Liriano didn't make it beyond the fifth inning in either of his starts last week, allowing 10 runs on 15 hits combined in outings against the Orioles and Nationals. He took the loss in both games, and is now 0-5 on the season with a 5.06 ERA, 4.10 FIP and 1.50 WHIP. His WHIP is the 11th-highest in the majors among qualified starters.
2.5 -- David Price's walk rate, as he has issued just eight free passes to the 320 batters he has faced this season. The last time a pitcher had a walk rate of less than 3 percent for an entire season was in 2010, when Cliff Lee pulled off the feat while splitting the year between the Mariners and Rangers.