Snell (2-3) gave up three runs on five hits and three walks with four strikeouts across four innings, taking the loss versus the Mets on Friday. Snell had little trouble through four innings, but he allowed four straight batters to reach in the fifth before Austin Adams relieved him. It was a disappointing setback for Snell, who threw seven shutout innings versus the Mets in his previous start. The southpaw has an uninspiring 4.97 ERA, 1.47 WHIP and 84:35 K:BB across 58 innings this year. He's failed to complete five innings in five of his last seven starts. The 28-year-old lines up for a home start versus Cincinnati next week.
Snell (2-2) earned the win Friday against the Mets after tossing seven scoreless innings, allowing one hit and walking one while striking out 10. Snell has fanned seven or more in four of his last five outings and has recorded two double-digit strikeout games in that stretch, but this was his best game of the season by a wide margin, especially since he had given up 12 earned runs across 6.2 innings over his previous two appearances. The left-hander saw his ERA decrease to 4.83. While he's lacked consistency all season long, this outing should be a massive confidence booster for him. His next start is scheduled for next week on the road against the Mets once again.
Snell (1-2) allowed seven runs on five hits and three walks with three strikeouts in three innings and took the loss to Houston on Sunday. The southpaw's two worst starts of the season have been his two most recent outings. He got into trouble right away Sunday, allowing four runs in the first inning. Snell then struggled through the third before Joe Musgrove handled the rest of the pitching duties for the game. Snell has seen his ERA balloon from 3.79 to 5.55 during his poor run. He's added a 1.60 WHIP and 70:31 K:BB across 47 innings overall. The 28-year-old lines up for a home start versus the Mets next weekend.
Snell (1-1) allowed five runs on five hits and three walks over 3.2 innings Monday, striking out seven while taking the loss against Milwaukee. Snell coughed up a two-run shot to Manny Pina in the second inning and was later taken deep by Avisail Garcia for a solo homer in the fourth. The 28-year-old lefty was removed after a two-out, two-run single by Kolten Wong in the fourth frame. His ERA bounced to 4.50 after allowing a season-high five runs. Snell is lined up to take the mound in Houston this weekend.
Snell did not factor in the decision Tuesday versus Colorado despite allowing only one run over six innings. He gave up five hits and one walk while striking out 11. This was easily Snell's finest start as a member of the Padres, as he tossed six innings for the first time in 2021, racked up a season-high 11 strikeouts, and issued less than two walks for the first time on the campaign. The southpaw racked up 17 swinging strikes and escaped with only one run on his ledger despite the fact that four of the five hits against him went for extra bases. Snell will carry a 3.79 ERA and 60:25 K:BB into his next start, which is expected to come in Milwaukee on Monday.
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