Justin Verlander

SP · Houston Astros

Bats R Throws R
Height 6'5" Weight 225
DOB 1983-02-20 Age 41.2
Hometown Manakin-Sabot, VA
2024 Fantasy Rankings

NFBC ADP (15-team): 13.02, 182nd

Season Projections

SourceFPtsGSIPWLQSKBBHHRHBPRERERAWHIP
ATC284.422129.797101213711919562573.931.18
Draft Buddy330.025150.0118121404213721672663.961.19
Steamer327.126155.5108131464115024678734.191.22
THE BAT286.222127.196101263710819559553.881.14
Zeile314.725145.810712131411362100653.961.20

ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Draft Buddy projections by Mike MacGregor. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

Fantasy Baseball News Last 90 Days

  • Justin Verlander Picks Up Win In Season Debut

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    Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander went six innings in his season debut on Friday and picked up the win in a 5-3 victory over the Nationals. The veteran hurler allowed two earned runs on four hits (one HR) and didn't walk a batter while striking out four. It looks like the 41-year-old won't miss a beat despite missing the first few weeks of the season. Even though his K% has gone down in three consecutive seasons and Contact% has gone up in each of those seasons, the 3x Cy Young winner has remained effective, going 13-8 last season with a 3.22 ERA, 1.13 WHIP, and 14.8% K-BB%. His next start lines up with the Cubs next Thursday in Chicago.

    Apr 20 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander To Make Season Debut Friday

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    Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) will make his 2024 season debut on Friday against the Washington Nationals, according to manager Joe Espada. The team's other starters will shift back a day, with Ronel Blanco going on Saturday and Cristian Javier taking the hill on Sunday. Verlander didn't pitch at all during spring training due to right-shoulder inflammation but is now ready after making a couple minor-league rehab starts and throwing a successful bullpen session on Tuesday. The 41-year-old three-time Cy Young winner didn't look particularly sharp in the minors but got up to 77 pitches in his final rehab start. Don't be surprised if the Astros have a short leash on the future Hall of Famer in his first start of the year in the big leagues this weekend.

    Apr 17 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander To Start On Friday Or Saturday

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    Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander (shoulder) is set to make his return from the injured list. The veteran right-hander will make his season debut either Friday or Saturday versus the Washington Nationals. The 41-year-old has been brought along slowly while he recovers from a shoulder injury. He's finally ready to return after having no issues during a recent bullpen outing. It's uncertain if the Astros will have Verlander on a pitch count or limited in some capacity. Regardless, fantasy managers in season-long formats can get him back in their lineups this weekend.

    Apr 16 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Could Make Season Debut This Weekend

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    Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) will throw a bullpen session on Tuesday, and if all goes well, he will return to the team's starting rotation this weekend to face the Washington Nationals in his 2024 debut, according to manager Joe Espada. Verlander said he feels ready despite giving up five earned runs on seven hits while walking a batter in four innings (77 pitches) in a minor-league rehab start for Double-A Corpus Christi on Saturday. The Astros could really use the 41-year-old three-time Cy Young winner back in their banged-up rotation, and a start this weekend against the Nats would be a plus matchup for fantasy managers in Verlander's first start of the year. Don't expect ace-like numbers from Verlander at his age, but he still has the potential to be a strong No. 3 if he can stay healthy.

    Apr 15 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Could Make Season Debut On Friday

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    Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander (shoulder) is quickly approaching his season debut. Verlander was unable to throw at all during Spring Training but has made minor league rehab appearances over the past week and is just about complete with his recovery process. Manager Joe Espada expressed that the three-time Cy Young Award winner could make his season debut on Friday as the Astros will take on the Washington Nationals. The Astros are in need of a spark due to their early season struggles. The future Hall-Of-Famer will slot right into the rotation when cleared.

    Apr 14 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander To Make Rehab Start On Saturday

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    Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander (shoulder) is scheduled to make his next minor league rehab start on Saturday at Double-A Corpus Christi. The 41-year-old appears to be progressing well and could return after this outing. Obviously, the Astros don't want to rush back Verlander, but they need help in the rotation. Fantasy managers will have to check back after Saturday to see how Verlander is feeling. He'll be a must-have fantasy option once he's back on the mound.

    Apr 12 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Astros Won't Rush Back Justin Verlander

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    The Houston Astros are still committed to Justin Verlander (shoulder) making another minor-league rehab start this weekend, manager Joe Espada said following Thursday's 13-3 loss to the Kansas City Royals. Even though Framber Valdez (elbow) is on the injured list and Hunter Brown couldn't make it through the first inning on Thursday, there's still no thought of inserting Verlander back into an Astros rotation that really needs length. The club is taking the cautious route with the 41-year-old star right-hander, who is working his way back from right shoulder inflammation. Barring any setbacks, Verlander should be available to Houston's rotation in late April after collecting a 3.31 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, and 63:14 K:BB over 68 innings with the Stros last season. Ronel Blanco has filled in admirably with 15 one-hit innings thus far, but he faces a tough test against the defending-champion Texas Rangers during the Lone Star Series on Saturday.

    Apr 11 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander To Make Rehab Start This Weekend

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    Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander (shoulder) is scheduled to make another rehab start over the weekend. It doesn't sound like the organization has decided on which day Verlander will start. He threw 65 pitches during a rehab start with Triple-A Sugarland on Sunday. It wasn't great results for the veteran right-hander but the main focus is getting him healthy. It sounds like the organization plans to have Verlander throw a bullpen session on Wednesday as well. The hope is that Verlander can get back in the Astros rotation by the end of April.

    Apr 8 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Completes Three Innings In Rehab Outing

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    Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander (shoulder) threw 65 pitches for Triple-A Sugar Land on Sunday in what was his first in-game appearance of the season. Verlander struggled, allowing six runs on seven hits in three-plus innings, but that isn't what is important here as he is still building up after experiencing right shoulder issues during spring training. The Astros were optimistic that Verlander would only need to make two rehab starts, and him getting to 65 pitches in this one is a positive sign. He will likely make another start later this week and could join Houston's rotation shortly after that.

    Apr 8 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Scheduled For Rehab Start Sunday

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    Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) is scheduled to start for Triple-A Sugar Land on Sunday, according to manager Joe Espada. Verlander will throw a bullpen session on Thursday at Minute Maid Park before going on his minor-league rehab assignment. The Astros are optimistic that Verlander will only need two starts at Sugar Land before rejoining Houston's starting rotation. The future Hall of Famer and three-time Cy Young winner didn't pitch at all during spring training due to right-shoulder issues, but he hasn't had any setbacks while building his arm up and could make his 2024 debut for Houston in late April. Verlander shouldn't be viewed as a fantasy ace anymore, but it doesn't mean he still can't be productive as a No. 3 or 4 starter if he stays healthy.

    Apr 3 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Nearing Rehab Assignment

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    Houston Astros manager Joe Espada said that right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) will throw a bullpen session in Houston on Thursday and will then pitch in a minor-league rehab game a few days after that. Verlander threw a three-inning, 52-pitch simulated game on Monday and came away without any setbacks to his right shoulder. The 41-year-old three-time Cy Young winner didn't pitch at all in spring training and will now build up his arm in minor-league games before potentially making his 2024 debut for the Astros before the end of April. But because he didn't pitch in any Grapefruit League games this spring, don't be surprised if Verlander needs two or three rehab games before being activated from the injured list.

    Apr 2 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Throws Three-Inning BP Session Monday

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    Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) threw a three-inning, 52-pitch live batting practice session on Monday. He said that ramping up to full velocity after an inning break was his focus again. Asked if he expects to go on a minor-league rehab assignment next, Verlander said, "I think so." Verlander was forced to start the year on the injured list due to shoulder issues he experienced in the offseason, but he's ramping up now and getting closer to making his 2024 season debut. Still, the 41-year-old is probably going to need at least several minor-league rehab starts, which means we won't see him back in Houston's starting rotation until late April or early May. The future Hall of Famer is no longer a fantasy ace, but he can still contribute in mixed leagues when he's healthy.

    Apr 1 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Closing In On Rehab Assignment

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    Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander (shoulder), who started the season on the 15-day injured list, inched closer to going out on a minor-league rehab assignment when he threw a bullpen session before Friday's game versus the New York Yankees. On March 5, the Astros decided to have Verlander begin the season on the IL because there wasn't enough time to get him fully ready before Opening Day. Although he showed up to camp a couple of weeks behind schedule due to right shoulder inflammation, the 41-year-old future Hall of Famer's absence isn't likely to extend very deep into the regular season. If all goes well in his recovery, Verlander should be able to return to Houston's rotation by the end of April. Until the veteran right-hander is ready make his 2024 debut, Ronel Blanco will occupy a rotation spot and carry short-term fantasy streaming appeal in favorable matchups.

    Mar 30 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Throws Successful Live BP Session

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    Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) threw two simulated innings (32 pitches) during his live batting practice session on Tuesday and sat at 92-94 mph and touched 95 mph on the stadium radar gun in his first inning at Minute Maid Park. Manager Joe Espada said on Monday that if all goes well with Verlander's session on Tuesday, his next step will be starting a minor-league rehab assignment. The 41-year-old veteran said he felt good on Tuesday and wants to build up his pitch count to 85 before making his 2024 debut for the Astros. Houston isn't going to rush the process, so fantasy managers that have Verlander stashed for rotation depth this year shouldn't be surprised if he doesn't make his season debut until May.

    Mar 26 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander To Throw Live Batting Practice Tuesday

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    Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) will throw a two-inning live batting practice session on Tuesday at Minute Maid Park in Houston. If that session goes well, Verlander could start a rehab assignment after that, according to manager Joe Espada. The 41-year-old three-time Cy Young winner wasn't able to pitch at all in spring training due to shoulder issues that lingered this offseason. Verlander is going to begin the regular season on the injured list, and the Astros aren't going to rush the future Hall of Famer back, so we should expect him to make at least several rehab starts in the minor leagues. There's a good chance that Verlander won't make his 2024 debut until May. Verlander can still be effective when healthy, but he's no longer a fantasy ace.

    Mar 25 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Won't Pitch In Grapefruit League Game

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    Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) faced hitters in camp on Wednesday in a live batting practice session. Verlander looked good while throwing 20 pitches, according to manager Joe Espada. However, Verlander will not pitch in a Grapefruit League game or in the two exhibition contests at Minute Maid Park next week before Opening Day next week, which means he will need a full minor-league rehab assignment. The Astros aren't going to push the 41-year-old veteran as he continues to progress from a right-shoulder issue this spring. The nine-time All-Star appears to be making good progress, but he's going to start the season on the injured list, and it won't be a surprise if he doesn't make his 2024 debut until May.

    Mar 21 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Expected To Face Hitters In The Next Day Or Two

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    Houston Astros manager Joe Espada said that right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) should face hitters "in the next day or two" in camp. Verlander came into spring training with right-shoulder issues, but he threw another bullpen session on Sunday and is ramping up with the start of the 2024 regular season right around the corner. The 41-year-old future Hall of Famer and three-time Cy Young winner is going to start the year on the injured list and might not make his 2024 debut until late April or early May. He became the first pitcher age 40 or older to win 12 games and post an ERA below 3.25 since 2013, so Verlander can clearly still be effective despite his age. However, injuries are a big concern, and his fantasy value has obviously dropped considerably in 2024 now that he could miss the first month of the season.

    Mar 18 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Astros Still In Play To Sign Blake Snell

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    The Houston Astros have remained engaged in the starting pitching market, according to multiple people with knowledge of the team's plans, and it stands to reason that free-agent left-hander Blake Snell may emerge as their top target. "As I've said multiple times, we always have our foot on the gas when it comes to winning and acquiring pitching," general manager Dana Brown said. "As long as Snell is on the market, we check in to ask what is the latest. Nothing new as of now." Adding another starting pitcher would help Houston's rotation, which won't have Justin Verlander (shoulder) for the start of the year. Snell made 32 starts for the San Diego Padres in 2023 and had a major-league-low 2.25 ERA to carry him to his second Cy Young award. However, he also issued a league-high 99 walks, which is part of the reason he remains unsigned.

    Mar 15 · Source via Houston Astros Blake Snell Justin Verlander
  • Offseason In Review: Houston Astros

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    The Astros entered the offseason anticipating a few depth acquisitions. An injury to one of their anticipated setup relievers spurred them in another direction: a bold strike for one of the sport’s best late-game weapons. Major League Signings LHP Josh Hader: Five years, $95MM C Victor Caratini: Two years, $12MM 2024 spending: $25MM Total spending: $107MM Option…

    Mar 14 · MLB Trade Rumors Offseason Houston Astros Bryan Abreu Jose Altuve Yordan Alvarez Spencer Arrighetti Brandon Bielak Ronel Blanco Alex Bregman Hunter Brown Trey Cabbage Victor Caratini Dylan Coleman J.P. France Luis Garcia Chris Gittens Kendall Graveman Josh Hader Cristian Javier Joel Kuhnel Seth Martinez Chas McCormick Lance McCullers Jr. Rafael Montero Oliver Ortega Ryan Pressly Tayler Scott Drew Strotman Wander Suero Kyle Tucker Framber Valdez Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Close To Facing Hitters

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    Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander (shoulder) is close to progressing to facing hitters again. Astros manager Joe Espada recently said that Verlander is slated to throw another bullpen session on Thursday. The team will wait and see how Verlander feels after that before deciding on when he'll face hitters again. The 41-year-old will open the season on the injured list, but it doesn't sound like Verlander is going to miss an extended period of time.

    Mar 13 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander To Begin Season On Injured List

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    Astros ace Justin Verlander will begin the season on the injured list, manager Joe Espada announced Tuesday morning (X link via Matt Kawahara of the Houston Chronicle). There’s been no setback for Verlander after he initially reported some soreness in his right shoulder, Espada emphasized, but the 41-year-old will simply need more time to get…

    Mar 5 · MLB Trade Rumors Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Will Start On Injured List

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    Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) will start the 2024 regular season on the injured list, manager Joe Espada confirmed on Tuesday. Verlander's right shoulder didn't respond the way he'd hoped this offseason, which caused him to come to spring training behind all the other starting pitchers. The 41-year-old three-time Cy Young winner has been throwing bullpen sessions in camp but has yet to be cleared to face live hitters. It doesn't appear to be a serious issue, but the Astros aren't going to rush an aging pitcher who has had injury issues in recent seasons. There's no guarantee that Verlander will be ready to go when he's eligible to come off the injured list on April 11. The future Hall of Famer is no longer a fantasy ace and comes with plenty of injury risk as a No. 3 or 4 starter for fantasy managers.

    Mar 5 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Throws Bullpen Session

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    Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) threw around 60 pitches during his bullpen session on Sunday morning. Verlander worked out of both the stretch and from the windup and appeared to throw some breaking pitches. The Astros are expected to determine if he's ready to face hitters next in camp. The 41-year-old's shoulder didn't respond the way he would have hoped this offseason, so he entered spring training behind the team's other pitchers. Even if Verlander moves to live batting practice sessions next, there's no guarantee he won't open the 2024 regular season on the injured list as a precaution. The future Hall of Famer was still productive for fantasy managers last year, but injuries aren't going to go away, making him more of a No. 3 starter than a fantasy ace now days.

    Mar 3 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander To Throw Another Bullpen Sunday

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    Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) will throw another bullpen session in camp on Sunday, and the Astros will determine Verlander's next step after that. The next step in his progression will be to get cleared to face live hitters, but the Astros aren't going to rush the 41-year-old, especially given all of his injuries in recent seasons. The future Hall of Famer had a late start to the 2023 campaign due to an injury but ended up finishing 13-8 with a 3.22 ERA (3.85 FIP) and 1.13 WHIP with 45 walks and 144 strikeouts in 162 1/3 innings over 27 starts. Houston isn't ruling out Verlander for Opening Day, but it's more likely than not that he'll open the year on the injured list as a precaution. Verlander can still be useful as a No. 3 or 4 starter for fantasy managers, but he's become a pretty big injury risk at the tail end of his career.

    Mar 1 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Not Ready To Face Hitters Yet

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    Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) felt good after his bullpen session on Tuesday, but manager Joe Espada said that the future Hall of Famer is not ready to face hitters yet. However, Espada still isn't ruling Verlander out for Opening Day, but he acknowledged "obviously we're kind of running out of days here." The 41-year-old veteran had a setback with his shoulder this offseason and came to spring training behind the other pitchers. Given Verlander's age and recent injury history, it makes sense for the Astros to slow-play him and give him extra time before throwing him out there, so fantasy managers shouldn't expect him to be in the team's Opening Day rotation. Verlander still has the potential to be useful in fantasy despite his age, but he's a big injury risk and is no longer a fantasy ace.

    Feb 28 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander To Increase Intensity In Next Bullpen

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    Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) will throw another bullpen session on Tuesday with more intensity to move him forward in his rehab, according to manager Joe Espada. Verlander came into spring training behind the team's other pitchers after his right shoulder didn't bounce back properly in the offseason, but he's been throwing low-intensity bullpen sessions in camp, consisting of only fastballs. The Astros haven't ruled the 41-year-old out for the start of the regular season, but it seems more likely than not that he'll open the year on the injured list. Even if Verlander is ready for Opening Day at the end of March, fantasy managers should expect the future Hall of Famer to miss some time at some point in 2024 due to injury. He's a poor bet to stay healthy all year at his age and is no longer the fantasy ace that he once was.

    Feb 26 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Astros Notes: Verlander, Whitley, McCormick

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    Astros ace Justin Verlander discussed his ongoing shoulder issues with reporters (including Chandler Rome of The Athletic) today, and his comments shed little light on whether the veteran righty will be able to take the mound on Opening Day next month. “We still got some time, obviously it’s tight, but things are progressing,” Verlander told…

    Feb 25 · MLB Trade Rumors Houston Astros Chas McCormick Justin Verlander Forrest Whitley
  • Justin Verlander Throws Bullpen Saturday

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    Houston Astros starting pitcher Justin Verlander (shoulder) threw a bullpen session on Saturday, according to Brian McTaggart of MLB.com. Verlander hasn't progressed to facing live batters yet, but he is on track and still figures to be ready for Opening Day. The veteran remains a key piece of Houston's entering his age-41 season, just one year removed from a campaign in which he went 13-8 through 27 starts with the Mets and Astros. He was effective at retiring batters once again last year, tallying 7.98 K/9 and 2.49 BB/9 while posting a 3.85 FIP. Barring any sort of injury setback, Verlander continues to be an appealing fantasy baseball option for 2024.

    Feb 24 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Astros Notes: Verlander, France, Framber, Bullpen

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    Astros camp kicked off last week with the revelation that right-handers Justin Verlander and J.P. France were both slightly behind schedule due to shoulder troubles. Both, however, have been progressing nicely over the past week-plus. Verlander tossed a bullpen session today, after which manager Joe Espada told reporters he’s “encouraged” with his ace’s progression from…

    Feb 22 · MLB Trade Rumors Closers Houston Astros Bryan Abreu J.P. France Josh Hader Ryan Pressly Framber Valdez Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Showing Encouraging Progress

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    Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander's (shoulder) bullpen session went well on Wednesday. "I am encouraged where he's at right now," according to manager Joe Espada. Verlander is behind the other pitchers at spring training after having a setback with his right shoulder during the offseason. The good news, though, is that the 41-year-old future Hall of Famer continues to throw. However, it remains to be seen if he'll need to open the 2024 season on the injured list. It's been amazing to see how well the three-time All-Star has pitched late in his career, but fantasy managers should expect more decline from Verlander this year, as well as more time missed due to injury. But when he's healthy, Verlander still has the ability to be a decent No. 3/4 fantasy starter.

    Feb 22 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander Feeling Good After Throwing Thursday

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    Houston Astros manager Joe Espada said that right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) "walked in today feeling good about how the arm feels" after throwing off a mound on Thursday in spring training. Verlander wasn't going full speed on Thursday, but it's a positive sign regardless as he looks to bounce back after having a setback with his right shoulder this offseason. The 40-year-old is a bit behind the other pitchers and probably isn't going to be ready for the start of Grapefruit League action, but as long as he doesn't have any further setbacks, he could still be ready for Opening Day. The 40-year-old three-time Cy Young winner is an extreme injury risk at this point in his career and is no longer a fantasy ace. He'll even be somewhat risky as a No. 3 starter for fantasy rotations since it would be more of a surprise if he didn't miss time due to injury in 2024.

    Feb 16 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Justin Verlander A Couple Weeks Behind

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    Houston Astros right-hander Justin Verlander (shoulder) said he's a couple weeks behind scheduled and his timetable is to be determined right now. "When I first started playing catch I usually shut it down for a while and this time when I shut it down and picked a ball back up, my shoulder didn't feel so great so I kind of had to take a step back," Verlander said. It's not what you want to hear from a 40-year-old pitcher, although right now it's still not too big of a concern, especially considering that Verlander missed the first five weeks of the 2023 season before going 13-8 with a 3.22 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 144 strikeouts during the regular season. We'll keep a close eye on the three-time Cy Young winner this spring. Even if he's ready to go by Opening Day, fantasy managers must come to grips with the fact that Verlander is an increased health risk at his age.

    Feb 14 · Source via Houston Astros Justin Verlander
  • Pitching Stats

    SeasonTeamFPtsGSIPWLQSKBBHHRHBPRERERAWHIP
    2010DET560.333224.1189222197119014689843.371.16
    2011DET733.034251.0245282505717424373672.400.92
    2012DET612.333238.1178252396019219581702.641.06
    2013DET487.334218.11312222177521219494843.461.31
    2014DET405.032206.0151218159652231851141044.541.40
    2015DET248.320133.158141133211313356503.381.09
    2016DET600.734227.2169272545717130881773.041.00
    2017DET389.028172.0108181766715323376733.821.28
    2017HOU138.0534.05054351741441.060.65
    2018HOU637.034214.0169262903715628863602.520.90
    2019HOU717.034223.0216263004213736666642.580.80
    2020HOU24.016.010171320223.000.67
    2022HOU486.028175.018401852911612643341.750.83
    2023HOU179.01168.07366314629427253.311.12
    2023NYM201.31694.16588131779236333.151.14
    2024HOU21.016.010140410223.000.67
    2024 ATC284.422129.797101213711919562573.931.18
    2024 Draft Buddy330.025150.0118121404213721672663.961.19
    2024 Steamer327.126155.5108131464115024678734.191.22
    2024 THE BAT286.222127.196101263710819559553.881.14
    2024 Zeile314.725145.810712131411362100653.961.20

    Historic stats obtained free of charge from and are copyrighted by Retrosheet. ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Draft Buddy projections by Mike MacGregor. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

    2024

    WeekOppFPtsGSIPWLQSKBBHHRHBPRERERAWHIP
    4at WAS21.016.010140410223.000.67

    2023

    WeekOppFPtsGSIPWLQSKBBHHRHBPRERERAWHIP
    27at ARI, at SEA48.0213.0201134500110.690.69
    26vs BAL11.016.000151800334.501.50
    25vs OAK4.017.001070820556.431.14
    24at TEX25.017.010161410211.290.71
    23vs NYY-2.016.001031840669.001.50
    22at DET, vs BOS50.0211.0201163704000.000.91
    21at MIA13.015.010022900547.202.20
    20vs LAA23.016.010170610334.501.00
    19at NYY7.017.001142710222.571.29
    18vs WAS, at NYY44.3211.1201115700110.791.06
    17vs CWS27.018.010171310111.130.50
    16vs LAD3.015.001066200335.401.60
    15at SD9.016.000123500323.001.33
    14vs SF, vs MIL36.0212.01011131002100.001.08
    13at HOU3.017.001050810445.141.14
    12vs NYY14.016.000160300111.500.50
    11at ATL2.013.0000347105412.003.67
    10vs TOR11.016.001183510111.501.33
    9at COL1.015.0000219006610.802.00
    8vs CLE, vs TB22.0213.0111821130774.851.00
    7at CIN26.017.010172200111.290.57
    6at DET3.015.001051520223.601.20

    2024

    DateOppResultFPtsGSIPWLQSKBBHHRHBPRERERAWHIP
    Apr 19at WASW 5-321.016.010140410223.000.67

    2023

    DateOppResultFPtsGSIPWLQSKBBHHRHBPRERERAWHIP
    Sep 30at ARIW 1-020.015.010053200000.001.00
    Sep 25at SEAW 5-128.018.010181300111.130.50
    Sep 18vs BALL 7-811.016.000151800334.501.50
    Sep 12vs OAKL 2-64.017.001070820556.431.14
    Sep 6at TEXW 12-325.017.010161410211.290.71
    Sep 1vs NYYL 2-6-2.016.001031840669.001.50
    Aug 27at DETW 17-422.015.010072203000.000.80
    Aug 22vs BOSW 7-328.016.010191501000.001.00
    Aug 16at MIAW 12-513.015.010022900547.202.20
    Aug 11vs LAAW 11-323.016.010170610334.501.00
    Aug 5at NYYL 1-37.017.001142710222.571.29
    Jul 30vs WASW 5-219.315.110051500111.691.13
    Jul 25at NYYW 9-325.016.010164200000.001.00
    Jul 19vs CWSW 5-127.018.010171310111.130.50
    Jul 14vs LADL 0-63.015.001066200335.401.60
    Jul 7at SDW 7-59.016.000123500323.001.33
    Jul 1vs SFW 4-126.017.010161500100.000.86
    Jun 26vs MILL 1-210.015.000052502000.001.40
    Jun 20at HOUL 2-43.017.001050810445.141.14
    Jun 14vs NYYW 4-314.016.000160300111.500.50
    Jun 8at ATLL 10-132.013.0000347105412.003.67
    Jun 2vs TORL 0-311.016.001183510111.501.33
    May 27at COLL 7-101.015.0000219006610.802.00
    May 21vs CLEW 2-125.018.010150310111.130.38
    May 16vs TBL 5-8-3.015.0010328206610.802.00
    May 10at CINW 2-126.017.010172200111.290.57
    May 4at DETL 0-23.015.001051520223.601.20
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