|2012 Regular Season|
Cook failed to get out of the second inning and was charged with six runs in an awful display of pitching. Only 18 of his 42 pitches were strikes. In four starts this season against Baltimore, he's 0-3 with an 11.93 ERA. "It felt pretty good (in the bullpen) but it didn't translate into the game," Cook said.
Cook was charged with five runs and nine hits, and his ERA is 5.13.
Cook (4-10) allowed one run and five hits over six innings in his first win since Aug. 6.
Cook gave up seven hits in six innings. He walked three and struck out five. The last time Cook faced the Mariners on June 29 he threw 88 pitches in a two-hit shutout for his first complete game in more than three years. Since then, he is 1-8. His last victory was Aug. 6.
Pitching on three days' rest, Cook allowed three runs and seven hits and would have won if his bullpen did not melt down.
Cook fell to 1-6 in his last eight starts.
Cook gave up six runs and seven hits in four innings for Boston.
Cook had allowed five earned runs in his previous four starts to drop his ERA from 20.25 to 3.34.
Cook allowed five hits in seven innings and is 2-1 with a 1.67 ERA in four starts since coming off the disabled after getting spiked and cutting his left knee covering home plate.
Cook (1-1, 9.39 ERA), making just his second start with the Red Sox and first since going on the disabled list May 6 after sustaining a cut on his left knee covering home plate, gave up three runs - two earned - six hits and didn't walk or strike out anyone in five innings.