SP - ARI
Robbie Ray gave up one earned run on three hits while striking out three in 4.0 innings while earning the win against the Rangers on Thursday.
Ray was solid in this one, striking out two batters in the first and only giving up three hits over four innings. His only blemish was a solo home run to Adolis Garcia in the bottom of the third inning. Ray put up a 4.34 ERA, 1.34 WHIP, and 235/84 K/BB ratio over 174.1 innings in 2019. The lefty has always had high strikeout upside (11.1 K/9 for his career) but it's gone hand-hand with a career 4.1 BB/9. If you can stomach his inconsistency and high walk rate he makes for a solid fourth or fifth starter in standard mixed leagues.
Robbie Ray received a no-decision on Saturday against the Padres, allowing four runs on eight hits over six innings pitched.
Ray struck out 10 and walked three in the outing, which the D'Backs went on to win 6-5. This was his seventh double-digit strikeout game of the season. He finishes the year with a 12-8 record, a 4.34 ERA, and 235 strikeouts in 174 1/3 innings.
Robbie Ray received a no-decision on Monday versus Miami, throwing six innings of one-run ball while striking out seven.
Ray allowed just one hit but also walked four in the outing, which lowered his ERA to 4.20 on the season. Fantasy owners should feel confident starting him next time out versus the Padres.
Robbie Ray (blister) is scheduled to make his next start on Wednesday versus the Mets.
Ray left Friday's start with a blister but was able to throw a bullpen on Monday without issue.
Robbie Ray left his start Friday against the Reds with an undisclosed injury which appeared to be on his left hand.
Trainers came out to check his left hand for presumably a blister or nail issue. The details of the injury should be announced after the game. Before exiting, Ray allowed two runs on three hits and three walks while striking out eight through 4 1/3 innings.