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Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.0 0.00 0.00
2022 17410.9 72.7 4 4 110 19 3.10 1.09
2021 2387.9 129.7 8 9 150 41 5.83 1.32
3y Avg. 1869.8 89.7 5 5 110 26 4.72 1.23
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  • Rangers' Andrew Heaney: Throws final spring game

    Heaney allowed five runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out three over 4.2 innings in Friday's spring start against the Cubs. This was Heaney's final Cactus League outing, and the left-hander admitted to not being at his best, per Kennedi Landry of Heaney worked this spring to incorporate his changeup -- an offering he threw just 5.1 percent of the time in 2022. The goal is to have a third pitch to play off his fastball/slider mix. The 31-year-old finished the spring with a 6.75 ERA and 1.92 WHIP over 12 innings. Perhaps tinkering with the changeup played a role in those numbers. Heaney is expected to start the Rangers' fifth game of the season, facing the Orioles on April 4.
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  • Rangers' Andrew Heaney: Throws in minor-league game

    Heaney allowed a solo home run and struck out eight over five innings in a game against minor leaguers Friday, Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports. Heaney increased his innings count during what has been a good week for Texas starting pitching. Both Nathan Eovaldi and Jacob deGrom returned to the spring rotation after missing time due to side injuries. Jon Gray threw four shutout innings Thursday before Eovaldi's 3.1 scoreless Friday, and Martin Perez helped Venezuela eliminate the favored Dominican Republic in the WBC. Heaney should take up residence somewhere in the top three spots and could be an option for Opening Day given the delays experienced by deGrom and Eovaldi.
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  • Rangers' Andrew Heaney: Gets up and down three times

    Heaney allowed two runs on four hits and one walk while striking out five over 2.2 innings in Sunday's spring start against the Mariners. Heaney worked around a pair of hits in two scoreless innings before Seattle got to him in the third. He was pulled with two outs in the inning but came back out to start the fourth, giving him another chance to move from the bench to the mound. After hitting the first batter in the fourth, his day was done. He made working on his changeup a priority in his third Cactus League start, per Kevin Sherrington of the Dallas Morning News. Heaney will get another three appearances in preparation for the regular season. The left-hander has allowed four runs on nine hits and four walks while striking out 11 over 7.1 spring innings.
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  • Rangers' Andrew Heaney: Gives up two HRs in debut

    Heaney allowed two runs on three hits and two walks while striking out two over 1.2 innings in Wednesday's spring game against the Dodgers. Heaney, making his spring and team debut after signing with the Rangers in the offseason, found himself in 2-0 hole against leadoff batter Mookie Betts, who drilled a middle-middle fastball over the fence in left field. "I don't want to start my first game of spring training going 3-0 on a guy or nibbling," Heaney told Kennedi Landry of "So I was like, 'I'm just gonna kind of throw it at him down the middle.' And he hit it out." The other run against him was a solo home run by Jason Heyward. Both the left-hander and Rangers manager Bruce Bochy looked beyond the results and understood early spring outings are for getting work in and staying healthy. Bochy noted Heaney threw his off-speed pitches well.
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  • Rangers' Andrew Heaney: Deal with Texas announced

    Heaney's signing of a two-year, $25 million contract with the Rangers was formally announced by the team Friday. Heaney reportedly turned down more money from other clubs in order to sign with Texas, which is close to his native Oklahoma. With the help of a new slider, the left-hander tallied a 3.10 ERA, 1.09 WHIP and 110:19 K:BB ratio over 72.2 innings for the Dodgers in 2022. Heaney will remain a major health risk in 2023 but should be useful in fantasy leagues when on the mound.
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  • Rangers' Andrew Heaney: Inks deal with Rangers

    Heaney signed a two-year, $25 million deal with the Rangers on Tuesday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. Heaney missed significant time but posted a 3.10 ERA and 1.09 WHIP with the Dodgers in 2022 -- career bests in both categories. If Heaney can maintain anything close to the 13.6 K/9 he recorded last season, there is still upside with the 31-year-old lefty.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Heaney: Suffers relief loss

    Heaney (4-4) took the loss during Tuesday's 5-2 defeat at the hands of the Rockies, allowing three runs on five hits while striking out seven in four relief innings. Heaney entered a tie game in the sixth inning and went the distance, surrendering a Randal Grichuk two-run home run in the seventh and another run on two hits in the ninth in the process. The poor showing continued a recent feast-or-famine trend for the 31-year-old, as he's now held the opposition to no more than one run or permitted at least three runs three times apiece in his last six appearances. Heaney concludes an injury-plagued 2022 with a 3.10 ERA and 1.09 WHIP with 110 strikeouts in 72.2 innings across 14 starts and 16 games.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Heaney: Set to pitch in relief Tuesday

    Heaney is slated to pitch behind starter Julio Urias during Tuesday's game against the Rockies, Matthew Moreno of reports. Heaney served as a primary pitcher Thursday against the Padres and earned the win by allowing three hits and a walk while striking out six over four scoreless innings. Manager Dave Roberts hopes that Urias and Heaney will be able to handle the entire game Tuesday, so each pitcher should have a sizable workload as long as they can limit the Rockies' offensive production.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Heaney: Finds success as primary pitcher

    Heaney (4-3) earned the win Thursday over the Padres. He allowed three hits and a walk while striking out six over four scoreless innings. Heaney entered the game with the Dodgers trailing, but they pulled ahead in the sixth inning before he was removed. The southpaw threw 44 of 69 pitches for strikes as he prepares for what's likely to be a bullpen role in the playoffs. The 31-year-old trimmed his ERA to 2.88 with a 1.08 WHIP and 103:19 K:BB through 68.2 innings across 15 appearances this year. The Dodgers announced their rotation plans for a six-game series against the Rockies to close out the year, and Heaney was not expected to start any of them, so he's likely to operate as a long reliever going forward, though he could step in for a spot start if plans change.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Heaney: Set to follow opener

    Manager Dave Roberts said Heaney is likely to follow a yet-to-be named opener Thursday against the Padres, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports. Heaney has started in all 14 of his appearances for the Dodgers this season, but he'll follow an opener Thursday in preparation for his role for the playoffs. The left-hander has a 3.06 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 97:18 K:BB across 64.2 innings this season, though it appears he's behind Clayton Kershaw, Julio Urias, Tyler Anderson and Tony Gonsolin (forearm) in the pecking order for the postseason rotation.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Heaney: Handed third loss

    Heaney (3-3) took the loss during Friday's 11-0 defeat at the hands of the Cardinals, allowing four runs on four hits and two walks with five strikeouts in 3.2 innings. Heaney navigated the first two frames unscathed but surrendered a two-run Albert Pujols homer in the third and was yanked after permitting two, two-out baserunners in the fourth --- both of whom came around to score on another Pujols long ball. That's now two subpar starts in four turns this month for the 31-year-old, who's permitted 11 runs in 18 innings during the stretch. Additionally, Heaney's surpassed five innings only once in 11 starts since returning from a shoulder injury in late July. He carries a 3.06 ERA into his next start, tentatively slated to come next weekend against Colorado.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Heaney: Strikes out eight in no-decision

    Heaney allowed two hits and a walk while striking out eight over four scoreless innings versus the Giants on Sunday. He did not factor into the decision. Heaney threw just 65 pitches (44 strikes) in the outing, which was his shortest since Aug. 13. Despite the short start, he was able to tally eight strikes for the fifth time in his last six starts, and he kept runs off the board for the first time since July 27. The southpaw now has a 2.66 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 92:16 K:BB through 61 innings across 13 starts this season. He's projected for a home start versus the Cardinals in his next start.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Heaney: Earns third win

    Heaney (3-2) earned the win during Sunday's 11-2 victory over San Diego, allowing two runs (one earned) on three hits and two walks with six strikeouts in five innings. Heaney fell behind early, surrendering a Jake Cronenworth solo home run in the second inning and an unearned run following an error in the third, but Los Angeles rallied with 11 unanswered runs to put him in line for the victory. The 31-year-old held the opposition under two earned runs for the first time in six turns, though he matched a season high by issuing three free passes. Heaney carries a 2.84 ERA and 1.07 WHIP into his next start, projected to come next weekend in San Francisco.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Heaney: Starting Monday

    Heaney will start Monday against the Giants, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. Heaney doesn't have the best health track record, so when it was announced that he was no longer the scheduled starter Sunday against the Padres, it looked potentially concerning. As it turns out, the Dodgers simply wanted to give their rotation some extra rest, so Ryan Pepiot will be called up to start Sunday while Heaney and the rest of the rotation get pushed back a day.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Heaney: Won't start Sunday

    Heaney won't start Sunday's game against the Padres, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Heaney was initially listed as the projected starter for Sunday's matchup, but it's not yet clear who will take the mound for the series finale against San Diego. It's not known whether Heaney is dealing with an injury or when he'll make his next start.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Heaney: Notches eight punchouts

    Heaney did not factor into the decision Tuesday against the Mets, allowing three runs (two earned) on seven hits. He struck out eight and did not allow a walk. While he allowed seven hits over five innings, Heaney did not allow a free pass and thus limited the damage to three runs. In his 10 starts, the southpaw has recorded a sizzling 13.5 K/9 but has reached six innings only twice. Heaney now owns a strong 2.12 ERA and 1.05 WHIP.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Heaney: Fans 10 again in win

    Heaney (2-1) earned the win over Milwaukee on Wednesday, pitching six innings and allowing two runs on four hits and one walk while striking out 10 batters. Heaney fell behind early after giving up a first-inning solo homer to Willy Adames, but the lefty hurler surrendered just one more run after that. He racked up 20 swinging strikes and finished with 10 punchouts for the second straight game. Heaney struggled despite the big strikeout total in his previous outing, but he registered one of his strongest starts of the campaign Wednesday. The veteran appears to have unlocked his best stuff since joining Los Angeles in the offseason -- through 41.2 innings, he's posted a 1.94 ERA and a 62:12 K:BB. His ability to remain healthy remains a question mark, however.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Heaney: Strikes out 10, allows three homers

    Heaney (1-1) allowed five runs (three earned) on five hits and one walk while striking out 10 to take the loss Thursday against the Brewers. Heaney had a mixed performance. He struck out double-digit batters for the second time in a start this season, and he backed that with 19 swinging strikes across 89 total pitches. However, the lefty also served up three home runs despite entering the contest having given up only one long ball across 31 innings for the campaign. Overall he owns a 1.77 ERA and 52:11 K:BB across 35.2 frames this year.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Heaney: Cleared to start Thursday

    Heaney (arm) is listed as the Dodgers' scheduled starter for Thursday's series finale in Milwaukee. As anticipated, Heaney won't be forced to miss a turn through the rotation after he exited his most recent start Saturday against the Rockies when he took a line drive off his left arm. He escaped with nothing more than a bruise to his pitching arm, and he's apparently been able to resume throwing without any discomfort. Though injuries have limited Heaney to just seven starts this season, he's been dominant when available, as he's produced a 1.16 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 42:10 K:BB across 31 innings.
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  • Dodgers' Andrew Heaney: Expected to make next start

    Heaney is expected to make his next start after exiting Saturday's game against the Royals with a bruise on his left arm, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Heaney exited Saturday's start after three innings due to taking a liner off his arm. However, he appears to have avoided a serious injury and remains in line to make his next start -- currently projected to come next week at Milwaukee. Heaney allowed two runs on three hits and struck out five without walking a batter before his early exit.
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