Manager Rick Renteria said Detwiler will start Thursday against the Rangers, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
Detwiler has allowed eight runs over his past two starts (7.2 innings) and owns an unsightly 6.10 ERA, 1.62 WHIP and 27:12 K:BB in 41.1 big-league innings this season.
Detwiler allowed four earned runs on six hits and two walks while striking out three across 4.2 innings Wednesday against Houston. He did not factor into the decision.
Detwiler allowed at least one run in his first three innings, though he did retire the last five batters he faced prior to an error by Jose Abreu. He held the Astros to two extra-base hits, but was hurt in the third inning when the first three batters he faced reached base on singles. Detwiler has had a fluid role this season, though this was his third consecutive appearance as a starter and he is now fully stretched out. Overall, he has a 5.63 ERA and 1.51 WHIP with 25 strikeouts across 38.1 innings for the season. He'll draw his next start Tuesday at Minnesota.
Detwiler (1-3) allowed two runs on four hits with four walks and four strikeouts across 5.1 innings while taking a loss against the Athletics on Friday.
The 33-year-old gave up two home runs, but that's it, as he avoided any of the walks from coming around to score. Detwiler has lost two straight and yielded four homers in his last pair of starts, but he also owns a respectable 3.27 ERA during that stretch. However, it's unlikely Detwiler continues to post that decent ERA if he keeps giving up homers, especially with that amount of walks. This season, he owns a 5.35 ERA, 1.49 WHIP and 22 strikeouts in 33.2 innings. Detwiler will start next at home Wednesday against the Astros.
Detwiler will start Friday against the Athletics, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
Detwiler will stick in the rotation for at least one more turn through after allowing two runs on three hits and a walk while striking out six across 5.2 innings in a losing effort to the Phillies over the weekend. It remains to be seen whether the veteran left-hander will get another start beyond Friday's outing, though that could depend on how he fares.
Detwiler is scheduled to start Saturday's game against the Phillies, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
He'll step in as the White Sox's new fifth starter in place of Dylan Covey, who was optioned to Triple-A Charlotte after failing to record an out while giving up five runs in his outing last weekend versus the Twins. Detwiler came on in relief in that same game and served up two runs over two innings, but that was apparently good enough for him to earn another look in Chicago's rotation. Detwiler hasn't surpassed 50 pitches in any appearance since July 18, so he'll likely be subjected to some sort of workload restriction Saturday, hurting his chances of factoring into any decision.
Manager Rick Renteria said after Thursday's 6-5 loss to the Royals that Detwiler would likely be moved back to the bullpen and replaced in the rotation by Dylan Covey next week, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
After a two-week stint in the bullpen, Detwiler surprisingly re-entered the rotation Thursday but didn't find much success, lasting just 2.1 innings and surrendering five runs on eight hits and a walk. Covey, meanwhile, came on to allow only one run over 2.2 innings of long relief, a performance that was apparently good enough to earn him another crack at a starting role. Covey and Detwiler appear set to swap roles again as the White Sox continue to search for solutions both in the bullpen and at the back end of the rotation.
Detwiler (1-1) allowed five earned runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out one across 2.1 innings to take the loss Thursday against the Royals.
Detwiler got through two scoreless frames but surrendered two home runs to the first three batters he faced in the third inning. He allowed two more hits prior to being pulled, with both baserunners ultimately coming around to score. Detwiler has worked out of the bullpen and as a starter this season, racking up a 7.02 ERA and 1.98 WHIP across 16.2 innings. It remains to be seen how he will be utilized by the club going forward.
Detwiler will start Thursday against the Royals, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Detwiler was shifted to a relief role after the All-Star break, but he'll rejoin the rotation for Thursday's series finale. The southpaw has compiled a 5.02 ERA, 1.67 ERA and 6:3 K:BB across 14.1 innings (three appearances) with the big club so far this season. It remains to be seen whether Detwiler will stick in the rotation beyond Thursday or head back to the bullpen.
Detwiler allowed five runs (four earned) on seven hits and two walks while striking out one over 3.1 innings of relief in Saturday's 13-2 loss to the Athletics.
Detwiler, who made two starts for the White Sox, was moved to a long-relief role with Dylan Covey activated off the injured list to start Saturday. Covey was chased early, giving up six runs in two-thirds of an inning, putting Detwiler to work right away in his new role.
Detwiler will pitch out of the bullpen going forward, James Fegan of The Athletic reports.
Detwiler made a pair of starts for the White Sox, allowing six runs (four earned) in 11 innings while striking out just five batters. He'll fill a long-relief role now that Dylan Covey is back from his shoulder injury.
Detwiler allowed four runs (two earned) on eight hits and one walk while striking out two over six innings in a no-decision in the second game of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Tigers.
Detwiler made his second start for the White Sox after an impressive season debut against the Twins last weekend. He was less effective Wednesday, but the 33-year-old left-hander has done enough stay on until Dylan Covey (shoulder) is ready to return. If Covey, who is currently on a rehab assignment, is ready to go after the All-Star break, Detwiler will likely head back to Triple-A Charlotte.
Detwiler is listed as the White Sox's scheduled starter for the second game of Wednesday's doubleheader with the Tigers.
Unsurprisingly, Detwiler will be awarded a second turn through the Chicago rotation after holding a powerful Twins attack to two runs over five innings in his White Sox debut over the weekend. He'll draw a more favorable matchup in his second outing with the big club, taking on a Tigers offense that ranked 29th in the majors with a .286 team wOBA in June.
Detwiler (1-0) allowed two runs on six hits with no walks and three strikeouts across five innings to earn a victory against the Twins on Friday.
The 33-year-old pitched very well in this spot start, which was his first big-league outing of the year. Detwiler also pitched just once in the MLB last year for the Mariners, but he probably earned another start after this one. The only two runs Detwiler yielded came on a homer in the second inning, and he lasted just long enough to be eligible for the win. If he receives another start, his turn will appear in the rotation again Wednesday at home against the Tigers.
Detwiler will start Friday's game against the Twins.
This will be Detwiler's first big-league start in close to three years. The 33-year-old has been pitching in a starting role this season with Triple-A Charlotte, throwing at least five innings in all but one of his eight starts for the affiliate, but that one exception was June 24 (his most recent outing), when he threw only 48 pitches across two innings.
Detwiler was called up by the White Sox on Friday.
The veteran lefty will be up to provide some depth, with the White Sox set for a "bullpen day" game headed by Carson Fulmer in the series opener against Minnesota. Detwiler made a lone appearance in the majors last year with Seattle and did not pitch in the big leagues in 2017. He has a 3.98 ERA and 1.28 WHIP through 43 innings with Triple-A Charlotte this season.
Detweiler signed a minor-league contract with the White Sox on Thursday.
Detwiler had been pitcher for the York Revolution of the independent Atlantic League. In parts of two seasons with York, the 33-year-old recorded a 2.74 ERA in nine starts. Detwiler has a career 4.36 ERA in 584 innings at the major-league level but has made only one appearance since 2016.
Detwiler cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Tacoma on Friday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Detwiler was designated for assignment earlier this week after tossing six innings of relief Tuesday during his brief stint with the Mariners. The 32-year-old has a 5.15 ERA and 1.48 WHIP over 71.2 innings with the Rainiers this season.
Detwiler was designated for assignment by the Mariners on Wednesday.
The Mariners needed a fresh reliever following Tuesday's bullpen game, and Detwiler, who covered six innings in his lone big-league appearance this season Tuesday, was the roster casualty. Nick Rumbelow was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma to replace the veteran southpaw in the bullpen. Detwiler likely report back to Tacoma if he passes through waivers untouched.
Detwiler (0-1) got the loss Tuesday, allowing three runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out two over six innings against the Astros.
Mike Leake, Tuesday's scheduled starter, was a late scratch with an illness, and though reliever Nick Vincent was tabbed with the start, Detwiler ended up eating the bulk of the innings. It was the 32-year-old's first major-league appearance this season, but it's possible he'll stick around in the rotation if Leake is forced to miss any further time with the ailment.
Detwiler had his contract selected by the Mariners on Tuesday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.
Detwiler was scratched from his scheduled start with Triple-A Tacoma in order to join the Mariners, who scratched Tuesday's starter Mike Leake (illness). Reliever Nick Vincent will make his first major-league start, while Detwiler seems the likely option to cover some innings in long relief.
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