Jonathan Broxton

Jonathan Broxton

Height: 6' 4"Weight: 285 lbsAge: 33Bats: RThrows: RCountry: USA

Next Game

Strength of Schedule:
Draft Rank N/A
Best / Worst N/A / N/A




Yahoo RP
Jonathan Broxton released by St. Louis

Jonathan Broxton got released Wednesday by the Cardinals, who recalled John Gant to fill his space in the their pen.

Fantasy Impact

Broxton had been horrible out of the bullpen this year for the Cardinals and was in the last year of his contract.

Matthew Van Winkle28 weeks ago
Jonathan Broxton serves up two runs Tuesday

Jonathan Broxton pitched one inning, giving up two runs on four hits, while walking one and striking out two.

Fantasy Impact

Broxton just keeps giving up runs and yet, the Cardinals just keep throwing him out there. When is enough...... enough? Stay away from Broxton as he has no fantasy value.

Matthew Van Winkle28 weeks ago
Jonathan Broxton pitches spotless inning

Jonathan Broxton pitched one inning without allowing a run or a hit. Broxton also struck out two batters in the inning.

Fantasy Impact

Broxton has not pitched well for the Cardinals this year. Hopefully he can gain momentum from this outing. Until Broxton pitches more reliable he has no value. If he can put it together he could get 10 holds on the year and get some strikeouts for you in NL-only leagues.

Matthew Van Winkle29 weeks ago
Jonathan Broxton picks up loss against Dodgers

Jonathan Broxton pitched 2/3 of an inning surrendering one run on one hit while walking one and striking out one. Broxton received his first loss of the season.

Fantasy Impact

Broxton has pitched terribly so far this season and has no value. Even if he pulls it together, don't expect much in the way of chances for him to get holds.

Matthew Van Winkle29 weeks ago
Jonathan Broxton gives up two runs against Giants

Jonathan Broxton didn't record an out in his relief appearance against the Giants Friday night. He gave up two runs on two hits while walking none and striking out none.

Fantasy Impact

Broxton hadn't given up a run in seven straight appearances until Friday night, though his metrics are very deceiving. In his 15 appearances he had four outings in which he gave up all of his nine runs. His xFIP indicates that six of his appearances were excellent, two of them were average, and seven of them were awful. He only has one hold on the season and no wins. At this point he has no fantasy value unless he starts striking more batters out and gets more hold chances.

Matthew Van Winkle30 weeks ago