SP - PIT
Wil Crowe (3-5) picked up the win Friday against the Phillies, tossing six shutout innings while allowing just one hit and four walks. He struck out four.
Crowe was surprisingly dominant on Friday, allowing just one single across six innings. This start seeming came out of nowhere, since he's been pretty underwhelming up until this point. He now holds a 5.40 ERA and 1.51 WHIP in 71.2 innings. He has 66 strikeouts. He draws a matchup against the Reds next week.
Wil Crowe (2-5) picked up the win Saturday against the Giants, allowing two runs on four hits and one walk across 5.1 innings. He struck out nine.
Crowe allowed three hits in the second inning, which brought in a run. He also allowed a solo homer to LaMonte Wade. The nine strikeouts were a career-high for Crowe. Generally, though, he has struggled: he owns a 5.89 ERA and 1.57 WHIP across 65.2 innings this season.
Wil Crowe did not factor into the decision in Saturday's win over the Mets, allowing four runs on six hits and three walks across 5.1 innings. He struck out three.
Crowe worked into the sixth and left the game down 4-0. He was tagged by J.D. Davis for two homers. Crowe holds a 1-5 record with a 6.12 ERA, 1.62 WHIP, and 53 strikeouts in 60.1 innings.
Wil Crowe did not factor into the decision in Wednesday's loss to Atlanta, allowing two runs on six hits and two walks across 4.2 innings. He struck out four.
Crowe allowed runs via an Austin Riley RBI single in the first and a Ronald Acuna solo homer in the third. Crowe has been totally uninspiring this season, posting a 6.05 ERA, 1.62 WHIP, and a 50:27 K:BB across 55 innings.
Wil Crowe (1-5) took the loss Thursday against the Brewers. He allowed two runs on four hits and three walks in 4.2 innings while striking out six.
While the six strikeouts were nice to see, Crowe was inefficient on Thursday, throwing 95 pitches before being removed in the fifth. Crowe has been generally pretty bad for the Pirates this season, posting a 6.26 ERA, a 1.61 WHIP, and 46 strikeouts in 50.1 innings. He should be pretty far off the fantasy radar.