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Apr 18, 2024 7.0 2 1 2.93 30.5
Apr 13, 2024 7.0 1 1 3.80 24
Apr 7, 2024 7.0 0 1 4.86 13.5
Apr 2, 2024 3.2 0 1 6.52 -5.5
Mar 28, 2024 6.0 0 0 3.00 14.5

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Logan Webb led the National League in both innings pitched and K/BB, and in the end he was the runner up for the Cy Young. The struggling Giants offense afforded Webb the worst run support in the league offering him 3.1 runs of support per game while Webb was out there holding opposing offenses to 3.25 runs in his outings. Webb's 11-13 record would have looked different if he had the 4.3 runs of support teammate Alex Cobb received. Webb's 2023 success was built around him trusting his changeup more and cutting back on his slider usage. The changeup is now his primary pitch and it has greatly aided him in limiting the damage from lefties which has been an issue for him in previous seasons. Webb has gone from a guy with questionable durability earlier in his career to someone who has exceeded 190 innings in each of the past two seasons. Now, just get him some run support!

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 7715.4 30.7 2 1 22 6 2.94 1.17
2023 51415.6 216.0 11 13 194 31 3.25 1.07
2022 483.515.1 192.3 15 9 163 49 2.90 1.16
3y Avg. 46715.1 185.7 12 8 172 39 3.05 1.11
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Spins seven scoreless innings

    Webb (2-1) picked up the win Thursday, allowing two hits and one walk with five strikeouts over seven scoreless innings against Arizona. Webb was exceptional Thursday, making it through seven innings for a third straight start. The two hits Webb allowed came on the first two batters he faced Thursday, but he managed to retire the next 19 in a row. Webb has allowed two or fewer runs in four of his five appearances this season, boasting a 2.93 ERA across 30.2 innings pitched. He's tentatively scheduled for a matchup with the Mets on Tuesday.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Earns first win

    Webb (1-1) pitched seven innings in Saturday's win over the Rays, allowing one run on six hits and one walk over seven innings while striking out four. Webb kept the Rays' lineup at bay throughout the contest despite allowing the leadoff man to reach base in three of his seven innings of work. The right-hander threw 20 first-pitch strikes and produced 14 groundballs on the day while going at least six innings for the third time in four starts to open the season. Webb has surrendered just one home run so far on the campaign and has allowed 23 hits over his last 17.2 innings.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Posts quality start

    Webb yielded two runs on 10 hits over seven innings in a no-decision Sunday. He struck out three in the win over San Diego. Webb allowed just one run through five innings before the Giants added another run in the sixth. He's uncharacteristically coughed up 22 hits through 16.2 frames in three starts this season. Webb forced just three whiffs on 38 swings after getting four swinging strikes on 32 swings in his last appearance. The 27-year-old now owns a 4.86 ERA with a 13:4 K:BB through 16.2 innings. His next start is lined up to be in Tampa Bay.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Tagged for five runs

    Webb (0-1) took the loss Tuesday against the Dodgers, surrendering five runs on seven hits and two walks over 3.2 innings. He struck out five. Webb failed to complete four full innings Tuesday, struggling mightily with the Dodgers' gauntlet of a lineup. Mookie Betts took him yard for a solo homer in the third inning, while Freddie Freeman, Max Muncy and Gavin Lux each notched extra-base hits. Even with Webb sporting a 6.52 ERA through two starts this season, fantasy managers should maintain confidence considering he hasn't finished a season with an ERA worse than 3.25 since 2020. He's tentatively scheduled to face the Padres on Sunday for a second time in 2024 after giving up two runs over six innings against them on Opening Day.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: No decision on Opening Day

    Webb didn't factor into the decision during Thursday's loss to the Padres. He struck out five over six innings and gave up two runs on five hits and two walks. The 2023 NL Cy Young runner-up picked up where he left off last season, delivering a quality start during his first outing of the 2024 campaign. Webb held the Padres scoreless up until the fifth frame, when he allowed both his runs. While his primary value is his durability -- he's thrown at least 190 innings in two straight seasons -- and a strong K:BB (194:31 in 2023), Webb could face issues picking up wins again this season due to a lack of run support after posting an 11-13 record last year.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Won't pitch final weekend

    Webb will not make a start over the final weekend of the season, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Webb was lined up to take the ball in Sunday's regular-season finale against the Dodgers, but the out-of-contention Giants no longer have a reason to push their 26-year-old ace. He finishes the 2023 campaign with a 3.25 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 194:31 K:BB in 33 starts covering 216 innings.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Goes distance in win

    Webb (11-13) allowed a run on nine hits and struck out seven without walking a batter over nine innings, earning the complete-game win Monday over the Padres. The Giants waited until the eighth inning to give their ace any run support, and he protected the lead himself in the ninth. Webb is no stranger to a lack of help, as he's won just three times in 11 outings since the start of August despite posting eight quality starts in that span. He's now at a 3.25 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 194:31 K:BB through 216 innings over a career-high 33 starts this season. The Giants are still on the outside looking in for a playoff spot, so it's unclear if Webb would pitch in the final series of the season versus the Dodgers if San Francisco is eliminated before his turn comes up again.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Takes loss despite quality start

    Webb (10-13) took the loss Wednesday as the Giants fell 7-1 to the Diamondbacks, giving up three runs on nine hits and two walks over six innings. He struck out four. The right-hander wasn't at his best, but he still reeled off his fifth straight quality start on 102 pitches (69 strikes). Webb has gone just 1-3 during that stretch despite a 2.48 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 24:4 K:BB through 32.2 innings, as San Francisco has scored only four total runs for him in the four outings he didn't get into the win column. Webb's next start lines up for a home tilt against the Padres early next week.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Fires eight frames

    Webb allowed one run on four hits over eight innings during Friday's loss to the Rockies. He struck out six and did not factor in the decision. Webb rolled through seven shutout innings before Colorado finally scratched across a run in the eighth. He was his usual efficient self, tossing 73 of 104 pitches for strikes and tying his season high by forcing 18 whiffs. He's walked fewer than two batters in 13 straight outings, registering an impressive 66:6 K:BB during that stretch. Webb now owns a 3.31 ERA with a 183:29 K:BB through 201 frames. He's currently lined up for a start in Arizona next week.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Start postponed by rain

    Webb will not start Thursday at Colorado after the game was postponed due to rain. The game is set to be made up with a split doubleheader Saturday at Coors Field. Webb will now take the ball for the Giants on Friday versus the Rockies, with Keaton Winn and Alex Cobb presumably lining up to cover Saturday's twin bill.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Earns 10th win

    Webb (10-12) earned the win Saturday over the Rockies, allowing three hits and a walk while striking out four over six scoreless innings. Webb was sharp, throwing 61 of 93 pitches for strikes. It was his third straight quality start, and it snapped a six-start winless skid for the right-hander. Webb is now at a 3.40 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 177:29 K:BB through a career-high 193 innings over 30 starts this year. With the Giants on the outside looking in for a wild-card spot, Webb will likely be leaned on down the stretch. He's projected to make his next start at Colorado.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Handed 12th loss

    Webb (9-12) took the loss Monday against the Cubs, allowing three earned runs on five hits and one walk over 6.2 innings. He struck out four. Webb was stuck with his third straight loss even though he managed to earn a quality start. The 26-year-old has seen his strikeout rate drop significantly post-All-Star break to 6.8 K/9 after being 9.1 in first half. Webb has also produced an unspectacular 4.27 ERA over 61 innings in his 10 second-half starts.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Fans six in tough loss

    Webb (9-11) took the loss Wednesday as the Giants were downed 4-1 by the Reds, giving up two runs on seven hits over six innings. He struck out six without walking a batter. The right-hander delivered his NL-leading 19th quality start of the season -- only Gerrit Cole has more with 20 -- on 94 pitches (65 strikes), but Webb got little run support and is now winless over his last five outings. After posting a 3.49 ERA, 1.09 WHIP and 29:3 K:BB through 38.2 innings in August, he'll kick off the final month of the season on the road, as he's lined up for a start early next week in Wrigley Field against the Cubs.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Struggles in Atlanta

    Webb did not factor into the decision Saturday, allowing four runs on nine hits over six innings against Atlanta. He struck out five. After nearly tossing a complete-game shutout in his last start, Webb came back to earth against Atlanta, tying his season high in hits allowed across six frames. The right-hander also surrendered his first home run since July 28, as Ronald Acuna tagged him for a solo shot in the fifth. The outing ended what was an impressive stretch of play for Webb, who boasted a 2.20 ERA and a 21:2 K:BB over his previous five starts (28.2 innings). The 26-year-old will have an opportunity to get revenge in his next start when Atlanta comes to Oracle Park.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Nearly tosses complete game

    Webb pitched 8.2 innings and was charged with a run on six hits and a walk Sunday against the Rangers. He struck out six and was not involved in the decision. Webb had the complete game shutout at his fingertips, but manager Gabe Kapler decided to remove him in favor of Camilo Doval after Webb allowed a two-out double to J.P. Martinez. The next batter, Ezequiel Duran, managed to beat out a grounder to shortstop, which scored Martinez to send the game to an extra inning. Webb, who has already pitched one complete-game shutout this season, fell just short of another but has tossed at least seven innings in five of his last seven starts. He has been far and away the Giants' best pitcher, though he sits at an undeserving 9-9 record. The 26-year-old boasts a 3.26 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 157:26 K:BB in 163 innings and lines up for a daunting road matchup with Atlanta his next time out.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Strikes out six Monday

    Webb allowed two runs (one earned) on seven hits and struck out six without walking a batter over 5.2 innings. He did not factor in the decision Monday versus the Angels. Webb was solid but faded in the sixth inning. He was in line for the loss when he exited, but J.D. Davis' solo home run in the seventh inning tied the game at 2-2 to get Webb off the hook. The San Francisco ace has shown steady control lately, posting a 34:2 K:BB over 37.1 innings across his last six starts. He's at a 3.38 ERA, 1.09 WHIP and 151:25 K:BB through 154.1 innings over 24 starts on the year. Webb is projected for a challenging home start versus the Rangers this weekend.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Evens record Wednesday

    Webb (9-9) allowed two runs on four hits and a walk while striking out five over seven innings to earn the win Wednesday over the Diamondbacks. Webb has generally done the Giants a lot of favors lately, covering at least seven innings in four of his last five starts as the team continues to get by with bullpen days frequently. He struggled early in this contest, giving up a pair of runs in the first inning before settling down. Webb is now at a 3.45 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 145:25 K:BB through 148.2 innings over 23 starts this season. He's projected for a road start versus the Angels next week.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Takes hard-luck loss

    Webb (8-9) allowed three runs on six hits and struck out four without walking a batter over 7.1 innings, taking the loss Friday versus the Red Sox. Webb turned in a quality start in response to his 1.1-inning disaster start versus the Nationals last weekend. The Giants' offense remained cold Friday, limited to just two runs on six hits and a walk, leaving Webb with a tough-luck loss. The right-hander posted four quality starts over five outings in July and ends the month with a 3.49 ERA, 1.10 WHIP and 140:24 K:BB through 141.2 innings over 22 starts this season. Webb is projected for a home start versus the Diamondbacks next week.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Logs shortest start of career

    Webb (8-8) took the loss against Washington on Saturday, allowing six runs on five hits and one walk while striking out two batters over 1.1 innings. Webb's outing began well, as he retired the side in order in the first frame. Things unraveled for him in the second, however, as six of the seven batters he faced reach base, culminated by a CJ Abrams two-run homer that was followed by Webb getting the hook. The right-hander tossed 41 pitches and got just one out in the second inning, and his departure after 1.1 frames marked the shortest outing of his career. Webb had been pitching well coming into the contest -- he compiled a 1.59 ERA, 0.88 WHIP and 28:2 K:BB over 22.2 innings covering his past three starts -- so Saturday's disaster should be viewed as an aberration rather than an expectation.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Quality start to begin second half

    Webb allowed two runs on four hits and struck out seven without walking a batter over seven innings in a no-decision in Monday's game versus the Reds. The game was suspended after seven innings and completed Tuesday. Webb has earned quality starts in six of his last seven outings, posting a 3.14 ERA and 49:6 K:BB in that span. He's at a 3.11 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 134:23 K:BB through 133 innings across 20 starts this season. The right-hander leads the majors in innings pitched and should continue to function as the Giants' ace. He's lined up for a road start versus the Nationals over the weekend.
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