SP - TB
Rays starter Corey Kluber allowed two runs, five hits, and two walks over three innings of work against the Orioles on Sunday afternoon. He struck out twice and finished with the no-decision. Tampa Bay ultimately fell to Baltimore by a score of 7-6 in 11 innings.
Kluber is 1-2 with a 4.42 ERA, 1.29 WHIP, and .275 OBA through eight starts this season. The starter has also posted 8.61 K/9 and 1.86 BB/9 this season. He should be rostered in most fantasy baseball leagues.
Rays starter Corey Kluber allowed two runs, four hits, and zero walks over six innings of work against the Tigers on Monday. He also struck out eight batters but finished the day with the no-decision. Tampa Bay ultimately fell to Detroit by a score of 3-2.
Kluber is 1-2 with a 4.29 ERA, 1.21 WHIP, and .266 OBA throughout seven starts this season. Despite this mediocre line, he has boasted impressive command with 8.83 K/9 and 1.51 BB/9. As such, he should be rostered in most fantasy baseball leagues.
Rays starter Corey Kluber allowed eight runs on 11 hits over three innings of work against the Angels on Tuesday. He finished with no walks or strikeouts. Kluber registered the loss as Tampa Bay was ultimately defeated in Los Angeles by a score of 12-0.
Kluber had allowed just one run over his last 12 innings but is now 1-2 with a 4.55 ERA. Through six starts, he owns a 8.19 K/9, 1.82 BB/9, 1.31 WHIP, and .282 OBA. At this point, he's one of the higher-regarded options on the waiver wire with the chance to be a legitimate asset down the stretch.
Tampa Bay Rays SP Corey Kluber went 6.0 innings striking out seven batters and allowing just three hits during a win over the A's 3-0.
Kluber was outright filthy on Wednesday recording seven strikeouts over six strong innings of work. Despite the numbers, he was unable to get the win but did well for fantasy managers regardless. The veteran's next chance to pitch likely comes next week as the Rays take on the Twins.
Corey Kluber allowed one run on one hit over six innings on Friday against the Twins. He struck out six and earned the win, moving to 1-1.
Kluber needed just 71 pitches to breeze through six innings, and the Rays were proactive about removing him before he could face the lineup for a third time. He had 11 whiffs and a 32% CSW rate, and mixed all four of his pitches beautifully. He's now down to a 3.05 ERA and 1.16 WHIP, and although the strikeouts aren't quite where fantasy managers want them to be, he's someone who needs to be in starting lineups regularly going forward. He will take on the A's in his next start.