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Alec Asher allowed six runs on six hits over five inning versus the White Sox on Tuesday night. Asher also walked two and struck out only one.
The right-hander is now 2-5 with a 5.05 ERA for the slumping Orioles. He's very off the fantasy radar right now.
Alec Asher took the loss on Thursday night, allowing five runs on seven hits over four innings against the Nationals. Asher struck out six and walked four.
The loss dropped his record on the year to 2-4. He was coming off an impressive start against the Red Sox, but this game is a reminder of why he isn't on the fantasy radar.
Alec Asher improved to 2-3 on the year, allowing two runs on three hits over 6 1/3 innings. Asher struck out five and walked none.
It was an impressive performance for Asher after getting shelled by the Astros last time out. However, he will be tough to trust in his next outing versus the Nationals.
Alec Asher had a start to forget Sunday, allowing six runs on six hits in only two innings of work. He also walked one and struck out one.
Asher was making just his third start of the season for the Orioles. He was pitching reasonably well out of the bullpen but got the chance in Houston with Ubaldo Jimenez struggling. Regardless of the role for him Asher isn't a fantasy option.
Alec Asher threw a quality start Tuesday night against the Red Sox, pitching six innings of three run ball while striking out four, walking one, and giving up six hits.
Aside from two moon shots from Hanley Ramirez, Asher looked pretty good tonight. It remains to be seen if he will make another turn in the rotation but as of now shouldn't be on anyone's fantasy radar.