Logan Webb Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 2" / 220 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/18/1996 (26)
Logan Webb Season Stats
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The San Francisco Giants have had discussions with starting pitcher Logan Webb this offseason about a long-term contract extension. Webb ended the 2022 season on the injured list with a back ailment, but he was great otherwise with a 15-9 record, career-best 2.90 ERA (3.03 FIP), 1.16 WHIP and 20.7 percent strikeout rate in a career-high 32 starts over 192 1/3 innings pitched. The strong season came after the 26-year-old right-hander broke out in 2021 in his third year with the organization, posting an 11-3 record, 3.03 ERA (2.72 FIP), 1.11 WHIP and 158 strikeouts in 148 1/3 innings. Webb has morphed into a top-level starting pitcher in both real life and fantasy, which makes sense why he's being considered a candidate for a long-term extension.
San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Logan Webb (back) has landed on the 15-day injured list with lower back stiffness. The back issue was bothering him following his last start on September 28 so the Giants shut him down and have now placed him on the IL four days later. Webb followed up his breakout 2021 campaign with another great season, posting a 15-9 record, 2.90 ERA, 1.16 WHIP, and 163:49 K/BB ratio over 192 1/3 innings.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Logan Webb (back) was placed on the 15-day injured list Saturday. He was set to face the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday, but now the right-hander will miss the rest of the season. The 25-year-old owned a 15-9 record, a 2.90 ERA, 1.16 WHIP, and 163 strikeouts across 192 1/3 innings. Sean Hjelle was recalled in a corresponding move. Webb should be fully healthy by Spring Training begins and is considered a top-25 starter in upcoming 2023 fantasy drafts.
It was another solid season for the Giants' young righty, as he put up a 3.18 ERA with a 1.16 WHIP. The bad news was that his strikeout rate dropped nearly six full points down to 20.7%. The SwStr% also dropped two points down to 11.4%, below league average. This is all pretty concerning, as we were really hoping Webb could stick to his ways of being a high GB% pitcher (he did this) while maintaining an above-average strikeout rate, something which not many pitchers are able to do. The silver lining here is that Webb has the stuff to do a lot of different things. The strikeout rate decrease last year was probably the result of him ditching his four-seam fastball in favor of the sinker (he used that pitch 33% of the time and did not get many whiffs at all on the pitch). If he stays a sinkerballer primarily, he will fail again in strikeout rate - but it does come with the benefit of the high ground ball rate that helps with ERA so much. He also has a strong slider and changeup combination to use, so there's some hope here that he can return to a good strikeout rate. All things considered, Webb is a high-floor, but low-ceiling pick for 2023 at his ADP around 110.