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Castillo had a rough outing against the Astros, allowing 5 earned runs on 8 hits and 1 walk over 6 innings.
Despite his solid season stats, he struggled in a crucial outing for the Mariners on Monday. Nonetheless, it's tough to argue with his 3.20 ERA and 20.9% K-BB% in 32 starts on the season.
Castillo turned in a dominant performance against the Athletics on Tuesday, allowing just two earned runs over seven innings while striking out eight batters to secure the win.
With this outing, Castillo continued his strong season, as he now boasts a 3.06 ERA across 31 starts. His impressive strikeout rate and solid strikeout-to-walk ratio further highlight his fantasy value. Despite the occasional hiccup, Castillo has proven to be a reliable option for fantasy managers and should be started with confidence moving forward.
Luis Castillo continued his strong season Wednesday, allowing just three hits and two earned runs over six innings while also racking up eight strikeouts.
With a 3.13 ERA, 1.05 WHIP, and 9.9 K/9 on the season, Castillo has firmly established himself as a reliable fantasy option down the stretch. His ability to consistently miss bats and limit baserunners should make him a valuable asset for fantasy managers in the final weeks of the season.
Luis Castillo continued his strong season, shutting down the Rays over six innings while allowing just four hits and four walks.
The right-hander showcased his strikeout ability, racking up eight punchouts in the contest. With this performance, Castillo now has 12 wins on the season to go along with a 3.13 ERA and a 1.05 WHIP. Fantasy managers can continue to rely on him as a reliable starter down the stretch.
Luis Castillo allowed five runs on eight hits across five innings on Saturday against the Mets.
It was a strong start to the outing for Castillo before allowing a pair of home runs in the last couple innings of his start. The home run ball has been his biggest trouble this season, but he has otherwise been outstanding.