The early-season woes for San Francisco Giants reliever and Bryan native Matt Wisler have continued.
The righty had a 32.40 ERA through 1 2/3 innings pitched in four games as of Wednesday night, including letting up an eventual game-winning two-run homer to the Padres’ Victor Caratini in a 3-1 loss in San Diego on Tuesday.
He’s also tossed two strikeouts and two walks, has allowed six earned runs and five hits and has a 4.20 WHIP and a .556 opposing batting average.
Wisler’s best outing so far this season came on Saturday when he had two strikeouts and didn’t allow a walk, hit or a run in 2/3 inning pitched against Seattle.
Wisler is coming off arguably his best season in the majors after allowing just three earned runs across 25.1 innings pitched in 18 appearances with the Twins.
The Giants have today off, but will start a three-game weekend series with the Rockies on Friday.