Urquidy was removed from Monday's ALCS Game 3 loss to the Red Sox after just 1.2 innings, as he'd given up six runs (five earned) on five hits and a pair of walks while striking out just one batter.

Urquidy retired the first four batters he faced, but it all fell apart with one out in the second. A walk, a double, a walk and a single led to the Red Sox's first run before a fielder's choice drove in the second. An error on that play meant the bases were still loaded, but they didn't remain that way for long, as Kyle Schwarber cleared them with a grand slam. Urquidy then allowed singles to two of the next three batters before finally exiting. It was a disastrous first outing of the 2021 postseason for the 26-year-old righty, who previously owned a 2.81 ERA in 25.2 career playoff innings.

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