SP - TEX
In Friday's 5-4 win against the Astros, Kyle Cody limited the Astros to one earned run. He tossed five innings while allowing three hits, one earned run, three walks, and one strikeout.
In back to back games, Cody reached the five-inning mark and allowed one earned run in each start. On the season, he has a 1.59 ERA, 1.24 WHIP, and 18 strikeouts in 22.2 innings.
On Sunday, Kyle Cody threw five innings with three hits, one earned run, zero walks, and five strikeouts in the 7-2 win against the Angels. He received his first win on the season.
Cody was extremely efficient and threw only 61 pitches in this start. This was the first time he reached five innings in seven appearances. He has pitched fairly well with 17 strikeouts, a 1.53 ERA, and 1.25 WHIP in 17.2 innings.
Kyle Cody threw three innings and allowed four hits, one earned run, and two walks with one strikeout. He allowed a home run to George Springer in the first inning.
The Rangers used Cody in an opener role over the last three games. He is not fantasy-relevant at this point in the season.
Kyle Cody allowed three hits, one earned run, three walks, and three strikeouts in 2.1 innings. He didn't factor in the decision although the Rangers beat the Angels in a 7-3 win on Wednesday.
It appears the Rangers used Cody in an opener role on Wednesday. Although Cody has a 0.93 ERA and 11 strikeouts in 9.2 innings, he isn't worth a roster spot in fantasy leagues.
Kyle Cody threw three innings while allowing one hit, one run, two walks, and two strikeouts in Friday's 6-3 loss to the Mariners. After four appearances this season, it was Cody's first start.
Before 2020, Kyle Cody missed the entire 2019 season due to Tommy John surgery. He hadn't pitched since 2018 in rookie ball. Before that, the highest level Cody reached was High-A.