Davies (7-4) suffered the loss against the Angels on Tuesday, pitching six innings and allowing three runs on seven hits and three walks while striking out five.
Despite notching a quality start, Davies scuffled in the outing, needing 97 pitches to get through six innings. He gave up a pair of homers to Angels catcher Max Stassi to account for all three of the runs scored against him. Davies is lined up to start the final game of the season at San Francisco, though it is uncertain how deep he'll go in that contest with the postseason around the corner. As it stands, the right-hander figures to have a spot in the team's playoff rotation.
Davies (7-3) allowed three runs on eight hits and a walk and struck out five over six innings in a loss to the Dodgers on Tuesday.
Davies was a little less efficient than his Dodgers counterpart, Tony Gonsolin, and the former would be stuck with the loss. It's a third straight quality start for Davies, as well as his fifth overall. He has a 2.69 ERA, 1.01 WHIP and 55:16 K:BB in 60.1 innings this season. The right-hander lines up to face the Angels next Wednesday in his next start.
Davies (7-2) allowed three earned runs on five hits and two walks while striking out eight across six innings to earn the win Wednesday against the Rockies.
Davies turned in a baseline quality start while racking up a season-best eight strikeouts. He did so on the strength of 14 swinging strikes and 19 called strikes across 99 total pitches. After this performance, Davies has yet to allow more than three earned runs in any of his nine starts this season. He has a 2.48 ERA to show for it, also putting up a 50:15 K:BB across 54.1 innings. Davies will look to keep things going his next turn in the rotation, currently projected to come Monday against the Dodgers.
Davies (6-2) earned the win Friday against Oakland by tossing seven scoreless innings, allowing four hits and four walks while fanning five.
Davies earned a fourth straight win and has not allowed more than three earned runs in any outing this season while fanning at least five in all but one game so far. In fact, he is coming off back-to-back scoreless performances, so the right-hander is clearly trending in the right direction. He will carry a 2.23 ERA and a stellar 0.93 WHIP into next Wednesday's matchup at home against Colorado.
Davies (5-2) earned the Friday after holding the Rockies to four (unearned) runs on five hits and two walks while striking out six across 5.2 innings.
Davies struggled in the first inning, giving up back-to-back singles and a walk, setting up Matt Kemp for a three-run home run. Luckily, the runs were unearned due to a missed catch error by Eric Hosmer. The 27-year-old Davies kept Colorado's bats quiet the rest of the way, exiting with two outs in the sixth following his 93rd pitch of the night. Davies has been solid this season, with his only rough outing of the year coming at Coors Field earlier this month, when he allowed three runs over five innings. The right-hander will carry a 2.61 ERA and 0.90 WHIP into next Friday's matchup at Oakland.
Davies (4-2) earned the win against Houston on Saturday, going eight innings and allowing two runs on four hits and two walks while striking out seven.
Davies allowed a first-inning run before San Diego staked him to a 10-run lead through two frames, allowing the right-hander to glide to an easy win. His eight innings established a season high while he notched a season-best seven strikeouts. Davies has now allowed three or fewer earned runs in each of his six starts in 2020, resulting in a solid 3.03 overall ERA. He'll next take the mound in a road game at Colorado on Friday.
Davies (3-2) allowed three runs on three hits and two walks over five innings Monday, striking out six and earning the win over Texas.
San Diego's offense exploded for 14 runs Monday, so Davies had plenty of breathing room. He allowed just two runs through five innings but left after allowing a leadoff single in the sixth to Danny Santana, who came around to score and charge Davies with his third run. The 27-year-old will carry a 3.25 ERA into Sunday's home start against Houston.
Davies (2-2) was tagged with the loss Wednesday against the Dodgers. He tossed seven innings of two-run ball, allowing four hits and two walks while fanning five.
Davies gave up two runs in the bottom of the fifth -- on an RBI single from Edwin Rios that scored A.J. Pollock, and on an RBI groundout from Austin Barnes that scored Chris Taylor. Despite the fact Davies was tagged with the loss, he delivered a strong performance against one of the best offenses in the National League and extended what has been a strong start to the season for him. He has allowed two or fewer earned runs in three of his first four starts and carries a 2.78 ERA with a 0.84 WHIP after his first 22.2 innings.
Davies (2-1) earned the win Friday against Arizona after tossing 5.2 scoreless innings, allowing three hits and fanning six.
Davies was absolutely dominant in this game, allowing only three singles throughout the course of his 84-pitch outing -- he threw 53 of those for strikes. Davies now has a 2.87 ERA on the season and will try to repeat this performance in his upcoming start, scheduled for Aug. 12 at the Dodgers.
Davies will have his next start moved up to Friday, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports.
Davies has been following Joey Lucchesi in the rotation, but with an off-day Thursday, the Padres have elected to skip Lucchesi's spot and roll with Davies on five days rest for Friday's series opener against Arizona. Whether the change indicates a move away from Lucchesi as a starter remains to be seen. San Diego has not yet announced its starter for Saturday, though it stands to reason that Chris Paddack will take the mound that day on regular rest.
Davies (1-1) allowed three earned runs on four hits and a walk while striking out two across five innings to take the loss Sunday against the Rockies.
Davies was beaten by the long ball, as he first served up a solo shot to Daniel Murphy in the second inning. Two frames later, Matt Kemp took him deep for a two-run home run. Davies has now pitched in two extreme environments -- his first start was at Oracle Park against the Giants -- and allowed five earned runs across 10 innings this season. He's in line to draw his next start at home against Arizona on Saturday.
Davies (1-0) was charged with three runs (two earned) on five hits over five innings in a win over the Giants on Tuesday. He struck out five and did not issue a walk.
After five seasons in Milwaukee, Davies joined the Padres this past winter as part of the Trent Grisham-Luis Urias deal. He pitched well enough to get the win in his team debut, though the Giants' lineup is one of the worst in baseball and this was in San Francisco, so it's hard to get too excited about this performance. Davies is a finesse pitcher who throws 88 mph with a career K/9 a little over 6.0; he will need to be at the very top of his game if he's to achieve a similar result this weekend in Colorado.
Davies will start Tuesday's game against the Giants, Annie Heilbrunn of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
This was expected, but we didn't get confirmation until after Monday's game. Davies will likely be caught by Austin Hedges, as he benefited greatly last year from having an excellent framer (Yasmani Grandal) behind the plate for most of his starts with the Brewers. He will need to hold his own in the early going to avoid getting replaced in the rotation, as the Padres have several young arms coming up behind him.
Davies solidified his spot in the Opening Day rotation with a strong showing in Cactus League play, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Davies allowed only one earned run and posted an 8:1 K:BB over eight innings this spring, all but assuring his place in San Diego's rotation. While he doesn't offer much in the strikeout category -- Davies has yet to reach a 20 percent strikeout rate over any season in his career -- the right-hander possesses a steady floor, as he has posted a sub-4.00 ERA in all but one major-league campaign.
Davies agreed to a one-year, $5.25 million contract with the Padres on Friday, avoiding arbitration, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Davies put together a career year in 2019 with Milwaukee, finishing with a 3.55 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 102 strikeouts across 159.2 frames. He should slot in the near the back end of San Diego's rotation.
The Padres acquired Davies and outfielder Trent Grisham from the Brewers on Wednesday in exchange for infielder Luis Urias and pitcher Eric Lauer, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.
Grisham and Urias are the principal pieces in the deal, while Davies and Lauer amount to a swap of depth rotation arms. Davies delivered a career-best 3.55 ERA across 159.2 innings in 2019, but his weak 5.7 K/9 limited his appeal from a fantasy perspective. He'll at least benefit from a change in home field from hitter-friendly Miller Park to the more forgiving Petco Park, which should aid Davies' chances of delivering another sub-4.00 ERA in 2020.
Davies is not on the Brewers' wild-card roster.
Davies threw five innings Friday and won't be asked to pitch again on just three days' rest. He'll almost certainly play a role in the divisional round should the Brewers win Tuesday's contest.
Davies did not factor into the decision during Friday's loss to the Rockies, allowing one run on two hits and a walk while striking out two across five innings.
Davies left the game in line for a win, but the Rockies quickly tied things up and soon took the lead for good following his exit. The right-hander turned in a solid performance of his own, surrendering his lone run of the night in the form of an RBI single to Tony Wolters in the third inning. Davies finishes the regular season with a 10-7 record, 3.55 ERA and 1.29 WHIP.
Davies didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 10-1 rout of the Pirates, giving up an unearned run on three hits over four innings. He struck out two.
The right-hander only tossed 57 pitches (34 strikes) before exiting the game with Milwaukee ahead 5-1, giving Davies no chance to pick up an easy win. He'll take the mound one more time in 2019, carrying a 3.61 ERA and 100:50 K:BB through 154.2 innings into a road start Friday against the Rockies.
Davies (10-7) gave up one run on two hits and two walks while striking out four through five innings to earn the win over the Padres on Monday.
Davies delivered five innings with only four baserunners and did enough to earn his 10th win of the season. Five innings seems to be the current expectation for Davies, as he hasn't pitched more than five frames since mid-July. The 26-year-old has a 3.70 ERA with 98 strikeouts through 29 starts this season. Davies is scheduled to make his next start Saturday against the Pirates at Miller Park.
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