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Los Angeles Dodgers SP Julio Urias pitched five innings on Friday, striking out five, and allowing two hits for zero earned runs in the Dodgers' 4-1 win over the Phillies.
Urias evened out his record on the season on Friday with the win pulling his record to 3-3. The starting pitcher has an ERA of 2.63 and is one of the better pitchers in the league at the moment no matter the team he is playing on as he remains a set and forget pitcher for managers.
Los Angeles Dodgers SP Julio Urias pitched six innings on Saturday, striking out three, and allowing eight hits for five earned runs in the Dodgers' 8-3 win over the Phillies.
Urias took his third loss of the season on Saturday as he now has a record of 2-3 with an ERA of 3.00. The Dodgers starting pitcher is still fantastic for fantasy and should be rostered but is certainly not the top dog in the rotation quite yet.
Los Angeles Dodgers SP Julio Urias pitched six innings on Monday, striking out four, and allowing 11 hits for two earned runs in the Dodgers' 5-1 loss to the Pirates.
Urias couldn't control what happened on Monday as he did his best with 62 of his 82 pitches thrown being for strikes. This was one of the worst performances of the starting pitchers young career allowing a whopping 11 hits, thankfully for his ERA the Pirates were not able to make him pay too much which kept his ERA at a low 2.10.
Los Angeles Dodgers SP Julio Urias pitched six innings on Tuesday, striking out four, and allowing four hits for zero earned runs in the Dodgers' 3-1 win over the Giants.
Urias was fantastic for the Dodgers in what was their season rivalry opener against the Giants. The Dodgers starters have been the best rotation wise in baseball to start the year and Urias is a reason as he made it through six innings on just an easy 65 pitches 52 of which were for strikes, meaning that the 25 year old had unbelievable control of the strike-zone on Tuesday.
Los Angeles Dodgers SP Julio Urias pitched six innings on Wednesday, striking out four, walking two, and allowing one hit for one earned in the Dodgers' 3-1 loss to the Diamondbacks.
Urias struck out four batters in an efficient performance Wednesday as he threw only 81 pitches over six innings of work. The starting pitcher has an ERA of 2.50 and is part of what is a dominant starting rotation for the Dodgers as a team that is touted to potentially be one of the best of all time up there with the Bronx Bombers.