Grew up in Rocklin, CA, which is located in Placer County approximately 22 miles from Sacramento...Grew up going to both A’s and Giants games but mostly A’s because his father was a fan. Logan’s favorite A’s: Tim Hudson, Bobby Crosby and Stephen Vogt (who would catch him in his Major League debut with the Giants)…Threw for 3,767 yards with 47 touchdowns and 18 interceptions in his football career at Rocklin (CA) High School. Was the starting quarterback his junior and senior seasons...Married Sharidan Morales on Dec. 5, 2021 in Sacramento, CA...He is considered legally blind because of astigmatism, which causes blurred vision. Diagnosed in 3rd or 4th grade when he was having a hard time seeing the ball. Wore glasses until age 11 or 12, which made football difficult, then switched to contacts. He still usually wears glasses when he’s not playing ball but only at night...Underwent Tommy John surgery in June of 2016 and returned a season later in 2017...His dad Erik played one season on the Serra High baseball team in San Mateo with Barry Bonds...After having a breakout season in 2021, he was commonly referred to as “Baby Ace”...He drinks three Red Bulls before every start. One right before he gets to the field, one before he starts stretching with the trainer, and then one as he finishes his warm-up pitches in the bullpen...Roots for the Sacramento Kings and Las Vegas Raiders...According to KCR A news in Sacramento, many fans and friends of Webb packed into CJ's Pizza Bar & Grill in Rocklin to watch Webb start Game 1 of the 2021 NLDS. The eatery is said to hold a special place in the hearts of Webb and his family...Webb told The Athletic that the day after the 2021 regular season finale he drove back to Rocklin, put on a Maxx Crosby jersey and invited some of his friends over to watch Monday Night Football. His friends tried to talk to him about his upcoming playoff starts but all he wanted to talk about was a high school football game they all played when Webb was the quarterback...Webb's favorite snack food are Cheez It crackers.
Made his first career Opening Day start on April 7 vs. Miami. At 25 years and 141 days old, became the youngest Opening Day starter since Madison Bumgarner in 2014 (24 years, 242 days)…Following up on a breakout 2021 campaign, set career bests in wins (15), games started (32), innings pitched (192.1), ERA (2.90), quality starts (19) and strikeouts (163)…His 192.1 innings, 32 starts and 15 wins were all tops on the team...With his 15 victories, Webb became the eighth Giants righty 25 years or younger to win at least 15 games in a season in the SF-era (1958-present)…he joined Juan Marichal (1962, 1963), Russ Ortiz (1999), Tim Lincecum (2008, 2009), Liván Hernández (2000) and John Montefusco (1975) (Stats, LLC)…Finished among the NL leaders in wins (15, T-5th), ERA (2.90, 7th), innings pitched (192.1, 7th) and winning percentage (.625, T-8th)…his 32 starts were tied for fifth-most in the Majors...Owned a 56.8% groundball percentage, second-best in the Majors among qualified starters (best in the NL), trailing only Houston's Framber Valez (67.3%)…His 0.51 homers/9.0ip ratio was fourth-best in the Majors behind STL's Jose Quintana (0.43), HOU's Framber Valdez (0.49) and TEX's Martin Perez (0.50)…Went 9-6 with a 2.91 ERA (32er, 99.0ip) at home in 17 starts, with the Giants as a team going 11-6 in his home outings...Two of those six losses came at the hands of the Dodgers. In those games, Webb allowed 10 runs on 15 hits in 9.0 innings (10.00 ERA)…Webb's home ERA against everyone else was 2.20 (22er, 90.0ip)...His 3.02 ERA in his first 37 Oracle Park starts is third-lowest by any pitcher since Oracle opened in 2000 through their first 37 regular season starts. Only Jason Schmidt (2.53 ERA) and Madison Bumgarner (2.97) had lower ERAs in their first 37 career starts at Oracle...Webb went 24 consecutive starts without a loss (including two NLDS starts), a streak that came to an end on April 19 at the Mets in Game 2 of a doubleheader... the loss was his first since May 5, 2021...The 24 starts without taking a loss in his previous (including the postseason) set a franchise record, breaking the mark of 22 set by Hall of Famer Carl Hubbell from 1936 through 1937...On May 30 at Philadelphia he allowed multiple homers in a start for the first time since the second game of his Major League career...he had gone 52 starts without surrendering multiple homers, marking the then longest active streak in the Majors among starters and the longest by a Giant since Tim Lincecum went 67 straight from 2008 through 2010...Entered his start June 9 with a streak of 18 consecutive home starts with a team win, tied with Atlee Hammaker (18, 1982-83) for the longest by any Giant in the modern era...Since the start of 2021, the Giants as a team are 39-19 (.672) when Webb takes the ball in a starting capacity in the regular season...the .672 team winning percentage ranks third-best in the Majors in that time (min. 45gs) behind Julio Urías (47-16, .746) and Max Scherzer (36-17, .679) according to Stats, LLC... Webb in that stretch is 26-12 with a 2.97 ERA (112er, 339.2ip).
Wrapped up his third Major League season going 11-3 with a 3.03 ERA (50er, 148.1ip) in 27 games (26 starts) for SF...The Giants went 22-5 in his regular season starts, going 13-0 at home and 9-5 on the road...Went 11-0 with a 2.20 ERA (31er, 131.0ip) and a .213 opposing average over his last 22 starts (including the postseason)...he struck out 142 batters (9.76 SO/9) and held opponents to six homers (0.41 HR/9ip) in that stretch...his 2.40 ERA after May 11 was second-lowest in MLB (min. 20gs)...The stretch also marked 22 consecutive starts without a losing decision, something no Giants pitcher can claim since Carl Hubbell did so from 1936-37...Webb went 6-0 with a 1.96 ERA (16er, 73.1ip) in 13 games at Oracle Park...his 1.96 ERA at home was third-lowest in the Majors (min. 65.0ip), trailing PHI’s Ranger Suarez (1.51) and LAA’s Shohei Ohtani (1.95)...SF won each of his 12 home starts, the most consecutive team wins in a Giant player’s home starts to begin a season since Billy Pierce also led the Giants to win 12 straight in 1962...the stretch also matches the second-longest such stretch in Giants history, trailing only Larry Benton’s 14 consecutive home starts without a Giants loss in 1928...the last team to have gone undefeated at home when a player starts was Zack Greinke’s Brewers in 2011 (Stats, LLC)...Allowed nine homers over 148.1 innings, third-fewest in the Majors (min. 110ip)...his 0.55 HR/9ip average was third-best in MLB (min. 110ip), trailing MIL’s Corbin Burnes (0.38) and MIA’s Trevor Rogers (0.41)...Had a 62.2% groundball rate, second-best in MLB (min. 110ip)...he also struck out batters out at a solid 26.5% rate...Was placed in the IL on June 3 with a right shoulder strain and missed 34 games, returning on July 9...also missed 10 games from May 18-28 with the same injury after feeling soreness following his start on May 17 at Cincinnati.
POSTSEASON: Made his first career postseason start in Game 1 of the NLDS...earned his first postseason win after throwing 7.2-scoreless innings with just five hits and 10 strikeouts...Became the 10th-youngest player to start a postseason game for the Giants in the SF-era and youngest since Madison Bumgarner’s World Series appearance in 2012 at 23 years and 85 days old...Was just the fourth Giant to strike out at least 10 batters in his first career postseason game, joining Jonathan Sanchez, Tim Lincecum and Carl Hubbell...he was also the first Major Leaguer to strike out 10 or more hitters in their postseason debut since Jacob deGrom struck out 13 in Game 1 of the 2015 NLDS...only 16 players in MLB history have had more than 10 strikeouts in their postseason debut...At 24 years, 330 days old, Webb became the youngest pitcher in Giants history to start a winner-take-all postseason game when he started Game 5 of the NLDS on Oct. 14...he limited LA to one run on four hits in 7.0 innings with seven strikeouts.
Was with San Francisco for the duration of the 2020 campaign, making 13 appearances, 11 starts for the Giants in his first full season in the Majors...was named to his first career Opening Day roster...Turned in one of the better starts of his career on August 21 vs. Arizona, spinning a career-high 7.0 innings while fanning a career-best eight batters in the Giants 6-2 win over the Diamondbacks at Oracle Park...Webb threw an average of 4.06 pitches per batter faced in 2020...his 4.06 pitches per batter faced were ninth-highest among NL pitchers with at least 50.0ip in 2020...on the whole, Webb used an average of 18.4 pitches per inning, the sixth-highest amount of any MLB pitcher with at least 50.0ip... Permitted a .356 OBP to batters when leading off an inning, the fifth-highest mark among qualified NL pitchers...Tied with PHI's Zack Wheeler for league lead with seven hit batsmen and ranked ninth with 24 walks allowed.
In his first career Major League season, Webb went 2-3 with a 5.22 ERA (23er, 39.2ip) while holding his opponents to a .278 batting average in eight starts for San Francisco.... Earned his first career win in his Major League debut on August 17 in Arizona, tossing 5.0 innings and allowing two runs (one earned) on five hits while striking out seven batters...became the first Giants rookie starter to earn a win in his Major League debut since Ryan Sadowski on June 28, 2009 at MIL.... Twirled 6.0 innings of one-run ball, struck out seven and allowed two hits in a Giants 4-1 win on September 22 at Atlanta...in doing so, he became the fourth Giants starter in 2019 to go at least 6.0 innings and allow two hits or fewer...marked the first time in his professional career (Majors and minors) he tossed at least 6.0 innings allowing two hits or fewer.... In his final three starts of the season with SF, he went 1-1 with a 3.18 ERA (6er, 17.0ip) and held opposing batters to a .183 clip while striking out 15 batters...SF was 2-1 in those three outings.... In three starts at Oracle Park he went 0-2 with a 3.86 ERA (7er, 16.1ip) while only walking three batters...in five starts on the road, he went 2-1 with a 6.17 ERA (16er, 23.1ip) while holding his opponents to a .258 batting average.... Had his shortest Major League outing on September 5 at St. Louis, allowing eight runs (seven earned) on eight hits in 2.2 innings while throwing 67 pitches.... Began the season with Double-A Richmond and got off to a hot start in April, going 1-2 with a 2.00 ERA (6er, 27.0ip) in five starts.... Was suspended 80 games after testing positive for the banned performance-enhancing substance Dehydrochlormethyltestosterone (DHCMT)...during the suspension he spent time in Arizona working with the training staff to stay in shape.... While he pitched in extended spring games, Webb was back on the hill in a real game when he joined the AZL Giants Orange in Rookie League on July 12...he pitched twice with Class-A Augusta during his rehab assignment and was reinstated on July 27.
Spent a majority of the season with Class A Advanced San Jose before a promotion to double-A Richmond for his final six starts of the season...Selected to the California League Mid-Season All-Star team...Posted a 1.82 ERA in 21 games (20 starts) with San Jose before his promotion to Richmond...averaged a strikeout per inning (74 strikeouts in 74 innings) while holding opposing hitters to a .207 clip...Did not allow a run in five consecutive starts from May 13-June 3 (17.0 ip)...Allowed four runs in his last 31.0 innings before his promotion (1.16 ERA)...Posted a 3.82 ERA over six starts with Richmond...allowed five of his 13 earned runs with the Flying Squirrels in his final start of the season.