SP - SD
Blake Snell managed to go just four innings on Wednesday, allowing seven earned runs on seven hits and four walks while striking out just one batter.
Snell continued to struggle with his command in this one. He often put himself in tough counts which simply made it harder for him to get going. Snell's ERA is now at 5.44 on the year and is no longer a player that needs to be rostered.
Blake Snell pitched six innings, allowing just one earned run on three hits and three walks while striking out eight.
Snell continues to struggle with control this season, although he has improved upon his strikeout ability over the course of the year. His next start will likely come against Oakland next week.
The expectation is that Padres LHP Blake Snell (illness) will rejoin the team's rotation on Saturday against the Nationals.
Snell has had some trouble with food poisoning as of late, but the 28-year-old appears to ready to rock and roll for Saturday's start. Fantasy managers might want to take a wait-and-see approach before reactivating him into lineups, though.
Blake Snell (stomach illness) is schedule to join the team in Washington following the mid-summer classic.
Snell was placed on the injured list retroactive to July 6th, with the team hoping to slot the left-hander back into the rotation for the first series following the All-Star break. The 28-year-old is 3-3 in 2021 with a 4.99 ERA.
Padres LHP Blake Snell was scratched from Friday’s start against the Rockies and placed on the 10-day IL.
Snell is still dealing with food poisoning so the team will have him rest through the All-Star break. Fantasy managers are encouraged to stash him if able.