Marquez (5-6) allowed one hit and three walks while striking out two over six scoreless innings to earn the win Thursday versus Milwaukee.
Marquez got plenty of help, as C.J. Cron hit a grand slam in the first inning and Colorado never looked back. The right-hander still took care of business on the mound with his fifth quality start in his last six outings. The lone outlier was a nine-run (eight earned) disaster versus Cincinnati last week. Marquez has a 4.26 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and 82:39 K:BB across 82.1 innings this year. He lines up for a favorable road start in Seattle next week.
Marquez (4-6) took the loss Saturday, coughing up nine runs (eight earned) on 12 hits and two walks over five-plus innings as the Rockies were downed 10-3 by the Reds. He struck out five.
Ten of the 12 hits off Marquez were singles as the Reds peppered the Rockies into submission, and the right-hander tossed 93 pitches (58 strikes) before getting the hook with two on and nobody out in the sixth inning. He'll take a 4.60 ERA and 80:36 K:BB through 76.1 innings into his next outing.
Marquez (4-5) earned the win Sunday against the Athletics after tossing six innings of one-run ball, allowing four hits and a walk while fanning six.
Marquez notched his fourth straight quality start and has been pitching very well of late, allowing three earned runs and posting a 27:7 K:BB across 26 innings during that four-game span. The right-hander is scheduled to make his next start on the road against the Reds next weekend.
Marquez did not factor in the decision against Texas on Tuesday despite allowing one run on two hits and two walks while striking out seven over seven innings.
The right-hander was excellent in the contest, throwing 57 of 88 pitches for strikes and holding the Rangers without an extra-base hit. The lone run against him came as the result of a walk, single and fielder's choice in the fourth inning. Over his past three starts, Marquez has allowed only two runs and has posted a 21:6 K:BB across 20 innings. His next start is tentatively scheduled to come against Oakland at home on Sunday.
Marquez (3-5) was charged with the loss during the first end of Thursday's twin bill against the Mets after allowing one run on three hits and a walk while striking out six across six innings.
Marquez turned in a solid outing, blanking the Mets until the third inning when he gave up a leadoff home run to Jose Peraza. That would be the only damage of the day for the 26-year-old, who got strapped with an unfortunate loss after his teammates failed to provide any run support. The right-hander will look to continue improving upon a 4.47 ERA and 1.49 WHIP during his next project start Tuesday against Texas.
Marquez won't start as scheduled Wednesday against the Mets since the game was postponed due to inclement weather.
The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader Thursday, so Marquez figures to start one of those contests for the Rockies.
Marquez (3-4) pitched seven scoreless innings Friday, giving up four hits and three walks while striking out eight to earn the win over the Diamondbacks.
Marquez equaled his longest start this season while tossing his first scoreless outing of the year. His start is even more notable as it came at Coors Field. The 26-year-old's last start at home was a disaster -- he surrendered eight runs without making it out of the first inning. Marquez has a 4.82 ERA and 1.59 WHIP with a 1.87 K/BB in 52.1 innings.
Marquez (2-4) earned the win over the Reds on Friday, allowing four runs on eight hits and three walks while striking out eight over six innings.
This performance represented a huge step forward from his last home outing May 4. Marquez was knocked around for eight runs in just two-thirds of an inning in that May 4 start, and that is going to skew his ERA for a while to come. The righty had not been great even before that blowup, but the strikeouts and groundballs are there. He remains a viable streaming option in most formats when he's on the road.
Marquez (1-4) allowed two runs (one earned) on six hits and three walks over six innings Sunday, striking out six and taking a loss against the Cardinals.
Marquez wasn't at his best Sunday with a 1.50 WHIP over six innings, but it was much cleaner than his recent outings. The 26-year-old righty served up a solo shot to Nolan Arenado in the second inning and later watched Arenado score again after he reached base on an error. The Rockies couldn't get anything going at the dish against Adam Wainwright, so Marquez settled for his third consecutive loss. He'll carry a 5.49 ERA into next weekend's projected home start against the Reds.
Marquez (1-3) took the loss during Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Giants after giving up eight runs on six hits with two walks and one strikeout over two-thirds of an inning.
It was a complete disaster for the right-hander, as he allowed the first six batters of the game to reach base while throwing only 17 of 36 pitches for strikes. Marquez had a 3.43 ERA through his first five starts of the season, but the 28:16 K:BB he posted during that stretch spelled trouble, and he's struggled in his past two outings, giving up 12 runs.
Marquez won't start Monday against San Francisco as the game has been postponed due to inclement weather.
The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader Tuesday. Marquez will presumably start one of those games, though the Rockies have yet to announce which.
Marquez (1-2) was charged with the loss against San Francisco on Wednesday after allowing four runs on four hits and three walks while striking out five over four innings.
All four runs yielded by Marquez came in the second inning, when the Giants pounded out three hits and worked three walks while sending nine batters to the plate. The right-hander gave up only one hit outside of that frame, but the damage was enough to send him to his second loss. This performance marked the first time Marquez has allowed four runs this season, and it tied for his shortest outing of the campaign. Though the veteran has racked up 33 strikeouts over 32.2 innings, he's also issued 19 walks, contributing to an untidy 1.47 WHIP. He'll next take the mound Monday in a rematch versus the Giants, this time at home.
Marquez hurled six innings against Philadelphia on Friday, allowing two runs on six hits and three walks while striking out eight. He did not factor in the decision.
Marquez yielded a single run in the second and fourth frames but was mostly in control throughout the contest. He induced an impressive 24 swinging strikes and finished with a season-high eight punchouts. The right-hander has enjoyed a steady beginning to the campaign, racking up three quality starts across five outings and posting a 28:16 K:BB along with a 3.45 ERA over 28.2 innings despite making all but one of his appearances at Coors Field. Marquez's next start is scheduled for Wednesday at San Francisco.
Marquez (1-1) picked up the win in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Mets as the Rockies cruised to a 7-2 victory, allowing two runs on two hits and two walks over seven innings. He struck out six.
The right-hander gave the Colorado bullpen a break, going the distance on an efficient 87 pitches (53 strikes) for his second quality start of the season. Marquez will take a 3.57 ERA and 20:13 K:BB through 22.2 innings into his next outing Friday at home against the Phillies.
Marquez (0-1) allowed three runs on six hits and three walks while striking out seven over 5.2 innings of work in a loss to the Giants on Sunday.
The righty was one out away from recording a quality start but failed to escape the sixth inning. The 26-year-old threw only 60 of his 97 pitches for strikes, and his final earned run came on a homer by Brandon Belt in the sixth. Marquez is still looking to find his groove this season, and his next opportunity to take the rubber will be Saturday against the Mets.
Marquez tossed six innings against Arizona on Tuesday, allowing three runs on five hits and two walks while striking out five. He did not factor in the decision.
Marquez breezed through four scoreless innings before faltering near the end of his outing, allowing a run in the fifth frame and two more in the sixth. Still, it was a positive outing overall for the right-hander given the ballpark and the fact that he was able to notch a quality start. Marquez will toe the mound again Sunday when he faces the Giants in San Francisco.
Marquez allowed one earned run on six hits and six walks while striking out two across four innings Thursday against the Dodgers. He didn't factor into the decision.
Marquez avoided a complete disaster, as he kept the ball in the yard and didn't allow an extra-base hit. However, he racked up 92 pitches and allowed 12 baserunners in his short outing because he couldn't find the strike zone with consistency. Given that he walked more than two batters in only three of his 13 starts in 2020, Marquez should showcase better control moving forward. His next opportunity to take the mound will come Tuesday at home against Arizona.
Manager Bud Black named Marquez the starter for Opening Day against the Dodgers on Thursday, Nick Groke of The Athletic reports.
It's not much of a surprise the 26-year-old will start Opening Day for Colorado, but it's now been confirmed by the team. Marquez started 13 games for the Rockies in 2020 and posted a 3.75 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 73:25 K:BB across 81.2 innings.
Marquez allowed three runs on six hits and two walks while striking out four over five innings during Monday's spring win over the Rangers. He didn't factor into the decision.
Marquez had a strong spring debut this year but has given up at least three runs in each of his last three outings. The right-hander has had issues with command during his Cactus League starts but still projects as the team's Opening Day starter in 2021. "This spring training is kind of weird with my delivery, so I'm trying to find that point," Marquez told Thomas Harding of MLB.com. "I think I'm getting closer." Marquez should have one more spring tune-up prior to the regular season.
Marquez allowed three runs on six hits and no walks while striking out six over five innings in Wednesday's spring loss to the Giants. He didn't factor into the decision.
Marquez allowed two runs to cross the plate in the top of the first inning Wednesday, but he settled down over the rest of his outing and gave up just one more run in the fourth frame. The right-hander has allowed seven runs (six earned) on 15 hits and four walks while striking out 10 over 11 innings during his first three starts of spring training. Despite his recent struggles, Marquez is a strong candidate to serve as the Opening Day starter for the Rockies.
|Last 7 Games|
|06/17||vs MIL||W 7-3||1||6.0||1||0||3||2|
|06/12||@ CIN||L 3-10||1||5.0||12||8||2||5|
|06/06||vs OAK||W 3-1||1||6.0||4||1||1||6|
|06/01||vs TEX||W 3-2||7.0||2||1||2||7|
|05/27||@ NYM||L 0-1||1||6.0||3||1||1||6|
|05/21||vs ARI||W 7-1||1||7.0||4||0||3||8|
|05/14||vs CIN||W 9-6||1||6.0||8||4||3||8|
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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|