Fiers (9-3) pitched 7.2 scoreless innings Friday, allowing only eight hits and a walk while striking out four to earn the win in a 5-1 victory over the White Sox.
Fiers picked up right where he left off at the end of the first half, tossing his ninth consecutive quality start and his longest outing since a no-hitter May 7. Since his no-hitter, he has lowered his ERA from 5.48 to 3.61, with a 1.11 WHIP and 74:31 K:BB on the year. Few pitchers are better than Fiers right now, and he'll look to keep it rolling versus the Twins on Thursday.
Fiers gave up two runs (one earned) on five hits and no walks while striking out four through six innings in a no-decision Wednesday.
Fiers only caused seven swinging strikes but pitched five scoreless innings before allowing an unearned run in the sixth frame. The right-hander started the seventh but was removed after a leadoff single that would come around to score. Since throwing a no-hitter May 7, Fiers has nine consecutive quality starts. Going into the All-Star break, Fiers has an 8-3 record with a 3.87 ERA and a 1.10 WHIP.
Fiers (8-3) pitched 6.2 innings Friday, allowing one run on six hits and a walk while striking out four to earn the win in a 7-2 victory over the Angels.
Fiers put up his eighth consecutive quality start with the effort. Since May 19, he's lowered his ERA from 5.05 to 4.01, allowing just 17 runs (16 earned) over his last 50 innings. He's struck out 66 batters in 101 innings this season while issuing only 30 walks. The right-hander is expected to face the hard-hitting Twins on Thursday in his next start.
Fiers allowed one run on four hits over six innings in a no-decision against the Ray on Saturday. He struck out two and walked three.
Fiers exited the game in line to earn his eighth win of the year, but the bullpen promptly surrendered the one-run lead after his exit. The 34-year-old had a rough first month of the season with an 8.28 ERA, but he's given up only 19 runs (18 earned) across his last 10 starts, covering 63.1 innings. Fiers' next turn through the rotation is set for Thursday versus the Angels.
Fiers (7-3) yielded two unearned runs on three hits and two walks across six innings Monday, fanning four batters and earning the win over Baltimore.
Fiers has earned the win in three straight starts and has won five straight decisions dating back to May 7. The Orioles notched both their runs in the second inning after a throwing error by Matt Chapman. Fiers lowered his ERA to 4.26 in 82.1 innings. He'll take on the Rays at home on Saturday looking for a fourth straight victory.
Fiers (6-3) allowed two runs on three hits with four strikeouts and two walks across six innings to earn a victory against the Rays on Tuesday.
The Rays scored twice, once on a solo homer, through the first four innings, but Fiers kept it close, and the Athletics' offense took the lead in the sixth. Fiers had a rough April, but in his last seven outings, he is 4-0 with a 2.42 ERA. Overall, he is 6-3 with a 4.64 ERA, 1.14 WHIP and 53 strikeouts in 75.2 innings. His next start is scheduled for Monday at home against the Orioles.
Fiers (5-3) picked up the win Thursday after holding the Angels to three runs on seven hits and no walks with five strikeouts through six innings.
The right-hander bested the Angels for the second time this season to improve his career record against them to 5-4 over 11 starts. In what was overall a solid outing, Fiers did get himself into some trouble in the fourth inning by allowing three consecutive singles to load the bases. Brian Goodwin then hit a sacrifice fly to get the Angels on the board. Fiers also surrendered his third career home run to Mike Trout via a two-run shot in the fifth, but that would be the final damage he surrendered on the night. The 33-year-old Fiers had been very reliable lately, allowing three runs or fewer over eight consecutive starts. He'll carry a 4.78 ERA, 1.16 WHIP and 49:19 K:BB into a Tuesday matchup against Tampa Bay.
Fiers didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 3-2 loss to the Astros, allowing two runs on four hits and three walks over 6.2 innings while striking out three.
The right-hander kept Houston's bats quiet through six innings, but Fiers stumbled in the seventh before getting the hook, costing him a shot at his fifth win. He still wraps up an impressive May with a 2.56 ERA, 0.79 WHIP and 19:9 K:BB over 31.2 innings, and he'll look to keep things rolling in his next start Thursday, on the road against the Angels.
Fiers (4-3) struck out three and picked up the win Saturday, allowing three runs on five hits over six innings in a 6-5 victory over the Mariners.
The right-hander did get tagged for two solo homers, but Fiers otherwise limited the damage en route to his fifth quality start of the season. He'll take a 5.00 ERA and 44:19 K:BB over 63 innings into his next outing Friday, at home against the Astros.
Fiers allowed three earned runs on four hits and three walks over six innings against the Tigers on Sunday in a game suspended in the seventh inning due to weather. He struck out three.
Fiers threw an efficient 85 pitches over his time on the hill and finished his final frame with the score knotted at 3-3. The Athletics would go on to score two runs in the top half of the seventh, but the contest was suspended due to the threat of rain before the home half of the frame was completed, prompting the future completion date. Fiers has been excellent over his last three starts overall, allowing just four earned runs across the 20 innings encompassing that span. He'll look to keep up the momentum in a scheduled turn against the Mariners next Friday.
Fiers didn't factor into the decision in Monday's 6-5 extra-inning loss to the Mariners, giving up one run on two hits and three walks over five innings while striking out four.
The veteran right-hander followed up his no-hitter with another solid outing. After an awful stretch in mid-April, Fiers now has a 2.08 ERA, 0.73 WHIP and 18:6 K:BB in 26 innings over his last four starts. He'll look to keep rolling Sunday in Detroit.
Fiers will get an extra day of rest before making his next scheduled start Monday in Seattle, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Fiers was originally scheduled to take the mound Sunday against the Indians, but the Athletics want to give the veteran right-hander some extra time off before his next start after he fired 131 pitches -- recording his second career no-hitter in the process -- his last time out. With Fiers pushed back to Monday, Daniel Mengden appears to be the likeliest candidate to make a spot start this weekend.
Fiers (3-3) walked two and struck out six while throwing a no-hitter in Tuesday's 2-0 win over the Reds.
A malfunction in a bank of lights in left field delayed the start of the game, but after that it was lights-out for Cincy hitters as Fiers tossed the second no-hitter of his career, becoming the 35th pitcher in big-league history with multiple no-nos on his ledger. He needed 131 pitches to finish the job -- manager Bob Melvin told him after the seventh inning that he'd get the hook if he allowed another baserunner, but he never did -- so while Fiers' next start is currently scheduled for Sunday at home against Cleveland, don't be surprised if the A's juggle their rotation this week to give him some extra rest.
Fiers (2-3) allowed three runs on five hits with three strikeouts and one walk across five innings in a loss to the Red Sox on Wednesday.
The veteran only needed 64 pitches to complete his five frames. After Fiers was lifted, the Red Sox added insurance against the Athletics' bullpen. Fiers has fared better in his last two outings, but his numbers are still high mostly because of a rough patch in the middle of April when he yielded 18 runs in three starts. Fiers is 2-3 with a 6.81 ERA, 1.49 WHIP and 28 strikeouts in 37 innings. His next outing is expected to be against the Reds at home next Wednesday.
Fiers allowed two runs on six hits with five strikeouts and no walks across seven innings in a no-decision against the Blue Jays on Friday.
The 33-year-old was much better Friday, but he needed a late two-run homer to get off the hook because Marcus Stroman was sensational through seven innings. Fiers has experienced a very inconsistent first six weeks of the season, posting a 2-2 record and 7.03 ERA overall. He has allowed at least five runs in four of his seven starts, and then he's tossed six shutout frames twice. Fiers also owns a 1.53 WHIP and 25 strikeouts in 32 innings this season. His next start will be on the road Wednesday against the Red Sox.
Fiers (2-2) took the loss in Saturday's 10-1 rout at the hands of the Blue Jays, coughing up six runs on nine hits over 3.1 innings while striking out four.
Two of the hits by Toronto left the yard, as Rowdy Tellez and Brandon Drury went back-to-back in the fourth inning to help send Fiers to the showers. The right-hander will take an ugly 8.28 ERA and 20:10 K:BB through 25 innings into his next start, a road rematch with the Jays on Friday.
Fiers didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 8-6 win over the Rangers, surrendering six runs on seven hits and a walk over five innings while striking out two.
Two of the hits left the yard off the bats of Asdrubal Cabrera and Elvis Andrus, and Fiers left the game on the hook for his second loss of the year before the A's rallied from a 6-1 deficit. The right-hander has a rough 7.06 ERA and 12:10 K:BB through 21.2 innings, but with a couple off days coming up next week for Oakland, Fiers should get some extra rest before his next start April 19, at home against the Jays.
Fiers gave up six runs on seven hits with four walks while striking out two through 1.2 innings in a no-decision against the Astros on Sunday.
It was a short outing for Fiers as he gave up six runs in only 1.2 innings, with the biggest blow coming from a three-run home run by Aledmys Diaz. It has been feast-or-famine for the right-hander as he has two scoreless outings sandwiched between a poor first outing and this six-run performance. Fiers will make his next start Friday against the Rangers at Global Life Park at Arlington.
Fiers (2-1) picked up the win Tuesday, giving up five hits over six scoreless innings while striking out three in a 1-0 victory over the Red Sox.
Matt Chapman's first-inning solo shot proved to be all the offense Fiers and the Oakland bullpen would need on the night. After a rough first start in Tokyo, the right-hander has delivered back-to-back shutout performances in North America, lowering his ERA to an even 3.00. Fiers' 8:5 K:BB in 15 innings is far from impressive, however. He'll next take the mound Sunday in Houston.
Fiers (1-1) picked up the win against the Angels on Thursday, giving up just one hit and no runs over six innings, striking out two and walking three in a 4-0 victory for the Athletics.
Fiers was roughed up by the Mariners for five earned runs in his first start of the season, but he was able to bounce back and lock down the Angels and grab his first win of the season in the process. The 33-year-old righty is slated to take the mound next against a tough Red Sox lineup on Tuesday.
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