Perdomo allowed four runs on seven hits and one walk across seven innings in a no-decision Sunday against the Giants. He struck out four.
Perdomo was staked to an early lead, but he struggled in allowing three runs on three hits, a walk and a wild pitch in the fourth inning, erasing his opportunity to pick up the win. The 24-year-old struggled a bit over his final two outings of the season, but he was quite solid for much of the second half and showed signs of developing into a respectable major league pitcher. He finishes the year with a 4.67 ERA and a 1.51 WHIP across a career-best 166.2 innings. Perdomo is under team control for the next four years and will look to continue his development in the 2018 campaign.
Perdomo (8-11) allowed four earned runs on six hits while taking the loss Sunday against the Diamondbacks. He lasted five innings, issuing two walks and striking out four in what ended as an 8-4 decision.
Despite having an ERA more than one run better than last year (4.65 vs. 5.71), the sophomore is still one victory shy of the nine he posted as a rookie. Perdomo will have one more shot at win No. 9 this season in his final scheduled start Sunday in San Francisco.
Perdomo (8-10) allowed two runs on four hits and six walks while striking out two batters through 5.1 innings to collect the win against Arizona on Monday.
The 24-year-old righty does a lot of things right and has made significant progress as a starter this season. Before Monday's start he had pitched at least six innings in each of his past 10 outings and sports an impressive 62.4 ground-ball percentage for the campaign. Unfortunately, wins are tough to come by pitching for the basement-dwelling Padres and his underwhelming 6.5 K/9 also hurts his overall fantasy potential. Perdomo projects to face the Rockies at Petco Park in his next start.
Perdomo (7-10) gave up three runs on five hits -- including three home runs -- over six innings in a losing effort against the Diamondbacks on Sunday. He struck out four and walked two.
The three homers allowed matched his career high. With a top groundball rate among starting pitchers, Perdomo has generally done a good job keeping the ball in the yard in recent months -- he had allowed just five home runs in his last 13 starts entering play Saturday -- but his middling strikeout and walk rates severely limit his appeal. Perdomo won't miss Coors Field next week, so even those in NL-only leagues should probably turn elsewhere.
Perdomo (7-9) allowed two runs on seven hits and three walks while striking out six batters during Monday's loss to St. Louis.
Perdomo has settled into a nice groove with just eight earned runs allowed through 24 innings over his last four starts. The 23-year-old righty has made some encouraging strides this season, but until he improves on his 6.7 K/9, his fantasy value will likely remain capped. Pitching for the Padres hurts his upside in the wins column, too. Perdomo projects to face the Diamondbacks at Chase Field in his next start.
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