Keuchel (4-5) earned the win Tuesday against the Marlins after giving up one run on six hits over six innings. He had seven strikeouts and two walks.
Keuchel served up a solo homer to Jon Berti during the third, but he was otherwise effective, scattering four singles and a double. The veteran southpaw has found his groove in his last two starts with a 14:4 K:BB and only one run surrendered over 12 innings, and he'll look to continue that trend on the road Monday versus the Mets.
Keuchel allowed five hits and two walks while striking out seven through six scoreless innings in a no-decision against the Mets on Wednesday.
Keuchel delivered a quality start and left in line for the win, but the Braves' bullpen allowed two runs in the seventh inning. Keuchel registered 31 called strikes or swinging strikes on 98 pitches in a sharp performance and now has a 4.39 ERA with 53 strikeouts through 11 starts this season. Keuchel will make his next start Tuesday against the Marlins at SunTrust Park.
Keuchel (3-5) allowed eight runs on 10 hits and one walk across 3.2 innings while taking the loss Thursday against the Marlins. He struck out four.
Keuchel got off to a poor start, allowing three runs via a pair of home runs in the first inning. He again ran into trouble in the fourth, when he surrendered five runs on six hits before departing with two outs. Keuchel had two quality starts in his previous three outings coming in, so this result was a bit unexpected considering the lesser-quality opponent. He takes his next turn at home Wednesday against the Mets.
Keuchel (3-5) lasted just 3.2 innings in Thursday's loss to the Marlins, surrendering eight runs on 10 hits and a walk while striking out four.
Keuchel gave up back-to-back home runs in the first inning to give the Marlins a 3-0 lead, but recovered by retiring the next three batters, including a pair of strikeouts. The bulk of the damage came with a five-run, seven-hit fourth inning that was capped off by Brian Anderson's second homer of the game. Keuchel's rough outing comes as a surprise since the 31-year-old had limited Miami to only two runs over 7.1 innings in their previous meeting this season. Though Keuchel has struggled with command issues at times this year, he has mostly pitched well, at least better than Thursday's outing would suggest. He'll take a 4.83 ERA, 1.36 WHIP and 46:20 K:BB into a Wednesday matchup against the Mets.
Keuchel didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 5-4 extra-inning win over the Reds, allowing three runs on four hits and a walk over seven innings while striking out four.
The veteran southpaw was cruising through six innings but ran into trouble in the seventh, eventually serving up a three-run blast to rookie Aristides Aquino that cost Keuchel any chance at his fourth win. He's now given Atlanta five quality starts in seven trips to the mound since the beginning of July, and Keuchel will take a 3.86 ERA and 42:19 K:BB through 56 innings into his next outing Thursday in Miami.
Keuchel (3-4) took the loss Monday, giving up four runs on six hits and four walks over 5.1 innings while striking out four as Atlanta fell 6-3 to the Nationals.
The southpaw didn't have his best command, throwing only 61 of 108 pitches for strikes before being lifted. Keuchel will carry a 3.86 ERA and 38:18 K:BB through 49 innings into his next start Saturday, at home against the Reds.
Keuchel allowed two earned runs on three hits and two walks while striking out 12 across six innings Tuesday against the Royals. He did not factor into the decision.
Keuchel hadn't struck out more than five batters in any start entering Tuesday's contest, and his 12 punchouts marked his highest total since September 6, 2015. He generated an impressive 22 called strikes and 17 swinging strikes across 102 total pitches. Keuchel has now notched four quality starts in his last five outings, bringing his ERA to 3.50 and WHIP to 1.26 across 43.2 innings for the campaign. He'll look to keep his strong results going in his next start, currently scheduled for Monday at Washington.
Keuchel (3-3) allowed five runs (four earned) on six hits with two walks and five strikeouts across 5.2 innings while taking a loss against the Brewers on Wednesday.
Unfortunately, this is a step in the wrong direction for Keuchel. Coming into the afternoon, he had won his previous two outings and three of his last four. Before Wednesday, Keuchel owned a 2.11 ERA over his last three appearances. This loss isn't too concerning, though, as the Brewers are a good offensive club playing in a hitter-friendly park. Keuchel has a 3.58 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 22 strikeouts in 37.2 innings this season. He will look to get back on track Tuesday at home against the Royals.
Keuchel (3-2) picked up the win Friday after holding the Padres to one run on six hits and four walks while striking out five through seven innings.
Keuchel held the Padres scoreless until Manny Machado swatted a solo home run in the sixth inning. Overall, it was a strong outing for the 31-year-old, who was facing the Padres for the first time since 2015. Keuchel has now pitched seven or more innings in his last three outings, all which have been quality starts. The southpaw will carry a 3.09 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 17:10 K:BB into a road matchup with the Brewers on Wednesday.
Keuchel (2-2) gave up two runs on five hits and one walk while striking out four through 7.1 innings to take the win over the Marlins on Sunday.
Keuchel pitched seven scoreless innings before allowing two baserunners that would come around to score on a three-run home run given up by the Braves bullpen. His 4.3 K/9 limits his upside, but the 31-year-old has pitched seven or more innings in the last two outings, both quality starts. Keuchel has a 2-2 record with a 3.60 ERA through four starts heading into the All-Star break.
Keuchel (1-2) took the loss Tuesday against the Phillies after giving up two runs on five hits across seven innings. He had three strikeouts and two walks.
Keuchel posted his best start as a Brave on Tuesday but was still handed the loss with opposing starter Aaron Nola delivering eight scoreless frames. Keuchel didn't have great command as he threw only 55 of his 97 pitches for strikes, but true to form he still induced 12 groundball outs. The 31-year-old has a 4.08 ERA, 1.47 WHIP and 8:5 K:BB through his first three starts and lines up for another outing before the All-Star break Sunday versus the Marlins.
Keuchel (1-1) gave up three runs on four hits and three walks while striking out two through 5.2 innings to take the win over the Cubs on Wednesday.
Keuchel surrendered two home runs and allowed plenty of baserunners, but he did enough to keep the Braves in the game and earn his first win of the season. The left-hander also recorded his first hit in the major leagues since 2015. Keuchel has a 1-1 record with a 5.06 ERA through two starts this season, and he'll next take the mound Tuesday against the Phillies at SunTrust Park.
Keuchel (0-1) allowed four runs (three earned) on eight hits with three strikeouts and no walks across five innings while taking a loss during his 2019 major league debut against the Nationals on Friday.
The left-hander threw 99 pitches, but Keuchel appeared to wear down in the final two innings of his outing. He looked fairly sharp in the first three frames, stranding baserunners in all three innings, but the Nationals broke through thanks in part to an error in the fourth and scored again in the fifth. Keuchel begins his Braves tenure with an 0-1 mark and 5.40 ERA. He will make his second start of the season at the Cubs on Wednesday.
Keuchel was called up from Double-A Mississippi to start Friday's game at Washington.
Keuchel made one start at Double-A and one start at Low-A over the last two weeks since signing with the Braves and is now primed for his 2019 debut in the majors. The 31-year-old showed no major signs of rust in the minors with three runs allowed across 14 innings, but the first real test will come Friday against the Nationals.
Keuchel will be added to the Braves' active roster and start Friday's game against the Nationals, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports.
Atlanta may not officially activate Keuchel until Friday, but the team already cleared a spot for him on the 25-man roster by optioning reliever Huascar Ynoa to Triple-A Gwinnett following Wednesday's win over the Mets. Keuchel covered 106 pitches in his most recent rehab outing at Double-A Mississippi last weekend, so it's not expected that he'll face any significant workload restrictions in his first outing with the Braves.
Manager Brian Snitker said he's hopeful Keuchel will be added to the Braves' roster to start Friday's game against the Nationals, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports.
Atlanta is still listing Friday's pitcher as "TBA," but unless Keuchel reports some sort of physical issue within the next day or two, he'll make his team debut this weekend. The Braves already cleared a starting spot for Keuchel by moving Sean Newcomb (head) back to the bullpen, so the team won't need to reconfigure its rotation to clear room for the big free-agent pickup. Keuchel isn't expected to face any major workload restrictions upon joining the Braves after tossing 106 pitches in his most recent rehab start at Double-A Mississippi last weekend.
Keuchel is expected to start Friday against the Nationals, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports.
The Braves haven't made their plans official, but the expectation is that the lefty will be ready for his season debut. He's made a pair of seven-inning rehab starts, showing very little rust while allowing three runs on 12 hits and recording a 13:2 K:BB.
Keuchel allowed three earned runs on 11 hits across seven innings in a tune-up start Saturday at Double-A Mississippi.
Keuchel did allow a high number of baserunners, but that gave him the opportunity to extend his pitch count to 106 (74 strikes). Most of that damage was done in the first inning, when the veteran lefty gave up two runs on three hits, which all started with a leadoff double. It was a much tougher test than his first outing in Low-A, where he tossed seven innings of one-hit ball. With more situational experience under his belt, Keuchel now believes he could start for the Braves in the upcoming week if called upon, according to the Jackson Clarion Ledger. The report indicated Keuchel used all five of his pitches, with his velocity landing in the 86-89 MPH range. After the start, the former Cy Young winner noted "I'm not trying to rush myself. Probably tomorrow will be a better judgment of where we're going to be at in the next four or five days." Based on those words, it might be a bit risky to put Keuchel in lineups for the upcoming week, though getting a start isn't necessarily outside the realm of possibility.
Keuchel will make his next start for Double-A Mississippi on Saturday, 680 The Fan Atlanta reports.
Keuchel looked razor sharp in his first minor-league start Monday, firing seven scoreless frames while fanning nine with Low-A Rome. The Braves have reported that Keuchel should only need two starts in the minors, which would put him on track to make his Atlanta debut June 21 against the Nationals.
Keuchel allowed a hit and a walk over seven scoreless innings while striking out nine in his first rehab start with Low-A Rome on Monday.
Predictably, the former Cy Young Award winner was too much for Sally League hitters, despite his long layoff from facing live competition. Keuchel, who threw 77 pitches Monday, will likely make his next start for Triple-A Gwinnett over the weekend. If all goes well in that outing, his subsequent turn could come next week as a member of the Atlanta rotation.
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