RP,SP - BOS
Garrett Richards will be available in Boston's bullpen during their Wednesday game versus the Rays.
Richards hasn't had the best year in Boston's rotation. He's carrying a 5.22 ERA and a 1.65 WHIP through 22 starts for Boston. There's a decent chance he remains in the bullpen for the rest of the season.
Garrett Richards went five innings, allowed six hits, three earned runs, and struck out two on Sunday. He took the no-decision in this contest.
Richards has been very inconsistent here in 2021. He was amazing in the early goings, but has been brutal ever since. Last night, was a decent start by all things considered. But one has to think his starting role is still on thin ice here in 2021.
Garrett Richards went four innings, allowing five hits, three earned runs, and struck out five in Tuesday’s loss.
Richards has shown a real inability to go deep into games. His rotation spot going forward is in real jeopardy. He can be dropped in most leagues, and should only be used as a streamer in plus matchups going forward.
Garrett Richards pitched the first game of a double header on Wednesday and took the loss. He went four innings, allowed eight hits, four earned runs, and allowed two home runs.
Richards has struggled mightily as of late. After a promising start to 2021, he now owns a 5.15 ERA. He is now droppable pretty much everywhere. His rotation spot is in serious jeopardy the rest of the way.
Garrett Richards improved to 6-5 on Wednesday in Buffalo, allowing four runs on four hits over 5 2/3 innings.
Richards struck out five and walked just one in the outing. He was done in by allowing three homers, but he looked as good as he has since the sticky stuff crackdown. Richards draws the Blue Jays again next week, but he still isn't a streaming option for fantasy purposes.