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Jun 10, 2024 6.2 3 4 3.19 18
Jun 5, 2024 7.0 3 4 3.12 15.5
May 30, 2024 6.0 3 3 3.29 2.5
May 25, 2024 6.0 3 2 3.06 19
May 20, 2024 6.0 3 2 3.20 8.5

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Player Outlook
Logan Gilbert has been a rather consistent fantasy pitcher over his first three seasons when you account for the typical variability of starting pitching. His last two full seasons have had similar looks to them by innings pitched as well as peripherals even if the process to those outcomes changed. Gilbert added a splitter to his repertoire last winter and loved it so much that it became both his third pitch and replaced the straight change he threw. It was his whiffiest pitch and one of three offerings which generated at least a 30% whiff rate. Add that to a fastball with an 18% whiff rate and it is easy to see how Gilbert is 26-13 over the past two seasons with one of the better ERAs in the league. Gilbert has a little trouble with the long ball, but his stinginess with walks offsets some of that damage. He has yet to miss a start as a big league pitcher, so just typing that feels like we're cursing him for 2024.

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 22616.1 90.3 3 4 84 20 3.19 0.97
2023 490.515.3 190.7 13 7 189 36 3.73 1.08
2022 46214.4 185.7 13 6 174 49 3.20 1.18
3y Avg. 40213.9 165.3 11 6 164 38 3.76 1.14
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Fans eight in no-decision

    Gilbert allowed three runs on six hits and no walks while striking out eight batters over 6.2 innings in a no-decision against the White Sox on Monday. Gilbert got through five scoreless frames before Luis Robert tagged him for a two-run homer in the sixth. The righty hurler returned for the seventh and gave up another run on a pair of hits before being pulled with two outs. Though he faded over his final two innings, Gilbert tied his second-highest strikeout total of the campaign and finished with his fifth quality start over his past six outings. However, he hasn't earned any victories over that stretch despite posting a solid 3.52 ERA.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Receives little help in loss

    Gilbert (3-4) allowed two runs (one earned) on five hits and struck out five without walking a batter over seven innings, but he took the loss Wednesday versus the Athletics. Gilbert can be partly to blame for this loss, as his throwing error on a pickoff attempt put Daz Cameron in position to score on a passed ball in the fifth inning. The Mariners' lack of offense was the other problem, which led to Gilbert taking his fourth loss in his last six outings. He's turned in a quality start in four of those games despite the lack of wins. The right-hander is at a 3.12 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 76:20 K:BB through 83.2 innings over 13 starts this season. Gilbert is projected for a favorable home matchup versus the last-place White Sox his next time out.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Yields four runs in loss

    Gilbert (3-3) took the loss against Houston on Thursday, allowing four runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out five batters over six innings. Gilbert began his outing with three scoreless frames, but homers by Alex Bregman and Victor Caratini plated three runs for the Astros across the fourth and fifth innings. Gilbert still had a chance to extend his three-game quality-start streak, but that was extinguished when he gave up another run in the sixth. The right-hander still has a solid 3.29 ERA and 1.00 WHIP over 76.2 innings on the campaign.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Another quality start Saturday

    Gilbert gave up one run on three hits over six innings in a no-decision against the Nationals on Saturday. He struck out four without walking a batter. Gilbert allowed a run in the second inning on a couple singles, a stolen base and a sacrifice fly, but that was the extent of the damage. While his efforts weren't rewarded with a win, Gilbert continued his run of strong pitching with a third consecutive quality start since his eight-run hiccup in Minnesota on May 9. Gilbert is tied with Jose Berrios and Seth Lugo for the most quality starts in baseball this season with nine in 11 turns to date.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Turns in quality start

    Gilbert allowed three runs on eight hits and a walk over six innings in a no-decision Monday. He struck out one during the win over the Yankees. Gilbert coughed up two runs in the first inning but was still able to settle in for a quality start. He produced a stellar 1.69 ERA through his first seven starts but has seen that climb to 3.20 after allowing 14 runs over his last 16.2 frames. On the bright side, two of those outings were quality starts. Gilbert recorded only one strikeout with five whiffs, with both setting new season lows. His next start is lined up to be in Washington this weekend.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Strong until late homer

    Gilbert (3-2) allowed three runs on four hits and three walks while striking out seven over 6.2 innings to take the loss Tuesday versus the Royals. Gilbert allowed just four baserunners over the first six innings. He went back out for the seventh, but two walks and a Nelson Velazquez home run ended his outing in unfortunate fashion. It's a significant improvement on the eight-run fiasco he had in Minnesota in his last start, but it's still a second straight loss for 27-year-old. He's pitched to a 3.07 ERA, 0.95 WHIP and 61:18 K:BB over 58.2 innings across nine starts this season. Gilbert is projected for a tough road start versus the Yankees his next time out.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Tagged for eight runs

    Gilbert (3-1) took the loss Thursday against the Twins, allowing eight runs on nine hits and two walks over four innings. He struck out four. Five of Minnesota's runs came in the first inning, including three on a Manuel Margot double. Gilbert hadn't allowed more than two earned runs in his previous five starts, recording quality starts in six of his previous seven outings. His ERA went from 1.69 to 2.94 after Thursday with a 0.94 WHIP and 54:15 K:BB across 52 innings. Gilbert will look to get back on track in his next turn in the rotation, currently scheduled for next week against Kansas City.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Tosses eight scoreless frames

    Gilbert (3-0) earned the win in Saturday's 5-0 victory over Houston, allowing two hits and four walks while striking out six batters over eight scoreless innings. Gilbert tied a season-high mark with four walks, but that didn't hurt him since he gave up just a pair of hits (both singles). The right-hander notched his fifth straight quality start and lowered his season ERA to 1.69, fifth lowest among qualified MLB pitchers. Gilbert also ranks fifth among qualified starters with a 0.79 WHIP and has registered a 50:13 K:BB through 48 innings on the campaign.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Little run support Sunday

    Gilbert did not factor into the decision in Sunday's 3-2 loss to the Diamondbacks. He allowed two runs on four hits and a walk while striking out nine in 6.1 innings. Gilbert allowed an early solo home run to Christian Walker in the second. He was then able to keep the Diamondbacks off the scoreboard until Eugenio Suarez doubled home another run in the seventh to even things up at 2-2, ultimately knocking Gilbert from the game and spoiling his chance at a win. Still, it was another excellent outing from the 27-year-old. His nine strikeouts were a season-high and he's managed to go at least six innings and all but one start so far. Gilbert now owns a sparkling 2.03 ERA, 0.80 WHIP and 44:9 K:BB in 40 innings and lines up to face the Astros on the road next weekend.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Goes 6.2 scoreless

    Gilbert improved to 2-0 on the season in Tuesday's 4-0 victory over the Rangers, striking out six over 6.2 scoreless innings while allowing two hits and issuing four walks. Gilbert surpassed six innings pitched for the fourth time in five starts this season, notching his first scoreless outing of the campaign. He battled issues with command and walked a pair of batters in the first, but he otherwise kept himself out of danger. He was removed from the contest with runners on first and third, but he was saved by Ryne Stanek, who forced Leody Taveras into an inning-ending groundout. Gilbert has posted four quality starts this season and boasts the most innings pitched (33.2) of anybody with fewer than six starts. He's scheduled for a Sunday start against Arizona.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Picks up first win

    Gilbert (1-0) earned the win over the Reds on Tuesday, allowing just one run on three hits and a walk while striking out six over 6.2 innings. Gilbert put together another stellar outing and was able to face the minimum through four innings before the Reds tacked on a run in the fifth. Tuesday's outing marks his third start in four tries this season going at least 6.2 innings and giving up one earned run or fewer. He now owns a 2.33 ERA, 0.78 WHIP and 29:4 K:BB in 27 innings. His 0.78 WHIP is tied for third in the majors among pitchers who have thrown at least 20 innings this year. Gilbert projects to take the mound again next week in a road matchup against the Rangers.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Works into eighth against Toronto

    Gilbert didn't factor into the decision Wednesday against the Blue Jays, allowing one run on five hits and one walk over 7.2 innings. He struck out eight. Gilbert was excellent Wednesday, holding the Blue Jays scoreless through six innings before allowing a lone run on a Vladimir Guerrero homer in the seventh. The 26-year-old Gilbert has struck out 23 batters through his first three starts, ranked second in the league in the early going. While Gilbert has yet to earn a win this year, he's posted an impressive 2.66 ERA with a 0.84 WHIP through his first 20.1 innings. Gilbert currently lines up for a home matchup with the Reds in his next outing.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Excellent in season debut

    Gilbert tossed seven innings in a no-decision against Boston on Saturday, allowing one run on four hits and one walk while striking out eight batters. Gilbert threw a first-pitch strike to 18 of the 26 batters he faced and gave up just one extra-base hit -- a fifth-inning Ceddanne Rafaela leadoff double that led to the lone run Boston managed against the hurler. Gilbert also induced a healthy 16 swinging strikes en route to fanning eight Red Sox batters. Though Seattle's offense was unable to produce enough to get Gilbert a win, this was an excellent first start for the right-hander, who is looking to build off last year's 3.73 ERA and career-best 1.08 WHIP.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Some struggles in last two outings

    Gilbert has allowed a combined 10 runs on nine hits, three walks and a hit batsman over the 4.1 innings covering his last two Cactus League starts. The talented right-hander was hit hard by both the Rangers and Padres in those outings, giving up a pair of home runs to the latter. However, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports manager Scott Servais wasn't discouraged by Gilbert's overall performance versus San Diego, with the Seattle skipper noting "Logan's stuff today was the best it has been all spring" and specifically complimenting the life on his fastball and the late movement on his secondary pitches. Gilbert maintains he feels "pretty comfortable" after three Cactus League outings, and he lines up for what will likely be two more opportunities to work out any kinks before the start of the season.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Impresses in Cactus League debut

    Gilbert did not factor into the decision in the Mariners' Cactus League loss to the Royals on Wednesday, firing two scoreless innings during which he issued a walk and recorded three strikeouts. The talented right-hander put together a nearly perfect performance as he begins a process of trying to be more creative with his pitch mix in deeper counts and attacking right-handed hitters, who have a .741 OPS against him thus far in his career. Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports Gilbert feels the most comfortable he has to date entering a season, partly due to his experience and the addition of a splitter that he is hoping will make him less predictable. "I have more options this year," Gilbert said. "The main thing is just not getting yourself boxed in, especially in this league. I have to really find a way to get myself out if I get myself in a jam with guys on and I'm behind in the count, being able to get out of that. And I think I have the weapons to do that now."
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Avoids arbitration with Mariners

    The Mariners and Gilbert avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $4.05 million contract Thursday, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports. Gilbert is a Super 2 qualifier, so he'll get a nice raise. The right-hander boasts a 3.76 ERA and 491:113 K:BB over 495.2 innings covering 88 starts during his three seasons in Seattle. He'll be part of what should be another strong Mariners rotation again in 2024.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Solid in no-decision

    Gilbert allowed two runs on three hits and struck out five without walking a batter over six innings in a no-decision versus the Rangers on Thursday. Gilbert was better than the line suggests -- two of the three hits he allowed were solo home runs to Leody Taveras and Adolis Garcia. The Mariners got him off the hook with a walk-off win. Over six starts in September, Gilbert allowed 16 runs across 35.2 innings while adding a 36:8 K:BB in that span. He is presumably done for the regular season, ending at a 3.73 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 189:36 K:BB over a career-high 190.2 innings in 32 starts. Should the Mariners force their way into the playoffs, Gilbert would likely take the mound during the wild-card series.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Gets no run support in loss

    Gilbert (13-7) took the loss against Texas on Saturday, allowing two runs on five hits and four walks while striking out two batters over 5.2 innings. Gilbert wasn't exactly impressive in the outing, notching twice as many walks (four) as punchouts (two), though one of the free passes was intentional. Still, the right-hander fell one out shy of a quality start and kept Seattle in the contest despite a listless performance by the team's offense. Gilbert was tagged with his second straight loss after going 8-0 over 13 games between July 4 and Sept. 11. He lines up for one more regular-season start, tentatively slated as a rematch with Texas late next week, this time in Seattle.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Yields five runs in loss

    Gilbert (13-6) allowed five runs on seven hits and a walk while striking out six over five innings, taking the loss Sunday versus the Dodgers. The loss was Gilbert's first since June 28, and this was just the fourth time in 30 starts he's allowed five or more runs. The Dodgers got to him early, as they scored four times over the first two innings, helped by home runs from Jason Heyward and Austin Barnes. Despite the poor start, Gilbert is still at a solid 3.77 ERA with a 1.08 WHIP and 182:32 K:BB through 179 innings this season. He's projected for a road start versus the Rangers in his next outing.
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  • Mariners' Logan Gilbert: Solid in no-decision

    Gilbert allowed three runs on six hits and a walk while striking out five over seven innings in a no-decision versus the Angels on Monday. Gilbert was mostly solid aside from a pair of home runs by Logan O'Hoppe that accounted for all three runs on the Seattle starter's line. Gilbert has four quality starts in his last five outings, and he hasn't taken a loss since June 28. He's at a 3.62 ERA, 1.06 WHIP and 176:31 K:BB through 174 innings over 29 starts this season. The 26-year-old is projected for a tough home start against the Dodgers this weekend.
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