RP - BAL
Paul Fry allowed one hit during a scoreless ninth inning to earn the save Saturday against the Blue Jays. He did not have a strikeout or a walk.
Fry picked up his third save of the season. The Orioles seem to rotate pitchers in the closer role and it is hard to own anyone of them. Fry is worth grabbing in deeper fantasy formats where fantasy owners are desperate for saves.
Paul Fry tossed a perfect ninth inning against the Blue Jays on Friday for his second save of the season.
Fry picked up his first save back in April as the 26-year-old reliever does not see many opportunities. Fry has a 4.41 ERA and 1.24 WHIP on the season with the two saves and seven holds but it remains to see if he gets another shot closing and for now should be on fantasy owners watchlist.
Paul Fry recorded a one-out save in the Orioles' win over the Yankees on Sunday. Fry came in to protect a two-run lead, with the tying runs on base in the ninth inning after Mychal Givens failed to record the final out,
Fry comes into the season in a set-up role for the Orioles but with the team going closer by committee the lefty could see himself in save situations. It is doubtful that Fry gets many opportunities and is more valuable in leagues that count holds and saves.
Paul Fry allowed one run in one inning against the Yankees on Friday. Fry allowed one walk and one hit and didn't record a strike out.
Fry has a 3.73 ERA with a 1.47 WHIP on the year. However, it's been a tough month for Fry, he has an ERA of 6.43 and a 2.29 WHIP. At this stage of the fantasy season, Fry should not be owned.
Paul Fry lasted just 1/3 of an inning on Tuesday against Toronto. Fry allowed one unearned run, gave up a hit and walked one.
Fry's ERA on the year is a 3.56, which as a standalone is fine. It's his 1.45 WHIP and .261 BAA that remain concerning. He has no fantasy value at this time.