Tyson Ross
33-Year-Old PitcherSP
 Free Agent  
Free Agent
Injury Personal
Est. Return 2/1/2021
2020 Fantasy Outlook
Injuries were once again the story of Ross' season. He was healthy to start the year for the Tigers but wasn't effective, struggling to a 6.11 ERA and 25:18 K:BB in seven starts. Ulnar neuritis in his right elbow showed up in the last of those starts, and the issue proved serious enough that he didn't pitch again the rest of the season. He did at least throw off a mound late in the year, giving some reason to hope that he'll be healthy for the start of spring training and able to secure a rotation spot with the Giants. Considering his history, however, there's little reason to expect that health to last. He's thrown a combined 239.1 innings over the last four seasons, averaging less than 60 per year while struggling to a 5.34 ERA. Ross will turn 33 in April, not the age at which pitchers typically jump to new levels of performance or health. His best days are long behind him, so owners in most leagues should look elsewhere. Read Past Outlooks
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