Scott Alexander Fantasy Stats

#54 RP  |  Oakland Athletics
Healthy

Height / Weight 6'2"  /  195 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Jul 10, 1989 (35)
Experience 10 seasons
College Sonoma State (CA)

Season Stats

SEASON TEAM POS GP GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG WHIP FPTS
2015KCRP4006.0533033.2381.3338.1
2016KCRP170019.024771716.3161.63242.1
2017KCRP580469.062231932859.2431.304201.2
2018LADRP731366.057282742756.2391.273162.9
2019LADRP280017.11777279.2501.38540.0
2020LADRP130012.1964299.2001.45935.0
2021LADRP180015.11565248.2421.23928.5
2022SFRP174217.112221110.1900.75047.2
2023SFRP548148.155302521131.2671.366108.5
2024OAKRP220018.21376269.2001.01840.6
Career 304 13 10 289.1 269 119 105 19 103 210 1.286 714.2

Game Log

DATE TEAM OPP POS GS SV IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG WHIP FPTS
Jun 18, 2024OAKKCP000.1000000.0000.0000.8
Jun 23, 2024OAKMINP001.0100001.3331.0003.6
Jun 25, 2024OAKLAAP000.2000010.0001.5000.9
Jun 28, 2024OAKARIP001.0111010.3332.0003.0
Jul 2, 2024OAKLAAP000.2100000.5001.5000.9
Jul 5, 2024OAKBALP001.0200011.4003.0002.5
Jul 7, 2024OAKBALP001.0000000.0000.0002.2
Jul 9, 2024OAKBOSP001.1100002.2000.7506.4
Jul 12, 2024OAKPHIP001.0000000.0000.0002.2
Jul 13, 2024OAKPHIP001.0000000.0000.0002.2
Last 10 0 0 9.0 6 1 1 0 3 4 1.000 24.9

Athletics Depth Chart

C

Shea Langeliers

Kyle McCann

1B

Seth Brown

Tyler Nevin

2B

Zack Gelof

Max Schuemann

SS

Max Schuemann

Jacob Wilson

3B

Brett Harris

Tyler Nevin

Max Schuemann

LF

Miguel Andujar

Seth Brown

Brent Rooker

Tyler Nevin

Daz Cameron

CF

JJ Bleday

Daz Cameron

Max Schuemann

RF

Lawrence Butler

Seth Brown

Tyler Nevin

Daz Cameron

Brent Rooker

SP

JP Sears

Hogan Harris

Mitch Spence

Joey Estes

RP

T.J. McFarland

Lucas Erceg

Scott Alexander

Tyler Ferguson

Michel OtaƱez

Scott Alexander News

Scott Alexander  • RP  •  Athletics

Scott Alexander Working In Rehab Games

Oakland Athletics left-hander Scott Alexander (rib) gave up a run on two hits while striking out one in an inning of work in his first minor-league rehab appearance for Single-A Stockton last Friday. Alexander said he felt good in his first rehab outing and was scheduled to make another appearance in San Jose on Tuesday, also with Stockton. If he comes out of that outing without a setback, Alexander will move his rehab assignment to Triple-A Las Vegas. Now that the 34-year-old veteran southpaw is pitching again for the first time in almost two months, he could be a candidate to return to Oakland's bullpen soon. Alexander hasn't pitched yet in 2024 with the A's and is unlikely to be of much use in any fantasy format once he's back in the big leagues.
May 8   
Scott Alexander  • RP  •  Athletics

Scott Alexander Inks One-Year Pact With Athletics

Free-agent pitcher Scott Alexander has agreed to a one-year deal with the Oakland A's. The left-hander spent the 2023 season with the San Francisco Giants, another Bay Area club, and worked to a 4.66 ERA across 55 outings (eight starts). However, Alexander posted an eye-popping 1.04 ERA across 17 outings in the 2022 season and has posted an ERA of 3.68 or better in seven MLB seasons since his debut in the 2015 campaign. All told, the 34-year-old has impressed with a 3.29 ERA across 283 MLB appearances despite his strikeout rate sitting at just 17.9% in that time. A massive 68.4% ground-ball rate has been his key in run prevention while he has allowed just 0.57 HR/9 across his 270 2/3 innings of big-league work.
Feb 14   
Scott Alexander  • RP  •  Giants

Scott Alexander To Serve As Opener Tuesday

San Francisco Giants left-hander Scott Alexander is set to serve as the team's opener on Tuesday against the Los Angeles Angels, with lefty Alex Wood likely coming in behind Alexander as the bulk reliever. Alexander has been pretty solid for the Giants in 2023, and his opening role on Tuesday will be his fifth "start" of 2023. In his 39 appearances (four starts) so far this year, the 34-year-old veteran southpaw holds a 6-1 record, 3.21 ERA (3.30 FIP), 1.07 WHIP, one save, seven walks and 18 strikeouts in 33 2/3 innings of work. Alexander is not a fantasy streaming option against the Halos. If you're going to stream someone from San Francisco, it should be Wood.
Aug 8   
Scott Alexander  • RP

Scott Alexander Avoids Arbitration With Giants

The San Francisco Giants and left-handed reliever Scott Alexander avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $1.15 million deal. In his first year in San Francisco in 2022, Alexander only pitched 17 1/3 innings over 17 appearances (four starts) at the major-league level, allowing two earned runs on 12 hits while walking one and striking out 10. The 33-year-old southpaw made enough of an impression on the Giants for them to bring him back for the 2023 season. In eight big-league seasons, Alexander has posted a 3.00 ERA (3.74 FIP), a 1.29 WHIP and a 170:86 K:BB in 222 1/3 innings over 228 outings (five starts) for the Royals, Dodgers and Giants. He won't be in play for fantasy managers next spring.
Nov 17   
Scott Alexander  • RP  •  Giants

Scott Alexander Earns First Save Of Season Monday

San Francisco Giants relief pitcher Scott Alexander earned his first save of the season in Monday's 3-2 win over the Braves. Alexander entered the game in the eighth inning up by one with two outs and a runner on third. He ended the inning with the runner stranded on a flyout and stayed on to pitch the ninth. He allowed a leadoff single but got the final three outs on a force out and two groundouts. The team's primary closer, Camilo Doval had pitched the previous two days, so Alexander got the call in this instance. The 33-year-old has only pitched 8 2/3 innings this season, compiling a 2.08 ERA. He holds no fantasy value despite the save.
Sep 13   
Scott Alexander  • RP  •  Dodgers

Dodgers Activate Scott Alexander

The Los Angeles Dodgers activated left-hander Scott Alexander (shoulder) from the 60-day injured list on Monday and optioned left-hander Garrett Cleavinger to Triple-A Oklahoma City in a corresponding move. Alexander has been sidelined since the beginning of May with left shoulder inflammation, but he'll return to give the Dodgers a solid left-handed option out of the bullpen. Before his arm injury, the 31-year-old southpaw had a nice 2.31 ERA, 0.68 WHIP and five strikeouts in 11 2/3 relief innings for LA. Alexander also had a 2.92 ERA and 1.45 WHIP in 12 1/3 innings last season. Because he's more of a lefty specialist with a mediocre 7.0 career K/9, though, he won't be on the fantasy radar.
Jul 5   
Scott Alexander  • RP  •  Dodgers

Scott Alexander Pitching In Triple-A On Thursday

Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Scott Alexander (shoulder) will pitch for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Thursday. This is an advancement for Alexander after he was pitching in Low-A while rehabbing his shoulder. The move to Triple-A means Alexander is getting closer to a return. He is not eligible to return from the 60-day injured list until July 2, so he'll be sidelined until then. Alexander should be back in the Dodgers bullpen around early July, but won't have fantasy value in most formats.
Jun 25   
Scott Alexander  • RP  •  Dodgers

Scott Alexander Could Be Out Until July

Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Scott Alexander (shoulder) could very well miss another month of action. The lefty reliever has been sidelined since early May due to inflammation in his shoulder. The Dodgers are expected to activate Tony Gonsolin on Wednesday, so Alexander might be moved to the 60-day injured list. That would create a roster spot for Gonsolin without having to remove anyone from the 40-man roster. Alexander has pitched well during his limited time on the Dodgers, but he won't have much fantasy value in a low leverage role.
Jun 9   
Scott Alexander  • RP  •  Dodgers

Scott Alexander Not Expected To Be Out Long

Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Scott Alexander (shoulder) shouldn't be out long, according to J.P. Hoornstra of the L.A. Daily News. The 31-year-old recently landed on the 10-day injured list, retroactive to May 3, and should be ready to go when eligible to return. Alexander is sporting a decent 2.31 ERA throughout 11.2 innings this season but only has some value in leagues that reward for holds.
May 9   
Scott Alexander  • RP  •  Dodgers

Scott Alexander Held Out Due To Soreness

Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Scott Alexander was unavailable in Tuesday's doubleheader against the Chicago Cubs. Manager Dave Roberts stated that Alexander is dealing with soreness, but didn't expand upon what kind of soreness. Roberts also added that a roster move is likely to come on Wednesday. The left-handed Alexander has been sharp through 13 appearances out of the pen so far this year, pitching to a 2.31 ERA and 0.69 WHIP. Expect to see Alexander land on the 10-day injured list on Wednesday.
May 5   
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