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Logan Gilbert took the no-decision on Sunday against the Red Sox, allowing three runs on five hits over seven innings to go along with four strikeouts and two walks.
Gilbert allowed home runs to Christian Arroyo and Trevor Story. He tied a season-high with seven innings as his ERA currently sits at 2.60 on the year.
Logan Gilbert took the loss on Tuesday against the Blue Jays, allowing three runs on six hits over seven innings to go along with nine strikeouts and two walks.
The three runs Gilbert allowed came in the second inning with the bases loaded and two outs on a triple hit by George Springer, a play Steven Souza took a bad route on in right field. He unfortunately was given no run support by the Mariners offense. Though he has allowed seven runs in two starts, Gilbert still commands a very solid 2.40 ERA and has struck out nine hitters in back-to-back games. He remains a very solid starter moving forward.
Logan Gilbert took the loss on Wednesday against the Phillies, allowing four runs on three hits across five innings to go along with nine strikeouts and three walks.
It was just one bad pitch thrown by Gilbert, but it was enough for him to take the loss with little run support from the Mariners lineup. It is worth noting that he walked at least three hitters in his third straight start, but he also continues to strikeout hitters at a solid rate.
Logan Gilbert took the no-decision on Friday against the Rays, allowing four runs on seven hits over five innings to go along with six strikeouts and three walks.
Entering Friday having allowed two runs across his first five starts to open the season, Gilbert allowed twice that number to the Rays lineup on Friday. His ERA still sits at a very respectable 1.64 as he was due to fall back down to earth at some point. Gilbert remains one of the best pitchers in the league so far, especially in the American League.
Logan Gilbert earned the win on Sunday against the Marlins, allowing one run on three hits over 5.2 innings to go along with five strikeouts and four walks.
Gilbert came one out away from a quality start and six shutout innings when Brian Anderson launched a home run to put Miami on the board. It was still another dominant outing from him as his ERA currently sits at 0.64 on the season.