Brett de Geus
RP - ARI
Rangers reliever Brett de Geus struggled greatly on Tuesday, allowing four runs over just 1.2 innings of work out of the bullpen. The game was already out of hand before de Geus entered, but his mid-game struggles forced Texas to keep digging into its supply of relievers rather than save their arms for later in the series vs. the Angels.
Through 15 games, the rookie owns a massive 7.97 ERA, 1.67 WHIP, and .288 OBA. He's walked 11 batters, plunked four, and struck out 17.
Rangers reliever Brett de Geus entered the game with two outs in the second inning. He escaped the frame but was unable to record an out in the third inning, allowing four runs instead.
de Geus finished with four runs, three hits, and two walks over 0.1 innings. Overall this season, he owns a 6.75 ERA, 1.44 WHIP, and .238 OBA through 13 appearances (17.1 innings). He's added 10 walks and 16 strikeouts to this point.
Rangers reliever Brett de Geus allowed zero runs and a pair of hits over two innings on Sunday. He also walked one batter and added a strikeout.
The right-hander owns a 5.06 ERA, 1.25 WHIP, and .214 OBA over the course of 11 games (16 innings) out of the bullpen this season. He's walked eight batters and struck out 14. Still, due to a lack of save opportunities, de Geus isn't fantasy relevant.
Rangers reliever Brett de Geus lasted two frames on Friday, pitching the eighth and ninth innings against the Red Sox. He allowed just one hit and zero walks while striking out a batter.
The 23-year-old reliever owns a 6.75 ERA and 1.25 WHIP over the course of nine relief outings this season. He has totaled 10 strikeouts through a dozen innings. The Rangers lost, but Friday was a good day for de Geus, who entered the game having allowed six runs over the prior three games.
Rangers reliever Brett de Geus lasted just one inning on Sunday, surrendering three runs on three hits and a pair of walks. He also struck out two batters.
Texas was already losing at the time, so de Geus was not hit with the loss. Still, in a game where the Rangers lost by four, the three runs surrendered by the right-hander were not ideal. He now has an 8.10 ERA over 10 innings of work this season.