Carlos Estévez Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 6" / 277 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 12/28/1992 (30)
Carlos Estévez Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Carlos Estévez News
Los Angeles Angels closer Carlos Estevez was unable to close out the Tampa Bay Rays on Thursday, taking the loss and the blown save in a 5-4 defeat. Estevez was tasked with holding onto a one-run lead, but he wasn't able to convert as he allowed two runs on four hits and a walk over IP. Estevez has been good for the most part this year, but he has been prone to blow-ups on occasion. The righty has allowed either zero or two-plus runs in every outing since the start of August. That is definitely not ideal for managers who need ratio help. He will likely close out the season as the Angels closer, but what happens next year is up in the air.
Los Angeles Angels reliever Carlos Estevez logged his 30th save of the season as his team beat the Guardians 2-1 on Sunday. Estevez entered the contest in the ninth frame with a one-run lead. He would proceed to retire Gabriel Arias and Bo Naylor. To close out the game, the right-hander would get Will Brennan to ground out to short. In 2023, the 30-year-old has successfully logged 30 saves on 33 opportunities while posting a 3.41 ERA in 56 innings of work.
Los Angeles Angels reliever Carlos Estevez recorded the save during Wednesday's 10-8 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies, pitching a perfect ninth inning while striking out a pair. It was his 29th save of the season, and he also owns a 3.33 ERA and 1.43 WHIP with 67 strikeouts across 54 innings of work. Estevez doesn't have much competition for the closer role and will continue to receive the majority of save situations. Fantasy managers can start the 30-year-old in all standard formats.
Relief pitcher Carlos Estevez joined the Los Angeles Angels in free agency in the offseason on a two-year, $13.5 million deal after spending six years with the Colorado Rockies. He went 4-4 in 2022 with a career-best 3.47 ERA (4.08 FIP), 1.17 WHIP, two saves, 23 walks and 54 strikeouts in 57 relief innings. The 30-year-old right-hander could be the favorite for save chances in his new digs, but his lack of control and strikeouts don't give him a ton of fantasy upside on an Angles team that isn't expected to be in contention in 2023. Estevez gets up to the high-90s with his fastball and should benefit from the move away from hitter-friendly Coors Field. He's worth a look at the end of deep-mixed drafts for saves, but he could be involved in a committee approach to the ninth inning with Jimmy Herget and Ryan Tepera.