Wood walked away with a no-decision in Wednesday's loss to the Phillies, allowing two runs on three hits while striking out six batters in six innings.
Wood likely could have pitched further into the game -- he was at just 82 pitches and hadn't allowed a hit since the Phillies' two-run second inning -- but manager Dave Roberts opted to pinch hit for him in the seventh frame in an attempt to tie the game and take the lead. It worked, and the Dodgers briefly took the lead -- putting Wood in line for the win -- before Philadelphia scored three runs of its own to reclaim the edge in the bottom half of the inning. He's now bounced back with a pair of quality starts after allowing nine runs over 11 innings in his first two starts back from the disabled list. Wood will carry a shiny 2.71 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and 150:37 K:BB into his next start, which is scheduled for Tuesday against the Padres.
Wood (15-3) allowed no runs on three hits and one walk while striking out eight across six innings to earn the win Friday against the Nationals.
Wood completely silenced the Nationals bats while receiving six runs of offensive support over the first two innings, as he cruised to his 15th victory of the season. Fantasy owners are likely relieved that he put together this solid outing after he allowed 12 runs over his last 17 innings covering three starts, and hopefully he's ready to dominate in the fantasy playoffs. He'll make his next start Thursday against the Phillies.
Wood (14-3) allowed five runs on eight hits and three walks while striking out just two batters through five innings during Saturday's loss to Colorado.
The lefty has now allowed 12 runs through 17 innings over his past three starts and has also spent time on the disabled list with a chest injury during that span. Wood still sports elite numbers for the campaign with a 2.81 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 9.1 K/9, but he's clearly not locked in like he was earlier in the season. Considering his current form, it's worth considering fading him until he rights the ship -- if that luxury even exists. A daunting road matchup against the Nationals is on deck for Wood, too.
Wood (14-2) returned from the disabled list Sunday, pitching six innings while giving up four runs on seven hits with two walks and seven strikeouts against the Padres. He was the losing pitcher of record in a 6-4 loss.
Wood missed two starts with a minor sternum injury before returning to the mound Sunday. Home runs continue to plague the breakout star, as he has given up 10 over his last seven starts after surrendering just two in his previous 16 appearances. Wood still owns a sparkling 2.57 ERA on the season, but it has slowly creeped closer to his 3.02 FIP in the second half. The Dodgers are currently running a six-man rotation, lining the 26-year-old up to start against the Rockies at home Saturday.
Wood (chest) has been activated from the disabled list in advance of his scheduled start Sunday in San Diego, MLB.com reports.
Wood struck out eight in a quality start against the Padres back on June 30, and picked up a hold as a reliever against them in his first appearance of the year. He'll look to continue building momentum Sunday, making his 21st start of the season against a team that strikes out at a 25.1 percent clip -- the second worst mark in the league.
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