Bumgarner tossed nine innings and held the Mets to one run on five hits and a walk with six strikeouts but did not factor into the decision during Thursday's 3-2 win.
Bumgarner was in lights-out form as he left with the score knotted 1-1. Unfortunately, the game carried on through 16 innings, as Bumgarner became the first Giants pitcher since Matt Cain in 2009 to post a no-decision after tossing nine frames. The southpaw threw 64 of 94 pitches for strikes and seemed to still have some gas left in the tank at the end. With the trade deadline approaching, Bumgarner's improved strikeout rate and increased velocity just may transfer him to a new club. In the meantime, the 29-year-old owns a 3.65 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 127:26 K:BB and is scheduled to take on the Cubs on Tuesday.
Bumgarner didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 5-4 loss to the Brewers, giving up one unearned run on seven hits and a walk over five innings. He struck out six.
The southpaw showed no ill effects from the elbow bruise that cut short his last start before the All-Star break. Bumgarner will take a 3.86 ERA and 121:25 K:BB through 116.2 innings into his next outing Thursday, at home against the Mets.
Bumgarner (elbow) was scheduled to throw a bullpen session Thursday in North Carolina and is on track to rejoin the Giants this weekend to start Saturday's game in Milwaukee, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
The Giants still have the luxury of adjusting their rotation in the event Bumgarner needs more time to get over his left elbow contusion, but the team continues to list the ace on the pitching schedule for Saturday. He'll be returning to the mound this weekend on six days' rest after he was forced to exit early in his final start of the first half July 6, when was struck by a line drive.
Bumgarner (elbow) is scheduled to start Saturday's game at Milwaukee, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Bumgarner sustained a left elbow contusion after being hit by a line drive Saturday, but it doesn't look as though he will be forced to miss a turn through the rotation. The 29-year-old will have a couple extra days off due to the All-Star break and will throw a bullpen session Thursday in advance of the start.
Bumgarner was diagnosed with a left elbow contusion after X-rays came back negative Saturday, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic reports.
Bumgarner was hit in the left elbow by a line drive in the first inning Saturday and was removed after two innings, but it looks as though he was able to escape with a bruise. The 29-year-old would typically be expected to start the Giants' first game after the All-Star break Friday at Milwaukee, but it will likely be at least a day or two until his availability is determined.
Bumgarner was removed from Saturday's game after being hit by a line drive just above his left elbow, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Bumgarner was struck by the liner during the first inning and was able to remain in the game for another frame, but he did not throw a pitch in the third inning despite initially retaking the mound. The veteran left-hander should have his status updated later Saturday or Sunday.
Bumgarner (5-7) gave up just one run over seven innings to earn the win against the Diamondbacks on Sunday. He struck out nine and allowed four hits and zero walks.
Bumgarner threw 70 percent of his pitches for strikes and needed just 96 to complete seven innings. The lone extra-base hit against him set up a sacrifice fly in the fifth inning, but baserunners were few and far between for most of the outing. The left-hander has been excellent over his last two starts, posting a 20:3 K:BB while allowing three earned runs over 13 innings. Bumgarner will take a 4.02 ERA into his next start at home against the Cardinals.
Bumgarner (4-7) allowed two runs in six innings to earn the win against the Rockies on Tuesday. He gave up three hits while walking three and striking out 11.
After suffering through his worst outing of the season in his previous start, Bumgarner struck out a season-high 11 batters Tuesday and posted his 12th quality start in 17 appearances. Though he struggled a bit with his control, the 29-year-old limited Colorado to only three hits, the least he has given up this season. With San Francisco far out of the playoff picture the possibility of a trade to a contender looms for Bumgarner, but he is scheduled to face the Diamondbacks on Sunday in his next start.
Bumgarner (3-7) took the loss against the Dodgers on Thursday, pitching 3.2 innings and giving up six runs on 10 hits and one walk while striking out three.
Not only was the performance the worst for Bumgarner this season, but it also marked the most runs (six) and hits (10) he has given up in 35 career starts against the Dodgers. Most of the damage came in the fourth inning, when the Dodgers rocked Bumgarner for eight hits (including two homers) and five runs before he was mercifully pulled from the game. The rough outing snapped a streak of five straight quality starts for Bumgarner, though none of those appearances resulted in a win. The 29-year-old is certainly better than Thursday's implosion suggests, though his current numbers -- a 4.28 ERA and 1.24 WHIP along with a 3-7 record -- are a far cry from his days as a perennial Cy Young Award contender. He'll look to rebound at home in his next start against the Rockies on Tuesday.
Bumgarner picked up a quality start despite allowing five runs in six innings Saturday against the Brewers, as just three of those runs were earned. He walked six and allowed five hits while striking out six batters.
It was hardly Bumgarner's most impressive outing, but it met the bare minimum requirements for a quality start, so owners in leagues with that category will be happy. The veteran allowed a Manny Pina solo shot in the third, three runs in the fourth (two of which were unearned) and one more in the fifth, but he kept the Giants in a game which they would eventually win. Bumgarner will next take the hill Thursday against the Dodgers.
Bumgarner (3-6) held the Dodgers to one run on four hits while walking one and striking out five over seven innings in a 1-0 loss Sunday.
We are used to seeing Bumgarner involved in these classic Dodgers/Giants pitching duels against Clayton Kershaw, but it was young phenom Walker Buehler opposing, and beating, him Sunday. The veteran southpaw gave up his lone run on a solo shot to Max Muncy, and the two got into a verbal confrontation when Muncy stared at his mammoth long ball for a couple of seconds. Despite taking the loss, Bumgarner turned in another quality start, his fourth in as many outings, getting his ERA back under 4.00 on the year (3.83). The 29-year-old's peripherals are all in line with his career norms for the most part, so his slight increase in ERA this season is simply him pitching truer to his FIP (3.87) as opposed to getting slightly lucky over the past two seasons. Bumgarner will take on another tough challenge when he faces the Brew Crew on Saturday.
Bumgarner allowed three runs on six hits and two walks across six innings during Tuesday's extra-inning win over the Mets. He struck out five but did not factor in the decision.
Bumgarner has now delivered three straight quality starts and has completed six innings in all but one start this season. He actually kept the Mets off the board until the sixth inning when Wilson Ramos and Pete Alonso brought home three runs with a pair of homers. The 29-year-old has been a reliable start for sure, but he isn't having quite the same level of success this season with a 4.05 ERA and 1.20 WHIP through 13 starts. Bumgarner will next take the mound Sunday against the division-rival Dodgers.
Bumgarner (3-5) took the loss Wednesday as the Giants were downed 4-2 by the Marlins, allowing two runs on six hits and a walk over six innings while striking out four.
The veteran southpaw has delivered eight quality starts in 12 trips to the mound this season, but you'd never know it from his record. Bumgarner will carry a 4.01 ERA and 74:14 K:BB through 72 innings into his next outing Tuesday, on the road against the Mets.
Bumgarner did not factor into the decision versus the Braves on Thursday despite allowing only two runs on six hits in six innings. He walked two and struck out six.
The Giants' ace left the game in line for a win but ultimately had to settle for a quality start and no-decision. Though his 2019 numbers are a shade below his peak years, Bumgarner has been an exemplar innings-eater this season, tossing at least 5.2 innings in each of his 11 outings and earning seven quality starts in the process. He has also seen his strikeout rate rise after two consecutive down seasons; through 68 innings, he has struck out 70 batters. He'll face a weak Miami offense in his next start Wednesday.
Bumgarner (3-4) earned the win Saturday, allowing four runs on five hits and three walks while striking out six over 6.1 innings in an 8-5 win over the Diamondbacks.
Bumgarner pitched well on the night until running into trouble in the seventh inning. He finished with 105 pitches. Bumgarner has a 4.21 ERA and 1.18 WHIP through 10 starts this year, adding 64 strikeouts in his 62 innings. The 29-year-old is scheduled to face the Braves on Thursday in his next start.
Bumgarner allowed four runs (two earned) on eight hits and struck out seven across six innings Sunday against the Reds in a no-decision.
Bumgarner gave up a pair of unearned runs in the first inning, and he surrendered runs in the second and sixth prior to exiting a 4-2 ballgame. The Giants would rally, however, getting him off the hook for the loss. The 29-year-old has allowed three or fewer earned runs in each of his last three outings, and his ERA now sits at 3.88 over 55.2 innings.
Bumgarner (2-4) picked up the win in Tuesday's 14-4 rout of the Rockies, allowing three runs on eight hits and a walk over six innings while striking out eight.
He did serve up two homers, but the southpaw limited the damage in a dangerous environment to produce his fifth quality start in eight outings. Bumgarner will take a 3.99 ERA and 51:8 K:BB through 49.2 innings into his next start Sunday, at home against the Reds.
Bumgarner allowed one run on four hits with two walks while striking out eight through six innings in a no-decision against the Dodgers on Wednesday.
This was a welcome sight for Bumgarner owners as he posted 18 swinging strikes on his way to eight strikeouts in the quality start. The left-hander has not allowed a home run in his last three starts and has a 20:3 K:BB over that span. He has a 1-4 record with a 3.92 ERA through seven starts this season. Bumgarner will have a tough matchup his next start Tuesday in Colorado.
Bumgarner (1-4) took the loss Friday, allowing five runs on 11 hits over 5.2 innings against the Yankees. He struck out five and did not walk a batter.
New York got to Bumgarner early, with four of the first five batters hitting safely in the first inning. He was OK after that, but the 11 hits were by far a season high (his previous high was six allowed). A super-low 56.8 percent left-on-base rate this season points to bad luck for the left-hander, although Bumgarner is creating some of his own bad luck with a hard-hit rate pushing 47 percent, per Statcast. Bumgarner lines up for a home start against the Dodgers next week.
Bumgarner (1-3) allowed four runs on six hits with seven strikeouts and one walk across six innings in a loss to the Pirates on Friday.
It looked like Bumgarner was headed for an uneventful first inning, but with two outs and nobody on, five straight hitters reached for the Pirates, and they scored four runs. Bumgarner yielded only three baserunners (one on an error) after that, but the damage was already done, and the Giants couldn't muster any offense against the Pirates. Bumgarner is 1-3 with a 3.66 ERA, 0.97 WHIP and 30 strikeouts in 32 innings across five starts this season. His next start should come against the Yankees on Friday.
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