What Is Corbin Burnes Current Era?
Corbin Burne’s current ERA is 3.33.
Burnes threw to a 4–1 record and a 2.11 ERA in 59+23 innings in the truncated 2020 season, striking out 88 batters. He came in sixth place in the National League. That year’s Cy Young Awards.
In his first four games of 2021, Burnes struck out 40 hitters without issuing a walk, an unmatched four-game stretch for an MLB starting pitcher.
On May 13, Burnes surpassed Kenley Jansen’s previous record of 58 strikeouts before issuing a walk to set the MLB record for most strikeouts in a season before issuing a walk.
Burnes tied an MLB record on August 12 when he struck out 10 straight batters in a game against the Chicago Cubs.
Burnes struck out 14 batters in the first eight innings of a combined no-hitter with Josh Hader against the Cleveland Indians on September 11.
He was perfect until Myles Straw walked in the eighth inning. Burnes led the big leagues in ERA (2.43), strikeouts per nine innings (12.6), home runs per nine innings (0.4), and strikeout-to-walk ratio during the 2021 season (6.88).
He became the third pitcher from the Brewers to win the National League Cy Young Award. As a starting pitcher, he was also named to the first All-MLB Team in 2021.
Burnes was named as the starter for Game 1 of the NLDS against the Atlanta Braves in 2021, making his postseason debut.
Burnes threw six shutout innings while striking out six batters. However, he was not given the victory since he was involved in a close pitchers’ duel with Atlanta’s Charlie Morton. Milwaukee, on the other hand, would win the game 2–1.
Burnes signed a $6.5 million contract with the Brewers on March 22, 2022, avoiding salary arbitration.