Travis Wood

#37 RP / Chi. Cubs Cubs / EXP: 6YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 175 lb Age: 28 College: No College Bats/Throws R/L

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      Cubs RP Travis Wood goes 2 2/3 innings in spot start Saturday

      Cubs pitcher Travis Wood allowed one run on two hits and two walks while striking out three over 2 2/3 innings in Saturday's start. He tossed 46 pitches as the first man up in a bullpen day for the Cubs and did an adequate job. Expect Wood to head back to long relief after this outing.

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      Cubs RP Travis Wood will start Saturday against Cardinals

      Cubs relief pitcher Travis Wood will start Saturday's game against the Cardinals, Carrie Muskat of reports. Wood pitched Thursday night in relief, so it's likely he will only pitch a few innings maximum in the contest. He's likely just a temporary fill-in, and he probably won't start many or any more games down the stretch.

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      Travis Wood really good in shutting down Pirates on Thursday

      Cubs reliever Travis Wood picked up his second save of the season in a 9-6 victory over the Pirates on Thursday, striking out five of six batters over two innings. Wood has actually now whiffed 10 of the last 18 hitters he's faced over two appearances, racking up an absurd 56 percent strikeout rate over that period. The appearance Thursday also marked the sixth consecutive trip to the mound in which Wood has not surrendered an earned run. An outstanding 10.76 K/9 rate continues to serve as the most valuable asset he brings to the mound.

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Cubs P Travis Wood shines briefly in spot start Saturday

      The Cubs needed reliever Travis Wood to pitch a few innings as a starter Saturday after pushing Dan Haren back to Sunday. Wood gave them all they could have asked for. The southpaw pitched three shutout innings against Philadelphia in an eventual loss. He gave up three hits, walked none and fanned five. The start was his first since May 14. He has not allowed an earned run over his last six innings pitched.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Cubs push SP Dan Haren to Sunday due to weather concerns

      With inclement weather lurking in the Philadelphia area, the Cubs have made a change to their rotation plans. Dan Haren, who was scheduled to start on Saturday against the Phillies, will now pitch on Sunday instead. In his place, Travis Wood will get the start on Saturday. Wood hasn't started a game since being moved to the bullpen in the middle of May.

    • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

      Cubs pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada to start Wednesday for Travis Wood

      Cubs pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada will replace Travis Wood in the starting rotation on Wednesday against the Padres, manager Joe Maddon said per the Chicago Tribune. Wood was moved to the bullpen on Saturday, earning his first career save in the game. Wada will join Chicago after his rehab stint this week. "I have a lot of faith in this guy coming out of the pen," Maddon said of Wood. "He has had some really good games this year and really good moments in other ones. Just go out there and be aggressive, assertive and let it go for an inning or two. I think when he does that, he can be really good. "We also talked to him about the potential of becoming a starter again at some point. But right now we are looking at it this way." Wada posted a 4-4 record with a 3.25 ERA in 69 1/3 innings of work in 2014.

    • by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

      Cubs pitcher Travis Wood adjusting to new role in bullpen

      Cubs pitcher Travis Wood is adjusting well to his new role as a reliever, earning his first career save Saturday with a perfect ninth inning, reports Wood, an All-Star as a starter in 2013, was demoted from the Cubs' rotation after seven starts this season, going 2-2 with a 5.59 ERA."On a personal level maybe a little bit [disappointed], but as long as I'm here and can help the team win," Wood said. "We're playing great baseball right now. Everything I can do, regardless of what it is, I'll do it."

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Cubs LHP Travis Wood closes out Pirates for first career save

      Cubs left-hander Travis Wood picked up his first career save in Saturday's win over the Pirates. Wood, who started and pitched 4 1/3 innings on Thursday, pitched a perfect inning to preserve the 4-1 victory. Hector Rondon, who is the Cubs closer, had worked each of the last three days. So with a three-run lead, manager Joe Maddon opted to rest Rondon. Wood will remain in the bullpen for the foreseeable future. The Cubs will determine on Sunday who will join the rotation, but it may be Tsuyoshi Wada, according to the Daily Herald.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Cubs' Travis Wood gives up five in no decision

      Cubs starter Travis Wood escaped with a no decision after a rough start against the Mets. Wood gave up five runs on seven hits in 4 1/3 innings. He walked one, struck out five and was tagged for three home runs. Wood threw 97 pitches, 60 strikes. "This start and the last couple, it's been the home run that's gotten me and made me throw extra pitches," Wood said, per "Right now, it's the balls and a couple pitches -- I know there's always more than a couple that you miss within a game -- but the ones they're making contact with are the ones leaving the park. We've got to emphasize getting back to throwing strikes and throwing quality strikes." Wood's next start is scheduled for Wednesday, at San Diego.

    • by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

      Cubs starting pitcher Travis Wood roughed up again in loss on Saturday

      Cubs starting pitcher Travis Wood (2-2) was touched for four runs, three via two home runs, on six hits in four innings to take the loss against the Brewers.Wood gave up long balls to Gerardo Parra, a two-run shot in the second inning, and a solo job from Jean Segura in the fourth. "You just keep putting your guys out there until it happens," manager Joe Maddon said after the game. "You keep working with them showing a positive message to them. The work is good, but for some of the guys, it's just not playing all the way through yet. But it will." It's the second consecutive outing that Wood has struggled, getting ripped for six runs in five innings for a loss in his last start.Wood will look to turn it around in his next start scheduled for Thursday against the Mets.

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