Jonathan Loaisiga

Jonathan Loaisiga Fantasy

Healthy
1.333 322nd
2020
3 231st
BB9
2020
9 383rd
H9
2020
1.29 367th
HR9
2020
9 327th
SO9
2020
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Height / Weight
5' 11" / 165 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
11/2/1994 (25)
Experience
2
College
None

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Jonathan Loaisiga News

Jonathan Loaisiga Has Short Start On Sunday

New York Yankees pitcher Jonathan Loaisiga pitched just three innings in his first start of the year against the Washington Nationals on Sunday. He performed adequately, allowing just one earned run on two hits and a walk while striking out three. The only run came on a Trea Turner home run in the third inning. Loaisiga will likely head back to the bullpen once Masahiro Tanaka returns from the Injured List, which could be as soon as the next turn in the rotation. However, he could continue to receive spot starts throughout the year, which could give him some sneaky value in deep leagues if he's able to go deeper into games in future starts.

over 1 month ago
Jonathan Loaisiga Starting On Sunday

New York Yankees pitcher Jonathan Loaisiga will start for the team and throw around 50 pitches against the Nationals on Sunday. Loaisiga is starting in place of the recovering Masahiro Tanaka and is expected to return to the bullpen following Sundays start. Given his fairly restrictive best-case scenario pitch count, Loiaisiga isnt much of a factor in DFS play on Sunday. That being said, Chad Green and Tommy Kahnle will likely both pitch multiple innings, and Adam Ottavino should pitch in a close game, so all three of them may be worth rostering in relief-pitcher needy DFS lineups.

over 1 month ago
Jonathan Loaisiga Would Have Won Starting Job

New York Yankees pitcher Jonathan Loaisiga would have been the teams primary fifth starter had the season begun on time, according to pitching coach Matt Blake. Injuries and a Domingo German suspension left the Yankees with holes in their starting rotation, and a strong spring from Loaisiga had him in line to win a job in the rotation. A delayed season has allowed James Paxton(back) to get healthy and bump Loaisiga out of the rotation, though, so Loaisiga is now likely to be the next man up should the Yankees need another starting pitcher midseason. Loaisiga owns an unimpressive career 4.79 ERA, but a high 28.3% strikeout rate and strong spring training command (one walk over 10 innings) give the 25-year-old some upside and make him a potential DFS play if he starts.

5 months ago