Peters (4-4) gave up seven runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out two through 3.1 innings to take the loss against the Astros on Sunday.
Peters was hit early and often as he allowed three home runs in the disastrous start. It was a rough finish for the 27-year-old, as he posted a 8.91 ERA and an 11:11 K:BB in his final five starts. Peters finishes the season with a 5.38 ERA and 55 strikeouts in 72 innings.
Peters (4-3) got the win against the Athletics on Tuesday, giving up two earned runs on five hits over five innings, striking out three and walking one in the Angels' 3-2 victory.
The 27-year-old gave up a two-run homer to Khris Davis in the fourth inning, but turned in a solid outing aside from that on his way to his fourth win of the year. The outing gives Peters a 4.72 ERA, 1.49 WHIP and 53:24 K:BB in 2019. He's scheduled to make one more start before the end of the regular season, Sunday in a home matchup against the Astros.
Peters gave up two runs on five hits and two walks while striking out two in four innings Wednesday against the Yankees. He did not factor in the decision.
In three starts this month, Peters has logged a total of 11.1 innings and has not topped 4.1 innings in a start. He could make two starts next week (A's, Astros) if the Angels leave the rotation as is.
Peters (3-3) took the loss Wednesday, giving up four runs on five hits and three walks over three innings as the Angels were downed 4-3 by Cleveland. He struck out only one.
Four of the five hits off the southpaw went for extra bases, including homers by Francisco Lindor and Carlos Santana, and the Angels couldn't climb out of the early hole Peters had dug. He hasn't been able to complete five innings in four of his last five starts, and Peters will carry a 4.83 ERA and 48:21 K:BB through 59.2 innings into his next outing Sept. 18, on the road against the Yankees.
Peters didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 5-4 win over the White Sox, giving up four runs on six hits and three walks over 4.1 innings while striking out three.
The lefty threw only 54 of 88 pitches for strikes before getting the hook, and Peters was headed for his third loss until the Angels staged a late comeback. He'll take a 4.45 ERA and 47:18 K:BB through 56.2 innings into his next start Wednesday, at home against Cleveland.
Peters pitched 6.1 innings Saturday, allowing four runs (three earned) on seven hits while striking out six in a 10-4 win over the Red Sox.
Peters was on the hook for the loss until the Angels rallied for seven runs in the eighth inning to bail out the starter. In six August starts, Peters pitched to a 1-2 record and 4.67 ERA over 34.2 innings. He has a 4.13 ERA and 1.38 WHIP in 52.1 innings overall this season. The southpaw will face the Athletics on the road Thursday for his next start.
Peters (3-2) took the loss Saturday at Houston after surrendering five runs on six hits over 4.2 innings. He walked two and struck out two.
Peters served up a two-run homer to Michael Brantley and a three-run homer to Alex Bregman before he was pulled in the fifth inning. The 26-year-old has given up 10 runs (nine earned) in his last two outings, and he'll look to get back on track versus the Red Sox next weekend.
Peters lasted four innings in a no-decision against the Rangers on Monday, giving up five runs (four earned) on seven hits, striking out three and walking four as the Angels eventually fell 8-7 in extra innings.
Peters had tossed three quality starts in a row coming into the contest, but he saw that come to an end against the Rangers, as he struggled with his efficiency en route to throwing 106 pitches over just four frames. The left-hander now sports a 3.92 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 36:13 K:BB across 41.1 innings on the season.
Peters (3-1) earned the win Wednesday after holding the Pirates to two runs on four hits and a walk while striking out six over six innings.
Peters got off to a tough start with shaky command, issuing a leadoff walk and hitting the next two batters with a pitch before surrendering a pair of runs in the first inning. The southpaw soon settled into a better groove, holding the Pirates scoreless the rest of the way. The 26-year-old, who was coming off a season-high, eight-strikeout outing against the Red Sox, certainly has the potential to continue making a major impact on the Angels' rotation. He now owns a 3.38 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 33:9 K:BB over nine appearances (four starts) and will look for his next win during a road matchup against the Rangers on Monday.
Peters (2-1) allowed three runs on five hits and one walk across six innings while taking the loss Thursday against the Red Sox. He struck out eight.
Two swings of the bat accounted for the major damage against Peters, including a two-run home run from Sam Travis in the second inning and a solo shot from Sandy Leon in the fifth. Otherwise, he pitched quite well, tying his career high in strikeouts while turning in a quality start. Peters' second straight strong outing lowered his ERA to 3.45 heading into next week's home matchup against the Pirates.
Peters didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 7-3 loss to Cleveland, allowing three runs on eight hits while striking out five over 7.2 innings of relief.
While entering the game after opener Taylor Cole didn't allow Peters to qualify for a quality start, the southpaw provided the bulk-relief equivalent, throwing 64 of 104 pitches for strikes to finish out the game and give the rest of the Angels' bullpen the night off. Peters will take a 3.20 ERA and 19:7 K:BB through 25.1 innings into his next outing Thursday in Boston.
Peters won't start Friday's game at Cleveland but will follow an opener, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
Peters was expected to work as a traditional starter Friday, but he'll instead work behind opener Taylor Cole. Peters has a 3.06 ERA, 1.58 WHIP and 14:7 K:BB through 17.2 innings this season.
Peters is scheduled to start Friday's game against the Indians.
Peters re-entered the rotation last weekend for a home start versus Baltimore but didn't impress, working only four innings and giving up five runs (two earned) on seven hits and two walks. Despite the underwhelming outing, Peters will get another chance to start with the Angels still requiring a replacement in the rotation for the injured Andrew Heaney (shoulder).
Peters went four innings Saturday, allowing five runs on eight hits and two walks in a no-decision against the Orioles.. He struck out two in an eventual 8-7 loss.
Peters was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake to start the game, but he turned in his worst outing of the year. The 26-year-old was spared the loss when Shohei Ohtani hit a game-tying home run in the third inning, and Peters exited after one more frame with the game tied 5-5. The southpaw has a 4.58 ERA and 1.64 WHIP in 17.2 innings this season, with two of his six appearances coming as starts. If he remains in the majors, he lines up for a road start versus the Indians on Friday.
Peters was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake to start Saturday's game against the Orioles, Maria Torres of the Los Angeles Times reports.
The Angels have yet to announce a corresponding roster move, but it will have to involve a player going to the injured list, as Peters was sent to the minors less than 10 days ago (Tuesday). The lefty performed well in his most recent spot start for the big club, firing five scoreless innings while striking out four and earning the win against the Mariners last weekend.
Peters was optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake on Tuesday.
Peters delivered five scoreless frames in Sunday's spot start, but he nonetheless makes his way back to the minors. The 26-year-old has a 2.63 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 12:5 K:BB over 13.2 major-league innings this season and should be in consideration when the Angels require an additional starter in the future.
Peters (2-0) tossed five scoreless innings while earning the win Sunday against the Mariners, allowing four hits with two walks and four strikeouts.
Making his first start since June 8, Peters scattered baserunners effectively and allowed just one extra-base hit. He perhaps could've gone deeper into the game if not for an elevated pitch count, but it was still an effective outing nonetheless. Peters could have earned himself another opportunity in the starting rotation, but he'll likely be on a short leash until he flashes some consistency.
Peters was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake prior to his start Sunday against the Mariners, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
The 26-year-old southpaw has a 6.47 ERA in 57 innings at Triple-A and has given up four earned runs in 8.2 innings in the majors. He threw five innings in his most recent start, so he will be able to log a starter's workload, but he is still a pretty risky streaming option, given his lack of notable success against upper-level hitting.
Peters will be recalled to start Sunday against Seattle, Maria Torres of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Peters will fill in for Andrew Heaney, who landed on the injured list with shoulder inflammation Saturday. It's not clear whether he'll be pitching for the chance to remain in the rotation. He owns a poor 6.47 ERA in 57 innings for Triple-A Salt Lake this season but has a respectable 4.15 ERA in 8.2 innings at the big-league level.
The Angels optioned Peters to Triple-A Salt Lake on Sunday.
Peters worked as the primary pitcher in Saturday's 12-3 win over the Mariners and limited the opposition to three runs on seven hits and no walks over 5.2 innings. Despite his solid showing, Peters won't stick around with the big club since the Angels will get by with a four-man rotation during the upcoming week due to Wednesday's off day.
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