Davies (8-2) picked up the win Thursday after holding the Diamondbacks to one run on five hits and three walks over seven innings.
Making his 100th career start, Davies turned in a solid performance against a tough Arizona lineup. The 26-year-old failed to miss bats, throwing 59 of 99 pitches for strikes with no strikeouts, but still managed to limit the damage. It was Davies' first win since June 8 as the right-hander posted at least seven innings for the fourth time this year. Davies has now allowed three runs (two earned) over 23.1 innings in his last four starts. He'll carry a 2.79 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 68:35 K:BB into a Tuesday matchup against Cincinnati.
Davies didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 5-4 win over the Giants, allowing one unearned run on two hits and two walks over six innings while striking out five.
The right-hander delivered his first quality start in over a month and seventh of the season, but Davies wasn't rewarded for his efforts as Madison Bumgarner was just as sharp for San Francisco. Davies will carry a 2.89 ERA and 68:32 K:BB through 102.2 innings into his next outing Thursday in Arizona.
Davies tossed five scoreless innings Friday, allowing four hits and one walk with four strikeouts in a no-decision against the Pirates.
The 26-year-old's domination of the Pirates continued Friday, as in four starts versus Pittsburgh this season, Davies has posted a 2.31 ERA. However, he still hasn't earned a win since June 8 because the Brewers bullpen blew a five-run lead in the ninth Friday. Davies is 7-2 with a 3.07 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and 63 strikeouts in 96.2 innings this season.
Davies struck out two and yielded one run on six hits and two walks over 5.1 innings in a no-decision against Pittsburgh on Sunday.
It was a solid outing for Davies, who had recorded a 6.20 ERA over 24.2 innings this month prior to Sunday's start. The 26-year-old coughed up a run in the first inning but kept the Pirates' bats mostly silent for the rest of the afternoon. He'll carry a 3.24 ERA into a rematch in Pittsburgh on Friday.
Davies (7-2) allowed six runs (four earned) on six hits and two walks while striking out four across four innings to take the loss Tuesday against Seattle.
Davies worked through the first two innings without incident. That changed quickly in the third frame, however, when he allowed four consecutive extra-base hits -- capped off by a two-run homer by Daniel Vogelbach. Davies has now allowed at least three earned runs while failing to work more than five innings in each of his last four starts, causing his ERA to spike from 2.20 to 3.34. The amount of contact Davies allows -- he's struck out only 57 across 86.1 innings -- makes him a volatile option. He'll try to get back on track in a positive matchup Sunday against Pittsburgh.
Davies didn't factor into the decision in Wednesday's 8-7 loss to the Padres, coughing up five runs on nine hits and three walks over 2.2 innings while striking out three.
It was the shortest outing of the season for the right-hander, while the nine hits surrendered was also a new season worst. Davies will take a 3.06 ERA and 53:25 K:BB through 82.1 innings into his next start Tuesday, at home against the Mariners.
Davies (7-1) took the loss in Friday's 5-3 defeat at the hands of the Giants, allowing three runs on six hits and a walk while striking out two over five innings.
He was done in by the long ball, with Pablo Sandoval and Kevin Pillar both taking the right-hander deep. Davies took his first loss of the season and has a 2.60 ERA and 1.26 WHIP over 79.2 innings. He's next scheduled to face the Padres on Wednesday.
Davies (7-0) allowed three runs on seven hits with three strikeouts and one walk across five innings to earn a victory against the Pirates on Saturday.
The Pirates were much more patient this time around against Davies, and as a result, Davies yielded three runs in the first three innings. He settled down in the fourth, however, and retired six of the last seven batters he faced. With the victory, Davies became the first pitcher in Brewers history to begin a season 7-0. He also has a 2.41 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 48 strikeouts in 74.2 innings. His next start will be in San Francisco next Saturday.
Davies (6-0) allowed two runs on eight hits with three strikeouts and a walk across eight innings to earn the victory against the Pirates on Sunday.
The Brewers moved Davies up in the rotation Sunday after sending Gio Gonzalez to the injured list with arm fatigue. Milwaukee really needed a long start from Davies after the 13-inning affair Saturday. Davies obviously delivered, pitching into the ninth inning. He worked around eight hits mostly by holding the Pirates to 0-for-9 with runners in scoring position. With the win, Davies improved to 6-0 with a 2.20 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and 45 strikeouts in 69.2 innings. He's set to face the Pirates again, this time at home, in his next start Saturday.
Davies will now start Sunday against the Pirates, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Davies will move up with Gio Gonzalez heading to the injured list with arm fatigue. He'll gain a two-start week this week (though the news comes far too late for fantasy owners in weekly leagues to take advantage of the information) and lose one next week.
Davies didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Twins, scattering five hits and two walks over six scoreless innings while striking out four.
Minnesota didn't get a runner past second base against the right-hander, but Davies was matched zero for zero by rookie Devin Smeltzer, and Milwaukee's bullpen faltered after Davies left the game. He now sports a 2.19 ERA and 42:19 K:BB through 61.2 innings, with four quality starts in his last five trips to the mound.
Davies allowed six runs on six hits with two strikeouts and one walk across three innings during a no-decision against the Reds on Wednesday.
The 26-year-old hadn't allowed more than two earned runs in any start this season, so this was quite a shock. Still, he avoided a loss despite spotting the Reds a five-run lead because the Brewers' offense came back to tie the game by the end of the fourth. Davies' numbers certainly took a hit, but he's still 5-0 with a 2.43 ERA, 1.24 WHIP and 38 strikeouts in 55.2 innings this season. His next start will be Tuesday against the Twins.
Davies allowed three runs (one earned) on four hits with five strikeouts and one walk across six innings to earn a victory against the Phillies on Thursday.
Jean Segura hit a solo home run in the bottom of the first, and the Phillies added two unearned runs in the third, but the Brewers responded with nine unanswered to help Davies capture his fifth victory. Because two runs were unearned, he continued his streak of allowing two or fewer earned runs in his first nine starts. He only has 36 strikeouts in 52.2 innings, but behind that streak, he is 5-0 with a 1.54 ERA and 1.18 WHIP this season. Davies is scheduled to pitch next Wednesday against the Reds.
Davies allowed one run on six hits with five strikeouts and a walk across 6.1 innings in a no-decision against the Cubs on Saturday.
The 26-year-old didn't give up back-to-back hits until the fifth inning, but that led to the Cubs tying the game. Davies worked out of a jam in the sixth to keep the score tied, and when he walked his first batter in the seventh, the bullpen came on to retire the final two hitters of the frame. Unfortunately his team didn't provide him enough run support to win, but Davies has won four of his last seven starts and has yet to lose one because he hasn't allowed more than two runs in an outing. Davies is 4-0 with a 1.54 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and 31 strikeouts in 46.1 innings. He is scheduled to pitch again against the Phillies on Thursday.
Davies (4-0) allowed two runs on six hits and a walk while striking out five over 7.2 innings Sunday in a win over the Mets.
Davies turned in yet another stellar outing, surrendering a run in the fifth and the seventh before departing with a 3-2 lead. The 26-year-old right-hander has yet to give up more than two runs in an outing this season and sports a 1.56 ERA with 26 punchouts over 40.1 frames. He'll aim to keep it rolling in his next start, a tough draw Saturday against the Cubs.
Davies (3-0) gave up no runs on three hits with three walks while striking out two through 5.1 innings to pick up the win over the Rockies on Monday.
While he walked more than he struck out in this outing, he was effective enough to only allow three hits and give the Brewers a chance to win the game. The right-hander has an uncommonly low 15.4 percent strikeout rate, but continues to out-pitch his 3.92 FIP. He has a sparkling 1.38 ERA through six starts this season. Davies will get his next start Saturday against the Mets.
Davies allowed two earned runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out four across 4.2 innings Tuesday against the Cardinals. He did not factor into the decision.
Davies wasn't hit particularly hard -- he allowed only one extra-base hit -- but the Cardinals drove up his pitch count by fouling off 19 pitches. Still the outing was far from a disaster and Davies has proven capable at run prevention early on, allowing five earned runs across 27.1 innings of work. He'll look to work deeper into the game in his next outing Sunday at the Mets.
Davies allowed three hits and three walks while striking out two over five scoreless innings Thursday in a no-decision against the Dodgers.
Davies found himself in a few jams Thursday night but made it through five scoreless innings with 97 pitches, 57 for strikes. He often had to battle from behind in the count, firing first-pitch strikes to eight of the 20 batters he faced. The 26-year-old has puzzled the Dodgers over his past two starts, allowing just one run over 12 innings while striking out eight.
Davies (2-0) picked up the win in Saturday's 4-1 victory over the Dodgers, allowing one run on eight hits over seven innings while striking out six.
A Cody Bellinger solo shot in the fourth inning was all the offense L.A. could muster against the right-hander. Davies now boasts a 1.53 ERA, but his 13:6 K:BB through 17.2 innings is less than dominant. He'll face off against the Dodgers in a rematch back in Milwaukee on Thursday.
Davies (1-0) gave up no earned runs on five hits with two walks while striking out one through 5.2 innings in a win over the Cubs on Sunday.
Although the final line shows no earned runs, an error by Eric Thames in the sixth inning allowed Anthony Rizzo to reach base, and Davies gave up a two-run home run to Willson Contreras that ended his day one out shy of a quality start. Davies now has a 1.69 ERA and a K:BB ratio of 7:6. The right-hander will get his next start Saturday at Dodger Stadium.
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