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Bailey Falter

Bailey Falter

SP - Pittsburgh Pirates

Age: 27Bats: RThrows: LCountry: USA

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CIN @ PIT
Mon, 6/17 6:40pm
Rank P #370
Projection (?) 1.2 pts

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12%
 
ESPN
5%

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Falter Falters Again in Loss to Cardinals

Bailey Falter struggled in Wednesday's 4-2 loss to the Cardinals, allowing three earned runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out five over four innings.

Fantasy Impact

This performance slightly inflates his season ERA to 3.86 and continues a trend of middling outings that don't inspire much confidence for fantasy managers. With a K/9 of just 6.1 and a FIP that suggests regression at 4.67, Falter's ability to be a reliable fantasy starter is questionable. His low BABIP of .239 prior to the game also hints at some luck that may not hold, further clouding his outlook. Fantasy managers should consider these factors heavily when deciding whether to keep him in their rotation.

Jesse Garcia4 days ago
Bailey Falter Struggles in Loss to Dodgers

Bailey Falter endured a rough outing, allowing five earned runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out six over four innings in Thursday's 11-7 loss to the Dodgers.

Fantasy Impact

This performance marked a notable deviation from his solid season stats, which boasts a 3.69 ERA and a 1.04 WHIP after the game. The spike in earned runs and hits in this outing could raise concerns about his consistency, especially considering his low strikeout rate of 5.8 K/9 and a FIP that suggests potential underlying issues at 4.73. Fantasy managers should monitor Falter's next few starts closely, as his ability to rebound will be crucial in determining his reliability as a fantasy option moving forward.

Chase Davis1 week ago
Bailey Falter shines, Pirates still fall short

Bailey Falter delivered a strong outing, tossing six scoreless innings while allowing just two hits and two walks, striking out five against the Blue Jays on Friday.

Fantasy Impact

Despite his commendable performance, the Pirates couldn't capitalize, ultimately losing 5-3. Falter's season has been a mixed bag with a solid 3.22 ERA and an impressive 0.95 WHIP, but his low strikeout rate of 5.3 K/9 continues to limit his upside in fantasy formats that heavily reward strikeouts. His low BABIP of .196 suggests some luck in play, potentially inflating his effectiveness. While he remains a reliable option for ERA and WHIP, fantasy managers should temper expectations for high strikeout totals.

Chris Schommer2 weeks ago
Bailey Falter steadies ship in Pirates' victory

Bailey Falter delivered a solid outing, allowing three earned runs on six hits and one walk while striking out four over 7 1/3 innings in Friday's 11-5 win over the Braves.

Fantasy Impact

This performance, marked by efficiency rather than dominance, aligns well with his season-long trend of reliable, if not spectacular, starts. With a 3.55 ERA and a stellar 0.98 WHIP through 10 starts, Falter continues to offer fantasy managers a dependable option, particularly in formats that reward innings pitched and WHIP. However, his low strikeout rate (5.1 K/9) limits his ceiling in categories that value strikeouts. His ability to limit walks and maintain a low BABIP (.200) suggests some skill in managing contact, but the high FIP (4.85) warns of potential regression. Fantasy managers should continue to view Falter as a steady, back-end rotation piece rather than a breakout candidate.

Chris Schommer3 weeks ago
Bailey Falter shines, Pirates still fall short

Bailey Falter delivered a strong performance, tossing 7 2/3 scoreless innings while allowing just three hits and two walks, striking out two in the Pirates' 1-0 loss to the Cubs on Saturday.

Fantasy Impact

Despite the lack of run support, Falter's outing was a gem, showcasing his ability to control the game and keep the opposing hitters at bay. His season ERA now improves to an impressive 3.53, complemented by a stellar 0.98 WHIP. However, his low strikeout rate of 5.1 K/9 continues to be a concern for fantasy managers looking for more punchouts from their pitchers. While his FIP stands at a less flattering 4.92, suggesting some luck involved in his outcomes, Falter's performance today should still be seen as a positive sign. Fantasy managers should temper expectations due to his low strikeout numbers, but his ability to limit base runners and runs makes him a viable option in deeper leagues or as a streaming candidate in favorable matchups.

Chris Schommer4 weeks ago