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Rangers starter A.J. Alexy allowed two runs over five innings of work against the Angels on Tuesday evening. His final line included three hits, one homer, two walks, two strikeouts, and the win. Texas ultimately defeated Los Angeles by a score of 5-2.
Alexy is now 3-1 with a 4.70 ERA through five games (four starts) this season. After opening his career with 11 scoreless innings, the rookie has allowed 12 runs over his last 12 innings.
Rangers rookie starter A.J. Alexy allowed four runs over 3.1 innings of work against the Yankees on Monday. His final line included four hits, one homer, six walks, one strikeout, and the loss.
Alexy is now 2-1 with a 5.00 ERA, 1.39 WHIP, and .164 OBA through three starts. He has walked 15 batters and struck out an additional 15.
Rangers rookie pitcher A.J. Alexy was dominant once again on Sunday. He threw six shutout innings against the Angels, striking out seven batters. He allowed just one hit and two walks along the way. The right-hander earned the win as Texas ultimately defeated Los Angeles by a score of 4-0.
Through two career starts, Alexy is 2-0 with zero runs, two hits, five walks, and 11 strikeouts. Rostered in just 10 percent of ESPN leagues, the 23-year-old is worth stashing in hopes that his success can continue.
Rangers starting pitcher A.J. Alexy threw five shutout innings against the Rockies on Monday. His final line included one hit, three walks, four strikeouts, and the no-decision. Texas ultimately defeated Colorado by a score of 4-3.
This was Alexy's MLB debut, and it's safe to say he made a great first impression. Texas would presumably like to see him reduced his walk rate and become more efficient (he averaged 16.2 pitches per inning), but you really can't complain about the 23-year-old's solid outing.