Urias did not factor into the decision during Thursday's win over the Rockies, allowing two runs on three hits while striking out two across 5.1 innings.
Overall it was a solid performance for Urias at Coors Field. After giving up a pair of runs in the first inning, the southpaw settled into a steady groove, quieting Colorado's bats the rest of the way. Urias left the game with the score tied, 2-2, so he was not credited with the win. The 24-year-old will bring a 3.49 ERA and 1.20 WHIP into Wednesday's contest against Oakland.
Urias pitched six innings against the Astros on Saturday, allowing one run on three hits and four walks while striking out three. He did not factor in the decision.
Urias was wild in the outing, walking a season-high four, but he was otherwise excellent, yielding only three hits and limiting Houston to a single run. The quality start was the left-hander's third of the season and the second in his last three outings. He departed in line for a win but had to settle for a no-decision after Houston staged an improbable comeback in the ninth inning. Urias will carry a 3.53 ERA and 1.29 WHIP into his next start, currently scheduled for Thursday at Colorado.
Urias will start Saturday's game against the Astros, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports.
The southpaw is coming off a shaky outing in which he allowed four runs over 4.1 innings against the Rockies, so he will certainly be looking to work deeper into the game Saturday against Houston. The 24-year-old is 3-0 with a 3.86 ERA to go along with 35 strikeouts on the campaign.
Urias yielded four runs on five hits and two walks while striking out six over 4.1 innings in a no-decision Sunday versus the Rockies.
Urias gave up a two-run homer to Josh Fuentes in the second inning, and then he got into trouble in the fifth before Dylan Floro replaced him. It was a rare misstep for Urias this season, who has a 3.86 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 35:12 K:BB across 37.1 innings. The 24-year-old is expected to start next Sunday versus the Astros.
Urias (3-0) allowed one run on four hits and struck out five over six innings in a win over the Diamondbacks on Tuesday.
The only damage on Urias' line was a solo home run by Carson Kelly in the third inning. The other three hits he allowed were singles. Tuesday also marked the second time in seven starts Urias didn't walk a batter. The 24-year-old southpaw has a 3.27 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 29 strikeouts through 33 innings this season. He lines up for a home start versus the Rockies on Sunday.
Urias will start Tuesday against the Diamondbacks rather than Sunday against the Rangers, Alanna Rizzo of Spectrum SportsNet LA reports.
Urias was scheduled to start Sunday's series finale against Texas, but the Dodgers have decided to go with Tony Gonsolin on Sunday instead. Urias will open the series against Arizona when the Dodgers return home Tuesday.
Urias didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's contest between the Dodgers and the Giants. He allowed four runs on six hits and three walks while fanning six across four innings.
Urias has not completed five innings in three of his last four starts, displaying the same struggles to pitch deep into games he's often demonstrated throughout his career thus far. He posted season-high marks for hits, earned runs and walks allowed in this game, although he also fanned a season-best six hitters. Urias' next start is scheduled for Aug. 30 at Texas.
Urias did not factor into the decision during Wednesday's loss to the Mariners, allowing one run on four hits and a walk while striking out five across 1.2 innings.
After pitching into the seventh inning during his last start against the Padres, Urias failed to provide the same length for the Dodgers on Wednesday. The southpaw needed 34 pitches to get through the first inning, though he did punch out five of his 10 batters faced. After another 18 pitches into the second frame, Urias was replaced with reliever Dennis Santana. The 24-year-old, who owns a 2.74 ERA and 1.26 WHIP, will look to iron out his efficiency Tuesday at San Francisco.
Urias (2-0) earned the win against San Diego on Thursday, pitching 6.1 innings and allowing two runs on five hits while striking out three. He did not issue any walks.
Urias got off to a shaky start in the contest, allowing a pair of first-inning solo home runs. However, he settled in the rest of the way, holding San Diego scoreless while the Dodgers' offense provided plenty of support and helped him cruise to his second win. Urias succeeded by tossing first-pitch strikes to 17 of the 24 batters he faced and throwing 57 of 86 pitches for strikes overall. The southpaw sports a 2.53 ERA and 1.13 WHIP through his first four starts and has not yielded more than two runs in any outing thus far. He'll try to continue his success when he heads to Seattle take on the Mariners on Wednesday in his next scheduled start.
Urias' next turn in the rotation will come Thursday against the Padres, Alanna Rizzo of Spectrum SportsNet LA reports.
Urias was originally projected to start Wednesday, but manager Dave Roberts ultimately decided to give his rotation an extra day of rest amidst a stretch of 17 consecutive games without an off day. Tony Gonsolin will be recalled from the team's alternate training site to make the start Wednesday.
Urias did not factor into the decision during Friday's win over the Giants, allowing one run on three hits and two walks while striking out two across four innings.
The 23-year-old had some early command issues, walking his lead-off batter and throwing his first six pitches for balls. Luckily, he straightened things out and was able to hold the Giants to just one run on an RBI single to Donovan Solano in the third inning. The southpaw needed 78 pitches to get through four frames, which halted his outing early. He'll look to defend a solid 2.40 ERA on Wednesday against the Padres.
Urias (1-0) allowed two runs on five hits and a walk while striking out five in six innings to earn the win Saturday versus the Diamondbacks.
Only a pair of RBI singles could tarnish an otherwise sparkling outing from Urias. The Dodgers homered four times in the contest, giving their starter plenty of run support. Urias has a 2.45 ERA and 1.27 WHIP with eight strikeouts through 11 innings this season. The southpaw is expected to make a home start versus the Giants on Friday.
Urias gave up one run on five hits and three walks while striking out three over five innings in the Dodgers' 3-1 loss to the Giants on Sunday. He did not factor into the decision.
The 23-year-old lefty emerges from his 2020 debut without a win and with only three punchouts, but he had 10 swinging strikes on 78 pitches and there will certainly be better days ahead in terms of run support. With Clayton Kershaw (back) on the IL, the Dodgers will need to lean on Urias now more than ever. He lines up for a road start in Arizona next weekend.
Urias took the win in Monday's exhibition contest against Arizona, pitching five innings and allowing one run on four hits and one walk while striking out three.
Urias gave up a second-inning home run to Ildemaro Vargas but was otherwise sharp in his final tuneup before the regular season. The southpaw is penciled in as the Dodgers' No. 3 starter this season and is slated to make his first appearance of the 2020 campaign this weekend against San Francisco.
Urias was confirmed as the Dodgers' fourth starter by manager Dave Roberts on Monday, Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times reports.
While Urias will open the year in the rotation, it remains to be seen how long he'll stay there. He threw just 85.1 innings last season (including the playoffs) and just 22 and 54.2 in the two previous campaigns. The Dodgers have the rotation depth necessary to manage Urias' workload carefully, though it's safe to expect quality innings, even if the quantity is restricted. In 184 career innings at the major-league level, the young lefty owns a 3.18 ERA, a 1.28 WHIP and a 24.1 percent strikeout rate.
Urias pitched two-thirds of an inning against Cincinnati on Monday, allowing two unearned runs on a hit and a walk while striking out one.
Though the unearned runs charged to Urias were partly a result of Justin Turner's fielding error leading off the inning, the southpaw nonetheless struggled in his first Cactus League appearance of the season. That shouldn't put his status at risk, however, as manager Dave Roberts has already confirmed Urias' place in the rotation to begin the campaign.
Urias will make his first spring training appearance on the mound Monday against the Reds, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Manager Dave Robers recently confirmed that Urias will begin the season in the starting rotation. The young left-hander finished the 2019 season with a 2.49 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 85:27 K:BB across 79.2 innings (eights starts). Urias' road splits last year featured a 1.86 ERA, making it clear that the 23-year-old isn't afraid of the big moment and should fit nicely toward the bottom of a star-studded Dodgers pitching staff.
Urias is expected to begin the season as one of the Dodgers' starting pitchers, David Vassegh of AM 570 LA Sports reports.
Urias has been shuffled between the bullpen and the starting rotation over his career, but manager Dave Roberts confirmed Saturday that the 23-year-old will begin the season in the starting rotation. The southpaw posted a 2.49 ERA and 1.08 WHIP over 37 appearances (eight starts) in 2019.
Urias will not be restricted this season, Cary Osborne of Dodger Insider reports.
Urias has bounced between the bullpen and the starting rotation throughout his major-league career as he has dealt with both injuries and age-related innings limits. After compiling a 2.49 ERA in 79.2 frames last season, he has a legitimate chance to begin the campaign as one of the Dodgers' five starting pitchers. Though that may seem like a long time coming, Urias is still young by MLB standards -- he won't turn 24 until mid-August.
Urias agreed to a one-year, $1 million deal with the Dodgers on Friday, avoiding arbitration, freelance baseball writer Robert Murray reports.
This was the young southpaw's first of four years as an arbitration-eligible player. He is a popular breakout candidate now that the decks are clear for him spend the bulk of the year in the big-league rotation.
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