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NL West Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
37-25 8-2 W2
36-27 4-6 W1
32-30 5-5 W3
29-33 5-5 W1
26-38 2-8 L4

2023 Pitching

Innings Pitched
Earned Run Average
Base on Balls (Walk)
Regular Season 62 2 6 4.06 69 37

Top Blake Snell News

  • Padres' Blake Snell: Tosses six scoreless frames

    Snell (2-6) earned the win over the Cubs on Monday, allowing two hits and three walks while striking out eight batters over six scoreless innings.

    Snell didn't resolve his season-long command issues -- he handed out multiple free passes for the sixth straight outing -- but he yielded just two hits, both of which were singles. The left-hander also racked up 17 whiffs and fell one shy of his season high with eight strikeouts. Snell appears to be finding his groove, as he has posted back-to-back scoreless starts, during which he has surrendered just five hits and tallied 15 strikeouts over 12 innings. His ERA was up to 5.40 through May 19, but with three strong outings since then, it now stands at a much more respectable 4.06.

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  • Padres' Blake Snell: Solid in no-decision

    Snell did not factor into the decision Thursday, allowing one run on four hits and four walks over five innings against Washington. He struck out six.

    Snell wasn't at his best Thursday, but he was able to work through traffic, holding the Nats to one first-inning run while striking out six. It's certainly a step in the right direction for Snell after he allowed six runs in a loss to Boston in his previous outing. Still, it's been a tough start to the year for the left-hander -- he's 1-6 with a 5.04 ERA, 1.56 WHIP and 54:31 K:BB through 10 starts (50 innings). This was the fewest runs allowed for Snell in a start all season.

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  • Padres' Blake Snell: Takes sixth loss

    Snell (1-6) took the loss Friday, allowing six runs on five hits and two walks over four innings against the Red Sox. He struck out five.

    Snell continues to struggle, as he's currently on pace to have the worst season of his career with a 1.56 WHIP and 13.4 percent walk rate. This was also the former Ray's worst appearance of the season, ballooning his ERA from 4.61 to 5.40. The southpaw is tentatively slated to face the Nationals on the road in his next start.

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  • Padres' Blake Snell: Turns in quality outing

    Snell did not factor into the decision Friday, allowing two runs on four hits and four walks over six innings against the Dodgers. He struck out four.

    Snell is now starting to turn a corner after a rough start to the year. The southpaw has just a 3.50 ERA in the month of May, and this was just his second start of the year where he did not allow a home run. Fantasy managers can start to feel a bit more confident in him heading into his next tentative start against the Royals.

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  • Padres' Blake Snell: Tough-luck loss Saturday

    Snell (1-5) allowed two runs on a hit and three walks while striking out six over six innings, taking the loss Saturday versus the Dodgers.

    Snell was unlucky Saturday -- the only hit he surrendered was a two-run home run to Chris Taylor in the fourth inning. The Padres' offense mustered a mere one run on five hits and three walks. Snell's earned quality starts in his last two outings, but he's also given up at least one homer in six straight appearances. He's at a 4.89 ERA, 1.57 WHIP and 39:21 K:BB through 35 innings over seven starts this season. The southpaw is lined up for a rematch with the Dodgers in Los Angeles next week.

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  • Padres' Blake Snell: Earns first win

    Snell improved to 1-4 after allowing three runs on eight hits over six innings while striking out seven in Monday's 8-3 victory over the Reds.

    Snell coughed up a two-run double to Stuart Fairchild in the third inning followed by Nick Senzel's solo shot in the fourth. It was the fifth straight game in which Snell has given up at least one home run, but it was his first game of the season issuing zero free passes. The 30-year-old lefty forced 17 whiffs, his highest total since recording 19 in his season debut. He picked up his first win and lowered his season ERA to 5.28 alongside a 33:18 K:BB through 29 frames. Snell is currently lined up to face the Dodgers at home this weekend.

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  • Padres' Blake Snell: Remains winless with loss to Cubs

    Snell (0-4) took the loss Tuesday, allowing two runs on four hits and five walks over five innings against the Cubs. He struck out five.

    Snell once again was unable to pick up a win, but that had more to do with the lack of offense behind him than how he pitched against the Cubs on Tuesday. The southpaw allowed a two-run homer to Yan Gomes in the second inning, but Snell was able to keep Chicago off the board from that point on. Unfortunately for him and the Padres, the San Diego offense was unable to reach the scoreboard against Justin Steele and the Cubs' bullpen. Control was once again an issue for Snell even in a solid outing, as he has walked at least three batters in four consecutive starts and issued 18 overall free passes in 23 innings.

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  • Padres' Blake Snell: Loses third game in four starts

    Snell (0-3) took the loss Tuesday, allowing two runs on three hits and three walks over five innings in a 8-1 loss against Atlanta. He struck out five.

    Snell had his best outing of the young season, but the Padres' lack of run support led to him taking another loss. The southpaw gave up his lowest run and hit totals of the year, a welcome sight for fantasy managers. However, the eight-year veteran hasn't pitched more than five innings in a game this year, and he has given up multiple runs in each start.

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  • Padres' Blake Snell: Control issues Wednesday

    Snell (0-2) took the loss Wednesday, giving up four runs (three earned) on six hits and five walks over five-plus innings as the Padres fell 5-2 to the Mets. He struck out five.

    The southpaw threw only 53 of 100 pitches for strikes, and after issuing free passes to Jeff McNeil and Tommy Pham to lead off the bottom of the sixth inning, Snell got the hook. The 30-year-old has a 6.92 ERA and 16:10 K:BB through three starts and 13 innings to kick off the season, and he'll need to find the plate more often if he's going to trim down his ratios. Snell will try to get on track in his next outing, likely to come early next week at home against Atlanta.

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  • Padres' Blake Snell: Can't get out of fourth inning

    Snell pitched 3.2 innings against Atlanta on Thursday, allowing four runs on six hits and four walks while striking out two batters. He did not factor in the decision.

    Snell gave up a single run in each of the first and third innings, but a Matt Carpenter three-run homer in the top of the fourth staked him to a 3-2 lead. The left-hander was unable to hold that advantage, however, as he allowed five batters to reach base -- the final three by walk -- in the bottom of the frame before being forced to exit. Control has long been an issue for Snell, and he's off to a poor start in that regard this season with five walks over his first eight innings. He's also given up seven earned runs, and though his strikeout potential is tantalizing, he's not going to be able to go very deep into games if he's unable to get the free passes under control.

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  • Padres' Blake Snell: Fans nine in Opening Day loss

    Snell (0-1) took the loss Thursday against the Rockies, allowing three runs on six hits and one walk over 4.1 innings. He struck out nine.

    Snell's season debut echoed a trend for him in recent campaigns -- he struck out plenty of batters but threw so many pitches (93) that he was unable to go deep into the game. To the left-hander's credit, he issued just one walk, and two of the three runs against him came after he departed the contest. Snell should be a great source of punchouts again this season as long as he stays healthy, but he hasn't posted an ERA better than 3.24 or a WHIP better than 1.20 since his Cy Young 2018 campaign.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-4, 200 lbs
Birthplace: Seattle, WA
Age: 30
Experience: 6
Bats/Throws: L, L