Jon Gray

#55 SP / Colorado Rockies / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 235 lb Age: 27 College: Oklahoma Bats/Throws -/-

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      Rockies' Jon Gray: Picks up eighth win

      Jon Gray (8-5) got the win against the Giants on Monday, giving up four hits over six scoreless innings, striking out six and walking two in a 2-0 victory for the Colorado Rockies.Gray was sharp for a second straight start in blanking the Giants, as he's now given up just one earned run and struck out 10 batters over his last 12 innings. The right-hander has dropped his ERA from 4.38 to 3.92 over that span, to go along with a 1.35 WHIP and a solid 103:38 K:BB over 96.1 innings. He'll draw a tough matchup for his next trip to the mound, which will pit him against the Dodgers at Coors Field on Saturday.

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      Rockies' Jon Gray: Earns seventh win

      Jon Gray (7-5) picked up the win Wednesday against Diamondbacks, allowing two runs (one earned) on six hits and a pair of walks while striking out four through six innings.Gray turned in a solid performance without allowing any extra-base hits to pick up his third win of the month. The victory was Colorado's seventh straight over the Diamondbacks, tying a franchise record. The right-hander gave up both of his runs in the second inning and managed to escape several jams, stranding six Arizona baserunners overall. Gray will carry a 4.18 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 97:36: K:BB into his next start against the Giants on Monday.

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      Rockies' Jon Gray: Makes relief appearance

      Jon Gray retired one of the four batters he faced and issued three walks in relief in Sunday's 14-13 loss to the Padres.Even though he had covered six innings while starting the series opener Thursday, Gray was summoned for his first relief appearance of the season while closer Wade Davis melted down in the ninth inning. After Davis exited a tie game with a runner on third base, Gray entered the contest and proceeded to load the bases with a pair of intentional walks to get to pinch hitter Matt Strahm, who was called upon to bat with no other position players available off the bench for San Diego. Gray couldn't take advantage of the plus matchup against a pitcher, as he issued a non-intentional walk to allow the go-ahead run to score. Despite the disappointing outcome, Gray only tossed 12 pitches in the outing, which will function as a de facto between-starts bullpen session. Gray is still on track to make his next scheduled turn through the rotation Wednesday against the Diamondbacks in Arizona.

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      Rockies' Jon Gray: Whiffs 10 in win

      Jon Gray (6-5) earned the win against San Diego on Thursday, allowing four runs on nine hits in six innings. He struck out 10 and did not walk a batter.Gray got off to a rocky start, allowing a pair of first-inning runs, but recovered to record his third win in his last four decisions. Along the way, he tied his season high with 10 strikeouts and did not issue a walk for the first time this season. Though San Diego managed nine hits off Gray, he was able to limit the damage by missing bats, inducing a total of 20 swinging strikes. Gray will take a 4.39 ERA, 1.35 WHIP and 93:31 K:BB into his next start at Arizona on Wednesday.

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      Rockies' Jon Gray: Fans eight in loss

      Jon Gray (5-5) struck out eight but took the loss Saturday as the Colorado Rockies were downed 5-3 by the Mets. He allowed four runs on eight hits and three walks over 5.2 innings.The right-hander showed no signs of being bothered by the finger issues that had been plaguing him in recent outings, generating a massive 20 swinging strikes among his 89 pitches (62 total strikes), but the Mets also hit him hard when they were able to get wood on the ball. Gray will take a 4.27 ERA and 83:31 K:BB over 78 innings into his next start Thursday, at home against the Padres.

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      Rockies' Jon Gray: Start pushed to Saturday

      Jon Gray will start Saturday against the Mets, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.Gray felt a "hot spot" on his middle finger during his most recent start, so the Colorado Rockies want to give him a couple of extra days of rest before sending him back out to the mound. Peter Lambert will take the mound Thursday against the Cubs as a result, with Antonio Senzatela starting Friday's series opener in New York. Assuming Gray checks out okay during a between-starts bullpen session in the coming days, he shouldn't face any restrictions during Saturday's outing.

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      Rockies' Jon Gray: Grabs win despite blister concern

      Jon Gray (5-4) picked up the win in Saturday's 4-2 victory over the Blue Jays, giving up two hits and three walks over 6.2 scoreless innings while striking out seven.The Jays managed a small one-out rally in the second inning after Cavan Biggio and Lourdes Gurriel executed a double steal, but Gray ended the threat with two strikeouts and then didn't allow another baserunner until the fifth. The right-hander's night ended after he issued two free passes in the seventh and reported another 'hot spot' on his middle finger, the precursor to a blister. "It really sucks, but it's part of the game," Gray said. "There's always going to be some kind of adversity." Assuming he's good to go, he'll next take the mound Thursday, on the road against the Cubs.

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      Rockies' Jon Gray: Good to go for next start

      Jon Gray said that the blister he experienced during his most recent start has healed and won't impact his availability for his next scheduled turn Saturday against the Blue Jays, Kyle Newman of The Denver Post reports.Gray developed the blister midway through the sixth inning of Monday's 4-3 win over the Diamondbacks, resulting in him departing after 84 pitches despite having limited the opposition to two runs on five hits and two walks. While the finger issue forced him to limit his throwing between starts, it's not expected to hinder him or impact his pitch count when he returns to the hill this weekend. The fact that the start will come at Coors Field should probably give Gray's fantasy managers more caution about deploying him than any concern about the blister resurfacing.

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      Rockies' Jon Gray: Pulled early due to 'hot spot'

      Jon Gray was removed after 5.1 innings Monday due to a "hot spot" on a finger of his pitching hand, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.Skipper Bud Black noted that the issue was impacting some of Gray's pitches, so he elected to remove his right-hander from the ballgame. It's unclear at this point whether Gray will be able to make his next scheduled start.

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      Rockies' Jon Gray: Goes 5.1 innings

      Jon Gray gave up two runs on five hits and two walks while striking out two through 5.1 innings in a no-decision against the Diamondbacks on Monday.Gray had only allowed one run on two hits when he allowed three consecutive singles in the sixth inning that forced his removal from the game after only 84 pitches. Even though he wasn't dominant with only three swinging strikes, he generated some soft contact and limited the number of hits. The right-hander has a 4-4 record with a 4.52 ERA through 11 starts this season. Gray will make his next start Saturday against the Blue Jays.