Aaron Nola

Aaron Nola Fantasy

Probable Illness
1.265 236th
2019
3.56 384th
BB9
2019
7.83 226th
H9
2019
1.20 303rd
HR9
2019
10.19 197th
SO9
2019
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Height / Weight
6' 2" / 195 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
6/4/1993 (27)
Experience
5
College
Louisiana State

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Aaron Nola News

Aaron Nola Reports To Phillies Camp

Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Aaron Nola has reported to Phillies camp, according to Matt Breen. Nola was kept away from the team over the weekend per COVID-19 protocols, which caused speculation that he was one of the seven Phillies that tested positive, even though he was never placed on the COVID-19 injured list. He was at camp Monday, however, throwing a bullpen session, so it appears the Phillies ace passed whatever safety protocols needed to rejoin the team. Nola got off to a rough start last season but bounced back to finish with a 3.87 ERA in 202 1/3 innings while averaging a 10.2 K/9. Assuming he's healthy, Nola is worth drafting as an SP1 at his average draft position of 47th overall.

2 days ago
Aaron Nola Still Absent From Phillies Camp

Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Aaron Nola is not at Phillies Summer Camp, but has not been placed on the COVID-19 Injured List. Nola, as well as outfielder Adam Haseley and catcher Christian Bethancourt, are being kept away from the team amid COVID-19 protocols. The Phillies had seven players test positive for COVID-19 last week and have seven players missing from camp so it is easy to assume positive tests, though manager Joe Girardi warned that is not necessarily the case as players can be kept away if they show symptoms or contact tracing shows they have been near an infected person. The ace of the Phillies staff will almost certainly miss time early in the season if he must quarantine for two weeks rather than train with the team.

3 days ago
Aaron Nola Throws Bullpen

Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Aaron Nola threw a 35-40-pitch bullpen session Thursday morning and feels fine after battling an illness the past few days. Nola said he expected to start another Grapefruit League game before camp ends, but that is now up in the air with spring training suspended. Nola has thrown 200-plus innings each of the past two seasons and has averaged more than a strikeout per inning both seasons. He should be an ace for the Phillies and fantasy managers whenever the season begins, and he might come at a nice discount.

3 months ago