Nola allowed three runs on five hits and struck out 10 in 5.1 innings in a no-decision versus Colorado on Sunday. For the third time in his last four starts, Nola didn't walk a batter. The only mistake on his ledger Sunday was a three-run home run to Garrett Hampson in the fifth inning. Nola remains without a win in his last nine starts, though he's taken only two losses in that span despite failing to complete six innings in seven of those outings. For the year, the right-hander has a 4.58 ERA, 1.12 WHIP and 202:35 K:BB in 163 innings. He'll try to get back in the win column next weekend in a projected road start versus the Mets.
Nola (7-8) took the loss Tuesday versus Milwaukee. He allowed three runs on six hits and a hit batter while striking out six in five innings. While the right-hander wasn't all that effective Tuesday, his Philadelphia teammates supported him with just five hits and a walk in the contest. Nola has failed to complete six innings in six of his last seven starts, with his 8.2-inning effort versus San Diego on Aug. 21 the notable exception in that span. He's posted a 4.57 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 192:35 K:BB across 157.2 innings overall. Nola projects for a home start versus Colorado this weekend.
Nola surrendered six runs on six hits and a pair of walks while striking out five across four innings during Thursday's win over the Nationals. He did not factor into the decision. Nola continued his hot-cold season with a rough outing against the Nationals. The right-hander left the game in line for the loss but was rescued by his offense in the eighth inning. Nola gave up a pair of two-out homers to Lane Thomas and Juan Soto, raising his season total to 13. Meanwhile, it was the third time over his last five starts that he failed to complete at least five innings. Nola will look to rebound during his next tentative start Tuesday at Milwaukee.
Nola and the Phillies won't play the Nationals on Wednesday after the game was postponed due to inclement weather in Washington. The two teams will instead conclude their series with a nine-inning regulation game Thursday, which was slated to be an off day for both Philadelphia and Washington. According to Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philadelphia, the Phillies will push Nola back a day in the schedule to start Thursday's make-up contest, but the other members of the rotation shouldn't be affected by the postponement.
Nola took a no-decision in Saturday's 4-3 loss to the Padres in 10 innings after giving up three runs (two earned) and striking out 11 in 8.2 frames. He scattered two hits and two walks during the 117-pitch outing. Nola returned to the mound for the bottom of the ninth with a shot at securing his second complete game of the season, but he was unable to preserve the Phillies' 3-1 lead. After retiring two of the first three batters he faced in the inning, Nola served up a two-run, two-out home run to Jake Cronenworth to even the score before the Padres won the game in extras. Despite submitting a 3.32 FIP over his last five starts, Nola has no wins to show for it.
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