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Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 46415.5 181.0 10 7 184 42 2.93 1.08
2021 444.513.9 181.3 11 9 203 54 3.18 1.08
3y Avg. 323.514.1 134.0 7 7 147 37 3.16 1.10
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Tosses in 'B' game

    Musgrove (toe) threw 65 pitches over four innings in a 'B' game Monday, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Musgrove tossed a simulated game last Wednesday, but the batters he faced in that outing weren't allowed to swing. That wasn't the case in Monday's 'B' game, and the injured hurler even tested his toe by covering first base on an out. Though Musgrove will open the regular season on the injured list, he said Monday that the toe he fractured in a weight room accident "is the least of my concerns" and added that his focus now is on "executing pitches and getting the feel right." Musgrove is next expected to pitch in a minor-league contest Saturday, and all signs point to him being ready to come off the IL and return to the Padres as soon as he is eligible.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Will begin season on injured list

    Musgrove (toe) will begin the season on the injured list but is targeting a return April 11 against the Mets or April 16 against the Brewers, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Musgrove broke his toe in the weight room at the end of February. Initial reports said that he'd miss at least two regular-season starts, and while he's been pursuing an aggressive timeline which seemed to give him a shot at avoiding the injured list and debuting April 6, the Padres have evidently decided not to risk it. He pitched in a simulated game Wednesday and will pitch in a minor-league contest Monday, but he's back on his original timeline and will wind up missing at least two turns in the rotation.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Tosses sim game Wednesday

    Musgrove (toe) threw three innings in a simulated game Wednesday, AJ Cassavell of reports. Musgrove threw to batters who weren't allowed to swing, as the pitcher is recovering from a fractured left toe and hasn't yet reached a point where the team is comfortable with him fielding his position. Nonetheless, this was a positive step for the right-hander. He'll almost certainly miss his first start of the campaign, but it's possible he could be ready to pitch by the second turn through the rotation.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Sim game on tap

    Musgrove (toe) is throwing a simulated game Wednesday in Padres camp, Bob Scanlan of Bally Sports San Diego reports. Musgrove will be facing non-swinging hitters, but it's another step in the right direction as he recovers from a fractured left big toe. The standing belief is that Musgrove could be ready to join the Padres' starting rotation April 6 at Atlanta. If he does meet that timeline, he'll prove to be a terrific value in fantasy drafts that have taken place over the last handful of weeks. Musgrove suffered the injury in a weight room incident Feb. 27.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Throws bullpen session

    Musgrove (toe) threw a bullpen session Saturday, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports. Musgrove broke his left big toe at the end of February and was originally expected to be shut down from throwing for at least two weeks. He's ahead of schedule, however, as he resumed throwing on flat ground Wednesday and is now throwing bullpens three days later. Per Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune, he's targeting a season debut against Atlanta on April 6. Whether or not he can hit that aggressive timetable is not yet clear.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Resumes throwing

    Musgrove (toe) threw on flat ground Wednesday, AJ Cassavell of reports. Musgrove didn't land on his left foot in order to protect his fractured big toe. He has been able to put some weight on the toe, however, and said he didn't feel any discomfort while doing so. Musgrove has been spending time in a hyperbaric chamber every day since suffering the injury in an attempt to speed up the recovery process. The initial projection has Musgrove missing at least his first two regular-season starts.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Taking steps to shorten absence

    Musgrove has been lying in a hyperbaric chamber every day in an attempt to recover more quickly from his fractured left big toe, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Tribune reports. The idea behind the treatment is that the pressurized chamber may help Musgrove's body create stem cells to promote healing, and the hurler has also been sticking to a special diet aimed at aiding in his recovery. There's certainly no guarantee that the measures will speed up Musgrove's return to the mound, but the right-hander explained that he's willing to "try anything...even if it knocks a day or two off." While the pitcher's determination is certainly admirable, fantasy managers shouldn't count on it resulting in an adjustment to the initial projection of him missing about two starts. Musgrove acknowledged the need to be wise about rushing back too quickly, stating, "I know that I gotta build up and they're gonna do it the right way -- missing a start or two now to not have to deal with it for the rest of year."
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Will miss at least two starts

    Musgrove (toe) is expected to miss at least two regular-season starts, Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Musgrove will be shut down from throwing for at least two weeks after fracturing his left big toe when he dropped a kettle ball on his foot while working out. When exactly he'll be ready to rejoin the Padres' rotation seems like an open-ended question, as he'll surely need additional X-rays to see how the bone is healing. The Padres had been leaning toward going with a six-man rotation at the start of the season, but those plans are now up in the air.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Won't throw for at least two weeks

    Padres manager Bob Melvin said Tuesday that Musgrove (toe) won't be able to resume throwing for a minimum of two weeks, AJ Cassavell of reports. Musgrove suffered a left big toe fracture during a weight room mishap Monday. He's going to work with the Padres' training staff to keep his arm strong throughout the healing process, but the toe injury is obviously a significant setback that will make it difficult for him to be ready for the start of the regular season. He'll almost certainly be placed on the 15-day injured list ahead of Opening Day and could wind up missing most -- or all -- of the first month of meaningful games.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Fractures toe in weight room mishap

    Musgrove suffered a fractured left big toe during a weight room incident Monday, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports. A timeline for Musgrove's return isn't known yet, but this will certainly lead to him beginning the season on the injured list. It's obviously a big blow to the Padres and to fantasy managers who have used a pick on Musgrove in early drafts. San Diego had been slated to start the season with a six-man rotation and still conceivably could, although it's possible this news might change its plans.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Tosses bullpen despite oral surgery

    Musgrove had four wisdom teeth removed Tuesday but still threw a bullpen session Wednesday, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. The tooth extractions apparently went smoothly given Musgrove's ability to stay on schedule with his bullpen session the following day. The right-hander also received a platelet-rich plasma injection to treat a lingering left knee issue in the offseason, per Acee, but the hurler appears to be healthy as he prepares to take up the No. 2 spot in San Diego's rotation behind Yu Darvish.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Takes loss in Game 3

    Musgrove pitched 5.2 innings and took the loss during Friday's 4-2 defeat to the Phillies in Game 3 of the NLCS, allowing four runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out five. Musgrove had a nightmare start to Game 3, giving up a leadoff homer to Kyle Schwarber in the first inning and walking the next two hitters, but he was able to escape the first with just one run allowed. The 29-year-old struggled with preventing hard contact Friday -- five of the eight hits he allowed were extra-base hits. Musgrove was pulled in the seventh after allowing back-to-back doubles by Alec Bohm and Nick Castellanos, ending his night with the most runs he has allowed in a start since early September. After quality starts against the Mets and Dodgers in the postseason, Musgrove looked primed to pitch well against the Phillies, but he underperformed Friday. His chances of pitching again in 2022 are up in the air as the Padres trail 2-1 in the series.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Outstanding in postseason tuneup

    Musgrove pitched six scoreless innings against San Francisco on Monday, allowing two hits and two walks while striking out seven batters. He did not factor in the decision. Musgrove got no offensive support while he was in the contest -- all seven of San Diego's runs came in the eighth inning, after the starter departed -- but he was nonetheless in fine form in his final start of the regular season. The right-hander finished the campaign with a flourish, giving up just one earned run while posting a 27:8 K:BB across 22 innings over his final four starts. Musgrove's second campaign in San Diego was even better than his first, as he compiled a career-best 2.93 ERA and 1.08 WHIP along with 10 wins and a 184:42 K:BB over 181 frames. He'll likely get Game 3 (if necessary) in the Padres' upcoming wild-card series.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Walks four but allows no runs

    Musgrove did not factor in the decision against the Dodgers on Wednesday, pitching five scoreless innings during which he allowed four hits and four walks while striking out eight batters. Musgrove wasn't at his sharpest in the outing, as he needed 106 pitches to get through five frames and tied a season high with four walks. He twice loaded the bases and allowed at least one baserunner in all but one of his innings, but he managed to escape without surrendering any runs. Musgrove has now given up just one run over his past three starts covering 16 innings, lowering his season ERA to 3.03. That's on pace to be the best of his career, and he can tie his single-season high mark in wins with a victory in his final start of the regular season next week.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Five good innings in no-decision

    Musgrove allowed a run on five hits and two walks while striking out four in five innings in a 5-4 loss Thursday against St. Louis. He did not factor into the decision. Musgrove allowed two baserunners in each of the first two innings but managed to get out of each without a run scoring. The lone run came on a Lars Nootbaar solo homer in the fifth. He was removed after throwing just 72 pitches with the Padres leading 3-1. Homers have been a bit of an issue for him since the All-Star break, as he's allowed 13 long balls in 66 innings after allowing nine in 99 first-half frames. His next start will likely be in the middle of next week against the Dodgers.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Submits six scoreless frames

    Musgrove (10-7) earned the win during Saturday's 2-0 victory against Arizona, allowing four hits while striking out eight in six scoreless innings. Musgrove spread the damage evenly, not permitting more than one baserunner in any frame, and fell in line for the win once San Diego took the lead in the fourth inning. He hadn't allowed fewer than three runs in his last four starts, during which he surrendered 17 runs (13 earned) in 20 innings. Additionally, the eight strikeouts Saturday are Musgrove's second highest total in his last 13 turns while the win was his second in his last 15. Musgrove carries a 3.16 ERA into his next start, scheduled to come next weekend in Colorado.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Surrenders four runs in loss

    Musgrove (9-7) took the loss during Sunday's 11-2 defeat at the hands of the Dodgers, allowing four runs on six hits and one walk with five strikeouts in 5.1 innings. Musgrove cruised through four scoreless frames but encountered trouble thereafter, surrendering a pair of solo homers in the fifth inning and permitting four baserunners and two runs in the sixth before departing. The 29-year-old fired 57 of 77 pitches for strikes, with a healthy 11 of the swinging variety, but has struggled through two September starts, allowing nine runs and 18 baserunners across 9.2 innings. Musgrove carries a 3.28 ERA and 1.09 WHIP into his next start, scheduled to come next weekend in Arizona.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Shaky in Tuesday's outing

    Musgrove allowed five runs (four earned) on nine hits and two walks while striking out three over 4.1 innings in a no-decision versus the Diamondbacks on Tuesday. Musgrove snapped a seven-start streak of allowing a home run in his last outing, but the Diamondbacks had no trouble teeing off on him this time. All three of the homers he allowed were solo shots, and he was let off the hook for the loss as the Padres rallied for a walkoff win. Musgrove now has a 3.16 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 152:33 K:BB through 153.2 innings this year, though he's posted a 4.70 ERA across seven starts since the beginning of August. He's projected to make his next outing at home versus the Dodgers this weekend.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: First win since June 16

    Musgrove (9-6) allowed three earned runs on three hits and two walks while striking out 11 across 6.2 innings to earn the win Wednesday against the Giants. Musgrove allowed only one run through six innings, but he allowed the first three batters he faced to reach base in the seventh frame to account for the majority of the damage. Nevertheless, it was a positive outing for Musgrove, as he earned his first win since June 16 and recorded double-digit strikeouts for the first time since June 30. For the season, he owns a 3.01 ERA and 149:31 K:BB across 149.1 innings for the season.
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  • Padres' Joe Musgrove: Allows eight hits

    Musgrove did not factor into the decision against the Royals on Friday, allowing five runs (two earned) on eight hits while striking out two and walking one over 3.2 innings. Musgrove allowed five runs Friday, but he was credited with only two earned runs due to two errors in a four-run, five-hit fourth inning. The five-run game comes off the heels of three consecutive quality starts where he had 16 total strikeouts. His ERA moved up slightly from 2.91 to 2.96 after the game.
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