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Team W-L L10 STRK
37-25 8-2 W2
36-27 4-6 W1
32-30 5-5 W3
29-33 5-5 W1
26-38 2-8 L4

2023 Pitching

Innings Pitched
Earned Run Average
Base on Balls (Walk)
Regular Season 84.1 4 6 3.09 85 17

Top Logan Webb News

  • Giants' Logan Webb: Yields four runs

    Webb allowed four runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out three over 5.1 innings in a no-decision versus the Rockies on Wednesday.

    Webb gave up the first four runs of the game, but the Giants rallied over the seventh and eighth innings to get him off the hook. This was his second-shortest outing of the season, though it's no surprise that pitching in Colorado gave him some trouble. The right-hander has allowed seven runs over his last 12.1 innings, following a four-start stretch in which he gave up just three runs over 27 innings. Webb's at a 3.09 ERA, 1.09 WHIP and 85:17 K:BB through 84.1 innings across 13 starts overall. He's lined up for a road start versus St. Louis next week.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Touched up in loss

    Webb (4-6) took the loss Friday, allowing three runs on four hits and one walk over seven innings against Baltimore. He struck out six.

    Webb allowed eight home runs in his first 45 innings in 2023. Heading into Friday, he had eliminated the long ball in his previous four starts. Gunnar Henderson's seventh-inning blast snapped Webb's 33-inning stretch without allowing a homer. After winning 15 games and posting a 2.90 ERA in 2022, Webb has actually been better this season. His ERA, WHIP, K/9 and BB/9 are all better in 2023, as the 26-year-old remains a stud at the top of the Giants' rotation.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Double-digit strikeouts in win

    Webb (4-5) earned the win Saturday, allowing one run on four hits and one walk over seven innings during a 3-1 victory over Milwaukee. He struck out 11.

    Webb's start was pushed back from Thursday to Saturday to give him extra time to recover from lower-back soreness, and it appears to have paid off, as he dominated the Brewers across seven innings. The right-hander's 11 strikeouts were his most since recording a season-high 12 during his first start of the year, and he's now allowed one or fewer earned runs in four straight appearances. During that stretch, Webb holds a 1.00 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 28:7 K:BB across 27 innings. He'll look to make it eight straight quality starts his next time out, which is tentatively scheduled for the opener of a three-game weekend set versus Baltimore.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Pushed back to Saturday

    Webb, who was initially lined up to start Thursday's series opener in Milwaukee, will instead make his next turn through the rotation in Saturday's game against the Brewers while he receives additional time to recover from lower-back soreness, Evan Webeck of The San Jose Mercury News reports.

    As a result of pushing back Webb, the Giants will treat Thursday's game as a bullpen day, with lefty reliever Scott Alexander serving as the opener and Jakob Junis being the most likely option to cover multiple innings behind him. Manager Gabe Kapler reiterated Wednesday that the Giants aren't concerned about Webb, whose previous start May 20 versus the Marlins ended early on account of the injury. Webb was able to throw from 90 feet Tuesday without issue and shouldn't be in store for any major restrictions with his workload Saturday.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Cleared for next start

    Webb (back) will make his next scheduled start Thursday in Milwaukee, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    Webb dealt with some lower-back soreness during his last start Saturday against the Marlins, but tests came back clean and he's expected to be fine. The right-hander will carry a 2.91 ERA into Thursday's outing versus the Brewers.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Dealing with lingering soreness

    Webb has some lingering soreness in his back Sunday, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    The right-hander was pulled from Saturday's start against the Marlins after six innings with lower-back tightness, and he's experiencing some soreness a day later. Webb has yet to be sent for an MRI, and manager Gabe Kapler said "we're just not sure yet" if the imaging is necessary. The 26-year-old's availability for his next turn through the rotation remains up in the air as he continues to be evaluated.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Removed with back tightness

    Webb left Saturday's start against the Marlins with lower back tightness, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    Webb fired six scoreless innings while allowing four hits and two walks with seven strikeouts before he was removed from the contest. The right-hander told reporters he doesn't expect to miss his next start and that he's not scheduled to undergo an MRI at this point. It's certainly something to pay close attention to, but it does appear for now that Webb will be good to roll next week.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Receives no run support

    Webb allowed one run on three hits and three walks over seven innings during Sunday's loss to Arizona. He struck out three and did not factor in the decision.

    Webb worked through a bases-loaded jam in the first inning and fired four shutout frames before Arizona plated a run in the fifth. The Giants didn't provide much run support and lost 2-1. Webb has allowed two or fewer runs in five straight starts, posting a 2.04 ERA and a 30:8 K:BB during that span. For the season, he's sporting a 3.20 ERA across 59 innings. Webb's next start is projected to be at home against the Marlins.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Seven strong innings in win

    Webb (3-5) allowed a run on nine hits and a walk while striking out seven over seven innings to earn the win Tuesday over the Nationals.

    Webb threw a stunning 85 of 102 pitches for strikes. While the Nationals got their hits, only one went for extra bases, and Webb was effective at limiting the damage to a Dominic Smith RBI single in the sixth inning. After allowing four runs in each of his first four starts, Webb has kept opponents to two runs or less in each of his last four outings. He owns a 3.46 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 55:8 K:BB over 52 innings this season. The right-hander is projected for a road start in Arizona this weekend.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Earns second win

    Webb (2-5) earned the win Wednesday, allowing two runs on five hits and two walks over 7.2 innings against Houston. He struck out five.

    Webb was excellent Wednesday, holding the Astros scoreless until Alex Bregman's two-run homer with two outs in the eighth inning. The 26-year-old Webb has allowed two runs in each of his last three starts, pitching into the seventh inning in all three outings. He now has a 3.80 ERA with a 1.11 WHIP and 48:7 K:BB through seven starts (45 innings) to begin the season.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Gets no support in loss

    Webb dropped to 1-5 with a loss against St. Louis on Thursday. He pitched 6.2 innings, allowing two runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out seven batters.

    Webb was brilliant through six frames, keeping the Cardinals off the scoreboard and retiring 10 straight batters. He finally wilted in the seventh, allowing a solo homer and three singles to fall behind 2-0. San Francisco never managed to push across a run, causing Webb to take his fifth defeat of the campaign. That's the most losses of any hurler in the majors this season, but Webb hasn't been terrible -- he's recorded a 4.10 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and an outstanding 43:5 K:BB across 37.1 frames.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Strikes out eight in first win

    Webb (1-4) earned the win Saturday, allowing two runs on five hits and one walk over seven innings during a 7-4 win over the Mets. He struck out eight.

    Webb gave up an RBI double to Daniel Vogelbach in the second and a solo shot to Brandon Nimmo in the third, but he got plenty of run support and cruised through a season-high seven innings en route to his first win. Through five starts (30.2 innings), the right-hander sports a 4.40 ERA with a dominating 36:4 K:BB.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Handed fourth loss

    Webb (0-4) took the loss Monday against the Marlins, allowing four runs on eight hits over 6.2 innings. He struck out six.

    Webb managed to strike out six but struggled to contain Miami's offense down the stretch, conceding four runs before being replaced in the seventh inning. Despite initially appearing on track for his first win of the season, Jorge Soler's pitch-hit, two-run blast in the seventh turned the tide in Miami's favor. Webb boasts an impressive 28 strikeouts over 23.2 innings this year -- an impressive trend after he logged an underwhelming 20.7 percent strikeout rate last season. His 56.9 percent groundball rate and 3.1 percent walk rate are also strong marks, but he has struggled to strand runners (60.9 percent) and has a career-worst 1.9 HR/9. Webb will have the opportunity to rebound in his next scheduled start in the upcoming series against the Mets.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Sunday's game postponed

    Webb and the Giants won't play Sunday against the Tigers after the game was postponed due to inclement weather, Jason Beck of reports.

    Webb was slated to make his fourth start of the season Sunday, but the game was called off following a five-hour delay. The Giants haven't revealed their updated pitching plans for their three-game series in Miami early next week, but Webb did some throwing work in the outfield Sunday, and it wouldn't be surprising to see him pitch against the Marlins at some point.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Signs massive extension

    Webb and the Giants agreed on a five-year, $90 million contract extension Friday, Jeff Passan of reports.

    After operating as one of the best pitchers in the National League for the last few seasons, Webb gets his big paycheck. The right-hander produced a 2.90 ERA and 1.16 WHIP with 163 strikeouts over 192.1 innings in 32 starts last season. After Carlos Rodon left San Francisco following the 2022 campaign, Webb became the unquestioned ace of the Giants' staff in 2023. With him locked up for the long haul, the 26-year-old can focus on his craft and no longer worry about contract negotiations.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Drops third straight

    Webb (0-3) took the loss Monday, allowing four runs on six hits and one walk over six innings in a 9-1 defeat to the Dodgers. He struck out six.

    Webb struggled with the long ball again, serving up a solo shot to Mookie Betts in the first and a three-run homer to Max Muncy in the third. Through three starts (17 innings), the right-hander has given up 12 earned runs on 19 hits, including four home runs, but his 22:3 K:BB is still encouraging.

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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Struggles early in loss

    Webb (0-2) took the loss Wednesday, allowing four runs on nine hits and zero walks over five innings against the White Sox. He struck out four.

    Webb gave up two runs in the first, and it could have been worse as Andrew Vaughn was thrown out at home by Mike Yastrzemski to end the inning. The right-hander was able to settle down and tossed three shutout frames before giving up back-to-back RBI knocks to Hanser Alberto and Luis Robert in the fifth, though he was able to get out of the inning before being replaced to start the sixth. Webb posted a 2.90 ERA in 2022, and while his ERA sits at 6.55 through two starts this season, his 16:2 K:BB is encouraging.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 220 lbs
Birthplace: Rocklin, CA
Age: 26
Experience: 3
Bats/Throws: R, R