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Logan Gilbert earned the win on Sunday against the Royals, allowing one run on three hits over seven innings with five strikeouts and one walk.
It was the second straight quality start for Gilbert after allowing two runs over six innings in his previous start. He was in his groove in this game against the Royals, allowing just one run in the sixth inning.
Logan Gilbert took the no-decision on Monday against Boston, allowing two runs on five hits over six innings with nine strikeouts and one walk.
The nine strikeouts tied a career-high for Gilbert. He allowed just one hit through four innings, a solo home run hit by Jose Iglesias. The Red Sox put some pressure on Gilbert in the fifth inning, as Iglesias tied the game up with a bloop single into right field. Gilbert was able to deliver a very quality performance in a crucial time for the Mariners.
Logan Gilbert took the no-decision on Tuesday against Houston, allowing two runs on six hits over 4.1 innings with five strikeouts and one walk.
After two clean innings, Gilbert gave up both runs in the third inning including a solo home run by Jose Altuve. He was removed from the game in the fifth inning with runners on the corners and one out.
Logan Gilbert received a no-decision on Wednesday against Houston, pitching five shutout innings while striking out four and not walking anyone.
Gilbert has been hit hard lately, but he continues to limit free passes. The rookie right-hander has surrendered just two walks over his past five starts, but the hard-hit damage has been ugly during this time. This was a nice outing, but Gilbert is tough to trust moving forward. He draws the Astros again next week.
Logan Gilbert took the no-decision on Friday against Kansas City, allowing five runs on nine hits over four innings with five strikeouts and one walk.
Salvador Perez hit a grand slam for the second straight day, this time off Gilbert in the fourth inning. Gilbert has been struggling mightily as of late, allowing five runs or more in three straight starts.