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Sean Manaea took the no-decision on Saturday against Houston, allowing one run on three hits over seven innings with eight strikeouts and one walk.
After six shutout innings, Manaea allowed a solo home run to Kyle Tucker in the seventh inning. It is a nice bounceback performance after allowing at least four runs in each of his previous two starts.
Sean Manaea took the loss on Monday against the Mariners, allowing four runs on eight hits over five innings with three strikeouts and one walk.
After two shutout innings, the Mariners scored three runs off Manaea in the third inning off an RBI single by Ty France and two-run double by Kyle Seager. He later gave up another run off a single by Seager in the fifth inning.
Sean Manaea earned the win on Wednesday against Kansas City, allowing five runs on nine hits over five innings with three strikeouts and one walk.
It wasn't a pretty start for Manaea, but the Athletics backed him up with a huge offensive outburst in a 12-10 win. He still posts a 3.95 ERA on the season.
Sean Manaea earned the win on Thursday against the White Sox, allowing one run on five hits over seven innings with nine strikeouts and one walk.
The one run Manaea allowed was on a two-out RBI single by Jose Abreu in the third inning. This is now two straight starts where Manaea allowed two runs or less over seven innings. He has posted a 3.79 ERA on the season.
Sean Manaea took the no-decision on Friday against Toronto, allowing two runs on five hits over seven innings with nine strikeouts.
Outside of a two-run long ball hit by Teoscar Hernandez in the fourth inning, Manaea was dominant in this outing against a strong Blue Jays lineup. He departed the game with Oakland up 8-2, but a six-run frame by the Blue Jays in the eighth inning cost him the win. Nevertheless, Manaea was able to bounce back after not being able to escape the fifth inning in his two previous starts.