Craig Stammen

#34 RP / San Diego Padres / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 230 lb Age: 36 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Padres' Craig Stammen: Lasts 1.2 innings as opener

      Craig Stammen tossed 1.2 scoreless innings Friday in Game 3 of the NL Wild Card Series against the Cardinals but didn't factor into the decision. He allowed one hit and no walks while striking out zero.Stammen pitched well as the opener during Friday's decisive matchup, but he was still removed early as the San Diego Padres used nine pitchers to secure the win. Mike Clevinger (elbow) and Dinelson Lamet (biceps) could return to action for the NLDS against the Dodgers, and Stammen would likely be moved to the bullpen if they're available.

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      Padres' Craig Stammen: Opening Friday's series finale

      Craig Stammen will be the first pitcher for the San Diego Padres in Game 3 of the NL Wild Card Round against the Cardinals on Friday, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.Stammen will almost certainly be an opener rather than a true starter, as he's yet to throw more than two innings in an appearance this season and hasn't started a game since 2010. The Padres used eight pitchers in Game 1 on Wednesday and nine in Game 2 on Thursday, so frequent pitching changes will certainly be nothing new for manager Jayce Tingler.

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      Padres' Craig Stammen: Earns relief win

      Craig Stammen (4-2) earned the win Saturday against the Giants after pitching two scoreless innings, allowing one hit while fanning two.Stammen piggybacked Zach Davies' strong opening performance -- three scoreless innings -- en route to his fourth win of the season, ending a streak of two straight appearances allowing earned runs out of the bullpen. Stammen has been one of San Diego's most reliable relievers of late, though, posting a 1.80 ERA and a 0.90 WHIP in nine appearances (10 innings) this month.

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      Padres' Craig Stammen: Takes loss against Rockies

      Craig Stammen (0-1) was tagged with the loss Saturday against the Rockies after allowing one run on two hits and a walk in one-third of an inning.Stammen entered the game in the bottom of the ninth and didn't have a good performance. He allowed a single to Ryan McMahon and walked Garrett Hampson before recording the first out, and then Daniel Murphy delivered a walkoff single to give the Rockies the win. This was Stammen's first loss of the season, but he hasn't been pitching well of late -- he has given up five runs in 2.1 innings across his last four relief appearances.

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      Padres' Craig Stammen: Rocked by Mariners

      Craig Stammen allowed four runs on four hits in Game 1 of Thursday's doubleheader against the Mariners. He did not record an out.Stammen came on to pitch the top of the seventh with the game tied at 3-3. He allowed four singles and a hit-by-pitch without getting an out. He left the game with the Mariners leading 6-3 and was charged with one more run when Austin Nola extended Seattle's lead with a sacrifice fly. Luckily for the right-hander, the San Diego Padres let him off the hook by rallying for four seven runs in the bottom half of the inning. Stammen's ERA jumped to 7.90 on the campaign, although it's worth noting that 11 of the 12 earned runs he's allowed came in three bad outings.

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      Padres' Craig Stammen: Suffers loss Tuesday

      Craig Stammen (1-1) allowed an unearned run despite not giving up a hit or a walk in one inning Tuesday against the Dodgers, leaving him on the hook for the loss.Stammen's throwing error allowed Austin Barnes to reach second base in the seventh inning. Reliever Tim Hill then allowed the inherited runner to score the decisive run on an A.J. Pollock double. Stammen didn't help his own cause defensively, but he's still had only one truly negative outing in five appearances this season. The 36-year-old is likely to continue seeing work in the late innings for the San Diego Padres.

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      Padres' Craig Stammen: Earns win in relief

      Craig Stammen (1-0) earned the win in relief Friday against the Rockies. He pitched 1.1 scoreless innings, giving up one hit and striking out one.Stammen has registered three scoreless outings out of four appearances out of the bullpen this season, and this outing was a nice return to form for the 26-year-old after he blew the save Wednesday against the Giants. He should remain a prominent arm in the San Diego Padres bullpen moving forward.

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      Padres' Craig Stammen: Staying ready

      Craig Stammen has been playing catch every weekday and throwing bullpen sessions twice a week at Petco Park, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.He said he is trying to stay in the same arm shape as he was when spring training was suspended. Stammen, who is ticketed for a middle relief role if/when the season gets underway, had a 1.80 ERA, 0.80 WHIP and 4:0 K:BB in five innings during Cactus League play.

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      Padres' Craig Stammen: Signs with San Diego

      Craig Stammen signed a three-year, $12 million deal with the San Diego Padres on Saturday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.The third season of the deal is a club option, per Jon Heyman of MLB Network. The 35-year-old returns to the place where he spent the last three seasons. He posted a 3.29 ERA in 82 innings for the Padres last season, saving a career-high four games. He could remain one of the main secondary options behind Kirby Yates in the ninth inning going forward, though his drop in strikeout rate from 27.8 percent in 2018 to 21.5 percent in 2019 suggests that he could be better suited for a middle-relief role.

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      Padres' Craig Stammen: Takes seventh loss in relief

      Craig Stammen (7-7) was charged with the loss against the Diamondbacks on Wednesday after surrendering two runs and a pair of walks across one inning.The right-hander came into a scoreless game in the sixth inning to replace Chris Paddack and successfully finished out the frame. Unfortunately, the seventh inning didn't go so smoothly. Stammen hit a batter and walked two before getting the boot. Ketel Marte soon took advantage by socking a grand slam, charging a pair of runs and the loss to Stammen. The 35-year-old has 27 holds this season with a 3.59 ERA and 1.02 WHIP.