Ty Blach Fantasy Stats

#50 SP  |  Colorado Rockies

Height / Weight 6'1"  /  215 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Oct 20, 1990 (33)
Experience 7 seasons
College Creighton

Season Stats

Career 159 67 1 508.0 602 308 294 63 154 289 1.488 768.0

Game Log

May 24, 2024COLPHIP106.2522212.2000.90011.4
May 29, 2024COLCLESP107.0622025.2311.14320.9
Jun 4, 2024COLCINP105.01044102.4352.0000.7
Jun 9, 2024COLSTLP105.0844113.4001.8003.2
Jun 15, 2024COLPITP105.2722115.3041.41217.4
Jun 20, 2024COLLADP104.01055312.4552.750-3.6
Jun 26, 2024COLHOUP000.2411002.5716.0001.1
Jul 2, 2024COLMILP002.0311011.3332.0002.1
Jul 7, 2024COLKCP001.0133120.2503.000-5.5
Jul 11, 2024COLCINP001.1100000.2000.7501.8
Last 10 6 0 38.1 55 24 24 9 9 22 1.670 49.5

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Ty Blach News

Ty Blach  • SP  •  Rockies

Ty Blach Throws Seven Strong Innings In Second Win

Colorado Rockies starting pitcher Ty Blach threw seven strong innings in Wednesday's victory over the visiting Cleveland Guardians, allowing two runs on six hits and two walks with five strikeouts for his second win of the campaign. After giving up two runs on three hits and two walks in the first inning for the brunt of the damage to his ledger, Blach found a groove with six scoreless innings from that point on. The 33-year-old veteran left-hander will bring an ordinary 4.15 ERA, 1.27 WHIP, and a 17:7 K:BB across 34 2/3 innings (five starts) into his next scheduled start against the Cincinnati Reds at Coors Field on Tuesday. Severely lacking swing-and-miss stuff, Blach is nothing more than a low-upside fantasy streamer under the most favorable conditions.
May 30   
Ty Blach  • SP  •  Rockies

Ty Blach Earns First Victory

Making his second start of the season on Sunday, Colorado Rockies pitcher Ty Blach earned his first victory of the season. Blach went five innings against the Texas Rangers and allowed seven hits, one run, zero walks and recorded a pair of strikeouts. It was a good start for the veteran against a good Rangers offense, but managers should not be running to the waiver wire to grab the southpaw. The 33-year-old has been operating as a swingman for the Rockies and with a career ERA of 5.09, Blach can remain on the waiver wire.
May 13   
Ty Blach  • SP

Ty Blach Re-Signs With Rockies

Left-hander Ty Blach re-signed with the Colorado Rockies on a minor-league deal on Thursday, according to a source. The deal includes an invitation to big-league spring training. Blach had an opportunity to go and pitch in the Korean Baseball Organization as well but chose to stay in the Rockies organization. The 33-year-old left-hander hasn't been very great for Colorado the last two years, combining for a 4-3 record, 5.66 ERA (4.99 FIP), 1.55 WHIP, 35 walks and 79 strikeouts in 44 appearances (14 starts) covering 122 1/3 innings. Blach won't be on the fantasy radar at all and will be providing the Rockies with starting and relief depth in 2024. Blach has a career 5.18 ERA (4.57 FIP) and 1.47 WHIP in six big-league seasons with the Rockies, San Francisco Giants and Baltimore Orioles.
Dec 22   
Ty Blach  • SP

Ty Blach, Two Others Outrighted By Rockies

The Colorado Rockies outrighted pitchers Ty Blach, Karl Kauffmann, and Matt Koch off of their 40-man roster on Thursday after all three went unclaimed on waivers. Blach and Koch can both elect to become free agents, while Kauffmann will remain in the organization on the outside of the 40-man looking in. The left-handed Blach is the longest-tenured big-leaguer of the bunch but has struggled mightily following a decent run with the Giants from 2017-18. He posted a 5.54 ERA across 20 appearances (13 starts) with the Rockies in 2023. Kauffmann struggled to an 8.23 ERA across 35 innings between the rotation and bullpen with the Rockies this season, while the right-handed Koch had a 5.12 ERA across 39 appearances, all but one of which came out of the bullpen.
Oct 19   
Ty Blach  • SP  •  Rockies

Ty Blach Has Thrown A Bullpen

Colorado Rockies relief pitcher Ty Blach (wrist) has thrown a bullpen session and his wrist has responded well. Blach will throw a simulated game on Friday after originally sustaining the injury in a collision with the Padres' Jurickson Profar on June 10. The hope is that his next appearances will be at Triple-A Albuquerque on a minor league rehab assignment. The 31-year-old left-hander is eligible to return from the injured list on June 26, but it remains to be seen if he'll return by that date. Before going down with his wrist injury, Blach had allowed 23 earned runs on 38 hits while walking nine and striking out 17 with one save in 31 1/3 innings over 15 outings (one start) for the Rockies.
Jun 17   
Ty Blach  • SP  •  Rockies

Ty Blach To Make Rockies Opening Day Roster

Colorado Rockies left-hander Ty Blach will be on the Opening Day roster, according to Nick Groke of The Athletic. The news comes after the announcement that Ryan Rolison (shoulder) will start the season on the 60-day injured list. Blach will be used as a long man out of the bullpen but could see some spot starts if an injury pops up. The 31-year-old has had a decent spring, posting a 4.00 ERA and 1.11 WHIP with six strikeouts in nine innings. He hasn't appeared in a big-league game since 2019 with the Baltimore Orioles when he pitched to the tune of a 12.00 ERA over 27 innings and five starts. Fantasy managers can pay little attention to Blach this season unless he can find a spot in the rotation and somehow find success that he's never found before.
Apr 5   
Ty Blach  • SP  |  Richie Martin  • SS  •  Orioles

Richie Martin, Ty Blach To Have Surgery Wednesday

Baltimore Orioles shortstop Richie Martin (wrist surgery) and starting pitcher Ty Blach (Tommy John surgery) are scheduled to have their respective surgeries this Wednesday, per MASN Sports' Roch Kubatko. Martin broke his wrist during an intrasquad game over the weekend and Blach had recently felt soreness in his pitching elbow. Given the length of recovery time for these surgeries, both Martin and Blach are now out of fantasy consideration for the shortened 2020 season.
Jul 13   
Ty Blach  • SP

Ty Blach Will Start Versus Yankees on Monday

Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Ty Blach will draw the start against the New York Yankees in the second game of the doubleheader on Monday. He pitched in two games earlier this season with the San Francisco Giants, but was claimed off waivers by the O's on August 3. He could see multiple starts for the Orioles, but doesn't have much fantasy value. He won't be a reliable DFS option against the Yankees offense.
Aug 12   
Ty Blach  • SP

Ty Blach To Start Saturday

San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Ty Blach will start against the Pirates on Saturday. The left-hander's most recent start in the big leagues came way back on May 27 against the Cubs when he allowed seven hits and five earned runs in three innings. In his 12 starts to open the year, Blach went 6-6 with a 4.90 ERA while striking out 30 hitters in 60 2/3 innings. He's been slightly better in a relief role, but Blach shouldn't be trusted as a streamer Saturday against a hot club.
Aug 11   
Ty Blach  • SP

Ty Blach Roughed Up Sunday Night

San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Ty Blach had another rough outing Sunday night against the Cubs giving up five earned runs on seven hits and four walks in just three innings raising his ERA up to 4.90 on the season. Blach hasn't pitched more than 4 1/3 innings since May 5th and remains a low end fantasy option, if that. You should feel comfortable leaving him on the waiver wire.
May 28