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Bryan Woo continued his impressive run on Tuesday, delivering another stellar performance as he shut down the Los Angeles Angels.
Woo tossed 5.2 scoreless innings, allowing just four hits while striking out eight batters without issuing a single walk. With this win, Woo now boasts a 3-4 record on the season. Despite a 4.16 ERA, Woo's underlying numbers, including a 1.15 WHIP and a 9.04 K/9, suggest that he has been more effective than his ERA indicates. Fantasy managers should take note of Woo's recent success and consider him a valuable asset moving forward.
Bryan Woo had a rough outing on Monday, surrendering 5 earned runs over 5 innings pitched in a losing effort against the Reds.
He struggled with his command, issuing 3 walks and failing to record a single strikeout. This performance caused his season ERA to rise to 4.50, which is a cause for concern for fantasy owners. Despite his solid strikeout rate of 8.7 K/9, Woo's lack of consistency and high ERA make him a risky option moving forward. Fantasy managers should monitor his next few starts closely before considering him for their lineups.
Despite showing flashes of potential with a solid strikeout rate and respectable peripherals, Woo's inconsistency and lack of wins limit his fantasy value.
With a 4.58 ERA and 1.22 WHIP on the season, fantasy managers should proceed with caution when considering Woo for their lineups.
The Mariners activated Bryan Woo from the 15-day injured list.
Woo will return to the mound on Tuesday against the White Sox after missing close to three weeks. The rookie has posted a 4.75 ERA across 11 starts so far this season.
Bryan Woo was placed on the 15-day injured list with right forearm inflammation.
The team did state recently that they were going to limit Woo’s innings as we move towards the end of the regular season. The 23-year-old is in his rookie season and is already close to his career high in innings pitched. Fantasy managers should expect the Mariners to provide a timetable for his return soon.