Dallas Keuchel Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 2" / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/1/1988 (33)
Dallas Keuchel Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Dallas Keuchel News
Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Dallas Keuchel recorded a no-decision on Tuesday versus the Detroit Tigers. The veteran went five innings and allowed 11 hits, two runs, one walk and struck out two on the evening. The lefty has had a very rough year on the mound and is 8-9 with an ugly 5.18 ERA in 30 starts. Keuchel can be avoided in all formats and is scheduled to face the Cleveland Indians on Sunday.
Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Dallas Keuchel tossed a quality start in Wednesday's no-decision versus the Los Angeles Angels. The veteran went six innings and allowed six hits, two runs, five walks and struck out three on the evening. The five walks weren't ideal, but it was nice to see the big hurler finally go deep into a game. Keuchel has really struggled this season and is 8-9 with a 5.23 ERA. Next up for the lefty will be a matchup versus the Detroit Tigers on Monday. Even in a favorable matchup, Keuchel should be avoided in all formats.
Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Dallas Keuchel had another rough outing in Friday's loss versus the Kansas City Royals. The lefty went three innings and allowed seven hits, six runs (five earned), two walks and struck out one on the evening. The former Cy Young winner has really been in a decline this season and has now allowed 18 runs (16 earned) over his last three starts. Keuchel is now 8-8 with a 5.22 ERA. Next up is a matchup versus the Oakland Athletics on Thursday. The veteran should be left on the waiver wire in all formats moving forward.
Dallas Keuchel had a great first year with the White Sox, going 6-2 with a 1.99 ERA over 63 1/3 IP. Unfortunately, no pitcher is due for more negative regression. His 3.98 xFIP was nearly two full runs higher than his ERA, and Baseball Savant's expected ERA metric liked him even less at 4.39. Lest you think some sort of contact suppression was in play, his xBA of .282 was much higher than his .218 average against. Likewise, his .397 xSLG was 100 points higher than his actual .286 mark. He also finished the campaign with zero DFS, suggesting that Keuchel is no longer the defensive standout he once was. Keuchel appeared to change his pitch mix to get more strikeouts, most notably throwing more cutters (20.2% in 2019, 29.7% last year) at the expense of his signature sinker (48.9% to 33.1%). It didn't work, as Keuchel's 16.3 K% was as low as it typically is. Furthermore, Keuchel's cutter only posted a 28.8 GB% against his sinker's 62.4%. What we have here is a former Gold Glover who has become a neutral defender, a ground ball specialist pitching away from grounders, and one of the most fortunate pitchers in the league. His ADP of 195.78 isn't expensive, and yet you're still better off rolling the dice on somebody with upside.