Kyle Lohse SP MIL 4 days ago
Lohse gave up five runs on six hits in Monday's loss to the Giants.
Lohse pitched 5.1 innings on Monday, walking three and striking out seven. He pitched well through the first five innings, but got banged up in the sixth which led to his fifth loss of the season. Lohse is now 3-5 with a 5.80 ERA.
Kyle Lohse SP MIL 1 week ago
Lohse delivered a quality start Wednesday, giving up two runs on seven hits and a pair of walks over six innings. He struck out four and didn't factor into the decision.
After shutting down the Mets his last time out, Lohse wasn't nearly so dominant against a far better offense in Detroit, but he still put out a solid stat line. Of course, that's been a rarity for Lohse in what's been an odd season -- despite posting the best strikeout rate of his career, Lohse's ratios are about as bad as they've ever been. Outside of deep and NL-only formats, Lohse is mainly useful as a streaming option. He'll face the Giants -- owners of the third-worst offense in the National League -- on Monday.
Kyle Lohse SP MIL 2 weeks ago
Lohse tossed eight shutout innings, allowing just two hits and walking one while striking out eight over eight innings as the Brewers downed the Mets 7-0 Friday night.
Lohse (3-4, 5.85 ERA) needed a strong outing after getting off to a horrible start, and catching the struggling Mets likely helped his cause. It was solid all-around as he tossed 107 pitches (76 for strikes) while avoiding trouble throughout.
Kyle Lohse SP MIL 3 weeks ago
Lohse picked up a win Saturday, going five innings, allowing four runs, and striking out seven in the 12-4 over the Cubs.
A four run-five inning performance is nothing to get excited about, but it's one of the best starts of the season for the struggling veteran. His 7.03 ERA is indicative of his early season struggles, but the seven strikeouts is a promising sign for things going forward. Lohse's next start will come Friday against the New York Mets.
Kyle Lohse SP MIL 4 weeks ago
Lohse struck out four and walked three while holding the Dodgers to three runs on four hits over five innings Monday night. He did not factor in the decision.
After being greeted by a Joc Pederson solo home run in the first inning, Lohse was tagged for two more runs in the fourth. He needed 104 pitches to get 15 outs, lacking the efficiency he displays when he's at his best. Through six trips to the mound, Lohse has been unable to turn in back-to-back quality starts for the Brewers this season. He'll face the Cubs on Saturday in his next scheduled start.
Kyle Lohse SP MIL 1 month ago
Lohse pitched seven innings in Tuesday's game against the Reds but suffered his fourth loss of the season. He allowed four earned runs while allowing seven hits -- including three home runs -- and posting a 5:1 K:BB ratio.
Lohse threw at least six innings for the fourth time this season, but he gave up at least four earned runs for the fourth time in five starts as well. Lohse is scheduled to make two starts at home next week, but those will not be easy matchups against the Dodgers and Cubs, teams that currently rank ninth and sixth in the majors, respectively, in OPS away from home.
Kyle Lohse SP MIL 1 month ago
Lohse gave up two earned runs over seven innings and picked up his first win of the season in Thursday's victory over the Reds. He allowed three hits, walked one, and struck out four batters in the game.
Lohse was tagged for 18 earned runs in 15.2 innings over his first three starts, but he did a much better job preventing runs Thursday afternoon. Lohse will face the Reds again in his next start, which is scheduled for Tuesday in Cincinnati.
Kyle Lohse SP MIL 2 months ago
Lohse had a nightmare start Monday, allowing eight runs in 3.1 innings in a blowout loss to the Rockies on Opening Day.
Lohse was very successful for the Brewers last season, but has gotten off to a rough start here in 2015. The veteran allowed 10 hits and two home runs in his first start of the season. He'll try to right the ship against the Pirates this weekend.
Kyle Lohse SP MIL 3 months ago
Manager Ron Roenicke indicated Friday that Lohse will start for the Brewers on Opening Day against the Rockies, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Lohse was probably the favorite to receive the Opening Day nod for the Brewers coming into camp, and nothing has occurred to change it. The veteran posted another solid season in 2014, finishing the campaign with a 3.54 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 141 strikeouts over 198.1 innings.
Kyle Lohse SP MIL 8 months ago
Lohse tossed a two-hit shutout in the Brewers' win over the Reds on Wednesday night.
The victory kept the Brewers' slim playoff hopes alive as the Giants fell 9-1 to the Dodgers on Wednesday. Lohse seems to have gotten back on track in his past few starts after struggling through an ankle injury through August and the early part of September. If the Brewers were to miraculously push their way into a one-game playoff with the Giants for the second Wild Card, Lohse would be on regular rest to take the ball for a Monday start, but it's much more likely that his second campaign with Milwaukee will end with a 3.54 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 141:45 K:BB over 198.1 innings.