Stripling (4-3) earned the win Saturday in Boston after giving up one run on four hits over five innings. He struck out seven and did not issue a walk.
Stripling surrendered four runs in both of his last two starts, but he was able to stifle the Red Sox on Saturday. The 29-year-old has a 3.65 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 69:19 K:BB through 66.2 innings and lines up to start Thursday in Philadelphia.
Stripling (3-3) allowed four runs on six hits with no walks across 4.1 innings to take the loss Sunday against the Padres. He struck out three.
All the major damage to Stripling's ledger came via the home run, including solo shots in the first and second innings before a three-run job off reliever Pedro Baez allowed two of his baserunners to score in the fifth. He threw the ball well at times, as 69 percent of his pitches went for strikes and he refrained from walking a batter for the first time as a starter this year. Still, Stripling has allowed eight runs across nine innings in his last two outings and could head back to the bullpen after the All-Star break.
Stripling did not factor into the decision against Arizona on Tuesday, tossing 4.2 innings and giving up four runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out seven.
The outing was a mixed bag for Stripling, as he struck out seven batters and collected two hits of his own (including a run-scoring single) but also tied a season high by giving up four runs. He was pulled after 81 pitches as he continues to build stamina after spending most of May and June in a bullpen role. The 29-year-old owns a 3.45 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 59:19 K:BB through 57.1 innings this season and should continue to be a part of the starting rotation with Rich Hill (forearm) out indefinitely. He'll next take the mound Sunday in a home matchup against the Padres.
Stripling is scheduled to start Tuesday's game against the Diamondbacks, Alanna Rizzo of Spectrum SportsNet LA reports.
Stripling made his first start in two months last Tuesday and yielded two runs (one earned) across three innings. The 29-year-old figures to have a higher pitch count this time around but seems unlikely to be cleared so quickly for a full starter's workload. Stripling has a 3.08 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and 52:17 K:BB over 52.2 innings this season and is expected to remain in the rotation for the foreseeable future with Rich Hill (forearm) facing an extended absence.
Stripling allowed two runs (one earned) on four hits with one walk and four strikeouts across three innings against the Diamondbacks on Tuesday.
Making his first start since April 25, Stripling wasn't expected to last much longer than he did. Stripling is returning to the rotation because of the Rich Hill (forearm) injury, but he will likely need to build back up his arm strength before becoming useful in most fantasy leagues. Stripling is 3-2 with a 3.08 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and 52 strikeouts in 52.2 innings this season. His turn in the rotation will come up again Sunday in Colorado.
Stripling is expected to make an abbreviated start in his return to the rotation Tuesday against the Diamondbacks, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
No specific limitations are in place for Stripling, but since he hasn't started since April 25 nor exceeded two innings in any of his relief appearances since that time, his arm isn't properly conditioned to handle a normal starter's workload. After making a spot start last week, Julio Urias has been moved back to the bullpen and should be available to cover multiple innings behind Stripling in what could be a piggyback arrangement. Stripling should gradually raise his pitch count in his subsequent starts in place of Rich Hill (forearm), who is facing an extended absence.
Stripling will start Tuesday against the Diamondbacks, Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times reports.
As expected, Stripling is set to enter the rotation in place of the injured Rich Hill, who is facing an extended absence due to a flexor tendon strain. The 29-year-old Stripling has performed well as a starter this season, compiling a 2.65 ERA, 1.09 WHIP and 32:10 K:BB in 34 innings (six starts).
Stripling is expected to take Rich Hill's (forearm) spot in the starting rotation, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports.
Julio Urias drew the start Thursday night against the Giants, but it appears as though Stripling is in line to take over with Hill likely facing a 3-to-4-week absence. "I think he's earned that opportunity," stated Andrew Friedman, the Dodgers' president of baseball operations. Assuming Stripling does move into the starting rotation, his next outing would line up for Tuesday in Arizona.
Stripling will be available out of the bullpen beginning either Sunday or Monday, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Stripling will transition back to a bullpen role with Rich Hill (knee) set to return Sunday. Stripling has posted a solid 2.65 ERA with a 32:10 K:BB over 34 innings so far in 2019.
Stripling didn't factor into the decision against the Cubs on Thursday, giving up five hits, striking out six and walking one before exiting after 4.2 scoreless innings in the Dodgers' 2-1 victory.
The right-hander was working on a shutout, but manager Dave Roberts opted to give him the hook after just 76 pitches, denying him a chance for the win. Stripling is sporting an excellent 2.65 ERA, a 1.09 WHIP and 32 strikeouts over 34 innings, but Roberts has said he'll move back to the bullpen when Rich Hill (knee) returns from the injured list.
Stripling will move back to the bullpen when Rich Hill (knee) and Hyun-jin Ryu (groin) are back from injury, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Stripling is off to a good start as a starter with a 2.92 ERA and 0.97 WHIP through 24.2 innings, but the return of Hill and Ryu will push him back to a relief role, manager Dave Roberts told reporters on Tuesday. The right-hander should still be in the mix for spot starts or a move back to the rotation in the event of another injury, but the move will diminish the value he was carrying as a member of the rotation whenever it takes place.
Stripling (1-1) got the win against the Brewers on Sunday, giving up just one earned run on four hits over eight strong innings, striking out three and walking one in the Dodgers' 7-1 victory.
It was the best outing of the season so far the right-hander, who was efficient, needing just 88 pitches to make it through eight innings. The outing gives him excellent numbers through his first four starts, as Stripling now has a 2.92 ERA, a 0.97 WHIP and 18 strikeouts through 24.2 innings. He's scheduled to take the mound against the Brewers again for his next start on Friday, but it lines up as a dangerous road trip to Miller Park.
Stripling (0-1) got the loss against the Cardinals on Tuesday, giving up four earned runs on five hits over five innings, striking out seven and walking three as the Dodgers fell 4-0.
It wasn't the sharpest of efforts for the right-hander, who had given up three earned runs over 11.2 innings in his first two starts, but allowed four to cross the plate in this one. Stripling still has a respectable 3.78 ERA and 1.14 WHIP over 16.2 innings and should hang onto his spot in the rotation for the foreseeable future.
Stripling gave up three runs on six hits with one walk while striking out three through 6.1 innings in a no-decision against the Giants on Wednesday.
One inning spoiled an otherwise nice performance for Stripling as he gave up four hits and two home runs in the fourth inning. Through two starts, the right-hander is limiting the walks with a 1.54 BB/9 and now has an impressive 2.31 ERA. Stripling gets his next start Tuesday against the Cardinals at Busch Stadium.
Stripling didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 5-4 extra-innings loss to the Diamondbacks, giving up three hits and a walk over 5.1 scoreless innings while striking out five.
The right-hander only allowed one runner to get into scoring position all night, on singles by David Peralta and Jake Lamb in the fourth inning, but Striping promptly struck out Ketel Marte and got Nick Ahmed to hit a weak comebacker to end the threat. Striping fired 51 of 76 pitches for strikes before exiting with a 3-0 lead, and he'll look for better bullpen support in his next start April 3 at home against the Giants.
Stripling limited the Angels to one run over three innings in Sunday's 8-4 exhibition loss, scattering three hits and one walk and striking out none.
Though Stripling failed to record a punchout in his final spring tuneup, he at least induced three swinging strikes and recorded eight of his nine outs via groundballs or infield flies. With Clayton Kershaw (shoulder) and Rich Hill (knee) both bound for the injured list to begin the season, Stripling will break camp as a member of the rotation and make his first start Friday at home versus the Diamondbacks.
Stripling will begin the season as part of the Dodgers' starting rotation, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports.
With Clayton Kershaw still working his way back from injury, manager Dave Roberts told reporters Monday that Stripling will open the season as a starter. How long he stays there will depend on Kershaw's progress, but the development increases his value, at least in the short term. The right-hander had a strong season last year, with a 3.02 ERA and a 1.19 WHIP over 122 innings in split duty between the rotation and the bullpen.
Stripling is set to make his next start on Sunday in the Freeway Series, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports.
Stripling started Monday night, throwing 4.2 innings and allowing two earned runs on five hits. He also walked four and struck out one. Stripling continues to stretch out as a starter, and with Clayton Kershaw's (shoulder) return date in question, he has a strong chance to begin the season in the rotation.
Manager Dave Roberts said Wednesday that Stripling will continue to build up towards a starter's workload, Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Stripling is scheduled to pitch four innings during Wednesday's spring start against the White Sox as he remains on the path to work as a starter. Clayton Kershaw (shoulder) and Walker Buehler are still on the comeback trail, otherwise Stripling likely would have begun to wind down in preparation for a bullpen role. The 29-year-old will likely be in the starting rotation should Kershaw or Buehler not be ready to begin the season.
Stripling will be the Dodgers' fifth starter if Clayton Kershaw (shoulder) is not ready to go for the start of the season, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
While this was a pretty safe bet, Julio Urias is also a deserving candidate, so it is good to get some clarity from manager Dave Roberts. The skipper also noted that it will be "tough" for Kershaw to be ready for Opening Day, so it seems like Stripling is a good bet to make at least one start in the first week of the season.
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