Fiers didn't factor in the decision in Game 3 against the White Sox after allowing one run on five hits with two strikeouts and one walk over 1.2 innings. The veteran right-hander allowed a massive 487-foot solo homer during the second inning, but it was somehow the only run he gave up despite allowing six of the 11 batters he faced to reach base. It was an outing to forget for Fiers, but he should receive another chance to pitch in the postseason with the A's advancing to face the Astros in the AL Division Series.
Fiers (6-3) took the loss against the Dodgers on Thursday, allowing two runs on five hits and one walk while striking out three. Fiers was neither dominant nor dominated in the performance, but he was tagged with the loss as Oakland managed to put up only one run on offense. The veteran tossed 80 pitches over five innings during his final appearance of the regular season. Fiers finishes the campaign with a 4.58 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 37:16 K:BB over 59 innings. His next outing could come in the playoffs, though it is unclear whether Oakland will give him a chance to start in the postseason.
Fiers (6-2) earned the win Wednesday against the Rockies after allowing one run on seven hits with four strikeouts and zero walks over six innings. The Rockies scratched across a run on three singles during the third inning, but the veteran right-hander otherwise kept them off the board. Fiers has a 4.67 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 34:15 K:BB through 54 innings and is set to face the Dodgers next week.
Fiers (5-2) threw six innings of six-hit, four-run ball during the A's 10-6 Friday night win over the Rangers. He struck out five. The Oakland offense provided eight runs of support through the first three frames, and Fiers was dealing until allowing a three-run seventh. He has now won four of his previous five starts and will take the mound against the Rockies next week.
Fiers (4-2) allowed three runs on five hits and two walks while striking out four in five innings in a loss to the Padres on Sunday. Fiers didn't allow a homer in the contest, but the Athletics never led after Jake Cronenworth's RBI double put the Padres ahead in the fourth inning. The 35-year-old Fiers has a 4.93 ERA, 1.43 WHIP and 25:13 K:BB across 42 innings this season. He'll look to bounce back Friday in a road start versus the Rangers.