Noesi surrendered seven runs on six hits and three walks while striking out two over three innings Friday night against Philadelphia. He didn't factor into the decision. Noesi got off to a poor start in this one, yielding four runs in the first inning, followed by two runs in the second and one in the third. Luckily, his team would answer with seven runs in the third inning, and the Marlins would ultimately emerge with a 19-11 victory. The 32-year-old now owns an 11.29 ERA and 1.75 WHIP with 15 strikeouts over 18.1 innings this season with Miami.
Noesi (0-3) allowed six runs off five hits and three walks while recording two strikeouts over 4.1 innings as he was charged with the loss Saturday against the Rockies. The 32-year-old struggled to limit run production once again as his ERA rose to 9.39 in his third major-league start of the season. Pablo Lopez (shoulder) will require another rehab start before returning to the Marlins, but it still wouldn't be surprising to see Noesi sent back down to Triple-A after struggling in three consecutive starts. If Noesi receives another turn in the rotation, it would likely come at home Friday against the Phillies.
Noesi (0-2) gave up five runs on four hits and three walks while striking out eight through six innings to take the loss against the Braves on Sunday. Noesi tied a career high with eight strikeouts, but he also allowed two home runs in his longest outing of the season. The 32-year-old has an 8.18 ERA and an 11:6 K:BB through two starts this season. There is a chance that Noesi could be sent back down to Triple-A with Pablo Lopez nearing a return.
Noesi is listed as the Marlins' scheduled starter for Sunday's game against the Braves. Noesi was called up from Triple-A New Orleans on Tuesday and made his first big-league start since 2015, giving up five runs on five hits and three walks over five innings in a loss to the Mets. The outing didn't inspire much confidence about Noesi's prospects moving forward, but the Marlins need somebody to fill a spot in the rotation for at least one more turn while Pablo Lopez (shoulder) remains on a rehab assignment. Noesi could be headed back to the minors after Sunday's outing regardless of how he performs in the outing.
Noesi (0-1) took the loss Tuesday, getting tagged for five runs on five hits and three walks over five innings while striking out three as the Marlins fell 5-0 to the Mets. The 32-year-old journeyman's first big-league appearance since 2015 went about as well as expected, with Pete Alonso and Wilson Ramos both taking Noesi deep. It's not yet clear whether the right-hander will see another turn through the Miami rotation, but his performance Tuesday didn't make a strong case for Noesi to stick around.