Gonzales (10-8) took the loss against Oakland on Tuesday, tossing six innings and giving up six runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out five.
Gonzales entered the game having given up three runs or less in six consecutive starts but couldn't tame Oakland's offense. The big blows against him came in the fifth inning, when back-to-back home runs by Matt Chapman and Matt Olson turned a close game into a four-run deficit. Despite the rough outing, Gonzales has been Seattle's most effective starter this season, leading the staff in innings (120.2), wins (10), ERA (4.48) and strikeouts (87). He'll have a home matchup with the Rangers on Monday in his next scheduled start.
Gonzales (10-7) pitched eight innings, allowing two runs on five hits and a walk. He struck out six and earned the win in a 6-3 result against the Athletics.
Gonzales found himself behind after a rough first inning, but the Mariners' bats took over in the fourth inning and the southpaw was able to keep the Athletics at bay in the later innings. Gonzales' 10 wins put him three shy of the mark he set in a breakout season last year. He's had success lately, winning five of his last six starts and pitching to a 2.89 ERA in that span. For the year, he's at a 4.24 ERA and 1.35 WHIP with an 82:32 K:BB in 114.2 innings. Gonzales lines up to face the Angels on the road after the All-Star break.
Gonzales (9-7) took the loss after allowing three runs on six hits and three walks while striking out five over five innings Sunday against the Astros.
Gonzales battled through five innings, though he did surrender two runs in the first and another in the third before exiting with a 3-1 deficit. The Astros would pile on three insurance runs in the eighth inning. The 27-year-old picked up four straight victories entering the day, but he wasn't able to get the job done Sunday afternoon. Gonzales now owns a 4.39 ERA and 1.40 WHIP with 76 punchouts over 106.2 innings this year.
Gonzales (9-6) allowed three runs (two earned) on eight hits and no walks while striking out four across five innings to earn the win Tuesday against Milwaukee.
Gonzales began and ended his start with trouble, though the run Ryan Braun scored in the first inning was unearned after Braun scored on a throwing error by Kyle Seager. However, Gonzales was also tagged in the fifth frame, allowing a solo home run and three consecutive singles before escaping with only two earned runs. Though he generated only two swinging strikes, Gonzales limited the damage by inducing seven groundball outs. After imploding to allow 16 earned runs across two starts in late May and early June, Gonzales has responded to allow two or fewer earned runs across his last four outings. He'll look to keep that run going in his next start, currently scheduled for Sunday at Houston.
Gonzales (8-6) picked up the win Wednesday in an 8-2 victory over the Royals, allowing two runs on six hits and a walk over 6.2 innings while striking out five.
The southpaw earned his third straight win while delivering his ninth quality start of the season. Gonzales will carry a 4.38 ERA and 67:28 K:BB through 96.2 innings into his next outing Tuesday in Milwaukee.
Gonzales (7-6) lasted seven innings to earn the win against the A's on Friday, allowing two runs (one earned) on seven hits and two walks while striking out three.
Gonzales completed seven innings or more for the fifth time this season to picked up his second win against Oakland. It wasn't a dominant outing by any means, but the southpaw effectively prevented Oakland's seven hits from turning into more than a pair of runs while only handing out two free passes. The 27-year-old will carry 4.50 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 62:27 K:BB into a matchup Wednesday against Kansas City.
Gonzales will start Friday against Oakland instead of Thursday against Minnesota as originally scheduled, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.
The reason for the switch is not immediately clear. Gonzales will face an easier opponent in a more pitcher-friendly park this week but will lose out on a shot at a two-start week next week. Yusei Kikuchi will start Thursday.
Gonzales (6-6) picked up the win Friday, holding the Angels to two runs on two hits and three walks while striking out five through 5.2 innings.
Gonzales surrendered a home run to Kole Calhoun in the second inning and an RBI single to Tommy La Stella in the sixth, but otherwise the 27-year-old looked solid against the Angels. The strong outing was nice to see after Gonzales had gotten shelled in his previous two starts against the Angels and Rangers. Through 15 appearances this season, the left-hander owns a 4.77 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 59:25 K:BB. He'll look to remain in the win column Thursday against the Twins.
Gonzales (5-6) surrendered 10 runs on nine hits and three walks across 4.2 innings while taking the loss Sunday against the Angels. He struck out two.
Gonzales was pummeled in the second inning, allowing seven runs on five hits, a walk and a hit batsman. The lefty has rebounded for a couple of innings before he was removed as the Halos added three more runs onto his ledger in the fifth. Gonzales has been dreadful over his last two starts, allowing 16 earned runs across 8.2 innings to raise his ERA to 4.89. He will look to right the ship Friday on the road at this same club.
Gonzales (5-5) was roughed up in a loss to Texas on Tuesday, allowing eight runs (six earned) on eight hits in four innings. He struck out four and did not walk a batter.
Gonzales got off to an unfortunate start when a first-inning throwing error by catcher Omar Narvaez on a strikeout allowed two runs to cross the plate, but most of the damage against him in this outing was the result of poor pitching. Gonzales struggled to keep the ball out of the air all night, inducing only one groundout and giving up a two-run bomb to Nomar Mazara and a two-run double to Hunter Pence. After starting the season 5-0, Gonzales has now lost five consecutive decisions in a six-game span in which he has given up 18 earned runs in 27.2 innings. He'll try to right the ship when he faces the Angels on Sunday in his next start.
Gonzales (5-4) allowed two runs (one earned) on seven hits and one walk while striking out three across seven innings to take the loss Wednesday against the Rangers.
Gonzales allowed a solo home run to Hunter Pence in the sixth inning to account for his only earned run of the game. While he wasn't dominant in terms of strikeouts, Gonzalez controlled the zone well by beginning 19 of the 27 batters he faced with a strike and finding the zone with 58 of his 81 total pitches. After he failed to complete more than five innings in three of his prior four starts, this long outing was needed for Gonzales. He'll look to build off this performance in his next start, which is currently scheduled for Tuesday against Texas.
Gonzales (5-3) took the loss in Friday's 7-1 loss to the Twins, allowing six runs -- five earned -- on eight hits and two walks over five innings. He struck out three batters.
Gonzales did not have his best stuff Friday, as he allowed 10 baserunners for the third time in 11 starts this year. The left-hander's ERA rose to 3.65 in the loss, and he also has a 1.35 WHIP with 45 strikeouts in 61.2 innings this season. Gonzales is scheduled to face the Rangers on Wednesday.
Gonzales (5-2) allowed four runs (two earned) on four hits with three strikeouts and three walks during a loss to the Red Sox on Sunday.
The Red Sox scored two runs against Gonzales on a passed ball and an error in the outfield, but the Mariners were already trailing when they committed those two mistakes. Poor defense and bad run support have summarized Gonzales' last three outings since he started 5-0. In his last three starts, he is 0-2 and has allowed five unearned runs. Overall, Gonzales is 5-2 with a 3.18 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 42 strikeouts in 56.2 innings this season. He is scheduled to start next at home against the Twins on Saturday.
Gonzales allowed one run on three hits with three strikeouts and one walk across six innings in a no-decision against the Yankees on Tuesday.
The 27-year-old certainly pitched well enough to win and was in line for a victory when he departed, but the Mariners' bullpen blew a three-run lead. If he had won, Gonzales would have moved into a tie for the American League lead in wins. As it is, he's 5-1 with a 3.08 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 39 strikeouts in 52.2 innings this year. Gonzales will again look for his sixth win in his next start at the Red Sox on Sunday.
Gonzales (5-1) took the loss against the Cubs on Wednesday by giving up six runs (three earned) on five hits over only 1.2 innings. He struck out two and walked three.
Gonzales fired a scoreless first frame but fell apart during the second inning as the Cubs scored six runs and sent 12 batters to the plate. An error from Domingo Santana in the outfield certainly didn't help, but Gonzales clearly didn't have his best command Wednesday as he issued a season-high three walks in the short start. The 27-year-old has a 3.28 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 36:12 K:BB through 46.2 innings, and will look for a rebound performance next week at Yankee Stadium.
Gonzales (5-0) picked up the win against the Rangers on Thursday, scattering six hits and no runs over seven strong innings, striking out nine with no walks in the Mariners' 14-2 victory.
It was a gem from the 27-year-old left-hander, who cruised to his fifth straight winning decision on a day in which he also got a monster effort from his offense. The Mariners needed Gonzales to pitch like an upper-tier starter this season, and so far he's delivering, as he's supporting the perfect record with a 2.80 ERA, a 1.20 WHIP and a 34:9 K:BB through 45 innings.
Gonzales allowed three runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out six over seven innings in a no-decision against the Angels on Friday.
Manager Scott Servais left Gonzales in to begin the eighth and it didn't take long for that decision to backfire; Gonzales allowed a single and then a game-tying homer to Mike Trout before being pulled. That long ball was the first Gonzales had allowed since he gave up two in his first start back on March 20 in Japan. While Gonzales is not a dominant strikeout pitcher, he's done a good job of limiting walks and suppressing homers since the start of last year. The Mariners figure to use Monday's off-day to go without a fifth starter this time through the rotation, and if that is indeed the route they go, Gonzales will next start Wednesday in San Diego.
Gonzales gave up two runs on five hits with two walks while striking out three through 5.1 innings in a no-decision against the Astros on Sunday.
Gonzales held the Astros without a run until the sixth inning when Michael Brantley came through with a two-run single. Even though he only struck out three batters, the 27-year-old induced 17 swinging strikes in only 5.1 innings. The left-hander has a 4-0 record and a 3.19 ERA through five starts. Gonzales gets his next start Friday at Angels Stadium of Anaheim.
Gonzales (4-0) allowed three runs (two earned) on six hits and two walks while striking out five across six innings to earn the win Tuesday against the Royals.
Gonzales allowed runs in the first and third innings before settling in to record his third quality start of the season. After two decent but unspectacular outings to begin the campaign, Gonzales has combined to allow three earned runs across his last 14.1 innings of work. Though he's notched only 16 strikeouts in 25.2 frames, he has allowed only two home runs, both of which came in his first start in Japan.
Gonzales (3-0) picked up the win Tuesday, allowing one run on four hits and a walk over 8.1 innings while striking out three in a 2-1 victory over the Angels.
The southpaw threw 100 pitches (70 strikes) in the outing, but after giving up a one-out walk and single in the ninth inning, Gonzales gave way to Anthony Swarzak and was denied a shot at his second career complete game. Gonzales will look to keep his win streak going Tuesday in Kansas City.
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