Friedrich was blasted for four runs in the third inning and left the contest with a 5-3 deficit, but the offense picked him up in the latter innings to take him off the hook for a potential loss. Despite the no-decision, he's now dropped his last four and has a 5.00 ERA on the season. He'll make his next start Saturday against the Reds.
Friedrich allowed four runs (three earned) on six hits and five walks with two strikeouts over 5.1 innings in a no-decision Monday against St. Louis.
Friedrich hasn't managed to make it through six innings since June 17 against Washington, and even then he allowed six runs. His last quality start came June 12 against the Rockies. Monday marked the first time in six starts Friedrich hasn't allowed a home run, but he threw that advantage away by walking five batters, his second highest total all season. his K:BB is an ugly 57:35, and Friedrich's 4.55 ERA shouldn't be expected to go down as long as his peripherals remain so sloppy.
Friedrich (4-5) struck out seven and gave up three earned runs on seven hits and a walk over five innings in Sunday's 3-1 loss to the Dodgers.
The 29-year-old southpaw had the misfortune of pitching against Kenta Maeda on a day when the Japanese ace was absolutely locked in against his team's offense. Friedrich was overshadowed despite throwing 58 of 80 pitches for strikes and notching 13 swinging strikes overall. He got into early trouble, giving up RBI singles to Corey Seager and Howie Kendrick in the first and second innings, respectively, before yielding a 384-foot solo shot to Adrian Gonzalez in the fifth. On the bright side, the three earned runs represented the lowest total that he'd given up since June 12 versus the Rockies, and the seven strikeouts equaled his second-best total in that category on the season. He issued only one free pass as well, the only one he's given up over the last two appearances after walking multiple batters in each of the six starts prior. Friedrich will try to improve on his 4-5 record, 4.50 ERA and 1.52 WHIP over the season's second half.
Friedrich (4-4) gave up five runs on six hits and struck out five in Tuesday's loss to Arizona.
Friedrich has allowed at least four runs in each of his last four starts as the luster of his hot start has fully worn off. His ERA has jumped from 2.12 after six starts all the way to 4.42 through this rough stretch. Even in his excellent first six starts, though, Friedrich has a 5.0 BB/9. Friedrich needs to keep the ball in the ballpark to succeed as a result of the constant baserunners, and he hasn't of late -- the home run he allowed Tuesday was his fifth in his past four outings.
Friedrich (0-3) allowed six runs, five of which were earned, on five hits and two walks while striking out seven over five innings to take the loss Wednesday against the Orioles.
Friedrich fired three shutout innings before giving up four runs in the fourth inning, which led to his third loss of the year. After posting a 2.12 ERA after his first six starts, he's allowed 14 earned runs over his last 16 innings covering three starts to raise his ERA to 3.96. He'll make his next start Tuesday at the Diamondbacks.
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