American League Pitching Stats 2020

With Chris Sale and Corey Kluber in the American League dialing up major strikeouts, they set the tone for the rest of the league. Now with the long ball era in effect, keeping track of who is allowing the most home runs is fun to keep track of. There were a handful with 30+ allowed last season, and that should be the case again this season. Filter through stats by relievers or starters, and also by splits. Some pitchers are better on the road than at home, which are all helpful things to know if you are a fantasy gamer.

With Chris Sale and Corey Kluber in the American League dialing up major strikeouts, they set the tone for the rest of the league. Now with the long ball era in effect, keeping track of who is allowing the most home runs is fun to keep track of. There were a handful with 30+ allowed last season, and that should be the case again this season. Filter through stats by relievers or starters, and also by splits. Some pitchers are better on the road than at home, which are all helpful things to know if you are a fantasy gamer.

NAME POS RTG TEAM GS W L IP TBF H R ER HR BB K WHIP K% BB% BABIP xFIP SIERA wOBA LOB% HR/FB Soft% Med% Hard% GB% FB% LD%
Eli Morgan E. Morgan SP
CLE 7 1 3 31 137 38 26 26 11 5 33 1.370 .241% .036% .318 4.42 4.02 .379 .629% .224 .216% .351% .433% .250% .510% .240%
Hyeon-Jong Yang H. Yang LP
TEX 4 0 3 29 127 30 20 18 7 15 0 1.550 .620% .118% .267 .333 .000% .000 .000% .000% .000% .000% .000% .000%
Tayler Saucedo T. Saucedo P
TOR 0 0 0 12 47 7 2 2 1 4 13 .890 .277% .085% .207 3.18 3.13 .209 .938% .125