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Apr 1, 2024 3.0 0 0 9.00 1.5

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Chase Silseth continues to tease with his fantasy potential around issues both in and out of his control. The highlights of his 2023 season include a 12-strikeout performance against the Mariners in early August and a 10-strikeout performance against the Yankees in late July while his lowlights include getting chased before the fourth inning with 4+ earned runs against both the Orioles and Rays along with being concussed by an errant throw during a rundown in a start against the Mets in late August. Between Salt Lake and Anaheim, Silteth worked 98 innings with 104 strikeouts, 46 walks, and 10 homers despite his groundball tilt. Both his slider and splitter generated whiffs a third of the time, but his fastball is average at best yet he throws it over half the time because he falls behind in the count more than he should. Better execution and command would allow Silseth to take a nice step forward in 2024 as long as his body holds up.

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2024 73.5 8.0 1 12 4 6.75 1.50
2023 1197.4 52.3 4 1 56 26 3.96 1.28
2022 263.7 28.7 1 3 24 12 6.59 1.57
3y Avg. 695.8 40.7 2 2 40 19 4.87 1.38
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Moving out of Triple-A rotation

    Silseth was removed from Triple-A Salt Lake's rotation after giving up six runs (five earned) on 10 hits and two walks while striking out one batter over 5.2 innings in his most recent start June 27, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. Silseth won the Angels' No. 5 starter job coming out of spring training, but he made just two turns through the rotation before landing on the 60-day injured list in April with elbow inflammation. Even though he's now considered fully healthy and the Halos' starting pitching depth has only been further tested by injuries as the season has unfolded, the Angels weren't willing to open a rotation spot for Silseth after he struggled across his five-start rehab assignment in the minors. Silseth didn't show much improvement June 27 in his first start since being activated, so he'll now head to the Triple-A bullpen in what's expected to be a temporary move while he looks to improve his control and regain velocity following his recent absence due to the elbow injury. The Angels are still seemingly viewing Silseth as a starter over the long haul, but he doesn't look as though he'll be a realistic option for the big-league rotation anytime soon.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Activated, optioned to Triple-A

    The Angels reinstated Silseth (elbow) from the 60-day injured list Tuesday and optioned him to Triple-A Salt Lake. Silseth has allowed 14 earned runs at Triple-A across just 12.1 innings over three starts since beginning his rehab assignment. Although he seems to have made a full recovery from the elbow injury that forced him onto the IL in April, his poor performance will keep him in the minors for the time being. If the 24-year-old righty is able to right the ship, he may be able to reclaim a spot in Los Angeles' rotation.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Works 4.2 innings

    Silseth (elbow) allowed five earned runs on eight hits and three walks while striking out two across 4.2 innings in a rehab outing with Triple-A Salt Lake on Friday. The surface stats aren't encouraging for Silseth, but he built up to 92 pitches. The Angels were originally expected to activate him and insert him back into the rotation this past Wednesday against the Athletics, but the big club ultimately had him make one more tune-up outing in the minors. After another poor showing Friday, Silseth has now allowed 14 earned runs across 12.1 frames with Salt Lake. The underwhelming results could cause the Angels to reassess his role in the short term, as he might be activated from the 60-day injured list and optioned to Triple-A once his 30-day rehab window draws to a close.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Set for another rehab start

    Silseth (elbow) will make another rehab start with Triple-A Salt Lake on Friday, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. Silseth is set for a fifth rehab start and third with Salt Lake. The 24-year-old has been on the injured list since April 8 due right elbow inflammation, but he appears to be closing in on a return from the 60-day injured list. Through two starts at Triple-A, Silseth has struggled overall, surrendering nine runs on 11 hits and eight walks while striking out seven batters over 7.2 innings. He'll look to put together a more successful outing Friday versus Reno. If Silseth performs well, he could come off the IL as soon as June 26 against the Athletics to fill the vacant No. 5 spot in the Angels rotation.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Goes five innings in rehab start

    Silseth (elbow) struck out four and allowed three earned runs on seven hits and three walks over five innings in his rehab start Sunday with Triple-A Salt Lake. Making the fourth start of his rehab assignment and his second in a row with Salt Lake, Silseth built up to 78 pitches. Though he threw only 47 strikes, issued three free passes and uncorked one wild pitch, Silseth's outing still represented a step forward from his last rehab start Tuesday, when he walked five over 2.2 innings. According to MLB.com, Angels manager Ron Washington said that Silseth could return from the 60-day injured list to make his next appearance with the big club, though a decision on that front will depend on how the right-hander feels physically coming out of the Triple-A start.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Works four frames in rehab start

    Silseth (elbow) struck out seven over four scoreless innings while allowing three hits and no walks in his second rehab start Thursday in the rookie-level Arizona Complex League. Silseth has now turned in seven scoreless frames over his first two rehab outings in Arizona. Though Silseth has yet to walk a batter in either start, he hasn't exhibited pristine control, as he's uncorked two wild pitches and has hit two batters between those contests. More importantly, however, Silseth hasn't experienced any setbacks with his right elbow and has continued to increase his workload. He built up to 56 pitches Thursday and could reach the 70-pitch mark in his third rehab start, which will likely come Tuesday or Wednesday with a yet-to-be-determined affiliate. After he completes his next rehab start, Silseth could be cleared to return from the 60-day injured list and slot back into the Angels rotation.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Kicks off rehab assignment

    Silseth (elbow) threw three scoreless innings Friday, allowing one hit and striking out three batters in a rehab appearance with the Angels' Arizona Complex League team. Silseth looked good in the outing and threw 23 of his 39 pitches for strikes. The right-hander has been on the shelf since April 8 but is nearing eligibility to return from the 60-day IL. Silseth will almost certainly need at least one, and likely multiple, additional rehab starts before he's ready to be activated. With the struggling Reid Detmers demoted to the minors Saturday, there is a space in the big-league rotation available for Silseth upon his return.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Throwing bullpen sessions

    Silseth (elbow) tossed 25-pitch bullpen sessions May 17 and May 20, MLB.com reports. Silseth has been gradually progressing from the right elbow inflammation that he initially felt in a start against Boston on April 7. The right-hander was moved to the 60-day injured list April 30 and isn't eligible to be activated until June 7. Given the length of his layoff, Silseth will almost certainly need multiple minor-league rehab appearances before he's ready to return to the Angels rotation.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Moved to 60-day IL

    The Angels transferred Silseth to the 60-day injured list Tuesday. Silseth has been on the injured list since April 8 due to right elbow inflammation. He has not thrown at all since landing on the IL and does not have a clear timetable to return, though he won't be eligible to come off the injured list until June 7.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Tagged with three homers

    Silseth (0-1) allowed three runs on three hits and two walks over five innings Sunday, striking out seven and taking a loss against Boston. All three hits against Silseth came in the span of four batters during the third inning, and all three left the park. He's now given up six earned runs through eight innings in two starts despite a strong 12:4 K:BB. Silseth forced nine swinging strikes on 91 pitches Sunday after getting 13 whiffs on 76 pitches in his season debut. Silseth is currently lined up for a rematch in Boston next weekend.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Tosses four frames

    Silseth allowed one run on two hits and three walks over four innings Friday in the Angels' win over Oakland. He struck out three and did not factor in the decision. Silseth returned from the injured list Friday to make his first appearance since Aug. 26. The lone damage against him came on Brent Rooker's RBI double in the third inning. Silseth posted a 3.96 ERA with a 56:26 K:BB through 52.1 MLB innings this season. In seven appearances since the All-Star break, he registered a 3.21 ERA.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Back from injured list

    The Angels reinstated Silseth from the 7-day concussion IL on Thursday. Silseth landed on the 7-day injured list Aug. 29, but lingering discomfort and uneasiness prolonged his stay. He made two rehab starts with Triple-A Salt Lake, giving up two runs over 3.2 innings while striking out five batters and walking sixth, and he is now set to make his final major-league start of the season Friday versus Oakland. Kolton Ingram was optioned to Salt Lake in a corresponding move.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Makes second rehab start

    Silseth (concussion) made his second rehab start with Triple-A Salt Lake on Friday, striking out four and scattering two hits and four walks over 3.1 scoreless innings. Silseth retired just one batter while giving up two runs in his first rehab outing for Salt Lake this past Sunday, but he fared much better while returning to the bump five days later. Though he wasn't especially efficient, Silseth stretched out to 60 pitches (29 strikes) and looks as though he'll be a candidate to return from the 7-day injured list for the final week of the season. Silseth could slot into the Angels rotation as soon as next Wednesday against the Rangers, though next weekend's series versus Oakland might be a more realistic target for his return.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Inefficient in short rehab start

    Silseth (concussion) recorded one out and allowed two earned runs on three hits and two walks in his rehab start Sunday for Triple-A Salt Lake. Silseth spotted just 14 of his 30 pitches for strikes in what was his first outing since he landed on the Angels' 7-day injured list Aug. 29 after being diagnosed with a concussion. It's unclear whether the Angels' plan was for Silseth to make only a brief rehab start Sunday, or if he was lifted from the outing early due to some sort of physical issue. Even if Silseth came out of the rehab start with a clean bill of health and is activated from the IL to fill the opening in the big club's six-man rotation this coming weekend in Minnesota, he could be held to a limited pitch count in his return.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Making rehab start Sunday

    Silseth (concussion) is making a rehab start with Triple-A Salt Lake on Sunday, Erica Weston of Bally Sports West reports. The right-hander continues to work his way back from the concussion he suffered on a cross-infield throw in late August, and his return to game action is a strong indication he's close to rejoining the Angels. If he requires only the one rehab start, Silseth could be back in the Halos' rotation next weekend in Minnesota.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Return date uncertain

    Angels manager Phil Nevin said Monday that Silseth (concussion) won't be an option to start Wednesday's series finale in Seattle, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. "There's just little minor things that are still affecting him a little bit," Nevin said of Silseth. "He's building up his workouts. He's building up his bullpens...got to get through everything without any sort of discomfort and any uneasiness." Silseth has seemingly made progress in his recovery from the concussion since landing on the 7-day injured list Aug. 29, but the young right-hander looks like he won't be an option to pitch this week while he continues to build his arm back up following the recent shutdown. The Angels will thus need to break in a new starter into their six-man rotation Wednesday, though a replacement has yet to be named.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Won't pitch this weekend

    Manager Phil Nevin said Wednesday that Silseth (concussion) won't be activated from the 7-day injured list to pitch during the Angels' four-game series with the Guardians that begins Thursday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. The Angels are still planning to maintain a six-man rotation even though Silseth won't be able to pitch this weekend. Anaheim is set to call up Davis Daniel from Triple-A Salt Lake to fill the sixth spot in the rotation Thursday, while Griffin Canning, Tyler Anderson and Kenny Rosenberg have been named as the Angels' starters from Friday through Sunday. According to MLB.com, Silseth is still dealing with some discomfort after he sustained a concussion when he was hit in the head by an errant throw in his Aug. 26 start versus the Mets.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Placed on concussion IL

    The Angels placed Silseth (concussion) on the 7-day injured list Tuesday. Silseth had to be hospitalized after taking a cross-infield throw to the back of the head during his start Saturday against the Mets. He was initially cleared of a concussion, but the Angels will play it safe with the 23-year-old right-hander as he continues to be evaluated. Silseth has pitched to a 4.10 ERA, 1.28 WHIP and 53:23 K:BB through 48.1 innings (seven starts, eight relief appearances) this season.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Discharged from hospital

    Silseth (head) was released from the hospital Saturday and hasn't been diagnosed with a concussion, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. "I think we avoided something serious, but with head injuries you always want to be cautious," Angels manager Phil Nevin said of Silseth. Silseth was sent to the hospital for observation after exiting his start in Saturday's 5-3 win in the fourth inning, when he was hit in the head when teammate Trey Cabbage threw the baseball across the diamond. The right-hander was down on the field for several minutes before walking off under his own power, but he was still sent to the hospital, only to be discharged hours later. While Silseth appears to have avoided any concussion symptoms for the time being and is believed to be dealing with only a headache, he's still not guaranteed to make his next turn through the rotation, which would likely fall next weekend in Oakland.
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  • Angels' Chase Silseth: Undergoing tests at hospital

    Silseth is undergoing tests at a hospital after being struck in the back of the head by a throw in Saturday's game versus the Mets, Erica Weston of Bally Sports West reports. First baseman Trey Cabbage was trying to throw a runner out at third base in the fourth inning but hit Silseth before the ball could reach its intended destination. Weston notes that Silseth was alert and speaking before leaving for the hospital and even joked about whether he was covering the right base, which seems like a good sign. The Angels will update the pitcher's status once the results of the tests are in.
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