Paddack was placed on the 10-day injured list with a strained left oblique Saturday.
The move was made retroactive to Wednesday, so Paddack will be eligible to return as soon as next Friday, though whether or not he's expected to be healthy by then remains to be seen. Paddack's spot in the rotation is due up Sunday against the Rockies. It's possible Reiss Knehr, who was recalled in a corresponding move, will temporarily take his place in the rotation.
Paddack (7-6) won Tuesday's 7-4 game against Oakland, allowing three runs on nine hits and a walk with six strikeouts in six innings.
Paddack allowed all three of his runs on five hits in the third inning but settled down after and was never in any real danger in any of the other five frames. This was the young righty's third straight win, while his season-high 102 pitches indicates manager Jayce Tingler finally trusts Paddack to work deep into games.
Paddack (6-6) allowed three hits and struck out one in five scoreless innings, earning the win in Wednesday's 3-2, Game 1 win over Atlanta.
The righty, who entered Wednesday's start with a 7.49 ERA and nine home runs allowed in his last nine outings, turned in arguably his strongest performance of the season, giving the Padres some much-needed length in the first game of the doubleheader. Paddack now has a 5.17 ERA and 84:19 K:BB in 87 innings through 19 games. He's expected to make his next start Tuesday against the Athletics.
Paddack (5-6) picked up the win Friday versus Washington. He allowed four runs on five hits and a walk with two strikeouts in five innings.
All Paddack had to do Friday was complete five innings to earn the win, as the Padres supported him with a franchise-best 24 runs in the contest. While it was far from a strong outing for the right-hander, he was able to get in the win column for the first time since June 18. He's struggled to a 5.49 ERA, 1.34 WHIP and 83:19 K:BB through 82 innings overall. Paddack lines up for a road start in Atlanta next week.
Paddack (4-6) took the loss against Washington on Wednesday, hurling two-plus innings and allowing nine runs (eight earned) on nine hits and one walk while striking out two.
Paddack fell behind early in the contest, surrendering a three-run homer to Juan Soto in the first inning. Things didn't get much better for the right-hander from there, as he allowed four more runs in the second before departing in the third inning without recording an out. The disastrous outing was a fitting cap to an inconsistent first half of the campaign for Paddack, who has allowed one or zero earned runs in five of his outings but five or more four times. He'll carry a disappointing 5.40 ERA into his next start, which is tentatively scheduled to come in Atlanta after the All-Star break.
Paddack tossed seven innings against the Phillies on Friday, allowing three runs on four hits and one walk while striking out five. He did not factor in the decision.
The right-hander bounced back from a rough previous start during which he allowed five runs in 2.1 frames against Arizona. Paddack demonstrated solid control against Philadelphia, throwing 67 of 95 pitches for strikes. Perhaps most impressively, he absorbed a rough first inning in which the Phillies tallied two runs and held them to only one more tally the rest of the way. Paddack has had an up-and-down campaign, compiling a 4-5 record along with a 4.56 ERA. He's pitching well enough to remain in San Diego's rotation but has been a middling fantasy asset. He's tentatively lined up to make his next start against Washington on Wednesday.
Paddack allowed five runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out two batters in 2.1 innings Friday against the Diamondbacks. He did not end up factoring into the decision.
Paddack was a complete no-show Friday after his last two starts combined yielded just four runs while he struck out 20 batters. He had a clean opening inning but allowed three runs in the second after allowing a bases-loaded single and then a double before finally getting out of trouble. He couldn't escape the third after allowing four consecutive hits, which amounted to two more runs for the Diamondbacks. It was undoubtedly a very rough outing for the 25-year-old righty, as his ERA shot up to a 4.68. He'll look to turn things around in his next start, which is currently scheduled to be against the Reds next week.
Paddack (4-5) earned the win Friday against the Reds after giving up two runs on six hits and a walk while fanning 11 across five innings.
Paddack gave up both of Cincinnati's runs, but he still delivered one of his best performances of the season and recorded a season high in strikeouts. He's now fanned at least six in four straight starts and has gone 2-2 with a 5.06 ERA in that stretch. His next turn on the rotation is slated to come next week at home against the Diamondbacks.
Paddack (3-5) allowed two runs on six hits and struck out nine over six innings to earn the win Sunday versus the Mets.
The only damage on the 25-year-old's line was a two-run home run by Jose Peraza in the fifth inning. Paddack has posted quality starts in four of his last five outings, and he also notched a season high with nine strikeouts Sunday. He's pitched to a 4.14 ERA, 1.16 WHIP and 57:13 K:BB across 58.2 innings this year. The right-hander lines up for a home start versus Cincinnati next week.
Paddack (2-5) lost Sunday's 6-2 defeat at the hands of the Mets, going six innings and allowing three runs on six hits and a walk with six strikeouts.
Paddack posted his third quality start in 11 turns Sunday but opposing starter Marcus Stroman and two Mets relievers were able to keep a potent Padres offense in check. The decent yet unspectacular outing has become commonplace for Paddack this year, with a key takeaway being the six innings pitched, which ties his season high, while the six strikeouts were one off his peak.
Paddack (2-4) allowed five runs on six hits and a walk over 4.1 innings Monday, striking out six and taking a loss against the Cubs.
Paddack was cursed by the long ball Monday with all five runs scoring against him coming off three homers, starting with a two-run shot by Javier Baez in the third inning. It was his first start of the season allowing multiple home runs. The 25-year-old righty had allowed just three runs over his previous 19 innings but saw his ERA jump to 4.24 after Monday's outing. Paddack is lined up to face the Mets at home this weekend.
Paddack allowed one earned run on two hits and no walks while striking out two across six innings Wednesday in the Padres' 2-1 win over the Brewers. He did not factor into the decision.
Paddack worked very efficiently, requiring only 68 pitchers to record his 18 outs. He generated only four swinging strikes, but he still limited the damage to only a solo home run off the bat of opposing pitcher Eric Lauer. Paddack is starting to return to his 2019 form, as he's completed consecutive six-inning outings and has allowed only three earned runs across his last 16 frames. For the season, Paddack now has a 3.61 ERA, though he has managed only 36 strikeouts across 42.1 frames.
Paddack (2-3) earned the win over Seattle on Friday, hurling six innings and allowing one run on three hits and two walks while striking out six.
Paddack gave up a run in the first inning, but the San Diego offense handed him eight runs by the end of the second frame, allowing the right-hander to cruise through the remainder of his start. He finished having thrown a season-high six innings and has now yielded only two earned runs over his past three outings covering 13 frames. He'll look to build more momentum in his next appearance, which is currently slated to come at Milwaukee on Wednesday.
Paddack did not factor in the decision against St. Louis on Saturday. He hurled four innings, allowing one run on three hits and one walk while striking out two.
The right-hander was effective in the outing, but a high pitch count prevented him from picking up his second win. Paddack's only allowed run of the game came as the result of a Yadier Molina home run in the fourth inning, and he did not allow any additional extra-base hits. He is tentatively slated to next take the mound at home against Seattle next week.
Paddack pitched three scoreless innings, allowing four hits and a walk while striking out four in the Padres' win over the Giants on Sunday. He did not factor into the decision.
Paddack was pulled after 53 pitches through three innings of work. He was expected to have a short start after missing a week with an undisclosed injury. Despite being his shortest start, it was his first start in which he didn't allow any runs. The 25-year-old's 4.78 ERA is the worst amongst Padres' starters. His FIP entering Sunday was 3.22, showing that he's allowing a high average on balls in play.
Paddack (undisclosed) was activated from the injured list and will start Sunday against the Giants.
The 25-year-old has been on the injured list since April 30 for unspecified reasons, and he'll rejoin the rotation in Sunday's series finale. Paddack was likely going through the league's COVID-19 protocols, and he could face some limitations as a starter after being sidelined for over a week.
Manager Jayce Tingler said Paddack (undisclosed) could return from the injured list to start Sunday at San Francisco, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
The 25-year-old was placed on the injured list April 30 without an injury designation, so it's probable he's been going through the league's COVID-19 health and safety protocols. Paddack has been out for just over a week, and it's unclear if he will face any limitations if cleared to start Sunday's series finale.
Paddack was placed on the injured list for an unspecified reason Friday.
The Padres didn't provide an explanation for Paddack's placement on the injured list, which signals that his absence could be related to the league's COVID-19 health and safety protocols. It's not yet clear when he'll be able to return. The right-hander had been in line to start Monday's game against the Pirates, but right-hander Miguel Diaz's contract was selected in a corresponding move, and he could fill in as a starter if Paddack is unable to pitch.
Paddack (1-3) took the loss against Arizona on Tuesday, pitching 5.1 innings and allowing five runs (three earned) on six hits and no walks while striking out five.
Paddack was victimized by poor defense early, as a second-inning two-out error tacked a pair of unearned runs to his ledger. He kept the Padres in the game until the sixth, when a pair of singles and a Carson Kelly homer resulted in a trio of runs. It was another uneven outing overall for Paddack, who has yet to pitch six full innings this season. His 5.40 ERA and 1.37 WHIP are each on pace for career-worst marks, and he has now lost three of his five starts. The right-hander will look for better results in his next start, currently scheduled for Monday at home against Pittsburgh.
Paddack (1-2) allowed five runs (one earned) on five hits and one walk while striking out seven across five innings, taking the loss Tuesday against the Brewers.
Paddack pitched well aside from a five-run third inning. To his credit, only Billy McKinney's solo shot was earned because of a Jurickson Profar error that led to four more runs. However, Paddack struggled to get himself out of the inning. The 25-year-old has looked better in his last two starts, posting a 1.80 ERA and 11 strikeouts after compiling a 5.63 ERA and six strikeouts across his first two outings.
|Last 7 Games|
|07/27||vs OAK||W 7-4||1||6.0||9||3||1||6|
|07/21||@ ATL||W 3-2||1||5.0||3||0||0||1|
|07/16||@ WAS||W 24-8||1||5.0||5||4||1||2|
|07/11||vs COL||L 1-3||2.0||4||1||0||4|
|07/07||vs WAS||L 5-15||1||2.0||9||8||1||2|
|07/02||@ PHI||L 3-4||7.0||4||3||1||5|
|06/25||vs ARI||W 11-5||2.1||8||5||2||2|
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|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2016||AFX-Fort Wayne TinCaps||14.0||3||3||0||0||0||0||23||3||11||0.64||1.000|
|2018||AFA-Lake Elsinore Storm||52.1||10||10||0||4||1||0||83||4||43||2.25||0.902|
|2018||AAX-San Antonio Missions||37.2||7||7||1||3||2||0||37||4||23||1.94||0.726|