Earned Runs

Some articles on earned runs, run, runs:

Donnie Elliott
... in that game, with Elliott lasting only 2⅔ innings, giving up two earned runs, four hits and two walks ... Rivera lasted four innings, allowing seven hits, five earned runs and four walks ... He allowed zero earned runs ...
Dooley Womack - Professional Career - Before The Major Leagues - 1958-1959
... he allowed eight hits, four walks and three earned runs in seven innings, while striking out six batters, earning the victory ... he collected one hit in four at-bats and scored a run ... In 172 innings, he allowed 175 hits, 18 home runs and 86 earned runs to score ...
Jeff Karstens - Professional Career - New York Yankees
... He went 5⅔ innings, allowing three earned runs on six hits and two walks for a no-decision in a 6-5 loss ... He struck out two and gave up two home runs ... he went 6.0 innings giving up 6 hits and 3 earned runs in an 11-8 win against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim ...
Charlie Zink - Career
... he had compiled 8 starts of at least 5 innings pitched and only once allowed more than 3 earned runs during that stretch ... from the disabled list he surrendered a career high 12 earned runs in 4 innings ... Zink made his major league debut against the Texas Rangers, allowing 11 hits and 8 earned runs over 4⅓ innings pitched ...
Dave Schuler
... He threw 1.2 innings, giving up 2 earned runs ... He also gave up a home run to Darrell Porter ... In 12.2 innings, he gave up 5 earned runs while striking out 7 ...

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