Odorizzi has been included on the Astros' ALCS roster, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The absence of Lance McCullers (forearm) opened a roster spot for Odorizzi, who is a candidate to start Game 4 on Tuesday. The 31-year-old pitched twice against Boston in early June, allowing six earned runs on seven hits and four walks in eight total innings.
Odorizzi isn't included on the Astros' ALDS roster, Danielle Lerner of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Odorizzi made two starts late in the regular season after he returned from a foot injury, but he won't be part of the rotation for the ALDS. However, he'll be on the taxi squad and will be available to fill in during an emergency situation.
Odorizzi didn't factor into the decision Saturday against the Athletics after allowing three runs on seven hits and a walk across 4.2 innings, fanning three.
Odorizzi ended a streak of six straight appearances allowing two or fewer runs, and this was his fourth straight no-decision as well. He posted a 3.15 ERA through his five appearances since the beginning of September, but his season-long ERA was a 4.21 mark through 104.2 innings across 24 appearances (23 starts).
Odorizzi got a no-decision in Sunday's 4-3 loss to Oakland, allowing one run on four hits and two walks with two strikeouts in four innings.
Making his first start following a short IL stint, Odorizzi pitched well in permitting only one run but had traffic on the bases each inning and was limited to 82 pitches. The 31-year-old hasn't gone six innings in a start since early July and will likely get one final tune-up before the postseason next weekend against Oakland again.
Odorizzi (foot) was activated from the 10-day injured list, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports. He will start Sunday's game against Oakland.
As expected, the veteran righty comes off the IL to start the series finale in Oakland. His injury, labeled right foot soreness, proved to be minor and he should have no limitations (apart from his typically short leash) in the outing. Odorizzi fills the roster spot of Seth Martinez, whom the Astros optioned to the taxi squad Sunday.
Odorizzi (foot) will start Sunday's game against the Athletics, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Odorizzi has been on the injured list since Sept. 14 due to right foot soreness, and he'll return to the major-league club after a brief stay on the injured list. Across his last five starts prior to the injury, he recorded a 2.45 ERA and 1.14 WHIP in 22 innings.
Odorizzi (foot) is optimistic he will be able to return once his stint on the 10-day injured list is up, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The right-hander was placed on the 10-day IL on Tuesday after what he has described as a "flukey" right foot injury. After ruling out the initial concern of a Linsfranc injury, he was diagnosed with a mid-foot sprain. The earliest the 31-year-old could return is Sept. 24, which he seems confident he can do.
Odorizzi was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday with right foot soreness, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Manager Dusty Baker revealed following Monday's win that Odorizzi couldn't put any weight on his right foot after exiting the game in the second inning. With that in mind, it's not surprising to see him land on the injured list. The full severity of the injury should become more clear in coming days, but the move to the IL will keep the right-hander sidelined until at least the Sept. 24 game against the Athletics. Houston was previously expected to transition back to a six-man rotation with Zack Greinke (undisclosed) returning from the COVID-19 IL on Tuesday, but the club will likely continue using five starters with Odorizzi on the shelf.
Astros manager Dusty Baker said after Monday's 15-1 win over the Rangers that Odorizzi will need to be "analyzed" after the right-hander exited in the second inning with right foot soreness, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Baker noted that Odorizzi couldn't put any weight on the foot when the training staff visited him on the mound before pulling him from the contest, so the 31-year-old is seemingly far from a safe bet to make his next turn through the rotation Sunday in Arizona. Houston was prepared to expand its rotation to six men with Zack Greinke returning from the COVID-19 injured list Tuesday, so the Astros could simply scale back to five starters if Odorizzi isn't ready to go by the time the weekend arrives.
Odorizzi left Monday's start against the Rangers due to right foot soreness, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Odorizzi appeared to suffer the injury while covering first base, though initial indications bring positive news. He allowed two hits and struck out one across 1.1 scoreless frames prior to being lifted.
Odorizzi left Monday's start against the Rangers with an undisclosed injury, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The team trainer came to check on Odorizzi in the bottom of the second inning, and after one warmup toss, he was lifted from the contest. The team should have details on the injury after further evaluation.
Odorizzi allowed two runs on five hits while striking out five in five innings against the Mariners on Tuesday. He did not factor into the decision.
The right-hander gave up a two-run double to J.P. Crawford in the fifth inning, scoring Luis Torrens and Jarred Kelenic. It was the sixth consecutive start in which he lasted at least five innings -- he's compiled a 2.90 ERA and 2-1 record over that stretch. Odorizzi is expected to start next against the Rangers on Monday.
Odorizzi (6-7) was handed the loss against the Mariners on Wednesday after allowing one run on two hits and two walks while striking out seven over five innings.
Odorizzi made it through five scoreless frames but came back for the sixth and was pulled after surrendering a single and a walk to open up the inning. The runner on second came around to score on a sacrifice fly, which ended up being the only run scored by either team. The 31-year-old reached seven strikeouts for just the third time in 13 starts since June 21 and induced 14 whiffs on the day overall. He's allowed two runs or fewer in four of his last five outings but hasn't reached the six-inning mark since July 9. Odorizzi owns a 4.32 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 82:31 K:BB over 89.2 innings and lines up for a rematch against the Mariners next week.
Odorizzi allowed two runs on six hits and no walks while striking out five in five innings versus Texas on Friday. He did not factor in the decision.
The right-hander gave up runs in the fourth and fifth innings before he was relieved by Phil Maton. Odorizzi has completed five innings in each of his last four starts, collecting two wins in that span. He's trimmed his ERA to 4.46 with a 1.25 WHIP and 75:29 K:BB across 84.2 innings overall. The 31-year-old projects for a road start in Seattle next week.
Odorizzi (6-6) allowed one run on four hits and four walks with eight strikeouts through 5.2 innings, getting the win in Saturday's 15-1 drubbing of the Mariners.
Entering play Saturday, Odorizzi had a 6.52 ERA against the Mariners in two starts this season. He worked to shrink that number, cruising through 5.2 innings of one-run ball against Seattle. After he struck out three or fewer in each of his last four starts, the eight whiffs were a welcomed sight. The only damage to his line came on a Mitch Haniger homer after Odorizzi spent over half an hour sequestered in the dugout while his teammates hung a six-spot on the scoreboard. The 31-year-old's next chance will likely come Friday against the Rangers.
Odorizzi allowed four runs on eight hits and two walks over 5.1 innings in Monday's loss to Kansas City. He struck out two and did not factor in the decision.
Odorizzi gave up three runs through the first three innings Monday, including two RBI base hits by Ryan O'Hearn. His night was over after Hunter Dozier took him deep for a solo shot in the sixth. He's given up at least three runs in five of his last six outings, bumping his season ERA up to 4.74 through 74 innings. Odorizzi is lined up to face the Mariners at home this weekend.
Odorizzi (5-6) earned the win Tuesday against the Rockies after tossing five scoreless innings, allowing three hits and two walks while fanning three.
Odorizzi was coming off a woeful start the last time out when he gave up seven runs (six earned) across three innings at the Dodgers, but he managed to bounce back here and posted his first scoreless outing since late June. While he wasn't dominant by any means, this outing might act as a confidence booster for Odorizzi after he had allowed 17 runs (16 earned) across 16.1 innings over his previous four starts.
Odorizzi (4-6) was tagged with the loss Wednesday against the Dodgers after allowing seven runs (six earned) on six hits and two walks while fanning three across three innings.
The main reason why Odorizzi lasted just three innings Wednesday was his issue with the long ball, as he gave up a season-worst four homers before departing the contest. Odorizzi allowed three homers in the season opener and seemed to since have that issue under control, but the problems have resurfaced of late and he has given up eight homers over his last four starts. He owns an 8.82 ERA and 1.84 WHIP across 16.1 innings during that four-game sample size.
Odorizzi (4-5) allowed three runs on five hits and one walk while striking out three over 5.1 innings to pick up the win over Seattle on Wednesday.
After a scoreless first inning, the Astros scored in each of the next five frames to give Odorizzi an 8-0 cushion, which turned out to be enough to survive the starter's third trip through the Mariners lineup. Seattle crushed a pair home runs in the bottom of the sixth inning, including a two-run blast from old friend Abraham Toro, the former Astro who also homered against his former club Tuesday, the same day he was traded to Seattle. Batters are now 10-for-22 when facing Odorizzi for a third time in a game, per Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle. Odorizzi's turn in the rotation comes due next Wednesday on the road against the Dodgers.
Odorizzi allowed three runs on four hits and two walks over 4.2 innings in Friday's win over the Rangers. He struck out six and did not factor in the decision.
Odorizzi rolled through four easy innings before the Rangers finally broke through in the fifth. He coughed up three runs, including a two-run triple by Nate Lowe, before he was knocked out of the game. It was his second straight game failing to finish the fifth inning, but he avoided taking his third straight loss.The 31-year-old's ERA jumped to 4.23 through 55.1 frames. Odorizzi is lined up to take the mound in Seattle next week.
|Last 7 Games|
|10/16||vs BOS||L 5-9||4.0||7||4||0||5|
|10/02||vs OAK||W 10-4||4.2||7||3||1||3|
|09/26||@ OAK||L 3-4||4.0||4||1||2||2|
|09/13||@ TEX||W 15-1||1.1||2||0||0||1|
|09/07||vs SEA||W 5-4||5.0||5||2||0||3|
|09/01||@ SEA||L 0-1||1||5.0||2||1||2||7|
|08/27||@ TEX||W 5-4||5.0||6||2||0||5|
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|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2010||AFX-Wisconsin Timber Rat||120.0||23||20||0||7||3||1||135||40||99||3.45||1.158|
|2011||AFA-Wilmington Blue Rock||78.0||15||15||0||5||4||0||103||22||68||2.88||1.154|
|2011||AA-Northwest Arkansas N||68.0||12||12||0||5||3||0||54||22||66||4.76||1.294|
|2012||AAA-Omaha Storm Chasers||107.1||19||18||0||11||3||0||88||40||105||2.94||1.354|
|2012||AA-Northwest Arkansas N||38.0||7||7||0||4||2||0||47||10||27||3.32||0.974|
|2015||AFA-Charlotte Stone Crab||9.2||2||2||0||0||0||0||8||2||4||0.98||0.652|
|2017||AFA-Charlotte Stone Crab||3.0||1||1||0||0||1||0||6||0||3||6.00||1.000|