DeSclafani (5-5) was hit with the loss after giving up two runs (one earned) on four hits while striking out 11 over six innings Sunday against the Cardinals.
DeSclafani gave up a pair of runs in the second inning, and that was all the Cardinals would need to come away with a win in the series finale. The 29-year-old right-hander has been solid of late, allowing just six earned runs over his last four outings (23.2 innings).
DeSclafani didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 4-3 extra-inning loss to the Cubs, giving up three runs on four hits and a walk over 5.2 innings while striking out four.
While the right-hander was stingy with the hits, two of the Cubs' knocks left the yard -- including a solo shot by Kris Bryant in the sixth inning that tied the score at 3-3 and chased DeSclafani from the game one out shy of his third straight quality start. He'll take a 4.29 ERA and 94:27 K:BB through 92.1 innings into his next outing Sunday, at home against the Cardinals.
DeSclafani gave up two runs on seven hits and two walks over six innings during Saturday's 7-2 loss to the Indians. He struck out six and did not factor in the decision.
Francisco Lindor provided Cleveland's only offense against DeSclafani, as he hit a pair of solo home runs to right field. The 29-year-old finished the first half on a strong note Saturday and has a 4.26 ERA, 1.35 WHIP and 90:26 K:BB through 86.2 innings.
DeSclafani (5-4) struck out seven and gave up five hits and one walk over six scoreless innings to take the win over the Cubs on Sunday.
DeSclafani forced 11 swinging strikes and was efficient, throwing only 73 pitches through six innings. The right-hander allowed one or fewer runs in four of his five starts in June. The Reds do not let him face a lineup for a third time, which limits his upside, but it could be an explanation for his recent effectiveness. DeSclafani will look to keep rolling in his next start Saturday against the Indians at Great American Ball Park.
DeSclafani (4-4) gave up six runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out nine through 4.1 innings to take the loss against the Brewers on Sunday.
DeSclafani struck out his season high batter count but yielded his highest run and hit totals of the season. The 29-year-old struck out the first six batters of the game and appeared to be on his way to a spectacular performance before a disastrous five-run third inning derailed his outing. The right-hander has a 4-4 record with a 4.70 ERA through 15 starts on the campaign. DeSclafani will look to get better results in his next start Sunday against the Cubs at Great American Ball Park.
DeSclafani (4-3) earned the win Tuesday at Houston with one run allowed on six hits over 5.1 innings. He struck out four and walked one.
DeSclafani kept the Astros off the board until the sixth inning when he gave up back-to-back doubles, which spelled the end of his evening. The 29-year-old hasn't completed six frames since early May but has still pitched well lately with at least five innings and one run allowed in each of his last three starts. DeSclafani will look to keep that streak going Sunday at Milwaukee.
DeSclafani (3-3) allowed one run on four hits and two walks across 5.2 innings to earn a victory against the Indians on Wednesday. He struck out two.
Keeping the ball in the park the last two outings has done wonders for DeSclafani. He has yielded just three runs in his last 10.2 innings (2.53 ERA), and during those two starts, he's permitted zero homers. Over his previous five appearances, DeSclafani allowed nine homers and posted a 6.94 ERA. He's still not pitching very deep into games, but owners are undoubtedly pleased with his last pair of outings. Overall, the 29-year-old is 3-3 with a 4.43 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 64 strikeouts in 65 innings. DeSclafani is scheduled to face the Astros at home next Tuesday.
DeSclafani allowed one run on six hits and a walk while striking out seven over five innings Thursday in a no-decision against the Cardinals.
DeSclafani gave up his lone run in the third inning, but his offense didn't give him enough run support to come away with the win. The right-hander had surrendered three or more runs in each of his last five outings, so Thursday's outing was certainly a step in the right direction. He's posted a 4.70 ERA and 1.35 WHIP with 62 strikeouts over 59.1 frames.
DeSclafani won't make his scheduled start at St. Louis on Wednesday after the game was postponed due to inclement weather, Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com reports.
DeSclafani will simply receive an additional day of rest and will start in Thursday's series finale versus the Cardinals.
DeSclafani (2-3) allowed three runs on eight hits with three strikeouts and one walk across 5.2 innings while taking a loss against the Pirates on Wednesday.
The 29-year-old allowed a home run for the fifth straight outing, and he also yielded eight hits, which tied a season high. With that in mind, he was probably fortunate to only allow three runs. DeSclafani still took the loss, falling to 2-3 with a 4.97 ERA this season. He also has a 1.34 WHIP and 55 strikeouts in 54.1 innings. DeSclafani will make his next start Wednesday at St. Louis.
DeSclafani allowed four runs on five hits with two strikeouts and three walks across 3.2 innings during a no-decision against the Cubs on Friday.
The Reds offense came back to bail out DeSclafani this time, but he yielded three home runs for the second straight start. He's allowed 13 homers in his last nine outings, and during that span, the right-hander has posted a 5.40 ERA. Unfortunately, there aren't many signs indicating this home run barrage could end anytime soon. DeSclafani's flyball rate is near 50 percent, and his HR/FB is only a tick higher than last season (20.0 percent). Overall, he is 2-2 with a 4.99 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 52 strikeouts in 48.2 innings. He is scheduled to make his next start Tuesday against the Pirates.
DeSclafani (2-2) allowed four runs on six hits with four strikeouts and no walks across four innings while taking a loss against the Dodgers on Friday.
All of the runs DeSclafani yielded came off three home runs. Long balls have been an issue for the right-hander since the beginning of 2018, as he's posted a 1.9 HR/9. While DeSclafani's ERA (4.60) is better than it was a year ago (4.93), his HR/9 is a little worse (2.0 versus 1.9) and his FIP is virtually the same (4.84 versus 4.83). That doesn't seem to bode well for DeSclafani even maintaining an ERA of about 4.50. He is also 2-2 with a 1.24 WHIP and 50 strikeouts in 45 innings this season. DeSclafani will pitch again at the Cubs next Friday.
DeSclafani gave up four runs on eight hits, including one homer, over just four innings Saturday night against the Giants to get a no-decision, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports. "I didn't feel like he was quite as sharp tonight. He was missing a little bit in the middle of the plate with some of his pitches," manager David Bell said of DeSclafani. "Could he have gone back out and thrown two scoreless innings? Yeah, we believe in him that much. That was the decision I felt had to be made there. We had a fully rested bullpen."
The Reds' bullpen rallied to throw five scoreless innings against the Giants, and DeSclafani was let off the hook early from a loss by Eugenio Suarez's game-tying homer in the fifth inning.
DeSclafani earned his second win of the season Monday against the Giants, allowing four runs (three earned) over six innings. He struck out eight while giving up four hits and two walks.
DeSclafani now has 44 strikeouts in 37 innings this season and has tallied eight Ks in back-to-back outings. With the Reds' offense finally waking up this weekend, perhaps DeSclafani and the other starters can benefit more if they keep pitching well. This actually was a little worse than his recent form, but after the Reds jumped out to a big lead in the first inning, it was more than enough.
DeSclafani allowed three hits and a walk while striking out eight across 5.2 scoreless innings Wednesday against the Mets. He did not factor into the decision.
DeSclafani was particularly deceptive Wednesday, turning in his highest strikeout total of the season on the strength of 18 swinging strikes. Though there's little to complain about with this outing, it's worth noting that DeSclafani has gotten pulled out of games relatively early even when pitching well and he has failed to surpass the 91-pitch mark in any outing this season. That said, he's allowed only one earned run across his last 17.2 innings, striking out 20 in the process. He'll look to keep things going in his next start, likely to come at home Monday against the Giants.
DeSclafani (1-1) picked up the win in Friday's 12-1 victory over the Cardinals, tossing six scoreless innings and allowing four hits and three walks while striking out six.
The Reds didn't really pour on the offense until DeSclafani was out of the game, scoring eight runs in the final two innings, but the right-hander didn't need much run support as he cruised to his second straight quality start. He'll carry a 4.26 ERA and 28:11 K:BB through 25.1 innings into his next outing Wednesday, on the road against the Mets.
DeSclafani will start Friday's game against the Cardinals, C. Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic reports.
DeSclafani's next turn through the rotation was scheduled for Thursday against Atlanta, but the Reds have elected to push him back a day, giving Luis Castillo a crack at the Braves in the series finale.
DeSclafani allowed one run on two hits and one walk while striking out six over six innings in a no-decision against the Padres on Friday.
DeSclafani was not rewarded for his efforts with a win (and thus he remains winless on the year), but this was an encouraging outing after the right-hander was rocked for 10 earned runs over his previous two starts (8.1 innings). He did allow a homer to Fernando Tatis Jr., bringing his total allowed this season to five, but DeSclafani induced 10 swinging strikes on 80 pitches and worked around errors in the second and fifth innings. Up next is a home start against Atlanta.
DeSclafani allowed four runs on five hits and three walks in four innings during Sunday's loss to the Cardinals. He struck out three and took the no-decision.
Things got ugly from the start with DeSclafani serving up a three-run homer to Marcell Ozuna and a solo shot to Tyler O'Neill in the first inning. He settled in and the Reds later tied the game before his bullpen gave the game away. His ERA sits at a sky-high 7.43 with 16 strikeouts in 13.1 innings. DeSclafani will face San Diego on Friday.
DeSclafani (0-1) allowed six runs on seven hits with five strikeouts and one walk across 4.1 innings in a loss to the Pirates on Sunday.
A Pirates offense that has largely struggled for the first week and a half of the season tagged DeSclafani for six runs. He gave up runs in four of the five innings he took the mound and two homers. DeSclafani is 0-1 with a 6.75 ERA, 1.50 WHIP and 13 strikeouts in 9.1 innings during two starts. His next outing will probably be against the Cardinals.
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