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Ryan Yarbrough allowed two runs on three hits and two walks while striking out five over five innings to earn the win during Tuesday's 5-2 victory over the Astros in Game 3 of the ALCS.
Yarbrough started Game 3 and limited the Astros to two runs in Tuesday's win. He was hurt by the long ball, yielding home runs to Jose Altuve and Michael Brantley. With a great defense behind him, the left-hander was solid enough to pick up the victory. The Rays are one win away from sweeping the Astros and heading to the World Series. Yarbrough owns a (1-0) record along with a 3.60 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and six strikeouts over 10 innings in the 2020 postseason.
Ryan Yarbrough named the Rays' starter for Game 4 of the ALCS against the Astros.
Yarbrough allowed two runs and one walk on six hits while striking out one over five innings as the Rays primary pitcher. He will start Game 3, but will not have an opener this time around. Yarbrough owns a 3.60 ERA and 1.40 WHIP over five innings during the 2020 postseason.
Ryan Yarbrough allowed two runs and one walk on six hits while striking out one over five innings in Thursday's 5-1 loss in Game 4 of the ALDS.
Yarbrough entered the game in the second inning as the primary pitcher. He limited the Yankees bats to just one run over five innings. The 28-year-old will most likely be the primary pitcher in one of the four contests of the ALCS if the Rays advance.
Ryan Yarbrough received a tough-luck loss on Sunday in Baltimore, spinning seven innings of two-run ball while striking out eight.
Yarbrough allowed five hits and two walks as the Rays lost 2-1. The eight strikeouts were a season-high for Yarbrough, who has had an up-and-down year but looks poised to finish strong after two straight productive outings. His final regular season start will come against the Phillies at home.
Ryan Yarbrough received the benefit of having an opener on Tuesday against the Nationals, earning the win while pitching 5 2/3 innings of one-run ball out of the pen.
Yarbrough struck out five, allowed five hits, and didn't walk anyone. The 28-year-old lefty lowered his ERA to 3.97 with the outing. He's worth using in his next appearance whether or not he follows an opener again. Be sure to monitor the Rays' pitching plans to try and take advantage of this.