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Jered Weaver

33-Year-Old Pitcher – Los Angeles Angels

2016 Stats

W-L

3-0

ERA

3.86

WHIP

1.41

K

11

SV

0

2016 Preseason Projections

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2016 Fantasy Baseball Outlook

Weaver's skills continued to diminish in 2015, as he lost a full three miles per hour on his fastball (83.3 average velocity) and saw his HR/9 rate rise for the fourth consecutive year, settling at 1....

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2016 ADP:  509.07

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LEAGUE: Majors   40 MAN: YES   BATS: R   THROWS: R   HT: 6' 7"   WT: 210   DOB: 10/4/1982   BORN: Northridge, CA   COLLEGE: Long Beach State   DRAFTED: 1st Rd    Show ContractHide Contract

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Jered Weaver Contract Information:

Agreed to a five-year, $85 million contract extension with the Angels in August of 2011.

April 26, 2016  –  Jered Weaver News

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Weaver (3-0) allowed four runs on nine hits and two walks over six innings in a win Tuesday over the Royals.

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Jered Weaver Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS SH IP H ER HR K BB W L SV BS HLD ERA WHIP
2005 22 A RAN 7 7 0 33.0 25 14 3 49 7 4 1 0 3.82 0.97
2005 22 AA ARK 8 8 0 43.0 43 19 5 46 19 3 3 0 3.98 1.44
2006 23 AAA SAL 12 11 0 77.0 63 17 7 93 10 6 1 0 1.99 0.95
2006 23 MAJ LAA 19 19 0 123.0 94 35 15 105 33 11 2 0 2.56 1.03
2007 24 A RAN 2 2 0 11.0 5 1 1 12 3 1 0 0 0.82 0.73
2007 24 MAJ LAA 28 28 0 161.0 178 70 17 115 45 13 7 0 3.91 1.39
2008 25 MAJ LAA 30 30 0 176.7 173 85 20 152 54 11 10 0 4.33 1.28
2009 26 MAJ LAA 33 33 2 211.0 196 88 26 174 66 16 8 0 3.75 1.24
2010 27 MAJ LAA 34 34 0 224.3 187 75 23 233 54 13 12 0 0 0 3.01 1.07
2011 28 MAJ LAA 33 33 2 235.7 182 63 20 198 56 18 8 0 0 0 2.41 1.01
2012 29 MAJ LAA 30 30 2 188.7 147 59 20 142 45 20 5 0 0 0 2.81 1.02
2013 30 MAJ LAA 24 24 0 154.3 139 56 17 117 37 11 8 0 0 0 3.27 1.14
2014 31 MAJ LAA 34 34 0 213.3 193 85 27 169 65 18 9 0 0 0 3.59 1.21
2015 32 A+ INL 2 2 0 9.1 7 2 2 7 4 0 0 0 0 0 1.93 1.21
2015 32 MAJ LAA 26 26 1 159.0 163 82 24 90 33 7 12 0 0 0 4.64 1.23
2016 33 MAJ LAA 4 4 0 23.3 26 10 4 11 7 3 0 0 0 0 3.86 1.41
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3-Year Averages     28 28 0 175.6 165 74 22 125 45 12 9 0 0 0 3.79 1.20
Career  (View All)     295 295 7 1,870.3 1,678 708 213 1,506 495 141 81 0 3.41 1.16

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Jered Weaver Game Log    (View Full Game Log)
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DATE OPP IP H R ER HR BB K HBP WP CG W-L SV BS HLD ERA WHIP
Apr. 26 KC 6.0 9 4 4 1 2 4 0 0 0 W 0 0 0 3.86 1.41
Apr. 21 @CWS 7.0 3 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 W 0 0 0 3.12 1.27
Apr. 16 @Min 4.3 8 4 4 1 2 1 1 0 0 - 0 0 0 4.35 1.65
Apr. 10 Tex 6.0 6 1 1 1 1 4 1 0 0 W 0 0 0 1.50 1.17
Last 14 Days
3 Games:  Avg. 5.8 IP/G
17.3 20 9 9 3 6 7 1 0 0 2-0 0 0 0 4.67 1.50
Last 30 Days
4 Games:  Avg. 5.8 IP/G
23.3 26 10 10 4 7 11 2 0 0 3-0 0 0 0 3.86 1.41
Last 60 Days
4 Games:  Avg. 5.8 IP/G
23.3 26 10 10 4 7 11 2 0 0 3-0 0 0 0 3.86 1.41

Jered Weaver Split Stats    (View Full Split Stats)

Vs. Left

Year Batters K BB H 2B 3B HR BAA
2016426413303.351
201534848198419312.264
20145521094312820019.255

Vs. Right

Year Batters K BB H 2B 3B HR BAA
2016585313511.241
201532142147920012.264
20143366022651518.212

Home

Year IP W L SV K BB HR ERA WHIP
201612.02008323.751.50
201567.7420531262.791.15
2014117.710401043372.681.05

Away

Year IP W L SV K BB HR ERA WHIP
201611.31003423.971.32
201591.331003721186.011.29
201495.78506532204.701.41
Jered Weaver Advanced Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS IP K/9 BB/9 K/BB HR/9 GB/FB Ratio Strand % Fastball ERA FIP BABIP
2005 22 A RAN 7 7 33.0 13.36 1.91 7.00 0.82 62.1% 3.82 2.05 .333
2005 22 AA ARK 8 8 43.0 9.63 3.98 2.42 1.05 75.4% 3.98 3.90 .336
2006 23 AAA SAL 12 11 77.0 10.87 1.17 9.30 0.82 84.8% 1.99 2.43 .311
2006 23 MAJ LAA 19 19 123.0 7.68 2.41 3.18 1.10 0.49 82.1% 2.56 3.91 .246
2007 24 A RAN 2 2 11.0 9.82 2.45 4.00 0.82 100% 0.82 3.02 .174
2007 24 MAJ LAA 28 28 161.0 6.43 2.52 2.56 0.95 0.73 74.3% 3.91 4.01 .322
2008 25 MAJ LAA 30 30 176.7 7.74 2.75 2.81 1.02 0.68 68.6% 89.9 MPH 4.33 3.90 .306
2009 26 MAJ LAA 33 33 211.0 7.42 2.82 2.64 1.11 0.64 73.7% 88.9 MPH 3.75 4.12 .288
2010 27 MAJ LAA 34 34 224.3 9.35 2.17 4.31 0.92 0.80 76.1% 89.9 MPH 3.01 3.18 .291
2011 28 MAJ LAA 33 33 235.7 7.56 2.14 3.54 0.76 0.66 80.3% 89.1 MPH 2.41 3.37 .258
2012 29 MAJ LAA 30 30 188.7 6.77 2.15 3.16 0.95 0.84 77.3% 87.8 MPH 2.81 3.85 .246
2013 30 MAJ LAA 24 24 154.3 6.82 2.16 3.16 0.99 0.66 75.5% 86.5 MPH 3.27 3.97 .277
2014 31 MAJ LAA 34 34 213.3 7.13 2.74 2.60 1.14 0.73 74.9% 86.3 MPH 3.59 4.26 .277
2015 32 A+ INL 2 2 9.1 6.92 3.96 1.75 1.98 100% 1.93 5.84 .211
2015 32 MAJ LAA 26 26 159.0 5.09 1.87 2.73 1.36 0.85 66.3% 83.3 MPH 4.64 4.88 .279
2016 33 MAJ LAA 4 4 23.3 4.24 2.70 1.57 1.54 0.58 79.3% 82.0 MPH 3.86 5.64 .286
Today's Projections     0 0 .0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0% 0.00 0.00 .000
Next 7 Days     0 2 11.3 5.15 2.73 1.89 1.88 67% 5.49 5.68 .288
Rest Of Season     0 25 147.2 4.67 2.84 1.65 2.07 67.5% 5.59 6.10 .279
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3-Year Averages     28 28 175.6 6.41 2.31 2.78 1.13 72.3% 3.79 4.17 .279
Career     295 295 1,870.3 7.25 2.38 3.04 1.02 74.7% 3.41 3.89 .280

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2016 Stat Review for Jered Weaver    As compared to the top 100 starting pitchers in 2015 (min 130 in)

K/BB/HR Stats

A collection of stats that measure different skills.

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1.57 K/BB
TERRIBLE
4.24 K/9
TERRIBLE
2.70 BB/9
AVERAGE
82.0 MPH Fastball
TERRIBLE
1.5 HR/9
TERRIBLE
0.58 GB/FB Ratio
EXTREME FLYBALLER
ERA/WHIP/FIP

A few general measures of a pitcher's effectiveness.

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3.86 ERA
AVERAGE
1.41 WHIP
POOR
5.64 FIP
TERRIBLE
BABIP/Strand

Balls in play avg. and % of runners left stranded.

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.286 BABIP
BELOW AVERAGE
79.3% Strand Rate
HIGH

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Jered Weaver: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Weaver (2-0) stifled the White Sox over seven innings Thursday, allowing just three hits, two walks and one run in a 3-2 victory.

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Weaver didn't factor into the decision in a 6-4 loss to the Twins on Saturday, surrendering eight hits, four earned runs and two walks over 4.1 innings. He also struck out a batter.

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Weaver allowed one run on six hits and one walk while striking out four over six innings, earning the win Sunday against the Rangers.

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Weaver (neck) will start either Sunday or next Monday, provided he makes it through a four-inning simulated game Tuesday without any setbacks, the Orange County Register's Jeff Fletcher reports.

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Weaver will make his first scheduled start next Sunday against the Rangers after recovering from a neck injury, Joey Kaufman of the Orange County Register reports.

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Weaver (neck) has locked up a spot in the Angels' rotation, although he could still require a brief stay on the DL to start the season, the Orange County Register's Jeff Fletcher reports.

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Weaver (neck) will throw five innings or 75 pitches against the A's on Friday, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports.

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2016

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2015

Weaver's ERA rose for the third consecutive year in 2014, in what seems to have been triggered by a career-high home-run rate (1.1 HR/9) and his highest walk rate since 2009 (7.3% BB%). Weaver responded to rumblings about the lack of velocity on his fastball last offseason by saying he would be fine as long as he hit his spots, but the 32-year-old's velocity held steady in 2014, and he increased his strikeout rate. While home runs allowed in a given year can sometimes be attributed to simple fluctuation, this may not strictly be true in Weaver's case, as his home run rate has now risen three years in a row. The Angels will rely on Weaver to throw another 200-inning season in 2015, but it seems as though he is losing value with each passing year. To stabilize his value, Weaver needs to cut his walk rate from the elevated 2.7 BB/9 mark he posted last season.

2014

The 2013 season started off on a sour note for Weaver, as a broken left (non-pitching) elbow in early April left him sidelined for seven weeks. Upon his return, however, he picked up where he left off in 2012, as he once again led the Angels' staff with a 3.27 ERA. Weaver may not strikeout batters the way he once did, but he was able to once again limit free passes (2.2 BB/9) and long balls (1.0 HR/9) last season, while stranding baserunners at a 78.5 percent clip. While Weaver's fastball velocity dipped once again in 2013, averaging just 86.5 mph, the veteran righty is an extreme flyball pitcher in one of the biggest ballparks in the game. That, combined with being a control artist, should help him keep his ERA down, even as his other skills continue to erode.

2013

Weaver finished third in the 2012 AL Cy Young voting after going 20-5 with a 2.81 ERA, league-leading 1.02 WHIP, and 142:45 K:BB ratio over 30 starts and 188.2 innings. The 142 strikeouts were a disappointment, as was his 6.8 K/9, but Weaver's other numbers left fantasy owners with nothing to complain about and he finished in the top-five of the AL Cy Young voting for the third year in a row. Such a low ERA and WHIP would normally be unsustainable for a pitcher with a pedestrian strikeout rate, but Weaver is a flyball specialist who benefits from the spacious Angel Stadium and an outfield that will include defensive studs Mike Trout and Peter Bourjos. While the Angels would surely like to see Weaver improve his velocity and strikeout numbers after consecutive years of decline, he should be fine so long as he can put a halt to the downward trend.

2012

Weaver established himself as an ace several seasons ago, but he was one of the best pitchers in the game in 2011. His ERA, WHIP, and BAA all fell for the third straight season, and he finished the campaign with a 18-8 record, a 2.41 ERA, and a 198:56 K:BB ratio in 235.2 innings. It will be tough for Weaver to lower his numbers any further, but he will have as good a chance as anyone of winning 20 games this season with the improved run support he'll receive with Albert Pujols joining the lineup.

2011

Weaver had been a pretty good pitcher ever since entering the league in 2006, but he finally put it all together last season. Weaver posted a sparkling 3.01 ERA over a career-high 224.1 innings and led all of MLB with 233 strikeouts. Weaver does not walk many batters, and he figures to improve upon his 13 wins if the Angels can be a bit more consistent on offense. Weaver has only been getting better the last couple seasons and is entering his prime, so expect him to have another fine season in 2011. Just don't expect to get him with the same middle-round pick it took to get him last year.

2010

Five years removed from the hype that surrounded his selection, Weaver finally threw 200 innings in an MLB season. He's been more or less the same pitcher from the moment he joined the Angels, an above-average starter.

2009

Weaver finished the 2008 season 11-10 in 30 starts for the Angels. He posted a 4.33 ERA and also struck out 152 batters. Weaverís numbers seem very average, but his ability to take the mound every fifth day is one of his greatest assets. Weaver doesnít have the dominant stuff to make a dramatic improvement, but he is not likely to decline and should continue to be an important member of the Angelsí rotation next season.

2008

For the second straight season, Weaver proved that he has the ability to be a successful pitcher in the major leagues. Weaver doesnít blow batters away, but he has figured out how to get major league hitters out and will have a spot in the Angelsí starting rotation next season. Weaverís ceiling isnít as high as some of the other young pitchers, so his numbers arenít likely to be significantly better next season.

2007

The main thing to remember is that Weaver is likely as good, right now, as he's ever going to be. There's not much room for him to grow, being as polished as he is. That makes him a top-20 starter in an AL league, of course. His ERA is likely to rise with his home-run rate, which was very low for a pitcher with a 0.61 GB/FB ratio.

2006

Weaver has a shot at earning a rotation spot going into camp. The 12th overall pick in the 2004 draft is advancing very quickly after he didn't sign until early in 2005 and was solid in his Arizona Fall League stint. The Angels would prefer to start him off in the minors to fine tune his mechanics, but he's likely to arrive for good before July is over.

2005

Weaver is probably the most talented pitcher to come out of college since Mark Prior. He's close to major league-ready but is still slightly shaky mechanicallyómore similar in this respect to his brother Jeff than to Prior. He has yet to sign with the Angels.

2004

The brother of Dodgersí Jeff Weaver is highly competitive, and the most polished pitcher to come out of College since Mark Prior. Heís close to major-league ready but doesn't have the best stuff and is shaky mechanically, similar to his brother more than Prior. Probably the best choice in the 2004 draft but agent Scott Boras has insisted on a signing bonus approaching $10 million which will push his draft position down.