|2014 Season (CBSSports.com)||80.00||4.00||6.00||0.00||4.16||1.37||72.00||34.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs L.A. Angels|| 16.2||1||1|| 3.24||0||7||10|
|vs LHB|| 15.0||0||0|| 1.20||0||6||17|
|vs RHB|| 54.0||0||0|| 2.67||0||20||47|
|09/21/2014||Sonny Gray, SP OAK|
Rougned Odor, 2B TEX
|Drew Pomeranz, RP OAK|
Justin Upton, LF ATL
|09/15/2014||Drew Pomeranz, RP OAK||Max Scherzer, SP DET|
|09/13/2014||Jacob deGrom, SP NYM|
Drew Hutchison, SP TOR
|Brandon Belt, 1B SF|
Jesse Chavez, SP OAK
Drew Pomeranz, RP OAK
|Last 10 Games|
|Drew Pomeranz earns the no decision |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(9/20/14) Athletics pitcher Drew Pomeranz turned in a scoreless start Saturday against the Phillies.
Pomeranz allowed one hit over five scoreless innings. He struck out six and walked two during the outing. Pomeranz was masterful, giving up his only hit in the first inning. He actually loaded the bases during the frame after walking and hitting a batter with a pitch, but was able to get out of it. Pomeranz would settle in at that point, tossing three perfect innings. He allowed a walk in the fifth, but got out of it without giving up any runs. Pomeranz was pulled after throwing 86 pitches.
Pomeranz earned the no-decision for his performance. He’ll take on the Rangers if he gets another start.
|Drew Pomeranz to fill in for Jason Hammel Saturday |
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(9/16/14) Athletics pitcher Jason Hammel will miss Saturday's scheduled start due to the birth of his second child, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Drew Pomeranz will make a spot start in his place.
|Athletics add Drew Pomeranz, Nate Freiman back to roster |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(9/2/14) The Athletics recalled pitcher Drew Pomeranz and first baseman Nate Freiman Tuesday, as part of their expanded roster. Both players have been up and down with the team this season, including within the last week for both.
|Drew Pomeranz sent down following spot start |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(8/28/14) Athletics pitcher Drew Pomeranz was sent down to Class A Beloit Thursday, following his successful spot start Wednesday.
Pomeranz should be back in the majors after rosters expand, but there might not be an opening in the rotation for him. He could be used as a spot starter or reliever if he does get brought back to the majors in September.
|Drew Pomeranz better for tomorrow than today |
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(8/28/14) If you picked up Drew Pomeranz for his spot start Wednesday, he did exactly what you hoped he would. OK, so he fell short of a quality start, but for the 5 1/3 innings he pitched, he looked like the resurgent prospect who made eight starts for the Athletics in May and June -- the one who never should have lost his rotation spot in the first place -- allowing one unearned run on five hits with one walk and seven strikeouts.
Now if only he'd get the chance to do it again.
I'd put it at slim to none. The Athletics only gave him this start so they could line up their rotation exactly the way they want it for their upcoming series against the Angels. They don't have an opening for Pomeranz beyond that. Jason Hammel has bounced back after a rocky start with the Athletics, and they'd be crazy to go six-man after working all July to stockpile their rotation with established (not to mention front-line) innings eaters. In redraft leagues, he's probably a waste of time.
But in keeper leagues and particularly dynasty leagues, as I mention in my latest post to the Fantasy Baseball Today blog, you may not want to cut him loose just yet. Surely, he has the inside track on a starting job next year with Hammel and Jon Lester destined for free agency. Granted, Jarrod Parker and A.J. Griffin are due back from Tommy John surgery at some point, but he'll have established himself by then.
And if, either by sticking around or returning when the minor-league season ends in September, Pomeranz makes just one relief appearance before the end of the year, he'll be eligible at relief pitcher to begin 2015.
|When the Indians selected Drew Pomeranz with the fifth pick in the 2010 draft, the hype surrounding the left-handed pitching prospect was immense. Pomeranz was expected to quickly move through the minors and anchor the Indians' rotation for years to come. Funny how well-laid plans go awry. Pomeranz did quickly move through the minors and looked every bit as strong as the scouting reports indicated. Pomeranz, however, never pitched for the Indians, being dealt to Colorado in July 2011 as part of the Ubaldo Jimenez trade. Pomeranz struggled in his three seasons with the Rockies, bouncing between the minors and majors, going 4-14 with a 5.20 ERA and 1.54 WHIP for Colorado. Luckily for Pomeranz, his tumultuous tenure with the Rockies is over, as he was traded to Oakland in December for Brett Anderson. Pomeranz gets a fresh start with the A's, but he's likely ticketed for the minors until he proves his command issues are under control (4.6 BB/9 in MLB career). Pomeranz could be worth drafting and stashing in AL-only leagues in the hope the A's get him turned around.
(Updated 1/6/14) |
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|9/23/14||LAA||10:05 pm||Wade LeBlanc|
|9/24/14||LAA||3:35 pm||Hector Santiago|
|9/25/14||@ TEX||8:05 pm||Colby Lewis|
|9/26/14||@ TEX||8:05 pm||Nick Tepesch|
|9/27/14||@ TEX||8:05 pm||Derek Holland|
|9/28/14||@ TEX||3:05 pm||Nick Martinez|
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