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Hammel pitched three innings of scoreless relief in Thursday's loss to Texas. He scattered three singles and struck out four.
Hammel will miss his scheduled start over the weekend to attend the birth of his child, so he was used in relief Thursday, after Sonny Gray lasted just five innings. The plan as of now is for Hammel to slot back into the rotation on September 25, but check back later to confirm.
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Hammel (personal) will likely slot back into the rotation Sept. 25 against the Rangers, San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Hammel will leave the team after Thursday's game to attend to the birth of his child, opening the door for Drew Pomeranz to face the Phillies on Saturday. The expectation is that Hammel will rejoin the team after the weekend and take his next turn Sept. 25, in what may very well be his final start of the season.
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Hammel's next start will be pushed back, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Hammel would have been in line otherwise for the A's final game, which could have big playoff implications, obviously.
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Hammel allowed three runs over five inning while striking out six on Friday night against the Mariners.
Hammel gave up two solo homers which hurt his cause, but was fairly effective in his outing. He only threw 78 pitches because the A's needed to pinch hit for him in the sixth after losing their DH when the DH, Derek Norris, had to go into the game to catch. After a tough start with the A's, Hammel has been quite strong his last seven starts, allowing more than three runs only once. He will next toe the rubber on Thursday against the Rangers.
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Hammel pitched well on Sunday, allowing only two earned runs over 6.2 innings with seven strikeouts.
Hammel had a shutout through six innings, but tired in the 7th inning, allowing both his runs and was not able to finish the inning. After a rough start to his A's career, Hammel has now allowed two runs or fewer in five of his last six starts and looks to have solidified his spot int he rotation for the rest of the season. Hammel will next take the mound on Friday in Seattle.
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Hammel won Monday against the Mariners as he pitched eight innings and allowed one run, three hits and one walk to go along with five strikeouts.
Hammel has had some struggles since being traded to Oakland, but he has allowed one run and pitched at least seven innings in both of his last two starts. He may be getting hot at the right time for the Athletics.
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Hammel threw very well on Tuesday night against the Astros, allowing only three hits and one run over seven innings while striking out six.
Hammel got a no decision when Luke Gregerson blew the lead after he replaced him in the eighth inning. Hammel had been skipped last time through the rotation and appeared on the edge of maybe losing his rotation spot due to his struggles since joining the A's. This start will likely earn him a start the next time he comes up in the rotation, Monday at home against the Mariners.
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Hammel will be skipped through this turn of the roation, reports susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle.
This is not a surprise as it was hard to see the A's sending Hammel out there to face the now first-place Angels this weekend. Hammel has been an utter mess in his time with the A's with a 1-5 record to go with his 6.75 ERA.
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Hammel was lit up on Friday, allowing five earned runs and three homers only over three innings.
No way to sugar coat this one, Hammel has been flat terrible since joining the A's via trade in July. The three homers the Braves hit off him on Friday were all bad mistake pitches right in the middle of the zone. In seven starts since joining the A's, Hammel is now 1-5 with a 6.75 ERA. He had been better his last two starts, but this blowup has to make his hold on a starting rotation spot weak at best. The A's have two off days before his next start, so it is possible they could skip his next turn in the rotation which would be against the second-place Angels.
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Hammel (9-9) held the Rays scoreless over 5.2 innings, giving up seven hits while walking four and striking out two in the victory on Tuesday.
Hammel finally gets his first win as a member of the A's. It certainly wasn't a pretty performance, as evidenced by the 11 base runners allowed in just 5.2 innings, but in the end he turned in his best outing since joining the team. The main threat came when the Rays' loaded the bases with two outs in the second, but Hammel would get Kevin Kiermaier to ground out to end the inning. Through five starts with the A's, Hammel has compiled a 7.15 ERA, numbers that he'll be looking to improve upon when he takes on the Twins in his next scheduled start.