Beede (3-3) allowed three runs on seven hits over 6.2 innings Sunday, striking out seven and earning the win over Milwaukee.
Beede has been terrific in July, going 2-0 while striking out 11 and allowing four runs over 13.2 innings. Milwaukee managed just one run against him through five innings before Christian Yelich took him deep for a solo blast in the sixth. Beede will aim for his third straight win at home against the Mets on Thursday.
Beede was recalled from Double-A Richmond ahead of his start Sunday in Milwaukee.
Beede was sent down when the Giants did not need a fifth starter leading up to the All-Star break, but he returns to the majors for his first start of the second half. The 26-year-old has a 5.64 ERA, 1.66 WHIP and 43:28 K:BB over 44.2 innings this season, but he's allowed only three runs on eight hits in his last two outings, covering 12.1 frames.
Beede was optioned to Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday.
This move makes perfect sense, as Beede just started Tuesday. With the team off Thursday, Beede was not going to pitch again before the All-Star break. According to Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area, Beede will rejoin the Giants to start July 14 against the Brewers. In the meantime, Ray Black will be up to provide bullpen depth.
Beede (2-3) picked up the win in Tuesday's 10-4 victory over the Padres, allowing one run on four hits over seven innings while striking out four.
Aside from a Franmil Reyes solo homer in the second inning, the right-hander was in firm control all night and got more than enough run support from the Giants offense. Beede will carry a 5.64 ERA and 43:28 K:BB through 44.2 innings into the All-Star break.
Beede (1-3) was charged with the loss against the Diamondbacks on Thursday, allowing two runs on four hits and three walks while striking out three over 5.1 innings.
Beede retired 10 of his first 11 batters until David Peralta doubled and scored in the fourth to give Arizona the lead. The 26-year-old then allowed a leadoff homer to Nick Ahmed in the fourth to make the score 2-1. Unfortunately, the Giants failed to provide enough run support against Alex Young's solid debut on the mound for the Diamondbacks. On the bright side, Beede's performance was a huge improvement from his last outing against the Diamondbacks on June 22, when he gave up four runs on six hits over four innings. Even still, Beede's inconsistencies have made him a tough pitcher to trust. His struggles have left him with a 6.45 ERA, 1.86 WHIP and 39:28 K:BB over nine appearances. The right-hander will look to bounce back during a Tuesday matchup at the Padres.
Beede didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 7-4 win over the Diamondbacks, allowing four runs on six hits and three walks over four innings while striking out three.
The right-hander needed 95 pitches (56 strikes) to record 12 outs, forcing him from the game before he could qualify for the win even though the Giants already held a 5-4 lead by the third inning. Beede will take a 6.96 ERA and 36:25 K:BB through 32.1 innings into his next start Thursday, a home rematch against the D-backs.
Beede (1-2) picked up the win against the Dodgers on Monday, giving up one earned run on three hits over six innings, striking out seven and walking five as the Giants claimed a 3-2 victory.
The five free passes were the lone blemish on Beede's stat line, but he did well to work around the baserunners and exit the contest after yielding just the one earned run. It was a nice outing, but Beede has struggled overall in his 28.1 big-league innings this season, as he's still sporting a 6.67 ERA, a 1.91 WHIP and a 33:22 K:BB.
Beede pitched 4.2 innings and gave up four runs on five hits and two walks while striking out seven in a no-decision against the Padres on Tuesday.
Beede's night began with a first-pitch home run by San Diego leadoff hitter Fernando Tatis Jr. and ended with the bases loaded after a walk to Manny Machado. In between, the rookie pitched reasonably well, blanking the Padres in the second through fourth innings and racking up a career-high seven strikeouts. He'll carry an 8.06 ERA and 2.06 WHIP into his next start against the Dodgers on Monday.
Beede (0-2) took the loss Wednesday, giving up six runs (five earned) on five hits and four walks over five innings while striking out five as the Giants were downed 7-0 by the Mets.
While the right-hander had no chance at picking up a win with Jason Vargas firing a five-hit shutout for the Mets, Beede didn't do himself any favors by serving up a pair of fourth-inning homers to Amed Rosario and Michael Conforto. Beede is currently scheduled to take the mound again Tuesday, but given his 8.15 ERA and 15 walks in 17.2 innings (against 19 strikeouts), the Giants may end up considering other rotation options.
Beede allowed just one run on five hits and three walks in six innings while striking out four Thursday, but he didn't factor into the decision versus the Marlins. Beede will remain in the rotation for another start, which will likely come next week against the Mets, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic reports.
The 26-year-old impressed in his return to the rotation and will stick in the big-league rotation for at least one more turn. With the Giants lacking viable alternatives, Beede could solidify his spot as the team's fifth starter if he continues to hold his own.
The Giants recalled Beede from Triple-A Sacramento ahead of his scheduled start Thursday against the Marlins, Amy Gutierrez of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
He'll fill the fifth spot in the rotation that opened up when Andrew Suarez was demoted to Triple-A last weekend. Beede has yet to find much success in his five career appearances (three starts) in the big leagues, surrendering 18 runs (17 earned) on 23 hits and 16 walks in 14.1 innings. He at least gets a soft landing spot in his return to the big club with a matchup against Miami and its league-worst offense (71 wRC+).
Beede will be recalled from Triple-A Sacramento to start Thursday against the Marlins, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Beede spent some time with the big club earlier in the month, making three appearances (one start) and compiling a 13.50 ERA, 3.30 WHIP and 10:8 K:BB in 6.2 innings of work. At this point, it's unclear if the young righty will be given a longer leash this time around.
Beede was optioned to Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Beede made one start and a pair of relief appearances in his time with the Giants. He failed to impress, allowing 11 runs (10 earned) with an 18.6 percent walk rate over 6.2 innings. Shaun Anderson was called up for his MLB debut in a corresponding move.
Beede held the Blue Jays to one run on four hits and three walks with five strikeouts over 2.1 innings in Tuesday's 7-3 loss.
Beede was the first arm out of the bullpen following opener Nick Vincent. The 25-year-old entered the contest with a sky-high 18.69 ERA over his previous two starts, so this outing was certainly a step in the right direction. That said, seven baserunners and 61 pitches to record seven outs is not the kind of production that inspires confidence. It is unclear if Beede will get another "start" with the club's rotation in disarray, but if he does, it will come Sunday on the road against Arizona.
Beede will not start Tuesday's game against the Blue Jays as previously anticipated, though he could be deployed as a primary pitcher behind opener Nick Vincent, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Vincent hasn't exceeded three innings or 49 pitches in any outing this season, so the Giants should have plenty of frames left to fill once the right-hander departs. While Beede should be able to work as long as needed after having not pitched in any of the previous four days, it's not necessarily a lock that he'll work as a bulk reliever. The Giants recently moved another starter to the bullpen in Derek Holland, who will also be available to handle multiple innings if called upon. The lack of certainty regarding Beede's workload this week may make it difficult to justify keeping him in fantasy lineups.
Beede will start Tuesday's game against the Blue Jays, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Beede had an ugly recent outing as a spot starter -- eight runs (seven earned) allowed over 2.1 innings -- as he filled in for Derek Holland, but he'll get another chance Tuesday with Holland moving to the bullpen. The 25-year-old returned to the majors Thursday to serve in a long-relief role, but he quickly made his way back into the rotation. It's not currently clear if Beede is expected to receive multiple starts, but a good outing Tuesday would certainly help his standing after his first outing.
The Giants recalled Beede from Triple-A Sacramento on Thursday.
Prior to Derek Holland's (finger) return from the 10-day injured list this week, Beede was shipped out to Sacramento after making one spot start in Holland's stead. It was a disastrous debut outing for Beede, who lasted just 2.1 innings while giving up seven runs on seven hits and two walks to the Reds. With the Giants having now shifted another member of their rotation in Drew Pomeranz (lat) to the IL, Beede will get another shot at redemption in the big leagues, though he'll be limited to a long-relief role initially, according to Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area. The Giants can get by with four starters until at least May 21, so Beede may not enter the rotation unless Pomeranz's absence extends past that date.
Beede was optioned to Triple-A Sacramento on Saturday, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic reports.
Beede gave up eight runs over 2.1 innings during Friday's spot start but won't be needed for another turn through the rotation with Derek Holland (finger) set to spend the minimum on the injured list. The 25-year-old will hope to pick up where he left off at Sacramento, where he posted a 1.99 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 34:10 K:BB across 22.2 innings.
Beede allowed eight runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out three over 2.1 innings in a no-decision against the Reds on Friday.
The right-hander had been on an impressive run at Triple-A Sacramento but could not carry that momentum in his first major-league start of 2019 (third career). While he looked decent at times -- Beede was sitting mid-90s with his fastball early on and induced quite a few empty swings; he made several mistakes, and Derek Dietrich made him pay with a pair of long balls. Incredibly, the Giants rallied and won the game in extras. Beede may get another start with Derek Holland (finger) on the injured list, but he would line up to pitch in Colorado next week, and that matchup takes him out of the conversation in most leagues.
Beede was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento for his scheduled start Friday against Cincinnati.
The length of Beede's stay on the roster could depend on how quickly Derek Holland can return from his finger injury. Beede fared poorly in two starts for the Giants in 2018, lasting a combined 7.2 innings while allowing seven runs. He's been far better in five starts for Sacramento this year, posting a 1.99 ERA and a 37.4 percent strikeout rate. Erik Kratz (hamstring) landed on the 10-day injured list in a corresponding move.
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