David Robertson
RP CWS
16 hours ago

Robertson (2-2) allowed three runs on three hits while striking out one over one inning to blow his fourth save of the year, but was credited with a win Sunday against the Tigers.

EDGE Analysis

Robertson was protecting a three-run lead, but gave up three solo homers in his one inning of work. However, he had fortune on his side when the White Sox scored in the bottom of the frame to give him his second win of 2016. He now has four outings this year in which he's allowed at least three runs, and his ERA has ballooned to a season-high 4.43.

David Robertson
RP CWS
6 days ago

Robertson (0-2) allowed four runs on three hits and a walk and got just two outs as he took the loss in a blown save Monday against Seattle.

EDGE Analysis

Robertson was 13-for-13 in save opportunities since May 9 against Texas, but Adam Lind touched him up for a three-run walk-off home run to put that streak to bed. Robertson's ERA is up to 4.14, largely as a result of two blowups -- Monday's outing and his six earned runs allowed May 28 against Kansas City combine to account for 59 percent of the earned runs he has allowed this season.

David Robertson
RP CWS
1 week ago

Robertson (leg) said he feels great and is ready to go for Friday's game against the Angels.

EDGE Analysis

He was unavailable for the team's final two games before the break due to a high left leg strain, but it seems Robertson has put the injury behind him and is ready to return to the closer role. Control issues plagued Robertson throughout the first half but he still managed to go 23-for-25 in save opportunities, and he has shown some improvement with his control of late with one walk in his last five appearances.

David Robertson
RP CWS
2 weeks ago

Robertson has a high left leg strain and will not be available Sunday, MLB.com's Scott Merkin reports.

EDGE Analysis

He was unavailable for Saturday's game, although that was not public knowledge until after the game. Nate Jones, who got the save Saturday, figures to be in line for save opportunities in the short term. Look for Robertson's status to be updated in the coming days.

David Robertson
RP CWS
2 weeks ago

Robertson is dealing with a left leg injury, and he's unlikely to be available Sunday.

EDGE Analysis

Robertson did not pitch in Saturday's game against the Braves, and at this point the expectation is that he'll be shelved Sunday as the White Sox head into the All-Star break. A clearer diagnosis has not been provided, but Robertson will likely undergo further testing later Saturday.

David Robertson
RP CWS
2 weeks ago

Robertson was not used in Saturday's save situation because he is dealing with an unspecified leg injury, the Daily Herald's Scot Gregor reports.

EDGE Analysis

Instead the White Sox turned to Nate Jones, who recorded four outs en route to his third save of the season. It is unclear what exactly Robertson is dealing with, and his status will be updated when more news is available.

David Robertson
RP CWS
3 weeks ago

Robertson pitched a scoreless ninth inning on one hit and a walk while striking out two to earn the save Sunday at the Astros.

EDGE Analysis

Robertson was protecting a three-run lead which made his 23rd save of the year one of the easier ones he's earned this year despite putting a pair of runners on base with two outs. He's now converted 13 straight save opportunities, and he has a 3.28 ERA on the year.

David Robertson
RP CWS
3 weeks ago

Robertson secured his 22nd save in Saturday's 7-6 victory over the Astros, despite giving up an earned run on a hit over one inning. He also struck out a batter.

EDGE Analysis

Pinch-hitter A.J. Reed got to him for a solo homer after Robertson had retired Evan Gattis and Luis Valbuena to start off the ninth, but the White Sox closer came back to strike out pinch-hitter Colby Rasmus and seal the victory. Robertson has not blown a save opportunity since May 9 versus the Rangers, although Saturday's outing did snap his six-appearance scoreless streak.

David Robertson
RP CWS
4 weeks ago

Robertson allowed one hit and struck out the side while notching his 21st save in Thursday's 6-5 win over the Twins.

EDGE Analysis

By slamming the door Thursday, Robertson moved into second in the AL for saves -- behind Orioles closer Zach Britton (23). The only knock on the 31-year-old could be his 1.40 WHIP, much of which stems from his unusually high walk rate of 5.23, which comes on the heels of a career-best 1.85 BB/9 in 2015.

David Robertson
RP CWS
1 month ago

Robertson pitched a perfect ninth inning to earn his 20th save of the year Sunday against the Blue Jays.

EDGE Analysis

Robertson was protecting a three-run lead, and he only needed 10 pitches to close the door on the Blue Jays. He now has successfully converted his last 10 save opportunities, and he has a 3.31 ERA to go along with a 1.41 WHIP.