Pablo López Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 4" / 225 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/7/1996 (26)
Pablo López Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Pablo López News
According to a tweet from The New York Post's Jon Heyman on Tuesday, Miami Marlins starting pitcher Pablo Lopez is reportedly available via trade. Heyman tweeted the following: "Biggest name hear available in trade so far is Marlins pitcher Pablo Lopez. Fish need hitters! Came close to dealing him to Yankees at deadline in a Gleyber Torres deal." Lopez made 32 starts for the Marlins last season, pitching to a 3.75 ERA and a 3.71 FIP in 180 innings. Elsewhere, he logged 174 strikeouts in those 810 innings while surrendering just 53 walks and accumulating 10 pitcher wins.
Miami Marlins starting pitcher Pablo Lopez reached double-digit wins Tuesday, notching his 10th victory with six solid innings against the New York Mets. Lopez allowed three runs on five hits and no walks in the 6-4 win, but his only real mistake was giving up a home run to Pete Alonso. Lopez now has a 10-10 record with a 3.90 ERA, a 1.18 WHIP, and 167 strikeouts in 173 innings. Expectations were higher for Lopez this year, and he has not quite had the season fantasy managers were hoping for. There's a high likelihood he will begin 2023 in a different uniform.
Miami Marlins right-hander Pablo Lopez pitched well enough to get a win on Tuesday against the Chicago Cubs, but he ended up with a no-decision in a close, 2-1 loss. In 6 2/3 frames, Lopez allowed just one earned run on five hits (one solo homer) while walking none and striking out six. The 26-year-old Venezuelan is 9-10 on the season with a 3.88 ERA (3.77 FIP), a 1.19 WHIP, a career-high 162 strikeouts and 50 walks in 167 innings over 30 starts. Lopez hasn't been nearly as good in the second half of the season, but the good news is he's allowed two earned runs or fewer in three of his four starts in the final month of the season.
Miami Marlins starting pitcher Pablo Lopez was on his way to another solid season in 2021 before it was cut short in July. A rotator cuff strain in his pitching arm forced him to the 10-day IL and then a setback during rehab eventually resulted in a move to the 60-day IL. It was an unfortunate turn of events for Lopez and fantasy stakeholders, as he posted a solid 3.07 ERA and 1.12 WHIP and was a mid-rotation anchor for both parties. He upped his strikeout rate for a fourth straight year, this time to 27.5%. Among all starters with at least 50 innings pitched last season, Lopez was 19th in K-BB% at 21.3%, just ahead of Julio Urias and Shohei Ohtani. He was also 19th with a 3.49 SIERA.There isn't much of an injury discount with Lopez based on his early NFBC ADP of 114 overall. He is being taken ahead of pitchers with more prolonged injury records such Carlos Rodon and Lance McCullers. While he may never have the ceiling of an ace, Lopez is a relatively safe arm to lock in for roto leagues and is especially valuable in points leagues.