SP,RP - SEA
Chris Flexen earned the win on Wednesday against Oakland, allowing one run on three hits over seven innings with eight strikeouts and two walks.
Following strong outings from Tyler Anderson and Marco Gonzales, Flexen followed suit with a very solid outing himself. The lone run he allowed was a solo home run by Matt Chapman as he allowed just two other hits and tied his career-high of eight strikeouts. Flexen has been the most consistent starter for Seattle this season, lowering his ERA to 3.56 on the year.
Chris Flexen earned the win on Friday against Kansas City, allowing one run on six hits over 5.2 innings with three strikeouts and two walks.
After allowing just four hits over five shutout innings, the Royals got to Flexen for a run in the sixth inning. He departed the game with the bases loaded and two outs, but Joe Smith was able to get Seattle out of the jam. It was a nice bounceback start for Flexen after allowing five runs last time out against Arizona.
Chris Flexen struggled in the loss on Saturday against Arizona, allowing five runs on six hits over five innings with four strikeouts and two walks.
After allowing one run in the first inning, it looked like Flexen had settled in after back-to-back 1-2-3 innings before allowing four runs in the fourth inning. It broke a streak of seven straight starts where Flexen allowed three runs or fewer.
Chris Flexen took the no-decision on Sunday against Arizona, allowing three runs on four hits over six innings with four strikeouts and two walks.
Flexen was absolutley cruising along, allowing just one hit over five shutout innings before he allowed two doubles followed by a home run to David Peralta in the sixth inning to put three runs on the board for the Diamondbacks. It is the seventh straight start in which Flexen allowed three runs or fewer, boasting a 3.56 ERA on the season.
Chris Flexen took the no-decision on Monday against Houston, allowing two runs on eight hits over 5.2 innings with four strikeouts and two walks.
Flexen came one out away from his fourth straight quality starts. The two runs he allowed came in the first inning and would have been avoidable if Jarred Kelenic didn't take one wrong step in the outfield. His ERA is now down to 3.52 on the season.