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Zach Logue pitched six innings on Thursday, striking out four, walking one, and giving up five hits for two earned runs as he took the loss to the Tigers in a 7-2 game.
Logue now sits further below .500 on the season as he is pitching to a 3-5 record. The Athletics' starting pitcher currently pitches to the tune of a 4.79 ERA which can be paired with his WHIP of 1.37. The 26 year old should not be rostered, not even in AL only leagues as he doesn't win enough games nor does he strike out enough batsman to provide value.
Zach Logue pitched five innings on Saturday, striking out two, walking one, and giving up three hits for two earned runs as he took the win for the A's in a 3-2 game against the Astros.
Logue sits at 3-4 on the season after Saturday's win and is pitching to the tune of a 5.16 ERA with a WHIP of 1.45. The Athletics pitcher should not be rostered even in AL only leagues as he has very low strikeout numbers with just 23 over 29 2/3 innings pitched. The 26 year old will take the mound next against the Astros again on July 15th, a game in which he should not be started.
Oakland Athletics SP Zach Logue pitched 2 1/3 innings on Saturday, striking out one, walking one, and allowing seven hits for four earned runs in the A's 11-4 loss to the Rangers.
Logue was knocked out of the game on Saturday early as he made it through just over two innings on 56 pitches and gave up four runs during that span. The A's starting pitcher should not be rostered in fantasy at the moment as he has an ERA of 5.47 and a record of 2-4, as well as the fact he does not provide enough strikeouts to overcome those other statistics.
Oakland Athletics SP Zach Logue pitched 4 2/3 innings on Monday, striking out six, walking four, and allowing six hits for seven earned runs in the A's 7-6 loss to the Mariners.
Logue is not a pitcher that should be rostered at the moment as he has a record of 2-3 on the season and a mediocre ERA of 4.43. The 26 year old remains firmly implanted in the A's starting rotation but does not get regular help from the team with run support as it usually comes too late to matter to his record.
Oakland Athletics SP Zach Logue pitched 4 1/3 innings on Monday, striking out two, walking two, and allowing five hits for two earned runs in the A's 3-1 loss to the Twins.
Logue pitched an adequate game on Monday despite taking the loss as he allowed only two runs but was provided with little support. The A's starting pitcher has an ERA of 2.04 but should not be rostered at the moment as he does not provide enough value to warrant it.