It was a dominant effort from the 26-year-old right-hander, who has been absolutely stacking the strikeouts lately with this 12-punchout performance giving him an obscene 31:5 K:BB over his last three starts. He gave up nine earned runs over his last two outings, however, and he would need more starts like this one to hack away at his 5.52 ERA and 1.45 WHIP - numbers that have hampered his ability to make a sustained fantasy impact despite his lofty strikeout totals. He'll look to build off this strong effort in his next start, which will come next Thursday against the Giants.
Gray allowed six runs (five earned) in five-plus innings Sunday, striking out nine while yielding six hits and a walk in a 13-12 loss to Texas.
Gray was solid through five innings on the afternoon, allowing just one run and striking out nine. Things unraveled in the sixth though, as Gray gave up five runs without recording an out, including a three-run blast by Jurickson Profar that would be the nail in the coffin on his start. The 26-year-old's already-ugly ERA rose up to 5.89 and he's allowed three or more earned runs in his last seven starts. He'll look to turn things around against Miami next Friday.
Gray (6-7) allowed four runs on three hits and four walks across six innings to take the loss Tuesday against the Phillies. He struck out 10.
Gray struggled with his command in this one, throwing just 57 percent of his pitches for strikes as he set a new season high in walks. That came back to bite him early on as a pair of first-inning free passes proceeded a three-run home run by Scott Kingery. Wildness aside, Gray did well to regain his composure after a poor opening frame and racked up double-digit strikeouts for the third time this season. Punchouts are his only real source of fantasy value at the moment, with his 10.8 K/9 coming alongside a hefty 5.68 ERA and a 1.49 WHIP.
Gray (6-6) got the win in Wednesday's 6-3 victory over the Reds, allowing three runs on seven hits and three walks over five innings while striking out five.
The 26-year-old didn't exactly rebound from his recent poor form, walking three batters for the third straight start and giving up at least three runs for the fifth straight, but the Rockies' offense was still able to carry Gray to the win. He'll take a 5.66 ERA into his next outing Tuesday in Philadelphia.
Gray lasted just 3.1 innings and allowed four runs on six hits and three walks despite five strikeouts in a no-decision Wednesday against the Giants.
Gray collapsed in the fourth inning, as he walked three batters interrupted only by a successful sacrifice bunt by Giants starter Derek Holland. His final line could have been much worse, as he left the bases loaded upon his departure, but Harrison Musgrave managed to induce a double play to get out of the jam. Gray has been struggling mightily of late, as he has allowed 22 runs over his past four starts and failed to complete the fourth inning twice. He'll try to turn things around Wednesday against the Reds.
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