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Jake Faria

RP | Los Angeles Angels
Bats / Throws: R / R
Age: 27 (1993-07-30)
Ht / Wt: 6'4" / 225 lbs.

Stats Snapshot

2020 ---------------------
2019 18.7------6.752.143---6.75

Draft Prep / Rankings Snapshot

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Recent Update

2 years agoFormer Tampa Bay Rays starter/reliever Jacob Faria is heading to the Milwaukee Brewers in a trade for first baseman Jesus Aguilar. Faria had a strong rookie year as a starter, but then regressed and was eventually moved to the bullpen where his stuff started to shine. For now, it's unlikely that Faria will join the rotation or get any save chances, but Faria is still young and could be a starter for the Brewers in the future. As for Aguilar, the Rays have been looking for a right-handed bat and he fills their need. It's still unlikely that Aguilar gets everyday playing time, but it's worth noting that he slashed .298/.346/.574 in July and could play his way into more at-bats.--Steve McCarthy - RotoBaller
Source: Jeff Passan


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  • 2019
  • 2018
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Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Jo Adell (OF)
  2. Brandon Marsh (OF)
  3. Jeremiah Jackson (2B)
  4. Reid Detmers (SP)
  5. Kyren Paris (2B/SS)
  6. Chris Rodriguez (SP)
  7. Jordyn Adams (OF)
  8. D’Shawn Knowles (OF)

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Older News

2 years agoOn Thursday, the Tampa Bay Rays called up both pitcher Jake Faria and first baseman Nate Lowe from Triple-A. Both players have already been up this season and there's certainly no guarantee they will remain with the big league squad long. Lowe is the more intriguing of the two from a fantasy perspective for now. He struggled during his 10 games in the majors this year, but at Triple-A, he's had an OPS of .938 with 12 home runs and 46 RBI in 68 games. He likely won't find regular playing time with the Rays unless he really forces their hand, so for now, only put him on your radar in deep, deep leagues. Faria, meanwhile, has shown promising strikeout potential, but will likely stick in the bullpen for the near future.--Andrew Ericksen - RotoBaller
Source: Josh Tolentino

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