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Jose Suarez (4-2) didn't give up a run on three hits, two walks, and four strikeouts over five innings pitched in Sunday's win over the Mariners.
After a disappointing three-inning outing his last time on the mound, Suarez rebounded nicely on Sunday en route to his fourth win of the 2021 campaign. Suarez could still work on his control, throwing a first pitch strike to just 13 of the 20 batters he faced while also walking two batters. However, he now carries a 2.04 ERA and a 1.19 WHIP, which is fantastic for an Angels' team that is struggling to find consistent starting pitching. Suarez will take some much-needed rest heading into the All Star break.
Angels' SP Jose Suarez (3-2) gave up two earned runs on three hits and four walks while striking out just three batters en route to a 5-4 loss to the Red Sox on Monday.
Suarez seemed unable to find consistent control throughout Monday's game, throwing 75 pitches in just three innings of work. His four walks are the most he's surrendered in a single game all season, which was quite surprising considering he walked five batters throughout the entire month of June. Suarez will look to bounce back when he faces off against the Mariners.
Jose Suarez (3-1) gave up just one earned run on two hits and one walk while striking out five over 5.1 innings pitched in Monday's win over the Yankees.
Suarez took over for Dylan Bundy, who had to be removed from the game after vomiting behind the mound due to heat exhaustion. Suarez was very impressive on Monday, surrendering just two hits over his 5.1 innings of work. He now owns a 1.98 ERA and a 1.10 WHIP on the year, and there is speculation that Suarez may be next in line for a rotation spot if he keeps pitching the way he has in June. The Halos face the Yankees once again on Tuesday.
Jose Suarez (1-0) gave up one earned run on five hits, three walks, and one strikeout over four innings pitched en route to his first win of the 2021 season on Monday.
Suarez came into the game in relief of Junior Guerra, who left the game after giving up three runs in just one inning of work. The one run allowed following Guerra's exit turned out to be the difference between a win for the Halos and a possible loss. Nonetheless, Suarez remains off of the fantasy radar for the time being.
Jose Suarez pitched 1.1 innings and allowed five runs on five hits and one walk in Thursday's 10-5 loss to the Giants.
Suarez got his first start of the year and really laid an egg, finishing with an awful 33.75 ERA. Suarez was a full-time starter last year, pitching 15 games. He finished the 2019 season with a 7.11 ERA and K:BB ratio of 2.2. He's not someone you should think about adding to your fantasy roster.