Stroman (13-9) took the loss Saturday, allowing two runs on six hits and one walk over four innings against the Yankees. He struck out two and issued one walk.
The right-hander ran into trouble in the fourth, allowing four hits, including a homer, while also uncorking a wild pitch. Stroman finishes the year as a borderline top-30 starting pitcher in terms of earned fantasy value, but he did not add to his strikeout rate as some hoped, and his walk rate went in the wrong direction; the peripherals suggest Stroman will have a tough time maintaining an ERA right around 3.00 again next season.
Stroman (13-8) allowed three runs on five hits and four walks across 5.2 innings to earn the win Sunday against the Yankees. He struck out two.
Stroman put men on base with regularity, but he managed to make it into the sixth inning with just one run on his ledger. He struggled at that point, allowing a solo home run to Aaron Judge and an RBI double to Greg Bird before his removal. Luckily he had the luxury of a large early lead and still qualified for his 13th win, furthering his career high in that category. Stroman's 3.01 ERA is also his career best for a full season, and he will look to put a punctuation mark on a great season Saturday against this same Yankees club.
Stroman (12-8) got the win Tuesday against the Royals after allowing one run on four hits with two walks and five strikeouts over seven innings.
Stroman and Kansas City starter Ian Kennedy had matching shutouts going through five innings, but Kennedy blinked first by allowing a two-run homer to Darwin Barney in the sixth, which was all the support Stroman needed to lock down his first victory since Aug. 16. While he has six quality starts in his past nine outings, Stroman only has two wins to show for those efforts. The righty will look to build on this performance Sunday against the Yankees, but that won't be easy with New York steamrolling opponents of late.
Stroman (11-8) took the loss Wednesday against Baltimore after allowing two unearned runs on six hits and three walks while striking out seven over six innings.
Two unearned runs in the first inning led to a tough loss for Stroman, who hasn't found the win column in his last five starts. This marks the second time this season that he's been tagged with a loss despite not giving up an earned run. He worked around a bit of trouble by doing what he does best -- inducing double plays -- and now leads MLB pitchers with 31 groundball double plays on the season. In 30 starts this year, Stroman owns a solid 3.08 ERA but a less-than-stellar 1.31 WHIP over 184.1 innings. The right-hander will look to get on track and snag his first win since mid-August when he toes the rubber for Tuesday's home game against Kansas City.
Stroman (11-7) allowed four runs on six hits and one walk while striking out six across six innings to take the loss Friday against the Tigers.
Stroman gave up all of the damage when he allowed a grand slam to Nick Castellanos, while the offense was unable to score enough runs to take him off the hook for the loss. He's held opponents to two or fewer earned runs in six of his last seven starts, and despite having won just a single game over the past month, he remains as a decent fantasy starter. He'll make his next start Wednesday against the Orioles.
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