Perdomo underwent Tommy John surgery last week, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports.
Perdomo missed time in early September with right forearm inflammation, but the injury was evidently much more severe than originally reported. The timing of the surgery means he'll miss the entirety of the 2021 season, but he should be ready to go for spring training in 2022.
Perdomo was optioned to the alternate training site Saturday.
The 27-year-old was activated from the injured list last week and will head to the alternate site after making only one appearance. Perdomo has a 5.71 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 16:10 K:BB over 17.1 innings this season.
Perdomo (forearm) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list Friday.
Perdomo spent time on the shelf while recovering from right forearm inflammation, but he'll return after a relatively brief absence. The right-hander has made nine appearances (one start) this season, posting a 5.06 ERA and 1.31 WHIP over 16 innings.
Perdomo was placed on the 10-day injured list with right forearm inflammation Friday.
Perdomo has been mostly effective while serving as a low-leverage reliever for the Padres this year, but he'll miss time with a forearm issue. The severity of the issue is unclear. The right-hander carries a 5.06 ERA and 1.31 ERA over 16 innings across nine appearances (one start) this season.
Perdomo was recalled from the Padres' alternate training site Friday.
Several days after being sent down to alternate camp, Perdomo will return to the Padres' bullpen since Drew Pomeranz (shoulder) was placed on the 10-day injured list in a corresponding move. Perdomo made six appearances (one start) for the Padres to begin the season, posting an 8.10 ERA and 1.90 WHIP over 10 innings. He should play a lower-leverage role out of the bullpen.
Perdomo was optioned to the Padres' alternate training site Tuesday.
Perdomo was mostly effective for the Padres to begin the season, but he had two appearances in which he struggled. After allowing one earned run on no hits and three walks over two innings Monday, he'll head to the alternate camp. Lefty Adrian Morejon was called up by the Padres in a corresponding move to start Tuesday against the Rangers.
Perdomo didn't factor into the decision in Monday's contest between the Padres and the Dodgers. He allowed one run on two hits and one walk across one inning.
Perdomo, making his second MLB start in the last two years, worked as an opener, tossing 26 pitches (15 strikes) in his lone inning of work. Matt Strahm came on in relief for two frames before turning things over to Cal Quantrill for three innings. Quantrill earned the win for San Diego.
The Padres will have Perdomo start Monday's series opener versus the Dodgers, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports.
Garrett Richards was initially lined up to start Monday before the Padres added a new fifth starter to the mix Tuesday, but Perdomo and Richards will instead flip spots in the pitching schedule this week. The adjustment does little to change the outlook of either hurler, as both still line up for two starts against the same opponents during the Padres' seven-game week. Since Perdomo hasn't worked more than two innings or tossed more than 26 pitches in any of his prior three relief appearances this season, he'll likely be capped at around 50-to-75 pitches for what will be his second MLB start in the past two years.
Perdomo will start Tuesday's game against the Dodgers, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports.
Luis Patino was initially in line to make the start Tuesday, but he pitched in relief during Sunday's win against the Diamondbacks. As a result, Perdomo will step in to make a spot start as the Padres will likely lean heavily on their bullpen Tuesday. The right-hander has made three relief appearances this season, allowing three runs on three hits and three walks while striking out four over five innings.
Perdomo is "likely to be stretched into a swingman role with the potential to start," AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports.
Perdomo pitched two innings in relief Wednesday, underscoring his ability to go multiple frames out of the bullpen or as a spot starter. The 26-year-old was used almost exclusively as a reliever last season but spent most of his minor-league career as a starter.
Perdomo agreed to a one-year, $950,000 deal with the Padres on Friday, avoiding arbitration, freelance baseball writer Robert Murray reports.
This was Perdomo's first year as an arbitration-eligible player. He finished second on the Padres with 68.2 innings of relief last year (46 appearances) and also mixed in one start. He should reprise his role as a mop up man and middle reliever.
Perdomo (2-4) took the loss versus the Diamondbacks on Friday, allowing four runs on three hits and a walk in one inning.
Perdomo allowed a walk and a single to put his first two runners aboard and then saw them move into scoring position with a groundout. After a fielder's choice plated the tying run, Perdomo gave up a three-run blast to Jake Lamb. The 26-year-old has allowed 11 runs (10 earned) in 10.2 innings in September. His ERA inflated to 4.06 with the latest poor performance.
Perdomo (1-2) took the loss against the Braves on Saturday, allowing three runs on two hits and two walks while striking out one in the tenth inning of a 7-5 decision.
Perdomo coughed up an RBI single to Ozzie Albies and a two-run double to Tyler Flowers to account for the damage, which the Padres were unable to match in the bottom of the inning. Perdomo has a 3.89 ERA and 1.18 WHIP in 34.2 innings this season. He's allowed seven runs over his last 3.2 innings, picking up both of his losses on the year in his last three appearances.
Perdomo did not factor into the decision against the Nationals on Sunday, throwing 3.1 innings and allowing one unearned run on two hits.
Perdomo's first start since last season was borne of necessity, as the Padres opted for a bullpen game to fill the void left by Matt Strahm's rib injury. Nonetheless, Perdomo performed admirably, needing only 31 pitches to eat up 3.1 innings and allowing only an unearned run after the Nationals scored on a pair of groundouts following a two-base error by Ian Kinsler in the first inning. With Strahm possibly missing only one start, it stands to reason that Perdomo will go back to filling a relief role, though with 59 career starts under his belt he figures to be first in line for a starting assignment should Strahm need to miss additional time.
Perdomo is listed as the Padres' starting pitcher for Sunday's game against the Nationals.
The Padres opted not to call up another starter to assume Matt Strahm's (ribs) spot in the rotation, so Perdomo will lead things off in the series finale in what amounts to a bullpen game. Though Perdomo has 59 career big-league starts under his belt, he's worked exclusively in relief between the majors and Triple-A El Paso this season, covering no more than three frames in any outing. Since he pitched an inning in relief Saturday, don't expect Perdomo to pitch more than once through the order Sunday before turning the game over to the bullpen.
Perdomo was called up from Triple-A El Paso on Sunday, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Perdomo has been with El Paso since being optioned in early April after allowing three runs over seven innings during his first major-league stint of the season. The 26-year-old could immediately see action in long relief with Sunday's scheduled starter Chris Paddack (neck) a late scratch, while fill-in starter Robbie Erlin isn't fully stretched out.
Perdomo was optioned to Triple-A El Paso on Friday.
Perdomo pitched capably during his time with the Padres, allowing three runs in seven innings while recording a 7:2 K:BB. He'll make way on the roster for outfielder Alex Dickerson, whose contract was purchased in a corresponding move.
Perdomo was called up from Triple-A El Paso on Sunday.
Perdomo was unable to secure a roster spot in spring training but allowed one run on seven hits and one walk across 6.2 innings during his lone start with El Paso. The right-hander has 355 major-league innings over the last three seasons but has a 5.40 ERA, 1.59 WHIP, 7.9 K/9 and 4.4 BB/9. He's still only 25 years old but has plenty to prove in order to dispel his numbers from the last few years.
Perdomo was optioned to minor-league camp Saturday.
Perdomo failed to win a job as either a starter or a reliever this spring, hardly a surprise as he posted a 7.05 ERA last season and has a 5.40 career ERA through 355 innings. He's still just 25 years old, but the Padres have had a number of more interesting young pitchers pass him by, so it's hard to see him being a significant factor down the road given his poor track record.
The Padres no longer view Perdomo as an option for their season-opening rotation, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
After a rocky, injury plagued 2018 season, Perdomo needed a big spring to have a serious chance at winning a rotation spot. Perdomo has responded with six runs allowed on seven hits and five walks over seven frames in Cactus League play, effectively removing himself from the starting conversation. He still has two minor-league options remaining, so the Padres will likely send him to Triple-A El Paso to begin the season to continue his development as a starter.
|Last 7 Games|
|09/16||vs LAD||L 5-7||0||0||0||1.1||1||2||1||2|
|08/29||@ COL||L 3-4||0||0||0||1.2||0||0||0||1|
|08/27||vs SEA||L 3-8||0||0||0||3.1||1||0||0||6|
|08/22||vs HOU||W 13-2||0||0||0||1.0||1||0||0||0|
|08/17||@ TEX||W 14-4||0||0||0||2.0||0||0||3||1|
|08/13||@ LAD||L 2-11||0||0||0||2.0||5||5||2||2|
|08/10||@ LAD||W 2-1||0||0||0||1.0||2||1||1||0|
|More Pitching Stats|
|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2013||R-Johnson City Cardina||41.2||12||10||0||1||6||0||29||14||59||5.46||1.772|
|2014||AFA-Palm Beach Cardinals||3.0||1||0||0||0||0||0||3||0||2||0.00||0.667|
|2014||ASX-State College Spikes||12.0||2||2||0||1||0||0||13||1||11||1.50||1.000|
|2015||AFA-Palm Beach Cardinals||26.1||6||5||0||1||3||0||18||6||31||5.17||1.418|
|2018||AAA-El Paso Chihuahuas||75.0||13||13||1||6||3||0||61||21||72||3.72||1.240|
|2019||AAA-El Paso Chihuahuas||15.0||11||0||0||2||1||1||17||4||21||3.60||1.667|