Marquez (4-6) earned the win Saturday against Arizona after allowing three runs (none earned) on five hits and one walk while fanning seven across seven innings.
Marquez ended the season on a strong note, allowing two or fewer earned runs in four of five September starts while notching a quality start in each one of those contests. The 25-year-old right-hander ended the campaign with a career-best 3.75 ERA and a 1.26 WHIP in 81.2 innings across 13 starts. He has posted a WHIP under the 1.30 mark in three straight seasons.
Marquez (3-6) allowed one run on five hits and a walk while striking out three over six innings in a win over the Giants on Monday.
The only run against Marquez came in the fifth inning on a Donovan Solano single. Other than that, the right-hander was able to produce his fourth straight quality start. Marquez has a 4.10 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 66:24 K:BB in 74.2 innings this year. He's expected to make his last start of the regular season Saturday in Arizona.
Marquez (2-6) took the loss Wednesday against the A's after giving up three runs on six hits with six strikeouts and four walks over 6.2 innings.
The 25-year-old certainly wasn't at his best Wednesday, as he set a season high with four walks. However, he battled and kept Colorado in the game despite minimal offense. Marquez has a 4.33 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 63:23 K:BB across 68.2 innings and lines up to pitch Monday at San Francisco.
Marquez will start Wednesday's game against the Athletics, Nick Groke of The Athletic reports.
Initial reports stated that the Rockies planned to take advantage of Monday's day off to push Marquez up in the rotation, but he'll remain in his original spot Wednesday. The right-hander settled for no-decisions in his past two starts as he allowed two runs over seven innings in each of those outings.
Marquez will start Tuesday's game against the Athletics, Nick Groke of The Athletic reports.
The right-hander previously lined up to start Wednesday, but the Rockies will take advantage of Monday's scheduled off day to move him up in the rotation. Marquez has allowed two runs over seven frames in each of his past two starts.
Marquez allowed two runs on six hits and a walk over seven innings Friday versus the Angels. He struck out five and did not factor in the decision.
Marquez had allowed 15 runs over 11 innings in his last two home starts, but he was significantly better Friday. He exited the game with a lead, but Mychal Givens allowed a game-tying solo shot to Jared Walsh in the eighth, denying Marquez the win. The 25-year-old right-hander has a 4.35 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 57 strikeouts across 62 innings this season. Marquez hasn't notched a win in his last seven outings, a trend he'll try to change at home Wednesday versus the Athletics.
Marquez completed seven innings against the Dodgers on Saturday, allowing two runs on five hits and three walks while striking out five. He did not factor in the decision.
Marquez was dinged for two runs in the fifth inning but otherwise kept Los Angeles off the scoreboard in the effective outing. After rattling off four consecutive quality starts between July 29 and Aug. 15, the right-hander struggled in his three subsequent outings, allowing 18 earned runs over 16 innings and picking up two losses. Though he was kept out of the win column Saturday, the start could turn the tide back in a positive direction for Marquez as he looks to put together a strong September. His next start will be at home against the Angels on Friday.
Marquez (2-5) was tagged with the loss Monday against the Padres. He allowed five runs on eight hits and two walks while fanning seven across six innings.
Marquez pitched past the fifth inning for the first time since Aug. 15, but his winless streak extended to five outings regardless as he couldn't contain the red-hot Padres offense. Marquez has gone 0-4 with a 6.83 ERA in his last five outings.
Marquez didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's game between the Rockies and the Diamondbacks. He allowed three runs on six hits -- including two home runs -- and three walks while fanning five across five innings.
Marquez began the season allowing one run in each of his first two starts, and, even though he has allowed multiple runs in each of his last five outings, his numbers are inflated by an Aug. 20 performance against Houston when he surrendered 10 runs across five innings. He has allowed three or fewer runs in each of his other six starts this season, posting a 2.68 ERA in 37 innings when removing the aforementioned outing against the Astros.
Marquez (2-4) allowed 10 earned runs on 10 hits and two walks while striking out five across five innings to take the loss Thursday against the Astros.
Marquez put together three scoreless innings, but was touched up for five earned runs in each of the other two frames. He allowed only one home run -- a three run shot to Abraham Toro -- but surrendered seven singles in all. With the tough home outing, Marquez's ERA ballooned from 2.25 to 4.38. He'll look to bounce back in his next start, currently projected to come at Arizona on Tuesday.
Marquez (2-3) gave up three runs (two earned) on nine hits and two walks while striking out three over six innings in a loss to the Rangers on Saturday.
Marquez allowed the leadoff batter to reach base in four of his six innings Saturday, He was fairly generous with baserunners in general -- his combined 11 hits and walks were the most he's allowed in his five starts this season. The right-hander has a 2.25 ERA and 1.09 WHIP with 30 strikeouts in 32 innings. He'll look to avoid a third straight loss when he faces the Astros on Thursday.
Marquez (2-2) allowed five runs (two earned) on six hits and a walk across seven innings Sunday, striking out four and taking the loss against Seattle.
Marquez's two earned runs allowed came from a two-run shot by Dylan Moore in the first inning. He cruised until the seventh inning, when a fielding error led to three unearned runs scoring in the frame. Marquez still owns a 2.08 ERA and 27:6 K:BB. He'll get a home matchup against the Rangers on Saturday for his next start.
Marquez (2-1) earned the win over San Francisco on Tuesday, hurling 7.1 innings and allowing two runs on six hits and one walk while striking out nine.
Marquez entered the game having allowed only two runs over 11.2 innings, and he began the contest with four shutout frames. The Giants touched Marquez for two runs in the fifth inning, but he went otherwise unscathed to emerge with his second win of the campaign. The right-hander lived up to his billing as the staff ace with a strong performance, tossing 74 of 101 pitches for strikes and registering a season-high nine strikeouts. Marquez has registered a shiny 1.89 ERA and 23:5 K:BB through three starts covering 19 innings. He'll head to Seattle to face the Mariners in his next scheduled start Sunday.
Marquez (1-1) earned the win Wednesday at Oakland after allowing one run on four hits and one walk while striking out eight over six innings.
The right-hander surrendered a solo homer to Matt Chapman during the opening frame, but he otherwise kept the A's off the board Wednesday. Marquez is off to a strong start in 2020 with 14 strikeouts and only six hits and two runs allowed through 11.2 innings. He next lines up to take the mound against the Giants early next week.
Marquez will start Wednesday's game in Oakland on normal rest, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.
The Rockies will skip the fifth spot in the rotation to allow Marquez to pitch on normal rest. The key takeaway is that fantasy managers can deploy Marquez next week without fear of him pitching at Coors Field.
Marquez (0-1) was tagged with the loss during Friday's 1-0 defeat against the Rangers. He gave up one run on two hits and three walks while fanning six across 5.2 innings.
Marquez came just one out short of posting a quality start and surrendered the only run of the game on a double to Rougned Odor in the bottom of the sixth. Marquez, who posted a 4.76 ERA in 2019, is scheduled to make his next start July 29 on the road against the Athletics.
Manager Bud Black confirmed Monday that Marquez will start the Rockies' Opening Day game Friday against the Rangers, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.
Black had strongly hinted earlier in camp that Marquez would get the nod for the season opener in Arlington, but Monday's announcement makes the decision official. The 25-year-old dealt with right arm inflammation in 2019 that shut him down for the final month of the season, but he was fully healthy during spring and summer work. Despite the injury, the right-hander pitched a team-leading 174 innings, and his 6.21 innings per start ranked 15th among qualified starters.
Manager Bud Black "strongly hinted" Wednesday that Marquez will start the Rockies' Opening Day game July 24 in Texas versus the Rangers, Patrick Saunders of The Denver Post reports.
Colorado never formally announced an Opening Day starter before MLB went on hiatus in mid-March, but Marquez was always viewed as the odds-on favorite for the nod after leading all Rockies starters in innings (174), strikeout rate (24.3 percent) and xFIP (3.54) in 2019. Marquez's overall numbers were marred by pitching at altitude at Coors Field (6.26 ERA in 73.1 innings at home), but he'll at least benefit from making his first 2020 start on the road in the inaugural game at Globe Life Field, which is expected to play more pitcher-friendly than its predecessor, Globe Life Park in Arlington.
Marquez is a lock for the rotation and felt healthy throughout spring training, Nick Groke of The Athletic reports.
Marquez's role was never in doubt, and he will indeed be relied upon to serve as the team's ace. The Rockies have not yet announced a starter for Opening Day and probably will not do so for a while, though Marquez would seem to be the favorite for the honor. He looked sharp in his spring training work, racking up six strikeouts in six innings.
Marquez is scheduled to start Sunday's Cactus League game against the Angels, Kyle Newman of The Denver Post reports.
Marquez will be making his debut in the Rockies' ninth game of spring training after the club elected to slow play him due to his 2019 season ending early due to a case of right arm inflammation. By all accounts, the injury didn't impact Marquez's training over the offseason, so he should be on track to handle a normal starter's workload once Opening Day arrives. A hot finish to the 2018 campaign escalated Marquez's draft price last spring, but he'll come at more of a discount in 2020 after seeing his ERA increase by nearly a run (to 4.76) from the year prior before finishing last season on the shelf.
|Last 7 Games|
|09/26||@ ARI||W 10-3||1||0||0||7.0||5||0||1||7|
|09/21||@ SF||W 7-2||1||0||0||6.0||5||1||1||3|
|09/16||vs OAK||L 1-3||0||1||0||6.2||6||3||4||6|
|09/11||vs LAA||W 8-4||0||0||0||7.0||6||2||1||5|
|09/05||@ LAD||W 5-2||0||0||0||7.0||5||2||3||5|
|08/31||vs SD||L 0-6||0||1||0||6.0||8||5||2||7|
|08/25||@ ARI||W 5-4||0||0||0||5.0||6||3||3||5|
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|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2014||AFX-Bowling Green Hot Ro||98.0||22||18||0||5||7||0||95||29||83||3.21||1.143|
|2015||AFA-Charlotte Stone Crab||139.0||26||23||0||7||13||0||104||29||147||3.56||1.266|
|2016||AA-Hartford Yard Goats||135.2||21||21||0||9||6||0||126||33||124||2.86||1.161|