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Tyler Mahle (6-2) allowed four runs on five hits and one walk across six innings Friday against Colorado. He struck out six in the win.
Mahle cruised through five innings on Friday before allowing all four runs in the sixth. The 26-year-old has given up just six runs in his last 23.1 innings. For the year, he sports a 3.56 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, and 78:21 K:BB in 68.1 innings. He lines up to face Milwaukee next week.
Tyler Mahle (5-2) earned the win Saturday against the Cardinals, allowing two runs on five hits and one walk in seven innings. He struck out eight.
Mahle was in dominant form Saturday, scattering five hits over seven strong innings. After a clunker start in mid-May, Mahle has turned in three consecutive starts allowing two runs or less. The seven innings also matches his season-high. The 26-year-old now sports a 3.32 ERA, 1.12 WHIP, and has struck out 72 in 62.1 innings.
Tyler Mahle (4-2) picked up the win Sunday against the Cubs, tossing five scoreless innings while allowing just one hit and one walk. He struck out eight.
Mahle was utterly dominant on Sunday, holding the Cubs to just one single and one walk through five innings. Other than one clunker performance earlier this month, Mahle has been excellent this season. Overall, he sports a 3.42 ERA, 1.16 WHIP, and a 64:19 K:BB in 55.1 innings. He'll look to keep things rolling in his next outing, which should come against the Cardinals next weekend.
Tyler Mahle (3-2) picked up the win Tuesday against the Nationals, throwing 5.1 scoreless innings while allowing three hits and one walk. He struck out two.
Mahle was coming off a dreadful start last week in which he allowed seven runs in two innings. Tuesday's outing was a dramatic improvement, only coming two outs shy of registering a quality start. He'll take a 3.75 ERA into his next outing, scheduled for Sunday against the Cubs.
Tyler Mahle (2-2) took the loss in a beatdown by the Giants on Thursday. He allowed seven runs on seven hits and two walks across two innings. He struck out two.
Mahle was the first of several Reds' pitchers who ran into an offensive onslaught by the Giants on Thursday. Mahle escaped the first after allowing a run, and pitched a scoreless second. However, a nine-run third destroyed Mahle's stat line, as the Giants' bats came alive. Mahle sports a 4.20 ERA and 1.29 WHIP after the ugly outing, and has a 54:17 K:BB in 45 innings. He lines up to face the Nationals early next week.