SP - SF
Giants pitcher Logan Webb tossed nine frames of one-run ball Monday versus the Padres.
Webb allowed just one run while striking out seven with zero walks in the complete-game gem, a big win for the Giants over their division rivals. Webb now sports a 3.25 ERA across 33 outings on the season.
In Friday's game, Webb pitched 8 innings, allowing only 4 hits and 1 earned run while striking out 6 batters with no walks.
Despite the strong performance, he did not earn a win or a loss. With a season ERA of 3.31 and a solid 8.2 K/9, Webb remains a reliable option for fantasy owners, but his win-loss record may limit his overall value.
The Giants-Rockies game in Colorado has been postponed due to inclement weather.
Thursday’s game will now be made up as part of a split doubleheader on Saturday. Fantasy managers should expect Thursday’s starters Logan Webb and Chase Anderson to possibly start Friday.
Webb tossed 6 2/3 innings of three-run ball with just one walk surrendered but ended up taking a loss as part of a 5-0 defeat to the Cubs.
Webb has remained solid throughout the season with a 3.51 ERA and a tiny 1.35 BB/9 but his offense failed him in this one, offering zero runs of support as Justin Steele was dominant for the Cubs. Webb remains a reliable fantasy asset each and every time he takes the mound.
Logan Webb allowed seven hits and two earned runs while striking out six over six innings Wednesday.
After back-to-back tough matchups with the Braves in which he allowed nine runs over 11 1/3 frames, Webb was looking for a bounce-back performance Wednesday. He produced one, keeping the Reds offense at bay over six innings. Webb has been an horse for the Giants this year, as he currently leads all of baseball with 180 1/3 innings pitched. His 3.49 ERA, 1.10 WHIP, and 23.6 K% give him front-line SP status for fantasy rosters.