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Ranger Suarez pitched three innings, allowing seven hits, two walks, and six earned runs Tuesday. He struck two Astros and tallied his seventh loss of the season.
Suarez finishes the regular season on back-to-back losses. The 27-year-old finishes with a 10-7 record, 3.65 ERA, .249 BAA, and 129 strikeouts over 29 starts.
Ranger Suarez pitched six innings, allowing seven hits, one walk, and two earned runs Thursday. He struck out five Cubs and tallied his sixth loss of the season.
Suarez has a 3.37 ERA, 1.30 WHIP, .244 BAA, and a 7.50 K/9 ratio in 28 games this season. The 27-year-old should make one more start before the end of the regular season, most likely to open the series with Houston.
Ranger Suarez pitched six innings, allowing five hits, two walks, and no runs Thursday. He struck out four Braves and tallied his 10th victory of the season.
Suarez kept the Braves’ lineup off balance and was able to scatter seven baserunners and not allow any to cross the plate. The 27-year-old has a 3.38 ERA, 1.30 WHIP, .242 BAA, and a 7.50 K/9 ratio this season. Suarez’s next start should be Wednesday against the Cubs.
Ranger Suarez allowed one run on two hits and three walks over six innings on Friday against the Braves. He struck out four and did not factor into the decision.
Suarez was dynamite on Friday and in line for the win before Seranthony Dominguez imploded in the eighth inning. He wasn't overpowering by any means - he induced just five whiffs - but he used all his pitches effectively and kept the Braves off balance. His ERA and WHIP are down to 3.53 and 1.30, respectively, and he'll take on the Braves again next. Given how he performed on Friday, he's likely worth a roll of the dice in that outing.
Ranger Suarez allowed four runs on seven hits and a walk over 6 2/3 innings on Saturday against the Nationals. He struck out four and earned the win, moving to 9-5.
Suarez has now had several mediocre outings in a row, struggling to keep even sub-par offenses from putting things together. His 3.62 ERA and 1.33 WHIP are passable, but there's little chance of an outing that actively helps you, rather than simply not hurting you. He'll take on the Braves next, and given that they're one of the strongest teams in the league against lefties, Suarez is better left on your bench.