Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 861.4 58.3 5 5 78 36 6.79 1.53
2022 692.2 26.7 2 1 2 30 10 2.36 1.50
3y Avg. 91.51.8 47.0 4 4 1 61 25 4.60 1.43
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  • Braves' Aaron Bummer: Dealt to Atlanta

    Bummer was traded from the White Sox to Atlanta on Thursday in exchange for Michael Soroka (forearm), Jared Shuster, Nicky Lopez, Braden Shewmake and Riley Gowens. Bummer was commonly used in high-leverage situations by the White Sox in 2023, as he managed 15 holds in 61 appearances. While he maintained only a 6.79 ERA and 1.53 WHIP, his 78:36 K:BB across 58.1 innings suggests there's plenty of upside in his profile. Bummer could emerge as one of Atlanta's top setup men for Raisel Iglesias in 2024.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Getting looks in high leverage

    Bummer has recorded three holds in his last five appearances for the White Sox. Bummer has had an up-and-down season, but the White Sox gutted their bullpen at the trade deadline. In turn, he's been asked to pitch in a higher-leverage role of late, and he's maintained a 1.09 WHIP with an 18:8 K:BB across 15.2 innings since the All-Star break. Gregory Santos is the team's preferred closer at this point, though Bummer could get a look if Santos stumbles in the role.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Scheduled to pitch Friday

    Bummer (lat) is scheduled to appear in Friday's Cactus League game against the Athletics, Scott Merkin of reports. Bummer will be making his Cactus League debut against Oakland after missing the start of spring training with soreness in his right lat. The right-hander isn't a lock to make the Opening Day roster because of how much time he'll have missed, but his stint on the injured list would likely be short if he isn't available for the start of the season. Bummer could be in line for save chances for the White Sox at some point in 2023 with no defined closer for Chicago to begin the campaign.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Throws first bullpen session

    Bummer (lat) threw a bullpen session Thursday, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. It's the first time he's thrown off a mound since he went down with some left lat soreness in early February. The White Sox will wait to see how Bummer recovers Friday before deciding the next step. The team remains hopeful that Bummer will be ready for Opening Day, but he can't afford any missteps.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: On track with shoulder/lat issue

    White Sox manager Pedro Grifol said Wednesday that Bummer (shoulder/lat) is on track to be ready for Opening Day, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Bummer came down with some discomfort in his left shoulder/lat in early February and is behind the other relievers in White Sox camp, but there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of concern. "I think he's on pace. I haven't heard anything different," said Grifol. "He's feeling good ... the last time I spoke to our trainers, he's on pace." Bummer, 29, might be in line for a healthy share of save chances this season given the uncertainty around Liam Hendriks following his non-Hodgkin's lymphoma diagnosis in January.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Saves game in extra innings

    Bummer picked up the save Saturday against the Tigers, allowing one run on one hit while striking out one batter and walking none over one inning. Although Bummer gave up a run in the 11th inning of Saturday's contest, the White Sox had already given him two runs of wiggle room. Bummer was credited with the save, his second of the season. In five innings this month, the reliever has a blown save and two wins in addition to Saturday's save.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Shifts to 60-day injured list

    Bummer (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Friday. The move creates space for the White Sox to select Mark Payton's contract. It should have minimal impact on Bummer's return timeline, as he's eligible to return as soon as Saturday. He might not be ready quite that quickly, but he shouldn't be out too much longer, as he began a rehab assignment Tuesday.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Nearing rehab assignment

    Bummer (shoulder) will begin a rehab assignment at Triple-A Charlotte on Tuesday, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Bummer has been throwing off a mound over the last several weeks and will now return to game action with the minor-league club. The southpaw expects to be at Charlotte for approximately a week, which would likely put him on track to rejoin the White Sox at some point during their road trip in Seattle that begins Sept. 5.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Not yet throwing off mound

    Manager Tony La Russa said Thursday that Bummer (shoulder) isn't yet throwing off a mound, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Bummer has been on the injured list since June 12 due to a left lat strain but has made slow progress in his recovery over the past month. He's unlikely to have a return timetable until he's able to progress in a throwing program.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Recovery moving slowly

    Bummer (shoulder) has yet to begin a throwing program, Scott Merkin of reports. General manager Rick Hahn expanded upon Bummer's injury Monday, noting that the issue was in the tendon connecting the shoulder and lat. Bummer continues to progress, but the team is playing his return cautiously to ensure the area is fully healed.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: To IL with lat strain

    Bummer was placed on the 15-day injured list Sunday with a left lat strain. It had not negatively impacted his performance, as Bummer has a 10-inning scoreless streak going over his last 12 appearances. Tanner Banks was recalled to take his place in the bullpen.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Activated from injured list

    Bummer (knee) was activated from the 15-day injured list and will serve as the 27th man for Sunday's doubleheader against the Yankees. Bummer has been sidelined the last couple weeks by a right knee strain, but he'll rejoin the active roster without requiring a minor-league rehab assignment. The 28-year-old is likely to remain on the big-league roster beyond Sunday, so the White Sox will need to send down another player after the twin bill.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Expected back Sunday

    Bummer (knee) is expected to return from the injured list when first eligible Sunday, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Bummer has been out with a sore knee since early May, but it looks as though he won't need more than a minimum-length absence. He wasn't at his best prior to the injury, posting a 4.91 ERA over 11 innings, but he recorded a 2.63 ERA over the previous three seasons and should be one of the White Sox's top bullpen options going forward if he can get back to that level.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Anticipates short stay

    Bummer (knee) believes he can return from the injured list in the minimum 15 days, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Bummer will be eligible to return May 22 and seemingly has a chance to do so, but it's unclear whether his optimism is shared by the White Sox organization. He wasn't at his best prior to the injury, as he struggled to a 4.91 ERA and 1.73 WHIP in 11 innings.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Ticketed for IL with sore knee

    White Sox manager Tony La Russa said after Sunday's 3-2 win over the Red Sox that Bummer is slated to land on the injured list with a sore knee, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Bummer presumably picked up the injury during his most recent relief appearance Friday, when he tossed a scoreless inning en route to notching his seventh hold of the season. The White Sox will likely make the transaction official prior to Monday's series opener with the Guardians.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Records loss in extra innings

    Bummer (0-1) recorded the loss Thursday, allowing three runs on a hit and two walks with two strikeouts over 1.2 innings in a 5-2 extra-inning loss to the Royals. The southpaw is part of the high-leverage mix for the White Sox, and with Liam Hendriks (back) unavailable, Bummer got the call in a tie game in the top of the 10th. He couldn't get the job done, however, and while he has a save and four holds on the season, he's also been charged with a blown save and a loss in his last two appearances. Should Hendriks miss significant time, Bummer could find himself in the mix for saves, but Kendall Graveman would likely be the next man up for Chicago.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Secures save Saturday

    Bummer tossed a scoreless ninth inning, allowing two hits and striking out three on the way to a save in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Tigers. With Liam Hendriks unavailable after blowing the save in Thursday's loss to the Tigers, the left-hander was called upon to get the save Saturday. Bummer allowed back-to-back singles to Miguel Cabrera and Jonathan Schoop to open the bottom of the ninth inning, but he was able to dance out of trouble and strike out the next three batters he faced to end the game and pick up the save. The 28-year-old has allowed two runs on four hits and a walk while striking out five batters in 1.2 innings so far in 2022.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Charged with Game 2 loss

    Bummer (0-1) allowed three runs on three hits and no walks while striking out one in a third of an inning to take the loss against the Astros in Game 2 of the ALDS on Friday. Bummer entered Friday's postseason matchup to preserve a tie in the bottom of the seventh inning, but he gave up singles to three of the four batters he faced prior to his removal. The southpaw finished the regular season by tossing 11 scoreless innings across his final 13 appearances but was unable to generate the same success in Game 2.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Credited with win

    Bummer (3-5) did not allow a hit or walk while striking out one over a scoreless seventh inning to pick up the win over the Angels on Tuesday. Starter Lucas Giolito came off the injured list and was removed after 87 pitches and four innings with the White Sox leading 7-3. That left the door open for a reliever to pick up the win, but the official scorer bypassed two relievers to credit Bummer with the win. The two relievers prior to Bummer combined to allow five baserunners over two scoreless innings. Bummer has pitched well of late, giving up one run with no walks and seven strikeouts over the last six innings.
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  • White Sox's Aaron Bummer: Takes fifth loss

    Bummer (2-5) took the loss Wednesday versus Toronto. He allowed two runs (one earned) on three hits while striking out two in two-thirds of an inning. Bummer fanned Marcus Semien and Vladimir Guerrero to open the eighth inning, but he allowed a run on three straight singles before Jose Ruiz relieved him. Ruiz then allowed an inherited runner to score after an error and a walk, but it was Bummer who took the loss. The southpaw has a 4.36 ERA, 1.52 WHIP and 62:28 K:BB across 43.1 innings this year. He's added 16 holds, two saves and six blown saves in a high-leverage role, although he's now allowed runs in consecutive outings for the first time since late May.
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