Marquez (12-5) struck out eight while allowing two runs off five hits and one walk over five innings to earn the win Saturday against the Marlins.
The 24-year-old gave up a leadoff home run to Jon Berti in the first inning but managed to turn things around thereafter. Marquez owns a 171:33 K:BB with a 1.19 WHIP over the season. The right-hander should line up next on the road Thursday against the Cardinals.
Marquez (11-5) struck out nine while allowing three runs on five hits with two walks across eight innings to earn the victory against the Padres on Sunday.
The 24-year-old allowed a solo homer in the second and third along with another run while recording a double play in the seventh, but his efficiency and the Rockies offense enabled Marquez to get through eight frames. He needed just 93 pitches to record 24 outs, which included nine punchouts, giving Marquez 23 strikeouts in his last 19 innings. The 24-year-old, who will pitch again Friday at home against the Marlins, owns a 4.75 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 163 strikeouts in 163 innings this season.
Marquez went five innings in a no-decision against the Astros on Tuesday, giving up five earned runs on eight hits while striking out four as the Rockies lost 11-6. He did not issue a walk.
Marquez had posted three straight solid outings coming into this contest, but he couldn't keep it rolling against Houston, with most of the damage against him coming on a pair of homers he served up to Yordan Alvarez and Yuli Gurriel. The right-hander has racked up good strikeout numbers, but he's having an inconsistent season overall, as this leaves him with a 4.82 ERA through 155 innings -- a disappointing number after he managed a 3.77 mark in 196 innings last year. He'll look to bounce back in his next start, which is scheduled for Sunday on the road against the Padres.
Marquez (cramps) has been cleared to start Tuesday's game against the Astros, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.
Marquez struck out 10 over six scoreless innings his last time out July 31 against the Dodgers before he was forced to exit prior to the top of the seventh after succumbing to full-body cramping. A few days of treatment were apparently all Marquez needed to overcome the issue, so he's not expected to face any limitations in his return to the mound Tuesday. He'll be matching up with Zack Greinke, who is making his Astros debut.
Marquez was removed from Wednesday's game against the Dodgers due to "full body cramping," Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Marquez cramped up after throwing a warmup pitch prior to the seventh inning and ultimately had to be helped off the field. The right-hander was locked in prior to suffering the injury, fanning 10 batters while allowing just two hits and no walks across six scoreless innings. It's unclear if Marquez will be forced to miss a start due to the issue.
Marquez was removed from Wednesday's game against the Dodgers with an apparent leg injury, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Marquez appeared to twist his ankle while throwing a warmup pitch prior to the seventh inning and had to be helped off the field. The right-hander was dominant prior to suffering the injury, allowing just two hits and no walks while striking out 10 across six scoreless innings.
Marquez (10-5) secured the win after allowing two runs on five hits while striking out seven over seven innings Friday against the Reds.
Marquez gave up a run in the first and second innings, but he managed to settle down and close out the night with five scoreless frames. He pounded the strike zone throughout his start, firing 69 of 94 pitches for strikes. The 24-year-old right-hander has now turned in back-to-back quality outings, surrendering four runs while fanning 12 over that stretch (14 innings).
Marquez (9-5) allowed two runs on three hits with two walks and five strikeouts across seven innings while earning a victory against the Yankees on Sunday.
This was how owners were hoping Marquez would respond after yielding 11 runs in 2.2 innings during his last start. After such a terrible performance, Marquez couldn't possibly bring his numbers back to where they were after one good start, but this was a step in the right direction. He has a 4.99 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 133 strikeouts in 137 innings this season. Marquez will pitch next in Cincinnati on Friday.
Marquez (8-5) allowed 11 runs on 11 hits with no walks and three strikeouts across 2.2 innings while taking a loss against the Giants in the first game of a doubleheader Monday.
The 24-year-old gave up five runs in the first and then posted a 1-2-3 second frame. However, the Giants exploded for six more runs in the third, and Marquez didn't make it out of the inning. The Rockies bullpen has been overworked since the break, and the two teams were playing a doubleheader Monday, so that's probably why manager Bud Black elected to keep Marquez in until he gave up a season-high 11 runs. This start raised his ERA almost 70 points, which is an incredible feat considering we're three and a half months into the season. Marquez now owns a 5.12 ERA, .273 batting average against, 1.28 WHIP and 128 strikeouts in 130 innings this season. He will look to rebound from this outing against a tough Yankees lineup in New York this weekend.
Marquez (8-4) tossed six innings against the Diamondbacks on Sunday, allowing five runs (four earned) on six hits and one walk while striking out five in a losing effort.
Marquez held Arizona to a single unearned run through five innings but was tagged for four runs in the sixth, with the final pair coming via a home run by Nick Ahmed. The loss was only the second for Marquez in his last 13 starts, though his ERA has climbed from 2.93 to 4.45 over that stretch. The 24-year-old carries an 8-4 record and stellar 125:28 K:BB over 127.1 innings into the break.
Marquez didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 9-8 loss to the Astros, giving up five runs (four earned) on eight hits and a walk over six innings while striking out seven.
It was a typical night at Coors Field for the right-hander, who got scored upon in each of the first three innings but still exited the game in line for his ninth win before things went sideways for the Rockies bullpen in the seventh. Marquez will carry a 4.38 ERA and 120:27 K:BB through 121.1 frames into his final start before the All-Star break Sunday in Arizona.
Marquez (8-3) picked up the win in Wednesday's 6-3 victory over the Giants, allowing three runs (two earned) on seven hits and two walks over five innings while striking out two.
A high pitch count kept Marquez from a quality start -- he needed 98 pitches (64 strikes) to record his 15 outs -- but he still notched his fifth win in his last six decisions. The right-hander will take a 4.29 ERA and 113:26 K:BB through 115.1 innings into his next outing Tuesday, at home against the Astros.
Marquez allowed two runs (one earned) on five hits while striking out eight over eight innings in Friday's 4-2 loss to the Dodgers. He did not factor in the decision.
Marquez was engaged in a pitchers' duel with Walker Buehler for a majority of the game. The strong outing saw Marquez improve to a 4.32 ERA and 1.19 WHIP with 111 strikeouts in 110.1 innings this season. His record remains at 7-3, and he's expected to face the Giants on Wednesday.
Marquez (7-3) picked up the win in Saturday's 14-8 slugfest over the Padres, surrendering seven runs on 10 hits and four walks over 5.2 innings while striking out eight.
The Rockies piled up 11 runs in the first five frames, giving Marquez plenty of cushion to work with -- and he needed most of it. The right-hander is in a rut, posting a 7.42 ERA, 1.52 WHIP and 31:11 K:BB over his last five starts and 30.1 innings, with four of those coming at Coors Field. He'll get a chance to turn things around closer to sea level in his next outing Friday, on the road against the Dodgers.
Marquez didn't factor into the decision against the Cubs on Monday, giving up four earned runs on five hits over six innings, striking out seven and walking two as the Rockies eventually prevailed 6-5.
Marquez endured a disastrous third inning in which he conceded three homers, but he buckled down after that and managed to salvage a respectable final stat line. The Cubs hit him hard in his last start as well, as Marquez gave up 12 earned runs over 11.1 innings in his back-to-back outings against them, bumping his ERA up to 4.19 on the season through 96.2 innings. He'll look to get back on track in his next start, which will pit him against the Padres at Coors Field on Saturday.
Marquez (6-3) allowed eight earned runs on seven hits and a walk while striking out five across 5.1 innings to take the loss Wednesday against the Cubs.
Marquez cruised through four scoreless innings, allowing only two singles. However, he ran into trouble in the fifth frame by allowing three consecutive hits, the final one a three-run homer by David Bote. Matters only worsened for Marquez in the sixth, as he allowed five of the first six batters to reach base before being pulled. Marquez has been inconsistent through 15 starts, allowing four or more earned runs on six occasions. Still, he's flashed enough skill to maintain a 4.07 ERA and 1.16 WHIP with 88 strikeouts across 90.2 innings for the season. He'll look to bounce back in his next start, a rematch against the Cubs on Monday.
Marquez (6-2) picked up the win in Friday's 13-6 rout of the Blue Jays, giving up two runs on six hits and three walks over seven innings while striking out seven.
The right-hander got handed a 4-0 lead after one inning and never looked back, putting together his sixth quality start of the season -- but only his second on home soil at Coors Field. Marquez will carry a 3.48 ERA and 83:17 K:BB through 85.1 innings into his next outing Wednesday, on the road against the Cubs.
Marquez gave up four runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out four through 6.1 innings in a no-decision against the Orioles on Sunday.
Marquez only allowed three hits and one run through six innings, but he gave up four hits and three runs while only registering one out in the seventh inning. He has a 5-2 record with a 3.56 ERA through 12 starts this season, but he has a 5.40 ERA at home. Marquez will make his next start Friday at Coors Field against the Blue Jays.
Marquez (5-2) picked up the win against the Pirates on Tuesday, giving up three hits over eight shutout innings, striking out seven and walking one as the Rockies bagged a 5-0 victory.
Marquez bounced back after getting lit up by the Red Sox in his last start, as he cruised through eight frames while allowing just four baserunners. He was struck by a line drive off the bat of Cole Tucker in the eighth inning, but he looks to be fine as he stayed in the game and was able to retire the next two batters. The right-hander now carries a 3.38 ERA, 1.11 WHIP and an excellent 72:13 K:BB through 72 innings.
Marquez pitched 6.1 innings, allowing five runs on 10 hits while striking out six in Wednesday's 6-5 loss to the Red Sox. He did not factor in the decision.
Marquez has allowed at least six hits in each of his six starts since throwing a one-hitter versus the Giants on April 14. The rough outing Wednesday sees his ERA rise to 3.80 on the year, to go with a 1.19 WHIP and 65 strikeouts through 64 innings pitched. Marquez will need to be stingier with allowing baserunners when he takes on the Pirates on Tuesday.
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