Andres Munoz

Andres Munoz Fantasy

Out Elbow
1.174 164th
4.30 500th
6.26 82nd
0.78 119th
11.74 90th
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Height / Weight
6' 2" / 165 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
1/16/1999 (21)

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Andres Munoz News

Andres Munoz Undergoes Tommy John Surgery

San Diego Padres reliever Andres Munoz (elbow) underwent Tommy John surgery on Friday. Without daily news flow, this development comes as a surprise, but Munoz had encountered discomfort earlier in spring training. The 21-year-old debuted last season to a 3.91 ERA, 1.17 WHIP and 31 percent strikeout rate in 23 frames while averaging a whopping 100.2 MPH on his heater. He was expected to be a key setup man in 2020 prior to the surgery. With the season start date in doubt, it makes sense for Munoz to get a head start on his recovery. Fantasy drafters counting on him for strikeouts will need to wait until the middle of next year. Munozs absence gives a bump to fellow reliever Emilio Pagan, whos now the primary handcuff to closer Kirby Yates.

3 months ago
Andres Munoz Throws Simulated Game

San Diego Padres reliever Andres Munoz threw his first simulated game of the spring on Saturday. After fatigue derailed the end of a fantastic rookie season, Munoz is expected to throw another bullpen session on Tuesday with the hope of appearing in his first Spring Training game on Thursday. Munoz posted a 1.69 ERA through 20 MLB appearances in 2019 before allowing six runs over his final 1.2 innings to tarnish to final numbers in his rookie year. Munoz is expected to be a key part of the setup crew behind Kirby Yates and could be an excellent source of holds this season.

4 months ago
Andres Munoz Emerges As Fantasy Relief Option

Making his major league debut over the weekend, San Diego Padres reliever Andres Munoz recorded three strikeouts across 1 1/3 innings over two scoreless appearances. Signed out of Mexico in 2015, the 20-year-old Munoz has zipped through the minors, posting an absurd 14.6 K/9 across Double-A and Triple-A this season before the call-up. Munoz is a raw talent with a two-pitch repertoire but consistently breaches 100 MPH on his fastball. With the Padres bullpen in tatters, the Friars No. 18 prospect has a legitimate shot to establish himself in high-leverage situations. For fantasy managers looking for strikeout upside in deeper leagues or a future closer stash in dynasty leagues, Munoz could be the guy.

over 9 months ago

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