Arrieta yielded one run on four hits and two walks while striking out two over five innings Sunday in a no-decision against the Nationals.
Arrieta breezed through the first three innings before allowing his one run of the day in the fourth on a single to right field. The right-hander is still battling through a bone spur, though he continues to attempt to play through the pain, and he saw solid results in Sunday's series finale. Arrieta will head into his next outing with a 4.54 ERA and 87 strikeouts over 113 innings this season.
Arrieta (elbow) has been confirmed as the starter for Sunday's game against the Nationals, Meghan Montemurro of The Athletic reports.
An x-ray taken Friday also confirmed the diagnosis of a bone spur in in Arrieta's right elbow, but he'll continue with his plan to play through the pain. He hasn't pitched effectively of late, recording a 7.71 ERA and 1.90 WHIP over his last three starts, so the Phillies could quickly pull the plug if Arrieta remains ineffective.
Arrieta (elbow) is still scheduled to pitch this Sunday against the Nationals, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.
It was revealed following Arrieta's previous start that the veteran has been dealing with a bone spur in his elbow, potentially explaining his recent downturn in performance. He appears to be following through on his plan to wait until the offseason to undergo surgery, though that could always change if his effectiveness continues to slide.
Arrieta has been pitching with a bone spur in his right elbow and will likely require surgery at some point to address the matter, a source informed Ken Rosenthal and Matt Gelb of The Athletic.
Arrieta hinted after his start in Saturday's 6-5 loss to the Mets that he might not be completely healthy, though he didn't elaborate on the nature or extent of his physical issues. The report from Rosenthal and Gelb offers more clarity on that front while also creating more concern about Arrieta's outlook for the second half even if he forgoes surgery until the offseason, which is what Arrieta is tentatively planning to do, per Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer. Arrieta owns a 6.63 ERA over his last seven outings and was uncharacteristically wild while surrendering six runs (five earned) in 4.1 innings Saturday, as he hit three batters to match his total from his prior 17 outings combined. The right-hander previously required season-ending surgery to address a bone spur back in 2011 as a member of the Orioles.
Arrieta (8-7) took the loss Saturday, coughing up six runs (five earned) on 11 hits over 4.1 innings while striking out four as the Phillies were downed 6-5 by the Mets.
The right-hander failed to last six innings for the first time in a month while getting tagged for a season high in hits. Per Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer, the veteran right-hander indicated after the game he may not be fully healthy, but he didn't specify the specifics of the issue. Arrieta will take a 4.67 ERA and 85:40 K:BB through 108 innings into the All-Star break.
Arrieta gave up four runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out six through six innings to take the win against the Marlins on Sunday.
Arrieta only allowed one run through five innings, but he gave up three runs in the sixth inning on four hits including a two-run homer. Arrieta isn't dominating like he has in past years, but he is still a workhorse in this environment, reaching 100 innings for the season and pitching six innings in each of his last four starts. The right-hander is 8-6 with a 4.43 ERA through 17 starts this season. Arrieta will make his next start Saturday against the Mets at Citi Field.
Arrieta (7-6) received the win Tuesday versus the Mets despite allowing five runs on nine hits across six innings. He had two strikeouts and two walks.
Arrieta was dealt a tough-luck loss his last time on the mound but things evened out after he received the win Tuesday. The right-hander never really settled in versus the Mets, allowing at least one run in four of his six innings. The 33-year-old has a 4.33 ERA and 1.41 WHIP over 97.2 innings heading into Sunday's matchup with the Marlins.
Arrieta (6-6) took the loss in the second game of Wednesday's doubleheader, giving up one run on two hits and a walk over six innings while striking out three as the Phillies fell 2-0 to the Nationals.
The right-hander made only one real mistake, getting taken deep by Brian Dozier in the second inning, but that was one mistake too many with Max Scherzer in Cy Young form for the Nats. Arrieta now has 10 quality starts on the season, and he'll carry a 4.12 ERA and 73:37 K:BB through 91.2 innings into his next outing Monday, at home against the Mets.
Arrieta won't make Tuesday's scheduled start versus the Nationals due to inclement weather.
Arrieta will have his turn through the rotation pushed back again due to a second straight postponement in Washington. According to Matt Breen of The Philadelphia Inquirer, the 33-year-old will toe the rubber for Game 2 of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Nationals.
Arrieta won't make his scheduled start Monday against the Nationals due to inclement weather, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.
Monday's game will be made up as part of a doubleheader Wednesday, though Arrieta has been announced as Tuesday's starting pitcher following the postponement, per Zolecki.
Arrieta (6-5) earned the victory Tuesday against the Diamondbacks by allowing three runs on six hits across six innings. He struck out five and walked four.
Walks were once again a major issue for Arrieta as he delivered a first-pitch strike to only 11 of the 28 batters he faced, though he nonetheless was able to deliver a quality start. The veteran right-hander has a 4.31 ERA, 1.45 WHIP and 70:36 K:BB over 85.2 innings and should take the mound Sunday in Atlanta or Monday at Washington, depending how the team shuffles things around following Jerad Eickhoff's demotion from the starting rotation.
Arrieta allowed five runs on seven hits and five walks across 4.2 innings during a no-decision against the Padres on Wednesday. He struck out three.
In his last start, Arrieta yielded a season-high 10 hits, including three homers. In this appearance, he had trouble finding the strike zone, as he issued a season-high number of walks while also allowing a pair of home runs. Arrieta has now yielded nine homers in his last six starts, after he only surrendered five in his first seven outings of the season. The veteran right-hander is 5-5 with a 4.29 ERA, 1.43 WHIP and 65 strikeouts in 79.2 innings. He's scheduled to make his next start at home against the Diamondbacks on Tuesday.
Arrieta (5-5) allowed five runs on 10 hits and a walk while striking out three over five innings Friday to take the loss as the Phillies fell 6-3 to the Dodgers.
Arrieta allowed three of the four homers the Dodgers swatted in Friday's contest. The 33-year-old saw his ERA rise to 3.96, as he has 62 strikeouts in 75 innings this year. Arrieta should have an easier time Wednesday when he is scheduled to take on the Padres.
Arrieta (5-4) allowed two runs on five hits with eight strikeouts and one walk across eight innings to earn a victory against the Brewers on Saturday.
This was arguably Arrieta's best start of the year, as he tied season highs in innings pitched and strikeouts. Arrieta hasn't struck out batters with as much regularity in Philadelphia as he did with the Cubs, but the bigger issue this season is his BB/9 is up to 3.3 from 3.0. When Arrieta displays great control, he's tough to score against. Overall, he is 5-4 with a 3.60 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 59 strikeouts in 70 innings. He is scheduled to pitch next against the Dodgers on Friday.
Arrieta didn't factor into the decision in Monday's 5-4 extra-inning win over the Cubs, allowing one run on eight hits and two walks over six innings while striking out four.
The veteran right-hander left the game in line for his fifth win of the season, but Seranthony Dominguez blew the lead in the eighth inning. Arrieta has been his usual reliable self so far, providing seven quality starts in 10 trips to the mound, and he'll take a 3.77 ERA and 51:25 K:BB through 62 innings into his next outing Saturday in Milwaukee.
Arrieta (4-4) gave up five runs (four earned) on five hits and four walks while striking out five through six innings in a loss to the Brewers on Wednesday.
Arrieta allowed nine baserunners and surrendered the five runs that ultimately put him on the hook for the loss. The walks continue to be an issue for the right-hander (3.7 BB/9). The 33-year-old has a 4-4 record with a 4.02 ERA and 7.6 K/9 through nine starts this season. Arrieta will make his next start Monday against the Cubs.
Arrieta (4-3) allowed four runs on seven hits with five strikeouts and three walks across five innings, taking a loss against the Royals on Friday.
The right-hander just couldn't keep the ball in the park, as the Royals smashed three homers against him. Arrieta came into Friday having allowed three home runs in his last four starts combined. It's worth monitoring, but his HR/FB is normal, and he isn't giving up many more fly balls this year. In other words, there's nothing to suggest homers are going to start being an issue for Arrieta. He'll look to get back on track in his next start against the Brewers on Wednesday.
Arrieta allowed three runs (two earned) on five hits with seven strikeouts and one walk across six innings in a no-decision against the Nationals on Saturday.
The right-hander probably could have thrown one more inning, as he tossed just 89 pitches, but he was lifted for a pinch hitter in a tied game in the sixth. Neither starter factored into the decision, as the bullpens allowed a combined 12 runs. Arrieta hasn't been quite as sharp in his last two outings as he was at the beginning of the season, but he is still 4-2 with a 3.46 ERA, 1.24 WHIP and 37 strikeouts in 45 innings. He's coming on in the strikeouts department as well, with 19 punchouts in his last 17 frames. His next start will be Friday in Kansas City.
Arrieta (4-2) earned the win Saturday against the Marlins despite giving up five runs on nine hits over five innings. He struck out five and walked two.
Arrieta was staked a 10-1 lead through five innings but fell apart in the sixth, allowing the first four batters to hit singles before he was pulled for reliever Jose Alvarez, who couldn't prevent any of the four from scoring. The 33-year-old has a 3.46 ERA, 1.28 WHIP and 30:15 K:BB across 39 innings and lines up to pitch against the Nationals next weekend.
Arrieta (3-2) allowed four runs (three earned) on seven hits and a walk while taking a loss against the Mets on Monday. He struck out seven batters.
It was the first time in five starts this season where Arrieta allowed more than three runs. He allowed two runs in the third inning and later gave up a solo bomb to Jeff McNeil. Arrieta now owns a 2.65 ERA and 25:13 K:BB across 34 innings. He'll take on the Marlins in another NL East matchup on Saturday.
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