Lamet (2-2) picked up the win in Saturday's 5-3 victory over the Phillies, allowing three runs on six hits and a walk over six innings while striking out six.
The right-hander now has two quality starts in eight trips to the mound since returning from Tommy John surgery, and those performances account for his two wins. Lamet will take a 3.95 ERA and 55:17 K:BB through 41 innings into his next outing, at home against the Red Sox on Aug. 24.
Lamet allowed two runs on three hits with three walks and seven strikeouts across five innings during a no-decision against the Rockies on Sunday.
The 27-year-old tossed five shutout frames to start the game, but to begin the sixth, he allowed a single and then a homer to somewhat spoil his great work. Lamet departed immediately after giving up the home run. Still, he owns a 1.50 ERA with 19 strikeouts in his last 12 innings. Lamet, who will pitch next at the Phillies on Saturday, is 1-2 with a 3.86 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 49 strikeouts in 35 innings this season.
Lamet (1-2) earned the win against Seattle on Tuesday, hurling seven scoreless innings and allowing two hits and four walks while striking out 12.
Lamet was unhittable most of the night, as he allowed only four baserunners -- all on walks -- through six innings. He began the seventh with a strikeout but subsequently lost the no-hitter when Omar Narvaez lined a clean single to center field. He then allowed a double to Kyle Seager before inducing a popout and a strikeout, the latter of which brought him to 12 total whiffs in the game to tie his career high. The dominant performance earned Lamet his first victory since 2017 and ended a string of three straight no-decisions. The 27-year-old will look to build upon the strong outing in his next appearance, a home start against the Rockies on Sunday.
Lamet gave up three runs on five hits and two walks while striking out five through five innings in a no-decision against the Orioles on Tuesday.
Lamet sailed through the first three innings, but labored in the fourth as the Orioles reached him for three runs on two hits and three walks. He bounced back to register a scoreless fifth inning before departing after throwing a season high 88 pitches. The 27-year-old has a 5.09 ERA with a 1.39 WHIP and a 30:9 K:BB in 23 innings this season. Lamet is displaying strikeout upside, but he still struggles with command and hasn't pitched more than five innings since returning from Tommy John surgery. Lamet will make his next start next Tuesday on the road in Seattle.
Lamet gave up two runs on four hits and one walk while striking out six through four innings in a no-decision against the Mets on Wednesday.
Lamet had 16 swinging strikes and showed flashes of dominance, but he also labored through four innings, running his pitch count to 80 without making it into the fifth. The 27-year-old has a 5.00 ERA with a 12.5 K/9 and 3.5 BB/9 through four starts this season. While Lamet has huge strikeout upside, he is also struggling with his command and hasn't pitched more than five innings since returning from Tommy John surgery. Lamet will make his next start Tuesday against the Orioles at Petco Park.
Lamet allowed three runs (one earned) on six hits with two walks and five strikeouts across four innings during a no-decision against the Marlins on Thursday.
This start was definitely a step in the right direction for the 26-year-old. Thanks to an error, the Marlins scored two runs in the second inning. Lamet gave up another home run -- his fourth in three starts this season -- but that was the only earned run he yielded, and the Padres offense managed to tie the game to get Lamet off the hook. It's a small sample, but Lamet is 0-2 with a 5.14 ERa, 1.43 WHIP and 19 strikeouts in 14 innings this season. He will start next at the Mets on Wednesday.
Lamet (0-2) took the loss Friday against Atlanta after allowing four runs on five hits and two walks while striking out seven over five innings.
Making just his second start since 2017, Lamet put together a decent showing against the Braves. The 26-year-old started off strong by punching out Ronald Acuna Jr., but surrendered a double to Dansby Swanson, a walk to Freddie Freeman and a three-run homer to Josh Donaldson to give the Braves the lead. Acuna Jr. then hit a solo shot off Lamet in the fifth for the final damage of the night. Despite the loss, the right-hander has a good chance at remaining in the Padres' rotation. Over two starts this year, Lamet owns a 6.30 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and 14:4 K:BB.
Lamet (0-1) was charged with the loss Thursday at Dodger Stadium, recording seven strikeouts while surrendering three runs on three hits and two walks over five innings.
Making his first major-league appearance since undergoing Tommy John surgery 15 months ago, Lamet proved he has much left to offer with a solid outing against a powerful Dodgers lineup. The 26-year-old retired the side in the first inning with just nine pitches but slipped up in the second by allowing a solo home run to Max Muncy. Lamet kept the Dodgers' bats quiet until the fifth, when he ran into trouble by loading up the bases on a pair of walks and a single. Lamet worked a full count to opposing pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu but managed to strike him out. The 26-year-old then allowed a run by hitting Joc Pederson with a pitch and gave up a sacrifice-fly RBI to Alex Verdugo before finally escaping the inning. The right-hander will almost certainly continue on in the rotation following the All-Star break.
Lamet (elbow) was activated from the 60-day injured list as expected ahead of his season debut Thursday against the Dodgers.
Lamet's 28.7 percent strikeout rate as a rookie back in 2017 gave him a bit of hype during last year's draft season, but Tommy John surgery in April of 2018 put that on hold for a while. He remains an interesting arm now that he's healthy again, though it's not yet clear how much his workload will be limited as he eases his way back into big-league action.
Lamet (elbow) will make his season debut Thursday against the Dodgers, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Lamet is nearly ready to go after recovering from last April's Tommy John surgery. He recorded an unimpressive 4.57 ERA in his 21-start debut back in 2017 but struck out a promising 28.7 percent of opposing hitters. He'll likely have his workload carefully managed the rest of the season, especially in his first few outings.
The Padres are expected to activate Lamet (elbow) from the 60-day injured list later this week to start one of the team's four games against the Dodgers in Los Angeles, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
With Cal Quantrill moving from the bullpen to the rotation Wednesday against the Giants, the Padres appear set to conclude the final week of the first half with a different starting pitcher for all seven of their games. San Diego will presumably pare their rotation down to five or six men after the All-Star break, but Lamet should have a good chance at sticking around as a starter after drawing rave reviews during his six-outing minor-league rehab assignment. While he gave up 16 runs in 24 innings between stops at High-A Lake Elsinore and Triple-A El Paso, Lamet notched 33 strikeouts and consistently flashed a sharp slider and upper-90s fastball that occasionally touched 100 miles per hour. Lamet rejoined the Padres on Monday and completed a bullpen session without incident, setting him up to make his long-awaited return to the big leagues after being sidelined since undergoing Tommy John surgery in April 2018. According to Acee, the Padres are expected to limit Lamet to around five innings in most of his starts this season to ease the strain on his surgically repaired right elbow.
Lamet (elbow) will make another rehab start Friday, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Lamet is nearly finished with the long process of recovering from last April's Tommy John surgery. His 30-day rehab window is nearly up, so he'll have a good shot to make an appearance in San Diego before the All-Star break.
Lamet (elbow) allowed a run on two hits and one walk while striking out eight over five innings in his rehab start Saturday with Triple-A El Paso.
Lamet pumped in only 44 of his 71 pitches for strikes, but didn't need to pepper the zone to find success in his second rehab start for El Paso and fifth overall. The right-hander appears on track to make one more appearance for El Paso before his 30-day rehab window closes, at which point he'll likely be reinstated from the 60-day injured list. The Padres haven't formally outlined their plans for Lamet, but he's likely ticketed for the big-league rotation after posting a 28.7 percent strikeout rate in 21 starts for the club in 2017 before undergoing Tommy John surgery last April.
Lamet (elbow) advanced his rehab to Triple-A El Paso on Sunday, allowing four runs on four hits and a walk while striking out four batters in five innings.
Lamet hasn't been great through four rehab starts, allowing 12 runs in 14 innings, though he does have 18 strikeouts. His rehab assignment will be up before the end of the month, though there's no guarantee he heads straight to the big leagues at that point.
Lamet (elbow) tossed four scoreless innings in his third rehab start Monday with High-A Lake Elsinore. He scattered three hits and a walk and struck out five.
Lamet pushed his pitch count up to 56 and threw 36 strikes. With Monday's outing representing his best statistical showing to date since he began the rehab assignment in late May, Lamet looks ready to move up to Triple-A El Paso for his next outing. Assuming Lamet's surgically repaired elbow continues to respond well as he ups his workload, he could be a candidate to join the San Diego rotation as soon as late June.
Lamet (elbow) will require at least one more rehab start at High-A Lake Elsinore before the Padres determine his next step, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
In his long road back from Tommy John surgery, Lamet made his second start for Lake Elsinore on Tuesday against Inland Empire. He pushed his pitch count up to 61 (36 strikes) in the outing, covering 2.1 innings and giving up five runs on five hits and three walks while striking out four. Despite his lackluster results through two rehab starts, Lamet fastball has been clocked as high as 98 miles per hour in both outings, leaving him confident with where he stands in his recovery. He could be an option for the San Diego rotation at some point later in June.
Lamet (elbow) will begin a minor-league rehab assignment with High-A Lake Elsinore on Wednesday.
Lamet has been pitching in extended spring training games for most of May, working up to three innings multiple times. The right-hander has been sidelined since undergoing Tommy John surgery in April of 2018, so he figures to require a handful of rehab starts before being cleared to rejoin the big-league rotation. The Padres are hoping to have Lamet back by the end of June.
Lamet pitched an inning in an extended spring training game Tuesday, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports.
The right-hander took a positive step as he works his way back from Tommy John surgery he underwent in 2018, as he reportedly showcased impressive velocity in this extended spring training appearance. "He's bigger, he's stronger, he's worked really hard," manager Andy Green said. "It's been really impressive how he's attacked his rehab." Although this was an encouraging sign for Lamet, he's still without a timetable for a return. He posted a 4.57 ERA and struck out 139 batters in 114.1 innings in 2017.
Lamet (elbow) threw a successful side session.
Lamet is making steady progress as he works his way back from Tommy John surgery. The right-hander was able to mix in changeups during his most recent session, while he threw his first slider from flat ground earlier in the week. Barring any setbacks, Lamet is hoping to return sometime this summer.
Lamet (elbow) was placed on the 60-day injured list.
This comes as no surprise, as Lamet is expected to remain sidelined until mid-summer while recovering from Tommy John surgery. The right-hander is reportedly progressing nicely in his recovery, though a more concrete timetable for his return likely won't emerge until he's further along in his rehab.
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|2016||AFA-Lake Elsinore Storm||7||1||2.35||12||12||0||0||0||65.0||56||17||17||4||4||26||54|
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|2016||AA-San Antonio Missions||5||7||3.39||14||14||0||0||0||74.1||57||32||28||2||2||31||91|
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