- Height / Weight
- 6' 1" / 190 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/9/1993 (26)
In a season where White Sox manager Rick Renteria has shuffled the ninth inning role, Sunday he went with Jace Fry who struck out two batters over an innning for his first save. Nate Jones pitched Friday and Saturday and got the last two saves for the White Sox. Jones may have been unavailable Sunday which allowed Fry to get the ninth inning. The White Sox don't win many games and with manager Rick Renteria shuffling up the ninth inning game-by-game, the White Sox closer situation is one to avoid if owners can. Nate Jones would remain the most likely closer to pickup for owners who are desperate.
Chicago White Sox reliever Jace Fry picked up his first career save in the White Sox win over the Texas Rangers on Sunday. Fry, 24, got the save opportunity because the Rangers had a lineup full of lefties to face him in the ninth inning. Fry chews up lefties, who looked foolish against him on Friday. Fry still has yet to allow a hit this season and has only walked two of the 27 batters he has faced, striking out 12 of them. His FIP is -0.85. That is not a typo, he actually has a negative FIP right now. Rick Renteria might not use him as a full-time closer moving forward, but he might be worth a speculative add just in case. And he will help immensely with your ratio categories even if he doesn't continue closing games.