Odorizzi left Friday's start with right knee soreness. This was Odorizzi's final start of the season anyway, so unless it turns out he suffered a freak tear to a ligament or something of that nature, Odorizzi's offseason shouldn't be impacted by this injury. He tossed four shutout innings and allowed just two hits with a walk and four strikeouts to end the season. Odorizzi's final ERA will be 4.14, the first time he has finished with an ERA over 4.00 since 2014.
Odorizzi (10-8) allowed one unearned run on three hits and two walks while striking out nine over six innings to earn the victory Saturday against the Orioles. Odorizzi gave up a first-inning run, but silenced the Orioles' bats the rest of the way while Lucas Duda smashed a three-run homer to give him enough run support to win his 10th game of the year. He's allowed just three earned runs over four September starts to lower his ERA from 4.85 to 4.26, and he's been a strong fantasy option down the stretch. He'll make his next start Friday against the Orioles.
Odorizzi (9-8) tossed six innings of two-run ball to earn the win Sunday against the Red Sox, allowing one hit with two walks and six strikeouts. Odorizzi took a no-hitter into the sixth inning in this one, only to see Jackie Bradley ruin both that and the shutout with a two-run home run. He ran up his pitch count before finishing the frame and was not brought back out for the seventh, as his side turned over a newfound lead to the bullpen. Odorizzi has now allowed just three earned runs across 16.1 innings in his last three starts and will look to build off of this successful outing Saturday against the Orioles.
Odorizzi (8-8) allowed five runs (one earned) on three hits and three walks across 3.2 innings while taking the loss Monday against the Yankees. He struck out five. Odorizzi coasted through three innings before struggling in the fourth, when he allowed four runs on three hits, two walks, an error and a catcher's interference. Though his teammates' gaffes meant four of the runs didn't affect his ERA, the Rays never mounted an offensive charge and doomed him to his eighth loss. Odorizzi was coming off of his best start in recent memory and will look to get back on track Sunday against the Red Sox.
Odorizzi (8-7) tossed 6.2 scoreless innings to earn the win Tuesday against the Twins, allowing one hit and one walk with six strikeouts. Odorizzi was terrific in this one and took a no-hitter into the seventh inning, only to see it ruined by an infield single with one out. The right-hander struck out the next man he faced but was then lifted somewhat prematurely, with just 90 pitches under his belt. This stellar outing came at the right time for Odorizzi, who had allowed 13 runs across 12.1 innings over his last three starts. He will look to build on this performance Sunday against the Red Sox.
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