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Alex Cobb went five innings, allowed two hits, zero earned runs, and struck out five in Thursday’s win over Chicago.
Cobb looked sharp in his most recent outing. In fact, he has been respectable this whole season. Albeit, he has only pitched 82.2 innings due to injuries and such. He owns a 3.59 ERA, and has struck out 89 total hitters. While he is not a league winner, he is certainly someone fantasy managers can start with confidence in good matchups
Angels manager Joe Maddon is optimistic that RHP Alex Cobb (finger) can make his next scheduled start on Thursday against the Athletics.
Cobb exited Friday's start with a blister but played catch on Tuesday and apparently felt comfortable. The Angels should provide clarity on this situation later on Wednesday.
Alex Cobb was removed from Friday's start against the Twins due to a blister on his right index finger.
Cobb gave up one earned run in five innings en route to a no-decision. It's unclear if he'll make his next start against Oakland, but the Angels should update his status sometime this weekend.
Alex Cobb (7-3) gave up one earned run on five hits, four walks, and struck out six over 6.2 innings pitched en route to a 9-4 win over the Mariners on Saturday.
Cobb has been fantastic in the month of July for the Angels, giving up just two earned runs over 19.2 innings pitched, good enough for a 0.92 ERA. Cobb has now registered quality starts in two of his last three outings, and he'll look to log another when he faces off against the Twins.
Angels' SP Alex Cobb (6-3) gave up zero earned runs on four hits, three walks, and five strikeouts over 5.1 innings pitched on Friday en route to a no-decision.
Cobb had another strong outing on Friday, bringing his ERA to just 0.69 in the month of July so far. Considering he totaled a 7.32 ERA in June, it looks like Cobb is off to a much better start this month. Cobb will look to continue his successes in July when the Halos face off against the Mariners next week.