RP - LAA
Angels reliever Ty Buttrey yielded two earned runs on three hits in just 2/3 of an inning during Sunday's loss to the Rangers. Buttrey served up solo home runs to Rougned Odor and Derek Dietrich and did not record a strikeout.
Buttrey is no longer in the saves conversation for the Angels and now is the owner of a 6.04 ERA with only 17 K's in 25.1 innings this season. He can safely be ignored in all fantasy leagues.
One night after suffering a blown save at Coors Field, Angels reliever Ty Buttrey bounced back with a scoreless inning tonight and picked up his second win of the season (2-3).
Buttrey continues to pitch in high-leverage situations for the Halos - albeit ineffectively (5.79 ERA) - and could be first in line for the next save opportunity in this unsettled bullpen.
Angels reliever Ty Buttrey was called on for a save opportunity on Friday night with the Angels leading 4-3 entering the bottom of the ninth inning. After inducing a fly-out to Matt Kemp, Buttrey served up a game-tying solo home run to Ryan McMahon. Buttrey then gave up a double and an intentional walk before being removed from the game. The Angels would lose three batters later on a walk-off grand slam by Charlie Blackmon.
Buttrey suffered his fourth blown save of the season, falling to 1-3, and watching his ERA climb to 6.04 in the process after being charged with three earned runs on Friday night. Buttrey has now given up 3 ER in three of his past six appearances and can not be relied upon by the Angels or fantasy owners at this juncture.
Ty Buttrey gave up three runs while recording just one out in Friday's game against the Astros.
Buttrey has now given up a combined six runs in his past two outings. Felix Pena got the most recent save for the Angels and could be the reliever to own here moving forward. Buttrey wasn't charged with a blown save on Friday.
Ty Buttrey pitched 2.0 innings allowing zero baserunners and logging one strikeout while picking up the save in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Athletics.
Buttrey picked up his third save of the season. Over his last seven appearances, he has only allowed five baserunners and hasn't given up a single run. He seems to be locked in as the Angels' closer going forward.