Lopez (2-8) allowed five earned runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out three across 4.1 innings to take the loss Thursday against Cleveland.
Lopez was tagged for three home runs, two of which came in the opening inning. After maintaining a 3.68 ERA and 1.45 WHIP with 20 strikeouts in 22 innings during four-start stretch from May 21 to June 6, Lopez has surrendered 10 earned runs in nine innings of work across his last two outings. Overall, Lopez has a poor 5.95 ERA paired with a 65:27 K:BB across 65 frames.
Lopez (2-7) took the loss against Tampa Bay on Saturday, completing 4.2 innings and allowing five runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out eight.
Lopez tied a season high with eight strikeouts, but he otherwise posted his worst outing since a two-inning start May 15. The right-hander entered the contest with four straight appearances of at least five innings and three or fewer runs, but both streaks came to an end in the loss. Lopez's ERA jumped to 5.64, and his seven losses are tied for third-worst in the league. Lopez will try to get back into the win column in his next scheduled start, which is tentatively projected to take place at Cleveland on Thursday.
Lopez (2-6) allowed three runs on four hits and three walks while striking out two in five innings to earn the win against Cleveland on Sunday.
Lopez earned his first win since April 16 in Sunday's matchup, and he's now lasted at least five innings in each of his last four starts. The righty has posted a 5.30 ERA and 1.43 WHIP in 56 innings across 12 starts to begin the season. He tentatively lines up to make his next start on the road against Tampa Bay on Sunday.
Lopez worked six innings while taking a no-decision Monday in the Orioles' 3-2 loss to the Twins in 10 innings. He gave up one run on five hits and two walks while striking out seven.
Facing off against Minnesota for the second start in a row, Lopez came away with another quality start, but he was far more sharper this time around than he was on May 26. After issuing four walks against three strikeouts in the prior outing, Lopez pumped in two thirds of his pitches for strikes Monday while yielding only one extra-base hit (a double to Josh Donaldson). Despite the better results of late, Lopez still maintains a poor 5.29 ERA for the season, and he hasn't captured a win since April 16.
Lopez (1-6) took the loss Wednesday at Minnesota after allowing three runs on four hits with four walks and three strikeouts across six innings.
The 28-year-old kept the Twins off the board through five frames, but he gave up a single and a walk before surrendering a two-out, three-run homer to Miguel Sano during the sixth inning. It's the third straight loss for Lopez, whose lone win of the season came April 16 at Texas. The right-hander has a 5.80 ERA, 1.47 WHIP and 45:20 K:BB over 45 innings this season.
Lopez (1-5) gave up two earned runs on seven hits and three walks while striking out eight in five innings Friday against the Nationals. He took the loss.
This was one of Lopez's best starts of the year, and it lowered his ERA from 6.35 to 6.00. This should buy him at least one more start next week, most likely in Minnesota on Wednesday.
Lopez (1-4) took the loss Saturday, coughing up five runs (four earned) on six hits and two walks over two innings as the Orioles were downed 8-2 by the Yankees. He struck out four.
Four of the first five Yankee hitters reached base in the game, and Lopez served up an Aaron Judge blast in the second. The right-hander tossed 46 of 71 pitches for strikes in his shortest outing of the year. Despite a strong 34:13 K:BB through 34 innings, he'll carry a 6.35 ERA into his next start thanks to a brutal 26.7 percent HR/FB rate.
Lopez allowed one run on four hits and struck out five over 5.2 innings Monday night against Boston. He didn't factor into the decision.
Lopez certainly pitched well enough to pick up the win in this one, but he would leave in a 1-1 contest with two outs in the sixth and 71 pitches, 52 for strikes. His only blemish in the run column came in the fourth inning, surrendering a sacrifice fly to left field. Lopez has now allowed two or fewer runs in five of his last six starts, but he's struggled to work deep into ballgames, with Monday marking his longest appearance of the 2021 campaign.
Lopez started Tuesday's 5-2 loss to Seattle, allowing one run on three hits and two walks with four strikeouts in 4.2 innings. He did not factor into the decision.
Typically, Lopez pitches between four and five innings -- he had done that in all six of his starts this season. He ran into trouble the second time through the order Tuesday, however, surrendering a Kyle Seager home run in the fourth and allowing two baserunners in the fifth before being removed. Until manager Brandon Hyde trusts him to go deeper into games, it will be difficult for Lopez to hold value.
Lopez allowed two earned runs on four hits and two walks while striking out three across four innings Thursday against the Yankees. He did not factor into the decision.
Lopez exited the game with runners on first and second, but he had yet to surrender a run. However, Rougned Odor singled in both baserunners against Adam Plutko, so those runs went on Lopez's line. Lopez has had a tough start to the season, as he's pitched to a 7.48 ERA with a 21:9 K:BB across 21.2 innings. He's currently projected to make his next start Tuesday at Seattle.
Lopez (1-3) allowed three runs on five hits and two walks while striking out one in four innings to take the loss against the Athletics on Friday.
Lopez earned his first win of the season in his last outing, but he returned to the loss column against Oakland. The right-hander gave up two runs in the second inning and was removed from the contest after he allowed a solo home run to lead off the fifth inning. Lopez has now posted an 8.15 ERA and 1.42 WHIP in 17.2 innings across his first four starts of the season. He'll attempt to turn things around at home against the Yankees on Wednesday.
Lopez (1-2) picked up the win Friday, giving up two runs on two hits and a walk over five innings in a 5-2 victory over the Rangers. He struck out eight.
Both runs off the right-hander came on solo shots, but otherwise Lopez was sharp, throwing 49 of 75 pitches for strikes before exiting. Despite the strong outing and a 17:5 K:BB through 13.2 innings, he has a 8.56 ERA thanks to a 3.3 HR/9. With the O's having a couple off days coming up, it's not clear when Lopez will take the mound next.
Lopez (0-2) allowed seven runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out four over four innings in a loss to the Red Sox on Sunday.
Lopez was relatively effective by tossing two scoreless innings to begin Sunday's game, but he allowed back-to-back home runs in the top of the third inning to put him in line for the loss. The right-hander has recorded an 11.42 ERA and 1.73 WHIP in 8.2 innings through his first two starts of the season. He'll attempt to bounce back on the road against the Rangers on Friday.
Lopez (0-1) allowed four runs on three hits and three walks over 4.2 innings Monday, taking the loss against the Yankees. He struck out five.
Lopez looked good to begin the game, allowing just one hit through three innings. He then coughed up a solo homer to Aaron Judge in the fourth before getting into more trouble in the fifth. With two outs in the inning, he walked the bases loaded and was replaced by Shawn Armstrong, who would later serve up a grand slam to Giancarlo Stanton. Lopez will look to turn things around Sunday at home against the Red Sox.
Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said Lopez would start the Orioles' fourth game of the season April 5 against the Yankees in New York, Steve Melewski of MASNSports.com reports.
Lopez and Dean Kremer were awarded the final two spots in Baltimore's rotation, beating out Felix Hernandez (elbow), Wade LeBlanc and Tom Eshelman for those jobs. The 28-year-old right-hander covered 19.2 innings in the Grapefruit League this spring, posting a 2.75 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and a 17:7 K:BB. Lopez's track record at the big-league level is far less impressive than his spring numbers, so he'll need to deliver some quality results in the games that count before fantasy managers can invest in him with any confidence.
Lopez (2-2) took the loss Friday, surrendering eight runs on nine hits and a walk over two-plus innings as the Orioles were dropped 10-5 by the Blue Jays. He struck out one.
The right-hander was allowed to come back out after a disastrous six-run second inning, but Toronto immediately slapped three straight singles off Lopez to drive him from the game, and only Travis Shaw getting thrown out at home prevented even more damage to Lopez's ratios. He finishes the season with a 6.69 ERA and 28:12 K:BB over 39 innings.
Lopez (2-1) was tagged with the loss Saturday against Tampa Bay, pitching six innings and allowing three runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out five.
Lopez notched his second straight quality start in the contest, but a lack of run support led to his first loss of the campaign. The right-hander was stung by a pair of Rays home runs, the second of which -- a two-run shot off the bat of Randy Arozarena in the fifth inning -- proved to be the difference in the low-scoring affair. Lopez will carry a 5.11 ERA into his next start, currently scheduled for Friday at Toronto.
Lopez (2-0) allowed one run on five hits and two walks over seven innings Monday, striking out three batters and earning the win over Atlanta.
Lopez dominated Atlanta's lineup all night with the lone blemish coming via a solo shot by Freddie Freeman in the sixth frame. It didn't hurt that his offense tallied 14 runs of support for him. The 27-year-old righty moved to 2-0 and lowered his season ERA to 5.23. Lopez will take on the Rays at home Saturday.
Lopez will start Monday's series opener against the Braves, Rich Dubroff of BaltimoreBaseball.com reports.
After turning in a 5.02 ERA through his first three starts with Baltimore and with Alex Cobb having returned from the injured list over the weekend, Lopez looked as though he might be at risk of losing his spot in the rotation. With a doubleheader on tap Thursday versus the Rays, however, Baltimore will likely run a six-man rotation this week that will evidently include Lopez. The right-hander may need a quality showing versus Atlanta to earn himself an additional start or two before the regular season concludes.
Lopez allowed five runs on six hits (two home runs) and a walk while striking out six across 4.2 innings against the Mets on Wednesday. He did not factor into the decision.
Through the first three innings, the only player on the Mets that was able to touch Lopez was Jeff McNeil, who had an RBI line-drive single to right in the second followed by a two-run shot to left in the fourth. The Mets were able to eventually chase Lopez out of the game in the fifth after he served up a solo home run to Michael Conforto and walked J.D. Davis the very next batter. The 27-year-old did have a season-high six strikeouts but his ERA rose to a 6.38 and with Alex Cobb (undisclosed) set to return in a few days, Wednesday's start may have been Lopez's last for the time being.
|Last 7 Games|
|06/17||@ CLE||L 3-10||1||4.1||7||5||1||3|
|06/12||@ TB||L 4-5||1||4.2||8||5||1||8|
|06/06||vs CLE||W 18-5||1||5.0||4||3||3||2|
|05/31||vs MIN||L 2-3||6.0||5||1||2||7|
|05/26||@ MIN||L 2-3||1||6.0||4||3||4||3|
|05/21||@ WAS||L 2-4||1||5.0||7||2||3||8|
|05/15||vs NYY||L 2-8||1||2.0||6||4||2||4|
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|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2013||AFA-San Jose Giants||68.2||14||14||0||3||1||0||95||39||48||1.58||1.276|
|2013||AFX-Wisconsin Timber Rat||117.0||25||22||0||7||8||2||92||48||120||5.23||1.436|
|2014||AFA-Brevard County Manat||137.2||25||25||1||10||10||0||119||46||144||4.59||1.385|
|2014||AA-Richmond Flying Squi||90.1||23||22||0||6||7||0||111||61||78||3.80||1.543|
|2015||AA-Richmond Flying Squi||63.0||36||11||0||3||4||0||73||66||47||3.29||1.794|
|2016||AAA-Colorado Springs Sky||79.1||17||16||0||1||7||0||66||55||101||6.83||1.972|
|2016||AA-Richmond Flying Squi||109.0||23||23||0||4||11||0||86||67||110||5.04||1.624|
|2017||AAA-Sacramento River Cat||29.1||24||0||0||1||2||6||39||13||24||2.78||1.272|
|2018||AAA-Omaha Storm Chasers||9.0||2||2||0||1||0||0||11||1||8||4.00||1.000|
|2018||AAA-Colorado Springs Sky||28.2||24||0||0||3||3||5||23||10||33||5.75||1.525|