Brad Hand 52 | Pitcher

Miami Marlins

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Fri. July 25, 2014 Subscribe 
News: Hand combined for a three-hit shutout win (2-2) while striking out four hitters over 7.1 innings on Friday against the Astros. Impact: Hand got some help from pitchers Bryan Morris and Steve Cishek but the night was his for the most part. Since Hand was inserted into the Marlins rotation on July 3 after returning from injury, he has lowered his season ERA from 6.21 to 4.19. Don't expect the run to continue for the rest of the season, but Hand is a decent spot-start option against weaker teams like the Astros.(RotoWire, )
Mon. July 21, 2014
News: Hand gave the Marlins' shaky rotation a welcome boost by pitching seven innings to match a career high, and he allowed two runs Sunday. Impact: Hand earned his first victory as a starter since 2011. The left-hander had been 1-12 previously as a starter. Hand allowed six hits and one walk. He has a 3.22 ERA in four starts since rejoining the rotation.(STATS, 5:39pm)
July 20, 2014
News: Hand picked up his first win of the season Sunday over San Francisco, throwing seven innings and giving up two runs on six hits and a walk while striking out four. Impact: Hand has been serviceable for the Marlins since entering the rotation to start July. He'll take a 4.86 ERA and 1.64 WHIP into his next start at Houston.(RotoWire, )
Thu. July 17, 2014
News: Hand (shin) will start Sunday against the Giants, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports. Impact: A line drive to the leg last Sunday forced Hand off the mound after four innings and left him with a shin contusion, but it sounds like the little bit of extra time afforded by the All-Star break was sufficient to treat the issue. Hand has struggled to the tune of a 5.26 ERA and 1.75 WHIP in 19 appearances (five starts) this season, and he could lose his rotation spot again if he doesn't turn it around in short order.(RotoWire, )
July 13, 2014
News: Hand left Sundays game with a right shin contusion, MLB.com's Joe Frisaro reports. Impact: Hand was hit in the shin by a line drive and was lifted for a pinch hitter in the bottom of the fourth inning. He allowed three runs on six hits and two walks in the outing. A contusion isn't usually something that takes a long time to heal, so it wouldn't be surprising if he was good to go for his next start after the All-Star break.(RotoWire, )
Brad Hand
2014 Season
W-L
2-2
SV
1
ERA
4.19
K
36
Bio
Ht: 6' 3"  Wt: 219  Age: 24
Bats: L  Throws: L
Born: 3/20/1990, Minneapolis, Minnesota
College: None
Debut: 2011
Salary: $500,000
Injury Status
No Current Injury