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Padres' Joe Musgrove: Strong in no-decision

Musgrove allowed a run on six hits and a hit batsman while striking out four over seven innings in a no-decision versus the Giants on Tuesday. Musgrove pitched well enough to win, but Josh Hader blew the save. The poor luck extended Musgrove's winless streak to eight straight starts, though Tuesday's outing counted as his fourth quality start in that span. The right-hander owns a 2.91 ERA, 1.02 WHIP and 124:28 K:BB through 127 innings across 20 starts this year. He's projected for a favorable road start in Miami in what will likely be a two-start week.
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Colorado Rockies game no. 108 thread: Kyle Freeland vs. Joe Musgrove

The San Diego Padres (61-46) are -275 favorites on the money line this afternoon, per BetMGM. That is one of the highest-favored marks of the 2022 MLB season. After defeats of 1-4, 5-13, 2-3 and 1-9 to begin this series, the Colorado Rockies (46-61) are at risk of a five-game sweep. We are just hours removed from the momentous Padres debut of Juan Soto, Josh Bell and Brandon Drury, and judging by how the series has gone so far, the Rockies can’t leave San Diego fast enough.
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Padres' Joe Musgrove: Takes loss Thursday

Musgrove (8-5) allowed six earned runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out six across 4.2 innings to take the loss Thursday against the Rockies. Musgrove gave up four earned runs -- including a three-run homer to Ryan McMahon -- in the fifth inning and turned in his shortest outing of the campaign. Some regression was inevitable, but Musgrove has now allowed four or more earned runs in three of his last four starts -- translating to a 7.29 ERA. Despite the bumpy stretch, Musgrove has a 3.00 ERA and 120:28 K:BB across 120 frames on the season.
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Padres, Joe Musgrove agree to five-year, $100 million contract extension

The San Diego Padres and All-Star right-hander Joe Musgrove have agreed to a five-year contract extension worth $100 million, reports CBS Sports HQ's Jim Bowden. Musgrove grew up in San Diego and in April 2021 pitched the franchise's first no-hitter. He was originally scheduled to become a free agent this offseason.

Padres Sign SP Joe Musgrove to 5-Year, $100 Million Extension

All-star pitcher Joe Musgrove will call San Diego home for the foreseeable future. According to Jon Heyman of the New York Post, the Padres have signed Musgrove to a five-year, $100 million extension. An impending free agent, the deal keeps the 29-year-old in San Diego through the 2027 campaign. Acquired...
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Happy at Home: Joe Musgrove, San Diego Padres Agree to Contract Extension

Sometimes, a story just writes itself. This is one of those times, and it's a darn fine story, indeed. Joe Musgrove threw the first no-hitter in Padres franchise history. He'll have about 160 more chances to throw another one in the brown and gold. The Grossmont High School alum and the Padres have agreed to a 5-year contract extension worth a reported $100 million that will keep the home town kid around through 2027.

Padres and Joe Musgrove agree on 5-year, $100M deal

Times have certainly changed in San Diego in regards to the Padres. The same franchise that flat-out refused to once sign hometown hero Adrian Gonzalez (Eastlake High School) to an extension, signed Joe Musgrove (Grossmont High School) to a five-year contract. The value of the deal is $100 million as Musgrove took a bit of a hometown discount. The right-handed pitcher probably would have received more on the open market. Former Astros teammate Charlie Morton is earning the same amount per year, at $20 million. At the same time, pitchers like Madison Bumgarner ($23 million per year) and Zack Wheeler ($26 million) make significantly more per season.