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Giants starting pitcher will start NLDS Game 5 against the Dodgers on Thursday.
Webb will look to eliminate the Dodgers and push the Giants into the NLCS on Thursday. Webb was dominant in Game 1 of the NLDS. Webb held the Dodgers to a .179 batting average and just 5 hits while striking out 10 in a Game 1 win.
The Giants announced RHP Logan Webb will be the team’s NLDS Game 1 starter against the Dodgers.
Webb will be tested in his first start of the 2021 postseason. He was solid in the Giants rotation throughout the 2021 regular season, posting a 3.03 ERA to go along with 158 strikeouts in 148.1 innings pitched. Furthermore in 16 innings pitched against the Dodgers this season, Webb had 17 strikeouts while holding Dodger hitters to a .240 AVG. The Giants will need that if they expect to get past Los Angeles in the NLDS.
RHP Logan Webb took a no-decision on Tuesday when he allowed one unearned run on four hits with two walks and six strikeouts over five innings in the Giants' 6-4 win over the D-Backs.
Webb put forth another solid outing on Tuesday, allowing one unearned run via a sacrifice fly. The 24-year-old has been on fire in the second half of the season, putting up a 2.93 ERA, 1.12 WHIP, and 150:36 K/BB ratio over 141 1/3 innings on the year. He'll take on the Padres at home in his final turn of the regular season.
RHP Logan Webb took a no-decision on Thursday when he allowed four runs on four hits with two walks and three strikeouts over four innings in the Giants' 7-6 loss to the Padres.
Webb struggled with his efficiency in this one, firing off 78 pitches--44 strikes--just to get through four innings. The inflated pitch count was mainly due to a rough first inning in which he surrendered all four of his earned runs. He's still been on an incredible run since late July, picking up a quality start in 10-of-12 games. Overall, he owns a 3.04 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, and 144:34 K/BB ratio over 136 1/3 innings (25 games, 24 starts). He'll take on the D-Backs at home in his next start.
RHP Logan Webb dominated the Braves on Friday, allowing two runs on six hits with nine strikeouts over seven innings as the Giants won 6-5.
Webb ran into trouble in the first inning, surrendering a two-run double to Adam Duvall but that would be it for the rest of his outing. He limited the Braves to just three hits over the next six innings. It was a back-and-forth contest, so he wasn't able to secure the win but it was still a rock-solid outing. He now owns an impressive 2.79 ERA, 1.10 WHIP, and 141:44 K/BB ratio over 132 1/3 innings (24 appearances, 23 starts). He'll take on the Padres on the road in his next turn.