Chase Silseth Fantasy Stats

#63 SP  |  Los Angeles Angels
Healthy

Height / Weight 6'0"  /  217 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) May 18, 2000 (24)
Experience 3 seasons
College Arizona

Season Stats

SEASON TEAM POS GP GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG WHIP FPTS
2022LAASP77028.233212171224.2871.57046.9
2023LAASP168052.141262392656.2031.280158.3
2024LAASP2208.08763412.2421.50022.8
Career 25 17 0 89.0 82 54 50 19 42 92 1.393 228.1

Game Log

DATE TEAM OPP POS GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG WHIP FPTS
Apr 1, 2024LAAMIAP103.0543025.3332.3336.5
Apr 7, 2024LAABOSP105.0333327.1671.00016.2
Last 2 2 0 8.0 8 7 6 3 4 12 1.500 22.8

Angels Depth Chart

C

Logan O'Hoppe

Matt Thaiss

1B

Nolan Schanuel

Brandon Drury

Willie Calhoun

2B

Brandon Drury

Luis Guillorme

SS

Zach Neto

Luis Guillorme

3B

Anthony Rendon

Luis Rengifo

Luis Guillorme

Brandon Drury

LF

Taylor Ward

Kevin Pillar

Mickey Moniak

CF

Mickey Moniak

Kevin Pillar

Jo Adell

RF

Jo Adell

Mickey Moniak

Kevin Pillar

SP

Griffin Canning

Tyler Anderson

José Soriano

Kenny Rosenberg

RP

Matt Moore

Hunter Strickland

Ben Joyce

Hans Crouse

Chase Silseth News

Chase Silseth  • SP  •  Angels

Chase Silseth Has No Ligament Damage

An MRI on Los Angeles Angels right-hander Chase Silseth's right elbow has revealed inflammation but no ligament damage. The 23-year-old said he received a second opinion, but the doctors agreed on only inflammation, and he hopes to return to action in three weeks. It's certainly big news for everyone involved given the rash of elbow injuries across the league early in the 2024 season, while Silseth has seemingly avoided disaster after a solid debut season in 2023. Silseth had a 3.96 ERA across 16 outings (eight starts) with the Halos a season ago while also working to an impressive 2.96 ERA 11 starts with Triple-A Salt Lake. The youngster is worth a short-term injury stash in deeper leagues.
Apr 10   
Chase Silseth  • SP  •  Angels

Angels Place Chase Silseth On 15-Day Injured List

The Los Angeles Angels placed right-handers Chase Silseth (elbow) and Guillo Zuniga (pectoral) on the 15-day injured list on Monday and selected the contracts of right-handers Carson Fulmer and Hunter Strickland from the minors in corresponding moves. The club also designated infielder Livan Soto and right-hander Zach Plesac for assignment. Silseth is dealing with right-elbow inflammation, which could be part of the reason why he allowed six runs on eight hits while walking four and striking out 12 over eight innings in his first two starts of the year. With the 23-year-old out for at least the next two weeks, right-hander Jose Soriano will jump into the Halos' starting rotation and will make his first start of 2024 in a shy-away matchup on Wednesday against the Tampa Bay Rays. Soriano should only be added in AL-only leagues for pitching depth.
Apr 8   
Chase Silseth  • SP  •  Angels

Chase Silseth Ends Spring On High Note

Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Chase Silseth dominated his final start of the Cactus League on Tuesday versus the Los Angeles Dodgers. Silseth went five innings and allowed just two hits with two runs, no walks and 10 strikeouts. It was a very impressive outing for the 23-year-old against one of the top offenses in the league. For the spring, Silseth finishes with a 2.03 ERA and 15 strikeouts in 13 1/3 innings. Silseth split time between the bullpen and rotation in limited time last year with eight starts in 16 games and had a respectable 3.96 ERA. Silseth will look to build off his spring success and makes for a fine dart throw in deeper leagues.
Mar 27   
Chase Silseth  • SP  •  Angels

Chase Silseth Scheduled To Start On Friday

Los Angeles Angels right-hander Chase Silseth (concussion) was at Angel Stadium on Monday and is scheduled to return from the seven-day injured list to start on Friday, Sept. 29, against the Oakland Athletics. Silseth was hit on the head with an errant throw on Aug. 26 and had a 30-pitch minor-league rehab outing with Triple-A Salt Lake on Sept. 17, giving up two runs on three hits with two walks in one-third of an inning. He made a second rehab start on Sept. 22 and is now ready to rejoin the starting rotation for one last start in 2023. The 23-year-old will have an excellent matchup in his final appearance of the year, but he also might not be able to go very deep in the start, making him a pretty shaky streamer for those still in competition for a fantasy trophy.
Sep 27   
Chase Silseth  • SP  •  Angels

Chase Silseth Walks Four In Rehab Outing

Los Angeles Angels right-hander Chase Silseth (concussion) made his second minor-league rehab start on Friday for Triple-A Salt Lake and allowed no earned runs on two hits while walking four and striking out four in 3 1/3 innings of work. Silseth was hit on the head by an errant throw on Aug. 26 before landing on the seven-day concussion injured list. His first rehab outing saw him throw 30 pitches for Salt Lake on Sept. 17, giving up two runs on three hits while walking two in just one-third of an inning. If he bounces back well after his start on Friday, he could make one more start for the Angels in the big leagues before the season is over. The 23-year-old has a 4.10 ERA, 1.28 WHIP and 53 strikeouts in 15 outings (seven starts) for the Angels in 2023.
Sep 23   
Chase Silseth  • SP  •  Angels

Chase Silseth Still Working Through Discomfort

Los Angeles Angels manager Phil Nevin said that right-hander Chase Silseth (concussion) is still working through discomfort as he tries to return from a concussion. Silseth was hit in the head by an errant infield throw on Aug. 26 but avoided a serious injury. "He's good. Every once in a while, he'll feel a little something when he's throwing and he gets really built up," Nevin said. "But that's diminishing each day, which is comforting to us." The 23-year-old was hospitalized after the injury but was initially cleared for a concussion. With time running out in the 2023 regular season and the Angels now out of the playoff picture, it's very possible that Silseth won't pitch again this year.
Sep 6   
Chase Silseth  • SP  •  Angels

Chase Silseth Lands On Seven-Day Injured List

The Los Angeles Angels placed right-hander Chase Silseth (head) on the seven-day concussion injured list (retroactive to Aug. 27) on Tuesday and recalled left-hander Kenny Rosenberg from Triple-A Salt Lake in a corresponding move. Silseth took an errant throw to the head during his start on Saturday against the New York Mets. The 23-year-old had to be hospitalized but has since been released and was cleared for a concussion. He avoided a serious injury and should be ready to return to the team's starting rotation when he's eligible to be activated. Until he's able to return, the Halos will likely roll with a five-man rotation. Silseth has gone 4-1 on the year with a 4.10 ERA, 1.28 WHIP and 53 strikeouts in 48 1/3 innings over 15 appearances (seven starts).
Aug 29   
Chase Silseth  • SP  •  Angels

Chase Silseth Released From Hospital

Los Angeles Angels right-hander Chase Silseth (head), who was hit in the head by an errant throw on Saturday against the New York Mets, was evaluated at a local hospital in New York and was later released. He hasn't been placed on the injured list, but the Angels will continue to be cautious with him, as he's dealing with swelling and a headache. "He's got a pretty good lump on his noggin and a headache, but everything checked out well last night," manager Phil Nevin said. The 23-year-old had been pitching well since rejoining the starting rotation in mid-July, posting a 3.34 ERA in six starts with 38 strikeouts in 29 2/3 innings. He had tossed 3 1/3 scoreless innings against the Mets before a runner scored on the play in which he was hit in the head. If Silseth ends up missing time, the Angels could shift to a five-man rotation of Lucas Giolito, Patrick Sandoval, Reid Detmers, Tyler Anderson and Griffin Canning.
Aug 28   
Chase Silseth  • SP  •  Angels

Chase Silseth Removed From Saturday's Game

Los Angeles Angels right-hander Chase Silseth (head) was removed from Saturday's start versus the New York Mets after he was hit in the back of the head by a throw intended to go from first to third. The 23-year-old was down for several minutes before being helped off the field. He allowed two earned runs on two hits and two walks while striking out three over 3 1/3 innings before exiting. The right-hander owns a 4.10 ERA, 1.28 WHIP, and 53 strikeouts over 48 1/3 innings in 2023. Silseth will most likely undergo concussion testing and is considered day-to-day.
Aug 27   
Chase Silseth  • SP  •  Angels

Chase Silseth Strikes Out 12 Batters

Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Chase Silseth looked nearly unhittable during Sunday's game against the Seattle Mariners. The right-hander gave up a leadoff home run to J.P. Crawford in the first inning. After that, Silseth only made one more mistake to Teoscar Hernandez in the seventh inning. The right-hander finished with a career-high 12 strikeouts over seven innings of work on Sunday. He was handed a no-decision in what ended up being a loss for the Angels. He'll carry a 3.72 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and a 41/16 K/BB ratio into his next outing versus the Houston Astros.
Aug 6   
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