Weaver (8-8) allowed six runs on seven hits and three walks while striking out one over four innings to take the loss Saturday at the Astros. Weaver allowed a three-run homer in the second inning before allowing three more runs to score between the third and fourth innings, leading to his eighth loss of the season. After starting out July with a pair of excellent outings, he's now allowed 12 runs in his last eight innings over two starts to raise his ERA to 5.32. He'll make his next start Thursday against the Red Sox.
Weaver (8-7) allowed one run on six hits and one walk while striking out one over seven innings to earn the win Sunday against the White Sox. The only run Weaver allowed came in the third inning, and the Angels gave him eight runs of support to easily get him his eighth victory of 2016. He's now allowed just one run in each of his two July outings to lower his ERA to 5.02 on the year. He'll make his next start Saturday at the Astros.
Weaver (7-7) allowed one run on four hits and one walk while striking out five over six innings to earn the win Wednesday at the Rays. Weaver was given a 7-0 lead before giving up a solo homer to Logan Forsythe, and he easily collected his seventh win of the year. This was only the second time he's fired a quality start over his last six outings, and his ERA is now at 5.27. His next start will be after the All-Star break.
Weaver (6-7) pitched 5.1 innings, allowing six runs, seven hits and four walks while striking out three in Wednesday's loss to the Astros. The Astros have owned him this season, and avoiding Houston in the future might be the best idea for Weaver's fantasy owners. In two starts against Houston, the 33-year-old is 0-2 with a 7.94 ERA and an atrocious 6:7 K:BB over 11.1 innings. Overall, he has a 5.51 ERA, 1.48 WHIP and 54 strikeouts through 16 starts (94.2 innings). Battling through his 11th MLB season, Weaver is obviously in the final stages of his career and requires careful planning to successfully deploy him in fantasy lineups.
Weaver (6-6) fired a three-hit shutout with one walk and one strikeout to earn the win Sunday at the Athletics. Weaver only needed 95 pitches to take care of the Athletics, and the offense gave him a pair of runs, to move the righty's record to .500 on the year. The shutout comes on the heels of him allowing 11 earned runs in 11.1 innings of work over his last two starts, and lowered his ERA to 5.10. He'll make his next start Friday against the Athletics.