15DRyan WebbRP TB 2 hours ago
Webb (pectoral) has been activated from the disabled list.
Webb made four rehab outings before being activated Saturday. He's managed to avoid too much trouble out Tampa Bay's bullpen, despite posting a 1.531 WHIP.
Jake OdorizziSP TB 3 hours ago
Odorizzi (3-3) took a no-decision, allowing five runs on eight hits over six innings, including three homers in a loss to the Orioles on Saturday night. He also struck out one and walked one.
Tampa Bay spotted Odorizzi a four-run lead, but he left with just a one-run cushion after six. When Odorizzi has run into trouble this season, it's usually been because of homers. Since May 13, he's allowed 12 bombs in 48.2 innings, giving him a 2.22 HR/9 rate over the last nine starts. The good news is despite the high amount of home runs, Odorizzi has a respectable 3.93 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and 83 strikeouts in 89.1 innings. His next start will be Thursday against Detroit.
Marwin GonzalezIF/LF/DH HOU 3 hours ago
Gonzalez went 2-for-6 with a homer, two runs and two RBI Saturday at the Royals.
Gonzalez left the yard for the sixth time this year to give the Astros a seven-run lead in the fourth inning of a game they'd win easily. He's now hit safely in each of his last five games to raise his batting average to .258.
Chris YoungP KC 3 hours ago
Young (2-7) allowed seven runs on seven hits and four walks while striking out two over 2.1 innings to take the loss Saturday against the Astros.
After getting out of the first inning without allowing a run, a seven-run second led to Young's early exit. Before this meltdown, he had only given up three runs over his last 10.1 innings of work covering two starts, and his ERA soared from 5.61 to 6.54. He'll make his next start Thursday at the Cardinals.
Jose Altuve2B HOU 3 hours ago
Altuve went 4-for-5 with two doubles, a three-run homer and three runs Saturday at the Royals.
Altuve's 13th homer of the year was part of a seven-run second inning that helped the Astros to a big road victory. He's now homered four of his last six games to raise his slash line to .348/.427/.567.
Carlos CorreaSS HOU 3 hours ago
Correa went 2-for-4 with a double, a homer, a walk and two RBI Saturday at the Royals.
Correa's 12th blast of the year capped off a seven-run second inning that led the Astros to an easy road victory. He now has seven extra-base hits over his last four games to raise his slash line to .265/.363/.467.
Chris TillmanSP BAL 3 hours ago
Tillman (10-1) had his worst start of the year, allowing six runs on 10 hits over five innings in a no-decision against the Rays on Saturday night. He also struck out two and walked two.
The six runs were the most Tillman has allowed and the two strikeouts were his fewest in a game since April 14. Tillman has allowed 10 runs in his last 10 innings, but he hasn't lost either start because the Orioles offense averaged 9.5 runs. Baltimore has lost just two games Tillman has started this year, but run support has been a big reason why, as the Orioles are averaging 5.7 runs per game over his last 10 outings. Tillman is 10-1 with a 3.52 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 88 strikeouts in 94.2 innings. His next start will be Thursday against the Mariners.
Mike FiersSP HOU 3 hours ago
Fiers (5-3) allowed three runs, two of which were earned, on nine hits and three walks while striking out one over 4.1 innings, but received no decision Saturday at the Royals.
Fiers left the game with a 9-3 lead, but his lack of control caused him to burn through 94 pitches, and he was unable to get through the fifth inning, costing him a potential victory. He now has allowed two or fewer earned runs in four of his last five starts, and his ERA is at 4.41. He'll make his next start Friday against the White Sox.
15DDarren O'DayRP BAL 3 hours ago
O'Day (hamstring) threw a bullpen session Saturday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
O'Day is scheduled to throw another bullpen and two simulated games when the Orioles go out on the road beginning next week.
Julio TeheranSP ATL 3 hours ago
Teheran (3-7) allowed no runs on five hits while striking out seven over eight innings, but received no decision Saturday against the Mets.
Teheran was unfortunate to face Jacob deGrom, who also pitched eight scoreless innings, and the game was in a scoreless tie upon his departure. He now has thrown 17 shutout innings over his last two starts to lower his ERA to 2.46. He'll make his next start Thursday against the Marlins.