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Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Earns win Friday
Ashby (3-0) allowed no runs on three hits and struck out five over three innings to pick up the win over the Cubs on Friday.
Ashby entered to begin the sixth with the Brewers down a run and kept his squad in the game by firing three scoreless innings. The Brewers would end up scoring four runs in the eighth, awarding Ashby his third win since Aug. 29. The 23-year-old was knocked around for four runs by the Cubs in his MLB debut but since then has a 1.42 ERA, 0.75 WHIP and 28:4 K:BB over 25.1 innings. He's made four starts this year but also remains a long-relief option if needed.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Earns three-inning save
Ashby allowed a hit and struck out five over three shutout innings while earning a save over Cleveland on Sunday.
Ashby entered a Brewers blowout in the seventh inning and cruised through three scoreless innings to earn his first career save. The left-handed rookie lowered his ERA to 3.13 through 23 innings this season. Barring an injury to a starting pitcher, Ashby will likely stay in a long-relief role for the rest of the season.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Back in bullpen
Ashby covered 4.1 innings out of the bullpen in Friday's 15-4 loss to the Cardinals, giving up two runs on one hit and one walk while striking out four.
Even though Brett Anderson (shoulder) was moved to the injured list Thursday, Ashby doesn't look like he'll receive the chance to stick in the rotation as a sixth starter, at least for the upcoming week. Because he was needed to eat innings in long relief Friday after Freddy Peralta's short start, Ashby is out of the mix to fill Anderson's next turn through the rotation, which was set to come Monday versus the Phillies.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Earns first big-league win
Ashby (1-0) allowed two runs on three hits and a walk while striking out four over five innings in a win over the Twins on Sunday.
Sunday was Ashby's longest outing of the season and just the second time eclipsing four innings or more in five appearances this year. His only trouble came in the fourth, after allowing a leadoff walk to Rob Refsnyder, Ashby served up a two-run shot to Miguel Sano to make it a 6-2 ballgame. The 23-year-old had pitched 11 straight scoreless innings before the home run and now owns a 3.95 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 13:5 K:BB over 13.2 innings. He tentatively lines up for a home start against the Cardinals next weekend.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Listed as Sunday's starter
Ashby is listed as the starter for Sunday's game against the Twins, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports.
Ashby was recalled by the Brewers last weekend, and he allowed two hits and a walk while striking out four in two scoreless innings against the Nationals on Sunday. He has a 4.15 ERA in 8.2 innings this year and is in line to make his fourth start of the season in Sunday's series finale at Target Field.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Could start Sunday
Ashby could start Sunday against the Twins, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Ashby had his contract selected by the Brewers over the weekend and could receive a look in the rotation a week later. He delivered two scoreless frames Sunday and would be making a spot start for Freddy Peralta (shoulder), who remains on the injured list.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Rejoins Brewers
The Brewers recalled Ashby from Triple-A Nashville on Sunday.
The lefty fills the need for a fresh bullpen arm in Sunday's series finale against Washington. Ashby has rebounded from his disastrous debut to hold opponents scoreless in his last six innings of work, striking out five and walking none in that two-game span. He may be used in a long-relief role if Adrian Houser doesn't last long in his first start since Aug. 3.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Moves back to Triple-A
The Brewers optioned Ashby to Triple-A Nashville on Sunday.
As anticipated, Ashby will head back to the minors after he was designated as the Brewers' 27th man ahead of Saturday's doubleheader with the Pirates. He picked up his third start of the season in the second game of the twin bill, tossing four scoreless innings en route to taking a no-decision in Milwaukee's 6-0 win. With Eric Lauer returning from the COVID-19 injured list to start Sunday's series finale and with Adrian Houser also closing in on a return from the COVID-19 IL, Ashby isn't expected to get any starting opportunities with Milwaukee in the near future.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Fires four scoreless frames
Ashby blanked the Pirates over four innings Saturday, allowing just three hits and striking out four. He did not factor into the decison.
Ashby started the back end of Saturday's doubleheader -- just his third major-league outing -- and was firmly in command, throwing 41 of his 58 pitches for strikes while limiting the Pirates to just three singles. Ashby was rocked in his major-league debut back in June, giving up seven runs (four earned), but he's spun six straight scoreless innings over two appearances since being recalled from Triple-A Nashville earlier this week. Ashby may not stick as a starter as Milwaukee's rotation gets healthier, but he's certainly making a case to have a role with the big-league club down the stretch.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Fires two scoreless innings
Ashby pitched two scoreless innings on two hits while striking out one in Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Cubs.
Ashby was great in two innings, a far cry from his MLB debut where he failed to get out of the first inning. However, a 90-minute rain delay stood in the way of him being able to go deeper into Tuesday night's game. The 23-year-old carries a 4.48 ERA and 1.38 WHIP with a 14.1 K/9 in 62.1 innings with Triple-A Nashville this season. He is likely first in line to receive future spot starts if the Brewers need an additional starter.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Returns to minors
The Brewers optioned Ashby to Triple-A Nashville on Wednesday.
As expected, Ashby will return to the minors after he was designated as the Brewers' 27th man for their doubleheader sweep of the Cubs on Tuesday. Though he started the second game of the twin bill, he acted as more of an opener in the contest, working two scoreless frames before giving way to the bullpen.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Starting Game 2 of twin bill
The Brewers will call up Ashby from Triple-A Nashville to start the second game of their doubleheader Tuesday with the Cubs, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Ashby's MLB debut came back on June 30 against this same Cubs team, when he recorded only two outs and surrendered seven runs (four earned) on four hits and three walks. Despite putting Milwaukee in a 7-0 hole, Ashby was spared the loss when the Brewers mounted a furious comeback to win by a 15-7 margin. The Brewers are expected to designate Ashby as their 27th man for the twin bill, so he'll presumably head back to Nashville after making the spot start.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Sent back to minors
The Brewers optioned Ashby to Triple-A Nashville on Thursday.
Ashby put the Brewers in a 7-0 hole Wednesday in his MLB debut after he failed to escape the first inning, but Milwaukee spared him a loss by scoring 15 unanswered runs. The poor outing will still result in Ashby losing his spot on the active roster, as Nashville starter Alec Bettinger was called up in a corresponding move to aid a taxed Milwaukee bullpen that covered the final 8.1 innings of Wednesday's come-from-behind win over the Cubs.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Rocked in debut
Ashby allowed seven runs (four earned) on four hits and three walks in two-thirds of an inning Wednesday against the Cubs. He did not factor into the decision.
Ashby, who was making his major-league debut, served as the opener in a bullpen game but couldn't get out of the first inning. He allowed seven baserunners, threw just 18 of his 39 pitches for strikes, and compounded his problems with a wild pitch that brought in one of the Chicago runs. Ashby escaped without the loss, however, after his teammates stormed back from a 7-0 deficit. It's unclear whether Ashby will get another look with the Brewers or head back to Triple-A Nashville.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Contract officially selected
Ashby's contract was selected by the Brewers on Wednesday.
Ashby will make his major-league debut as the starter in Wednesday's matchup against the Cubs, but the Brewers plan to have a bullpen game in the series finale. The southpaw has served as a reliever recently and hasn't pitched more than two innings in nearly a month. Since moving to the bullpen with the Triple-A club, Ashby has posted an 8.71 ERA and 2.03 WHIP in 10.1 innings.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Making big-league debut Wednesday
Ashby will start Wednesday's series finale against the Cubs, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
The 23-year-old will make his big-league debut versus Chicago as Milwaukee finishes the series with a bullpen game. Ashby began the season as a starter at Triple-A Nashville and posted a 2.93 ERA across 27.2 innings, but he was shifted to the bullpen in early June to expedite his move to the majors as one of the organization's top prospects. He hasn't pitched more than two frames in nearly a month while working as a reliever and shouldn't be expected to pitch deep Wednesday, but he'll at least have the familiarity of starting the contest in his first MLB appearance.... See More ... See Less
Brewers' Aaron Ashby: Receiving big-league promotion
Ashby had his contract selected by the Brewers on Tuesday, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports.
The young left-hander was shifted to the bullpen at Triple-A Nashville in early June, and he'll join the Brewers despite posting a 8.71 ERA, 2.03 WHIP and 17:7 K:BB across 10.1 innings (six appearances) as a reliever. Ashby was pitching well as a starter prior to the move with a 2.93 ERA over 27.2 innings, but Milwaukee has apparently seen enough to give him a look in the majors. The 23-year-old is the organization's top pitching prospect and is still viewed as a starter long term, but for now he'll join the big-league club as a bullpen piece and could be in the mix Wednesday versus the Cubs with the Brewers expected to employ a bullpen day.... See More ... See Less
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