SP - CWS
Dylan Cease went five innings on Sunday, allowing four runs (three earned) on four hits and three walks. He did salvage his fantasy day with nine strikeouts though.
Cease had been rock solid up until this start, where he simply lacked the same command we typically see from him. The positive thing is that he still generated plenty of whiffs and should remain a valuable fantasy asset when he takes on Boston this upcoming weekend.
Dylan Cease went six innings on Sunday, allowing one earned run on four hits and two walks while striking out 11 batters. The sole run he gave up was via a solo homer.
Cease was dominant once again in this one, generating tons of whiffs on his pitches to help him get out of any trouble. His ERA is now down to 3.82 on the year and is certainly a viable option heading into the final stretch of the season.
Dylan Cease went seven innings on Tuesday, allowing just one earned run on four hits and a walk. He also struck out seven batters.
Cease looked dominant all game long, and wasn't close to giving up runs in any inning. The only run he did give up was a solo homer off the bat of Corey Dickerson, but no one else really barreled him up. His next start will come against the Cubs this weekend.
Dylan Cease went six innings on Thursday, allowing three earned runs on four hits and four walks while striking out five batters.
Aside from a rough fourth inning where he walked in a run, Cease pitched pretty well. He did give up two home runs but the A's were held to just four total hits against Cease. Unfortunately a lack of offense hurt him in this one, earning him the no-decision.
Dylan Cease pitched five innings, allowing three earned runs on four hits while striking out six.
Cease now has an ERA of 4.04 on the year with 165 strikeouts across his 124.2 innings of work. He'll draw his next start against Oakland later this week.