Matt Andriese

Matt Andriese #35

  • P
  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 3"/215
  • Age: 27


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Pitches: Strikes, Balls

Matt Andriese 2017 Spring Training Stats

0-0 2.84 6.1 7 1.89

Matt Andriese Spring Training Career Stats

2-1 2.08 39.0 32 1.36

Matt Andriese 2016 Stats

8-8 4.37 127.2 109 1.22

Matt Andriese MLB Career Stats

11-13 4.28 193.1 158 1.26

Matt Andriese Bio

  • Full Name: Matthew Lee Andriese
  • Pronunciation: ANN-dreese
  • Born: 8/28/1989 in Redlands, CA
  • Draft: 2011, San Diego Padres, 3rd rd. (112th overall)
  • College: UC Riverside
  • Debut: 4/10/2015
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2017 Spring Training Stats 0 0 2.84 3 2 0 6.1 7 1.89
Spring Training Career Stats
2 1 2.08 16 8 0 39.0 32 1.36
2016 Stats 8 8 4.37 29 19 1 127.2 109 1.22
MLB Career Stats 11 13 4.28 54 27 3 193.1 158 1.26


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Matt Andriese Stats

*Since 2006

Matt Andriese Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
*Since 2006

Matt Andriese Statcast Events


Matt Andriese 2017 Projections

Rest of Season
6 6 3.78 53 13 0 0 0 0 112.0 108 51 47 14 4 27 0 99 1.21
6 6 3.78 53 13 0 0 0 0 112.0 108 51 47 14 4 27 0 99 1.21
Rest of Season
6 6 3.78 53 13 0 0 0 0 112.0 108 51 47 14 4 27 0 99 1.21
6 6 3.78 53 13 0 0 0 0 112.0 108 51 47 14 4 27 0 99 1.21

Matt Andriese News

Matt Andriese Fantasy News

March 21, 2017 at 7:54 PM ET

Andriese to open season as Rays fifth starter

Right-hander Matt Andriese is slated to be the Rays' fifth starter, which is how he began the 2016 season.

October 5, 2016 at 5:30 AM ET

Andriese shows versatility in 2016

Rays right-hander Matt Andriese finished the 2016 regular season with an 8-8 record, a 4.37 ERA, a 1.22 WHIP, 109 strikeouts and one save across 127 2/3 innings.


Matt Andriese Awards Organization All-Star

Year Team League
2012 San Diego NL

TEX Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2013 San Antonio TEX

CAL Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2012 Lake Elsinore CAL

Matt Andriese Leaderboards

Complete Games

Season CG Rank
2016 1 10th in AL


Season SHO Rank
2016 1 2nd in AL

Matt Andriese Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
May 8, 2016 Tampa Bay Rays recalled Matt Andriese from Durham Bulls.
May 7, 2016 Durham Bulls placed RHP Matt Andriese on the reserve list.
March 30, 2016 Tampa Bay Rays optioned RHP Matt Andriese to Durham Bulls.
August 19, 2015 Tampa Bay Rays recalled Matt Andriese from Durham Bulls.
July 8, 2015 Tampa Bay Rays optioned RHP Matt Andriese to Durham Bulls.
July 7, 2015 Tampa Bay Rays recalled Matt Andriese from Durham Bulls.
June 28, 2015 Tampa Bay Rays optioned RHP Matt Andriese to Durham Bulls.
June 12, 2015 Tampa Bay Rays recalled Matt Andriese from Durham Bulls.
May 15, 2015 Tampa Bay Rays optioned RHP Matt Andriese to Durham Bulls.
May 9, 2015 Tampa Bay Rays recalled Matt Andriese from Durham Bulls.
April 30, 2015 Tampa Bay Rays optioned RHP Matt Andriese to Durham Bulls.
November 20, 2014 Tampa Bay Rays selected the contract of Matt Andriese from Durham Bulls.
March 30, 2014 Durham Bulls activated RHP Matt Andriese.
January 22, 2014 San Diego Padres traded 2B Logan Forsythe, RHP Brad Boxberger, Matt Andriese, RHP Matt Lollis and SS Maxx Tissenbaum to Tampa Bay Rays for LHP Alex Torres and RHP Jesse Hahn.
January 22, 2014 RHP Matt Andriese roster status changed by Tampa Bay Rays.
June 28, 2013 RHP Matt Andriese assigned to Tucson Padres from San Antonio Missions.
April 3, 2013 Matt Andriese assigned to San Antonio Missions from Lake Elsinore Storm.
April 5, 2012 Matt Andriese assigned to Lake Elsinore Storm from Eugene Emeralds.
April 4, 2012 Matt Andriese assigned to San Diego Padres.
June 16, 2011 Matt Andriese assigned to Eugene Emeralds from San Diego Padres.
June 15, 2011 San Diego Padres signed RHP Matt Andriese.

Matthew Lee Andriese Bio Info

Selected by the San Diego Padres in the third round of the 2011 June Draft…signed by Josh Emmerick. Acquired by the Tampa Bay Rays along with RH Brad Boxberger, INF Logan Forsythe, RH Matt Lollis and INF Maxx Tissenbaum from San Diego in exchange for RH Jesse Hahn and LH Alex Torres, January 22, 2014.


Recalled from Triple-A Durham on May 8 and spent the rest of the season in the majors, making 29 apps (19 starts)…joined the rotation after the call up, and shifted to the bullpen in June when LH Blake Snell was promoted despite leading the Rays rotation over that span with 5 wins, 44.2 IP and a 2.82 ERA (44.2-IP, 14-ER) over 7 starts…rejoined the rotation after the Aug 1 trade of LH Matt Moore, making 11 starts down the stretch and going 2-6 with a 6.47 ERA (55.2-IP, 40-ER). Began the season 6-0, the fifth Ray to start a season at 6-0 or better, joining LH Matt Moore (8-0 in 2013), RH Jeff Niemann (6-0 in 2010), LH J.P. Howell (6-0 in 2008) and RH James Shields (6-0 in 2007)…was one of eight pitchers to start the 2016 season 6-0 or better. After the 6-game winning streak, he lost his next 7 decisions from June 25-Sep 5, spanning 15 apps and 8 starts…had a 6.11 ERA (56-IP, 38-ER) over that stretch…became the second player in club history with winning streaks and losing streaks of at least 6 games within the same season, following Chris Archer in 2015. On May 14 vs. OAK-his second start of the season and 10th of his career-recorded his first professional complete-game shutout, a 2-hitter…the only hits were singles by Matt McBride (3rd inning) and Danny Valencia (7th)…became the fourth different Rays pitcher to throw a shutout on 2 H (or fewer) and 0 BB, joining James Shields (Sep 9, 2012 vs. TEX and May 9, 2008 vs. LAA), Chris Archer (July 27, 2013 at NYY) and Drew Smyly (Aug 22, 2014 at TOR). Went 7-7 as a starter with a 4.80 ERA (105-IP, 56-ER)…as a reliever, was 1-1 with a 2.38 ERA (22.2-IP, 6-ER) with 1 save (July 19 at COL)…all 3 saves in his career have been 3 IP or longer, most in club history…worked at least 2 innings in 7 of his 10 relief apps. Before the All-Star break, yielded only 2 HR in 65 IP (0.28 HR/9 IP) in 15 apps (8 starts)…after the break, allowed 15 HR in 62.2 IP (2.15 HR/9 IP) in 14 apps (11 starts). His 1.76 BB/9 IP ratio for the season was the lowest by a Ray (min. 100 IP) since David Price in 2014 (1.21)…finished the season with 7 consecutive starts allowing 1 BB or fewer, beginning Aug 24, the longest streak by a Rays pitcher within a single season since David Price in 2014 (10)…his 6 starts without a walk tied Jake Odorizzi for the team lead. Made his season debut on Mother's Day, May 8 at LAA, with his mother, Lynn, watching him for the first time in the big leagues…earned a 3-1 victory, the lone run a 1st-inning Albert Pujols sac fly…his line: W, 7 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 3 BB, 3 SO. In May, went 3-0 with a 2.36 ERA (34.1-IP, 9-ER). Was 0-4 in August with a 7.76 ERA (29-IP,25-ER) in 6 starts while opponents hit .323/.348/.606 (41-for-127)…was the highest ERA by a Ray in any calendar month (min. 25 IP) since Edwin Jackson in Sep 2008 (7.90)…his 4 losses were tied for 2nd in the AL to CLE Josh Tomlin (5)…his 9 HR allowed tied for 3rd most in the majors, and his 7.76 ERA was 4th highest in the AL. Led the American League with 4 balks, which also set a club record (prev. 3, most recent-ly David Price in 2010)…two of those came May 30 at KC, when he became the first in Rays history to balk twice in a game. Went 4-2 with a 2.72 ERA (39.2-IP, 12-ER) in 8 apps (5 starts) against AL West opponents…against Oakland, totaled 11 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 7 SO. At the time of his May 8 recall from Durham, his 44 SO ranked 4th among minor league pitchers…also ranked among International League leaders in SO (2nd), IP (34.1, 5th), SO/9 IP (11.5, 2nd) and SO/BB (6.3, 2nd)…had his first career CG on April 23 at Norfolk (Orioles), a 1-0 loss in 7 innings…had a career-high 14 SO in his last start there, May 3 at Indianapolis (Pirates), over 7 scoreless innings…the 14 SO tied the record for an opposing pitcher in the 20-year history of Victory Field, joining Rick Helling for Oklahoma City on July 11, 1996.


Made the Opening Day roster and appeared in 25 games (8 starts) over five stints with the Rays, his first major league action…spent the rest of the season with Triple-A Durham, where he posted a 2.35 ERA...Pitched to a 3.11 ERA (46.1-IP, 16-ER) over his four major league stints before the All-Star break…after he was recalled Aug 19, made only 1 start in his 13 outings through season's end… had a 6.52 ERA (19.1-IP, 14-ER) during his final stint, but his final 4 relief apps were scoreless...Went 2-2 with a 3.57 ERA (35.1-IP, 14-ER) in his 8 starts, compared to 1-3, 4.75 (30.1-IP, 16- ER) in 17 relief apps…lasted 5 IP in only 3 of his starts…allowed 2 runs or fewer in 6 of 8 starts, and yielded 1 walk or fewer in 6 of 8 starts...Made his major league debut April 10 at MIA, throwing a scoreless 6th inning in a 10-9, 10- inning loss…first career start came April 14 at TOR…left the game in the 4th holding a 2-1 lead, but was charged with a second run after Kirby Yates allowed an inherited runner to score...Was one of six major league pitchers with at least 2 starts and 2 saves in 2015, and one of two rookies along with teammate Steve Geltz…his 2 saves of 3 IP or more tied the club record, joining Lance Carter (2002) and Travis Phelps (2001)…his first career save came April 24 vs. TOR, tossing 3 IP in the 12-3 victory...On May 14 vs. NYY, recorded a 4-inning save in a 6-1 win, tying for the longest outing in a save in club history (fourth time, first since Wilson Alvarez on Aug 10, 2002 at KC)…it was the Rays first-ever 4-inning save at Tropicana Field...His best stretch came in June, when he went 3-1 with a 1.71 ERA (21-IP, 4-ER) in 4 games, 3 starts…yielded 0 ER in 3 of those 4 outings… earned his first major league win on June 12 vs. CWS, when he beat John Danks, totaling 5.2 IP, 6 H, 2 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 5 SO…had his best start of the season June 27 vs. BOS, in a 4-1 victory over Wade Miley…allowed 1 base runner (4th-inning single by Xander Bogaerts) over a career-high 6 scoreless innings (5-SO, 0-BB)…was optioned after the game to make room for Matt Moore in the rotation...Was on the mound for two walk-off losses…on Sep 2 at BAL, yielded a 458-foot (per MLB Statcast) walk-off 11th-inning homer to Chris Davis…on Aug 19 at HOU, allowed a walk-off single to Carlos Correa in 13th inning...Won the Al Lopez Award as Rays most outstanding rookie in spring, the first pitcher to win the award since Jeff Niemann in 2009…went 1-1 with a 2.21 ERA in 7 apps (5 starts), totaling 20.1 IP, 22 H, 10 R, 5 ER, 0 HR, 8 BB, 15 SO…ranked 10th in the Grapefruit League with a 2.21 ERA.


Spent the entire season with Triple-A Durham and was selected to the 40-man roster on Nov 20...made 25 starts and led the Bulls with 11 wins...threw a career-high 162.1 IP...Through July 17, went 11-3 with a 3.19 ERA (115.2-IP, 41-ER) in 20 games, 18 starts...afterthat, went 0-4 with a 5.21 ERA (46.2-IP, 27-ER) in 8 games, 7 starts...Ranked 2nd in the Rays system with 129 SO, trailing Durham teammate Nathan Karns (153)...also ranked 2nd with 11 wins, trailing Victor Mateo (12)...among International League pitchers, ranked 4th in SO, 3rd in IP (162.1), tied for 2nd in HR allowed (18) and 4th in WHIP (1.24)...Won both his starts in the IL playoffs, Sep 5 vs. Columbus (Indians) and Sep 11 vs. Pawtucket (Red Sox)...totaled 11 IP, 8 H, 4 R/ER, 2 BB, 16 SO...Made 2 scoreless relief apps at his first major league spring training...entered the year rated by as the Rays No. 18 prospect.


Began the season with Double-A San Antonio (Padres) and was named to the Texas League midseason All-Star Team before earning a promotion to Triple-A Tucson…combined to go 11-7 with a 3.27 ERA (134.2-IP, 49-ER) and 105 strikeouts against 29 walks over 27 apps (25 starts)…went 8-2 with San Antonio, compiling a 2.37 ERA (76-IP, 20-ER)…appeared in 12 games (10 starts) with Tucson with a 4.45 ERA (58.2-IP, 29-ER)…ranked among Padres minor league leaders in ERA (3.27, 5th), wins (11, 2nd) and strikeouts (105, 5th).


Spent his first full season with Class-A Lake Elsinore (Padres) and led all qualifying pitchers in the California League with a 3.53 ERA (146-IP, 58-ER) over 27 apps (26 starts)…ranked T-3rd in the CL in WHIP (1.22), T-4th in wins (10), 9th in IP (146) and 5th in SO (131)…named a California League postseason All-Star and an Organizational All-Star by…finished 6th in the Padres organization in ERA…tied for the organizational lead in wins and ranked 2nd in strikeouts.


Named the No. 6 prospect in the Northwest League by Baseball America following his first professional season…pitched in 12 games (8 starts) for Short-A Eugene (Padres)…finished tied for the lead on the staff in wins (5) and led the staff with a 1.51 ERA (min. 40 IP).