Logan Webb Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 2" / 220 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/18/1996 (25)
Logan Webb Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Logan Webb News
San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Logan Webb came away with the victory on Monday in his start against the Los Angeles Dodgers. The veteran threw six innings against Los Angeles, allowing seven hits, three runs, two earned runs, and a home run in those six innings. He also struck out six batters, logged 11 swinging strikes, and posted a 30% CSW rate. For the season, the 25-year-old owns a 2.89 ERA, a 3.19 FIP, 134 strikeouts and 46 walks allowed in 28 starts spanning 171 innings.
San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Logan Webb was superb on Saturday, tossing eight-shutout frames in his club's 2-0 win over the Pirates. He struck out nine batters on the evening while walking two and giving up five hits, throwing 99 pitches in the sharp outing. Webb only ran into trouble in the eighth when he loaded the bases with two outs, but he got Ben Gamel to strikeout and end the threat to improve his record to 11-5 on the season. The 25-year-old owns an even 3.00 ERA and 1.13 WHIP with a 124/39 K/BB through 150 IP as he'll look to keep his dominance going in his next start versus the Diamondbacks next week.
San Francisco Giants starter Logan Webb came away with the win in his latest outing against the Oakland Athletics on Sunday. The veteran threw seven innings and scattered four hits, three walks, and a pair of earned runs. He also struck out five batters on the day. Overall, Webb threw 97 pitches and generated 13 swinging strikes. He also turned in a 28% CSW rate. The 25-year-old is in the midst of another quality season on the mound, In 142 innings this year, the starter now owns a 3.17 ERA, a 3.32 FIP, and 115 strikeouts. He's only given up 37 walks so far.
Logan Webb put together an excellent season for the Giants, producing career highs in innings, wins, ERA, WHIP, strikeouts, and K/9. He battled a right shoulder strain throughout the first half of the season, which required two separate IL stints and limited him to just nine starts (49 innings). He put up a solid 3.86 ERA and 1.29 WHIP over those starts but he truly shined in the second half, producing a 2.63 ERA, 1.01 WHIP, and 104:19 K/BB ratio over 99 innings (17 starts). He logged 10 quality starts over that span, including nine straight at one point. His second-half surge gave him a rock-solid 11-3 record, 3.03 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, and 158:36 K/BB ratio over 148 innings on the season. The key to his success was a career-best 6% Walk Rate (2.2 BB/9) and an absurd 62.2% Groundball Rate. He held his opponents to a 5.6% Barrel Rate (83rd percentile) and .329 xSLG (88th percentile) while posting career highs in Flyball Rate (12.4%) and HR/9 (0.5). Webb was able to induce soft contact and limit runs despite a 26.5% Strikeout Rate and opponents registering a .312 BABIP off him. There is a lot to like about the 25-year-old, including the pitcher-friendly ballpark that he calls home. He should reach a new career milestone in innings pitched next season, which will pair nicely with his low WHIP and an ERA in the mid-threes. His NFC ADP of 61 may seem high for returns like that but he should have a relatively safe floor with his age, pitch mix, and control.