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Jonathan Hernández

RP | Texas Rangers
Bats / Throws: R / R
Age: 24 (1996-07-06)
Ht / Wt: 6'2" / 175 lbs.
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Recent Update

5 months agoTexas Rangers right-handed pitcher Jonathan Hernandez has excelled out of relief this season, a role that he has grown so comfortable in that he has informed the organization that he wants to stay in the bullpen for 2021. Having made 113 starts in the Minor Leagues (and two last season for the Rangers), Hernandez has compiled a 2.51 ERA and 2.49 FIP with an 0.94 WHIP across 25 appearances this year. With many of his Statcast metrics ranking off the charts in terms of production, in addition to averaging 97.7 MPH on his sinker, Hernandez should enter ‘21 as a draftable commodity in deeper season-long leagues with the potential for him to sneak into the closer’s role should he continue to trend upward.--Jesse Borek - RotoBaller
Source: TR Sullivan


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Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Josh Jung (3B)
  2. Leody Taveras (OF)
  3. Maximo Acosta (SS)
  4. Dane Dunning (SP)
  5. Hans Crouse (SP)
  6. Justin Foscue (2B)
  7. Sam Huff (C)
  8. Luisangel Acuna (SS)
  9. Cole Winn (SP)
  10. Anderson Tejeda (SS)

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Older News

7 months agoTexas Rangers reliever Jonathan Hernandez came into Sunday's game and dominated the San Francisco Giants in the late innings. Hernandez pitched two innings and struck out four Giants with one walk given up. He gave up the walk to lead off the eighth inning but came back with back-to-back-to-back swinging strikeouts of Pablo Sandoval, Chadwick Tromp, and Brandon Crawford. Jose Leclerc was placed on the 45-day injured list earlier this week, and it remains to be seen who the Rangers use as their closer while Leclerc is on the mend. Hernandez made a strong case on Sunday that his name should be in the mix when the next opportunity comes along.--Euan Leith
Source: MLB

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