earned run

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a run that was not scored as the result of an error by the other team

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Including Game 3 of the Division Series last fall, Papelbon has given up 30 earned runs in his last 63 innings, a lousy ERA of 4.
He hasn't given up more then three earned runs in his last six starts and has four defeats over that span.
In his two previous starts before Saturday's thud in Washington Seo went a combined 13 innings while giving two earned runs.
In his previous four starts he had given up just three earned runs, but all those starts were no-decisions.
Lackey has worked into at least the seventh inning in four of his past five starts and has given up two earned runs or less in four in a row.
71 ERA (nine earned runs, 4 1/3 innings) in six July appearances, was whether it was time to re-examine the closer role and whether someone else might be better suited to holding it down until Eric Gagne returns, possibly next spring.
In four of Santana's eight career starts entering Monday's game, he'd surrendered at least five earned runs and failed to get out of the fifth inning.
UCLA 4, Stanford 3: Bryan Beck pitched 8 1/3 innings, allowing two earned runs and eight hits while striking out four batters as the Bruins defeated Stanford (28-19, 9-8) in Pac-10 play.
Pepperdine ace Kea Kometani pitched seven innings, allowing two earned runs and five strikeouts and Gonzaga's (24-14, 11-4) Josh Monroe threw eight with two earned runs and four strikeouts.
Sophomore Jordan Taylor (7-1) earned the victory, going three innings, striking out six and giving up two earned runs and allowing two hits.
Going into Tuesday, the Dodgers' bullpen had blown saves in two of the first six games and had allowed 14 earned runs in 19 2/3 innings for a group ERA of 6.
A starting pitcher meets the standard if his innings pitched, minus his earned runs allowed, equals 100 or more.
Lowe allowed at least five earned runs in nine of his 33 starts last year, and his win total was bolstered by a powerful Boston offense that averaged more than six runs in each of his starts.