RP - BAL
Orioles reliever Dillon Tate allowed two earned runs on one hit and one walk while striking out two over 2 1/3 innings in Monday's loss to the Toronto Blue Jays.
Monday was Tate's first appearance of the season as he began the year on the injured list due to forearm soreness. He doesn't figure to be relevant in fantasy unless he pitches well enough to enter the conversation for high-leverage work.
Dillon Tate (forearm) is facing hitters and nearing a return from the 10-day injured list.
Tate landed on the injured list July 22nd with a forearm injury. He is facing hitters and is expected to return from the injured list soon. Tate has yet to pitch this season, and will come out of the bullpen once activated from the IL.
Dillon Tate has a forearm injury and still has not played catch, so he will likely be placed on the IL before Opening Day, per manager Brandon Hyde.
Tate is a top-30 prospect in the Orioles' system, but struggled in 21+ innings in the majors last year. He posted a 6.43 ERA with a 9.7% walk rate. He may develop to be a late-round flyer in fantasy in a few years.
Dillon Tate pitched the fifth and sixth innings Tuesday against the Braves, earning the win. He gave up one hit and struck out two in the victory.
Tate had a disastrous debut in 2019, sporting a 6.43 ERA over 21 innings. He is competing for a bullpen spot and some spot starts down the road, but won't be relevant in fantasy leagues.