Roto Riteup: August 15, 2022

If you want to do something right, you have to do it yourself.

Within the agenda:

  1. quick beats
  2. Various news and notes
  3. running pitchers

quick beats

Nick Snzel He left Sunday’s game with a tight hamstring. He is expected to miss on Monday, but it is a precautionary step. Take it day in and day out for now.

Ramon Laureano left Sunday’s game with side pain. Laureano fell while trying to play on the field in the first half, but the injury appears to have occurred later in the game while at one of the bats. Take it day in and day out for now.

Louis Gillorm Sunday’s game left with a tight groin. Take it day by day at this time.

Luis Garcia He is expected to be placed on the IL with inflammation of the groin. There is no timetable for his return.

Various news and notes

Drew Rasmussen He threw 8.1 innings against the Orioles, allowing one hit run and no walk while hitting seven in the win.

Rasmussen entered the ninth game with a perfect match, but it was broken up Jorge Mateo With double to lead the half. He’s been fantastic this season, but the Rays have tied him up in matches at times in order to maintain his level of performance in hopes of being available for post-season. While this was a great start, I don’t think that fact will change which limits his rise.

Bryce Elder He threw seven innings against the Marlins, allowing one of them to run three hits and walk while hitting 10.

Elder was great, especially with the slider that has 33% CSW. Elder got away with a few bugs, but he did enough against a poor lineup of MArlins to post a great streak. He was selected to return to AAA, but should return at some point below the stretch as the Braves look for ways to reduce the other bowler’s workloads.

According to multiple reports, CJ Abrams It is expected that he will be summoned by the citizens. Abrams was one of the centerpieces of the Soto trade, so he had a big shoe to fill. In a limited time this year with Padres, he struggled, hitting .232/.285/.320. However, he has dominated the AAA this season and is only 21 years old. There are a lot of positives, so he should capture them in most forms moving forward.
Brady Singer He threw six goal-free innings against the Dodgers, allowing one hit and three walks while hitting seven.

Singer was sloppy again, with both the slider and snorkel recording impressive whiff rates. Singer has mostly made him work as a two-player. He had not started as he had gone fewer than six rounds since the beginning of July and had only once allowed four rounds at any of those outings. Singer is starting to take the next step in development and if he can make the change a little more, he can really take off.

Flowing pitchers (<50% at CBS)

jug of the day: James Caprilian in TEX

Caprilian has put in a good show recently and has a good match.

High risk options: Madison Baumgarner in SF, Aaron Ceval in DET, Glen Otto against OAK, Kyle Pradesh in TOR.

jug for tomorrow: Jose Suarez vs. SEA

It sounds risky, but Suarez has been great lately.

High risk options: Justin Steel in WAS, Edward Cabrera against SD, Zack Greene in MIN, Mitch Keeler vs BOS, JB Sears in TEX, Ryan Baby in MIL.

For those of you who would like to know how these shots work, I have a document that I put together to track stats from recommended shooters. It does not include “high-risk options”.

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