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Mar 30, 2023 6.0 1 0 3.00 23.5

Fantasy Stats

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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 23.523.5 6.0 1 5 3.00 0.83
2022 31610.2 181.7 9 13 150 63 5.00 1.37
2021 38712.1 180.0 12 11 176 64 4.40 1.27
3y Avg. 286.511.5 147.7 8 10 133 51 4.51 1.31
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Fantasy News

  • Rockies' German Marquez: Earns Opening Day win

    Marquez (1-0) earned the win Thursday, allowing two runs on five hits and no walks over six innings in a 7-2 victory over San Diego. He struck out five. Marquez quieted an intimidating Padres lineup, allowing just five hits. Though three of those knocks went for extra bases, Marquez was able to get through six frames having yielded just a pair of runs. The right-hander threw 57 of 87 pitches for strikes and carried over the momentum from a strong spring during which he allowed just one run over 17 frames. Marquez's Opening Day performance may have fantasy managers feeling intrigued, but it's worth remembering that he posted an ugly 6.70 ERA on his home field last season.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Earns Opening Day nod

    Marquez has been announced as the Rockies' Opening Day starter, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports. Marquez will take the ball March 30 at Petco Park against the Padres. The right-hander is looking for a bounce-back showing in 2023 after he posted a disappointing 4.90 ERA and 1.37 WHIP across 181.2 innings in 2022.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Sharp in second spring appearance

    Marquez allowed two hits and struck out seven with no walks across four scoreless innings in Tuesday's Cactus League game against the Cubs. The outing was Marquez's second start of the spring, and he managed to double his workload. He now has thrown six scoreless innings while racking up an impressive 9:1 K:BB during the exhibition season. Marquez struggled to an ugly 4.90 ERA and 1.37 WHIP across 181.2 innings in 2022, but he's still a lock for the Colorado rotation and should account for plenty of innings if he can remain healthy.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Making spring debut Saturday

    Marquez (hamstring) is set to make his Cactus League debut Saturday against the Mariners, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports. He'll do so in a piggyback role after Saturday's starter Kyle Freeland, which is fairly custom in spring training games. Marquez tweaked his left hamstring in mid-February and had to bow out of the World Baseball Classic, but all signs point to him being fully cleared for the beginning of the 2023 regular season.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Completes BP session

    Marquez (hamstring) threw a two-inning live batting practice Tuesday, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports. Marquez has been dealing with soreness in his left hamstring, but after facing hitters Tuesday, the right-hander could be ready for Cactus League action "within days." At this point, Marquez looks in little danger of missing any time during the regular season, but fantasy managers will want to keep track of his progress over the next few weeks of spring training.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Slated for live batting practice

    Marquez (hamstring) will throw live batting practice Saturday, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports. Marquez came into camp with a sore left hamstring, but he's been going through workouts the last several days with no issues and is now ready to test things out against hitters. The veteran right-hander will probably need another week or so before he's ready for game action.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Feels good after jogging Monday

    Marquez (hamstring) did some jogging Monday and felt good, Patrick Lyons of TheDNVR.com reports. Marquez suffered a left hamstring strain just before arriving to Rockies camp in Arizona, but he made it through a bullpen session without issue over the weekend and appears to be catching back up rather quickly. All current indications suggest that he will be ready for the beginning of the 2023 regular season. Look for him to begin pitching in Cactus League games around early-to-mid March.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Completes side session

    Marquez (hamstring) completed a bullpen session Sunday, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports. Though Marquez opted out of pitching for the Venezuelan team in the World Baseball Classic after experiencing a sore left hamstring shortly after reporting to Rockies camp, his ability to resume throwing off a mound suggests the injury won't do much to derail his preparation for the 2023 season. The Rockies could continue to take things slowly with Marquez in the spring as a precaution, but once he's cleared to pitch in the Cactus League or in an intrasquad game, he can probably be considered good to go for Opening Day. Despite coming off a down 2022 campaign in which he turned in a 4.95 ERA and 1.37 WHIP over 181.2 innings, Marquez likely still profiles as the Rockies' top starting pitcher from a fantasy perspective.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Does light running

    Marquez (hamstring) did some light running Saturday, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports. Marquez is dealing with a minor hamstring issue which prevented him from joining Venezuela's roster for the first round of the World Baseball Classic. He has plenty of time to be ready by Opening Day, however, and he hasn't even been ruled out for subsequent stages of the international tournament.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Out for WBC with hamstring injury

    Marquez will no longer pitch for his native Venezuela in the World Baseball Classic after tweaking his left hamstring, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports. The good news is that while Marquez will hold off throwing bullpen sessions for a bit, the injury is not expected to affect his availability for Opening Day. Marquez is coming off a disappointing 2022 season for the Rockies, having posted a 4.95 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 150:63 K:BB over 181.2 innings.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Fans eight in win

    Marquez (9-13) earned the win during Sunday's 4-1 victory over the Dodgers, allowing one run on one hit and three walks with eight strikeouts in six innings. Marquez was provided an early lead and surrendered his lone run in the third inning on a Cody Bellinger sacrifice fly following a walk and single. The 27-year-old induced an impressive 14 swinging strikes on 86 pitches en route to a season-high eight strikeouts while his 71 game score represented his third-best mark. Marquez concludes the campaign with an even 5.00 ERA and 1.37 WHIP with 150 strikeouts in 181.2 innings across 31 starts.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Takes loss despite quality start

    Marquez (8-13) took the loss during Tuesday's 5-2 defeat at the hands of the Giants, allowing three runs on six hits and one walk with six strikeouts in six innings. Marquez was handed a one-run lead before he took the mound but gave it right back by surrendering two runs on four baserunners in the bottom of the first. He proceeded to keep San Francisco's offense quiet aside from a J.D. Davis solo home run in the fourth, though the three earned runs proved enough to hand the 27-year-old his third straight loss. Other than a nine-run outing Sept. 9, Marquez has pitched well of late with a 2.81 ERA across 32 innings in his five other most recent starts. He possesses a 5.12 ERA and 1.39 WHIP with 142 strikeouts in 175.2 innings in total this season.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Struggles in loss

    Marquez (8-12) took the loss on Wednesday against the Giants, allowing four runs (three earned) on nine hits over five innings. He struck out six and also walked a batter. Marquez got himself into trouble early and often, giving up a leadoff double to LaMonte Wade in the first, who came around to score the game's first run. The right-hander would then allow the leadoff man to reach base in three of the next four innings. September hasn't been kind to Marquez as he now holds a 6.26 ERA through four starts this month.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Takes tough-luck loss

    Marquez (8-11) allowed two earned runs on six hits and two walks while striking out four across seven innings to take the loss Friday against the Cubs. Marquez was undone by Zach McKinstry, who led off the game with a triple before scoring and also slugged a solo home run in the fifth frame. However, Marquez was excellent otherwise, holding the Cubs without an extra-base hit while also inducing 15 swinging strikes on 95 total pitches. Across 82.1 innings on the road this season, Marquez has maintained a 3.50 ERA -- though that has come with a 56:35 K:BB.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Torched for nine in no-decision

    Marquez gave up nine earned runs on seven hits and three walks while striking out two over four-plus innings in a 13-10 win over the Diamondbacks. He did not factor into the decision. Marquez came into the fifth inning having only given up one run, but things quickly unraveled in the thin Colorado air. Ultimately, Marquez would be tagged for eight earned runs in the inning, spurred by a bases-loaded four pitch walk to Ketel Marte and then a grand slam by Dalton Varsho after Marquez was pulled from the game without recording an out in the inning. Marquez is yet to find consistent success in the majors and now carries a 5.25 ERA in 27 starts this season. He is tentatively expected to make his next turn in the rotation at the Cubs.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Picks up win Sunday

    Marquez (8-10) allowed two runs on three hits and three walks while striking out four in seven innings to earn the win over the Reds during the first game of Sunday's doubleheader. Marquez has now posted quality starts in five of his last six outings, but Sunday's win was just the second that he's earned across that span. He was particularly efficient during Sunday's matinee, as he required just 87 pitches to get through seven innings. The right-hander has posted a 3.55 ERA in 38 innings over his last six starts, and he tentatively lines up to make his next turn through the rotation at home against the Diamondbacks next weekend.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Start postponed

    Marquez is no longer starting Saturday against the Reds as the game has been postponed due to rain. After a long delay, the game was ultimately postponed. It will be made up Sunday as part of a traditional doubleheader, and Marquez figures to move back to start one end of the twin bill in Cincinnati. Marquez has turned in quality starts in each of his last four turns away from Coors Field.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Dominant performance in win

    Marquez (7-10) earned the win Sunday, throwing seven shutout innings against the Mets. He walked two and struck out five. Marquez outdueled Max Scherzer as he held a strong Mets lineup to just three baserunners all afternoon to earn his seventh win. His season-long numbers still leave much to be desired, as the scoreless effort was just his second to date. However, Sunday's start was his 10th straight of six or more innings, seven of which have been quality starts. He could be valuable for fantasy managers seeking pitching down the stretch, especially on the road, where he had a 4.11 ERA entering Sunday compared to a 6.09 mark at Coors Field.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Pounded for six runs

    Marquez gave up six earned runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out seven over six innings in a 7-6 victory over the Rangers on Tuesday. He did not factor into the decision. Marquez got off to a rough start, giving up two home runs in the first inning to Marcus Semien and Nathaniel Lowe. The Rangers later added to their offensive outburst in the fifth to tag Marquez for six total runs. The 27-year-old right-hander has a 4.88 ERA over four starts in August and a season-long WHIP of 1.43. Marquez has given up a ton of hard contact this year and his hard-hit rate allowed is in the second percentile according to Baseball Savant. He will look to earn his seventh win of the 2022 campaign in his next expected start at the Mets.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Sleeper pitchers for Week 21 (Aug. 22-28)

    Marquez has rebounded from a disastrous first three months with six quality starts in his past seven chances, good for a 3.30 ERA. If you're looking to maximize volume in a points league, he's certainly usable in a two-start week. but the matchups (Rangers at home and Mets on the road) are less than inviting.
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