RP,SP - TOR
Nate Pearson allowed a hit and two walks with two strikeouts in two innings to earn the win in Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader versus Baltimore.
Pearson picked up his first win of the year. The 25-year-old right-hander has made five appearances on the season and has allowed seven runs (six earned) across 7 1/3 innings with a 7:7 K:BB. Look for Pearson to stay in a relief role and does not have much fantasy value for managers this year.
The Blue Jays are recalling top prospect RHP Nate Pearson.
The plan is for Pearson to pitch out of the bullpen down the stretch. He has struggled with injuries and ineffectiveness over the past two seasons, but he's still viewed as a consensus top 100 prospect in baseball. Pearson is worth adding in leagues that count saves and holds as there's a chance he could work his way into a late-inning role during Toronto's playoff push.
Blue Jays prospect RHP Nate Pearson (groin) will pitch for Triple-A Buffalo on Saturday.
Pearson is working his way back from a sports hernia. This will be his first action in an affiliated game since June 16th. The plan is for Pearson to join the Jays as a reliever down the stretch.
Blue Jays pitching prospect Nate Pearson (groin) will pitch in a minor league rehab game for Triple-A Buffalo on Saturday.
Toronto is bringing back Pearson as a reliever this season since there isn't time to stretch him out as a starter. The young righty has had a difficult couple of years, but he remains a pitcher to be excited about in dynasty leagues.
Blue Jays prospect RHP Nate Pearson (groin) threw a simulated game recently.
Pearson is currently on the minor league injured list due to a sports hernia, but he's making progress towards a return. The Blue Jays are hoping to have him available out of the bullpen down the stretch this year.