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Andrew Heaney pitched four innings, allowing three hits, one walk, and no earned runs Thursday. He struck out six Padres' batters and earned his fourth win of the season.
Heaney followed opener Brusdar Graterol and allowed the Dodgers' offense to get them back into the game. The 31-year-old has a 2.88 ERA, .209 BAA, and a 13.50 K/9 ratio in 15 outings this season. Heaney remains a solid option if he makes another start this season.
Andrew Heaney pitched 3 2/3 innings on Friday, striking out five, walking two, and giving up four hits for four earned runs as he took the loss for the Dodgers in their 11-0 loss to the Cardinals.
Heaney was on the wrong side of history Friday, a very exciting game for Albert Pujols as he took the Dodgers pitcher deep for his 699th homer eventually clubbing for his 700th later in the game. The Dodgers' pitcher has pitched to the tune of an 3.06 ERA with a WHIP of 1.08. The 31-year-old can be streamed in every start he makes, which includes his next start on the bump against the Rockies on September 30th.
Andrew Heaney pitched four inning on Sunday, striking out eight, walking one, and giving up two hits for zero earned runs as he took the no-decision in the Dodgers' 4-3 win over the Giants.
Heaney has been absolutely fantastic this season as he has pitched to the tune of an 2.66 ERA with a WHIP of 1.05. The Dodgers' pitcher has been a strikeout machine this season as he has punched out 92 batters over 57 innings pitched. The 31-year-old should be started in every game that he takes the mound, including for his next start against the Cardinals on September 23rd.
Andrew Heaney pitched five innings on Sunday, striking out six, walking two, and giving up three hits for one earned run as he earned the win for the Dodgers in their 11-2 game against the Padres.
Heaney saw his record improve to 3-2 on the season with the win Sunday as he has either been really good or really bad depending on the start this year. The Dodgers' pitcher has pitched to the tune of an 2.84 ERA to go with a WHIP that sits at 1.07, both numbers which rank above league average. The 31-year-old can be streamed for every start he makes, including his next which will come against the Giants on September 17th.
Andrew Heaney piched 5 1/3 innings on Monday night, striking out eight, walking one, and giving up six hits for six earned runs as he took the loss for the Dodgers in a 7-4 game against the Giants.
Heaney had his worst outing of the season on Monday night, as he had managed to allow three or less runs in all of his previous starts. With the bad loss Monday the Dodgers pitcher saw his ERA raise to a still great 2.94, which is paired with a WHIP of 1.08. The 31-year-old is still having a career year and he should still be rostered in every start he makes, as his strikeout numbers are fantastic having punched out 78 batters over just 52 innings pitched. Heaney will take his next start on the mound against the Padres on September 11th.