SP - CWS
Dallas Keuchel pitched to one batter in the second inning, but failed to record an out. In turn, he exited the outing pitching just one inning, allowing six runs (five earned) on seven hits and one walk. He also struck out one batter.
Keuchel simply did not have his best stuff on Friday and it resulted in a quick hook from White Sox manager Tony La Russa. Keuchel can't be started anywhere in fantasy, even as a desperate option.
Dallas Keuchel pitched five innings on Saturday, allowing six earned runs on nine hits and two walks. He also struck out three batters.
Keuchel shouldn't be started in any fantasy leagues due to how he routinely gets taken out after five innings and doesn't prevent runs well enough to warrant starts. His next start will come against Toronto late next week.
Dallas Keuchel went five innings on Monday, allowing just two earned runs on five hits and two walks while striking out two batters.
Keuchel now has an ERA of 4.48 on the year and while starts like these are solid, he simply can't be used in fantasy. With low strikeout numbers and a lack of innings pitched to subsidize that, Keuchel is best left on the bench and should only start for desperate teams.
Dallas Keuchel pitched a total of six innings on Tuesday, allowing four earned runs on four hits and four walks, striking out just one.
Keuchel simply doesn't do enough to warrant fantasy usage. His ERA is at 4.51 and he doesn't strike out a lot of batters to make up for it.
Dallas Keuchel went six innings on Thursday, allowing two earned runs on three hits and three walks while striking out five.
Keuchel truly got the the short end of the stick in this one, as the White Sox batters struggled to convert with runners in scoring position all game and in turn costed them the game. Keuchel now has an ERA of 4.44 on the year and shouldn't be near fantasy lineups.