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Patrick Corbin struggled once again versus the Rockies. Corbin gave up nine hits, six runs (five earned), and three walks with five strikeouts.
After two quality starts in a row, Corbin turned back into the pitcher we've seen all season. Don't rely on him down the stretch or he'll blow up your ratios.
Patrick Corbin went seven innings with a quality start. Corbin gave up four hits, two earned runs, and two walks with four strikeouts. He also earned the win to go 8-14 on the year.
Corbin's slider elicited a 44% whiff rate against the Pirates. Interestingly, he has two quality starts back-to-back though the last start he gave up 11 hits.
Patrick Corbin threw a quality start yet allowed 11 hits against Mets on Monday. Corbin gave up three earned runs, one walk, and one home run with four strikeouts.
Corbin also gave up 11 hard-hit batted balls, which looks like he lucked out a bit. His slider looked effective with a 42% whiff rate and 34% CSW%. However, Corbin allowed 12 earned runs in his past two starts with a season-long ERA of 6.23 with a 1.46 WHIP. He's a risky pitcher that will light up your ratios, so it's hard to figure out when to start him.
Patrick Corbin struggled and gave up six earned runs on Tuesday. Corbin allowed nine hits, four walks, and two home runs with four strikeouts in five innings pitched.
In a start where Corbin's slider wasn't effective with a 30% whiff rate and 15% CSW%, he didn't have many other options. At this point, Corbin is cuttable in 15-team leagues and clearly in 12-team leagues as well with better options on the waiver wire.
Patrick Corbin allowed six earned runs and took his 13th loss. Corbin also allowed four hits, two walks, and two home runs with three strikeouts.
After pitching well against the Brewers, Corbin struggled once again. He's an unreliable starting pitcher that has shown more concerns than positives recently. However, the velocity on his pitches has increased though still not great results.