Jesse Hahn#32, SP, Oakland
- July 30, 1989
- Birth Place:
- Norwich, Connecticut
- Virginia Tech
- 2010 6ᵗʰ round by the Tampa Bay Rays
— Player Notes
Advice: Hahn left the game with a blister injury. It was a tough blow to the pitcher, as he had only thrown 65 pitches at the time of his exit. To that point, the Royals had only managed three hits. Through three starts, Hahn has allowed four runs over 16 2/3 innings, working out to a 2.12 ERA. If the injury is relatively minor, he's a viable fantasy starter who might still be floating around on some waiver wires.9 hours ago Rotoworld
Advice: It doesn't sound like much, though blisters sometimes cause starting pitchers to miss rotation turns. It's a coin flip whether Hahn will be ready to go Thursday against the Angels. If he isn't ready, expect Jesse Chavez to get the nod. Hahn allowed just three hits over 5 1/3 scoreless innings on Saturday night against the Royals and boasts a 2.12 ERA through three starts this season.
More: Joe Stighlich on Twitter8 hours ago Rotoworld
Advice: He was looking at a finger on his throwing hand when he exited. It's a shame because Hahn was having an excellent game, allowing just three hits in 5 1/3 shutout innings. Jesse Chavez came on to take his place. We should know more about Hahn's status after the game. He could be dealing with a blister.
More: Joe Stiglich on Twitter10 hours ago Rotoworld
Advice: Sandwiched between a sixth inning sacrifice fly and an RBI single was a big Josh Reddick error that allowed two runs to score. Outside of that sketchy sixth frame, Hahn was fine. He struck out two and walked two. Hahn's a talented pitcher, though his numbers through two starts aren't particularly eye-popping. He won his rotation slot off a strong spring.11 hours ago Rotoworld
Next Game- Scheduled Next Start 4/23 vs. LAA