Gray gave up one run on four hits and two walks while striking out seven through six innings in a no-decision against the Brewers on Monday.
Gray was stellar again, racking up 22 called strikes on his way to a quality start. In the three starts coming into this game, Gray had a 2-0 record with a 1.96 ERA, and he has allowed three earned runs or fewer in 18 of his 20 starts. The 29-year-old has a 28.6 K percentage and a 3.29 ERA this season. Gray will make his next start Sunday against the Rockies at Great American Ball Park.
Gray (5-6) took the loss Wednesday against the Cubs after giving up two runs on two hits over six innings. He struck out eight and walked none.
Gray served up a pair of solo homers but otherwise kept the Cubs off the basepaths, though the Reds were unable to provide him much offensive support. The right-hander has a 1.64 ERA, 0.73 WHIP and 35:5 K:BB in his last four starts, and he'll look to continue that trend Monday at Milwaukee.
Gray pitched seven innings in Friday's no-decision, allowing a run on five hits and three walks. He struck out nine in the 3-2 loss to the Rockies.
He was in line for the win, exiting the game with a 2-1 lead, but reliever David Hernandez blew the save to stick Gray with a no-decision. In his last 21.1 innings, the right-hander has allowed only three runs and owns a 27:5 K:BB in that span. For the year, the 29-year-old has a 3.42 ERA and a 1.18 WHIP. He'll try to keep his hot streak going when he faces the Cubs on Wednesday.
Gray was brilliant Wednesday over the Brewers, throwing eight shutout innings while striking out 12 batters in the win.
That's back-to-back good outings for Gray, who finally evened his win-loss record at 5-5 after a rough run of luck to begin the season. He had a similarly brilliant outing against the Brewers earlier in the season, albeit not in his most recent outing against them.
Gray (4-5) struck out six and picked up the win Friday over the Cubs, allowing two runs on four hits and a walk over 6.1 innings.
The right-hander delivered his first quality start in over a month and just his fifth of the year, but Gray has actually been pitching well since mid-May, going 4-1 with a 3.52 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 43:16 K:BB over 38.1 innings over his last seven starts. He'll try to stay on track in his next outing Wednesday, at home against the Brewers.
Gray struggled Friday night against the Brewers, allowing four runs on six hits and four walks over 4.1 innings, giving up two homers in the process.
On one hand, it's a disappointment that he didn't last long enough in the game to earn a win. On the other, he was pretty lucky to allow just four runs despite giving up 10 baserunners and the two homers.
Gray (3-5) allowed three runs on five hits with eight strikeouts and no walks across five innings to earn a victory against the Rangers on Sunday.
The 29-year-old tossed up two homers, which accounted for all three of the Rangers' runs, but that's just about all the damage Texas could inflict on the right-hander. Gray struck out at least eight batters for the fourth time this season, and with the win, he improved to 3-1 with a 2.93 ERA in his last five outings. Overall, Gray is 3-5 with a 3.77 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 79 strikeouts in 71.2 innings. He is scheduled to pitch next at the Brewers on Friday.
Gray allowed three runs on four hits with three strikeouts and three walks across 5.2 innings during a no-decision against the Phillies on Sunday.
While he just missed recording an official quality start, Gray has been pitching much better, going 2-1 with a 2.38 ERA in his last four outings. He's walked 10 batters during that stretch, but he hasn't yielded any homers and has struck out 23. Overall, Gray is 2-5 with a 3.65 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and 71 strikeouts in 66.2 innings. He will look to continue building upon this start next Sunday at home against the Rangers.
Gray (2-5) allowed two runs on five hits with four strikeouts and one walk across five innings while taking the loss against the Nationals on Sunday.
Once again, Gray ran into some bad luck, facing Max Scherzer on a day where he was virtually unhittable. Gray has posted a .228 batting average against, 1.21 WHIP and 2.95 FIP this season, yet he is 2-5 with a 3.54 ERA. He hasn't received the run support and hasn't gone deep enough in games to win more contests, but Gray is 2-1 with a 1.06 ERA in his last three appearances and has 68 strikeouts in 61 innings this year. Gray will make his next start at the Phillies on Saturday.
Gray (2-4) allowed one run on five hits and two walks while striking out seven over six innings in a win over the Pirates in Game 2 of Monday's doubleheader.
Gray gave up his only run in the sixth inning on a groundout to first base. He managed to retire seven batters on groundouts and got through six innings on 102 pitches, 66 for strikes. The 29-year-old right-hander has now held the opposition to three earned runs or fewer in each of his last six starts.
Gray (1-4) allowed five hits and four walks while striking out nine across six scoreless innings to earn the win Tuesday against the Brewers.
Gray began only 13 of the 25 batters he faced with a strike -- leading to four walks. However, he generated 19 called strikes and 13 swinging strikes on 103 total pitches, all while delivering one his better starts of the season. After displaying fairly strong control early in the season, Gray has struggled to hit the strike zone of late, walking nine batters across his last 15.1 innings. He'll look to improve in that regard while keeping the strong results in his next outing, currently scheduled for Monday against Pittsburgh.
Gray allowed three earned runs on five hits and no walks while striking out seven across five innings Wednesday against the Cubs. He did not factor into the decision.
Gray allowed two home runs -- a two-run shot in the second inning followed by a solo homer in the fourth frame -- to account for all three of his earned runs. Despite the significant struggles in this start, Gray has allowed just 0.8 HR/9 for the season. After he walked eight batters across his last two starts spanning 9.1 innings, it was encouraging to see Gray not issue any free passes. He's currently lined up to start Tuesday at Milwaukee.
Gray will start Wednesday against the Cubs instead of Tuesday as previously scheduled, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
The move has nothing to do with Gray, as the team wants to keep Tanner Roark on a five-day pitching schedule since he's pitched better in his last two outings. Gray, on the other hand, has a 5.49 ERA and 1.47 WHIP while failing to complete six innings in any of his last four starts, and he's still seeking his first win of the season.
Gray didn't factor into the decision in Wednesday's 5-4 extra-innings loss to the A's, allowing four runs (three earned) on six hits and five walks over 4.1 innings while striking out three.
After walking only two batters in his previous four starts, Gray has issued 10 free passes in his last three, pushing his WHIP from 0.97 to 1.21 in the process. The right-hander's 0.46 HR/9 through 39 innings has been outstanding, and his 4.15 ERA and 41:16 K:BB solid, but he still has yet to really put things together in Cincy. He'll look for a better result in his next outing Tuesday, at home against the Cubs.
Gray allowed three runs on four hits and three walks while striking out two over five innings in a no-decision against the Giants on Friday.
The Reds jumped out to an eight-run lead and Gray appeared in line for his first win of the season, but incredibly, Cincinnati gave it all back and ultimately lost 12-11 in extra innings. Gray really labored in the fourth inning and was pulled after 82 pitches, so he still is yet to exceed 90 pitches in an outing this season. He's been pitching well for the most part (38:11 K:BB, one homer allowed in 34.2 innings), and the wins should come if the Reds' bats ever get going consistently. The 29-year-old will face his former team in Oakland next week.
Gray (0-4) gave up two runs with two walks while striking out five through five innings in a loss to the Cardinals on Sunday.
Gray was efficient for most of this start but unraveled in the fourth inning, allowing four runners to reach base and two runs to score. The right-hander continues to carry a 2.05 FIP, over a run lower than his ERA, suggesting that he is pitching even better than his numbers indicate. The 29-year-old has a 3.64 ERA with a 36:8: K:BB through six starts this season. Gray will attempt to get into the win column in his next start Friday against the Giants.
Gray allowed four runs (three earned) on six hits and zero walks over 5.1 innings during Tuesday's 7-6 win over the Braves. He struck out nine but did not factor in the decision.
Gray gave up one run on three hits through the first five innings, but the Braves scored three in the sixth with three hits, an error and a sacrifice fly. The 29-year-old has a 3.28 ERA, 0.97 WHIP and 31:6 K:BB over 24.2 innings and will look to earn his first win of the season Sunday at St. Louis.
Gray (0-3) took the loss against the Dodgers on Wednesday by allowing three runs on two hits over six innings. He had nine strikeouts and two walks.
Gray was pitching a gem until the bottom of the sixth inning when a pair of walks -- including an intentional walk to Cody Bellinger -- came around to score on A.J. Pollock's three-run homer. The right-hander illustrated no issues from the left calf contusion that ended his previous start after four innings. The 29-year-old has a 2.79 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and 22:6 K:BB over 19.1 innings and will look to grab his first win versus the Braves on Tuesday.
Gray (calf) is listed as the Reds' probable starter for Wednesday's game against the Dodgers.
Unless the left calf contusion Gray sustained in his last outing six days earlier provides complications while he warms up Wednesday, the right-hander shouldn't face any limitations in his fourth start of 2019. After failing to escape the third inning in his first turn of the season, Gray has looked sharp his last two times out, giving up just one run and posting a 13:0 K:BB across 10.2 frames.
Gray (calf) has improved enough that the Reds believe that he'll make his next start Wednesday in Los Angeles, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports. "He's moving around great," Reds manager David Bell said. "I did talk to him, and he's moving well. That's a great sign. As of right now, he's on track."
It's also encouraging that Gray was able to pitch after getting hit by the comeback on the calf in his last start. The matchup against the Dodgers isn't great, but with Alex Wood out, the Reds are thankful that they don't appear that they will have to test their depth even further.
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