Peacock (2-6) allowed three earned runs on five hits while striking out three across two innings, taking the loss to the Padres on Sunday. Peacock retired the side in the sixth inning but struggled when he came back out for the seventh. He allowed the first five batters to get a hit off him before striking out three in a row. The 27-year-old does not have a scoreless appearance since May 9, though he's worked primarily as a starter over that span. In that stretch, he has a 5.72 ERA in 36.2 innings. He has a mediocre 6.1 K/9 on the season.
Peacock tossed two innings out of the bullpen in Friday's 11-5 loss to the Padres, giving up three runs (two earned) on seven hits and a walk. Before landing on the bereavement list June 21, Peacock had started in each of his last seven appearances, posting a 4.96 ERA and 1.65 WHIP across 32.2 innings. After reinstating Peacock on Friday, the Diamondbacks opted to use him in a mop-up role, as he entered the contest with Arizona already trailing 8-5. Arizona optioned starter Corbin Martin to Triple-A Reno after the contest, but Peacock may not be called on to fill the opening in the rotation. Jake Faria will pick up his first start Monday in St. Louis, and Alex Young could remain in the rotation when a fifth starter is next needed in Wednesday's series finale with the Cardinals.
Peacock was reinstated from the bereavement list Friday. Peacock had been away from the team since Monday, but he's ready to return to action. Right-hander Corbin Martin will start Friday's matchup against the Padres and the Diamondbacks haven't yet announced when Peacock could make his next start, but he could be a candidate to take the mound early next week.
Peacock was placed on the bereavement list Monday. Players may spend between three and seven days on the bereavement list. That means it's possible but not guaranteed that he makes his next scheduled start, which lines up to come Friday against the Padres. Humberto Castellanos was recalled in a corresponding move.
Peacock (2-4) allowed three runs on 10 hits and three walks over five innings Monday, striking out three and taking a loss against the Giants. Peacock is lucky to have only allowed three runs as he put the Giants in scoring position during every inning. The 27-year-old has now taken a loss in three straight starts and his season ERA ticked up slightly to 5.26. He's projected to face the Dodgers at home this weekend.
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