|Bats / Throws||Left / Left|
|Date of Birth||10/1/1991|
|Height, Weight||6'2", 195 lbs|
|Drafted||2010 - Rd 12 by WSH|
|Fantasy Own %||93.3|
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Ray was the pitcher of record in the Diamondbacks' 8-5 loss to the Dodgers on Saturday in Game 2 of the series. He lasted 4.1 innings and was charged with four runs on four hits, four walks and three wild pitches while striking out six batters.
After tossing 2.1 innings in relief in the Diamondbacks' wild-card win over the Rockies on Oct. 4, Ray was called upon to start on three days' rest, and his fatigue showed. The four runs the lefty allowed were his second most in any of his last 10 appearances, with his inability to consistently throw strikes proving to be his downfall. With the Diamondbacks now in a 2-0 series hole, it's possible that Ray won't see the mound again in 2017 if the Dodgers are able to sweep Arizona in Game 3 on Monday.
Robbie Ray fell to 0-1, allowing four runs on four hits and four walks in 4.1 innings, as the Arizona Diamondbacks lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers 8-5 on Saturday. Ray struck out six, ending the game with an 8.31 ERA and 1.85 WHIP on the season.
The Diamondbacks needed a big outing out of Ray and instead got a mess of one, as the 15-game winner also hit a batter and uncorked three wild pitches in addition to his four walks. It's quite possibly a sour ending to an otherwise brilliant season for the lefty, who finished third in the NL in strikeouts (218) and fourth in ERA (2.89).
Ray was charged with one run over 2.1 innings in relief Wednesday in the Diamondbacks' 11-8 win over the Rockies in the National League wild-card game. He gave up two hits and struck out three in the 34-pitch outing.
The Diamondbacks limited Ray to 1.2 innings in his final start of the regular season Sunday specifically so that he'd be available in relief for the wild-card contest, and manager Torey Lovullo ended up calling upon the lefty out of the bullpen in the top of the fifth after starter Zack Greinke struggled early on. While he wasn't able to keep the Rockies off the board, Ray probably performed well enough in relief for Lovullo to justify turning to him again in that capacity when necessary during the Diamondbacks' postseason run. It's expected that Ray's next playoff appearance will come in a starting role, however, perhaps in Game 3 or 4 of the Diamondbacks' divisional series with the Dodgers, which commences Friday.
Robbie Ray allowed one run on two hits in 2.1 innings as the Arizona Diamondbacks defeated the Colorado Rockies 11-8 on Wednesday. Ray struck out three, ending the game with a 3.86 ERA and 0.86 WHIP on the season.
Robbie Ray allowed one run on one hit in 1.2 innings as the Arizona Diamondbacks defeated the Kansas City Royals 14-2 on Sunday. Ray struck out one, ending the game with a 2.89 ERA and 1.15 WHIP on the season.