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Justin Dunn did enough to secure his fourth win of the year on Saturday when he allowed three runs on five hits with two strikeouts and two walks across five innings in Game 2 of the Mariners doubleheader with the A's.
Dunn allowed a couple of home runs to Robbie Grossman but was given plenty of run support to pick up his fourth win of the season. The 25-year old was up and down this year but that was to be expected in his first "full" MLB season. He registered a 4-1 record with a 4.34 ERA, 1.36 WHIP, and a 38:31 K/BB ratio across 45 2/3 innings (10 starts). If Dunn could cut down on the walks he makes for an intriguing late round flyer in 2021 drafts.
Justin Dunn was handed a no-decision on Sunday when he surrendered three runs on two hits while striking out six and walking four across 5 2/3 innings in the Mariners 7-4 loss to the Padres.
Dunn actually had a no-hitter going through five innings but coughed up a three-run shot to Wil Myers with two outs in the sixth before being replaced. Walks continue to be an issue for the 24-year old, who only allowed twice as many free passes as hits. The right-hander now owns a 4.20 ERA, 1.33 WHIP, and a 36:29 K/BB ratio across 40 2/3 innings (nine starts). He'll face the Oakland A's next in his final start of the season.
Justin Dunn was ineffective on Sunday when he gave up one run on one hit while striking out five and walking five over just two innings in the Mariners 7-3 win over the D-Backs.
Dunn lacked command in this one as it took him 66 pitches--only 33 strikes--to get through two innings. The only hit he surrendered was an RBI-double by Josh Van Meter but he simply couldn't control the walks and replaced by Casey Sadler who would go on to get the win. The sloppy effort on Sunday gives Dunn a 4.11 ERA, 1.37 WHIP, and an ugly 30:25 K/BB ratio across 35 innings (eight starts). He'll continue to be hard to trust in fantasy until he can consistently throw strikes and cut down on the free passes. The 24-year old will look to bounce back in his next start against the San Diego Padres. no easy task.
Justin Dunn notched a win on Sunday when he allowed two runs on four hits with four strikeouts and four walks in the Mariners 4-3 win over the Rangers.
Dunn notched his third-straight quality start on a day when he lacked control of his fastball and tied a season-high with four walks. The only runs he gave up were a pair of solo shots to Leody Taveras and Joey Gallo, respectively. The 24-year old now owns a 4.09 ERA, 1.27 WHIP, and a 25:20 K/BB ratio across 33 innings. The right-hander is gaining some valuable experience for the the rebuilding M's and will have a chance to nab his fourth-straight QS when he faces the D-backs in Arizona on his next turn.
Justin Dunn took a no-decision on Sunday when he worked six scoreless innings while only giving up one hit and walking four batters to go along with six punchouts in the M's 2-1 extra-innings win over the Angels.
The young right-hander notched his second-straight quality start as he kept the Angels at bay through six innings. He was a little shaky with his command, though, throwing 40 of his 96 pitches for balls and walking four batters. He was still able to limit the damage and lower his ERA to a 4.33 with a 1.259 WHIP with a 21:16 K/BB ratio across 27 innings (six starts). He'll toe the rubber at home against the Rangers in his next start, he's worth streaming in that one as he picked up a pair of wins in two starts over Texas earlier this year.