Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
l
Losses
sv
Saves
so
Strikeouts
bb
Base on Balls (Walk)
era
Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 -8-8 0.3 2 108.00 12.00
2022 0.50.5 1.0 1 1 9.00 2.00
3y Avg. -3-3 0.3 0 1 54.00 6.00

Fantasy News

  • Diamondbacks' Jose Castillo: Gets MiLB deal from Arizona

    Castillo agreed to a minor-league contract with the Diamondbacks on Monday. Castillo has been given an invitation to the major-league side of spring training. The 27-year-old left-hander spent nearly all of 2023 at the Triple-A level, posting a 7.65 ERA and 48:24 K:BB over 37.2 frames. He boasts a 55:16 K:BB over 40.1 career innings in the majors.
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  • Marlins' Jose Castillo: Outrighted to Triple-A

    Castillo was outrighted Thursday to Triple-A Jacksonville, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Castillo passed through waivers unclaimed after getting pushed off the Marlins' 40-man roster. Acquired from the Padres last month in exchange for cash considerations, the 27-year-old lefty reliever has made only three appearances in the majors since the end of his promising 2018 season in San Diego.
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  • Marlins' Jose Castillo: Traded to Miami

    Miami acquired Castillo from the Padres on Tuesday for cash considerations and optioned him to Triple-A Jacksonville. Castillo was designated for assignment by San Diego last week, having been lit up for four earned runs while recording only one out in his lone major-league appearance of the season back on July 4. The 27-year-old left-hander hasn't had success at the MLB level since 2018.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Designated for assignment

    Castillo was designated for assignment Thursday. With Robert Suarez (elbow) coming off the 60-day injured list, Castillo was deemed the odd man out. He gave up four runs while recording one out in his lone MLB appearance and has a 9.82 ERA over 18.1 frames in the minors.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Sent back to Triple-A

    Castillo was optioned to Triple-A El Paso on Friday, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Castillo made his season debut with the Padres this past Tuesday against the Angels and was charged with four earned runs while recording only one out. He missed the first three months of the year with a shoulder injury and doesn't seem to be fully back into form.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Recalled from Triple-A

    San Diego recalled Castillo from Triple-A El Paso on Tuesday. Castillo missed the first several weeks of the 2023 season due to a shoulder injury and had struggled to an 8.44 ERA in 16 innings at the Triple-A level, but the Padres need fresh options in their bullpen for this final stretch of games before the All-Star break.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Cleared for rehab assignment

    Castillo (shoulder) is set to begin a rehab assignment Tuesday with Triple-A El Paso, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Castillo landed on the injured list before the start of the regular season after battling left shoulder discomfort in the final few weeks of spring training. If all goes well from here, he could be an option for the Padres' bullpen sometime next week.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Throws bullpen session

    Castillo (shoulder) threw a bullpen session Saturday, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports. Castillo was shut down in mid-March due to left shoulder discomfort, but the shutdown didn't last too long. He won't be ramped up by Opening Day, but he may not miss too much time.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Shut down with shoulder issue

    Manager Bob Melvin said Thursday that Castillo is currently shut down from throwing due to left shoulder discomfort, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports. Castillo has made just two appearances in the Cactus League this spring, and the last one was March 3. Given that Opening Day is now only two weeks away, the 27-year-old reliever seems likely to begin the 2023 regular season on the injured list.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Sent back down

    Castillo was optioned to Triple-A El Paso on Friday. Castillo was called up by the Padres on Tuesday and allowed a run on a hit and a walk while striking out one in a relief inning Wednesday against the Guardians. However, he'll head back to the minors as part of a move after Yu Darvish was reinstated from the paternity list.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Joining big-league club

    Castillo was recalled from Triple-A El Paso on Tuesday. The 26-year-old hasn't pitched in the majors since 2019 due to numerous injuries but will join the Friars on Tuesday with Yu Darvish placed on the paternity list. Castillo has a 2.08 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 45:14 K:BB across 34.2 innings with El Paso this year.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Back with Triple-A club

    Castillo (elbow) has allowed one hit and no walks while striking out two over 2.2 scoreless innings across three appearances with Triple-A El Paso since being activated from the 7-day injured list May 10. Castillo opened the season on El Paso's injured list while working his way back from March 2021 Tommy John surgery, but he proved his health during a recent five-game rehab assignment at Single-A Lake Elsinore. The 26-year-old lefty could eventually earn a call-up to the San Diego bullpen now that he's healthy again.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Signs minor-league contract

    Castillo (elbow) signed a minor-league contract with the Padres on Sunday that includes an invite to major-league spring training. Castillo underwent Tommy John surgery in March of 2021 and was cut loose by the Padres in late November. While he likely won't be cleared for game action by the start of the regular season, he'll get to rehab with the big-league squad this spring.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Requires Tommy John surgery

    Castillo has been diagnosed with a UCL tear that will require Tommy John surgery, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports. Castillo suffered a setback while throwing his first live bullpen session of the year Tuesday, and he'll miss the entire 2021 campaign after being diagnosed with a torn UCL. The southpaw has dealt with various injuries in recent years and will now face a lengthy recovery process going forward.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Suffers setback in live BP session

    Castillo's (lat) first live bullpen session of spring training concluded early Tuesday after he appeared to experience discomfort, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. The exact source of Castillo's discomfort isn't known, but he's most likely dealing with a setback related to the left lat/forearm injuries that have sidelined him for the majority of the past two seasons. Despite Castillo's shaky health track record, the Padres recognized enough potential in the reliever to tender him a contract for 2021, hoping he could reemerge as an impact contributor in the middle or late innings. The Padres will presumably evaluate Castillo over the next few days before more information on his latest injury becomes available, but even a minor setback could keep him on the shelf to begin the season.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Likely to ramp up slowly in spring

    Castillo is throwing regular bullpen sessions but will "take it slowly" during spring training, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports. Castillo has thrown only two-thirds of an inning since his debut 2018 campaign due to a variety of injuries, so it's logical that the Padres will not rush him back into action. That said, manager Jayce Tingler described Castillo as "full-go," so the left-hander could play a key role in the team's bullpen if he's able to stay healthy.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Healthy heading into 2021

    The Padres reinstated Castillo (lat) from the 45-day injured list Nov. 2. According to Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune, the Padres declared Castillo healthy heading into the winter after he was limited to just one appearance with the big club over the past two seasons while missing time with a torn ligament in a finger on his left hand and a strained left flexor tendon. When he was last healthy in 2018, Castillo was a key bullpen piece for San Diego, delivering a 3.29 ERA, 0.91 WHIP and 52 strikeouts in 38.1 innings. If he can avoid any further setbacks this spring, Castillo could break camp as one of the Padres' top setup options.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Transferred to 45-day IL

    Castillo (lat) was transferred to the 45-day injured list Friday. Castillo has been on the injured list with a Grade 2 lat strain since July 23, and the procedural move of transferring him to the 45-day IL will free up a spot on the 40-man roster. The southpaw could still potentially return during the 2020 campaign, but a timetable hasn't been established.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Progressing well in recovery

    Castillo (lat) is feeling much better as he continues to recover, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports. Castillo has been sidelined since early July with a lat strain, but manager Jayce Tingler provided an encouraging update on his status Monday. The southpaw still hasn't resumed throwing off a mound, but Tingler said that he remains optimistic that Castillo will be able to pitch for the Padres later in the season.
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  • Padres' Jose Castillo: Moved to IL

    Castillo (lat) was placed on the 10-day injured list Wednesday. Castillo was diagnosed with a Grade 2 lat strain July 9 and was subsequently projected to miss six weeks, so a move to the injured list was inevitable. While a return during the 2020 season isn't out of the question, the severity of the injury leaves Castillo's status for the campaign in doubt.
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