Berrios allowed three runs on six hits and a walk with six strikeouts across six innings in a no-decision versus Texas on Friday.
Berrios got off to a shaky start, allowing three hits and a walk as Texas scraped together two runs in the first inning. He settled in well after that, although he wasn't able to pick up a win, which has now been the case for his last three starts. The right-hander has a 3.56 ERA, 1.09 WHIP and 87:21 K:BB across 83.1 innings this year. He projects for a home start versus Cleveland next week.
Berrios (7-2) allowed two earned runs on five hits and one walk while striking out eight across seven innings to earn the win Saturday over the Astros.
Berrios fired six shutout innings before surrendering a pair of seventh-inning home runs to Kyle Tucker and Robel Garcia. He hasn't lost since April 20 and is 5-0 in his last eight starts. The 27-year-old has a 3.49 ERA and a 1.09 WHIP with 81 strikeouts in 77.1 innings. Berrios' seven wins has anchored a struggling Twins' team, with no other pitcher recording more than three wins this season.
Berrios (6-2) earned the win Saturday against the Royals after allowing four runs on six hits and two walks while fanning four across six innings.
Berrios wasn't dominant enough to record a quality start and has allowed at least three runs in three of his last five starts, but he's managed to limit the damage and has gone eight straight outings without a loss, posting a 4-0 record with a 3.83 ERA, a 1.18 WHIP and a 43:12 K:BB in that span. His next start is scheduled for next week at home against the Astros.
Berrios didn't factor into the decision Monday in the Twins' 3-2 win over the Orioles in 10 innings after he gave up a run on five hits and no walks in eight frames while striking out six.
Aside from allowing a solo home run to Ryan Mountcastle in the fifth inning, Berrios easily mowed down the Orioles, whom he was facing for his second start in a row. After the dominant showing, Berrios' ERA sits at a career-best 3.36 for the season.
Berrios (5-2) allowed three runs (one earned) on seven hits and two walks while striking out seven across 5.2 innings to earn the win Tuesday against the Orioles.
Berrios got himself into trouble in the second inning by surrendering two singles and a walk, but he avoided being charged for the pair of runs scored due to an error by Andrelton Simmons. He had little trouble with the Orioles' lineup otherwise, and he earned his fifth win of the season. Through 10 starts, Berrios has maintained a 3.67 ERA and a strong 63:17 K:BB across 56.1 innings. He currently projects to draw his next start Monday in a rematch at Baltimore.
Berrios (4-2) pitched five innings and earned the win in Game 2 of Thursday's doubleheader, allowing three runs on three hits and a walk with seven strikeouts in a 6-3 win over the Angels.
Berrios was spotted a four-run lead before he took the mound thanks to a Miguel Sano first inning grand slam. Although he didn't pitch amazing, he did his part to secure the win. After allowing all three earned runs in the game's first two innings, Berrios retired 11 straight Halos to complete the outing. His 3.91 ERA is indicative of a decent yet unspectacular season thus far.
Berrios allowed four runs on eight hits and zero walks over seven innings during Saturday's 5-4 win over Oakland. He had six strikeouts and didn't factor in the decision.
The 26-year-old covered six-plus frames for the third straight start Saturday, but a two-run homer from Matt Olson during the opening frame put the right-hander in an early hole. Berrios has a 3.74 ERA, 1.14 WHIP and 49:14 K:BB across 45.2 innings this season.
Berrios didn't factor into the decision Saturday against the Tigers after allowing two runs on six hits and five walks while walking one across six innings.
Berrios had to deal with 11 baserunners, but he limited the damage to just two runs and posted his first quality start since Opening Day. The five walks represent a season-high mark for the right-hander, but generally, he remains effective in terms of run prevention as evidenced by a 3.49 ERA across 38.2 innings. He's expected to take the ball next week at home against the Athletics.
Berrios (3-2) earned the win Sunday over the Royals after giving up four runs on six hits and a walk while fanning nine across six innings.
Berrios was unable to deliver a quality start -- something he has accomplished just once thus far -- and tied a season-worst mark in terms of runs allowed, though he also completed six innings for just the second time in six outings. The 26-year-old right-hander owns a 3.58 ERA across 32.2 innings and is slated to take the ball next week on the road against the Tigers.
Berrios allowed two runs on five hits and one walk while striking out three across 5.2 innings Monday night against Cleveland. He didn't factor into the decision.
The Twins got out to a 2-0 lead, but Berrios surrendered two runs in the bottom of the sixth before being lifted in a tie ballgame. He fell just one out short of registering a quality start. There was some controversy surrounding Berrios' removal, as manager Rocco Baldelli intended to keep the right-hander in the game to finish the frame but was forced to call in a reliever after two mound visits in the same inning, per Dan Hayes of The Athletic. Berrios is off to a solid start in 2021, sitting with a 2-2 record to go with a 3.04 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 33:8 K:BB across 26.2 frames.
Berrios (2-2) took the loss in the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Athletics, allowing one run on four hits and a walk over five innings. He struck out five.
It was another sharp outing for the right-hander, who tossed 59 of 89 pitches for strikes, but the Twins failed to score a run in either half of the twin bill. Berrios will take a 3.00 ERA and 30:7 K:BB through 21 innings into his next start, set for Monday in Cleveland.
Berrios will start Game 2 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Athletics, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports.
Berrios will take the mound for the second half of the twin bill after Monday's matchup was postponed. He owns a 2-1 record to go along with a 3.38 ERA, 0.94 WHIP and a 25:6 K:BB across 16 frames in 2021 (three starts).
Berrios (2-1) allowed four runs on four hits and three walks while striking out five over 4.1 innings as he took the loss against the Red Sox on Wednesday.
Berrios was zoned in for the first four innings, allowing just a shallow single to Alex Verdugo, but completely fell apart in the fifth frame. The 26-year-old allowed four of the first five batters to reach and walked in a run with the bases loaded before his day came to an early end, and Tyler Duffey subsequently allowed all three inherited runners to score. Berrios has been excellent for the most part to begin the year and will look to get back on track against the Athletics on Tuesday.
Berrios (2-0) earned the win Thursday after holding the Mariners to two runs on five hits and three walks while striking out eight over 5.2 innings.
Despite not getting the nod for Opening Day, Berrios did take the mound for Minnesota's home opener Thursday. After finding success in his last outing, in which he held the Brewers hitless over six frames while tying a career high with 12 strikeouts, Berrios found a way to miss bats once again. The 26-year-old was pulled in the sixth inning after tossing his 99th pitch, falling just shy of a quality start. Berrios will look to remain undefeated at home Wednesday against the Red Sox.
Berrios (1-0) tossed six scoreless innings Saturday against the Twins. He got the win while fanning 12.
Manager Rocco Baldelli said Berrios looked "at the top of his game right now" following his final spring start, and Berrios lived up to those remarks in his season debut since he was tossing a no-hitter before being pulled after six innings. He will attempt to build on this stellar debut in his second start of the season, scheduled for April 8 at home against the Mariners.
Berrios gave up three runs on two home runs over 4.1 innings in his final spring start. He finished spring with a 3.50 ERA. "He's at the top of his game right now," manager Rocco Baldelli said, per Megan Ryan of Minneapolis Star Tribune. "... He is ready to take the mound and go out there and win a ballgame in his first start."
Berrios threw 65 pitches, which was his goal to be ready for his first start. He'll make his regular season debut Saturday at Milwaukee.
Berrios threw two scoreless innings with three strikeouts in his spring debut Thursday, reaching 95 mph on the radar gun. Berrios reduced the intensity of his early offseason workouts in an attempt to preserve his energy for a full 162-game season, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports.
Berrios struggled in the second half of the 2018 and 2019 seasons, so he'll need to avoid fades in longer seasons to reach his stated goal of more than 200 innings. Either way, his outing Thursday showed he's in near regular-season form at this point.
Berrios signed a one-year, $6.1 million deal with the Twins on Wednesday to avoid arbitration, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports.
The 26-year-old made 12 starts during the shortened season and had a 4.00 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 68:26 K:BB over 63 innings. Berrios increased his fastball velocity a full tick to 94.3 mph, though that helped result in his highest walk rate (9.6 percent) since his rookie season.
Berrios allowed one run on two hits and two walks while striking out four over five innings in a no-decision against the Astros on Wednesday in Game 2 of the AL Wild Card Series.
The Twins were eliminated from the playoffs with a 3-1 loss, but the blame doesn't fall on Berrios, who was spotless outside of the fourth inning. Berrios' ERA reached an even 4.00 during the regular season after three straight years in the high-3.00s. His average fastball velocity was up a fair amount, fueling a small jump in strikeout rate. Unfortunately, there was an even greater uptick in walks and some are left wondering if there is a next level to Berrios' game.
Berrios (5-4) allowed four runs on five hits and two walks while striking out seven over five innings in a loss to the Reds on Friday.
Mike Moustakas and Freddy Galvis both pulled fastballs to right field for homers against Berrios, accounting for most of the damage against the right-hander. Berrios did not have a bad 2020 regular season, but it was just OK, and he disappointed slightly based on expectations. The 26-year-old turned in a 4.00 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 68:26 K:BB in 63 innings. He figures to slot in behind Kenta Maeda in the postseason rotation.
|Last 7 Games|
|06/18||@ TEX||W 7-5||6.0||6||3||1||6|
|06/12||vs HOU||W 5-2||1||7.0||5||2||1||8|
|06/05||@ KC||W 5-4||1||6.0||6||4||2||4|
|05/31||@ BAL||W 3-2||8.0||5||1||0||6|
|05/25||vs BAL||W 7-4||1||5.2||7||1||2||7|
|05/20||@ LAA||W 6-3||1||5.0||3||3||1||7|
|05/15||vs OAK||W 5-4||7.0||8||4||0||6|
|More Pitching Stats|
|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2013||AFX-Cedar Rapids Kernels||103.2||19||19||0||7||7||0||100||40||105||4.01||1.405|
|2014||AFA-Fort Myers Miracle||96.1||16||16||1||9||3||0||109||23||78||1.97||1.051|
|2014||AAA-Rochester Red Wings||3.0||1||1||0||0||1||0||3||3||7||18.00||3.333|
|2014||AA-New Britain Rock Cat||40.2||8||8||1||3||4||0||28||12||33||3.58||1.119|
|2015||AAA-Rochester Red Wings||75.2||12||12||0||6||2||0||83||14||59||2.63||0.971|
|2016||AAA-Rochester Red Wings||111.1||17||17||1||10||5||0||125||36||74||2.51||0.990|
|2017||AAA-Rochester Red Wings||39.2||6||6||0||3||0||0||39||8||24||1.15||0.816|