Jurado (6-10) pitched a eight-inning complete game against the White Sox on Thursday but was charged with the loss after surrendering six runs on 10 hits and a walk while striking out two.
It was yet another rough outing for the right-hander, who has now allowed 41 runs (34 earned) over 40.2 innings in his eight starts since the All-Star break. On the bright side, Jurado tossed a career-high eight innings, doing so with 112 pitches. The 23-year-old now owns a 5.48 ERA and 1.50 WHIP on the season and will look to bounce back Wednesday at Angel Stadium.
Jurado (6-9) allowed eight runs (two earned) off seven hits and two walks over two innings as he was charged with the loss Saturday against the Twins.
The 23-year-old's second-half woes continued, as Jurado has now allowed 35 runs (28 earned) with a 1.66 WHIP over 32.2 innings in his seven starts since the All-Star break. The right-hander now carries a 5.38 ERA with 72 strikeouts this season. Jurado will look to turn things around Thursday on the road against the White Sox.
Jurado (6-8) gave up eight runs on 11 hits and one walk while striking out three through 3.2 innings to take the loss against the Blue Jays on Monday.
Jurado allowed five runs before a disastrous fourth inning in which the Blue Jays scored eight runs -- three of which were charged to the 23-year-old. Jurado has a 5.31 ERA with 72 strikeouts through 15 starts this season. He will make his next start Saturday against the Twins at Globe Life Park in Arlington.
Jurado (6-7) allowed two earned runs on three hits and two walks while striking out five across seven innings to take the loss in the first game of a doubleheader Wednesday against the Indians.
Jurado's lone blemish came in his final frame when he was taken deep for a two-run home run by Jose Ramirez. Otherwise, he contained the Indians' offense by holding them hitless through 4.2 innings and allowing only one extra-base hit. Jurado has had an up and down season, though he has now worked seven innings in two of his past three starts. Overall, he's managed a 4.74 ERA and 1.38 WHIP with 69 strikeouts across 93 innings for the campaign. He'll draw his next start Monday at Toronto.
Jurado won't make his scheduled start Tuesday at Cleveland since the game was postponed due to rain.
The contest will be made up via a traditional doubleheader Wednesday, and Jurado will take the mound for the matinee. Lance Lynn will start Game 2.
Jurado didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 8-5 loss to the Mariners, allowing four runs (three earned) on seven hits and two walks over four innings while striking out three.
The 23-year-old needed 86 pitches (55 strikes) to record 12 outs, giving up runs in each of the first three innings, and only a Texas rally in the sixth inning took Jurado off the hook for his seventh loss of the year. He'll carry a 4.92 ERA and 64:27 K:BB through 86 innings into his next start Monday in Cleveland.
Jurado (6-6) picked up the win against the Athletics on Thursday, giving up three earned runs on three hits over seven innings, striking out six and walking two as the Rangers took an 11-3 victory.
Jurado had been knocked around for five earned in each of his last two starts, but he bounced back with an excellent outing in this contest, limiting Oakland to just three hits on the evening before departing with the Rangers comfortably ahead. The solid performance moves the 23-year-old's ERA to 4.83 and his WHIP to 1.39 through 82 innings ahead of his next scheduled start, which will see him take on the Mariners at home on Wednesday.
Jurado (5-6) took the loss Saturday, giving up five runs on eight hits and a walk over five innings while striking out four as the Rangers fell 5-1 to the Astros.
Five of the eight hits off Jurado went for extra bases, including a three-run homer by Yuli Gurriel that effectively chased him from the game. The 23-year-old right-hander will carry a 4.92 ERA and 55:23 K:BB through 75 innings into his next start Thursday in Oakland.
Jurado (5-5) allowed five runs on seven hits with four walks and three strikeouts across four innings while taking a loss against the Astros on Sunday.
The Astros scored three against Jurado in the first, and when the Rangers answered with a couple runs in the bottom of the frame, the Astros again scored in the second. Jurado was uncharacteristically wild, allowing a season-high four walks. Three of those four free passes scored. Jurado owns a 4.63 ERA, 1.43 WHIP and 51 strikeouts in 70 innings across 20 appearances, including 10 starts this season. He is scheduled to face the Astros again on the road Sunday.
Jurado (5-4) took the loss Wednesday as the Rangers were downed 6-2 by the Angels, surrendering six runs on seven hits and a walk over six innings while striking out seven.
The young right-hander kept most of the Angels' lineup in check and posted a season high in strikeouts, but he unfortunately couldn't solve Mike Trout, who took Jurado deep twice. He'll carry a 4.38 ERA and 48:16 K:BB through 63.2 innings into the All-Star break.
Jurado (5-3) picked up the win against the Tigers on Thursday, giving up six hits, striking out four and walking one over seven scoreless innings as the Rangers took a 3-1 victory.
The right-hander spun a gem in this contest, throwing 70 of his 100 pitches for strikes while keeping the Tigers off the scoreboard over seven solid frames and picking up his fifth win of the season. He's been on a nice run lately aside from a seven-run blowup against the Reds on June 16, as he's now fired five quality starts since May 26. For the season, Jurado sports a 3.90 ERA, 1.34 WHIP and 41:15 K:BB over 57.2 innings.
Jurado allowed four runs on six hits and one walk while striking out three over six innings in a no-decision Friday against the White Sox.
Jurado squandered an early 2-0 lead, ceding a three-run home run in the second inning, before retiring 10 of the 11 final batters he faced. He's allowed a homer in each of his seven starts since joining the rotation. His body of work as a starter has been largely good though, record four quality starts in six trips to the mound with only one bad outing heavily skewing his 4.44 ERA.
Jurado (4-3) allowed seven runs on nine hits with no strikeouts and one walk across three innings while taking a loss against the Rangers on Sunday.
With this stinker, Jurado snapped his streak of four straight quality starts. His ERA also shot up more than a run. His numbers aren't nearly as good as before Sunday, but he's still been a pleasant surprise to owners in 2019. Jurado is 4-3 with a 4.23 ERA, 1.41 WHIP and 34 strikeouts in 44.2 innings this season. He will look to get back on track at home against the White Sox on Friday.
Jurado (4-2) allowed three earned runs on five hits and three walks while striking out six across six innings to earn the win Tuesday against the Red Sox.
Jurado looked to be in line for a poor outing, allowing three earned runs in his first three innings of work. However, he received plenty of run support and held the Red Sox to just three baserunners in his final three innings of work to record his fourth consecutive quality start. Jurado has proven to be one of the biggest surprises of the season, compiling a 3.02 ERA and 1.27 WHIP across 41.2 innings of work to go along with 34 strikeouts. He'll look to keep things going on Sunday as the Rangers travel to hitter-friendly Great American Ball Park to face the Reds.
Jurado (2-1) allowed three runs on eight hits and one walk across six innings to earn the win Thursday against the Orioles. He struck out six.
Jurado gave up his share of baserunners as he allowed baserunners in three different innings. Fortunately, he limited the O's to just two extra-base hits and walked just one as be battled through six frames for his third consecutive quality start. Jurado owns a sharp 2.78 ERA and a 1.26 WHIP through 23.1 innings, but he will face a tough matchup in his next outing on the road against the Red Sox.
Jurado (2-2) allowed two runs on five hits and three walks while striking out six over six innings Friday in a win over the Royals.
Baserunners were plentiful during Jurado's six innings of work, but he managed to dance around danger for the most part, yielding a run in the second and in the fifth. He was lifted from the contest down 2-0, but his offense struck for six runs in the bottom of the sixth inning, putting Jurado in line for the victory. The 23-year-old right-hander owns a 2.43 ERA and 1.21 WHIP with 22 punchouts through 29.2 innings this season
Jurado pitched 6.1 innings and received a no-decision versus the Angels on Sunday, allowing two runs on six hits and two walks while striking out three.
Jurado didn't fool many hitters -- he induced only two swinging strikes -- but was nonetheless effective in his second start of the season. He was in line for a win but was pulled after giving up a one-out single in the seventh, then watched the Rangers' shaky bullpen allow six runs to cross the plate before the inning was over. After throwing only 76 pitches in his first start, Jurado tossed 94 on Sunday, a good indication that he is ready to take on a full-time starting role. He is projected to next face the Royals on Friday.
Jurado pitched an inning of relief in Wednesday's 2-1 win over Seattle. He allowed a hit and a walk while striking out two.
Jurado is still on schedule to start Sunday against the Angels, so Wednesday's appearance was merely an in-between starts throwing session. Rangers manager Chris Woodward needs to be ready to use anyone in relief given the shaky nature of the rotation. Texas' starters rank 27th in ERA (5.44) and 28th in innings pitched per start (4.7).
Jurado pitched well enough Saturday to earn another look as a starter, T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com reports.
Jurado allowed four runs (two earned) over 4.1 innings but was sitting on 55 pitches and one unearned run over the first four innings. He tired in the fifth and wasn't helped by his defense or reliever Jeanmar Gomez, who allowed inherited runners to score. "I think he did a really good job, especially not being built out to throw 80-90 pitches," manager Chris Woodward said. "He was up to  today. Next time out he will obviously get deeper in his pitch count but even at the end he was throwing the ball pretty good. He was in command the whole day. I thought he did a really good job for us." The key phrase in Woodward's comments are "next time out," indicating Jurado earned a second start, which is projected to be Friday on the road in Anaheim against the Angels.
Jurado (1-2) took the loss Saturday against the Cardinals by allowing four runs (two earned) on five hits across 4.1 innings. He struck out four and walked one.
Jurado likely deserved a better fate, but an error and a passed ball led to a pair of unearned runs. The performance was still his longest in the majors this season, as the 23-year-old previously worked out of the bullpen. Jurado has a 2.20 ERA, 1.10 WHIP and 11:2 K:BB over 16.1 innings and lines up to face the Angels next weekend, assuming he gets another turn in the starting rotation.
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