On April 29th, he made his final start of the month, striking out 12 batters to set a new club record for April with 61 strikeouts. On May 4th, he tossed a one-hitter to an 8-0 victory over the Diamondbacks, setting a lifetime best with 16 strikeouts.
Chris Owings’ fifth-inning double was the sole tally, and he walked just once. Carlos Correa, a teammate, said: “If any club in the league had played him today, I believe the outcome would have been the same.
He was disgustingly unwashed when I last saw him. Every pitch he threw at the right areas was successful. Today, he has no plans to thwart him.”
That year, he was a member of the American League All-Star Game team and finished with a career-high 276 strikeouts in 200 1/3 innings pitched.
After giving up one run in seven innings against the Cleveland Indians in Game 2 of the Division Series on October 6th and being credited with a 3-1 victory, his only start in the ALCS game against the Boston Red Sox and he was defeated by the Red Sox 7-5 in the second game.
For the month of June, Cole was named American League Pitcher of the Month after going 3-0, 1.89 in six starts and striking out 49 hitters over 38 innings.
First-quarter numbers: 8-5, 3.28; All-Star team: 2nd year in a row, 8-5. On July 22nd, he became the first pitcher since Randy Johnson in 2001 to record 200 strikeouts in as few as 133 1/3 innings, a milestone he achieved for the third time in as many starts. In July, he was named Pitcher of the Month after going 4-0 with a 1.85 era in five starts.
Who Is Gerrit Cole Sister, Erin Cole?
Erin Cole was a member of UCLA’s soccer squad throughout her time there. Her parents, Mark and Sharon Cole, gave birth to her on October 6, 1993. She is believed to enjoy music, baseball, and horseback riding.
Former New York Yankee Lou Gehrig is admired by Gerrit’s sister.