Gio Gonzalez SP WAS 13 Hrs

Gonzalez gave up three earned runs on six hits across six innings in a no-decision against the Phillies on Tuesday. He also walked one and struck out four.

This marks Gonzalez's third straight no-decision and ninth start in a row without a win (0-5). His ERA now sits higher than owners would like at 3.86 to go with a similarly unspectacular WHIP of 1.30 and a BB:K of 51:131 in 126 innings (22 starts) this season. He'll try his luck again Monday at Dodger Stadium.

Gio Gonzalez SP WAS 6 Days

Gonzalez scattered four hits over seven scoreless innings to record a no-decision against Arizona on Thursday. He issued three walks and struck out six.

Gonzalez was relatively dominant Thursday, as he allowed just four singles. He's had a bunch of short outings in the last four weeks, so this was easily his best start in about a month, although he still hasn't won a game since July 5. Despite the nice performance Thursday, it's hard to trust Gonzalez, given his inconsistent season. On a positive note, Gonzalez continues to help out fantasy owners in the strikeout department, with 127 Ks in 120 innings this season. With an off day next week for the Nationals, Gonzalez will miss out on two starts, and will instead just have one turn at Philadelphia.

Gio Gonzalez SP WAS 11 Days

Gonzalez gave up three runs on seven hits over five innings in a no-decision against the Pirates on Saturday night.

Pirates starter Jeff Locke pitched well, preventing Gonzalez from exiting with an opportunity to pick up his seventh win of the season Saturday. With a home start against an Arizona lineup sans Paul Goldschmidt next time out, the inconsistent left-hander should have a prime opportunity to rack up strikeouts Thursday.

Gio Gonzalez SP WAS 16 Days

Gonzalez lasted just 4.2 innings Sunday night against the Braves, allowing two earned runs, six hits and four walks while piling up eight strikeouts en route to his ninth loss of the season.

After turning in eight shutout innings versus the Cubs back on July 5th, things have taken a downhill turn for Gonzalez over his past six starts. The 28-year-old lefty's struggles during this stretch can mostly be attributed to a lack of command, as his 15 free passes across 31.1 innings have led to a 5.17 ERA and 1.56 WHIP. Gonzalez will attempt to get back on track next weekend against the Pirates.

Gio Gonzalez SP WAS 22 Days

Gonzalez (6-8) took the loss Tuesday, giving up four runs on six hits while walking two and striking out six in six innings against the visiting Mets.

With losses in four of his last five starts, Gonzalez hasn't seen the win column in a month (July 5), and two of those outings have been less than four innings. Luckily for the Nats, they boast one of the better rotations in baseball, with Gonzalez slotting in fourth behind a trio of proven starters in Stephen Strasburg, Jordan Zimmermann and Doug Fister. With that being said, Washington will need the 28-year-old to tighten things up if they hope to stave off the Braves for the NL East lead, a team he'll square off against in his next start Sunday.

Gio Gonzalez SP WAS 1 Month

Gio Gonzalez limited the Reds to one run over seven innings but took the loss on Saturday.

It was a refreshing start from Gonzalez, who failed to make it out of the fourth inning last Sunday versus the Brewers, but he was out-dueled by Cincinnati ace Johnny Cueto. Gonzalez struck out eight Reds hitters and allowed only four hits. He'll carry a 6-6 record, 3.56 ERA, and 1.22 WHIP into his next start at home against the Phillies.

Gio Gonzalez SP WAS 1 Month

Gio Gonzalez failed to make it out of the fourth inning, but got a no-decision as the Nationals walked off 5-4 winners against the Brewers on Sunday.

The Brewers ran up Gonzalez's pitch count, forcing him to throw 88 pitches to 18 batters before he departed with one out in the third inning. Gonzalez wasn't terrible, but he struggled with command as only 47 of his pitches went for strikes. Overall, he allowed four hits, walked three, and struck out five. Gonzalez will bring a 3.74 ERA, 1.25 WHIP, and a 90/36 K/BB ratio into this weekend's road start against the Reds.

Gio Gonzalez SP WAS 2 Months

Gio Gonzalez fell to 6-5, allowing four runs (three earned) over 6 2/3 innings in Thursday's loss against the Orioles.

Gonzalez entered the start having pitched 22 consecutive scoreless innings, but Steve Pearce put an end to that quickly, blasting a solo home run in the first inning. The O's later rallied for three runs in the third inning, all with two outs. Overall, Gonzalez allowed six hits, walked three, and struck out seven. The lefty will go into the All-Star break with a 3.56 ERA, a 1.21 WHIP, and a 85/33 K/BB ratio.

Gio Gonzalez SP WAS 2 Months

Gio Gonzalez threw eight scoreless innings Saturday in the Nationals' 13-0 rout of the Cubs.

It was a lifeless showing from the Cubs, who unloaded 40 percent of their starting rotation to the A's on Friday night. Gonzalez allowed only four hits and a walk while striking out seven. He's now working on a 22-inning scoreless streak, appearing well-poised for a strong second half of the 2014 season. A date with the Orioles is next.

Gio Gonzalez SP WAS 2 Months

Gio Gonzalez delivered a strong performance in Saturday's victory over the Cubs, allowing just two hits over seven shutout innings.

Gonzalez punched out seven on the afternoon while walking a pair. It's the second straight start that he hasn't allowed a run, as he blanked the Brewers for six frames in Monday's start. Now 5-4 on the season, he'll bring a 3.93 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 71/29 K/BB ratio into Saturday's rematch against these same Cubs in Washington.