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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 218.59.9 109.0 8 8 103 33 3.96 1.25
2021 190.58.3 98.3 8 8 85 36 3.75 1.23
3y Avg. 125.57.8 70.0 5 6 63 25 4.24 1.30
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Strong start in last outing

    Suarez (8-8) earned the win Saturday over the Rangers, allowing two runs on two hits and striking out six over seven innings. Suarez flirted with perfection in this one, throwing six clean innings before he was tagged for a two-run home run by Nathaniel Lowe in the seventh. That blast briefly put the Rangers ahead, but the Angels regained the lead to allow Suarez to be rewarded with the win, leveling his record in his last start of the year. The southpaw has had some solid moments over the second half of the campaign, giving up more than three runs just once in his last 11 outings. He'll finish the season with a 3.96 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 103:33 K:BB across 109 innings over 22 appearances (20 starts). The strong second-half performance should give Suarez an inside track to a rotation spot to begin 2023.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Earns seventh win

    Suarez (7-8) allowed two runs on eight hits and a walk while striking out six in 5.2 innings to earn the win over the Twins on Sunday. Although Suarez fell one out shy of picking up a quality start Sunday, he was rewarded with his seventh win of the year after settling for losses in his last two outings. The southpaw has lasted at least five innings in all 10 of his starts following the All-Star break, and he's posted a 2.84 ERA and 1.11 WHIP in 57 innings during that time. He tentatively lines up to make his next start at home against the Rangers on Sunday.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Coughs up five runs

    Suarez (6-8) allowed five runs on seven hits and a walk over five innings Monday, striking out four and taking a loss against Seattle. After giving up an RBI double to Ty France in the first inning, Suarez kept things under control until Carlos Santana smoked a grand slam in the fifth. The 24-year-old southpaw had allowed three or fewer runs in eight straight outings prior to Monday's hiccup. His season ERA jumped to 4.11 alongside a 91:32 K:BB through 20 appearances. Suarez is expected to start in Minnesota this weekend.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Sleeper pitchers for Week 25 (Sept. 19-25)

    I wouldn't say Suarez is a high priority this week, given his modest ceiling, but his matchups against the Mariners and Twins are decent enough. Having two helps make up for whatever volume issues he might have, though he has gone six-plus innings in two of his past three starts.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Strong in sixth win

    Suarez (6-6) allowed three hits and a walk while striking out seven over seven shutout innings to earn the win Monday over the Tigers. Suarez turned in his second straight quality start and was fairly dominant, throwing 67 of 92 pitches for strikes. He left the game with a big lead that was never in danger. The southpaw has completed at least five frames without allowing more than three runs in any of his seven outings since the All-Star break. He's at a 3.77 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 84:31 K:BB through 86 innings across 18 appearances (16 starts) this year. Suarez is projected for a road start in Cleveland next week.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Sleeper pitchers for Week 23 (Sept. 5-11)

    Suarez's slider is actually a pretty good swing-and-miss pitch, and he has a 2.12 ERA over his past six starts. He struggles to go deep into games, but there's no matchup more favorable than the Tigers, his opponent this week.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Tames Yankees in victory

    Suarez (5-6) earned the win over the Yankees on Monday, pitching six innings and allowing two runs on three hits and three walks while striking out six batters. Suarez gave up only three hits in the outing, though two of them -- including an Anthony Rizzo solo home run -- went for extra-bases. The left-handed hurler demonstrated good control with 56 of his 87 pitching going for strikes, and of his three walks, two were intentional passes to Aaron Judge. Suarez turned in his third quality start of the campaign and ended a two-game losing streak to bring his record to 5-6. He had a strong month of August, posting a 2.51 ERA, 1.01 WHIP and 29:7 K:BB over 28.2 innings across five starts.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Chased in sixth

    Suarez (4-6) was charged with a loss Tuesday after he pitched 5.1 innings, giving up three runs on eight hits while striking out five versus the Rays. Suarez surrendered two runs in bottom of the third frame before being chased from the game with one out in the sixth inning after he gave up a solo homer to Isaac Paredes and a single to Taylor Walls. The left-hander has now allowed six runs on 12 hits over 10.2 innings in his last two starts after he had produced three consecutive scoreless outings prior. Since July 26, Suarez has compiled a 1.93 ERA over five starts, lowering his season-long ERA to 4.19 over 73 innings in 16 outings.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Done in by sixth inning

    Suarez (4-5) took the loss during Tuesday's 8-2 defeat at the hands of the Mariners, allowing three runs on four hits with five strikeouts in 5.1 innings. Suarez retired the first 16 batters he faced before surrendering four straight singles -- three of which came around to score -- before being removed. Including Tuesday's start, Suarez had gone 22 innings without permitting an earned run, a stretch dating back to mid-July. Suarez possesses a 4.12 ERA and 1.33 WHIP with 66 strikeouts in 67.2 innings and is scheduled to take the mound again next week in Tampa Bay.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Punches out eight in victory

    Suarez (4-4) allowed two hits and two walks over seven shutout innings Monday, striking out eight and earning a win over the Athletics. Suarez was dominant Monday, firing 67 of 97 pitches for strikes, including 14 whiffs. He didn't allow an extra-base hit and Oakland never put together any momentum against him. The 24-year-old southpaw lowered his ERA to 4.04 with a 61:27 K:BB through 62.1 frames. Since he was tagged with six runs against the Dodgers on July 16, Suarez has fired 17.1 consecutive scoreless innings. He'll look for a fourth straight win next week at home against the Mariners.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Nabs win against A's

    Suarez (3-4) earned the win during Tuesday's 3-1 victory over Oakland, allowing one unearned run on five hits and two walks with five strikeouts in five innings. Suarez was moved up to start Tuesday's game with the departure of Noah Syndergaard and filled in seamlessly, only letting one run in during his final frame as a result of a passed ball despite failing to record a 1-2-3 inning. The 24-year-old hasn't permitted an earned run over his last two sparts, spanning 10.1 innings, though both have come against inferior competition in Oakland and Kansas City. With a decent 4.55 ERA and 1.48 WHIP with 53 strikeouts across 55.1 innings, Suarez has a shot to remain in Los Angeles' rotation.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Starting Tuesday

    Suarez will start Tuesday's game against the A's, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. The left-hander last started July 26 against the Royals, and he'll take the mound again Tuesday after previously scheduled starter Noah Syndergaard was traded to the Phillies. Suarez has a 5.01 ERA, 1.49 WHIP and 48:23 K:BB across 50.1 innings this season.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Bounces back Tuesday

    Suarez (2-4) earned the win Tuesday over the Royals. He allowed three hits, a walk and hit a batter while striking out three over 5.1 scoreless innings. Suarez had allowed 12 runs over 12 innings in his first three starts in July, though he faced the Astros, Orioles and Dodgers in that stretch. A favorable start against the Royals allowed the southpaw to get back on track. He threw 53 of 78 pitches for strikes in arguably his sharpest outing of the year. For the season, Suarez owns a 5.01 ERA, 1.49 WHIP and 48:23 K:BB in 50.1 innings across 12 appearances (10 starts). He's projected for a home start versus the Athletics next week.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Yields three homers in loss

    Suarez (1-4) allowed six runs on five hits and three walks with six strikeouts in 3.2 innings, taking the loss Saturday versus the Dodgers. Suarez hasn't completed five innings in any of his three July starts. He's allowed 12 runs in 12 innings this month. Saturday's outing was marred by the long ball, as Trea Turner took him deep twice and Max Muncy added a three-run blast. Suarez had a 4.36 ERA at the end of June, but it's now at 5.60 with a 1.58 WHIP and 45:22 K:BB across 45 innings in 11 appearances (nine starts) this year. The Angels are expected to resume a six-man rotation after the All-Star break, so he's not yet at immediate risk of losing his starting role despite the recent struggles.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Gives up four runs

    Suarez (1-2) allowed four runs on three hits and two walks while striking out one in 3.2 innings to take the loss during Sunday's game against the Orioles. Suarez hadn't allowed more than three earned runs in any of his last five outings and held Baltimore scoreless over three innings Sunday, but he struggled against the surging Orioles in the bottom of the fourth inning and took his first loss since April 30. Over his last five appearances, the southpaw has posted a 3.80 ERA in 23.2 innings. He tentatively lines up to make his next start at home against the Dodgers on Saturday.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Receives another start

    Suarez is scheduled to make his next start Sunday in Houston. He will unsurprisingly received another turn through the rotation after he impressed while working as a bulk reliever behind Andrew Wantz in last Sunday's win over the Mariners. Suarez notched his first win of the season in the six-inning outing, striking out eight while yielding one run on five hits and no walks. The left-hander is expected to be deployed as a traditional starter this time out, and he could have some staying power in the Angels' six-man rotation if he submits another solid performance.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Dominant in six innings

    Suarez (1-2) picked up the win Sunday versus the Mariners. He allowed a run on five hits and struck out eight over six innings. Suarez pitched behind opener Andrew Wantz, who was ejected after he hit Jesse Winker with a pitch, which ignited a brawl between the teams. The lone run on Suarez's line was from an Abraham Toro solo home run in the sixth inning, but the Angels were able to pull ahead in the seventh while the southpaw was still in the game. Suarez had not completed more than five innings in a start at the major-league level prior to Sunday. He owns a 4.36 ERA, 1.64 WHIP and 34:17 K:BB across 33 innings overall. The Angels' pitching plans are still in flux heading into next week, but Suarez's next start is expected to be a road date in Houston next weekend.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Recalled, should fill primary role

    The Angels recalled Suarez from Triple-A Salt Lake ahead of Sunday's game against the Mariners. He's expected to serve as the Angels' primary pitcher out of the bullpen in the series finale with Seattle, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Andrew Wantz is listed as the Halos' starting pitcher on the lineup card, but he hasn't worked more than 2.1 innings in any of his appearances this season and is expected to be deployed as an opener. Assuming that's the case, Suarez should be in line to fill a bulk-relief role, and the fact that he won't be starting could help his case for factoring into the decision. Over his previous seven outings (six starts) with the big club this season, Suarez has submitted a 5.00 ERA, 1.81 WHIP and 26:17 K:BB across 27 innings.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Back in big-league rotation

    Angels interim manager Phil Nevin said Suarez will be called up from Triple-A Salt Lake to start Sunday's game against the Mariners in Anaheim, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Suarez was optioned to Triple-A last Sunday, one day after he struck out seven over 4.1 scoreless frames while starting one half of a doubleheader with the Mariners. He'll get another crack against Seattle this weekend, this time taking on the club at home. With the Angels sending the struggling Reid Detmers back to Triple-A earlier this week, Suarez could be in line for a more permanent stay in the big-league rotation.
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  • Angels' Jose Suarez: Goes back to Triple-A

    The Angels returned Suarez to Triple-A Salt Lake on Sunday. Suarez's latest stint with the big club lasted just one day, as the Angels designated him as the 27th man for Saturday's doubleheader with the Mariners. He started the second game of the twin bill and fared well in the Angels' 3-0 win, shutting out the Mariners over 4.1 innings while striking out seven and scattering four hits and three walks. Kenny Rosenberg was called up from Triple-A to make a start in Sunday's series finale in Seattle, and how he performs may dictate whether he or Suarez gets the nod the next time the Halos require a sixth starter in next weekend's home series with the Mariners.
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