SP,RP - FA - RET
Chad Bettis officially retires from baseball. “Today I am walking away from the game with my head held high, knowing that I pushed my body as far as I could physically,” said Bettis.
Bettis signed with the Yankees to a minor league deal this off-season, but ultimately decided to retire. Bettis walks away from the game, owning a (31-31) record, 5.12 ERA, 1.47 WHIP and a 431:210 K:BB across 600 2/3 innings in seven seasons for the Rockies.
Chad Bettis is being moved to the Rockies bullpen for the time being.
Bettis has struggled this year with a 8.78 ERA through three starts. He'll look to sort things out in relief while Antonio Senzatela comes off the injured list tonight.
Chad Bettis took a no-decision on Friday versus the Giants, allowing two runs on six hits over five innings.
The Rockies went on to lose 3-2 in 18 innings. This was Bettis' best start of the year but he has otherwise struggled and carries a 8.78 ERA through three performances. Antonio Senzatela could take his rotation spot once he's back from injury soon.
Chad Bettis allowed six runs (five earned) on seven hits over 2 2/3 innings as the Rockies fell to the Dodgers 12-6 on Sunday Night Baseball.
Bettis has struggled through two starts, posting a 11.88 ERA through 8 1/3 innings. He'll look to get right in his next start versus a weak Giants offense, but he can't be trusted in fantasy.
Chad Bettis took the loss on Monday versus the Rays, allowing six runs on seven hits over 5 2/3 innings.
Bettis struck out five, walked two, and allowed two homers as the Rockies went on to lose 7-1. There's a decent chance he heads back to the bullpen soon when the rest of the Colorado rotation gets healthy.