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Brewers' Adrian Houser: Added to IL
The Brewers placed Houser (elbow) on the 15-day injured list Friday with a right flexor strain.
With the Brewers labeling Houser's elbow injury as a strain rather than soreness, he seems likely to miss more than the minimum 15 days and could be sidelined through the All-Star break. Aaron Ashby (forearm) is on track to be activated from the IL on Saturday and should fill Houser's spot in the rotation.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Exits with trainer
Houser exited his start Thursday against the Pirates with an apparent injury, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Houser came out after throwing 2.1 innings, though the cause of his discomfort was not clear. He surrendered three earned runs on five hits -- including a pair of homers -- and a walk. Milwaukee's rotation is getting healthier, but if Houser is forced to miss any time it would likely force Chi Chi Gonzalez to stick in the starting five.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Headed to injured list
Houser will be placed on the injured list after suffering an elbow injury during Thursday's start against Pittsburgh, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Houser exited Thursday's outing after only 2.1 innings due to tightness in his right elbow. There's no further information currently available, though manager Craig Counsell said Houser will return to Milwaukee to have his elbow examined. The move has not yet been made official, but Houser will be out until at least mid-July.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Suffering from elbow tightness
Houser exited Thursday's start against the Pirates with right elbow tightness, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Houser left the start after just 2.1 innings. While there are no further details, the diagnosis suggests Houser could be in danger of missing at least his next start -- currently projected to come July 5 against the Cubs. Chi Chi Gonzalez appears to be the likeliest candidate to take that turn through the rotation.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Yields five runs in loss
Houser (4-8) allowed five runs on nine hits and a walk with three strikeouts in six innings, taking the loss Friday versus the Blue Jays.
It's the fifth time in his last six starts that Houser's allowed at least three runs. The Blue Jays did all their damage against him in the second inning, with a three-run Matt Chapman double accounting for most of it. Houser saw his ERA rise to 4.50 with a 1.45 WHIP and 57:30 K:BB across 74 innings in 14 starts. The right-hander's had a rather mediocre season so far, but he may have some streaming appeal in next week's projected road start versus the Pirates.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Quality start in win
Houser (4-7) earned the victory Sunday in Cincinnati, striking out five in six innings while allowing three runs on four hits and four walks.
All three runs against Houser came in the fourth inning as he allowed three walks and two hits in the frame. The 29-year-old struggled with command all game and threw only 58 of his 103 pitches for strikes. It was just his fifth quality start in 13 outings this season and his first since May 23. His next start will likely be next weekend against Toronto.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Falls to 3-7
Houser (3-7) took the loss to the Mets on Tuesday, allowing four runs on eight hits and one walk over 4.2 innings. He struck out three.
Houser made a mess of things right away, allowing hits to four of the first five batters he faced while also uncorking a wild pitch in a three-run first inning for New York. He wasn't all that bad from there, but regardless Houser has now dropped five straight decisions. The right-hander sure isn't pitching like a rotation mainstay, but it doesn't seem like his starting job is in serious jeopardy yet, especially with Freddy Peralta (lat) now on the 60-day injured list for Milwaukee.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Struggles against Phillies
Houser (3-6) got the loss Wednesday after he pitched six innings, surrendering five runs on seven hits and a walk while striking out five against the Phillies.
Houser had trouble with the Phillies lineup in this one, particularly when it came to the long ball. He gave up a two-run shot to Bryson Stott in the top of the third, another two-run homer to Kyle Schwarber in the fourth and a solo shot to Odubel Herrera in the fifth. The three home runs allowed were a season high for the 29-year-old, and he has now given up 11 runs over 15 innings in his last three starts. Houser's difficult stretch has raised his ERA from 2.98 to 3.92 over 57.1 frames in 11 starts this season. He'll look to right the ship Tuesday when he's tentatively set to face the Mets.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Allows one run in five innings
Houser did not factor into the decision Thursday, allowing one run on five hits and three walks over five innings against San Diego. He struck out five.
Houser bounced back with his third one-run outing over his last four games after giving up eight runs to the Cardinals in his last start. The right-hander continues to struggle with his command and has walked multiple batters seven times this season, including at least three walks five times. Across 10 starts, Houser sports a 3.51 ERA and a 1.40 WHIP with 41 strikeouts through 51.1 innings.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Roughed up by Cardinals
Houser (3-5) was tagged with the loss Saturday after he pitched four innings, giving up eight runs (five earned) on nine hits and a walk while striking out one versus the Cardinals.
Houser didn't have his best stuff Saturday, surrendering a season-high nine hits while also allowing two home runs including a three-run shot by Paul Goldschmidt in the third. The one strikeout was a season low for the starter and the eight-run blow up ended a two-game quality start streak for him. Houser had only allowed one homer all season before Saturday and the rough outing raised his ERA from 2.98 to 3.69. He tentatively lines up to face the Padres in his next start Thursday.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Solid in no-decision
Houser pitched six innings against San Diego on Monday, allowing one run on three hits and two walks while striking out four. He did not factor in the decision.
Houser held the Padres without a run for four frames before Jorge Alfaro notched an RBI groundout against him in the fifth. The right-hander finished with his second straight quality start and fourth overall this season. Houser has been inconsistent throughout the campaign, but he'll carry a solid 2.98 ERA into his next start, which is lined up to come in St. Louis this weekend.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Loses arbitration case
Houser will receive a $2.425 million contract in 2022 after losing his arbitration case with the Brewers, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports.
Houser filed for $3 million in arbitration, but he'll make slightly less than that this season. The right-hander has been somewhat inconsistent early in 2022, posting a 3.22 ERA and 1.35 WHIP in 36.1 innings spanning seven starts. He tentatively lines up to make his next start on the road against San Diego on Monday.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Handed tough-luck loss
Houser (3-4) took the loss during Tuesday's 3-0 defeat to Atlanta, allowing an unearned run on four hits and two walks with six strikeouts in six innings.
Houser and Atlanta starter Tucker Davidson went toe-to-toe in this one. Unfortunately for the 29-year-old Houser, a fifth-inning Mike Brosseau error on a potential inning-ending double play let home a run that proved enough to saddle Houser with a second straight loss. He's now surrendered a surprising six unearned runs over his last three starts, though the six strikeouts Tuesday matched a season high. He'll most likely take the hill again early next week against San Diego.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Dealt third defeat
Houser (3-3) was charged with the loss Wednesday against the Reds after allowing seven runs (three earned) on six hits with four walks and three strikeouts across four innings.
Houser was hurt by an error during the opening frame which resulted in four unearned runs coming across, and he also struggled in the second inning as Cincinnati struck for three more runs. The loss broke a string of three straight victories for the right-hander, and it was already the fourth time this season he's walked at least three batters in an outing. Houser has a 3.86 ERA, 1.42 WHIP and 25:15 K:BB across 30.1 innings and lines up to pitch early next week versus Atlanta.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Picks up another win
Houser (3-2) earned the win Thursday, allowing four earned runs on seven hits and one walk across five innings in a 10-5 win over the Reds. He struck out six.
Houser struggled out of the gate, allowing four singles and three runs in the top of the first, but the 29-year-old was able to settle down and tossed back-to-back scoreless innings after the bumpy start. Tyler Stephenson tagged Houser for a solo shot in the fourth and another run came around to score in the fifth, but it wasn't charged to Hauser due to a throwing error from Omar Narvaez. Thanks to another dominant showing from the Brewers' offense, Houser didn't need his best stuff to earn a third straight win.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Blanks Cubs in rout
Houser (2-2) picked up the win Friday, scattering two hits and three walks over six scoreless innings in an 11-1 victory over the Cubs. He struck out six.
The 29-year-old right-hander let only one Chicago runner even reach second base, while his offense supported him with six homers. Houser has delivered back-to-back quality starts and sports a 2.53 ERA through 21.1 innings, but his 18.4 percent strikeout rate and 11.5 percent walk rate suggest he's been more lucky than good so far.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Gets first win with quality start
Houser (1-2) picked up the win in Saturday's 5-3 victory over the Phillies, allowing three runs on five hits and a walk over six innings. He struck out three.
Philadelphia grabbed a 3-0 lead through three innings, but Houser was able to settle down in the middle frames and give Milwaukee's offense a chance to get rolling. The 29-year-old right-hander tossed 58 of 85 pitches for strikes before exiting as he recorded his first quality start of the season, and he generated seven groundball outs versus zero flyball outs -- a pattern he'll need to continue to have success given his lack of whiffs (15.6 percent strikeout rate through 15.1 innings).... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Takes tough-luck loss
Houser (0-2) took the loss against St. Louis on Saturday, pitching 5.2 innings and allowing one run on four hits and three walks while striking out four.
Despite some control issues -- he threw only 54 of 97 pitches for strikes -- Houser allowed only a fourth-inning run in the outing. He was lifted in the sixth with the Brewers trailing 1-0, and Milwaukee's offense was never able to catch up and take him off the hook for the loss. Houser holds a 2.89 ERA through two starts, but he is 0-2 and his peripherals -- including a 7:6 K:BB over 9.1 frames -- are less promising. He'll likely make his next start in Philadelphia next weekend.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Yields two runs in loss
Houser (0-1) allowed two runs on four hits and three walks over 3.2 innings Monday, striking out three and taking a loss against Baltimore.
Houser coughed up a two-run single to Cedric Mullins in the second inning and the Orioles would go on to win 2-0. He needed 76 pitches (43 strikes) to get through 3.2 frames. The 29-year-old righty will look for better results at home against the Cardinals this weekend.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Adrian Houser: Building up pitch count
Houser is expected to throw between 70 and 80 pitches Thursday in his scheduled start at the Brewers' minor-league camp, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Houser could get the ball again in the Brewers' exhibition finale Tuesday against the Royals, but even if Thursday's outing is it for him during the spring, he should be sufficiently built up for starting duty by the time Opening Day arrives. At this point, Houser looks in good shape to win a rotation spot; the only question is whether he'll be part of a traditional five-man staff, or a six-man staff that also includes youngster Aaron Ashby. The Brewers finished the 2021 regular season with a six-man rotation, and though the arrangement cost each member some innings, it paid dividends from a workload management standpoint.... See More ... See Less
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