Bauer (9-7) allowed three runs on five hits and two walks across 6.2 innings to earn the win Thursday against the Tigers. He struck out 10.
Bauer worked up to 120 pitches, throwing 75 percent for strikes as he notched double-digit punchouts for the sixth time this season. He never really got into trouble and was only scored upon via a solo home run in the second inning and a two-run shot in the third. Bauer has seemingly moved on from a pair of recent outings in which he allowed five runs, notching three quality starts in as many turns since. He'll look to continue his recent success next week in Toronto.
Bauer (8-7) was handed the loss against the Twins on Saturday after surrendering three runs on six hits over six innings. He struck out 11 and walked three.
Bauer was somewhat fortunate to only give up three runs as all three came via solo homer, including two from Max Kepler. The right-hander has now given up 20 home runs in 138 innings this season. Bauer will carry a 3.65 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 160:54 K:BB into Thursday's start versus the Tigers.
Bauer (8-6) picked up the win after surrendering one run on four hits and three walks while striking out nine over seven innings Sunday against the Reds.
Bauer allowed his only run in the fifth inning on a double to left center, and the offense put up 11 runs on the way to victory in the series finale. The 28-year-old right-hander was roughed up for five runs over six innings during his last outing in Kansas City, but he managed to return to form in his final start before the All-Star break. Bauer owns a 3.61 ERA and 1.17 WHIP with a 149:51 K:BB across 132 innings.
Bauer (7-6) picked up the win in Tuesday's 9-5 victory over the Royals, coughing up five runs on 11 hits and a walk over six innings while striking out six.
Jorge Soler and Adalberto Mondesi both took Bauer deep as part of the season-high 11 hits he surrendered, but the Cleveland offense was able to bail the right-hander out. He'll carry a 3.74 ERA and 140:48 K:BB through 125 innings into his final start before the All-Star break Sunday in Cincinnati.
Bauer (6-6) picked up the win in Wednesday's 5-3 victory over the Royals, allowing one run on three hits and a walk over 6.2 innings while striking out a season-high 12.
The right-hander took a no-hitter into the fifth inning before Humberto Arteaga slapped a single the other way with two outs to break it up. Bauer threw a whopping 127 pitches (79 strikes) on the afternoon, but with off days coming Thursday and Monday on either side of a weekend series in Baltimore, Cleveland will have an opportunity to get him a little extra rest before he takes the mound again. Bauer now sports a 3.55 ERA and 134:47 K:BB through 119 innings.
Bauer surrendered five runs on 10 hits and a walk while striking out five over four-plus innings in a no-decision Friday against the Tigers.
Bauer was dominant against the Tigers in his last start, blanking them through nine innings, but he was unable to find the same success Friday night. He allowed one run in the second inning, one in the third, one in the fourth and two in the fifth prior to being removed. Despite this, Bauer managed to wiggle off the hook for the loss. The 28-year-old owns a 3.69 ERA and 1.18 WHIP with a 122:46 K:BB over 112.1 innings this year.
Bauer (5-6) gave up four hits and struck out eight over nine scoreless innings Sunday while earning the win over Detroit.
Bauer was on top of his game for the series finale, as he stifled Detroit's offensive attack. He needed 117 pitches (80 strikes) to hurl the shutout, inducing 11 groundouts and eight flyouts. Following Sunday's stellar outing, the 28-year-old sports a 3.41 ERA with a 117:45 K:BB through 108.1 frames.
Bauer allowed one earned run on six hits and five walks while striking out six across 7.2 innings Tuesday against the Reds. He did not factor into the decision.
The results were good, but Bauer showcased a mixed bag in terms of underlying skill in Tuesday's start. Positively, he didn't allow a home run for only the third time in his last 10 starts. However, he handed out five free passes -- bringing his season mark to 4.1 BB/9 -- and generated only nine swinging strikes on 118 total pitches. While surrendering too many homers and free passes, Bauer has still maintained a 3.71 ERA and 1.18 WHIP with 109 strikeouts across 99.1 innings for the season. He'll draw a road matchup against Detroit in his next start, currently scheduled for Sunday.
Bauer (4-6) Allowed five runs on five hits and three walks across eight innings to take the loss Thursday against the Twins.
Bauer was terrorized by Max Kepler, who accounted for four runs with a trio of homers. Other than that he pitched quite effectively and worked up to 119 pitches as he tied his longest outing of the season. Bauer has hit a lull over his last five starts, posting an 0-4 record and a 5.91 ERA. He'll look to get back on track in his next start ag home against the Reds.
Bauer (4-5) allowed six runs (two earned) on nine hits and a walk while striking out eight over seven innings in a loss to the White Sox on Friday.
Bauer surrendered two runs in the third inning, three in the fourth and another in the fifth in a 6-1 loss. The 28-year-old right-hander hasn't picked up a victory since April 30, and his ERA has jumped from 2.45 to 3.87 in that time.
Bauer (4-4) allowed four runs (three earned) on five hits with eight strikeouts and one walk across six innings while taking a loss against the Rays on Sunday.
Despite eight strikeouts, Bauer's terrible May continued, as he allowed his sixth home run of the month. The home runs are a big reason why he is 0-3 with a 6.83 ERA in May, but note that Bauer is also holding opponents to a .236 batting average this month. In March and April, Bauer posted a 4-1 record, 2.45 ERA and .167 opponent batting average. Overall, he is 4-4 with a 3.99 ERA, 1.16 WHIP and 88 strikeouts in 76.2 innings this season. Bauer will pitch next against the White Sox on Friday.
Bauer (4-3) took the loss against the Athletics on Tuesday by allowing four runs on four hits across six innings. He struck out five and walked four.
Bauer struggled with his command for the second straight start as he needed a season-high 123 pitches to work through six frames. The right-hander has given up 11 runs -- including three homers -- and has an 8:8 K:BB in those two outings. The 28-year-old will look to turn things around Sunday versus Tampa Bay.
Bauer allowed seven earned runs on five hits and four walks while striking out three across five innings Thursday against the Orioles. He did not factor into the decision.
Bauer was burned by the long ball as he allowed a two-run shot to Rio Ruiz in the second inning followed by a three-run homer to Trey Mancini in the third frame. However, he hardly settled back in before walking two of the first three batters he faced in the fifth inning before Stevie Wilkerson drove both of them home with a double. While Bauer has been excellent for the majority of his starts, he has now allowed 14 earned runs across his last 17 innings pitched, raising his ERA to 3.76. He'll look to get back on track in his next start, currently scheduled for Tuesday at home versus Oakland.
Bauer struck out 10 and held the Athletics to two runs (none earned) over seven innings in a no-decision Saturday. He allowed just two hits and three walks as the Indians eventually lost 3-2.
Bauer gave up unearned runs in the first inning on a Matt Chapman single and in the fifth on a Nick Hundley triple combined with a Jake Bauers throwing error. The 28-year-old has compiled a 3.02 ERA and 1.11 WHIP along with a 72:27 K:BB and his next scheduled start is Thursday at home versus the Orioles.
Bauer (4-2) took the loss against the White Sox on Monday, giving up eight runs (seven earned) on 10 hits over five innings, striking out seven and walking one as the Indians lost 9-1.
The right-hander was off to a good start to the season, but he sees his ERA bumped from 2.45 to 3.42 through 52.2 innings as the White Sox trounced him for seven earned runs before he exited after throwing 88 pitches. His 1.16 WHIP and 62:24 K:BB remain excellent, so this was likely just an aberration for Bauer. He'll look to get on track in a road matchup against the Athletics on Saturday.
Bauer will start Monday against the White Sox instead of starting Sunday versus the Mariners, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports.
Bauer will end up receiving an extra day of rest as the Indians shuffle their rotation in the wake of Corey Kluber landing on the injured list with a fractured forearm. Bauer will look for a rebound performance after allowing four runs to the Marlins on Tuesday, though he still struck out 10 and earned the win.
Bauer (4-1) allowed four earned runs on four hits and four walks while striking out 10 across seven innings to earn the win Tuesday against the Marlins.
The Marlins got to Bauer early by scoring three runs in the first two innings. However, he bounced back, allowing only one hit across his last five innings of work. Though the four earned runs eliminated the possibility of a quality start, Bauer limited baserunners and backed his 10 strikeouts with 18 swinging strikes and 22 called strikes. He remains one of the most trustworthy pitchers and now has a 2.45 ERA and 1.05 WHIP to go along with 55 strikeouts across 47.2 frames.
Bauer (3-1) secured the win after allowing one run on four hits and six walks while striking out three over eight innings Thursday against the Astros.
Bauer allowed his only run of the game in the third inning, a solo homer to left field. While he managed to escape with only one run given up, he issued six free passes for the second time this season, which caused his pitch count to skyrocket. Despite his command issues, the 28-year-old right-hander owns a 1.99 ERA with a 45:19 K:BB over 40.2 frames in 2019.
Bauer gave up two runs over 6.1 innings in a no-decision against Atlanta on Saturday, He allowed three hits and two walks while striking out 10.
Bauer shut out the Braves through the first four innings but was nicked for a run on a Tyler Flowers triple in the fifth. The 28-year-old then permitted a one-out walk in the seventh before being removed. Bauer has compiled a sterling 2.20 ERA and 0.98 WHIP this season along with an 42:13 K:BB.
Bauer (2-1) allowed one run on five hits and three walks across 6.2 innings, earning the win over Seattle on Monday. He struck out eight batters.
Bauer is up to 32 punchouts across 26.1 innings this season. He also lowered his ERA to a strong 2.05. He's tallied at least seven strikeouts in each of his four outings in 2019, but he's also thrown at least 108 pitches in those games as well. Despite the inefficiency, the 6-foot-1 righty is one of the league's most dominant starters. He'll aim for his third win against Atlanta on Sunday.
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