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Six Pack of Stats: White Sox 2, Orioles 0

Run support has been sparse for Reynaldo López in 2018, but he only needed one run on Saturday

Chicago White Sox v Baltimore Orioles
Sweet Reprieve: López’s hard-luck 2018 took a night off on Saturday.
Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images


Reynaldo López has gotten zero runs of support 10 times this season, including in three of his last six games.


López has gotten support of three runs or less in 22 of his 30 starts in 2018.


López’s run support this season, down to 3.07 R/9 after Saturday’s start, has pushed him “past” Baltimore’s Andrew Cashner for the worst run support in all of baseball. In 2017, López enjoyed 7.55 R/9 over his eight starts.


López has gotten six runs of support in his last six starts.


López is tied for second in the majors with 15 no-decisions. He has a 3.07 ERA in those games, and has gotten 20 total runs of support in those 15 no-decisions.


The White Sox have scored four runs or less in 16 of their last 20 games at Camden Yards.

When your manager comes over to give some love after your masterpiece of a start, and your ballclub gives you one run of support, life is good.