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2022 Pitching

STATS IP
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Wins
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ERA
Earned Run Average
SO
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BB
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Regular Season 97.2 7 3 3.13 86 23

Top Logan Webb News

  • Giants' Logan Webb: Takes loss in quality start

    Webb (7-3) took the loss during Saturday's 5-3 defeat at the hands of the White Sox, allowing five runs (three earned) on six hits and a walk with five strikeouts in six innings.

    Webb began Saturday's start with three perfect innings but encountered trouble in the fourth and sixth, when he surrendered all but one of his baserunners and all five runs scored with the help of two errors. The 25-year-old fired 67 of 101 pitches for strikes with 14 of the swinging variety and is averaging over 103 pitches with 8.5 K/9 across his last five starts compared to just over 90 pitches and 7.6 K/9 in his first 11 turns. Webb is set to face off against San Diego in his next start, projected for midweek.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Strong in Saturday's win

    Webb (7-2) allowed an unearned run on two hits, two walks and a hit batter with six strikeouts in six innings, earning the win versus the Reds on Saturday.

    Webb was just average for much of May and into June, but he's rediscovered the form that made him look like a staff ace in the latter half of 2021. Over his last three starts, he's covered 20 innings while allowing two runs (one earned), 13 hits and five walks while striking out 22. The right-hander now has a 3.04 ERA, 1.12 WHIP and 81:22 K:BB across 91.2 innings in 15 starts overall. He'll look to keep rolling in a projected home start versus the White Sox next weekend.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Settles for no-decision

    Webb completed seven innings against Atlanta on Monday, allowing one run on six hits and no walks while striking out seven. He did not factor in the decision.

    Webb allowed a second-inning Travis d'Arnaud solo home run but did not surrender any additional runs for the remainder of his outing. He didn't get much run support, however, and was in line for the loss until the Giants scored their only run in the eighth frame. Webb finished with his second straight quality start and has posted a 16:3 K:BB while yielding only one run across 14 innings over that span. He has posted a 3.26 ERA, 1.16 WHIP and 75:20 K:BB while recording a 6-2 record over 85.2 innings on the season.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Throws seven shutout innings

    Webb (6-2) earned the win Tuesday over the Royals. He allowed five hits and three walks with nine strikeouts in seven shutout innings.

    Webb has seen a number of starts lately ruined by one rough inning, but it didn't happen Tuesday. He kept runs off the board for the first time all season, though his three walks matched a season high. With the gem, the 25-year-old lowered his ERA to 3.43 with a 1.18 WHIP and 68:20 K:BB across 78.2 innings across 13 starts. He'll look to build upon this strong showing in his next start, tentatively scheduled for early next week in Atlanta.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: One rough inning in loss

    Webb (5-2) took the loss Thursday against Colorado, allowing three runs (two earned) on seven hits and a walk while striking out three in 5.2 innings.

    The first five Rockies batters reached base to begin the fourth inning against Webb, as the defense behind him faltered with three errors, and all three runs against him came across during the frame. The 25-year-old has been competitive but unspectacular through 12 starts this season, amassing a 3.77 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 59:17 K:BB. He hasn't picked up a victory since May 13, a span of five starts.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Wobbles in fifth inning

    Webb did not factor in the decision against Miami on Saturday. He pitched 4.2 innings, allowing four runs on four hits and two walks while striking out six.

    Webb looked to be cruising to a win through four innings, as he held the Marlins without a run while San Francisco built a 4-0 lead. However, things fell apart for the right-hander in the fifth, when he gave up three straight hits to start the frame and was pulled before he could notch the third out. This was the first time since April 19 that Webb failed to complete five innings, but he avoided taking his first loss since that date. He'll look for better results in a tough matchup at home against the Dodgers next week.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Pitches into ninth frame

    Webb tossed eight innings, giving up three runs on four hits while striking out 10 in the victory over the Phillies on Monday. He did not factor into the decision.

    Webb was unable to limit the homers in this one, giving up three solo shots and tarnishing what was an almost perfect performance. Most notably, he entered the ninth inning with a 3-2 lead, but he allowed a game-tying home run to Kyle Schwarber to open the inning and was forced out of the contest. The 10 strikeouts were a season high for the right-hander and he has now given up three or fewer runs in four straight starts and all but one of his 10 outings in 2022. Webb now owns a 3.52 ERA and 1.16 WHIP with 50 punchouts over 61.1 frames this year.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Fans six in no-decision

    Webb didn't factor into the decision during Tuesday's 13-12 win against the Mets, allowing two runs on five hits and one walk with six strikeouts in five innings.

    Webb permitted one run on three hits in the second inning and another in the fourth before departing with a comfortable six-run lead, only for New York to rally with seven runs in the eighth. Though he hasn't been dominant with 40 strikeouts in 53.1 innings, the 25-year-old has been extremely steady through nine starts. He's allowed four runs or fewer in every turn, resulting in a 3.54 ERA and 1.26 WHIP. He lines up to take the mound again early next week against Philadelphia.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Survives Coors Field

    Webb allowed three earned runs on four hits and two walks while striking out six across seven innings Wednesday against the Rockies. He did not factor into the decision.

    Webb coughed up two runs in the first frame but rebounded to turn in his sixth quality start in eight appearances this season. He did so primarily by keeping the ball out of the air, as 17 of his 21 outs came via either groundball or strikeout. Webb owns a 3.54 ERA with a 34:13 K:BB across 48.1 innings on the campaign.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Earns fourth straight win

    Webb (5-1) allowed one run on three hits and three walks over six innings Friday, striking out one batter and picking up a win over the Cardinals.

    Webb gave up an RBI groundout to Paul Goldschmidt in the first innings before shutting the Cardinals down for five straight frames. It was the second time this season that he struck out only one batter, with the last one happening on April 19 when he threw just 3.2 innings. Webb is now sporting a 3.48 ERA with a 28:11 K:BB through 41.1 frames. He's expected to face the Rockies on the road next week.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Grabs win Saturday

    Webb (4-1) earned the win over St. Louis on Saturday, completing five innings and allowing four runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out seven.

    This was far from Webb's best outing of the season -- he allowed a season-high four runs and needed 84 pitches to get through five frames. However, the Giants racked up nine runs in the first four innings, allowing the right-hander to pitch with limited stress and enabling him to pick up his fourth victory. Promisingly, Webb tied his season high with seven strikeouts after punching out just three batters in his previous outing. He'll carry a 3.82 ERA into his next start, which lines up to be a rematch against the Cardinals -- this time in St. Louis -- on Friday.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Beats Nats again Saturday

    Webb (3-1) picked up the win in Saturday's 9-3 victory over the Nationals, allowing three runs on 11 hits and a walk over six innings. He struck out three.

    It's the fourth quality start in five trips to the mound for Webb this season, but that obscures a somewhat disappointing April performance. The right-hander has managed only a 15.9 percent strikeout rate so far, a huge drop from last year's 26.5 percent rate, and his fastball is also one mph slower at 91.9. Webb has plenty of time to regain his 2021 form as the weather warms up, but his early results are a little concerning despite his record.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Strikes out six in win

    Webb (2-1) allowed three runs on seven hits and a walk while striking out six in 6.2 innings to earn the win over the Nationals on Sunday.

    Webb was charged with the loss when he gave up three runs in his last start, but he got plenty of run support from the Giants' offense Sunday. The right-hander built up to 98 pitches in Sunday's outing, and he's now posted a 2.96 ERA and 1.11 WHIP in 24.1 innings this season. He tentatively lines up to make his next start at home against the Nationals next Sunday.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Shaky in loss to Mets

    Webb (1-1) took the loss in the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Mets, giving up three runs on six hits and three walks over 3.2 innings while striking out only one.

    The right-hander put traffic on the bases in every inning, but Webb managed to keep the Mets off the board until the third, when an Eduardo Escobar double plated two runs. The 25-year-old was coming off two straight quality starts to begin the season, and even after Tuesday's outing, he still sports a 2.55 ERA and 1.08 WHIP through 17.2 innings; however, his 15.5 percent strikeout rate is a big step back from the 26.5 percent mark he posted in 2021.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Dominates in win

    Webb (1-0) pitched eight innings, striking out seven and allowing one run on four hits in a 2-1 win Wednesday over San Diego.

    After allowing a one-out RBI triple to Jake Cronenworth in the first inning, Webb shut down the Padres the rest of the way, giving up just two singles. The eight innings pitched was the most of any starter in baseball so far this season. The 25-year-old has given up just one run in each of his two starts in 2022. His next start will likely come early next week against the Mets.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Sharp in no-decison

    Webb didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 6-5 extra-inning win over the Marlins, allowing one run on five hits and a walk over six-plus innings. He struck out three.

    The right-hander blanked Miami over six frames, but after walking Joey Wendle on four pitches to begin the seventh, Webb was replaced by Dominic Leone and watched Wendle come around to score two batters later. The win then slipped through his fingers when Camilo Doval blew the save in the top of the ninth. Webb still got his season off to a flying start, and he'll look to keep that momentum going Wednesday at home against the Padres.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: On pitch count

    Webb will be on a pitch count Friday against the Marlins, though the Giants didn't specify what that pitch count would be, Amy Gutierrez of the Giants' official site reports.

    The pitch count will hurt Webb's chances at getting a win, though he'll hardly be alone in that regard, as many pitchers won't be fully built up following the shortened spring training. Webb reached four innings in his final spring tune-up start, so it's still very possible that he can reach five innings Friday.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 220 lbs
Birthplace: Rocklin, CA
Age: 25
Experience: 2
Bats/Throws: R, R