German Márquez Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 1" / 230 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/22/1995 (26)
German Márquez Season Stats
Last 10 Games
German Márquez News
Colorado Rockies right-hander German Marquez earned the win on Sunday when he surrendered one run on four hits with a walk and six strikeouts across six innings in a 3-1 win over the Oakland Athletics. Marquez once again put up another sharp outing on Sunday. He didn't allow a run to come across the plate until the sixth inning when Sean Murphy knocked in Tony Kemp with an RBI double. He scattered four hits total with one walk over his six innings of work and struck out six. The 26-year-old hurler has now worked four straight quality starts and lowered his season ERA to a respectable 3.91 to go along with a 1.35 WHIP and 75:34 K/BB ratio over 71 1/3 innings (13 starts). He's got a tough matchup on the road in Cincinnati for his next start but he's built up some trust with fantasy managers over the last month.
Colorado Rockies right-hander German Marquez took a no-decision on Tuesday when he allowed just one run on two hits with two walks and seven strikeouts in a 3-2 win over the Rangers. This was an excellent start by Marquez, who's now notched three-straight quality starts. He held the Rangers down over his seven innings of work, allowing just four base-runners total. A Joey Gallo RBI groundout in the top of the fourth inning led to the Rangers' only run against him. The recent string of good starts has lowered Marquez's season ERA to a respectable 4.13 to go along with a 1.39 WHIP and 69:33 K/BB ratio over 65 1/3 innings (12 starts). He'll look to keep things rolling this weekend when he faces the A's at home.
Colorado Rockies starting pitcher German Marquez was masterful Thursday afternoon, throwing six innings of one-run ball on three hits and one walk with six strikeouts, but it wasn't enough to earn him a victory against the New York Mets. Marquez took the hard-luck loss in a 1-0 game to bring his record to 3-5 for the year. Marquez has not pitched up to the level fantasy managers have come to expect of him this year, with a 4.47 ERA, 1.49 WHIP, and 62 strikeouts in 58 1/3 innings, though he now has quality starts in his last two outings, and three of his last four. He'll look to keep the streak going in his next matchup early next week against the Texas Rangers.
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.