Keuchel (6-2) was tagged with the loss Sunday against the Astros after allowing six runs (three earned) on seven hits and four walks across 2.2 innings. He struck out three.
Keuchel couldn't even get out of the third inning in what was his worst performance of the season -- as well as his shortest one by a wide margin. The six runs allowed tied a season-worst mark for the veteran, and the seven hits were just one short of tying the season-worst figure, too. Keuchel still owns a decent 3.98 ERA and will try to bounce back in his next start, scheduled for next week at home against the Mariners.
Keuchel (6-1) allowed four hits and one walk across seven scoreless innings to earn the win Tuesday over the Rays.
Keuchel limited the Rays to one extra-base hit and allowed only two runners to reach scoring position across his seven innings of work. He's now turned in three consecutive starts in which he's worked at least six innings while not allowing more than two earned runs. The hot stretch has brought Keuchel's ERA down to 3.78, though he's still managed only 46 strikeouts across 78.2 frames.
Keuchel (5-1) earned the win Thursday against Toronto after giving up just two runs on six hits and two walks across six innings. He struck out eight.
Keuchel has avoided the loss in each of his last seven starts, going 4-0 with four quality starts and a 25:10 K:BB over that span. The veteran has also given up two or fewer runs in three of his last four starts, and he has improved his ERA to a respectable 4.14 as a result. Keuchel is scheduled to make his upcoming start next week against the Rays at home.
Keuchel allowed two runs (one earned) on five hits and one walk while striking out three over six innings, picking up a no-decision in Friday's 9-8 win over Detroit.
Keuchel cruised through his six innings and left the game with a 7-2 lead after just 80 pitches. Chicago's 2020 bullpen could have held that lead, but the bullpen has not been the same in 2021. Codi Heuer and Evan Marshall conspired to give up six runs in the top of the seventh inning, negating what would have been Keuchel's fifth win. The left-hander is on schedule for his next start Thursday at home against the Blue Jays.
Keuchel (4-1) earned the win in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Orioles after giving up four runs on eight hits and a walk while fanning two across five innings.
Keuchel didn't have his best stuff in the opener of the twin bill, but he pitched well enough to outduel Matt Harvey en route to his fourth win of the campaign. The veteran has given up three or more runs in three of his five starts this month, and he's next scheduled to take the mound at home against the Tigers next week.
Keuchel won't pitch as scheduled Friday against the Orioles after the game was postponed due to inclement weather.
Friday's contest will be made up as part of a doubleheader Saturday. Keuchel will start the opener of the twin bill while Lance Lynn takes the mound during the nightcap, LaMond Pope of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Keuchel allowed three runs (one earned) on six hits and two walks while striking out four in four innings during Sunday's loss to the Yankees. He didn't factor into the decision.
Keuchel had picked up wins in each of his last two starts, but he was forced to settle for a somewhat unlucky no-decision Sunday. He gave up a pair of unearned runs in the bottom of the first inning and allowed three consecutive baserunners in the bottom of the fifth inning, leading to his removal. The southpaw has now posted a 4.28 ERA and 1.28 WHIP in 54.2 innings across his first 10 starts of the year. Keuchel tentatively lines up to make his next start at home against the Orioles on Friday.
Keuchel (3-1) picked up the win Monday, allowing three runs on seven hits over seven innings in a 16-4 rout of the Twins. He struck out six without walking a batter.
The White Sox staked the southpaw to a 3-0 lead before he even stepped on the mound for the bottom of the first inning and they never stopped mashing, leading to a very low-pressure night for Keuchel. The quality start was his third of the year while the six K's were a season high, and he'll take a 4.44 ERA and 24:15 K:BB through 50.2 innings into his next outing.
Keuchel (2-1) allowed six earned runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out one across 5.2 innings, getting the win over the Twins on Wednesday.
Keuchel allowed six earned runs, including a two-out solo home run to Nelson Cruz in the first inning, but he received enough run support to get the win in the high-scoring affair. The 33-year-old has a couple solid starts on his ledger but has been mediocre overall, posting a 4.53 ERA and 1.26 WHIP in 43.2 innings, along with a poor 1.2 K/BB. His next start is scheduled for Monday in Minnesota.
Keuchel surrendered only two hits and three walks across seven scoreless innings during Wednesday's extra-inning loss at Cincinnati. He had one strikeout and didn't factor in the decision.
The 33-year-old has issued three-plus walks in each of his past two starts, but he was otherwise extremely effective against the Reds during Wednesday's series finale. Sonny Gray similarly blanked the White Sox, leading both starters to receive a no-decision despite neither allowing a run. Keuchel has a 3.79 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 17:14 K:BB across 38 innings through seven starts in 2021.
Keuchel (1-1) yielded four runs on four hits and four walks across six innings Friday, striking out four and taking a loss against Cleveland.
For the most part, it was a solid outing for Keuchel aside from one nightmare inning. He tossed five shutout frames with an ugly four-run third sandwiched in the middle. The 6-foot-2 lefty raised his season ERA to 4.65 through 31 innings. Keuchel is lined up to face the Royals in Kansas City next weekend.
Keuchel didn't factor into the decision Saturday against the Rangers. He tossed six scoreless innings, allowing seven hits while fanning two.
Keuchel had a poor start to the season and posted a 5.68 ERA across his first four outings, but he bounced back here and completed a series of in-season milestones -- this was his first scoreless outing of the campaign and it was also the first time he pitched at least six innings. The 33-year-old left-hander is slated to take the ball next week against Cleveland.
Keuchel (1-0) won for the first time in four starts, holding the Red Sox to two runs on six hits for a victory in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader. He struck out one over five-plus innings.
Keuchel was in command for much of the game and didn't walk a batter for the first time in four starts. He retired the first seven in a row and was pulled after Enrique Hernandez led off the sixth inning with a home run. It was an opposite-field job that curled in around the right-field foul pole and had an expected batting average of .070. It was a typical Keuchel day, as eight of his 15 outs were on groundballs (one flyout). The left-hander brings a 5.68 ERA into his next start Saturday at home against the Rangers.
Keuchel allowed three runs on three hits and two walks while striking out two over five innings in a no-decision against Cleveland on Monday.
Outside of a two-run homer allowed to Eddie Rosario, Keuchel was fine. Most importantly, he was efficient on short notice after Carlos Rodon was scratched due to an upset stomach; Keuchel completed five innings on only 68 pitches. After the game, manager Tony La Russa told Scott Merkin of MLB.com that Keuchel had thrown a bullpen session Sunday, and while it was said to be "not an extensive one," it explains why Keuchel's pitch count was limited even though he was technically on normal rest. Expect Keuchel to be available for a heavier workload this weekend in Boston.
Keuchel will start Monday against Cleveland after Carlos Rodon was scratched due to an upset stomach, LaMond Pope of the Chicago Tribune reports.
It's unclear how deep Keuchel will be able to pitch in Monday's contest, as he wasn't scheduled to pitch for a couple more days and may have had his rhythm thrown off by the late switch. He won't be pitching on short rest, however, as his previous outing came Wednesday against the Mariners.
Keuchel pitched five innings against Seattle on Wednesday, allowing three runs on four hits and three walks while striking out three. He did not factor in the decision.
Keuchel was a little better than in his first start of the campaign, when he allowed six runs (three earned) over four-plus frames, but he still didn't broach the craftiness of last season that led him to post a career-best 1.99 ERA. The southpaw exited with a chance for a win, however, before reliever Matt Foster let things get away by allowing six baserunners while recording only two outs. Keuchel next's opportunity to nab his first win of the campaign will come Tuesday at home versus Cleveland.
Keuchel allowed six runs (three earned) on five hits and two walks while striking out four over four-plus innings in Friday's 12-8 win over the Angels.
Keuchel was given plenty of support -- he had a 7-1 lead entering the bottom of the fourth inning -- but was unable to get through the five innings necessary to qualify for the win. The left-hander will look for a bounce-back performance next Wednesday, April 7, at Seattle.
Keuchel allowed one hit and struck out three over four scoreless innings in Tuesday's spring game against the Cubs.
Keuchel made quick work of the crosstown rivals, dispatching the Cubs in just 41 pitches. He had been scheduled to throw 65, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports. This was his second outing and much different from his Cactus League debut, when he had an inning rolled and allowed five runs in 2.1 innings against Kansas City. "Endurance-wise I felt a lot better today. I didn't really taper off like I did five days ago, so that's a check off at the bottom," Keuchel said. The left-hander is scheduled for one more spring start before pitching the second game of the regular season.
Keuchel made his Cactus League debut Thursday and allowed five runs on five hits and two walks while striking out one over 2.1 innings against the Royals.
Even though Thursday was a late debut, Keuchel was able to throw 54 pitches because the left-hander had thrown simulated games and bullpen sessions on the back fields. His first inning was rolled, and he was removed before returning for the start of the second inning. The results were not good, but they aren't as important as getting the work in. "Really, the only way to get volume in is kind of give up some base hits, ground balls, I gave up a hard hit, was consistently in the stretch. So I'm checking off all these boxes that I actually need to do to make it through six, seven innings a start in the regular season," he told Scott Merkin of MLB.com. Keuchel is set to start the second game of the regular season.
Keuchel will start Chicago's second game of the season against the Angels, LaMond Pope of the Chicago Tribune reports.
He has a 3.55 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and six strikeouts in 12.2 innings this spring. Lucas Giolito will get the ball on Opening Day and Lance Lynn will slot into the third spot in the rotation. Keuchel will likely be facing Shohei Ohtani or Andrew Heaney in this start, as Dylan Bundy has already been named the Angels' Opening Day starter.
|Last 7 Games|
|06/20||@ HOU||L 2-8||1||2.2||7||3||4||3|
|06/15||vs TB||W 3-0||1||7.0||4||0||1||5|
|06/10||vs TOR||W 5-2||1||6.0||6||2||2||8|
|06/04||vs DET||W 9-8||6.0||5||1||1||3|
|05/29||vs BAL||W 7-4||1||5.0||8||4||1||2|
|05/23||@ NYY||L 4-5||4.0||6||1||2||4|
|05/17||@ MIN||W 16-4||1||7.0||7||3||0||6|
|More Pitching Stats|
|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2010||AA-Corpus Christi Hooks||53.0||9||9||0||2||6||0||36||11||59||4.75||1.321|
|2011||AAA-Oklahoma City Redhaw||36.0||7||7||0||1||1||0||15||12||52||7.50||1.778|
|2011||AA-Corpus Christi Hooks||127.0||20||20||1||9||7||0||76||27||116||3.19||1.126|
|2012||AAA-Oklahoma City Redhaw||92.1||16||16||2||6||4||0||50||20||92||3.91||1.216|
|2013||AAA-Oklahoma City Redhaw||6.0||1||1||1||1||0||0||5||0||3||0.00||0.500|
|2017||AA-Corpus Christi Hooks||3.0||1||1||0||0||0||0||3||1||2||0.00||1.000|