Patrick Sandoval Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 3" / 190 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 10/18/1996 (26)
Patrick Sandoval Season Stats
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Patrick Sandoval News
Los Angeles Angels pitcher Patrick Sandoval finished his 2022 season with a strong start on Monday. Sandoval scattered five hits and a walk in six shutout innings against the division-rival Oakland A's, while also logging six strikeouts on 97 pitches. He finished with a 30% CSW rate and generated 17 swinging strikes on the day, 10 of which came via his changeup. In 148.2 innings of work this season, the 25-year-old has pitched to a 2.91 ERA, a 3.09 FIP, 151 strikeouts, and 60 walks.
Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Patrick Sandoval did not factor in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Rangers. Sandoval pitched 5 innings, allowing two runs on three hits and four walks with seven strikeouts. The 25-year-old has quietly put together another solid season, going 6-9 with a 3.01 ERA over 25 starts and 137 1/3 IP. His next start should be a favorable matchup against the Athletics at home. Rostered in just 70 percent of leagues, Sandoval is a worthy streaming option for fantasy managers looking for a bit of extra support in the playoffs.
Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Patrick Sandoval tied his season high by allowing five runs in a losing effort against the Astros on Saturday night. The 25-year-old allowed three runs to come around in the first, and then another pair to score in the second as he would go on to surrender eight hits over his five frames of work. Sandoval salvaged his outing by striking out nine and walking just two to give him a 74/32 K/BB through 70 IP this season. The lefty has posted an admirable 3.09 ERA with a not so sharp 1.41 WHIP so far in 2022 as he'll look to rebound versus the Orioles next week.
In 2021, Patrick Sandoval had a 3-6 W-L record, 3.62 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 94 Ks (87.0 IP) and then had an ADP of 198 for the 2022 season. Last year, Sandoval had a 6-9 W-L record, 2.91 ERA, 1.34 WHIP and 151 Ks (148.2 IP) and now has an ADP of ~217. It's not often a pitcher can post a sub-3.00 ERA and still fall down draft boards, yet that is the case. And there is merit to that given Sandoval had a 3.91 xERA, 3.67 xFIP and 3.94 SIERA while his 9.4% BB% ranked in the 28th percentile. On the positive side, Sandoval's 47.7% GB% was higher than the league average (44.9%) despite dropping from 51.1% in 2021 and his 23.7% K% ranked in the 57th percentile. Sandoval also limits hard contact with a Barrel% ranking in the 76th percentile and a HardHit% ranking in the 79th percentile, both being similar to his 2021 numbers. Given Sandoval's xFIP and SIERA last year were both lower than in 2021, it seems a surprise that he is going later in drafts than he did last year, even after missing a month with a back injury. It's fair to expect regression on Sandoval's ERA but even then, he's a fine option to fill out your rotation in the later rounds.