Germán Márquez Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 1" / 230 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/22/1995 (27)
Germán Márquez Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Germán Márquez News
Colorado Rockies starting pitcher German Marquez picked up his first win of the season on Saturday as his club handily defeated the Royals 10-4. The right-hander logged a quality start by allowing three runs on three hits and a walk through six innings, while recording six strikeouts in the process. All the damage against him came in the third frame which was highlighted by a Salvador Perez two-run bomb. After an impressive first start of the season, Marquez has struggled mightily to a 6.16 ERA, 1.53 WHIP, and a 32/11 K/BB through seven starts and 38 IP on the year. He's generally been an unpredictable pitcher, but managers should err on the side of caution with an upcoming home start versus the Mets next weekend.
Colorado Rockies starting pitcher German Marquez took the loss on Monday as he allowed four runs on six hits with two walks and four strikeouts over five innings in a 5-4 loss to the Washington Nationals. Marquez was looking good through the first three innings before falling apart in the fourth. He served up three runs in that frame and Juan Soto followed that up with an RBI groundout in the fifth. The Rockies didn't provide enough run support--they didn't even score a run until after Marquez exited the game--and he was saddled with the loss. The 26-year-old really faded down the stretch, notching just one quality start over his last seven outings. He'll have one more shot to right the ship on Sunday against the Diamondbacks on the road. He'll carry a 4.40 ERA, 1.27 WHIP, and 176:64 K/BB ratio over 180 innings (32) starts into that one.
Colorado Rockies starting pitcher German Marquez took a no-decision on Wednesday when he allowed five runs on six hits with four walks and four strikeouts in a 10-5 win over the Dodgers. This wasn't a good start for Marquez, who lacked control and efficiency. He managed to make it through three-inning without allowing a run before running into trouble in the fourth. He surrendered three runs in the fourth inning and two in the fifth before getting yanked. Marquez has largely struggled since the All-Star break and has just two quality starts in his last eight. The 26-year-old owns a 4.32 ERA, 1.26 WHIP, and 172:62 K/BB ratio over 175 innings (31 starts). He'll take on the Nationals at home in his next start.
You know what you get with Marquez. You can stream him on the road with some good results, and you will still have to steer clear of most of his home starts. Last season he fashioned a 5.68 road ERA with a 2.06 mark at home. He had a .371 BABIP at home compared to .234 on the road. There has always been a significant difference in such regards. What was more concerning was Marquez's K% dropping to 21.2. It has fallen in each of the past three seasons, alarmingly down from 28.2% in 2018. There was no major change in his arsenal, as Marquez just threw the slider a bit less and the changeup a little more. There were noticeable variations in his velocity, either. His ERA of 3.75 and xFIP of 3.83 suggested no outliers, either. So Marquez will continue to be what you expect him to be. He will be the No. 1 starter in a weak MLB rotation and viable for usage depending on the venue he is working in, no surprises there. His ADP of 170 may be a bit high for a player you will leave on your bench at times.