Marquez (4-6) earned the win Saturday against Arizona after allowing three runs (none earned) on five hits and one walk while fanning seven across seven innings. Marquez ended the season on a strong note, allowing two or fewer earned runs in four of five September starts while notching a quality start in each one of those contests. The 25-year-old right-hander ended the campaign with a career-best 3.75 ERA and a 1.26 WHIP in 81.2 innings across 13 starts. He has posted a WHIP under the 1.30 mark in three straight seasons.
Marquez (3-6) allowed one run on five hits and a walk while striking out three over six innings in a win over the Giants on Monday. The only run against Marquez came in the fifth inning on a Donovan Solano single. Other than that, the right-hander was able to produce his fourth straight quality start. Marquez has a 4.10 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 66:24 K:BB in 74.2 innings this year. He's expected to make his last start of the regular season Saturday in Arizona.
Marquez (2-6) took the loss Wednesday against the A's after giving up three runs on six hits with six strikeouts and four walks over 6.2 innings. The 25-year-old certainly wasn't at his best Wednesday, as he set a season high with four walks. However, he battled and kept Colorado in the game despite minimal offense. Marquez has a 4.33 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 63:23 K:BB across 68.2 innings and lines up to pitch Monday at San Francisco.
Marquez will start Wednesday's game against the Athletics, Nick Groke of The Athletic reports. Initial reports stated that the Rockies planned to take advantage of Monday's day off to push Marquez up in the rotation, but he'll remain in his original spot Wednesday. The right-hander settled for no-decisions in his past two starts as he allowed two runs over seven innings in each of those outings.
Marquez will start Tuesday's game against the Athletics, Nick Groke of The Athletic reports. The right-hander previously lined up to start Wednesday, but the Rockies will take advantage of Monday's scheduled off day to move him up in the rotation. Marquez has allowed two runs over seven frames in each of his past two starts.