Odorizzi allowed just two runs on five hits and three walks while striking out eight batters over six innings during Monday's loss to the Angels. He didn't factor into the decision. The eight punchouts were a season high for Odorizzi, and Monday's outing continued his strong run of starts to open the campaign. He sports a rock-solid 3.14 ERA, 0.95 WHIP and 7.7 K/9, and the righty is closing in on establishing himself as a matchup-proof fantasy option. Odorizzi next lines up for a road start against the Twins this weekend.
Odorizzi (3-2) allowed four runs on seven hits and one walk across six innings in Tuesday's win over the Indians. He struck out five. Odorizzi cruised into the sixth inning with just one run on his ledger but saw that diminish after a Cleveland rally, which ended with a two-run home run by Edwin Encarnacion, brought three more around. He was able to finish out the frame, however, and wound up with an impressive win over one of the best teams in baseball. Despite missing a couple of weeks due to injury, Odorizzi has picked up right where he left off and now owns a tidy 3.16 ERA to go along with a tremendous 0.89 WHIP through 37 innings pitched. He seems to be truly emerging as a front-line pitcher in 2017 and will look to keep it going Monday against the Angels.
Odorizzi (2-1) allowed one run and three hits while striking out six across seven innings to earn the win Saturday against the Blue Jays. Odorizzi completely stifled the Blue Jays bats while getting plenty of run support on his way to his second victory of the season. He's now gone four straight starts without allowing more than a single earned run, and with a 2.88 ERA, he could be enjoying a breakout year in his sixth season. He'll make his next start Thursday against the Royals.
Odorizzi (hamstring) was activated from the 10-day disabled list and will start Monday's game against the Marlins. Odorizzi is set to make his first start since April 15 after a tight left hamstring sidelined him for two weeks. The right-hander didn't embark on a minor-league rehab assignment prior to his activation and only tossed a simulated game, but it's not expected that he'll face a pitch limit Monday. Erasmo Ramirez will move to the bullpen to accommodate Odorizzi's return to the rotation.
Odorizzi (hamstring) will be activated from the 10-day disabled list Monday and start later that evening against the Marlins, Marc Topkin of Tampa Bay Times reports. As expected, Odorizzi experienced no issues coming out of his simulated game a few days earlier, so the Rays have formally named his as their starter for Monday's series opener. He'll be officially activated from the DL in the hours leading up to his start, but fantasy owners who had been patiently awaiting his return can likely activate him with confidence. He'll be in store for a two-start week, with his second turn coming May 6 against the Blue Jays.
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