Lucchesi (7-5) allowed six runs on 10 hits and three walks while striking out three over 4.1 innings in a loss to the Cubs on Saturday.
The big blow came in the fourth inning, when Javier Baez turned a one-run deficit into a two-run lead with one swing of the bat. Lucchesi's strikeout rate is down more than three percentage points from a year ago, but he's allowing less hard contact and fewer line drives overall. This recent stretch in the schedule has been especially tough (@LAD, vs. ATL, @CHC), and Lucchesi has held his own. He lines up for a home start against the Giants next week.
Lucchesi didn't factor in the decision Saturday, allowing two runs on three hits and two walks while striking out four over five innings versus the Braves.
It was a so-so start for the 26-year-old, who held his own in the back-and-forth contest. Lucchesi has a 3.92 ERA and 1.11 WHIP in 101 innings this season. He takes a 7-4 record and a 96:28 K:BB heading into his next start, a road date scheduled for next Saturday against the Cubs.
Lucchesi (7-4) allowed three runs on six hits and no walks across 6.1 innings to earn the win Sunday against the Dodgers. He struck out four.
Lucchesi was solid through six innings, limiting baserunners and surrendering a pair of solo home runs. He came back out for the seventh, allowing a run on a pair of hits before leaving with one out. It was no small task to contain one of baseball's most productive lineups, especially since Lucchesi hadn't completed six innings in either of his previous two starts. The left-hander will take a respectable 3.94 ERA and a winning record into the second half of the season.
Lucchesi did not factor into the decision against the Cardinals on Sunday, tossing 5.1 innings and allowing two runs on four hits and three walks while striking out six.
Lucchesi breezed through five scoreless innings to begin his outing but was pulled after allowing two walks and a single to load the bases with one out in the fifth. Luis Perdomo then came on in relief and struck out his first batter before giving up a two-run single to Yairo Munoz, with both runs charged to Lucchesi. Lucchesi has now allowed three earned runs or fewer in 11 of his 16 starts this season, compiling a 3.91 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 88:26 K:BB in 89.2 innings. He'll have a road matchup against the Dodgers on Friday in his next scheduled start.
Lucchesi didn't factor into the decision Sunday against the Pirates after allowing four runs on six hits in five innings. He struck out four.
Lucchesi retired the first six batters he faced before running into trouble in the third inning, yielding a pair of runs on a double, two singles and a sacrifice fly before escaping the frame. The southpaw allowed two more runs over the next two innings and was subsequently removed prior to the sixth inning. He'll carry a 3.95 ERA, 1.11 WHIP and 8.8 K/9 into his next start, which is expected to happen at home Saturday against the Cardinals.
Lucchesi (6-4) got the win against the Brewers on Monday, tossing seven shutout innings, giving up three hits, striking out five and walking three in the Padres' 2-0 victory.
Lucchesi continued his strong recent form with this sterling effort, as he's now given up three earned runs or less in seven out of his last eight starts dating back to May 4. The left-hander has lowered his ERA from 5.00 to 3.74 over that stretch, to go along with a solid 1.11 WHIP and a 78:23 K:BB through 79.1 innings. He's scheduled to take the mound next on the road against the Pirates on Sunday.
Lucchesi (5-4) took the loss against the Giants on Wednesday, allowing three runs (two earned) on five hits and two walks while striking out six across six innings.
After giving up a solo home run to Kevin Pillar in the second inning, Lucchesi held the Giants at bay until the fifth. He surrendered a trio of singles and a walk in that frame that allowed another two runs to score, including an unearned run stemming from Josh Naylor's throwing error. The left-hander looked much better this time out compared to his last start against the Giants on April 9, when he gave up a season-worst seven runs through just four innings. Unfortunately, his offense couldn't provide enough run support this time around. Through 13 starts, the 26-year-old owns a 4.11 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 73:20 K:BB. He'll look to get back into the win column in a Monday showdown against the Brewers.
Lucchesi (5-3) got the win against the Nationals on Thursday, giving up four earned runs on four hits over five innings, striking out five and walking three as the Padres won 5-4.
The game got off to a rough start for Lucchesi as the Nationals tagged him for all four of their runs in the first inning. However, he settled down after that and the Padres struck back for five runs of their own, allowing the left-hander to pick up his fifth win of the season. Lucchesi will carry a 4.21 ERA and a solid 1.13 WHIP into his next start, which is scheduled for Wednesday on the road against the Giants.
Lucchesi is listed as the Padres' probable starter for Thursday's game against the Nationals.
Heading into the week, Lucchesi was initially lined up to start Wednesday against the Phillies, but he'll be pushed back a day in the pitching schedule with the Padres bringing up Cal Quantrill from Triple-A El Paso to start the series finale with Philadelphia. The addition of Quantrill is mainly designed to build in an extra rest day for Chris Paddack and Matt Strahm, but the Padres probably won't mind that another one of their prized young hurlers in Lucchesi receives another day off between starts.
Lucchesi (4-3) struck out five and picked up the win Friday, allowing one run on two hits and a walk over 6.1 innings in a 5-2 victory over the Marlins.
The southpaw allowed only one baserunner through five innings before Rosell Herrera ended any thoughts of a shutout with a home run in the sixth. Lucchesi has delivered three straight quality starts after failing to record one through his first eight trips to the mound, and he'll take a 3.96 ERA and 62:15 K:BB over 61.1 innings into his next outing Wednesday, at home against the Phillies.
Lucchesi is scheduled to make his next start May 31 against the Marlins, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
He'll be returning to the mound on six days' rest after striking out 11 over 6.2 innings in a no-decision against the Blue Jays on Friday. Lucchesi had initially been lined up to start in the Padres' series finale with the Yankees in New York on Wednesday, but that assignment will now fall to Chris Paddack, who was moved back in the schedule while he manages a stiff neck. Lucchesi's fantasy managers probably won't complain about him getting pushed back, as he'll now trade a matchup with a powerful offense in a tough ballpark for a home start against the Marlins' MLB-worst hitting attack (67 wRC+).
Lucchesi surrendered three runs on three hits and one walk while striking out 11 over 6.2 innings Friday night in a no-decision against the Blue Jays.
Lucchesi's offense spotted him an early 3-0 lead, but he then allowed three runs in the fifth on a pair of long balls. He was successful in pounding the zone, however, hurling 66 of 95 pitches for strikes on the way to a quality start. The southpaw owns a 4.25 ERA and 1.18 WHIP with a 57:14 K:BB over 55 innings this season.
Lucchesi (3-3) took the loss in Friday's 5-3 loss to the Pirates, surrendering two runs on five hits while striking out six over seven innings.
Lucchesi was out-dueled by former Padre Jordan Lyles in this game, sticking Lucchesi with a hard-luck loss. The left-hander has a 4.28 ERA and 1.26 WHIP over nine starts and 48.1 innings this year. He's stuck out 46 batters. Lucchesi will look for a better result when he takes on the Blue Jays on Friday.
Lucchesi didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Rockies, allowing one run on three hits and a walk over 5.1 innings while striking out four.
The left-hander put together one of his better starts of the season despite pitching in Coors Field, throwing 46 of 71 pitches for strikes, and Lucchesi left the game in line for his fourth win before the Padres bullpen coughed up the lead. Lasting deep into games remains an issue for him -- he has yet to deliver a quality start in eight trips to the mound -- and he'll carry a 4.57 ERA and 40:13 K:BB through 41.1 innings into his next outing Friday, at home against the Pirates.
Lucchesi gave up three runs on five hits and two walks across five innings during Saturday's loss to the Dodgers. He struck out two batters and did not factor into the decision.
Lucchesi gave up just one run through five innings before the Dodgers did some damage in the sixth frame. He allowed the first two batters of the inning to reach base before getting the hook. Brad Wieck entered and immediately gave up a three-run shot to Max Muncy. Lucchesi has now been drilled for 20 runs in 25.2 innings over his last five starts. He'll look to get his ERA back under 5.00 in Colorado next Friday.
Lucchesi allowed five runs (four earned) on nine hits with five strikeouts and one walk across four innings in a no-decision against the Nationals on Sunday.
The Padres spotted him a 6-0 lead, but by the end of the fifth, that lead was gone. Lucchesi gave up five of those six runs to allow the Nationals to tie the game, which erased all the good work he posted in his last start. Lucchesi has allowed at least five runs in three of his last four outings. He is 3-2 with a 4.94 ERA, 1.45 WHIP and 34 strikeouts in 31 innings. His next start will be at home against the Dodgers on Friday.
Lucchesi (3-2) allowed one earned run on five hits and two walks while striking out eight across 5.2 innings to earn the win Sunday against Cincinnati.
Lucchesi had the Reds guessing throughout his outing, racking up 15 swinging strikes and 15 called strikes on just 92 total pitches. He allowed only one extra-base hit -- a double to Matt Kemp -- one start after being burned by the long ball. Entering Sunday's start, Lucchesi had allowed 12 earned runs in his past 11 innings spanning two starts, making this effort a nice bounceback performance.
Lucchesi (2-2) gave up five runs on seven hits and two walks across seven innings, taking the loss against the Rockies on Monday. He struck out four and yielded a pair of homers.
After two scoreless outings to start his 2019 season, Lucchesi has been drilled for 12 runs across 11 innings in his last two appearances, driving his ERA to 5.06. Both Nolan Arenado and Ian Desmond took him deep, the first homers he's allowed this season. The second-year southpaw will look to get back in the win column against Cincinnati on Sunday.
Lucchesi (2-1) got the loss against the Giants on Tuesday, giving up seven earned runs on seven hits in four innings, striking out four and walking two as the Padres lost 7-2.
Lucchesi was 2-0 coming into the contest, but he was blown up by the Giants in his first loss of the season, pushing his ERA up to 4.40 through three starts and 14.1 innings. The left-hander hadn't given up an earned run in either of his starts before this, so he'll look to bounce back and regain that form in his next start, which will come at home against the Rockies on Monday.
Lucchesi (2-0) got the win against the Diamondbacks on Wednesday, scattering four hits over five scoreless innings, striking out six and walking one in the Padres' 4-1 victory.
It was a second straight strong start for the left-hander, as Lucchesi has yet to give up a run in either of his outings to start the season, both of which have ended in victories. Lucchesi had a pedestrian 4.08 ERA and 1.29 WHIP in 130 innings last year, but he was a great source of strikeouts with 145 over that time. If this strong start is a sign he's primed to take a step forward and improve on those ratios, his value would increase markedly.
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