Godley (4-3) struck out six and walked four in Friday's loss to the Mets, allowing three runs (one earned) on four hits in six innings.
Godley had two runs come around to score in the first inning after an error by Daniel Descalso, and later in the fifth he allowed an RBI single to Michael Conforto. Godley now has 49 strikeouts in 52.1 innings, but he's also walked 23 in that span. Last year the right-hander had a 3.1 BB/9 but this year is sporting a rate of 4.0. Godley will carry a 3.78 ERA into his next start against the Brewers in Milwaukee.
Godley gave up four runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out six in 6.1 innings Sunday against the Nationals. He did not factor in the decision.
He gave up three long balls, but as they were all solo shots, Godley kept his team in the game. The three home runs doubled his season total, as he had given up just three homers in his previous 40 innings (seven starts). His ERA has steadily risen this season, and he crossed the 4.00 ERA threshold (4.08) after this outing. Godley's next start will come next weekend on the road against the Mets.
Godley allowed four runs on six hits through 5.2 innings in a no-decision Tuesday, striking out four and walking four.
Godley had a little trouble with control Tuesday, throwing just 58 of 103 pitches for strikes. Despite the mediocre outing, Godley still has a decent 3.83 ERA, although his 1.45 WHIP is a bit high. Last year Godley proved he can be an asset in terms of strikeouts and WHIP, recording 165 strikeouts in 155 innings while putting up a 1.14 WHIP. There is, however, some unpredictability with his starts. His next matchup will be at home against the Nationals.
Godley (4-2) held the Dodgers to one run on five hits and three walks with five strikeouts through six innings but still took the loss Wednesday night.
Despite throwing his first quality start since April 9 in San Francisco, Godley's two-start winning streak was snapped. He had to nibble against the Dodgers, as he used 100 pitches to get through six innings and threw just 56 strikes. It paid off, though, as Godley's only extra-base hit allowed was a Ryan Verdugo double that turned into the only run he allowed. After that, Godley was pristine, as he allowed just one runner past second base in the next five innings. He'll get another shot at the Dodgers his next time out Tuesday, this time in Los Angeles.
Godley (4-1) picked up the win over the Nationals on Friday, allowing four runs on 10 hits and three walks over five innings while striking out four.
The right-hander threw 67 of 109 pitches for strikes and generated an impressive 15 swinging strikes, but the Nats were able to hit him hard when they did make contact. After beginning the season with two straight strong outings, Godley has stumbled, posting a 6.91 ERA, 2.16 WHIP and 16:10 K:BB in 14.2 innings over his last three starts. The D-backs' offense is still giving him enough run support to pull down wins, but it can't bail him out every night. Godley will try to turn things around Wednesday at home against the Dodgers.
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