Brad Boxberger News Archive
Manager Torey Lovullo said that he will play the matchups moving forward rather than have a designated closer, Steve Gilbert of MLB.com reports.
Boxberger (2-7) allowed three earned runs on three hits while only managing to record one out to blow the save and take the loss Sunday against the Braves.
Boxberger (2-6) recorded the final two outs against the Braves on Friday to earn the save.
Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo reiterated after Thursday's 7-6 loss to the Braves in 10 innings that Boxberger would remain the team's closer despite turning in another shaky outing, Zach Buchanan of The Athletic reports. "He is still our closer. He's going to get save opportunities," Lovullo said of Boxberger. "He's going to be the main guy that I'm looking at to get that [saves] column filled up, all right?"
Boxberger (2-5) allowed two earned runs on two walks and managed to record just one out before taking the loss Sunday against the Dodgers.
Boxberger recorded the final two outs -- both strikeouts -- to earn the save Thursday against the Dodgers.
Boxberger struck out the only two batters he faced Wednesday to grab the save against the Giants.
Boxberger picked up the save against the Mariners on Sunday, working around one walk to fire a scoreless ninth inning to preserve Arizona's 5-2 victory.
Boxberger allowed two earned runs on two hits and a walk to blow the save Saturday against the Mariners.
Boxberger (2-4) got the win Tuesday, firing a scoreless inning with two strikeouts and one hit allowed against the Angels.