Andrew Heaney

Andrew Heaney Fantasy

Healthy
1.149 180th
2020
2.44 160th
BB9
2020
7.90 280th
H9
2020
0.86 252nd
HR9
2020
9.62 272nd
SO9
2020
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Height / Weight
6' 2" / 200 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
6/5/1991 (29)
Experience
6
College
Oklahoma State

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Andrew Heaney News

Andrew Heaney Posting 2.84 ERA This Month

Los Angeles Angels starter Andrew Heaney is trying to finish up his season strong and is posting a 2.84 ERA in the month of September. Heaney has talented stuff but his inconsistencies have continued this season. The big left-handed starter is posting a solid 9.48 K/9 rate this season but also endured a five-start stretch of posting a 5.27 ERA and a 1.39 WHIP. The Angels have long thought that Heaney could be a top of the rotation starter but his potential has failed to turn into consistent results. Heaney should have 1-2 more opportunities on the mound to head into the offseason on a high note.

5 days ago
Andrew Heaney Looks To Turn The Tide

Los Angeles Angels starter Andrew Heaney will take the bump on Friday night against the A's. After a solid couple of starts to begin the season, Heaney has fallen apart over the last three starts. The big left-handed pitcher currently is posting a 6.86 ERA in the month of August with a 1.63 WHIP. Heaney has really struggled working through trouble in the fourth inning, posting a 9.53 ERA during that specific frame. The 29-year-old has a 9.51 K/9 rate but continues to disappoint, making him a less than attractive fantasy option at present.

25 days ago
Andrew Heaney Eyes Continued Success Sunday

Los Angeles Angels left-handed pitcher Andrew Heaney has gotten off to a strong start to the 2020 year with a 2.35 ERA across his first three starts. But a deeper Statcast dig indicates that unless he begins limiting hard contact, his ERA might begin to trend more toward the 4.37 career mark that he has established. Batters are hammering the ball at a 47.4% Hard Hit rate, and of the 46 four-seam fastballs that he has thrown (90.6 MPH average velocity), not one has been swung at and missed. Fortunately for the southpaw, he starts Sunday against Texas at Globe Life Field, which has proven to be a pitchers paradise in a small sample size. Rangers batters are delivering just a .591 OPS at the park, the second-lowest team mark at home in the Majors.

over 1 month ago