Webb is scheduled to start Tuesday's game at Boston, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports.
Webb has struggled in his last two outings with 12 runs allowed (11 earned) over 7.1 innings, but he'll receive another chance in the rotation Tuesday. The 22-year-old has a 6.75 ERA, 1.76 WHIP and 22:7 K:BB through his first five big-league starts (22.2 innings).
Webb (1-2) was charged with the loss against the Pirates on Wednesday, surrendering four runs on seven hits and a walk while striking out four across 4.2 innings.
It certainly wasn't a solid start by any means, but only two of Webb's seven hits allowed went for extra bases. The right-hander didn't allow any home runs, and he only walked one batter. Not bad for the young 22-year-old, who owns a 6.75 ERA and 1.76 WHIP across five starts for the Giants this season. His status in the rotation is not guaranteed, especially with Johnny Cueto (elbow) set to return off the injured list.
Webb is slated to make his next scheduled start Wednesday against the Pirates.
After word surfaced over the weekend that Johnny Cueto (elbow) would return from the 60-day injured list to start Tuesday, Webb looked at risk of having his next start skipped, if not bumped from the rotation entirely. Instead, the Giants will merely push the rookie back a day in the pitching schedule after he was roughed up for eight runs (seven earned) in 2.2 innings in start in St. Louis last week. Webb delivered three mostly promising starts before the blowup, so he'll get a chance to redeem himself in a home matchup versus a 62-81 Pirates squad.
Webb, who was originally slated to pitch Tuesday against the Pirates, will have his start moved back with Johnny Cueto (elbow) returning from the injured list for that contest, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
The Giants did not announce when Webb's next start will take place, nor whether his next appearance would even come as a starter. The rookie has been inconsistent through four starts (6.50 ERA with a 9.0 K/9), but his fellow young, back-end starters Dereck Rodriguez (5.15 ERA over 87.1 innings) and Tyler Beede (5.33 ERA over 101.1 innings) haven't fared much better. Expect the club to make an official announcement on the rotation in the coming days.
Webb (1-1) allowed eight runs (seven earned) on eight hits and two walks while striking out two across 2.2 innings to take the loss Thursday against the Cardinals.
Webb was hit hard from start to finish in his brief start, surrendering three earned runs in the first inning prior to allowing four more in the third frame. He allowed only one long ball, but let six of the last eight batters he faced to reach base. Webb had pitched respectably through the first three starts of his career, as he entered Thursday's contest with a 3.52 ERA and a 16:4 K:BB. He'll look to get back to that form in his next start, currently scheduled for Tuesday against the Pirates.
Webb did not factor in the decision Saturday versus the Padres, allowing a run on seven hits and a walk. He struck out seven over 5.2 innings.
Webb got just a single run of support in the form of Austin Slater's solo home run in the first inning, and he gave up the game-tying single to Manuel Margot in the sixth inning, ending his appearance. The 22-year-old owns a 3.52 ERA in 15.1 innings across three career starts. He's not guaranteed to stay in the rotation when Johnny Cueto (elbow) returns, but Webb should see at least one more start, likely Thursday versus the Cardinals.
Webb yielded four runs on six hits and two walks over 4.2 frames Sunday, striking out two batters in the win over Oakland. He did not factor in the decision.
Webb struggled in the second inning, allowing three runs, including a solo shot to Mark Canha who hit two long balls on the day. It was a disappointing outing for the 22-year-old rookie after he struck out seven and allowed just one run in his MLB debut. Should he get another shot in the rotation, Webb will likely see the Padres at home Saturday.
Webb has been confirmed as Sunday's starter against the A's, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
He was an option out of the bullpen Thursday against the Cubs but was not used, so he will make his scheduled start Sunday. He was effective in his big-league debut last week, giving up one earned run while striking out seven in five innings to pick up the win against the Diamondbacks. With Shaun Anderson (blister) and Johnny Cueto (elbow) expected back fairly soon, Webb's run in the rotation may not last long.
Webb is available in relief Thursday against the Cubs, but he will start Sunday against the Diamondbacks if he is not needed Thursday, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
The Giants won't use Webb unless they really need to during the day game at Wrigley Field. He was effective in his big-league debut last week, giving up one earned run while striking out seven in five innings to pick up the win against the Diamondbacks. With Shaun Anderson (blister) and Johnny Cueto (elbow) expected back fairly soon, Webb's run in the rotation may not last long.
Webb will stick in the big-league rotation for now, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports.
He won his big-league debut Saturday against the Diamondbacks and figures to pitch in next weekend's two-game series in Oakland. Madison Bumgarner may be bumped up to pitch during the upcoming Saturday, which would give Webb seven days of rest in between starts.
Webb (1-0) allowed two runs (one earned) on five hits and a walk while striking out seven over five innings to earn the win Saturday versus the Diamondbacks.
A two-run first inning was the only blemish on Webb's ledger, as he settled in nicely for the rest of the appearance. He tossed 54 of his 93 pitches for strikes. The right-hander may not be up with the Giants for long, as they have a five-game week ahead and may choose to roll with four starters.
Webb was officially promoted from Triple-A Sacramento ahead of Saturday's start against the Diamondbacks.
Joey Rickard was optioned, freeing up a spot for Webb on the 25-man roster. Webb was excellent in his 41.1 innings at Double-A this season, posting a 2.40 FIP and 19.6 K-BB%, and he followed that up with seven strong innings in his Triple-A debut Monday. The Giants have two off days next week, so Webb is not a lock to stick around for the rest of August.
Webb will be recalled from Triple-A Sacramento to start Saturday's game against the Diamondbacks, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Webb was rumored to be in the mix for Saturday's start earlier in the week, and skipper Bruce Bochy confirmed prior to Friday's clash that Webb will toe the rubber for the third game of the series. He's ready to make his major-league debut after surrendering just one run over seven innings during his last start Monday against Triple-A Nashville. Webb won't be guaranteed any starts beyond this weekend, but if he fares well in his MLB debut, he could unseat the struggling Tyler Beede in the rotation.
Manager Bruce Bochy mentioned Webb as a candidate to fill the opening in the Giants' rotation Saturday against the Diamondbacks, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Since Webb is already on the 40-man roster, is stretched out to start and would be available on his normal four days' rest, he makes for a logical choice to fill the rotation spot that was vacated by Shaun Anderson's (finger) recent move to the injured list. Webb posted a 1.92 ERA in 11 starts at Double-A Richmond before moving up to Triple-A Sacramento this week and excelling in his Pacific Coast League debut, holding Nashville to one run on seven hits while striking out seven in seven innings. Anderson is expected back from the IL next week, so Webb would likely only be in line for a spot start if he gets a callup.
Webb was promoted to Triple-A Sacramento on Friday, Dalton Johnson of NBC Sports reports.
One of the top pitching prospects in the Giants' system, Webb was suspended for 80 games earlier this year for testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance. He recorded a 2.18 ERA, 1.28 WHIP and 47:12 K:BB in 41.1 innings at Double-A after logging 30.2 innings at that level in 2018. Webb could join the big-league rotation later this season or early next season.
Webb was reinstated from the restricted list Saturday, Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic reports.
Webb returns from his 80-game suspension for testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs and will report to Double-A Richmond, where he'll start Sunday. In five starts at the Double-A level this season, the 22-year-old has an ERA of 2.00 with a 1.15 WHIP. The right-hander could be a candidate to join the major-league club once rosters expand in September. Ty Blach was designated for assignment in a corresponding move.
Webb (suspension) was placed on the restricted list Wednesday.
This comes after Webb was handed an 80-game suspension for testing positive for a performance-enhancing drug Wednesday. The suspension will likely keep the right-hander out until late July, while his placement on the restricted list frees up a spot on the team's 40-man roster for the addition of catcher Stephen Vogt. Prior to getting suspended, Webb -- one of the Giants' better pitching prospects -- compiled a 2.00 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 31:7 K:BB through five starts (27 innings) with Double-A Richmond.
Webb received an 80-game suspension Wednesday after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance, MLBPipeline.com reports.
One of the better pitching prospects in the Giants' system, Webb was enjoying a strong season for Double-A Richmond, posting a 2.00 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 31:7 K:BB in 27 innings across his first five starts. The suspension will keep him sidelined until late July, robbing him of some crucial development time but otherwise doing little to dramatically alter his long-term outlook. Assuming he's able to pick up where he left off once eligible to rejoin Richmond, Webb might have a shot at cracking the big-league rotation at some point in 2020.
Webb was optioned to the minors Friday.
Webb spent the start of camp on the big-league side, throwing 2.2 scoreless spring innings. With just six starts at the Double-A level under his belt, he's likely a year away from pushing for a major-league job.
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