Nola (12-10) got the win Tuesday against the Dodgers after allowing two runs on five hits with two walks and eight strikeouts over seven innings.
Nola has now posted quality starts in 13 of his past 17 outings while adding a fabulous 128:31 K:BB over 111 innings in that span. He fell behind 2-0 through four innings, but Nola's ability to work deep into the contest paid off when Philadelphia's four-run seventh put him in position for the victory. The 24-year-old ace next takes the mound Monday against Washington, and should be a solid option despite the tough matchup considering he's 8-2 in his last 10 home starts.
Nola (11-10) picked up the win after allowing one run on four hits and two walks while striking out 11 batters in seven innings Wednesday against the Marlins.
Nola has been sharp in a pair of starts since his six-run blowup against the Marlins at the beginning of the month; he's allowed just three earned runs and compiled a 19:4 K:BB in 12.1 innings of work. The 11 strikeouts is a career-high for the 24-year-old, and he's now struck out 167 batters in 155 innings this season to go along with his 3.60 ERA and 1.22 WHIP. He's already compiled a career-high in innings, but assuming he stays on schedule, his next start is lined up for Tuesday against the Dodgers.
Nola allowed three runs -- just two earned -- on seven hits and two walks while striking out eight batters through 5.1 innings during Thursday's loss to Washington. He didn't factor in the decision.
After turning in a sterling 10-game stretch with a 1.71 ERA and 10.3 K/9, Nola had allowed 19 runs through 23.1 innings over his past four starts for a 7.33 ERA. It's probably wise not to overreact to his recent inconsistency because the 23-year-old righty's 148 innings are well above any number he's thrown in any other season as a professional. In fact, rebounding with this strong showing against a contender should be the focus -- especially for keeper/dynasty owners. Nola projects to make his next start against the Marlins at Citizens Bank Park.
Nola (10-10) gave up six runs on 10 hits and one walk while striking out seven over five innings in a losing effort against the Marlins on Saturday.
The evening started poorly for Nola, as he gave up homers to Giancarlo Stanton and Marcell Ozuna in the first, and the extra-base hits just kept coming. His curveball wasn't sharp and the Marlins sat on his fastball. Nola was excellent in June and July, but the long season may be catching up to the 24-year-old (19 earned runs in his last four starts). Assuming he stays on schedule, Nola will face the Nationals on the road his next time out.
Nola (10-9) tossed seven one-run innings to earn the win Monday against the Braves, allowing five hits with no walks and six strikeouts.
Nola was terrific in this one, throwing 70 percent of his pitches for strikes while inducing 10 groundball outs. He allowed a run on two hits in the sixth inning, but only three men reached base during the rest of his time on the mound. This quality start came at the right time for Nola, who had allowed 12 runs across 11.1 innings en route to losses in his past two starts. He owns a tidy 3.46 ERA to go along with a 1.18 WHIP going into Saturday's start against the Marlins.
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