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His 5.59 ERA isn't great by any means, but the underlying peripherals (4.04 xERA and 4.17 FIP) spark optimism for 2022. Despite pitching in a hitter's haven, he did a good job keeping the ball in the stadium, as he has a career 0.99 HR/9 mark, and it was just 0.62 HR/9 in 2021. The Angels are hoping Lorenzen can win a rotation spot, and solidify the middle of the rotation. Lorenzen wants to be deployed like Shohei Ohtani, but the Angels more so his need his arm than his bat. He's made just five starts since the end of 2015, so the Angels' six man rotation might help preserve Lorenzen over the longevity of the season. He's a risky investment in fantasy, and there are other pieces of the rotation that have more fantasy appeal than Lorenzen.

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