|Bats / Throws||Right / Right|
|Date of Birth||12/28/1994|
|Height, Weight||6'3", 216 lbs|
Agrazal (4-5) gave up four runs on six hits and one walk while striking out six in five innings Wednesday against the Mariners. He took the loss.
He has been consistently mediocre of late -- his last quality start in the majors came on July 21 and he has failed to complete five innings in each of his last three appearances. His final start of the season figures to come next Wednesday against the Cubs if he remains in the rotation.
Agrazal did not factor into the decision during Wednesday's win over the Giants, lasting just four innings while allowing three runs (two earned) on three hits and a walk with a pair of strikeouts.
Aside from a short 64-pitch outing, the right-hander tossed a shutout game until the fifth inning, when Jaylin Davis broke it up with an RBI single. Corban Joseph then reached on a throwing error by Kevin Newman, allowing a run to score in the process. Joseph would be Agrazal's final batter of the night. The 24-year-old, who now owns a 4.91 ERA and 1.40 WHIP across 13 appearances, will look to put in a longer outing when he takes on Seattle during his next start.
Agrazal will start Wednesday's game against the Giants, Nubyjas Wilborn of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
The 24-year-old will take the mound Wednesday as previously scheduled starter Joe Musgrove (foot) receives an additional day of rest. Agrazal has a 4.94 ERA, 1.42 WHIP and 28:16 K:BB through 58.1 innings (11 starts) this season.
Agrazal (4-4) took the loss against the Marlins on Thursday, giving up six runs (five earned) on nine hits over 4.1 innings, striking out one and walking two as the Pirates fell 10-7.
The right-hander was staked to a 5-1 lead, but he couldn't capitalize on the opportunity as he allowed the Marlins to come back and take a 6-5 advantage before exiting the contest after throwing 85 pitches. Agrazal sports a 4.94 ERA, 1.42 WHIP and 28:16 K:BB across 58.1 innings on the season.
Agrazal (4-3) earned the win against the Rockies on Friday, allowing three runs on nine hits with a pair of strikeouts across five innings.
After serving up a leadoff home run to Trevor Story, Agrazal looked like he was headed for danger at hitter-friendly Coors Field, but luckily the rookie right-hander recovered quickly. Better yet, he didn't issue any free passes and notched his own RBI sacrifice fly en route to his fourth win of the season. Agrazal was called up from Triple-A Indianapolis last week in replacement of Chris Archer (shoulder). Across 11 appearances, he owns a forgettable 4.50 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 27:14 K:BB, although his next scheduled start against Miami on Thursday has some favorable potential.