Gibson (6-3) suffered the loss against Houston on Saturday, pitching six innings and allowing three runs (two earned) on four hits and eight walks while striking out four. Remarkably, Gibson managed to notch his 13th quality start of the campaign despite struggling mightily with his control throughout the contest. The right-hander threw only 48 of 104 pitches for strikes, hit one batter and more than doubled his single-game season-high mark with eight free passes. Houston took advantage of Gibson's wildness for three runs across the first three innings but was unable to push across any additional scores in the following three frames. The veteran hurler has lost each of his past three decisions, struggling to a 7.79 ERA and 1.96 WHIP over that stretch. He'll try to get back on track next weekend, when he is projected to make his next start at home versus Seattle.
Gibson (6-2) took the loss after allowing eight runs on 10 hits and two walks while striking out two across five innings Monday against Detroit. Gibson made it through the first two innings of his outing unscathed, but he surrendered two runs in the third, four in the fifth and two in the sixth before being removed. He's been knocked around over his last two starts, giving up 13 runs across 11.1 innings. Despite this, he's posted a 2.86 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and a 90:33 K:BB across 107 frames in 2021.
Gibson (6-1) was tagged with the loss Wednesday against the Tigers after allowing five runs on eight hits and two walks while fanning seven across 6.1 innings. Gibson dropped a game for the first time this season, and despite the fact that he went into the seventh inning, this could be qualified as one of his worst outings of the campaign. He gave up a season-high eight hits and also tied a season-worst mark in earned runs with five, which is the first time that's occurred since his first start of the year. The 33-year-old now heads into the All-Star break sporting an excellent 2.29 ERA and a 1.07 WHIP across 102 innings.
Gibson allowed one run on five hits and three walks while striking out seven over 5.2 innings in a no-decision against Seattle on Friday. Gibson wasn't at his best, but he scattered baserunners and left after 110 pitches with Texas ahead, 3-1, one out shy of his 13th quality start. The lone blemish was Jake Fraley's fifth-inning home run, the seventh long ball allowed over 95.2 innings (0.7 HR/9). Gibson brings a 1.98 ERA into his next start, which lines up to be Wednesday at home against Detroit.
Gibson (6-0) earned the win Saturday against the Royals after tossing seven scoreless innings, giving up two hits and a walk while fanning 10. Gibson remains undefeated but delivered his best outing of the season thus far, striking out a season-high mark of 10 while posting his fourth scoreless outing of the campaign. In fact, the veteran hurler has given two or fewer runs in each of his last eight appearances, posting a 1.68 ERA in that span. He's expected to make his next start on the road against the Mariners next week.
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