Mahle (hamstring) threw before Sunday's game against the Cardinals, C. Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic reports.
Mahle is battling a sore left hamstring that he suffered during his last start July 20. He hopes to be able to make his next start, and the fact that he was able to throw prior to the game is a positive sign. However, If Mahle is not ready in time for the outing, Lucas Sims is the likely candidate to take his turn in the rotation.
Mahle is dealing with a sore left hamstring but hopes to make his next start Wednesday in Milwaukee, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports.
Mahle apparently suffered the injury on his final pitch Friday against the Cardinals. That means he can't blame the injury for his poor numbers over his last three outings, where he's allowed 17 runs (13 earned) over 13.2 innings. His status should become clearer over the next few days.
Mahle didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 12-11 loss to the Cardinals, allowing four runs on seven hits and a walk over 5.1 innings while striking out five.
The right-hander appeared to be in complete control when he took a 7-0 lead into the sixth inning, but Mahle suddenly ran into trouble and the Reds bullpen simply poured more gas on the fire after he left, with the end result being a 10-run inning for St. Louis. Mahle will take a 4.93 ERA and 106:26 K:BB through 102.1 innings into his next start Wednesday in Milwaukee.
Mahle (2-10) allowed 10 runs (six earned) on 12 hits with no walks and two strikeouts across 4.1 innings while taking a loss against the Rockies on Sunday.
The 24-year-old yielded four unearned runs in the first inning and then threw three straight scoreless frames. But with his outing seemingly back on track, Mahle then allowed six runs in the fifth. Mahle faced seven batters in the frame and only recorded one out. The defeat gives him his 10th loss of the season, and he owns a 4.82 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 101 strikeouts in 97 innings. He will look to turn his season around at home against the Cardinals on Friday.
Mahle (2-9) took the loss after surrendering three runs on six hits and three walks while striking out seven Sunday against the Indians.
Mahle cruised through three scoreless innings to begin his day, but he found trouble in the fourth and fifth frames, allowing three runs before getting pulled. He was lifted from the contest after firing 84 of 53 pitches for strikes. The 24-year-old will enter the All-Star break with a 4.47 ERA and a 99:25 K:BB over 92.2 innings.
Mahle allowed three runs on three hits and two walks in six innings Monday, striking out eight batters and taking the no-decision in the loss to Milwaukee.
Keston Hiura's solo homer in the fifth inning was the only run Mahle allowed through six frames. Then, Lorenzo Cain drilled a solo shot to start the seventh before Mahle allowed a single to Eric Thames, ending his outing. The 24-year-old righty owns a 4.36 ERA with a solid 92:22 K:BB. He'll face Cleveland at home Sunday.
Mahle (2-8) took the loss against the Angels on Tuesday, completing five innings and giving up four runs on six hits and two walks while striking out four.
Mahle got off to a rough start when a deep fly ball to center field off the bat of Tommy La Stella rolled away and resulted in a leadoff inside-the-park home run, then fell further behind in the second inning after allowing a three-run shot to Luis Rengifo. Though the 24-year-old settled down to hold the Angels scoreless over his remaining three innings, the deficit proved to be too much to overcome for the Reds' offense. Mahle will carry a 4.35 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and 84:20 K:BB into his next start, at home against Milwaukee on Monday.
Mahle allowed two runs on four hits with seven strikeouts and one walk across seven innings during a no-decision against the Astros on Wednesday.
This was Mahle's best start in more than a month, but Astros starter Gerrit Cole pitched just a little bit better. Therefore, despite the team victory, Mahle didn't log the win. Mahle did managed to drop his season ERA and improved his K/BB rate to 4.44. He remains 2-7 with a 4.17 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and 80 strikeouts in 77.2 innings this season. The right-hander will make his next start Tuesday at the Angels.
Mahle (2-7) took the loss Friday, allowing four runs on four hits and three walks over 4.1 innings while striking out four as the Reds fell 7-1 to the Rangers.
It was the right-hander's shortest outing of the year -- Mahle had lasted at least five innings in each of his first dozen appearances. He'll carry a 4.46 ERA and 73:17 K:BB through 70.2 innings into his next start Wednesday, at home against the Astros.
Mahle (2-6) allowed three runs (two earned) on four hits with two strikeouts and no walks across five innings while taking a loss against the Phillies on Friday.
The 24-year-old was cruising through four innings, but then in the fifth he yielded three straight hits, including a two-run homer to Jay Bruce. The other hit came around to score on a throwing error by Tucker Barnhart. Mahle has been inconsistent, but he's been better than his record, especially lately. He is 2-2 with a 3.99 ERA in his last six outings. Overall, Mahle owns a 4.21 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and 69 strikeouts in 66.1 innings this season. He will face the Rangers at home in his next start Friday.
Mahle won't start Thursday's series finale against the Cardinals following Wednesday's postponement.
Wednesday's scheduled pitcher Anthony DeSclafani will instead take the mound for the Reds with an additional day of rest. The team has yet to announce when Mahle will return to the mound, but two scheduled off days next week means the Reds could operate without a fifth starter until June 18.
Mahle (2-5) earned the win after allowing three runs on five hits and two walks while striking out eight over five innings against the Nationals on Friday.
Mahle's offense supplied him with five runs in the bottom of the first inning, and it was all he needed to come away with the win. He surrendered one run in the second, one in the fourth and another in the fifth prior to departing with a 9-3 lead. The 24-year-old right-hander desperately needed a solid outing following a start in which he yielded six runs over five innings, and he got one. Mahle owns a 4.26 ERA with 67 punchouts across 61.1 innings this season.
Mahle allowed six runs on nine hits (including three homers) in five innings Saturday against the Cubs. He walked one and struck out five and did not factor into the decision.
The start was probably Mahle's worst of the season, as he'd yet to allow more than five runs in any previous outing. Most of the damage was done in the fourth inning, when Addison Russell hit a two-run homer and Anthony Rizzo followed with a two-run double. The game was a shootout throughout, so Mahle avoided the loss despite the Reds eventually losing, but his ERA rose by over half a run to 4.15. He'll get the chance to bring that number back down Friday against Washington.
Mahle (1-5) threw six scoreless innings, allowing only four hits with two walks and five strikeouts to earn his first victory of the season against the Dodgers on Saturday.
While this was his first win, Mahle has pitched much better than his 1-5 record indicates, including twice taking a loss when he allowed just one run. On two more occasions, Mahle yielded one or no runs but did not factor into the decision. He also has a strong 54:11 K:BB. Mahle possesses a 3.51 ERA, 1.17 WHIP in 51.1 innings as well. He will be looking for his second win during his next start at Wrigley Field next Saturday.
Mahle surrendered four runs on six hits and a walk while striking out eight over 6.1 innings Sunday in a no-decision against the Giants.
All four of Mahle's runs came via the home-run ball, as he gave up a two-run blast in the first and seventh innings. He did manage to pound the strike zone, however, tossing 68 of 93 pitches for strikes. The right-hander owns a 3.97 ERA with a 49:8 K:BB through 45.1 innings this season.
Mahle (0-5) took the loss Tuesday, giving up one run on three hits and a walk over six innings while striking out eight as the Reds were downed 2-0 by the A's.
The right-hander was sharp in delivering his second quality start of the season, but unfortunately Mike Fiers was busy throwing a no-hitter for Oakland. Mahle's winless record belies a solid 3.69 ERA and 41:8 K:BB through 39 innings, and he'll look for more run support in his next outing Sunday in San Francisco.
Mahle (0-4) allowed one run on four hits with seven strikeouts and no walks across five innings in a loss to the Mets on Thursday.
Unfortunately, Mahle ran into an unstoppable Noah Syndergaard, who tossed a complete-game shutout. Owners should still be pleased with this performance, though, as it was Mahle's best since April 10. The only run he allowed Thursday was on a homer by Syndergaard. As encouraging as this is, the lack of run support is nothing new, and Mahle has been unable to earn a win this year in large part because of it. He is 0-4 with a 4.09 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 33 strikeouts in 33 innings. His next scheduled start is on the road against the Athletics on Tuesday.
Mahle (0-3) took the loss Saturday, allowing five runs on seven hits and three walks while striking out two over five innings against St. Louis.
Mahle, who has not recorded a win in his five starts this season, wasn't fooling the Cardinals, as he generated just three swinging strikes. The 24-year-old was primarily victimized by Marcell Ozuna, who reached him for a three-run homer in the third inning and a two-run double in the fifth. Mahle has a 4.50 ERA and a 1.39 WHIP, and he'll look to rebound Thursday at Citi Field against the Mets.
Mahle (0-2) allowed four earned runs on seven hits and no walks while striking out nine across six innings to take the loss Sunday against the Padres.
Mahle was largely effective outside of a disastrous third inning, during which he surrendered six hits, including three that went for extra bases. His nine strikeouts were backed up by 20 called strikes and 13 swinging strikes. Despite allowing four earned runs in consecutive starts, Mahle has an impressive 24:4 K:BB over 23 frames, giving hope that he will turn in a better start his next time out despite a tough match-up Saturday against the Cardinals.
Mahle (0-1) yielded four runs on 11 hits with three strikeouts and no walks across six innings in a loss to the Dodgers on Tuesday.
While it was nice to see him with better control -- Mahle walked four hitters in five innings during his last start -- the 11 hits he allowed were more than what he yielded in his first two outings combined. Tuesday's outing raised his batting average against to .277, which is actually still a little lower than what he allowed last season. Overall, Mahle is 0-1 with a 2.65 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 15 strikeouts in 17 innings this season. His next scheduled start is on the road against the Padres.
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