Doubront's next start didn't last very long. As a matter of fact, it lasted only 2 2/3 innings or 59 pitches. In that brief time he gave up 3 walks, 6 hits and 5 runs to the Rangers. Since the team could never get out of the hole Doubront dug, he would take his first loss of the season.
Game 3 went well for Doubront on the mound as he lasted 6 2/3 and give up 3 run. Unfortunately the Red Sox only scored 2 runs, so Doubront got his second loss of the season.
Game 4 was similar to game 3 for Felix as he went 6 2/3 innings again. This time he only gave up 2 runs. Although the team would eventually score some run and win the game, Doubront got a no decision.
Doubront's last start was pretty horrific. The Red Sox had 5 errors in the first 3 innings against the Yankees. While Doubront wasn't pitching great (2 walks, 2 hits, 3 earned runs and 2 wild pitches), the game completely got out of hand due to fielding errors by his teammates. After giving up multiple unearned runs, Doubront started to unravel on the mound.
Last year Felix pitched great against Tampa Bay, but as luck would have it, his record was 0-2 in four starts. In those 4 starts he pitched 24 2/3 innings giving up 20 hits, 7 earned runs, 11 walks and 22 strikeouts. During his two losses the Red Sox scored a total of 2 runs and ended up losing 2-1 (he gave up 2 runs) and 5-1 (he gave up 3 runs).
In June Felix pitched probably the best game of his career when he went 8 innings (3 hits, 0 runs, 0 walks and 6 strikeouts). He left the game with a measly 1-0 lead only to see Andrew Bailey give up a homerun to the first batter he faced. The Red Sox would then comeback in the 9th to win the game and give Bailey the "W". Yeah, how's that for luck.
I'm hoping Felix can maybe get a little good luck in his next start. If you're going to the game wear your lucky shirt, bring your lucky charm, etc.