SP - TEX
Lance Lynn (2-0) allowed two runs on four hits and three walks while striking out six across in Sunday's 7-3 win over the Angels. He earned his second win of the season.
Lynn tossed four consecutive scoreless innings before yielding a two-run homer to Tommy LaStella in the fifth. It was only offense the Angels could muster up against the left-hander. Lynn has been terrific this season, owning a 1.16 ERA, 0.94 WHIP and 30:12 K:BB across 23 1/3 innings. His next scheduled start is Saturday on the road against the Rockies.
Lance Lynn threw 107 pitches over 6.1 innings while allowing three hits, three walks, and one eared run and striking out seven.
Lynn's lone earned run came off a seventh inning homer by Matt Chapman. Lynn has been impressive in his three starts this season, striking out 24 batters and allowing just one earned run. His ERA is sitting at a staggering 0.49 and his WHIP is 0.82. This pace will be nearly impossible to continue but he's paying dividends for fantasy owners that reached for the Rangers ace.
Lance Lynn threw six scoreless, giving up just one hit and two walks while striking out eight batters. He picked up the win to give himself a 2-0 record on the year after the 7-4 win over the Diamondbacks.
Lynn had a great opening start on Friday and now has 12 scoreless innings pitched this year with 17 strikeouts. A .75 WHIP puts him in elite class and he can continue to be a plug-and-play option whenever he takes the mound.
Lance Lynn drew the Opening Day start and showed up to play allowing zero runs and two hits over six innings pitched. He struck out nine batters and walked four.
It took Lynn 108 pitches to get through six innings, but the Rangers top pitcher made the most of the opportunity with nine strikeouts. Lynn threw 246 strikeouts in 2019 (seventh overall) and looks to be keeping up that pace in 2020.
Lance Lynn struck out eight over six scoreless innings in a simulated game on Tuesday.
Lynn threw 83 pitches today and should have no problem being ready for a normal workload come Opening Day. The 33-year-old is coming off a monster 2019 season in which he struck out 246 batters across 208 1/3 innings.