Paddack (6-4) picked up the win in Wednesday's 3-2 victory over the Marlins, allowing one run on one hit and one walk over 7.2 innings while striking out eight.
The rookie flirted with history in his first career start against the organization that traded him for Fernando Rodney in 2016, losing a perfect game on a throwing error in the sixth but still maintaining a no-hitter through seven until Starlin Castro led off the eighth inning with a solo shot. Paddack now sports a 2.70 ERA and 95:19 K:BB through 90 innings.
Paddack didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Dodgers, allowing three hits and a walk over 5.2 scoreless innings while striking out six.
It was another impressive performance from the rookie, who threw 71 of 96 pitches for strikes, but unfortunately for Paddack, neither team could get on the board until the seventh inning. He'll take a 2.84 ERA and 87:18 K:BB through 82.1 innings into the All-Star break.
Paddack (5-4) earned the win Saturday, allowing one run on two hits and a walk while striking out eight over six innings in a 12-2 win over the Cardinals.
Paddack helped his own cause, tying the game with his first major-league RBI on a groundout to ignite a seven-run second inning for the Padres. On the mound, the rookie was stingy, throwing 72 of his 97 pitches for strikes. Paddack owns a 3.05 ERA and 0.94 WHIP with an 81:17 K:BB heading into his next start versus the Dodgers.
Paddack allowed two runs on five hits and three walks across five inning in a 6-3 loss at Pittsburgh on Saturday. He struck out one and did not factor in the decision
Paddack held the Pirates hitless through the first four innings, but he gave up three hits in the fifth, including a two-run homer to Jose Osuna. Overall it was a good performance from Paddack after spending the previous 10 days in the minors to help manage his workload. The 23-year-old has a 3.18 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 73:16 K:BB through 70.2 innings and figures to take the mound next weekend versus the Cardinals.
The Padres recalled Paddack from High-A Lake Elsinore ahead of his scheduled start Saturday against the Pirates.
Reliever Gerardo Reyes was optioned to Triple-A El Paso to clear a spot on the active roster for Paddack, who was shut down for the past week and a half while the Padres remain mindful of restricting his workload this season. Paddack may be subjected to further non-injury-related shutdowns later in the season, but he should remain a worthy starting option in just about every fantasy format when he's included in the Padres' pitching schedule. He had been scuffling prior to his assignment to Lake Elsinore, however, posting a 5.76 ERA and 1.32 WHIP over his last five starts for San Diego.
Paddack will be recalled from High-A Lake Elsinore to start Saturday at Pittsburgh, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Paddack was sent to High-A on June 12 with the Friars looking to manage his innings during his rookie campaign, and he'll make his return Saturday after spending the minimum 10 days in the minors. The 23-year-old has a 3.15 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and 72:13 K:BB through 65.2 innings this season, but he struggled over his final three starts before being sent down with 13 runs allowed (12 earned) over 14.1 innings.
Paddack was optioned to High-A Lake Elsinore on Wednesday, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports.
The Padres are looking to monitor the young right-hander's innings, so he'll head to the minors for the time being to rest for what is expected to be a short period of time before ultimately rejoining the Padres. It seems like a good time for a reset for Paddack, as he's allowed a combined 13 runs (12 earned) across 14.1 innings over his last three appearances. The Padres have yet to announce who will replace Paddack in the rotation at this point.
Paddack did not factor into the decision versus the Giants on Tuesday, pitching five innings and giving up three runs on six hits and one walk while striking out six.
On a positive note, Paddack allowed less than four earned runs for the first time in his last three starts and extended his streak of walking one batter or less to 10 consecutive games. On the other hand, he failed to make it past the fifth inning for the fourth time in five starts and saw his ERA reach its high point of the season at 3.15. While Paddack has maintained a strong strikeout rate, his 5.76 ERA over the rough five-game stretch is a far cry from his early-season dominance. His next start is scheduled for Sunday in Colorado.
Paddack (4-4) suffered the loss against Philadelphia on Tuesday, giving up six runs (five earned) in 4.1 innings. He did not walk a batter but allowed eight hits while striking out four.
The rookie was hit hard for the third time in a four-start stretch that has seen his ERA rise from 1.55 to 2.97. The primary culprit has been the long ball; after allowing only two home runs in his first seven starts, he has now served up seven during the four-game rough patch, including two in Tuesday's loss. It bears mentioning that Paddack's last two appearances have come after he was scratched from a start May 29 with neck stiffness, though Paddack has yet to mention any lingering soreness. He'll look to get back on track when he faces the Nationals on Sunday in his next scheduled start.
Paddack (4-3) allowed four runs on six hits with six strikeouts and one walk across five innings while taking the loss against the Yankees on Wednesday.
After skipping his last start because of a neck issue, Paddack struggled in a tough matchup at Yankees Stadium. He tossed up three homers, and even though all of them were of the solo variety, that was enough to get stuck with the loss. However, Paddack came into the afternoon having allowed just four homers all year, and since he doesn't have to face the Yankees again, there's little reason to be concerned about the long ball with the 23-year-old. Despite the loss, Paddack is 4-3 with a 2.40 ERA, 0.82 WHIP, .170 batting average against and 62 strikeouts in 56.1 innings this year. He will face the Phillies at home in his next start.
Paddack (neck) has been cleared to start Wednesday's game against the Yankees in New York.
He'll be taking the hill on eight days' rest after a sore neck prevented him from making his previously scheduled start Sunday in Toronto. Paddack will draw a tougher matchup as a result of being pushed back in the pitching schedule, but it's not expected that he'll face any restrictions in his return to action.
Paddack was scratched from Sunday's start against the Blue Jays with neck stiffness, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports.
Paddack apparently woke up with a stiff neck and will be unable to pitch in Sunday's series finale, with Robbie Erlin making the spot start. The Padres currently plan for Paddack to retake the mound Wednesday against the Yankees.
Paddack improved to 4-2 on the season after allowing one run on five hits while striking out seven in a six-inning start against the Diamondbacks on Monday.
Paddack failed to make it out of the fifth inning in his previous start but looked as good as ever Monday. A small rally, involving no extra-base hits, got the Diamondbacks their only run in the third inning, but Paddack only allowed one other runner to reach second base the rest of the game. The rookie's ERA now sits at an incredible 1.93 through nine starts. He'll look to keep things going Sunday in Toronto.
Paddack will take his next turn in Monday's series opener against the Diamondbacks, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports.
For the first time all season, the rookie looked mortal while taking the loss Tuesday, serving up six runs (three earned) on five hits and a walk while lasting just 4.2 innings. Though Paddack would be available on four days' rest Sunday against the Pirates, he'll be denied a two-start week while the Padres stick to the plan they've followed all season and give him a fifth day off between turns. San Diego is expected to add a temporary sixth starter to the rotation Sunday, with Triple-A El Paso hurler Cal Quantrill probably representing the top candidate to fill the opening.
Paddack (3-2) struggled against the Dodgers on Tuesday, giving up six runs (three earned) on five hits and one walk in 4.2 innings to take the loss. He struck out three.
The rookie sensation breezed through the first two innings before a pair of two-run homers in the third turned the game around. Paddack had trouble putting hitters away in this one, as his three strikeouts were a season low. Meanwhile, the five hits he allowed were a season high -- which speaks volumes about how well we has pitched this year. Despite the rough outing, he'll take an impressive 1.99 ERA and 0.75 WHIP into Pittsburgh in his next start Sunday.
Paddack (3-1) picked up the win in Monday's 4-0 victory over the Mets, scattering four hits and a walk over 7.2 scoreless innings while striking out a career-high 11.
The rookie was simply brilliant in a clash with reigning NL Cy Young winner Jacob deGrom and reigning NL Rookie of the Month Pete Alonso, generating a massive 21 swinging strikes among his 91 pitches (66 total strikes). Paddack allowed only one runner to even reach scoring position, and he now boasts a 1.55 ERA and 46:10 K:BB through 40.2 innings. With Cal Quantrill getting another start Tuesday and an off day coming Thursday, Paddack appears set to get some extra rest before taking the mound again next week on the road against the Dodgers.
Paddack will require workload management throughout the season, with the starter targeting 130 to 150 innings, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports.
Paddack threw 90 minor-league innings last season, his first after undergoing Tommy John surgery. The Padres elected to start him on the big-league roster despite limited experience in the upper minors in order to avoid wasting his innings this season, and he's rewarded the team so far, recording an excellent 1.91 ERA in six starts. The innings target was given by the pitcher himself, as the Padres haven't specifically laid out their plan for the young hurler. So far, the plan has seemed to involve a pitch count (he's yet to throw 90 pitches) and a temporary six-man rotation, but changes could come down the stretch, especially if the Padres appear to be in line for a playoff berth.
Paddack (2-1) picked up the win against the Braves on Tuesday, giving up two earned runs on four hits over six innings, striking out five and walking one as the Padres won 4-3.
The rookie continues to look like an ace in the early going, as his latest sharp outing moves his ERA to 1.93 and his WHIP to 0.70 through 33 innings. Perhaps most impressively, he's holding opponents to a minuscule .126 batting average, with only 14 hits allowed over his six starts. Paddack is scheduled to take the mound next on the road against the Dodgers on Sunday.
Paddack (1-1) got the win against the Mariners on Wednesday, throwing a seven-inning shutout while allowing just one hit, striking out nine and walking one as the Padres prevailed 1-0.
Paddack turned in a brilliant and efficient outing, needing just 83 pitches to make it through seven innings while allowing just two runners to reach base. The rookie has been a revelation so far this season, as he's now sporting a stellar 1.67 ERA, 0.67 WHIP and 30:8 K:BB through 27 innings. He'll look to keep it rolling in his next start, which will see him take the hill in a road matchup against the Braves on Tuesday.
Paddack (0-1) took the loss against the Reds on Thursday, giving up three earned runs on three hits over six innings, striking out five and walking one as the Padres fell 4-1.
Paddack tossed a quality start, but his teammates could only muster up a single run of support, and he eventually was tagged with the loss. Nonetheless, the 23-year-old is still off to a great start, as he's sporting a 2.25 ERA, a 0.80 WHIP and a solid 21:7 K:BB over 20 innings, while holding opponents to a .134 average. The right-hander will take the mound next at home against the Mariners on Wednesday.
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