Thomson ReutersSeptember 30, 2013 12:17
RHP Tyson Ross didn't get the win after pitching six effective innings in the season-ending 7-6 loss to the Giants. It was a fitting ending to the right-hander's season. Ross struck out seven and left with a three-run lead, which looked like it would be good enough to earn him his fourth win of the year. But for the sixth time during his season-ending, nine-game winless streak, he couldn't catch a break late and was denied what he deserved. Ross finished the season with a fine 3.17 ERA, certainly not a mark that befits a 3-8 record.