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Padres' Chris Paddack: Quality start in loss

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.

Padres P Chris Paddack, Mets’ Pete Alonso to meet again

The Padres will go for a series win Sunday afternoon in San Diego. The New York Mets will be seeking a split of the four-game set. And Padres right-hander Chris Paddack and Mets first baseman Pete Alonso likely will meet in a rematch of one of the stranger showdowns of the 2019 season.

Chris Paddack struggles on Monday

Chris Paddack gave up five earned runs in four-and-one-third innings pitched in the Padres' loss to the Cubs on Monday. Paddack struck out six and walked one in the outing. After pitching well for most of May, Paddack reverted back to his April ways in Chicago on Monday. Paddack had three consecutive starts giving up only one earned run leading up to Monday's start, but Paddack didn't last long in Chicago, giving up three home runs in his four-and-one-third innings of work. Paddack has looked good enough in May to be prove he still carries decent fantasy value, but his inconsistency this year makes him a matchup dependent starter for the foreseeable future.

Padres' Chris Paddack: Allows three homers, five runs

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.

Chris Paddack looks to be back, better for Padres

MILWAUKEE — Chris Paddack is neither back nor new. He said after a start in Arizona at the end of last month that, despite the results, “I know I’m a better pitcher than I was in 2019. … We’re coming out of this hole we dug ourselves in, and I’m excited to see what the other end looks like.”

Fantasy Baseball Today: Luis Castillo looks broken, good signs for Chris Paddack, Jacob deGrom returning

Happy Monday, everybody! Hope you had a great weekend. While offense remains down overall this season, we have seen it tick up in May. Just this weekend we had 10 different multi-homer games, with two of those coming from the same player: Austin Riley. The breakout appears to be real as Riley is now batting .320 with nine home runs and a .963 OPS. While he's slowly been added across leagues the past few weeks, 77% roster rate is still too low. Make sure to add Riley if he's available in any shallower formats.

Padres' Chris Paddack: Allows only two hits

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...

Padres' Chris Paddack: Cruises to easy win

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.

Chris Paddack, Padres look to stay hot in series vs. Mariners

Is May 21 too soon to be watching the scoreboard in a full, 162-game baseball season?. Because the San Diego Padres might also be taking a peek at what is happening up the coast this weekend as they host the Seattle Mariners. The Padres have already played 16 games against...

Padres' Chris Paddack: Pitches well in four-inning start

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.

Chris Paddack pitches 3.0 scoreless innings on Sunday

Despite only going three innings on Sunday, Paddack looked the best he has all year in the Padres win. His velocity was up, and he was using his fastball effectively throughout the short outing. Paddack's ERA is still at 4.78 on the year, so he'll need a few more starts like this to get his numbers back down to where most fantasy managers expect them to be. Paddack is still a matchup dependent starter in most formats for now, but fantasy managers who have Paddack rostered should be cautiously optimistic after what he showed on Sunday.

Padres reinstate righty Chris Paddack from COVID IL for Sunday start

The Padres are reinstating right-hander Chris Paddack from the COVID-19 injured list to start Sunday’s game against the Giants, the team announced. To create 40-man roster space, outfielder Jorge Oña was transferred to the 60-day IL. Oña underwent arthroscopic elbow surgery earlier this week and is expected to be out for six to eight weeks. Reliever Nabil Crismatt was optioned to clear active roster space.

Padres' Chris Paddack: No-decision in short outing

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...
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Padres' Chris Paddack: Activated for Sunday's start

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.

Padres' Chris Paddack: May return Sunday

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 would face any limitations if cleared to start Sunday's series finale.