SP,RP - SF
The Giants recalled LHP Andrew Suarez.
Suarez is taking the roster spot of Jeff Samardzija, who just landed on the injured list. The lefty posted a 5.79 ERA in 2019.
Andrew Suarez took the loss on Saturday versus Arizona, giving up nine runs (seven earned) on nine hits in just four innings of work.
Suarez struck out two and walked three as the Giants went on to lose 10-4. He now has a 9.00 ERA for the season and isn't a fantasy option moving forward.
Andrew Suarez took the loss Monday despite throwing a quality start versus Atlanta, allowing three runs on four hits over six innings of work.
Suarez struck out five and walked four as the Giants went on to lose 4-1. It wasn't a great performance by any means but Suarez kept the Giants in the game all night. His offense just couldn't come through for him. This was the first start of the year for 26-year-old, and he might've done well enough to stick in the rotation for now. If so Suarez gets the Diamondbacks in his next start.
Andrew Suarez pitched into the eighth inning on Monday against the Padres, allowing only two runs on four hits. He struck out four and walked three and earned the win.
Suarez had a good outing after struggling his previous two starts. His next start could be this weekend against the Dodgers so he is not someone to add to your roster to win a head-to-head playoff matchup or improve your pitching stats down the stretch in a rotisserie league.
Andrew Suarez got shelled Wednesday against the Rockies, allowing five runs on six its in six innings. Three of those runs came on Trevor Story's three solo home runs.
Suarez is now at 6-10 and has been inconsistent this season. He shut out his last two opponents and then got rocked Wednesday. This rookie has a lot of upside, but wait until next season to take a chance on this southpaw.