Trivino allowed no hits and one walk in a scoreless ninth inning to earn the save against the Yankees on Friday.
Trivino was unable to record any strikeouts in Friday's appearance, but he preserved the 5-3 lead to earn his 12th save of the year. The right-hander has earned three saves in his last four appearances and has tossed 8.1 scoreless innings across his last eight outings.
Trivino stuck out one batter in a perfect ninth inning Monday, picking up a save against the Angels.
Trivino had no problem rolling through the Angels in the ninth inning, needing just 12 pitches to secure the 8-5 win. He's gone 14.2 straight innings without allowing an earned run dating back to May 5. The 29-year-old owns a 2.25 ERA and is now 11-for-13 in save chances this season.
Trivino fired a perfect ninth inning while striking out two to secure the save in the win over the Royals on Sunday.
Trivino retired the side to record his 10th save of the season. This was a good showing for him, as he easily finished the game and received another save opportunity over teammate Jake Diekman, who pitched the eighth inning. Trivino surrendered five of his eight runs allowed this season in one appearance May 5, but he has not allowed any runs since then. The 29-year-old carries a 2.32 ERA and a 1.19 WHIP across 31 innings.
Trivino (3-2) recorded the victory in a win over the Royals on Friday, firing 1.1 scoreless innings during which he allowed two hits and recorded two strikeouts.
The right-hander was rewarded for his impressive 20-pitch effort with his third victory of the season when Elvis Andrus hit a game-winning single in the ninth inning. Following a forgettable five-earned-run outing over one-third of an inning against the Blue Jays on May 5, Trivino has rattled off 12.2 scoreless innings across 12 appearances, lowering his ERA to a career-low 2.40 and garnering two wins, four saves and a hold in the process.
Trivino saved Tuesday's 5-2 win against the Diamondbacks, allowing no runs and one hit in the ninth inning.
Called on to protect a three-run lead, Trivino induced a David Peralta flyout after allowing a Pavin Smith infield single with two outs to secure his ninth save of the season. Oakland has employed a two-headed approach at the end of games this season with Trivino and Jake Diekman, though Trivino has recorded the team's last three saves and appears to be manager Bob Melvin's top choice currently.
Trivino earned the save over the Rockies on Saturday, pitching a scoreless inning during which he gave up one hit and struck out one.
Trivino was called upon in the ninth inning to protect a three-run lead. He gave up a two-out single but nothing more to notch his eighth save. Since yielding five runs in a disastrous outing May 5, Trevino has not allowed an earned run over his subsequent nine outings covering 9.1 innings.
Trivino (2-2) allowed two unearned runs on a hit and a walk over two-thirds of an inning in Monday's extra-inning loss to Seattle.
Trivino allowed the initial runner to score the game-tying run on a Ty France single in the bottom of the 10th inning. A Matt Olson error put runners on second and third, and Tom Murphy's sacrifice fly was enough to stick Trivino with the loss. It's just the second blown save in nine chances this year for the 29-year-old. He's added a 2.81 ERA, 1.25 WHIP, 24:14 K:BB and four holds in 25.2 innings.
Trivino hurled a perfect ninth inning against the Angels on Friday, striking out one batter and picking up the save.
The right-hander faced little resistance en route to his seventh save of the campaign, needing only nine pitches to set down all three batters he faced. Since a disastrous blowup against Toronto on May 5 during which he allowed five runs in one-third of an inning, Trivino has pitched seven times covering 7.2 frames without allowing an earned run. His 24:13 K:BB across 25 innings this season is nothing special, but Trivino has mostly been effective by converting all but one of his eight save opportunities.
Trivino (2-1) was credited with the victory in a win over the Twins on Sunday, firing 1.1 scoreless innings during which he allowed a hit and no walks.
Trivino continued his recent solid stretch of pitching with an efficient 17-pitch outing that saw him lower his ERA to 3.27. The right-hander has generated four consecutive scoreless appearances and should continue seeing a fantasy-friendly mix of hold and save chances, along with the occasional decision.
Trivino, who fired a scoreless ninth inning in a win over the Twins on Friday, has three consecutive scoreless appearances since giving up five earned runs over one-third of an inning to the Blue Jays on May 5.
Manager Bob Melvin got his part-time closer some low-leverage work in Friday's 6-1 win, giving Trivino an opportunity to build on a strong stretch of outings following his May 5 meltdown versus Toronto. The 29-year-old picked up a save and a hold in his other two trips to the mound since that appearance, and he and left-hander Jake Diekman figure to continue divvying up save chances during Trevor Rosenthal's long recovery from thoracic outlet syndrome surgery.
Trivino picked up his sixth save of the season Saturday against the Rays after giving up one hit and one walk while fanning two across 1.1 innings.
Trivino was coming off a woeful performance in his previous outing, but he bounced back here. The 29-year-old right-hander was called upon in the eighth with one out and struck out Mike Brosseau to end the inning, but things got a bit more complicated in the ninth -- he loaded the bases with no outs. However, he still found a way to get the job done. Trivino is now 6-for-7 in save chances and should remain as one of the Athletics' top options for saves.
Trivino (1-1) was tagged with the loss and the blown save Tuesday against the Blue Jays, allowing five runs on three hits and two walks while retiring only one batter.
For the second straight outing, Trivino was summoned in the eighth inning rather than the ninth. The results weren't pretty, as the right-hander allowed five baserunners and retired only one hitter. Trivino entered the contest with a 1.59 ERA, five saves and three holds, so it's unlikely that one poor outing will knock him out of a high-leverage role. However, given his usage over the past two outings, it stands to reason that the Athletics aren't committed to using Trivino exclusively as their closer.
Trivino was deployed in the eighth inning of a win over the Blue Jays on Monday, securing his third hold while allowing an earned run on two hits and a wild pitch over one frame. He struck out two.
Trivino did himself no favors by allowing two of the first three batters he faced to reach and then uncorking a run-scoring wild pitch, but he rebounded to retire the last two hitters and escape the frame without further damage. The right-hander had just notched his fifth save Sunday versus Baltimore, so his eighth-inning assignment Monday isn't cause for concern from a fantasy perspective.
Trivino recorded his fifth save of the season against Baltimore on Sunday after pitching a scoreless ninth inning, though he allowed a hit and a walk.
Trivino entered the ninth with a two-run lead, and while his command wasn't entirely sharp -- he tossed only nine of his 18 pitches for strikes -- he still got the job done despite having runners on first and second with just one out at one point. The 29-year-old right-hander is now 5-for-5 in save opportunities this season and should remain as Oakland's ninth-inning guy moving forward.
Trivino allowed one hit and struck out one in a scoreless ninth inning to earn the save Thursday against the Rays.
Trivino was called up to to maintain a one-run lead and was able to strand the game-tying run at third base. He's now a perfect 4-4-for-4 in save opportunities this season. Jake Diekman has also gotten some ninth-inning work, though he pitched in the eighth inning and earned the win Thursday. Trivino now has secured each of the team's last two saves, and he should continue to see chances moving forward.
Trivino gave up a hit and a walk while striking out one in a scoreless ninth inning Monday to record his third save of the season in a 2-1 win over the Rays.
After Jake Diekman got the last two saves for the A's, the southpaw worked the eighth inning Monday with Tampa Bay's 9-1-2 hitters due up, leaving closing duties to Trivino. Manager Bob Melvin seems comfortable using both relievers with the game on the line, so it's unlikely either one will run away with the closer role, but Trivino has certainly pitched well enough to secure his high-leverage spot. On the season, he's 3-for-3 on save chances with a 1.29 ERA and 16:6 K:BB through 14 innings.
Trivino allowed two earned runs on two hits and a walk over 1.2 innings in an extra-inning win over the Twins on Wednesday. He struck out three.
Charged with preserving a 10-10 tie in the top of the 10th after getting through the ninth unscathed, Trivino allowed a go-ahead two-run homer to Byron Buxton but was ultimately bailed out by the Athletics' three-run rally in the home half of the frame. The round tripper marked the first time the right-hander had been scored upon since his second outing of the season back on April 3 against the Astros.
Trivino (1-0) notched his first win in a victory over the Tigers on Sunday, allowing one hit and no walks over a scoreless ninth inning. He struck out one.
The right-handed closer successfully preserved a 2-2 tie in the top half of the ninth and then was rewarded with his first victory when Matt Olson came home with the winning run on a fielding error. So far, so good for Trivino in his ninth-inning role, as he's converted both save chances in addition to garnering Sunday's win, all within the last six days.
Trivino allowed one hit in a scoreless ninth inning and picked up a save Friday against Detroit.
Trivino allowed a leadoff single to Willi Castro but quickly wiped it out with a double play. The 29-year-old has recorded six straight scoreless outings, lowering his season ERA to 0.93 with a hold and two saves.
Trivino earned the save during Tuesday's win over the Diamondbacks with one walk and zero strikeouts during a scoreless ninth inning.
The 29-year-old issued a one-out walk to Tim Locastro, but the right-hander quickly induced a double play to close out the game and notch his first save of 2021. Trivino has allowed one run on two hits with a 9:4 K:BB through 8.2 innings this season.
|Last 7 Games|
|06/18||@ NYY||W 5-3||1||1.0||0||0||1||0|
|06/16||vs LAA||W 8-4||1.0||0||0||0||1|
|06/14||vs LAA||W 8-5||1||1.0||0||0||0||1|
|06/13||vs KC||W 6-3||1||1.0||0||0||0||2|
|06/11||vs KC||W 4-3||1||1.1||2||0||0||2|
|06/09||vs ARI||W 4-0||1.0||0||0||1||0|
|06/08||vs ARI||W 5-2||1||1.0||1||0||0||0|
|More Pitching Stats|
|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2013||ASX-Vermont Lake Monster||60.2||14||10||0||3||4||0||47||20||53||3.14||1.213|