Roberto Hernandez

Philadelphia Phillies #27 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 08/30/80
  • Age: 33
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 230
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
Year Team G GS W L SV CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB K ERA WHIP
2014 Phillies 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 16.1 14 8 7 3 8 17 3.86 1.35

Streamer Report: Monday's Streaming Pitcher Option

Ray highlights some starting pitcher options that you should consider streaming on Monday, including Roberto Hernandez, Wei-Yin Chen and Robbie Erlin.

Cubs vs. Phillies Preview, Friday 4/4, 1:20 CT

Baseball returns to Wrigley Field this afternoon!

Tigers, D'Backs, Phils sign reclamation projects

A few clubs have taken flyers on struggling and/or injured players in the last 24 hours in the hopes that they can put together bounce-back seasons.

Phillies buy rotation insurance, add Hernandez

Going into the season, Roberto Hernandez was a buy-low darling of the sabermetric community. Surprisingly, he's heading to one of the least saber-friendly organizations in the league.

Rays 7, Angels 1: Moore, offense, Hernandez win

Recap will be up in the morning.

Rays 7, Yankees 2; Archer, 4 homers power Rays win

David DeJesus played left field, and Roberto Hernandez pitched in relief.

Rays 5, Diamondbacks 2: Hernandez completes game

And the Rays offense batters Ian Kennedy.

Update: Maddon sets a proposed four man rotation

The Rays have a very strange schedule coming up, and using a four man rotation may prove advantageous for many reasons.

Game 85 Preview: Astros vs. Rays

Norris takes the mound today hoping to end Astros' five game slide.

Rays 2, Tigers 5: Scherzer outlasts Hernandez

The rubber match of the series started off as a pitchers duel and then slowly slipped into a boring loss. Probably the Rays players were looking ahead to the draft. Or maybe Max Scherzer was just a...

Rays 3, Marlins 1: Roberto Hernandez pitches 8.2

Tonight he featured his slider (usually a distant third pitch).

MLB Scores: Miami Marlins 1, Tampa Bay Rays 3

Tom Koehler's strong performance for the Miami Marlins was overshadowed by the stronger performance by Tampa Bay Rays starter Roberto Hernandez, who shut down the Fish en route to a 3-1 win.

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