Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2020 0.00 0.00
2019 0.00 0.00
2018 69.52.2 35.3 4 2 27 13 4.33 1.33
3y Avg. 19.51.8 13.3 1 1 11 5 4.73 1.50

Fantasy News

  • Athletics' Drew Rucinski: Throws on flat ground

    Rucinski (hamstring) threw on flat ground Thursday, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Rucinski came down with some left hamstring tightness earlier this week and had to be scratched from what would have been his fourth Cactus League start. A's manager Mark Kotsay said after Thursday's workout that the team is "hopeful it's resolved prior to Opening Day."
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  • Athletics' Drew Rucinski: Uncertain for Opening Day

    Athletics manager Mark Kotsay said Wednesday that Rucinski is a question mark for Opening Day due to left hamstring tightness, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. It's not clear when Rucinski suffered the injury, but he'll miss his next Cactus League start, and his status for the beginning of the regular season is up in the air. Paul Blackburn (finger) has already been ruled out for Opening Day, so the Athletics' rotation depth could be tested early on. It's been a rough spring for Rucinski, as he posted a 6.97 ERA in three Cactus League outings before picking up the hamstring injury.
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  • Athletics' Drew Rucinski: Struggling in spring

    Rucinski is 0-1 with a 6.97 ERA, 1.65 WHIP and 7:3 K:BB across 10.1 innings over three Cactus League starts. The veteran right-hander has given up multiple earned runs in each start, but he did turn in his best performance yet Tuesday against the White Sox while allowing two earned runs on four hits and two walks in 5.1 innings. Rucinski's last taste of regular-season MLB action came back in 2018 with the Marlins, after which he spent the next four seasons in the Korea Baseball Organization. Rucinski is battling Kyle Muller and JP Sears for the fifth spot in Oakland's starting rotation, but he could certainly also fit in as a middle-relief option considering all but one of his 41 MLB appearances have come out of the bullpen.
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  • Athletics' Drew Rucinski: Heading to Oakland

    Rucinski agreed to a one-year contract with the Athletics on Tuesday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. According to Jon Heyman of the New York Post, Rucinski's deal is for $3 million in 2023 and contains a $5 million club option for 2024. Rucinski hasn't pitched in affiliated ball since 2018 and spent the past four years in the Korea Baseball Organization, where he had a 3.06 ERA across 121 starts. He'll turn 34 years old Dec. 30 and should have a chance to slot into the back end of Oakland's rotation to open 2023.
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  • Drew Rucinski: Staying in KBO another year

    Rucinski re-signed Jan. 1 with the Korea Baseball Organization's NC Dinos on a one-year, $1.8 million contract. Rucinski's decision to remain overseas comes as little surprise with him coming off consecutive seasons as an anchor in the rotation for the Dinos. His 3.05 ERA in 2020 was identical to his mark from his first KBO campaign, and it helped the Dinos to their first title in franchise history. He picked up two wins and a save in the Korean Series, throwing five shutout innings in the decisive Game 6.
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  • Drew Rucinski: Staying in Korea

    Rucinski signed a one-year, $1 million contract with the NC Dinos of the Korea Baseball Organization on Saturday that includes a $200,000 signing bonus, Dan Kurtz of reports. The 30-year-old appeared in 32 games for the Marlins out of the bullpen in 2018, recording a 4.33 ERA and 1.33 WHIP, but he was unable to secure a spot on the roster following the season. The right-hander then spent 2019 with the Dinos, where he recorded a 3.05 ERA and a 119:45 K:BB over 30 starts. He'll spend at least one more year overseas, with the possibility of landing a contract with a major-league team in 2021 if he can have another strong performance in 2020.
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  • Drew Rucinski: Heads overseas

    Rucinski agreed Friday with the NC Dinos of the Korea Baseball Organization on a one-year, $1 million contract that includes a $200,000 signing bonus, Jee-ho Yoo of the Yonhap News Agency reports. The 29-year-old Rucinski made 32 appearances out of the Miami bullpen last season, logging a 4.33 ERA and 1.33 WHIP across 35.1 innings. The Marlins outrighted Rucinski off the 40-man roster shortly after the season ended, so the right-hander likely would have had to settle for a minor-league contract had he remained stateside. Instead, he'll earn a bigger paycheck by spending the next year overseas, a stint he could parlay into another look at the MLB level in 2020.
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  • Marlins' Drew Rucinski: Outrighted to New Orleans

    Rucinski was outrighted to Triple-A New Orleans on Saturday and will become a free agent at the conclusion of the season, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports. Across 32 appearances for the Marlins this past year, Rucinski posted a 4.33 ERA and 1.33 WHIP with a 27:13 K:BB in 35.1 innings. He also spent some time down at the Triple-A level and missed a month of action with a groin strain. The 30-year-old has bounced around teams the past few years and will likely join a fourth different organization in the past four years when he finds a new home this offseason.
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  • Marlins' Drew Rucinski: Activated from DL

    Rucinski (groin) was reinstated from the 10-day disabled list Friday, Andre Fernandez of the Miami Herald reports. Rucinski will rejoin the active roster after spending the past month on the shelf due to a right groin strain. In a corresponding move, the club placed Kyle Barraclough (back) on the DL. Through 13 appearances with the Marlins this year, Rucinski has logged a 3.12 ERA and 0.87 WHIP with 14 strikeouts across 17.1 innings of relief.
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  • Marlins' Drew Rucinski: Gets the win Sunday

    Rucinski (2-1) allowed three runs in 2.2 innings Sunday, yielding five hits and a walk in a 8-5 win over Colorado. He gave up a home run and struck out one. Rucinski came in during the second inning after starter Caleb Smith left due to a shoulder injury. It wasn't a great performance by any means, but Miami's offense did enough work to give the 29-year-old a win. Rucinski owns a 4.63 ERA in 11.2 innings this season.
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  • Twins' Drew Rucinski: Dropped from 40-man roster

    The Twins designated Rucinski for assignment Sunday, Brandon Warne of reports. With the Twins needing to clear a 40-man roster spot for new fifth starter Nik Turley, Rucinski, a 28-year-old who had given up five runs over 4.1 innings in his previous two appearances with the big club this season, was the casualty. Unless another team elects to bring Rucinski aboard its 40-man roster via waivers or trade, the right-hander probably will remain in the Twins organization and work as a swingman for Triple-A Rochester.
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  • Twins' Drew Rucinski: Sent back to minors

    Rucinski was sent back to Triple-A Rochester following Monday's loss to the Astros, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Rucinski was sent down after just one game with the big club; he allowed three runs on five hits while walking one batter, raising his ERA to 10.38. Buddy Boshers was recalled to take his place on the roster.
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  • Twins' Drew Rucinski: Will be recalled Thursday

    Rucinski will be recalled as the 26th man for Thrusday's doubleheader against the Rockies, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Rucinski will offer an extra bullpen arm for the doubleheader, though he'll likely head back to Triple-A afterwards. The 28-year-old saw a brief stint with the Twins earlier in May, allowing two runs and striking out five in his only appearance (3.1 innings).
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  • Twins' Drew Rucinski: Optioned to Triple-A Rochester

    Rucinski was optioned Wednesday to Triple-A Rochester, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. It was a short-lived callup for Rucinski, who appeared in just one game and allowed two runs over 3.1 innings. The Twins needed to make room for the newly acquired Adam Wilk, who will likely start Saturday against the Indians.
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  • Twins' Drew Rucinski: Receives big-league promotion Friday

    Rucinski was called up by the Twins from Triple-A Rochester on Friday, Brandon Warne of Zone Coverage reports. Rucinski has pitched solidly at the Triple-A level in 2017, posting a 3.48 ERA and an impressive 11.32 K/9 over 10.1 innings. He'll look to provide the Twins with some added depth to a bullpen that has been worn fairly thin.
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  • Twins' Drew Rucinski: Signs NRI deal with Twins

    Rucinski agreed to a minor league contract with the Twins on Thursday that includes an invitation to spring training, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Since converting to being a starting pitcher, the 27-year-old's strikeout numbers haven't been all that impressive. However, Rucinski does hold a bit of major league experience during his time in the Angels organization and also posted a decent 3.97 FIP at the Triple-A level last season, so given the fairly open competition for bullpen spots at the major league level, the right-hander could work himself into the mix for a low-leverage spot with a strong spring showing.
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  • Cubs' Drew Rucinski: Cut Friday

    Rucinski was reassigned to minor league camp Friday. Though Rucinski struck out seven in his five innings of work this spring, he also walked three. There's no room at the inn, so he's probably headed for Triple-A Iowa.
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  • Cubs' Drew Rucinski: Receives invitation to spring training

    Rucinski received an invitation to spring training. Rucinski spent the last few years in the Angels organization and even appeared in the majors with them, although his appearances weren't all that pretty. The bullpen is pretty set, so the right-hander will likely spend time in the minors for the majority of the 2016 season.
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  • Cubs' Drew Rucinski: Signs minor league deal with Cubs

    Rucinski signed a minor league deal with the Cubs on Monday, Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune reports. Rucinski spent the 2014-15 seasons with the Angels, and only appeared in seven games for the big league club. He was 0-2 with 6.28 ERA in those appearances. Rucinski will most likely begin the 2016 season in the Cubs' minor league system.
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  • Angels send RP Drew Rucinski, OF Alfredo Marte to Triple-A

    Right-hander Drew Rucinski and outfielder Alfredo Marte, both of whom were designated for assignment by the Angels this week, have cleared waivers and been outrighted to Triple-A Salt Lake City. Rucinski has spent nearly all year in the minors, but he has pitched in four games out of the bullpen for the Angels and compiled a 7.71 ERA.
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