1, 2016 at Tampa Bay)…Paul Splittorff is the only other KC lefty to do that (Sept. Surrendered a career-high tying three home runs on July 9 at the Dodgers and Aug. Seattle (Game 1)…allowed just seven HR in his other 22 starts overall ... 11 at the White Sox to mark the 634th of his career, surpassing Larry Gura for second most by a left-handed pitcher in Royals history…Allowed just 13 HR in 146.1 IP overall (0.80 HR/9), the seventh-best rate in the Majors (min. ended the season with 670 strikeouts, trailing only Paul Splittorff (1,057) ...Made 24 starts, going 9-10 with a 3.81 ERA (62 ER in 146.1 IP), with 41 walks and 130 strikeouts..two stints on the disabled list, May 30-July 3 (strained right oblique) and Aug. Went 2-0 with a 1.32 ERA (4 ER in 27.1 IP) through his first four starts, matching the third-longest steak in club history of at least 6.0 innings and two-or-fewer runs allowed to begin a season ...Lost his next three outings from April 25-May 7, including a 1-0 setback to Cleveland in which he pitched 6.2 innings ... Won consecutive starts against the Yankees, May 18-23…Had a streak of 88 straight batters faced without issuing a walk from June 22 to July 7... didn't allow a hit until the first batter of the eighth inning and finished with 8.0 scoreless innings…joined Randy Johnson as the only left handers since 1913 to record at least 16 strikeouts and allow one-or-fewer hit... 21…over his last seven starts, he went 1-2 with a 6.37 ERA (29 ER in 41.0 IP)...Recorded at least seven strikeouts in five straight starts from June 22-July 16, tied for the second longest such streak in Royals history, trailing only Zack Greinke (6 straight) from April 8-May 4, 2009... 1 at Tampa Bay, surpassing the previous record held by Zack Greinke (15 on Aug. Finished the season with 9.21 strikeouts-per-nine innings (188 K in 183.2 IP), the second best rate in Royals history, trailing Zack Greinke (9.50) in his 2009 Cy Young Award winning season.
8, 2012-May 9, 2013 and Paul Splittorff's 16-start unbeaten streak from Aug. Went 7-0 at home, joining Steve Farr (1986) and Larry Gura (1977) as the only Royals to finish a season 7-0 at home…among all pitchers in 2016, only Andrew Miller (8-0) had more wins without a loss at home... 5, 2015, setting a new club record for consecutive home starts without a loss (15), surpassing the previous mark held by Kevin Appier (12) and Bret Saberhagen (12)...Dropped a 6-0 decision to the White Sox on May 2, snapping his franchise-record streak of 16 straight home starts without a loss..was his first setback at home since Sept. threw 7.0 shutout innings with 10 strikeouts in a 5-1 win vs.New York on May 18, becoming the first since Dallas Keuchel in 2015 to record 7.0 shutout innings with 10 strikeouts vs.Projected stats for the rest of the season as calculated by Steamer, which uses past performance and aging trends to develop a future projection for players.It also uses pitch tracking data to help forecast pitchers.