SP,RP - TB
Diego Castillo picked up his fourth save of the season in the Rays' 5-4 win over the Red Sox on Saturday.
Castillo now has four saves since August 26th. He has pitched very well this year but it remains tough to predict how many save chances he'll get moving forward. He should at least be rostered in leagues where saves are scarce.
Diego Castillo picked up his third save of the year on Monday against the Yankees, using 17 pitches to preserve the 5-3 victory.
Castillo now has three saves in the past week. Tampa Bay is known for mixing and matching in the ninth inning but they currently have a plethora of relievers on the injured list. Castillo is the best bet for saves moving forward.
Diego Castillo converted his second straight save chance as the Rays beat the Marlins 2-0 on Friday night.
Castillo allowed two baserunners but buckled down to preserve the shutout. The 26-year-old has been used in a variety of different roles this year, but with several key Tampa relievers currently hurt it looks like he could see some more opportunities in the coming weeks. Add him if you need saves.
Diego Castillo needed just 12 pitches to retire the side in the ninth inning on Wednesday against the Orioles, preserving a 4-3 Rays win and earning his first save of the year.
Incredibly, Castillo is now the 10th Ray to earn a save this season. The 26-year-old has been one of the team's best relievers all year, but he hadn't gotten an opportunity to work the ninth until Wednesday. Tampa Bay will continue to mix and match the rest of the way, but if you're desperate for saves you could do worse than betting on Castillo.
Diego Castillo picked up the win on Monday against Atlanta, striking out two in a scoreless inning.
Tyler Glasnow went just four innings in this one, which put Castillo in position for the victory. Castillo just returned from paternity leave but is evidently ready to rock and roll. He could also factor into the saves situation in Tampa if the Rays choose to once again mix and match late in games.