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Logan Allen is reportedly headed to the Indians as part of a three-way trade between the Padres, Indians, and Reds.
Allen was not impressive in his stint with the Padres this season, pitching to a 6.75 ERA with fewer than five strikeouts per nine innings. The move to the American League only further depresses Allen's value which, for redraft leagues, was practically nothing anyway. Fantasy owners can ignore Allen, even in AL-only leagues.
Logan Allen suffered his second loss of the season on Tuesday in Miami, giving up a whopping seven runs on seven hits in just 2 1/3 innings pitched.
Allen walked three and didn't strike out anyone in the miserable outing. The rookie southpaw entered 2019 with a little bit of prospect buzz but now owns a 7.08 ERA through five big league starts. His next start, if he makes it, will come against the Cubs this weekend.
Logan Allen took the loss on Monday versus the Giants, getting charged for six runs on seven hits through four innings of work.
This was a bit of a bummer as Allen had allowed just two runs through his first two big league starts, and it was a promising matchup. The lefty struck out three and walked two and now owns a 4.24 ERA through three big league outings this year. He gets the Dodgers on Sunday and fantasy owners might want to sit him for that one.
Logan Allen improved to 2-0 on Tuesday in Baltimore, spinning six innings of two-run ball while working around eight hits and two walks.
Allen struck out five as the Padres went on to win this one 8-3. The 22-year-old wasn't as good as his first big league start versus the Braves, but he was still plenty effective. Allen has now given up just two runs through 13 innings on the year. He will be a streaming option next time out versus the Giants.
Logan Allen earned the win in his first ever big league start versus the Brewers on Tuesday, spinning seven scoreless innings while striking out five.
Allen allowed just three hits and two walks in the outing, which the Padres went on to win 4-1. Things couldn't have started much better for the 22-year-old, who came into the game ranked as the 61st best prospect in baseball. He should be added in deeper leagues for now, though fantasy players in 12-team leagues might want to make sure he's getting another start before picking him up.