Nola allowed two runs on three hits and a walk over six innings in Saturday's no-decision against the Pirates. He logged five strikeouts.
It was the second consecutive quality start turned in by Nola, who registered zeroes in every inning but the third, when Kevin Newman tripled in a run and Ben Gamel followed with an RBI single. The 28-year-old Nola has been inconsistent in 2021, but he appears to be trending in the right direction heading into August, having posted 14 strikeouts against just one walk with three earned runs allowed over his last two appearances (14.2 innings). He's tentatively scheduled to face Washington on the road in his next start.
Nola (7-6) allowed one run on four hits and no walks while striking out nine in 8.2 innings to earn the win over Atlanta on Sunday.
Nola came within one strike of tossing a complete game Sunday, but he gave up a solo homer to Austin Riley in the top of the ninth and was removed from the contest afterward. However, the right-hander still returned to the win column after Ranger Suarez recorded a strikeout to end the game. Nola has alternated wins and losses in his last four starts, and he's recorded a 5.84 ERA and 33:2 K:BB in 24.2 innings during that time. He tentatively lines up to make his next start on the road against Pittsburgh on Friday.
Nola (6-6) was tagged with the loss Tuesday against the Yankees after allowing four runs on seven hits and a walk while fanning five across 5.1 innings.
Nola was activated from the COVID-19 list ahead of this game but was far from effective, as he threw 101 pitches (55 strikes) and couldn't even complete six innings. His recent numbers have not been encouraging, either, as he has given up at least four runs in each of his last three starts. He owns an inflated 6.10 ERA across eight outings dating back to the beginning of June and will aim to bounce back in his next start, which is scheduled to occur Sunday against Atlanta.
Nola was activated from the COVID-19 injured list as expected ahead of his scheduled start Tuesday against the Yankees.
Nola was supposed to start the final game of the first half but was scratched due to contact tracing. He'll wind up getting an unplanned two-week break but shouldn't be facing significant restrictions, given that he didn't test positive for the virus himself. He'll look to find some consistency at the start of the second half after an up-and-down five-start run prior to the break that saw him strike out eight or more batters four times but also allow six or more runs twice.
Nola will return from the COVID-19 injured list to start Tuesday against the Yankees, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.
Nola was scratched from his scheduled start on the final day of the first half due to contact tracing. He never tested positive for the virus himself, however, so his performance shouldn't be significantly impacted going forward.
Nola was placed on the COVID-19 injured list Sunday as a result of contact tracing, Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Nola was scratched from his start Sunday but has not tested positive for COVID-19. Assuming he continues to test negative and is able to pass through the league's health and safety protocols, he could return shortly after the All-Star break.
Nola will not start Sunday's game against Boston and will be placed on the COVID-19 injured list, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports.
Nola was slated to make his final start before the All-Star break but is among a number of Phillies who have been affected by COVID-19 protocols. It's unclear when Nola may be able to return, or whether his absence is caused by a positive test or contact-tracing protocol.
Nola (6-5) allowed four runs on six hits and a walk with eight strikeouts in six innings, earning the win over the Cubs on Tuesday.
Nola wasn't his sharpest Tuesday, allowing a three-run rally in the third inning and a solo home run to Javier Baez in the sixth. The right-hander benefited from a big performance from Philadelphia's offense, which was especially helpful since the bullpen gave quite a bit of an 11-run lead back. Nola has given up four or more runs in four of his last six outings, and he's surrendered 21 runs in 31 innings in that span. For the season, he has a 4.53 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 126:23 K:BB through 101.1 innings. He lines up for one more start before the All-Star break, which will likely come during this weekend's series in Boston.
Nola (5-5) took the loss Wednesday against the Marlins, surrendering seven runs on nine hits over 4.2 innings. He struck out 11 without walking a batter.
The right-hander seemed to have things well in hand as the Phillies took a 5-2 lead into the fifth inning, but things fell apart for Nola after he was charged with a one-out balk that sent Magneuris Sierra to second base. Even so, three of the runs on Nola's ledger scored after he'd exited the game. It's the second time in his last three outings he's coughed up at least six runs, sending his ERA soaring to 4.44, but his 118:22 K:BB through 95.1 innings on the year -- including a 23:1 mark in his last two starts -- remains impressive.
Nola allowed two hits and a walk while striking out 12 in 5.1 scoreless innings during Friday's loss to the Mets in the first game of Friday's doubleheader. He didn't factor into the decision.
Nola hit the leadoff batter and gave up a double to begin Friday's matinee, but he struck out the next 10 batters he faced, which matched Tom Seaver's 51-year-old major-league record, Sarah Langs of MLB.com reports. While the right-hander drove in the Phillies' lone run with a double of his own in the top of the fifth inning, the Mets responded later in the game and won in extra innings. Although Nola gave up six runs in 2.1 innings during his last start, he's now had two scoreless appearances in his last three outings. The 28-year-old tentatively lines up to make his next start at home against the Marlins on Wednesday.
Nola didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 13-6 win over the Giants, coughing up six runs on six hits and three walks over 2.1 innings. He struck out only one.
Mike Yastrzemski and Brandon Belt both took Nola deep in the worst outing of the year for the right-hander, but the Phillies' offense did more than enough damage to get him off the hook. Nola will carry a 4.22 ERA and 95:21 K:BB through 85.1 innings into his next start.
Nola (5-4) allowed three hits and one walk while striking out nine in 7.2 scoreless innings to earn the win against the Yankees on Sunday.
Nola had given up at least three runs in each of his last two starts, but he returned to form Sunday with his first scoreless outing in nearly two months. The right-hander didn't allow more than one baserunner in any inning against the Yankees and has now earned wins in two of his last three appearances. He's posted a 3.69 ERA and 1.14 WHIP in 83 innings across 14 starts this year. Nola tentatively lines up to make his next start on the road against San Francisco on Saturday.
Nola surrendered four runs on seven hits and two walks over five innings during Tuesday's 9-5 loss to Atlanta. He had seven strikeouts and didn't factor in the decision.
The 28-year-old generated 15 swings-and-misses and threw 62 of 89 pitches for strikes Tuesday, but he served up two homers and struggled to keep Atlanta off the basepaths. Nola has a 4.06 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 85:17 K:BB across 75.1 innings this season.
Nola (4-4) earned the win Tuesday against the Reds after allowing three runs on eight hits and two walks while fanning two across five innings.
Nola didn't have major problems earning his fourth win of the season, but things could've easily gone differently for him, as he didn't miss many bats and the eight hits were his second-highest total of the season. In fact, he's given up at least seven hits in three of his last four starts while allowing at least three runs three times during that stretch, so Nola's not quite pitching at his best. The right-hander is scheduled to start again during next week's home series against Atlanta.
Nola allowed a run on two hits and three walks with six strikeouts across six innings in the Phillies' 4-2 win over the Marlins on Wednesday. He did not factor in the decision.
Nola pitched well enough to win, but Miami's eighth-inning rally against reliever Sam Coonrod denied Philadelphia's ace a decision. The right-handed starter has a 3.72 ERA, 1.10 WHIP and 76:13 K:BB across 65.1 innings. The three walks he issued Wednesday marked a season high and he's now gone four starts without a win, a streak he'll look to end next week in Cincinnati.
Nola (3-4) took the loss Friday against the Red Sox after allowing five runs (four earned) on seven hits and a walk while fanning nine across five innings.
Nola's nine strikeouts were just one away from tying his season-best mark in that department, but he's also allowed at least three earned runs in three straight outings while losing in each one of those appearances. The star right-hander will try to bounce back in his next start, scheduled for next week on the road against the Marlins.
Nola (3-3) allowed three earned runs on nine hits and one walk while striking out eight across 6.2 innings, taking the loss to the Blue Jays on Saturday.
Nola allowed a two-out home run to Vladimir Guerrero in the first inning. All three runs came in the first two innings before Nola settled in. The 28-year-old has 3.64 ERA and 10.1 K/9 in 54.1 innings. It's not Nola's greatest start to a season, but he's still keeping the Phillies in every game he starts. He's doing a great job limiting free passes with a 1.5 BB/9. His next start is scheduled for Friday against the Red Sox.
Nola (3-2) allowed five earned runs on five hits and one walk while striking out four across four innings to record the loss Sunday against Atlanta.
Nola struggled early against Atlanta, throwing 39 of 58 pitches for strikes. He allowed a home run to Dansby Swanson to cap an ugly four-run first inning and later gave up a long ball to Freddie Freeman. Nola now has a 3.59 ERA with a 53:8 K:BB across 47.2 innings. He'll likely make his next start during the Phillies' weekend set in Florida against Toronto.
Nola (3-1) allowed one earned run on five hits and two walks while striking out 10 across six innings to earn the win Tuesday against the Brewers.
Nola allowed hits to two of the first three batters he faced, accounting for the only earned run against him. He settled in quickly thereafter and racked up his second double-digit-strikeout performance of the season. Nola has delivered as expected through seven outings, maintaining a 2.89 ERA with a 49:7 K:BB across 43.2 innings. He's projected to take his next turn through the rotation Sunday at Atlanta.
Nola allowed three runs on four hits and a walk while striking out seven over six innings in a no-decision against the Cardinals on Thursday.
All three runs against Nola scored on one swing of the bat from Matt Carpenter. Nola had beaten the Cardinals back on April 18 in a 10-strikeout shutout, and while he couldn't get the win this time around, it was another quality effort. The right-hander now has a stellar 39:5 K:BB over 37.2 innings this season, supporting his 3.11 ERA. Nola tentatively lines up for two starts next week with the Phillies slated to play seven games.
|Last 7 Games|
|07/31||@ PIT||L 2-3||6.0||3||2||1||5|
|07/29||vs WAS||W 11-8||0||0||0|
|07/25||vs ATL||W 2-1||1||8.2||4||1||0||9|
|07/20||@ NYY||L 4-6||1||5.1||7||4||1||5|
|07/06||@ CHC||W 15-10||1||6.0||6||4||1||8|
|06/30||vs MIA||L 6-11||1||4.2||9||7||0||11|
|06/25||@ NYM||L 1-2||5.1||2||0||1||12|
|More Pitching Stats|
|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2014||AA-Reading Fightin Phil||24.0||5||5||0||2||0||0||15||5||25||2.62||1.250|
|2015||AAA-Lehigh Valley Ironpi||32.2||6||6||0||3||1||0||33||9||38||3.63||1.460|
|2015||AA-Reading Fightin Phil||76.2||12||12||0||7||3||0||59||9||59||1.89||0.892|
|2017||AAA-Lehigh Valley IronPi||10.1||2||2||0||1||0||0||10||1||6||0.89||0.693|