with a 6.75 ERA and 1.69 WHIP in 53.1 innings with the Angels this season. The team's staff has been working with Suarez on improving his delivery to avoid tipping his pitches, though the issue was said to have been corrected prior to Saturday's outing. Left-handed pitcher Miguel Del Pozo was selected to the major league roster in a corresponding move.
Suarez allowed four runs on six hits and three walks over four innings. He struck out five and did not factor into the decision versus the White Sox on Saturday.
Suarez was used as a bulk reliever for the first time in his career, to less-than-appealing results. He was dinged for a two-run double by James McCann and a two-run homer by Eloy Jimenez in the third inning that put the Angels down 5-1, but the offense rallied in the seventh inning to get Suarez off the hook. The 21-year-old has struggled to a 6.75 ERA and 1.69 WHIP in 53.1 innings this season. He has now allowed four or more runs in each of his last four appearances. Suarez is next expected to face the Astros for a road start Friday.
Suarez will pitch behind opener Noe Ramirez against the White Sox on Saturday.
Suarez was expected to make his 12th start but will instead fill a primary pitcher role for the first time in his career. The 21-year-old has struggled mightily of late, giving up 14 earned runs in 12.1 innings over his last three starts. On a related note, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports that Suarez has been tipping pitches in his last 2-3 outings, which may explain his bloated numbers. Manager Brad Ausmus indicated that the issue has been corrected, providing hope that the southpaw may soon get back on track.
Suarez (2-4) took the loss against the Pirates on Monday, giving up six runs (four earned) on seven hits over three innings, striking out two and walking none in a 10-2 defeat for the Angels.
The left-hander continues to struggle, as this was his third straight start in which he's yielded at least four earned runs. He's seen his ERA rise to 6.57 over that stretch to go along with a 1.64 WHIP across 49.1 innings. He'll look to get on track in his next start against the White Sox on the road on Saturday, but at this point the 21-year-old has done little to inspire confidence he'll provide viable fantasy numbers.
Suarez (2-3) allowed six earned runs on 10 hits and a walk while striking out three across five innings to take the loss Tuesday against the Reds.
Suarez allowed three home runs, accounting for four of his six earned runs. Though he was staked to a three-run lead in the first inning, Suarez allowed three earned runs in both the first and fourth frames to cough up the advantage and take the loss. He's had a tough rookie campaign, posting a 6.22 ERA and 1.60 WHIP across 46.1 innings. He'll look to find his footing in his next start, currently scheduled for Monday against the Pirates.
Suarez (2-2) took the loss Wednesday as the Angels were downed 9-1 by the Tigers, giving up four runs on four hits and three walks over 4.1 innings. He failed to strike out a batter.
The southpaw hasn't been able to complete five innings in any of his five July starts, stumbling to a 5.76 ERA, 1.57 WHIP and 24:9 K:BB through 20.1 innings on the month. Suarez will look to turn things around in his next outing Tuesday in Cincinnati.
Suarez did not factor into the decision against the Orioles on Thursday, pitching 4.1 innings and giving up two runs on four hits and one walk while striking out six.
Suarez held Baltimore scoreless over the first three frames before allowing a single run in the fourth inning. He departed with one out in the fifth after allowing back-to-back singles and was charged with his second run when the lead runner eventually came around to score. The rookie has now allowed three runs or less in seven of his eight starts but has completed five innings only three times in those appearances. He'll carry a 5.35 ERA, 1.51 WHIP and 43:15 K:BB over 37 innings into his next scheduled start, a home matchup against the Tigers on Tuesday.
Suarez was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake prior to Thursday's game against the Orioles.
As expected, Suarez will be promoted to start Thursday's matchup. Taylor Ward was optioned to Triple-A in a corresponding move.
Suarez will be called up from Triple-A Salt Lake to start Thursday's game against the Orioles, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
Suarez joined the team in Los Angeles on Wednesday and will be activated after spending the minimum 10 days in the minors. The 21-year-old has a 5.51 ERA, 1.56 WHIP and 37:14 K:BB through his first seven major-league starts, and he'll have a favorable matchup to improve upon those numbers Thursday.
Suarez is in the Angels' clubhouse and may start Thursday's game versus the Orioles, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
The Angels have yet to officially name a starter, but Suarez is now with the team and is eligible to be recalled Thursday after spending 10 days in the minors. The 21-year-old has a 5.51 ERA, 1.56 WHIP and 37:14 K:BB through his first 32.2 major-league innings.
Suarez was optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake on Monday.
Suarez surrendered three runs over 4.1 innings Sunday in his start against the Mariners, and the Angels have since elected to send him back to the minors. He's struggled to find success since being promoted to the big leagues at the beginning of June, posting a 5.51 ERA and 1.56 WHIP with a 37:14 K:BB over 32.2 innings. Michael Hermosillo was recalled from Triple-A in a corresponding move.
Suarez allowed three runs on seven hits and one walk across 4.1 innings in a no-decision Sunday against the Mariners. He struck out seven.
Suarez labored through the first three frames and was perhaps a bit lucky to escape with only three runs against him. He settled down after that but was removed with an elevated pitch count after recording one out in the fifth. Suarez has struggled to go deep into games of late and has failed to complete five innings in each of his last three starts. He will take a 5.51 ERA into his next outing on the road against this same Mariners team.
Suarez allowed two runs on five hits and two walks while striking out four over 3.1 innings Sunday, though he didn't factor into the decision.
The two runs Suarez allowed came off a two-run shot by Tony Kemp in the second inning. In the fourth, he walked Max Stassi before hitting Kemp, ending his afternoon. The rookie lefty owns a 5.40 ERA with a 30:13 K:BB in 28.1 innings this season. It's unclear if he'll stick with the rotation after the All-Star break or head back to Triple-A Salt Lake.
Suarez allowed three runs (two earned) on three hits and two walks across four innings against the Rangers on Tuesday. He had seven strikeouts but didn't factor in the decision.
Suarez was able to rack up the strikeouts but it hurt his pitch count as he needed 91 pitches to complete the four frames. The 21-year-old was called up to start Monday, but the game was postponed following the death of teammate Tyler Skaggs. Suarez currently lines up to start the final game before the All-Star break Sunday in Houston.
The Angels list Suarez as their starting pitcher for Tuesday's game against the Rangers.
Suarez was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake on Monday with the expectation that he would start later that night before the contest was postponed following the death of teammate Tyler Skaggs. According to Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic, both teams are prepared to play Tuesday's game as scheduled, so Suarez will stay on turn to pitch in the series opener. The Angels will first require a new rotation member Saturday in Houston.
Suarez won't make his scheduled start Monday at Texas since the game was postponed.
Monday's game will not be played after Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs passed away earlier Monday at 27 years old.
Suarez was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake to start Monday's game at Texas.
Suarez as been with the team over the last few days as a member of the taxi squad, but he officially joins the 25-man roster for Monday's game. The 21-year-old has a 5.57 ERA, 1.48 WHIP and 19:9 K:BB over four major-league starts this season.
The Angels will call Suarez up from Triple-A Salt Lake to start Monday's game against the Rangers in Texas, Maria Torres of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Suarez has already been a member of the taxi squad for the past two days, which provided a good clue the Angels were planning on bringing him back into the rotation. He'll be receiving the starting nod over Trevor Cahill, who was moved to the bullpen after being activated from the injured list a few days ago. Over his previous four starts with the Angels this season, Suarez posted a 5.57 ERA and 1.48 WHIP in 21 innings.
Suarez was optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake on Friday, Maria Torres of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Suarez didn't fare well in Thursday night's start against Toronto, and with Trevor Cahill (elbow) expected to return shortly, Suarez will head back to Triple-A. Luke Bard and Jake Jewell were recalled from Salt Lake in corresponding moves.
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