Senzatela was optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque on Sunday.
Senzatela was hit hard in his start Saturday against the Yankees, allowing six runs on seven hits across just 1.1 innings. That continued a rough stretch for him, as the effort marked his third consecutive start allowing six or more earned runs. Jeff Hoffman was recalled in a series of transactions made by the team, and he figures to slot into Senzatela's rotation spot.
Senzatela (8-7) allowed six runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out one over 1.1 innings in a loss to the Yankees on Saturday.
He doesn't even have any Yankee Stadium gift homers to blame -- New York went double, single, single, strikeout, walk, walk, single, double against Senzatela to begin the second inning. The 24-year-old still has a winning record, but Senzatela has given up 21 runs in his last three starts (11 innings) to inflate his ERA to 6.29. Colorado could turn to Chi Chi Gonzalez the next turn through the rotation.
Senzatela (8-6) allowed eight runs on seven hits with two walks and four strikeouts across 5.1 innings while earning a victory against the Reds on Sunday.
It's not often that a starting pitcher can give up eight runs and earn the win, but that's the kind of baseball they've been playing at Coors Field the last couple days. The Rockies and Reds combined to score 45 runs in the final two games of the weekend series. Unfortunately, it's been all too common for Senzatela to give up his fair share of runs this season. This was his fifth outing of the year where he allowed at least seven runs, and yet Senzatela has a winning record. His other numbers, though, are ugly -- 5.79 ERA, 1.65 WHIP and 52 strikeouts with 43 walks in 91.2 innings this season. Senzatela is scheduled to pitch again Friday at the Yankees.
Senzatela (7-6) was charged with the loss Friday against the Diamondbacks after surrendering seven runs on seven hits and two walks with one strikeout over 4.1 innings.
Senzatela held the Diamondbacks scoreless until the fourth inning, when he gave up two-out, two-run home run to Christian Walker. The fifth inning got even uglier. It was a disappointing outing for Senzatela, who lasted seven innings and allowed only one run in his last start against Arizona. The 24-year-old now owns a 5.32 ERA, 1.64 WHIP and 48:41 K:BB over 16 appearances.
Senzatela (7-5) earned the win Friday, allowing five runs (two earned) on seven hits and five walks in five innings. He struck out two in the 13-9 victory over the Dodgers.
Five days after taking a no-decision in Chavez Ravine, Senzatela got a better result with a messier process, although his ERA actually dipped to 4.83 as all three runs against him in the first inning were unearned. The right-hander has a 47:39 K:BB over 82 innings this season. He's expected to start on the road against the Diamondbacks next Friday. Senzatela has allowed only four runs in 19 innings over his last three road starts, including a one-run outing versus the D'backs on June 18.
Senzatela tossed 6.2 innings against the Dodgers on Sunday and allowed two runs on five hits but did not factor into the decision. He walked one batter and struck out five.
Senzatela breezed through six scoreless innings but ran into trouble in the seventh, when he allowed back-to-back hits with one out. Still in line for a victory, he then handed the ball over to Chad Bettis, who promptly served up a homer to Chris Taylor on his first pitch to put the Dodgers in the lead. Nonetheless, the strong outing earned Senzatela another quality start -- the fifth in his last six appearances. The 24-year-old has been mostly boom or bust this season, posting a 6-2 record and 2.91 ERA over 65 innings in 11 of his starts but imploding for an 0-3 record and 15.00 ERA over 12 innings in the other three. If he can learn to avoid the blowups and improve upon an ugly 45:34 K:BB, Senzatela may live up to the potential that made him the 2015 Class A California League Pitcher of the Year. He'll face the Dodgers again -- this time at home -- Friday in his next scheduled start.
Senzatela moved to 6-5 after limiting the Diamondbacks to one run on seven hits and four walks while striking out five over 6.2 innings in Tuesday's 8-1 win.
Senzatela rebounded a rough outing against the Cubs last week at Coors Field to deliver his fourth quality start in five outings. Though he sports a 3.45 ERA over that stretch, his 15:13 K:BB in 28.2 innings doesn't inspire much confidence about his fantasy prospects moving forward.
Senzatela (5-5) allowed eight runs (six earned) on eight hits and four walks while striking out two across four innings to take the loss Wednesday against the Cubs.
Senzatela surrendered five runs in the second frame, capped by a three-run homer by Kyle Schwarber. While he worked out of danger for the majority of the remainder of his outing, he still allowed multiple baserunners in three of the five innings he pitched. Across 64 innings this season, Senzatela now has a 5.48 ERA and 1.63 WHIP. While Coors Field doesn't help his cause, Senzatela has a 4.70 ERA on the road across 30.2 innings, racking up a 14:16 K:BB ratio in the process. His next start is set to come at Arizona on Tuesday.
Senzatela (5-4) picked up the win Friday, allowing one run on four hits and two walks over six innings in a 5-1 victory over the Mets. He failed to strike out a batter.
It wasn't a dominant performance, but the Mets couldn't generate much hard contact off Senzatela aside from Michael Conforto's sixth-inning solo shot. It's his third straight quality start and fifth of the season, and the right-hander will take a 4.95 ERA and 33:25 K:BB through 60 innings into his next outing Wednesday, at home against the Cubs.
Senzatela will start Friday against the Mets, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.
Senzatela was originally scheduled to start Saturday against the Mets, but he'll instead start Friday's series opener in order to allow Jon Gray an extra day to recover from a blister issue. The right-hander last pitched Sunday against the Blue Jays, so he'll be on his normal amount of rest for Friday's start.
Senzatela (4-4) yielded one run on three walks and four hits across six innings Sunday, striking out four and earning the win over Toronto.
Senzatela had taken a loss in two of his last three outings, last earning a win on May 12. He allowed a run in the first inning but settled in to keep Toronto quiet for the rest of the afternoon. The righty lowered his ERA to 5.33 in 54 innings, though it's a bit misleading; Senzatela allowed seven or more runs in two starts this year but has registered a 3.33 ERA in his other eight starts after Sunday's outing. He'll look to get over .500 against the Mets in New York on Saturday.
Senzatela gave up two runs on nine hits and two walks while striking out two over six innings Tuesday against the Diamondbacks. He received a no-decision in Colorado's 6-2 win.
This was one of his better starts this season, but he still allowed nine or more baserunners for the fourth time in his last five outings. Senzatela has a 5.81 ERA and 1.65 WHIP through 48 innings. The right-hander carries a 3-4 record into his next scheduled start versus the Blue Jays on Sunday.
Senzatela (3-4) allowed eight runs on nine hits and three walks across 3.1 innings to take the loss Thursday against the Pirates. He struck one two.
Senzatela got off to a dreadful start, allowing four runs in the inning before he was touched up for three more in the third. He came back out for the fourth but recorded just one out as he allowed two hits and a run before he was lifted. Senzatela showed signs of promise over his last two starts, but this poor showing bloated his ERA back up to 6.21 ahead of next week's start against the Diamondbacks.
Senzatela (3-3) was hit with the loss against the Phillies on Saturday, giving up two runs (one earned) on five hits over five innings. He struck out out two and walked four in the 2-1 defeat.
Senzatela did a good job limiting the damage despite issuing four walks, but he was ultimately outdueled by Aaron Nola and given his third loss of the season. The right-hander now sports a 4.89 ERA and a 1.45 WHIP with 25 strikeouts in 38.2 innings this season.
Senzatela (3-2) picked up the win against the Padres on Sunday, giving up three earned runs on four hits over 6.2 innings, striking out seven and walking two as the Rockies won 10-7.
Senzatela was shelled for seven earned in 4.2 innings by the Giants in his last start, but he bounced back with a quality start in this contest to pick up his third win of the season. His numbers through 33.2 innings are unspectacular, as he's sporting a 5.35 ERA, a 1.40 WHIP and a 23:11 K:BB.
Senzatela lasted 4.2 innings and took the loss Tuesday against the Giants after giving up seven runs on eight hits and a walk while striking out three.
Aside from ceding an Evan Longoria solo shot, Senzatela mostly skirted damage through the first three frames before things unraveled in the top of the fourth. After retiring the first two batters, Senzatela allowed the next six hitters to reach base, serving up home runs to Mac Williamson and Kevin Pillar along the way. The outing ballooned Senzatela's ERA to 5.67, but it doesn't necessarily put his rotation spot in peril with most of the Rockies' pitching staff struggling to find success. The rotation carries a collective 5.71 ERA into Wednesday's action.
Senzatela didn't factor into the decision in Wednesday's 11-4 win over the Brewers, allowing two runs on four hits and three walks over four innings while striking out two.
The right-hander got staked to a 3-0 lead before he stepped on the mound, but Senzatela wasn't efficient enough to reap the rewards of the Rockies' offensive outburst, throwing 86 pitches (46 strikes) before hitting the showers. He'll take a 4.03 ERA and 13:8 K:BB through 22.1 innings into his next start Tuesday, at home against the Giants.
Senzatela (2-1) picked up the win after surrendering three runs on seven hits and three walks while striking out four over 5.2 innings Friday against the Braves.
Senzatela fell just one out shy of a quality start, but he still pitched well enough to get the victory. He allowed one run in the first inning, another in the fourth and his third run of the contest in the sixth on a solo homer. The right-hander was finally pulled with two outs in the fifth inning after racking up 105 pitches (60 strikes). Senzatela will enter his next start with a 3.93 ERA and 1.36 WHIP with 11 strikeouts over 18.1 frames.
Senzatela (1-1) allowed four runs on seven hits with three strikeouts and one walk across six innings in a loss to the Phillies on Saturday.
The 24-year-old ran into major trouble in the fourth, giving up a bases-clearing double. That was after he gave up a run in the third as well. He pitched two more scoreless frames after that, but the damage was already done. Even still, Senzatela is off to a fairly good start with a 3.55 ERA. a 1.18 WHIP and seven strikeouts in 12.2 innings. His next outing should be on the road against the Braves on Friday.
Senzatela (1-0) earned the victory over San Diego on Monday, yielding just one run over 6.2 innings. He struck out four batters while walking one and allowing six hits, including one homer.
Senzatela wasn't in trouble during the seventh frame -- he had allowed one single in the inning -- but was likely on a pitch limit in his first MLB start of the season. He was strong all night, needing just 83 pitches to earn the win. The lone run scored off a solo shot from Franmil Reyes. Senzatela will look to grab his second win against the Phillies on Sunday.
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