Drew Hutchison

#36 SP / Toronto Blue Jays / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 200 lb Age: 25 College: None Bats/Throws L/R

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      Blue Jays pitcher Drew Hutchison to start Thursday

      Blue Jays pitcher Drew Hutchison will start Thursday's game against the Orioles, Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com reports. David Price is being pushed back to line him up for Game 1 of the ALDS, affording Hutchison another starting opportunity. While he is 13-4 on the year, Hutchison has struggled mightily throughout the season (5.33 ERA, 1.46 WHIP), and he made just one appearance out of the bullpen (11 pitches) after being bumped from the rotation following his Sept. 9 start.

    • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

      Well-supported Blue Jays P Drew Hutchison moving to bullpen

      The Blue Jays have moved Drew Hutchison from the rotation to the bullpen, though he could still get another start this season, pitching coach Pete Walker told Sportsnet. Hutchison has received the most run support per nine innings in the American League this season at 8.02. Hence his 13-4 record despite a poor 5.33 ERA and 170 hits allowed in 147 innings. He has given up 12 runs over his last 8 1/3 innings in losing both starts.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Blue Jays SP Drew Hutchison dazzles in rout of Tigers

      Blue Jays starter Drew Hutchison was excellent in his outing against the Tigers on Saturday. Backed by a ton of offense, Hutchison allowed one run on six hits over seven brilliant innings. He struck out seven and did not walk a batter, throwing 76 of his 105 pitches for strikes. The Jays went on to clobber the Tigers 15-1. Hutchison (13-2) lowered his season ERA to 4.87 with the strong outing. Hutchison was making his first start since August 16, as he was sent down to Triple-A following that start. Overall, the young right-hander made four starts in August and went 4-0 with a 2.46 ERA.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Blue Jays recall Drew Hutchison to start Saturday; Thole optioned

      Blue Jays right-hander Drew Hutchison has been recalled to start Saturday's game against the Tigers. Hutchison was sent down to Triple-A Buffalo following his most recent outing, a start on August 16. The Blue Jays did not need a fifth starter up until now, so they moved the young pitcher to the minors to keep him fresh. Hutchison is 12-2 this year, but he does own a 5.06 ERA over 24 starts with the Jays--a testiment to Toronto's offensive prowess. Hutchison did make a start for the Bisons since his demotion, allowing two runs on three hits over four innings on Sunday. To clear room for him on the roster, catcher Josh Thole has been optioned to Triple-A. He is expected to return to the club shortly after rosters expand on September 1.

    • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

      Drew Hutchinson down until Blue Jays need fifth starter

      The Blue Jays have optioned right-hander Drew Hutchison to Triple-A Buffalo, where he will remain until the team needs a fifth starter on Aug. 29, reports Sportsnet. Hutchison is not being demoted due to poor performance. He has won four consecutive decisions, including three in his last three outings. He has been particularly strong in the last two with three runs allowed on seven hits over 13 2/3 innings. He has, however been the beneficiary of tremendous offensive support all year, as his 12-2 record despite a 5.06 ERA attests.

    • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

      Blue Jays' Drew Hutchison wins fourth straight

      Blue Jays pitcher Drew Hutchison improved to 12-2 on the year with his fourth straight win, Sunday against the Yankees. Hutchison hasn't lost since July 3. He allowed one run, his fewest since June 28, in 6 2/3 innings.

    • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

      Blue Jays' Drew Hutchison moves to 11-2 with win

      Blue Jays starter Drew Hutchison won for the seventh time in eight decisions, Tuesday against Oakland. Hutchison improved to 11-2 on the year with his third straight win. Despite the recent wins, Tuesday's start was Hutchison's most effective in some time. He allowed just two runs, his fewest since July 17, and four hits, the fewest since June 28. Hutchison pitched seven innings, his longest outing since May 25.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Blue Jays' Drew Hutchison wins despite rough outing Wednesday

      Blue Jays starter Drew Hutchison got hammered by the Twins on Wednesday, but he managed to survive and pick up his 10th win of the season. The young right-hander gave up seven runs--just three earned--on seven hits over five innings. He walked two and struck out five in the 9-7 victory. Hutchison got into early trouble, as he allowed three runs in the very first inning. But the Blue Jays were able to rally back and take a 9-3 lead after the fourth inning. Hutchison allowed four more runs to score in the fifth, including a two-run home run by Miguel Sano. Hutchison (10-2, 5.42 ERA) was let down by the defense, but picked up by the offense in this one. The youngster has been fairly inconsistent of late, allowing four or more runs in five of his past six starts, posting a 7.17 ERA over that stretch.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Blue Jays' Drew Hutchison has mixed results during Friday start

      Blue Jays starter Drew Hutchison had a decent outing against the Royals on Friday. He allowed four runs (three earned) on seven hits over five-plus innings. He walked one and struck out one, but he did not factor in the decision, as the Jays took the 7-6 extra-innings win. The young right-hander allowed three runs in the first inning, but then was able to settle in over the next few frames, as his offense rallied to tie the game. He started the sixth, but gave up a lead-off single. Hutchison was lifted after throwing 75 pitches, 53 strikes. He went 1-1 with a 6.95 ERA in six July starts.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Blue Jays SP Drew Hutchison hit hard, but escapes loss

      Drew Hutchison continued his pattern of sluggish starts, allowing six runs in just four innings of work, but a Blue Jays rally got him off the hook in Toronto's 8-6 win over the Mariners on Saturday. Staked to a 3-1 lead, Hutchison could not hold it, as he allowed seven hits and two home runs during his brief outing. It's the fifth time in his last 10 starts that he's allowed at least four runs. Still, Hutchison remains 9-2 on the season, but his ERA rose to 5.42 on the season.

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