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Earned Run Average
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Sep 29, 2023 6.0 5 5 4.46 20
Sep 24, 2023 4.1 4 5 4.54 7.5
Sep 17, 2023 4.0 4 5 4.56 -3
Sep 12, 2023 4.0 4 4 4.47
Aug 29, 2023 6.0 4 4 4.20 9.5

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 2219.6 117.0 5 5 98 39 4.46 1.28
2020 0.0 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 2219.6 117.0 5 5 98 39 4.46 1.28
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Nabs fifth win

    Williamson (5-5) earned the win in Friday's 19-2 victory in St. Louis after allowing two runs on five hits and two walks over six innings. He struck out two. Williamson cruised to an easy win thanks to massive run support, but he still delivered his first quality start since Aug. 29 and first win since Aug. 7. The 25-year-old lefty will end his rookie campaign with a 4.46 ERA and a 98:39 K:BB through 117 frames. Williamson registered a 5.55 ERA over his final five starts.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Pulled in fifth frame

    Williamson did not factor into the decision Sunday, allowing two runs on four hits and one walk over 4.1 innings against Pittsburgh. He struck out three. Williamson allowed only two baserunners through four innings but was tagged by a Jack Suwinski solo homer to lead off the fifth. Williamson then allowed a one-out double to Henry Davis followed by an RBI single by Jason Delay and was removed after 74 pitches. Following a stretch during which he worked into the sixth in eight of nine starts, Williamson has failed to get through the fifth in each of his last three appearances. The rookie has started 22 games for the Reds spanning 111 innings and will carry a 4.54 ERA into his final start of the regular season, scheduled to take place next weekend in St. Louis.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Loses to Mets

    Williamson (4-5) yielded three runs on six hits and a walk over four innings Sunday, striking out two and taking a loss against the Mets. Williamson began the game with a pair of scoreless frames before coughing up three runs in the third. In two starts since returning from the COVID-19 injured list, he's allowed eight runs in eight innings. He's produced a 4.68 ERA in eight outings since the start of August. Williamson's next start is projected to be at home against the Pirates.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Struggles in return

    Williamson did not factor into the decision Tuesday, allowing five runs on seven hits and two walks over four innings against the Tigers. He struck out four. Williamson returned from the COVID-19-related injured list Tuesday and lasted only four innings, his shortest outing since July 6. The 25-year-old rookie looked especially rusty during a 29-pitch first inning in which he allowed three runs on five hits. Williamson will look to bounce back in his next start, which is slated to come on the road against the Mets this weekend.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Activated for Tuesday's start

    Williamson (illness) was activated from the COVID-19-related injured list ahead of his scheduled start Tuesday at Detroit. Williamson wound up missing a couple of weeks while battling COVID-like symptoms. The 25-year-old left-hander returns to a 4-4 record, 4.20 ERA, 1.24 WHIP and 87:33 K:BB across the 98.2 innings covering his first 19 starts.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Slated to return Tuesday

    Williamson (illness) will return from the COVID-19-related injured list to start Tuesday against the Tigers, Gordon Wittenmyer of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Williamson will have gone exactly two weeks between starts, as he was placed on the COVID-19 list Sept. 2 after making his last appearance for the Reds four days earlier. The left-hander had turned in two straight quality starts before going on the list, but he's been an up-and-down performer this season and might not be ready for a full workload Tuesday.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Won't start Sunday

    Williamson was placed on the COVID-19 injured list and won't start as scheduled Sunday against the Cubs, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Williamson joins Hunter Greene, Ben Lively and Fernando Cruz as Reds pitchers on the COVID list. No replacement starter has been named for Sunday, but Connor Phillips, Michael Mariot and Levi Stoudt are potential options to be called up from Triple-A Louisville.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Tosses six scoreless frames

    Williamson ended with a no-decision against Arizona on Thursday, allowing six hits and one walk while striking out six batters over six scoreless innings. All six of the hits against Williamson were singles, and he picked up his fifth quality start of the campaign. The southpaw struck out exactly six batters for the third straight game, and he's pitched well over that stretch despite not picking up any wins, posting a 2.60 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 18:4 K:BB over 17.1 innings. Williamson has had a few blow-ups this season but has been mostly consistent, giving up three or fewer earned runs in 14 of his 18 outings. He's at a 4.18 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 82:33 K:BB over 92.2 frames overall.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Allows four runs in loss

    Williamson (4-3) took the loss Saturday, allowing four runs on nine hits and one walk over 5.2 innings against Toronto. He struck out six. Williamson allowed nine hits to Toronto, eight of which were singles, including a string of three consecutive run-scoring base knocks in the fourth inning. The one extra-base hit surrendered by the 25-year-old was a fifth-inning solo homer by Davis Schneider, which gave the Blue Jays a 4-3 lead and proved to be the difference. After a challenging start to his rookie campaign, Williamson has pitched well since the start of July, posting a 3.38 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 47:15 K:BB across 48 innings. He lines up to face Arizona on the road next week.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Allows one run

    Williamson yielded one run on two hits and two walks over 5.2 innings in a Game 1 loss to the Pirates during Sunday's doubleheader. He struck out six and did not factor in the decision. Williamson allowed a leadoff single to Ke'Bryan Hayes before retiring 12 straight batters. The Pirates then broke through with a run in the fifth inning. Williamson has given up just two runs while registering a 15:2 K:BB over his last two outings. His season ERA dropped to 4.33 with a 70:31 K:BB through 81 innings. Williamson's next outing is projected to be at home against the Blue Jays.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Start postponed

    Williamson's scheduled start Saturday against the Pirates was postponed due to inclement weather. The Pirates and Reds will play a doubleheader Sunday to make up for Saturday's postponed contest, and Williamson will presumably start in one of the two games. The 25-year-old southpaw holds a 4.32 ERA and 1.26 WHIP across his last three starts.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Punches out nine

    Williamson (4-2) allowed one run on three hits over 6.2 innings Monday, striking out nine and earning a win over Miami. After coughing up a solo shot to Jorge Soler in the first inning, Williamson locked in and dominated the Marlins. Williamson struck out a career-high nine batters while tying his longest MLB outing. He had a slight hiccup against the Cubs in his last start following a dominant July. The 25-year-old posted a 2.45 ERA in five starts last month but yielded five runs in his most recent appearance to kick off August. Williamson will carry a 4.54 ERA into his next outing, which is projected to be in Pittsburgh.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Can't get out of fifth inning

    Williamson allowed five runs on four hits and two walks while striking out seven batters in a no-decision against the Cubs on Wednesday. Williamson got enough early run support to hold a 5-3 lead through four innings, but he allowed two of the first three batters he faced to reach base in the fifth before getting the hook. Both runners came around to score after his departure, marking the first time Williamson has allowed five runs in an outing since he yielded six to the Dodgers on June 7. The southpaw as least managed to contribute seven punchouts in the start Wednesday despite notching just four swings-and-misses. Williamson came out of the All-Star break by picking up two wins and posting a 2.55 ERA over his first three starts, but it's uncertain if he'll hold onto a rotation spot when Hunter Greene (hip) and Nick Lodolo (lower leg) return from the injured list, which is expected to happen later this month. Williamson should have at least a few more starts to prove himself before the Reds need to make that decision.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Escapes with win

    Williamson (3-2) allowed two runs on eight hits and four walks while striking out two over 5.2 innings to pick up the win Friday over the Dodgers. Williamson's 12 baserunners were by far his most in an appearance this season, but he was able to work around the trouble. He finishes July having not allowed more than two runs in any outing, and he gave up just seven runs over 25.2 innings across his five starts for the month. Williamson has a 4.48 ERA, 1.34 WHIP and 48:27 K:BB through 64.1 innings through 13 starts this year. He's projected for a road start versus the Cubs next week.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Posts another quality start

    Williamson (2-2) earned the win Saturday, allowing one run on three hits and one walk over six innings against the Diamondbacks. He struck out five. Williamson got off to a red-hot start Saturday, retiring the first nine batters he faced while not allowing a hit until the fifth inning. Though the southpaw had only logged one quality start through his first 10 appearances, he's rattled of back-to-back quality starts to lower his season ERA to 4.60 to go along with a 46:23 K:BB. However, he'll face a challenge in nabbing a third straight quality start considering his next outing is tentatively scheduled to come on the road against the Dodgers.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Takes no-decision in series opener

    Williamson didn't factor into the decision Monday, allowing two runs on four hits and three walks while striking out three over six innings in a 4-2 loss to the Giants. The game was suspended due to rain and thunder that wouldn't stop Monday, so the two teams finished it off before Tuesday's regularly scheduled affair. It was the third time in Williamson's last four starts that rain impacted the game. The left-hander gave up another two home runs, increasing his count allowed to 10 over 52.2 innings (1.7 HR/9). His next outing is tentatively scheduled for Saturday against Arizona.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Hurls three shutout innings

    Williamson did not factor into the decision Thursday, allowing one hit and one walk over three scoreless innings in a 5-4 win over the Nationals. He struck out four. Williamson made it through just one inning before the game was delayed nearly two hours due to rain. Despite the long break, the right-hander still returned to the mound to complete another two innings and actually struck out the first two batters he faced following the delay. Williamson has now allowed three earned runs or fewer in five consecutive starts and has not surrendered a home run in any of his last three.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Holds Padres to two runs

    Williamson (1-2) took the loss Saturday, allowing two runs on three hits and one walk over five innings against the Padres. He struck out five. Williamson pitched fairly well against a surging Padres lineup, retiring eight of the first 10 batters he faced on the afternoon before surrendering an RBI double to Fernando Tatis in the top of the third. The right-hander was relieved by Buck Farmer in the sixth inning after giving up a leadoff single to Austin Nola, who would eventually come around to score on a three-run blast from Juan Soto. Williamson had allowed at least three runs in each of his last four starts coming in, so Saturday's effort, despite the loss, was still an encouraging sign for the 25-year-old.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Struggles versus Baltimore

    Williamson (1-1) took the loss Monday, allowing three runs on two hits and four walks over two innings in a 10-3 loss to Baltimore. He struck out two. Williamson was replaced in the third inning after a long rain delay, marking the shortest outing of his career. Before Monday's contest, the rookie had less than ideal results through his first seven big-league starts, posting 5.40 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 27:13 K:BB across 36.2 innings, and his poor outing versus Baltimore certainly didn't help his cause. Nonetheless, Cincinnati is dealing with numerous injuries to its starting rotation -- including ace Hunter Greene (hip) -- so despite his struggles, Williamson's role is fairly secure moving forward.
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  • Reds' Brandon Williamson: Fans five in no-decision

    Williamson allowed three runs on six hits over five-plus innings in Monday's win over Colorado. He struck out five and did not factor in the decision. Williamson allowed just one run through five frames before being charged with two more in the sixth inning despite not recording an out in the frame. His 5.40 remained unchanged while he improved his season K:BB to 27:13 through 36.2 innings. He's turned in two straight starts without issuing a walk but he's been tagged with six homers over his last four outings. Williamson is currently lined up for a home matchup with Atlanta this weekend.
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