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Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 225.54.6 69.0 2 1 9 63 15 2.48 0.91
2021 271.5 18.7 2 3 20 4 5.30 1.29
3y Avg. 100.53.5 35.7 2 1 3 33 11 3.03 1.07
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: In running for closer role

    Herget could begin the season as the Angels' closer with offseason signee Carlos Estevez struggling in Cactus League play, Rhett Bollinger of reports. Estevez signed with the Angels in December and was tabbed as the team's potential closer by general manager Perry Minasian early in camp, but the veteran reliever has struggled with a 19.64 ERA and 10 walks over 3.2 innings this spring. Estevez and the Angels have indicated a lack of concern about his Cactus League struggles, but if the team ultimately decides to go in a different direction for ninth-inning work to start the season, Herget would be the logical choice to assume the role. The right-hander was effective as part of a closer committee after Raisel Iglesias was traded last season, tallying eight saves, a 1.10 ERA and a 0.83 WHIP over 32.2 innings. However, Herget hadn't saved any MLB games prior to 2022, so his sample size of success as a closer is relatively small.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Notches another save Friday

    Herget picked up a save against Texas on Friday, striking out two batters in a scoreless inning of work. Herget tossed nine of 12 pitches for strikes in the outing and fanned a pair for his ninth save. The right-hander has recorded three saves in the past four days and four since Sept. 20. Ryan Tepera has registered two saves in that span, but Herget looks to have a solid grip on the closer position for the remainder of this season and possibly into next.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Records seventh save

    Herget picked up the save with a clean ninth inning in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Athletics. Herget entered the game with a 4-3 lead in the ninth inning and needed 14 pitches to retire the Athletics in order and record his seventh save of the season. In 10 September outings, Herbet has two saves and four holds while surrendering just one earned run over 12.1 innings. He should remain in the mix for high-leverage opportunities to close out the season.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Records sixth save

    Herget allowed a hit in a scoreless inning to earn the save in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Rangers. Herget took two blown saves and added three holds over his previous six outings. Interim manager Phil Nevin opted to give Herget another closing opportunity in a fairly safe spot with a three-run lead, and the 29-year-old right-hander got the job done. One of his blown saves in the aforementioned six-appearance span occurred when he allowed an inherited runner to score -- he's given up only one run in his last 8.2 innings. For the season, Herget owns a 2.42 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and 59:15 K:BB while adding six saves, six holds and three blown saves in 63.1 innings.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Blown save Tuesday

    Herget suffered a blown save after he pitched two-thirds of an inning, allowing an inherited runner to score while giving up one hit and striking out a batter in Tuesday's extra-inning win over the Tigers. He did not factor into the decision. Herget entered the game with one out in the eighth inning and runners on second and third base, ultimately giving up an RBI groundout to Javier Baez before getting Spencer Torkelson swinging to end the frame. The blown save was his second of the season and first in his last five save chances. Since the beginning of August, the right-hander has allowed two runs (one earned) while striking out 20 batters over 19 innings in 13 appearances. Herget has gone 5-for-7 on save opportunities this year and now owns a 2.60 ERA and 0.96 WHIP with 54 punchouts over 55.1 innings in 38 appearances.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Possible waiver wire pickups

    The Angels traded Raisel Iglesias without an obvious heir to the closer role and no real candidates either, but all of a sudden, Herget is looking like the obvious choice. The 28-year-old's save Wednesday against the Yankees gives him each of the Angels' past three -- and all in the span of just five days. He's been a multi-inning guy for most of the year, but his last couple appearances have been more like that of a conventional closer. He also has an ERA (2.70) and WHIP (0.94) befitting the role even if the strikeouts are a bit on the low side. At this point, I'd trust him over anything the Cubs or Red Sox are serving up.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Secures fifth save

    Herget walked two and struck out two in a scoreless inning to earn the save in Wednesday's 3-2 win over the Yankees. Herget has picked up saves in each of his last three appearances, which makes him look like a slight favorite for closing duties in the Angels' committee. He made it interesting Wednesday with walks to Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton before retiring the next three batters in order. Herget ends August having allowing just one run in 17 innings with an 18:6 K:BB. He's been effective with a 2.70 ERA, 0.94 WHIP and 52:12 K:BB through 53.1 innings overall, adding five saves, three holds, a blown save and a 2-1 record through 36 appearances.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Nabs another save

    Herget earned a save against the Yankees on Monday, allowing one hit and striking out one batter while allowing zero runs over two-thirds of an inning. Lefty Jose Quijada opened the ninth inning with the Angels clinging to a one-run lead, but he exited after retiring Anthony Rizzo for the first out. Herget came in and worked around a two-out single to close the contest and pick up his second save in the past three days. Quijada's last save came over two weeks ago, and Ryan Tepera hasn't saved a game since Aug. 8, so it's fair to assume that Herget has worked his way to the top of the committee. Through 10 appearances in August, he has given up only one earned run while registering a 16:4 K:BB over 16 innings.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Notches two-inning save

    Herget picked up a save against Toronto on Saturday, striking out two batters in two perfect innings. Shohei Ohtani tossed seven splendid scoreless innings but needed relief after throwing 109 pitches. Herget came on and completed the shutout with two outstanding frames of his own. The right-hander didn't allow any baserunners and threw 15 of 24 pitches for strikes. Herget has completed at least two innings in four of his past five outings and has allowed only one run while posting a 10:3 K:BB over 9.2 frames during that stretch. He isn't typically the Angels' closer of choice, but with three saves on the campaign, Herget could get a few more chances to close down the stretch.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Gets 10th-inning save

    Herget pitched a clean 10th inning Friday to pick up the save against the Mariners. Herget had zero strikeouts and allowed zero baserunners. Jesse Chavez was used in a save situation in the ninth inning, but he gave up three runs. Meanwhile, Jose Quijada, who got a save earlier in the week, pitched the eighth inning and Ryan Tepera was unavailable. This looks like a full-blown committee for now after the Angels traded their previous closer, Raisel Iglesias, to Atlanta at the deadline.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Back from injured list

    The Angels reinstated Herget (shoulder) from the 15-day injured list Sunday. To clear room for Herget on the 26-man active roster, the Halos optioned Chase Silseth to Triple-A Salt Lake. Herget was sidelined for the past five and a half weeks due to right shoulder tendinitis, but he pitched effectively over a recent three-appearance rehab assignment for Double-A Rocket City, covering four innings while allowing two earned runs on two hits and two walks and striking out four.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Return likely imminent

    Herget (shoulder) could be activated by the Angels on Sunday or Tuesday, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. Herget has been rehabbing with Double-A Rocket City, most recently pitching two perfect innings for the minor-league club Friday. The right-hander now appears set to rejoin the Angels after spending over a month on the IL. Prior to the injury, Herget had posted a 3.72 ERA, 0.99 WHIP and 34:6 K:BB over 36.1 innings. He's notched two wins, one save and two holds on the season.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Rehab assignment on tap

    Herget (shoulder) will begin a rehab assignment at Double-A Rocket City on Friday, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. Herget began throwing bullpens last week and has been cleared to return to game action with the Double-A club. The right-hander has been on the injured list for a month due to a shoulder injury and a setback in late June, so it's possible that he'll require multiple rehab appearances prior to rejoining the Angels.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Tosses bullpen session

    Herget (shoulder) threw a bullpen session Tuesday, Rhett Bollinger of reports. Herget said that he felt "great" following the bullpen, which was his first since he went on the 15-day injured list with a right shoulder impingement June 22. The right-hander was originally expected to need close to a minimum stay on the IL, but continued discomfort necessitated a longer break from throwing. Herget is next expected to either toss another standard bullpen or progress to facing live hitters.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Nearing mound work

    Herget (shoulder) is slated to throw off a mound during the coming week, the Associated Press reports. Herget was placed on the 15-day IL on June 22 with a right shoulder impingement. He wasn't expected to be out long, but the right-hander suffered a setback in the final days of June and was subsequently shut down. He now appears just about ready to resume mound work, which should put him on track to return to the big-league club shortly after the All-Star break.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Suffers setback

    Herget has been shut down from throwing after continuing to feel discomfort in his injured right shoulder, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Herget was placed on the injured list June 22 with a right shoulder impingement. The original expectation was that his injury wouldn't be long term, but it now appears likely that the right-hander won't be activated when first eligible July 7 given the setback. Herget posted a 3.72 ERA and 0.99 WHIP while collecting one save and two holds across 25 appearances before being sidelined.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Out with shoulder injury

    Herget was placed on the 15-day injured list Wednesday with a right shoulder impingement. Herget presumably picked up the injury during Tuesday's matchup with the Royals when he allowed two runs on one hit and a walk over one inning. It's not believed to be a serious issue, but the right-hander won't be eligible to be activated until July 7.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Takes loss Wednesday

    Herget (1-1) was tagged with the loss Wednesday against the Red Sox, allowing a run on two hits and one walk while striking out two in one inning. There was no margin for error in the tight contest, as the only run in the game was the one Herget allowed in the sixth frame. The right-hander started off the inning with a pair of strikeouts, but Boston made him pay for a two-out walk when Bobby Dalbec knocked in a run with a double. Herget has pitched well for Los Angeles this season, posting a 3.10 ERA, 0.97 WHIP and 29:4 K:BB over 29 innings.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Blows save Sunday

    Herget yielded a walkoff home run in Sunday's loss to the Phillies. He did not record an out. Herget entered the ninth inning after Raisel Iglesias put two runners on base and promptly served up a walkoff three-run shot to Bryson Stott. His season ERA swelled to 3.12 with an impressive 26:3 K:BB through 19 appearances.
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  • Angels' Jimmy Herget: Secures first career save

    Herget earned a save against Oakland on Sunday, pitching 2.2 scoreless innings during which he allowed one hit. He did not walk or strike out any batters. Usual closer Raisel Iglesias pitched both Friday and Saturday, so manager Joe Maddon elected to leave Herget in the contest for the bottom of the ninth inning Sunday despite the Angels leading by just three runs. The right-hander validated the decision by closing the game out for his first career save. Herget isn't likely to see many more save opportunities going forward, though he's been solid this season with a 3.32 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 18:1 K:BB across 19 innings.
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