|2014 Season (CBSSports.com)||150.00||7.00||9.00||0.00||3.90||1.38||102.00||53.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Washington|| 7.0||0||0|| 5.14||0||1||5|
|vs LHB|| 9.1||0||0|| 1.93||0||3||7|
|vs RHB|| 20.0||0||0|| 7.65||0||4||13|
|12/27/2014||Robert Stephenson, SP CIN||Andrew Heaney, SP LAA|
|12/24/2014||Billy Hamilton, CF CIN|
Andrew Cashner, SP SD
|Carlos Santana, 1B CLE|
Aaron Sanchez, RP TOR
Andrew Heaney, SP LAA
|12/24/2014||James Shields, SP KC|
Matt Holliday, LF STL
|Andrew Heaney, SP LAA|
Eddie Butler, SP COL
|Last 10 Games|
Dodgers pick up Howie Kendrick from Angels
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
|(12/11/14) The Dodgers have traded pitcher Andrew Heaney to the Angels for second baseman Howie Kendrick, confirms CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. Ken Gurnick of MLB.com was the first to report Kendrick would be going to the Dodgers.
The Dodgers acquired Heaney earlier on Wednesday in a six player deal with Miami. Once that trade was processed, the team dealt the 23-year-old pitcher to the Angels for Kendrick. Kendrick, 31, hit .293/.347/.397 over 617 at-bats last year. Kendrick is owed just under $10 million, and is entering the final year of his contract.
Heaney appeared in seven games for the Marlins last year, including five starts. He posted a 5.83 ERA over 29 1/3 innings. He was considered a top-20 prospect entering last season, according to MLB.com.
Report: Marlins/Dodgers discussing Gordon for Heaney swap
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
|(12/10/14) The Marlins and Dodgers are in "serious talks" about a deal involving Dee Gordon and Andrew Heaney, according to ESPN.
The 26-year-old Gordon hit .289/.326/.378 over 609 at-bats last season. Gordon is entering his first season of arbitration, and wouldn't become a free-agent until after the 2019 season. The 23-year-old Heaney got his first taste of the majors last year. He posted a 5.83 ERA over seven appearances. Heaney made five starts. It's possible other players are involved in the trade discussions.
Andrew Heaney not to be ignored
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
|(9/3/14) Let's face it: Even if he did inherit a rotation spot, Andrew Heaney probably wouldn't be your first choice to add off the waiver wire in standard mixed leagues given the way he performed with the big club just before the All-Star break and with Triple-A New Orleans thereafter. But any time a prospect of his caliber has a shot at regular playing time, it's worth noting in all Fantasy formats.
And as I pointed out in my latest post to the Fantasy Baseball Today blog, Henderson Alvarez's strained oblique gives Heaney that shot.
His numbers in the PCL wouldn't suggest he's a finished product, but it is a hitter's league. Generally speaking, he throws strikes and misses bats, which is exactly what you want to see from a young left-hander, but he's already thrown about 60 more innings than he had all of last year.
If I was looking to add a starting pitcher who was just called up for September, I'd go for Taijuan Walker before I went for Heaney, but that doesn't mean Heaney is someone to ignore.
Marlins add four from Triple-A
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
|(9/2/14) The Marlins added four players from Triple-A New Orleans Tuesday, as part of September roster expansion.
The Marlins recalled pitchers Anthony DeSclafani and Andrew Heaney , along with infielders Jusin Bour and Enrique Hernandez , the team announced.
Not too late for Andrew Heaney to contribute in '14
|by Al Melchior | Data Analyst|
|(8/26/14) With the expansion of major league rosters less than a week away, the focus of many Fantasy owners is on potential pickups among the September callups. There could be some big names, like Joc Pederson, Francisco Lindor, Archie Bradley, and eventually, Rusney Castillo, coming up, but the one who could make the biggest impact is Andrew Heaney.
Unlike the aforementioned prospects, Heaney has already made his major league debut, and his four-start stint this summer with the Marlins was less than auspicious. His July return to Triple-A didn't go all that smoothly either, but in August, the southpaw has gotten back on track. In five starts this month, Heaney has held opponents to a .198 batting average while striking out 30 batters and walking 10 over 28 2/3 innings.
Though his 3.77 ERA for the month may not look all that impressive, a sub-4.00 ERA in the Pacific Coast League deserves notice. So does a 1.80 ground-out-to-air-out ratio (per MinorLeagueBaseball.com), which has helped Heaney to allow just two home runs this month.
Given the recent struggles of Nathan Eovaldi and Brad Hand in the Marlins' rotation, there would seem to be an opportunity for Heaney to get another chance at the major league level. Given his recent body of work in the minors, he just might stand a better chance at succeeding this time around.
|2014 Summary: Andrew Heaney was one of the more highly anticipated prospect callups last season, but his brief tenure with the Marlins was a disappointing one. His debut was a quality start against the Mets, but after three straight sub-quality outings, he was dispatched to Triple-A New Orleans. Heaney wasn't seen again in the majors until September, when he made two relief appearances and a spot start. He was 0-3 with a 5.83 ERA for Miami, but his work in the minors left a much better impression. Heaney went 9-6 with a 3.28 ERA and a 9.4 K/9 ratio, splitting time between New Orleans and Double-A Jacksonville. The lefty also made waves at the Winter Meetings getting traded twice in the same evening, first from the Marlins to the Dodgers, and then from the Dodgers to the Angels .|
Playing time status: Heaney could open the season at the back end of the Angels' rotation. Even if he spends more time in Triple-A, he should be up with the big club at some point this season.
2015 Outlook: The 23-year-old shouldn't be as homer-prone as he was in his first year in the majors (six home runs allowed in 29 1/3 innings) and could also provide a boost in ERA and WHIP. Heaney is a worthwhile use of a late-round pick in standard mixed leagues.
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|3/5/15||MIL||3:10 pm|| |
|3/6/15||COL||3:10 pm|| |
|3/7/15||@ OAK||3:05 pm|| |
|3/8/15||KC||4:10 pm|| |
|3/9/15||@ CIN||4:05 pm|| |
|3/10/15||TEX||4:10 pm|| |
|3/11/15||@ ARI||4:00 pm|| |
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