Sandoval (0-4) allowed one run on two hits and three walks over 3.1 innings in Friday's 4-0 loss to the Astros. He struck out three batters.
Sandoval's only mistake was a second-inning solo shot from Alex Bregman. Sandoval has found it hard to end up on the right side of decisions given his limited innings, as he's only pitched long enough to qualify for a win twice. The 22-year-old will end the season with a 5.03 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 42 strikeouts over 39.1 innings.
Sandoval didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 8-4 win over the Astros, giving up three runs on two hits and two walks over three innings. He struck out one.
The rookie was staked to a 3-0 lead before he set foot on the mound, but Sandoval then gave up three runs of his own in the bottom of the second inning and received the hook shortly afterwards. He's scheduled for one more outing in 2019, and he'll take a 5.25 ERA and 39:16 K:BB through 36 innings into a home rematch with Houston on Friday.
Sandoval allowed one run on two hits and a walk over four innings Sunday, striking out four in the Angels' win over the Rays. He did not factor into the decision.
After allowing a run in the first inning, Sandoval kept the Rays quiet for the rest of his outing. It was the first time this month that he finished at least four innings, but he's allowed one or fewer runs in three of his last four outings. He'll face a dangerous Astros lineup in Houston on Saturday.
Sandoval (0-3) took the loss against the Indians on Monday, giving up three earned runs on five hits over 3.1 innings, striking out four and walking two as the Angels fell 6-2.
Sandoval didn't have his best stuff in this contest, with most of the damage against him coming on a two-run homer he served up to Jason Kipnis in the second inning. The 22-year-old has a respectable 34:13 K:BB across 29 innings, but his 5.28 ERA is unimpressive and he's also on a pitch count limit, meaning he shouldn't be expected to work deep enough into games to qualify for decisions.
Sandoval (0-2) gave up one run on one hit and one walk while striking out three through 3.1 innings to take the loss against the Athletics on Wednesday.
Sandoval was effective, only allowing a solo home run and a walk through 3.1 innings before being pulled after 52 pitches. The Angels plan to limit Sandoval's pitch count for the rest of the month, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. The 22-year-old has a 4.91 ERA with a 30:11 K:BB through five starts this season. Sandoval is scheduled to make his next start Monday against the Indians at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
Sandoval gave up one hit and three walks while striking out nine through five scoreless innings in a no-decision against the Rangers on Wednesday.
Sandoval came out dealing, registering 20 swinging strikes in his 84 pitches. Sandoval was removed before facing the lineup for a third time despite his success and will likely be used in a similar fashion going forward. The 22-year-old has a 5.24 ERA with a 1.48 WHIP through five appearances. Sandoval is scheduled to make his next start Tuesday against the Athletics at RingCentral Coliseum.
Sandoval didn't factor into the decision in Wednesday's 8-7 loss to the Rangers, allowing four runs on eight hits over 3.1 innings. He struck out three.
The rookie was getting hit hard -- five of the eight hits against Sandoval went for extra bases, including a Willie Calhoun solo shot -- and he got the hook after tossing 74 pitches (47 strikes). Sandoval's line would have been even worse, but Miguel Del Pozo was able to shut down the two-on, one-out jam he inherited from the southpaw in the fourth inning. Sandoval will take a 6.75 ERA and 18:7 K:BB through his first 17.1 big-league innings into his next start Tuesday, a rematch back at home against Texas.
Sandoval (0-1) allowed three runs on five hits and a walk over 4.1 innings Friday, striking out three and taking the loss versus the White Sox.
Sandoval got into trouble in the third inning, allowing a pair of runs, and another run scored on his watch in the fourth. The 22-year-old now has a 5.79 ERA and 1.50 WHIP through 14 innings in the majors with a 15:7 K:BB. He's penciled in for Wednesday's road start against the Rangers.
Sandoval yielded four runs on six hits and four walks while striking out four over 4.2 innings Sunday against the Red Sox. He didn't factor into the decision.
Sandoval was spotted a three-run lead heading into the bottom of the second inning, but he'd surrender one in the second, two in the fourth and another in the fifth before exiting with a one-run deficit. Sunday marked just the second big-league start of Sandoval's career, and his status in the rotation remains uncertain moving forward.
Sandoval is listed as the starter for Sunday's game in Boston, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
He followed an opener (Taylor Cole) in his MLB debut Monday, and the Angels could still tweak things and have him follow an opener Sunday based on who is available, but for now he is listed as a traditional starter. Sandoval's high-effort delivery is not necessarily geared for the rotation, but it worked for him over five innings in Cincinnati, as he surrendered two earned runs on three hits and two walks while striking out eight. He logged a 6.41 ERA while striking out 66 in 60.1 innings (15 starts) at Triple-A. His struggles were largely due to a career-worst 11.6 percent walk rate and the hitter-friendly conditions of the Pacific Coast League.
Sandoval allowed two runs on three hits and two walks while striking out eight over five innings Monday against the Reds. He didn't factor into the decision.
Sandoval entered the contest with a 5-0 deficit, but after surrendering a pair of runs in the second, he was able to settle down. He went on to fire four scoreless frames before his night came to and end. Considering the current injuries to Los Angeles' starting rotation, there's a good chance Sandoval will see another turn, especially following a strong showing.
Sandoval had his contract purchased from Triple-A Salt Lake ahead of his scheduled outing Monday against the Reds.
As expected, Sandoval is slated to make his major-league debut as the primary pitcher behind opener Taylor Cole on Monday. The 22-year-old southpaw owns a 6.41 ERA, 1.97 WHIP and 66:35 K:BB in 15 starts (60.1 innings) with Salt Lake this season. Luke Bard (triceps) was placed on the 10-day IL, while Felix Pena (knee) was transferred to the 60-day IL in a pair of corresponding roster moves.
Sandoval will serve as the primary pitcher for Monday's game against the Reds, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.
Sandoval was expected to start Monday's contest, but it'll be Taylor Cole who works the first inning or two before making way for Sandoval. The 22-year-old lefty will be making his major-league debut.
Sandoval will be called up from Triple-A Salt Lake to start Monday at Cincinnati, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
Sandoval was scratched from Saturday's start for Salt Lake and will instead make his way to the majors for his big-league debut. The 22-year-old was promoted to Triple-A in early May but has struggled in the Pacific Coast League with a 6.41 ERA, 1.98 WHIP and 66:35 K:BB through 60.1 innings.
Sandoval was promoted to Triple-A Salt Lake on Friday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.
Sandoval had a 2.06 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and 145:29 K:BB over 122.1 innings last season as he worked his way from Low-A to the Double-A level by the end of the season. The 22-year-old had a 3.60 ERA and 1.05 WHIP across 20 innings at Double-A Mobile this season and has been a fast-rising prospect for the Angels since being acquired from the Astros for Martin Maldonado last July.
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