SP - TEX
Jon Gray took the no-decision in Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Yankees, allowing three runs on four hits across six innings to go along with three strikeouts.
In his final start of the regular season, Gray allowed solo home runs to Oswaldo Cabrera and Oswald Peraza. He finishes his first season in Texas having posted a 3.96 ERA across 24 starts.
Jon Gray took the no-decision Thursday against the Mariners, allowing six runs on eight hits across five innings to go along with five strikeouts and three walks.
After three straight solid outings coming off the injured list, Gray allowed a trio of two-run home runs, two to Mitch Haniger and one to Jarred Kelenic. He is scheduled to face the Yankees next in his final start of the season.
Jon Gray took the no-decision Friday against the Guardians, allowing one (unearned) run on one hit across five innings to go along with one strikeout and one walk.
The one run Cleveland scored off Gray came via a throwing error by catcher Kevin Plawecki. The triple hit by Amed Rosario was the lone hit allowed by Gray in the five frames he threw.
Jon Gray took the loss Saturday against the Rays, allowing two runs on two hits across 4.1 innings to go along with four strikeouts and one walk.
After throwing 45 pitches in his previous outing in his first start off the injured list, Gray was able to throw 67 pitches in his second outing off the IL. He allowed sacrifice flies in the first and third frames for the two runs he allowed. Gray is scheduled for an outing against the Guardians next.
Jon Gray allowed one (unearned) run on two hits across 3.2 innings in Game 2 of the Rangers doubleheader Monday against the Marlins to go along with five strikeouts.
Gray was on a pitch count making his return from the injured list. He was dialed in all game finding the strike zone on nearly all of his pitches. He is on track for a start next week against the Angels.