Barria didn't factor into the decision against Seattle on Sunday, giving up three earned runs on six hits over five innings, striking out three and walking one in the Angels' 4-3 victory. The 22-year-old couldn't quite pick up his 11th win of the season, but he pitched well enough to allow his team to procure the one-run victory. He's been solid overall in his 24 starts for the Angels this season, as he's now sporting a 3.61 ERA and a 1.26 WHIP to go along with a 91 strikeouts in 119.2 innings. He'll take the mound next against the Astros on Saturday.
Barria (10-9) surrendered four runs on three hits and four walks while striking out two over three innings in a loss to the Rangers on Monday. Barria struggled with his control, throwing just 31 of his 60 pitches for strikes in an abbreviated outing. The 21-year-old was coming off a pair of scoreless starts, but Monday's rough outing serves as a reminder that he is best left as a streaming option in favorable matchups. Barria will look to rebound in a home start against the Mariners on Sunday.
Barria (10-8) picked up the win in Wednesday's 9-3 victory over the Rangers, allowing two hits and three walks over five scoreless innings while striking out five. The rookie enjoyed his trip through Texas, blanking both the Rangers and Astros for 11 innings over two road starts. Barria's now won five of his last six decisions, and he'll carry a 3.30 ERA into his next outing Monday back home in a rematch with the Rangers.
Barria (9-8) picked up the win in Friday's 3-0 victory over the Astros, allowing three hits and a walk over six scoreless innings while striking out four. Houston only managed to get one runner into scoring position against the right-hander, but after Martin Maldonado and George Springer hit consecutive one-out singles in the third inning, Barria calmly stranded Maldonado at third base by retiring Alex Bregman and Jose Altuve. Barria will carry a 3.46 ERA into his next start Wednesday on the road against the Rangers.
Barria (8-8) allowed four earned runs on five hits and two walks while striking out one across three innings to take the loss Saturday against the Astros. The Astros jumped on Barria early, scoring three runs in the first inning and forcing him to throw 36 pitches. That set the tone for the short outing, though Barria did manage to limit the damage after the first frame. Despite the rough start, the 22-year-old rookie has put together a respectable campaign, posting a 3.67 ERA and 1.27 WHIP across 100.2 innings.