Godley got rocked by the Giants for seven earned in just 3.1 innings on June 4, but he's bounced back by yielding two earned runs and striking out eight in his two starts since, both of which have ended in victories. On the whole, it's still been an erratic season so far for the right-hander, who has a 4.77 ERA, a 1.51 WHIP and a 78:38 K:BB over 77.1 innings.
Godley (6-5) allowed two earned runs on five hits and two walks while striking out eight across 5.2 innings to earn the win Sunday against the Rockies.
After getting shelled at AT&T Park in his previous start, Godley put together an impressive outing at Coors Field, highlighted by eight strikeouts. He had struggled mightily on the road for much of the season -- he entered Sunday's start with a 7.08 ERA away from home -- making this start even more surprising. While it's safest to start Godley only when pitches at home for the time being, this start illustrates his upside regardless of venue.
Godley (5-5) took a beating Monday against San Francisco as he allowed seven runs on five hits and two walks with three strikeouts over just 3.2 innings.
Godley was cruising through three innings, as he had surrendered just one hit and a hit-by-pitch and was holding on to a shutout. The disastrous fourth frame, however, began with a pair of solo home runs. By the time Godley departed, two more runs had scored and the bases were left loaded for reliever Fernando Salas. Salas immediately allowed all three inherited runners to score on a wild pitch and a double, leaving Godley with the worst possible line from the situation. Godley has now allowed six earned runs or more in two of his past three starts. His propensity for blowups is the main factor behind his 5.12 ERA. Unfortunately, his next outing will be a tough one Sunday on the road against the Rockies.
Godley (5-4) struck out seven and walked two in a win over the Reds on Tuesday, allowing two runs on six hits in six innings.
Godley got his first win in his last six starts, throwing his fifth quality start on the year. Godley now has a 4.38 ERA, 1.54 WHIP and has 59 strikeouts in 61.2 innings. The strikeout numbers are good, but he's also allowed 31 walks (the second highest allowed in the NL), which negatively impacts his season averages. His next start will come against the Giants in San Francisco.
Godley (4-4) took the loss Wednesday against the Brewers, allowing eight runs (six earned) on seven hits and six walks across 3.1 innings. He struck out three.
Godley worked around trouble for the first three innings -- allowing just one run on four walks and three hits -- before running into a wall in the fourth frame. The Diamondbacks' defense didn't necessarily help the right-hander by committing a pair of errors, but the Brewers were all over Godley in their big inning, scoring five runs (four earned) on a pair of walks, a pair of singles and a pair of extra-base hits, including a three-run homer from Travis Shaw, before he got the hook. Milwaukee added two more runs (one earned) -- both of which were credited to Godley -- on an RBI single from Tyler Saladino before the inning ended. The 28-year-old has now walked 10 batters across his last 9.1 innings and owns a 4.53 ERA, his highest mark of the season. He'll look to right the ship in his next start, which will come at home against the Reds.
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