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2024 1.51.5 4.0 3 4 6.75 2.25
2023 42.510.6 20.0 2 2 17 3 4.95 1.10
2022 31610.2 181.7 9 13 150 63 5.00 1.37
3y Avg. 25011.4 127.3 8 9 114 43 4.74 1.30
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Rusty in season debut

    Marquez didn't factor into the decision Sunday against the Mets, allowing three runs on five hits and four walks across four innings. He struck out three. Marquez made his first MLB start since April 26, 2023, after undergoing Tommy John surgery. He threw 70 pitches before being pulled. The 28-year-old managed to keep the Mets off the scoreboard until the fourth frame but was hit hard in the fourth. He allowed five of the first six batters he faced in the inning to reach safely, including a two-run home run to Pete Alonso. Marquez walked Francisco Lindor with the bases loaded for the Mets' third run but was able to avoid further damage by getting Brandon Nimmo to ground out with the bases loaded and end the inning. Marquez has previously been a reliable fantasy option, but fantasy managers should proceed with caution considering the right-hander's lengthy absence. The Rockies will play six consecutive games at Coors Field coming out of the All-Star break, though it's unclear when exactly Marquez will pitch.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Activated for first 2024 start

    The Rockies reinstated Marquez (elbow) from the 60-day injured list ahead of Sunday's game against the Mets. He'll pick up his first start of the season and his first in the big leagues since April 26, 2023, now that he's completed his recovery from Tommy John surgery. Marquez wrapped up his seven-start minor-league rehab assignment on a high note Tuesday, when he struck out eight and allowed three runs on four hits and no walks over five innings for Double-A Hartford. Marquez will likely be capped at around 75 to 90 pitches in his 2024 Rockies debut, but he shouldn't face any major workload restrictions in his subsequent outings. During his last full season in the big leagues in 2022, Marquez turned in a 4.95 ERA and 1.37 WHIP while striking out 150 batters in 181.2 innings, so fantasy managers outside of deep leagues are probably best off taking a wait-and-see approach with the right-hander rather than immediately scooping him up off the waiver wire.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Returning Sunday

    Marquez (elbow) will be reinstated from the 60-day injured list to start Sunday's game against the Mets, The Denver Post reports. Sunday will mark Marquez's first time pitching in the majors since undergoing Tommy John surgery in May 2023. The 29-year-old made six rehab starts, posting a 6.23 ERA and 1.50 WHIP alongside a 23:4 K:BB across 17.1 innings between Colorado's minor-league affiliates. He's expected to throw 75-to-90 pitches during his season debut and will be matched up against a New York offense that ranks third in the NL with a .742 OPS.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Completes sixth rehab start

    Marquez (elbow) made the sixth start of his rehab assignment Thursday with Double-A Hartford, covering 3.2 innings and giving up two runs (one earned) on five hits and one walk while striking out two. According to MLB.com, Rockies manager Bud Black said Marquez's surgically repaired elbow came out fine following his latest rehab start, during which he built up to 69 pitches and hit 99 miles per hour with his fastball. Black suggested that Marquez will make one more rehab start with Hartford on Tuesday, and if all goes well, the right-hander's next outing will likely come with the big club. Marquez would line up for a start during the Rockies' final game before the All-Star break Sunday versus the Mets, but the organization may be more inclined to give him some extra time to recover from Tuesday's outing and wait until after the break before activating him from the 60-day injured list.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Set for two more rehab starts

    Manager Bud Black said Wednesday that Marquez (elbow) will make two more rehab starts with Double-A Hartford, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports. Marquez struggled heavily in his latest rehab outing at Triple-A Albuquerque on Friday, allowing four earned runs in just two-thirds of an inning and throwing just 33 pitches. The 29-year-old righty was originally slated for just one additional start after Friday, but his abbreviated appearance will cause the Rockies to add another game to his rehab stint, ruling him out for a return to Colorado before the All-Star break. Since restarting his assignment June 12, Marquez has allowed eight earned runs in 8.2 innings while striking out 13 batters and walking three.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Poised for season debut next week

    Marquez (elbow) will make one more rehab start before rejoining the Rockies' rotation next week, Patrick Lyons of JustBaseball.com reports. Marquez holds a 9.58 ERA and 14:4 K:BB over 10.1 innings in his first five rehab starts and in his last outing with Triple-A Albuquerque retired just two batters before getting pulled. His highest pitch count during his rehab assignment has been 52 (on June 16) and he threw just 33 pitches in his last start. Marquez is working his way back from Tommy John surgery.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Struggles in rehab outing

    Marquez (elbow) allowed four earned runs on four hits and one walk while striking out one batter and recording just two outs Friday in a rehab outing with Triple-A Albuquerque. After making two rehab starts in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League, one at Single-A Fresno and one at High-A Spokane, Marquez made his first start with the Rockies' top affiliate Friday, though things didn't go according to plan. He threw only 33 pitches in the short outing and will now require at least another rehab appearance or two to push up his workload before he's a realistic option to return from the 60-day injured list and join the big-league rotation. Marquez looks to be tracking toward a return shortly after the All-Star break, though that could change if he shows drastic improvement in his next outing with Albuquerque.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Next rehab outing set

    Marquez (elbow) will make a rehab start with Triple-A Albuquerque on Friday, MLB.com reports. Marquez made his most recent rehab outing Saturday with High-A Spokane and threw 58 pitches over four scoreless frames. The right-hander will head to the highest level of the minors to put the finishing touches on his rehab from Tommy John surgery, and he could make his season debut in early July.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Shifts rehab to Single-A

    Marquez (elbow) struck out four and allowed six hits and no walks over 2.1 innings in a rehab start Sunday with Single-A Fresno. Marquez resumed his minor-league rehab assignment Wednesday in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League before moving up to the Rockies' Single-A affiliate three days later. While he was knocked around a bit and gave up two home runs among his six hits, Marquez at least exhibited solid control on the night, spotting 36 of his 52 pitches for strikes. The right-hander will likely need two or three more starts in the minors to get fully stretched out before the Rockies are comfortable activating him from the 60-day injured list and inserting him into the rotation. Marquez is working his way back from Tommy John surgery, which he underwent May 12, 2023.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Resumes rehab assignment

    Marquez (elbow) resumed a rehab assignment with the Rockies' Arizona Complex League affiliate Wednesday, striking out four while yielding one unearned run over 1.2 innings. Marquez made one rehab appearance with the ACL Rockies last month before returning to throwing bullpen sessions. He's now back to appearing in games as he works his way back from Tommy John surgery. The right-hander is tracking toward a return to the Rockies sometime next month.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Throws 30 pitches

    Marquez (elbow) threw a bullpen session of between 30 and 35 pitches Saturday, MLB.com reports. Marquez threw primarily fastballs but also mixed in some breaking balls. He'll now head to Arizona and is expected to appear in several Arizona Complex League contests before embarking on a more formal rehab assignment. Marquez remains on course to return just before the All-Star break.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Set to throw bullpens

    Marquez (elbow) will return to Denver to throw bullpen sessions during the Rockies' weekend series against the Phillies, MLB.com reports. Manager Bud Black said the team wanted to see Marquez's progress after he had been working at the team's spring training facility for the last few weeks. If things go well, Marquez could embark on a rehab assignment in the near future for the final stage of his recovery from May 2023 Tommy John surgery, but he's still not expected to be back in the big-league rotation until July.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Appears in Complex League game

    Marquez (elbow) gave up three earned runs on four hits and one walk over 1.2 innings in his first rehab start Friday with the Rockies' rookie-level Arizona Complex League affiliate. Marquez had been making appearances in extended spring training, but kicking off his rehab assignment in the ACL -- albeit in less-than-impressive fashion -- marks an important milestone in his recovery from the Tommy John surgery he underwent May 12, 2023. He'll continue to ramp up his pitch count in his subsequent rehab outings and could be ready to come off the 60-day IL around midseason.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Facing hitters at extended spring

    Rockies manager Bud Black said April 24 that Marquez (elbow) hasn't experienced any setbacks since he resumed facing hitters at extended spring training in Arizona, MLB.com reports. Marquez opened the season on the 60-day injured list while he continues his recovery from Tommy John surgery, which he underwent May 12, 2023. Closing in on the one-year mark in his rehab program, Marquez appears to be coming along as expected, but the Rockies haven't indicated when he'll be able to resume pitching in minor-league rehab games. The team is preparing for Marquez to return from the 60-day IL at some point around midseason.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Opens season on 60-day IL

    The Rockies placed Marquez (elbow) on the 60-day injured list Sunday. Marquez's move to the 60-day IL to begin the season wasn't unexpected, as the veteran right-hander is completing his recovery from May 2023 Tommy John surgery and is unlikely to be available until the second half of the 2024 campaign. The Rockies were able to open up a 40-man roster spot for newly acquired outfielder Jake Cave by placing Marquez on the 60-day IL.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Throwing off mound

    Marquez (elbow) threw off a mound Friday, Patrick Lyons of TheDNVR.com reports. Marquez is ramping up his throwing program after he underwent Tommy John surgery last May. The hope is that the veteran right-hander will be ready to rejoin the Rockies' rotation at some point after the All-Star break.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Return after All-Star break likely

    Rockies GM Bill Schmidt said Sunday that Marquez (elbow) isn't expected to be activated from the injured list until after the All-Star break, Patrick Lyons of TheDNVR.com reports. The 28-year-old underwent Tommy John surgery in mid-May last year, so a return during the first half of 2024 was never likely. Marquez had a 4.95 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 150:63 K:BB over 181.2 innings in 2022 and is likely to have some limitations once back with the big club after the break.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Inks two-year extension

    Colorado signed Marquez (elbow) to a two-year, $20 million contract extension Friday. This new deal will cover the 2024-2025 seasons, so Marquez is no longer headed into free agency this winter and now carries some financial security into the remaining several months of his rehabilitation from Tommy John surgery. He underwent the reconstructive elbow procedure in May of this year and is not expected to return to a major-league mound until the second half of next season. The 28-year-old right-hander owns a 4.41 ERA in 1,016 career big-league innings, all with the Rockies. His career ERA away from Coors Field is 3.80.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Moved to 60-day IL

    The Rockies placed Marquez (elbow) on the 60-day injured list Friday. Marquez underwent Tommy John surgery last week, so a trip to the 60-day IL was inevitable. He will be shut down for the rest of the season and likely won't return until the back half of the 2024 campaign, although it's not entirely clear who he might be pitching for by then -- the Rockies hold a $16 million club option for 2023 on Marquez, which they could decline even if they then end up re-signing him to a more team-friendly deal.
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  • Rockies' German Marquez: Getting Tommy John surgery

    Marquez (elbow) revealed Tuesday that he needs Tommy John surgery, Danielle Allentuck of The Denver Gazette reports. Marquez expressed concern that he might require the reconstructive elbow surgery when he was placed on the injured list last Friday, and now his worst fears have been realized. There's no set date yet for the procedure, but it's going to knock him out until at least the midway point of the 2024 season. Colorado will almost certainly decline his $16 million club option in November, making him a free agent with several more months of rehab ahead. It's a brutal blow for the 28-year-old right-hander and for the Rockies, who may have looked to finally trade him this summer before he suffered the serious elbow injury.
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