Peacock (shoulder) won't be back until at least the middle of August, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The Astros will go with a four-man rotation through the end of July, and then Jose Urquidy could slot in when they next need a fifth starter Aug. 3 against the Mariners. Once healthy, Peacock could enter the rotation, but it's also possible that the Astros will use him as a reliever, particularly if they trade for a starting pitcher at the deadline.
Peacock (shoulder) hopes to resume throwing soon, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Peacock has been out with right shoulder inflammation since late June. He made one rehab appearance and was on the verge of being activated before the soreness increased, leading him to be temporarily shut down from throwing. A new timeline for his return has not yet emerged.
Peacock (shoulder) will be re-evaluated in Houston on Monday before the Astros determine the next step for his rehab program, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Peacock initially appeared on track to return from the 10-day injured list to start Monday's series opener against the Angels, but those plans were scrapped after he experienced renewed soreness in his right shoulder Saturday, one day after he completed a bullpen session. Framber Valdez will instead receive the starting nod Monday on three days' rest or work as a primary pitcher behind an opener, while the Astros' plans for Tuesday remain undetermined now that Valdez won't be an option for that contest. The Astros should provide an update on Peacock's condition along with a potential timeline for him to return to the big club within the next few days.
Peacock won't be activated from the 10-day injured list to start Monday's game against the Angels after reporting soreness in his right shoulder following his throwing session earlier in the weekend, Julia Morales of AT&T SportsNet Southwest reports.
Peacock's setback doesn't sound overly serious, but it'll nonetheless take him out of consideration when the Astros require a fifth starter for the first time since the All-Star break. With Peacock unavailable for at least one more turn through the rotation, the Astros could call up a pitcher from the minors to start Monday or treat the series opener in Anaheim as a bullpen day.
Peacock (shoulder) felt good following Wednesday's rehab appearance and expects to be activated to start Monday against the Angels, Hunter Atkins of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Peacock threw just two innings in Wednesday's outing, striking out four and walking one while giving up no runs. Despite the short appearance, he's expected to be good to go without another rehab start. He should still be built up enough to pitch deep into Monday's contest, as he's only been on the injured list since June 28.
Peacock (shoulder) will begin a rehab assignment with Double-A Corpus Christi on Wednesday, Brian McTaggart of MLB.com reports.
Peacock landed on the 10-day injured list with shoulder discomfort in late June but was expected to be back for his first turn in the rotation following the All-Star break. He'll be on track to do that if Wednesday's outing goes well, lining up to start Monday against the Angels.
Peacock (shoulder) underwent an MRI that revealed inflammation, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Peacock, who said he's been fighting a sore shoulder over the last month, plans to play catch in "about a week" and is targeting a return to the rotation following the All-Star break. The right-hander has a 6.39 ERA over his last 25.1 innings (five starts).
Manager AJ Hinch said Peacock (shoulder) is expected to make his first start out of the All-Star break, Jake Kaplan of The Athletic reports.
Peacock has apparently been pitching through a sore shoulder for a while, according to Hinch, so the Astros decided to give him some time off leading up to and during the All-Star break. As long as he is not dealing with anything worse than has been let on up to this point, Peacock should have a good chance to return when his manager expects.
Peacock was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday with right shoulder discomfort, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Peacock allowed six runs over three innings Thursday, so the shoulder discomfort could help explain some of his struggles. The severity of the injury is not clear, but the 31-year-old will get some built-in recovery time thanks to the All-Star break.
Peacock (6-6) took the loss against the Pirates on Thursday, giving up six earned runs on seven hits over three innings, striking out two and walking one as the Astros fell 10-0.
Peacock didn't have it in this contest, as he served up long balls to Kevin Newman, Corey Dickerson and Josh Bell before getting chased from the contest after just three innings and 70 pitches. The right-hander sees his ERA jump from 3.62 to 4.13 through 85 innings ahead of his next start, which is scheduled for Tuesday or Wednesday against the Rockies at Coors Field.
Peacock (6-5) was hit with the loss after surrendering two runs on five hits while striking out 11 over six innings Friday against the Yankees.
Peacock threw the ball well throughout his outing, though he did give up a two-run blast in the third inning to Gary Sanchez. The 31-year-old right-hander continues to serve as a reliable starter within Houston's rotation, posting a 3.62 ERA and 1.10 WHIP with an 87:24 K:BB over 82 innings this season.
Peacock (6-4) allowed four runs on five hits and three walks across five innings Sunday, striking out five and taking the loss to Toronto.
Things got ugly from the jump with Peacock allowing a pair of runs in the first inning, including a Rowdy Tellez homer. Over his last two outings, the 6-foot-1 right-hander has coughed up eight runs in 11.1 innings, raising his ERA from 3.20 to 3.67 in the process. Peacock will try to turn things around against a dangerous Yankees team in New York on Friday.
Peacock (6-3) picked up the win Tuesday, giving up four runs on seven hits and a walk over 6.1 innings while striking out four in a 10-8 victory over the Brewers.
Christian Yelich and Travis Shaw both took Peacock deep, with the latter blast helping to chase the right-hander from the game, but Houston's offense backed him with four homers of its own. Peacock will take a 3.42 ERA and 71:21 K:BB through 71 innings into his next start Sunday, at home against the Blue Jays.
Peacock (5-3) was charged with the loss Wednesday against the Mariners after allowing two runs on four hits and two walks while striking out six through five innings of work.
The right-hander turned in another solid effort but just couldn't get the job done against the hot-hitting Mariners, who won this one 14-1. The bulk of Peacock's damage came in the fifth inning after he loaded the bases with a leadoff walk and back-to-back singles. Mallex Smith then took advantage with a two-run single to give the Mariners a 2-1 lead that lasted the rest of the way. Despite the loss, Peacock has allowed two runs or fewer in last six starts while striking out 41 batters and serving up just one homer in 34 innings. Overall, the 31-year-old owns a 3.20 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 67:20 K:BB. He'll look to get back into the win column with a matchup Tuesday against the Brewers.
Peacock didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 3-2 win over the A's, giving up two runs on five hits and three walks over six innings while striking out three.
A two-run blast by Matt Chapman in the third inning was the only real blemish on Peacock's night, but the right-hander was actually headed for his third loss of the season before the Astros finally scored their first runs of the game in the top of the seventh. Peacock now has five quality starts on the year, including three in his last five trips to the mound, and he'll take a 3.17 ERA and 61:18 K:BB through 59.2 innings into his next outing Wednesday in Seattle.
Peacock struck out eight across six scoreless innings and allowed only four hits in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Red Sox. He issued one walk but did not factor into the decision.
Peacock was primed to receive his sixth win of the season, but closer Roberto Osuna was unable to maintain the two-run lead in the ninth. Regardless, it was another lights-out performance from the 31-year-old, who has a 32:6 K:BB and has allowed only one run in his last 23 innings, a span of four starts. Peacock will try to continue that trend at Oakland on Friday.
Peacock (5-2) tossed five shutout innings Monday, striking out nine and allowing two hits while earning the win over the White Sox.
It was another strong outing for Peacock, who has now taken the win in each of his last three outings. During those three starts, he owns a 24:5 K:BB and 0.53 ERA across 17 innings. The 31-year-old will aim for a fourth straight win against the Red Sox on Saturday.
Peacock's next start will come Monday against the White Sox rather than Sunday against the Red Sox as originally expected, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Peacock loses a two-start week this week but picks one up next week. He'll get to face a much easier opponent, though he's expected to face the Red Sox anyway in his following start next Saturday.
Peacock (4-2) got the win against the Tigers on Monday, giving up one earned run on three hits over five innings, striking out three, and walking four as the Astros picked up an 8-1 victory.
He didn't have his best control, as Peacock issued four free passes and tossed 88 pitches, but he did well to limit the damage and bag his fourth win of the season. The right-hander has rebounded nicely since a seven-run blowup against the Twins on May 2, as he's given up just the one run over 12 innings in his two starts since, lowering his ERA to 4.01 and his WHIP to 1.13 over 42.2 innings.
Peacock (3-2) gave up three hits with one walk while striking out 12 through seven scoreless innings, earning a win over the Royals on Wednesday.
Peacock generated 27 called strikes in a dominant performance en route to his third win. This was a nice way to bounce back after he allowed seven runs in his last start. The right-hander has a 3-2 record with a 4.30 ERA and 38:10 K:BB through six starts this season. Peacock will make his next start Monday in Detroit.
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