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Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 483.515.1 192.3 15 9 163 49 2.90 1.16
2021 40615 148.3 11 3 158 36 3.03 1.11
3y Avg. 32213.4 131.7 10 5 122 36 3.28 1.19
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Gets nod for Opening Day

    Giants manager Gabe Kapler announced Tuesday that Webb will start on Opening Day against the Yankees, Maria I. Guardado of reports. An easy decision here for Kapler after Webb turned in a 2.90 ERA, 1.16 WHIP and 163:49 K:BB over 192.1 innings (32 starts) in 2022. The 26-year-old right-hander did struggle with a back injury down the stretch, but he's been a full-go in camp since late February. He's rightly being selected as top-30 starter in most standard fantasy drafts for 2023.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Starting minors game Thursday

    Webb (back) is scheduled to throw three-plus innings in a minor-league game Thursday, Maria I. Guardado of reports. Webb battled a back injury down the stretch in 2022, but he's already logged two Cactus League starts this spring and will get a little more stretched out with a back-field outing Thursday afternoon in Giants camp. The 26-year-old right-hander seems likely to get the call for San Francisco on Opening Day of the 2023 regular season.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Spring debut coming Monday

    Webb (back) will start Monday's spring game against the Angels, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. The right-hander missed his final start of 2022 due to back stiffness, but it appears he's ready for the start of spring games. Webb will open 2023 as San Francisco's ace after he posted a 2.90 ERA, 1.16 WHIP and 163:49 K:BB across a career-high 192.1 innings last year.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Done for season

    Webb (back) was placed on the 15-day injured list Saturday, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Webb was set to start Sunday against the Diamondbacks, but his season will instead be over after 32 starts. He posted a strong encore to his breakout 2021 campaign, maintaining a 2.90 ERA, 1.16 WHIP and a 163:49 K:BB across 192.1 innings. Sean Hjelle is expected to be recalled to take Webb's place on the active roster, and Scott Alexander will start a bullpen game for the Giants on Sunday.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Could be done for season

    Webb is dealing with back stiffness and may not make another start this season, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Webb's injury doesn't appear to be a major one, but there's little sense in risking anything with the Giants all but eliminated from postseason contention. The 25-year-old righty has seen his innings jump from 148.1 last year to 192.1 this season, so shutting him down at this point may be a good idea even if he weren't dealing with a minor injury. Webb's turn in the rotation is due up Sunday, so the Giants will likely have to make a decision quite soon.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Continues solid September

    Webb (15-9) earned the win during Tuesday's 5-2 victory over Colorado, allowing one run on five hits and one walk with seven strikeouts in five innings. Webb permitted his lone run on three singles in the top of the first and shut Colorado's offense down over the next four frames to fall in line for his fourth win in five September starts. During the stretch, the 25-year-old has pitched to a 2.96 ERA with 26 strikeouts in 27.1 innings. Webb has been one of the most durable pitchers this season -- he's tied for the MLB lead with 32 games started and ranks fourth with 192.1 innings. He lines up to make one more start before the campaign concludes Oct. 5.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Earns win over Rockies

    Webb (14-9) picked up the win on Wednesday, shutting out the Rockies over 5.1 innings while allowing just one hit and striking out five. He did not issue a walk but did hit a batter. Webb brought his best stuff in this one as he cruised through the first five innings without allowing a hit. He was then removed from the game with one out in the sixth after he allowed a single to Sean Bouchard. The right-hander threw only 66 pitches, including 13 first-pitch strikes, but he made an early exit as the Giants are managing his workload down the stretch since he's already thrown a career-high 187.1 innings. Webb is projected for a rematch with the Rockies next week in San Francisco.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Grabs win over Dodgers

    Webb (12-8) allowed three runs (two earned) on seven hits and no walks with six strikeouts in six innings to earn the win over the Dodgers on Monday. The Giants hit five home runs in the contest, giving Webb plenty of support to take down the rival Dodgers. This ended a three-start losing streak for the right-hander, and it was his first quality start since he pitched eight scoreless innings Aug. 13 versus the Pirates. Webb has a 2.89 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 143:56 K:BB through 171 innings across 28 starts this year. He'll look to build off of this outing in his next start, tentatively scheduled as a road date versus the Cubs this weekend.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Unlucky loss Tuesday

    Webb (11-8) took the loss Tuesday versus the Padres, allowing just one unearned run on four hits and a walk with seven strikeouts in 5.2 innings. Webb was fairly solid, but the Padres were able to scrape together a run in the sixth inning with the help of an error. The Padres added on in the seventh and the Giants couldn't catch up, sending Webb to his season-high third consecutive loss. The right-hander still has a solid 3.22 ERA with a 1.18 WHIP and 137:46 K:BB through 165 innings across 27 starts this year. He'll look to snap the losing streak in a tough road start versus the Dodgers next week, which will likely be the first in a two-start week for Webb.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Beat up by Tigers

    Webb (11-7) allowed six earned runs on five hits and three walks while striking out six across 4.2 innings to take the loss Wednesday against the Tigers. Webb imploded in the fifth inning, as he allowed five hits and a walk to account for all six of the earned runs charged to him. He's now allowed six earned runs in two of his last five starts while recording only two quality starts in his last six outings. Despite the rough stretch, Webb still has a 3.33 ERA and a 130:45 K:BB across 159.1 frames on the season.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Lasts 4.2 innings in loss

    Webb (11-6) took the loss Thursday against Arizona, allowing five runs (three earned) on nine hits and three walks in 4.2 innings. He did not strike out any batters. Webb was not at his best Thursday as 12 of the 24 batters he faced reached safely. It was the first time in his big-league career that he failed to record a strikeout in a start. He was pulled with two outs in the fifth inning, ending a streak of 13 straight starts where he completed at least five frames. After fanning an impressive 26.5 percent of batters in 2021, the 25-year-old has a below-average 19.6 percent strikeout rate this season. His next start will likely be in the middle of next week in Detroit.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Excellent in win over Pirates

    Webb (11-5) earned the win Saturday over the Pirates. He allowed five hits and two walks while striking out nine over eight shutout innings. Webb was efficient, throwing 65 of 99 pitches for strikes in his best start of the season. Since getting roughed up by the Dodgers on Aug. 1, Webb has won his last two starts, allowing just two runs, nine hits and five walks across 15 innings in those appearances. The right-hander's gem Saturday lowered his ERA to 3.00 with a 1.13 WHIP and 124:39 K:BB through 150 innings across 24 starts this year. He's projected for a home start versus the Diamondbacks next week.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Strong performance in win

    Webb (10-5) earned the victory Sunday in Oakland, striking out five in seven innings while allowing two runs on four hits, three walks and a hit batsman. Webb did not allow a hit until the fifth inning when Vimael Machin led off with a double and later came around to score. The 25-year-old righty recorded 11 groundouts and completed the seven frames with 97 pitches thrown. In his previous two starts, he allowed a combined 10 runs in 10.1 innings, so Sunday's start was a step back in the right direction. For the season, his 3.17 ERA and 1.15 WHIP are very much in line with the 3.03 ERA and 1.11 WHIP he produced last season. His next start will likely be next weekend against Pittsburgh.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Roughed up in loss

    Webb (9-5) allowed six runs on eight hits, a walk and a hit batsman while striking out just two in five innings as he took the loss versus the Dodgers on Monday. Webb had a run of eight straight quality starts in June and July, but his last two outings have been less than impressive. He gave up a two-run home run to Max Muncy in the second inning and then let the Dodgers cobble together a three-run rally in the third. He was also tagged for one more run in the fifth. The six runs allowed were a season high for Webb, who now has a 3.20 ERA, 1.16 WHIP and 110:34 K:BB through 135 innings in 22 starts. The good news is that outings like this have been rare for the right-hander, who is projected for a much more favorable road start in Oakland this weekend.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Takes loss Wednesday

    Webb (9-4) was tagged with the loss against Arizona on Wednesday, pitching 6.1 innings and allowing four runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out five batters. Webb entered the seventh inning with the scored tied 2-2, but he gave up consecutive singles to start the frame. Both of those runners were cashed in one batter later, sending Webb to the showers and saddling him with his fourth loss. The right-hander had given up four combined runs over 26 innings across his previous four starts entering Wednesday, so the unhappy outcome against Arizona was far from the norm in terms of his recent performances.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Control issues in loss

    Webb allowed a run on five hits and four walks with two strikeouts in six innings in a no-decision versus the Dodgers on Friday. The four walks were a season high for Webb, but he was able to navigate the danger fairly well. He threw 63 of 103 pitches for strikes, though his control was not as sharp as usual. The right-hander still picked up his eighth straight quality start while lowering his ERA to 2.77 with a 1.12 WHIP and 103:32 K:BB across 123.2 innings in 20 starts. He's projected for a road start in Arizona next week.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Earns victory in quality start

    Webb (9-3) earned the win during Sunday's 9-5 victory over Milwaukee, allowing two runs on four hits and two walks with five strikeouts in six-plus innings. Webb shut down Milwaukee's offense following a Willy Adames solo home run in the first inning and cruised to an easy win on an efficient 88 pitches. The 25-year-old has now delivered seven straight quality starts -- during which he's pitched to a 1.37 ERA across 46 innings -- and ranks fourth in the league with 14 quality starts on the season. Webb wraps up the first half with a 2.83 ERA and 1.10 WHIP with 101 strikeouts in 117.2 innings across 19 starts.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Excellent in no-decision

    Webb allowed a run on six hits and a walk while striking out two in eight innings in a 2-1 extra-inning loss Thursday in San Diego. He did not factor into the decision. Webb was efficient and around the zone all night, throwing 70 of his 103 pitches for strikes. The lone mark against him came in the fourth inning, when Manny Machado hit a solo homer. While he is fanning fewer batters this season, Webb's 2.98 ERA and 1.11 WHIP are nearly identical to his 3.03 ERA and 1.11 WHIP last season. His next start will likely be early next week against Arizona.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Takes loss in quality start

    Webb (7-3) took the loss during Saturday's 5-3 defeat at the hands of the White Sox, allowing five runs (three earned) on six hits and a walk with five strikeouts in six innings. Webb began Saturday's start with three perfect innings but encountered trouble in the fourth and sixth, when he surrendered all but one of his baserunners and all five runs scored with the help of two errors. The 25-year-old fired 67 of 101 pitches for strikes with 14 of the swinging variety and is averaging over 103 pitches with 8.5 K/9 across his last five starts compared to just over 90 pitches and 7.6 K/9 in his first 11 turns. Webb is set to face off against San Diego in his next start, projected for midweek.
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  • Giants' Logan Webb: Strong in Saturday's win

    Webb (7-2) allowed an unearned run on two hits, two walks and a hit batter with six strikeouts in six innings, earning the win versus the Reds on Saturday. Webb was just average for much of May and into June, but he's rediscovered the form that made him look like a staff ace in the latter half of 2021. Over his last three starts, he's covered 20 innings while allowing two runs (one earned), 13 hits and five walks while striking out 22. The right-hander now has a 3.04 ERA, 1.12 WHIP and 81:22 K:BB across 91.2 innings in 15 starts overall. He'll look to keep rolling in a projected home start versus the White Sox next weekend.
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