Gray allowed one run on two hits with one strikeout and zero walks over two innings during his only Cactus League appearance prior to the suspension of spring training.
The 28-year-old underwent left foot surgery in August and had a delayed start to spring training, but he made his Cactus League debut March 1 and was on track to begin the regular season healthy. Gray had a 3.84 ERA, 1.35 WHIP and 150:56 K:BB across 150 innings prior to the injury last season, and he has a solidified spot near the top of the Rockies' starting rotation once the season resumes.
Gray (foot) will make his Cactus League debut Monday against the Mariners, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.
The 28-year-old had a delayed start to spring training after undergoing left foot surgery in August, but his return to the mound Monday should put him on track for the start of the regular season. Gray was sharp in 2019 with a 3.84 ERA, 1.35 WHIP and 150:56 K:BB over 150 innings (25 starts).
Gray (foot) signed a one-year, $5.6 million contract with the Rockies on Friday, avoiding arbitration, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.
Gray turned in one of the best seasons of his young career in 2019, registering a 3.84 ERA and 1.35 WHIP with 150 strikeouts over 150 frames. He'll begin the 2020 campaign near the front of Colorado's starting rotation, assuming he's healthy. Gray underwent foot surgery in August but should be ready for spring training.
Gray will undergo surgery Friday to repair his fractured left foot, but he's expected to have a normal offseason, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.
Gray has made it clear that he thinks he can have surgery without it affecting his availability for the 2020 season. He finishes the year with a 3.84 ERA, 1.35 WHIP and 150:56 K:BB across 150 innings.
Gray (foot) was placed on the 60-day injured list Wednesday with a left foot fracture.
It's unclear when or how Gray suffered the injury -- the right-hander fired eight shutout innings his last time out -- but he'll miss the remainder of the season as a result. He missed a start earlier in the month due to left ankle soreness, though it's not yet known if the two issues are related. According to Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post, Gray is leaning towards undergoing surgery to address the fracture. The 27-year-old was in the midst of a bounce-back season after struggling in 2018; he'll finish the year with a 3.84 ERA, 1.35 WHIP and 150:56 K:BB across 150 innings. Tim Melville was summoned from the minors in a corresponding move and will start in place of Gray on Wednesday.
Gray (11-8) earned the win Friday after tossing eight shutout innings against the Marlins. He struck out seven and gave up five hits.
Gray was surprisingly dominant at hitter-friendly Coors Field, albeit against a less than intimidating Miami lineup. It was the fourth time this season that the right-hander held his opposition scoreless while pitching at least six innings. Gray's eight innings pitched also tied his season high, as the the 27-year-old bounced back from an ugly outing in his last start during which he gave up six hits and seven runs to the Padres. Gray had originally been scheduled to pitch Tuesday against the Diamondbacks but was a late scratch because of left ankle soreness. Clearly, the extra days of rest were just what the doctor ordered. Gray will hit the road with a 3.84 ERA, 1.35 WHIP and 150:56 K:BB to face off with the Diamondbacks on Wednesday.
Gray (ankle) is listed as the Rockies' probable starter for Friday's game against the Marlins.
With that, it seems Gray emerged from Wednesday's bullpen session with little or no residual soreness in his left ankle. The Rockies were forced to push Gray back from Tuesday after the right-hander slipped on the dugout steps and hurt his ankle in San Diego last week. Gray will draw a last-place Marlins team at home Friday, and Gray has been better at Coors Field (3.88 ERA) than on the road (4.22 ERA) this season, continuing a four-year trend in his home/road splits.
Gray (ankle) is scheduled to throw a bullpen session Wednesday and could be ready to rejoin the rotation Friday against the Marlins, the Associated Press reports.
Gray had been in line to start Tuesday's eventual 9-3 loss to the Diamondbacks, but he was scratched shortly before the outing due to a sore left ankle, which he suffered when he slipped on the dugout steps in San Diego last week. The Rockies' willingness to have him test out his ankle on the mound Wednesday suggests there's not overwhelming concern about the injury. Due to a team off day Thursday, the Rockies would have the luxury of reordering the rotation in the event Gray isn't ready to start Friday.
Gray will not make his scheduled start Tuesday against the Diamondbacks due to left ankle soreness, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.
Jeff Hoffman will take the ball in his stead. It is being reported as Gray's start getting "pushed back," so it sounds like he could still make a start in the coming days.
Gray (10-8) took the loss against San Diego on Thursday, completing 5.2 innings and allowing seven runs (three earned) on six hits and two walks while striking out four.
Gray gave up three runs in the first two innings -- two of which were produced on a leadoff home run and an RBI single by Fernando Tatis Jr. -- but settled down to retire nine of 10 batters in the third through fifth frames. He then put away two of the first three hitters he faced in the sixth before a Trevor Story error opened the floodgates for what would become a five-run inning. Gray now carries a 10-8 record along with a 4.06 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 143:56 K:BB over 142 innings this season. He's in line to host Arizona on Tuesday in his next scheduled start.
Gray didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 6-5 loss to the Giants, giving up four runs on nine hits and a walk over four innings while striking out five.
All four runs scored in the first inning, and while Gray settled down after that, he still checked out of the game early after throwing 96 pitches (61 strikes). The right-hander will take a 4.03 ERA and 139:54 K:BB through 136.1 innings into his next start Thursday in San Diego.
Gray (10-7) picked up the win against the Dodgers on Monday, giving up one earned run on three hits over eight innings, striking out six and walking three as the Rockies bagged a 9-1 victory.
It was a fantastic outing for the right-hander, who worked eight innings for the first time all season while yielding just a single run to a tough Dodgers lineup. The solid effort brings his ERA down to 3.88 and his WHIP to 1.36 over 132.1 innings ahead of his next start, which will see him take on the Giants at home on Saturday.
Gray (calf) is confirmed as the Rockies' starting pitcher for Monday's game against the Dodgers.
Gray exited his previous start one week earlier against this same Dodgers squad after being struck in the left leg with a line drive. He escaped the incident with a left calf contusion and was able to complete his between-starts bullpen session without incident, allowing him to rejoin the rotation without missing a turn. Gray isn't expected to face any limitations with his pitch count while he returns to action, but a matchup with a powerful Dodgers offense at Coors Field doesn't make the right-hander the most comfortable fantasy option in weekly lineups.
Gray (calf) is on track to start Monday against the Dodgers, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.
Gray exited his previous start with a right calf bruise after getting struck by a line drive, but he's already feeling better and isn't expected to miss a start as a result. In his past five outings, the right-hander owns a 4.50 ERA, 1.57 WHIP and 25:12 K:BB in 28 innings.
Gray underwent an X-ray on his right calf Wednesday which revealed no significant injury, Nick Groke of The Athletic reports.
Gray left his start Wednesday against the Nationals after getting struck in the leg by a line drive, but he escaped with nothing worse than a bruise. He expects to be able to make his next scheduled start Monday against the Dodgers.
Gray left Wednesday's game against the Nationals after four innings with a left calf injury, Nick Groke of The Athletic reports.
He was hit on his calf by a line drive and stayed in to pitch one more inning before getting pulled. Gray gave up one run on two hits and five walks while striking out four over four frames. He should be considered questionable for his next scheduled start Monday against the Dodgers.
Gray (9-7) took the loss Wednesday versus the Giants after allowing six runs on 11 hits over 5.1 innings. He recorded three strikeouts and walks apiece.
Gray ran into trouble early with a three-run first inning and struggled again across the fifth and sixth innings. It's the first time the 27-year-old allowed more than three runs in a start since June 13. Gray has a 4.11 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 124:45 K:BB through 120.1 innings and lines up to pitch at Washington next week.
Gray pitched seven innings in a no-decision Friday, allowing two runs on four hits while striking out six in a 3-2 win over the Reds.
Gray pitched well in his first start of the second half of the season, with the four baserunners being the fewest he's allowed in a start this season. Even so, he was only let off the hook for his seventh loss when David Dahl and Daniel Murphy hit solo home runs in the eighth inning to put the Rockies ahead. Gray owns a 3.83 ERA and a 1.33 WHIP in 115 innings this season. He takes a 9-6 record and 121:42 K:BB into his next scheduled start Wednesday against the Giants.
Gray (9-6) allowed three runs on eight hits and two walks over five innings in Saturday's 4-2 loss to the Diamondbacks. He struck out four and took the loss.
Gray needed 97 pitches (64 strikes) to get through his five-plus innings, exiting after allowing a tie-breaking two-run homer to Jake Lamb. Gray now owns a 3.92 ERA and 1.38 WHIP with 115 strikeouts over 108 innings this season, but the loss snapped a four-start winning streak for the right-hander. Gray is projected to start the Rockies' first game back from the All-Star break, at home versus Cincinnati on Friday.
Gray (9-5) struck out eight and picked up the win Saturday, giving up three runs (two earned) on seven hits and two walks over 6.2 innings in a 5-3 victory over the Dodgers.
The right-hander put together his third straight quality start while winning his fourth straight decision. Gray will carry a 3.84 ERA and 111:40 K:BB through 103 innings into his next outing July 6 in Arizona.
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