DeSclafani pitched 5.1 innings against San Diego on Friday, allowing three runs on four hits and one walk while striking out three. He did not factor in the decision. The start was subpar by DeSclafani's standards this season -- he entered the contest having tossed four quality starts in six outings -- but the right-hander was still able to keep San Francisco in the game. DeSclafani kept the Padres off the scoreboard until the sixth inning but was charged with three earned runs in that frame after giving up a single, home run and double. The hurler will carry a 2.40 ERA and 36:10 K:BB across 41.1 innings into his next start, tentatively scheduled to take place during next week's series at Pittsburgh.
DeSclafani (2-1) took the loss against San Diego on Saturday, hurling six innings and allowing three runs on three hits and two walks while striking out three. DeSclafani took his first loss of the season in the contest, but he still managed to earn his fourth quality start. After being burned by a Manny Machado three-run homer in the first inning, DeSclafani went unscored upon over the following five frames while retiring the final six batters he faced. DeSclafani, who had an ugly 7.22 ERA across 33.2 innings last season, has been among the league's most effective starting pitchers in 2021, compiling a 2.00 ERA, 0.94 WHIP and 33:9 K:BB over 36 frames. He's projected to match up with the Padres again during next weekend's series in San Francisco.
DeSclafani (2-0) fired a complete-game three-hit shutout in a 12-0 win over the Rockies on Monday. He walked one batter and struck out a season-high nine in the effort. DeSclafani's best performance in recent memory came on a night when the Giants piled on 12 runs. The 31-year-old didn't let his guard down despite having a 9-0 lead after two innings and went on to become the first Giants pitcher to throw a shutout in 100 pitches or fewer since Madison Bumgarner did it in 2014. The only hits he allowed were singles, and his nine strikeouts were the most he's had in a start since July 21, 2019. DeSclafani has had a remarkable beginning in a Giants uniform, as he now owns a 1.50 ERA and 30:7 K:BB over 30 innings to begin the year. He'll need to remain at the top of his game in a road matchup against the surging Padres on Sunday.
DeSclafani allowed three runs on five hits and two walks over four innings during Wednesday's 6-5 loss at Philadelphia. He had five strikeouts and didn't factor in the decison. The 30-year-old gave up two runs across his first three starts of the season, but Mickey Moniak took him deep with a three-run homer Wednesday. DeSclafani still has a 2.14 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 21:6 K:BB through 21 innings this season, and he'll attempt to get back on track Monday versus the Rockies.
DeSclafani allowed one run on four hits while fanning four across six innings Friday against the Marlins. He didn't factor into the decision. DeSclafani has recorded back-to-back quality starts and has looked impressive so far, allowing one or fewer runs in each of his first three outings of the campaign while posting a 16:4 K:BB through 17 innings. The 30-year-old right-hander will try to keep rolling when he takes the mound next week at Philadelphia.
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