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San Diego Padres SP Joe Musgrove pitched seven innings on Saturday, striking out four, walking three, and allowing four hits for zero earned runs in the Padres' 2-1 win over the Giants.
Musgrove has been exactly what the Padres have needed this year as the team has lacked a true ace the last few years. The starting pitcher continues to carry a perfect record of 5-0 and has a strong ERA of 1.90 making him one of the best pitchers in baseball at the moment, as well as a set and forget type of pitcher right now.
Joe Musgrove was not as sharp Sunday, but still managed to earn another quality start. He tossed six innings, allowing three runs (two earned) on four hits and three walks, while striking out six.
Musgrove saw his ERA jump to a whopping 2.20 with his performance against the Braves Sunday. He stays 4-0 as the game was tied into the 10th inning when the Padres burst out for a 7-3 victory.
Joe Musgrove pitched seven strong innings on Sunday, holding the Marlins to two runs on five hits and a walk. He struck out eight batters in the process.
The Padres righty was on the hook for the loss, despite the solid outing. That all changed when Jorge Alfaro hit a walk-off three run home run. Musgrove has been one of the best pitchers in baseball so far this season and has shown no signs of slowing down.
Padres starting pitcher Joe Musgrove was sharp again Sunday, picking up his fourth win of the season. He went seven strong innings, allowing one earned run on seven hits without a walk, and struck out eight.
Musgrove was very efficient today, only needing 92 pitches to throw seven full innings, despite the eight K's. He lowered his ERA to 1.97 and is beginning to look like the pitcher many thought he would be last year.
Joe Musgrove picked up another win, improving to 3-0 on the young season. He pitched six innings allowing five runs to score. However, only two were earned, giving him the quality start.
Musgrove's ERA now stands at a stellar 2.16 through four starts, having earned a quality start in each one. The Padres righty was not nearly as sharp in this one, as he allowed seven hits and a walk, only striking out four batters. But fantasy managers will still happily take a win and quality start. Next on tap for Musgrove is a road start at Pittsburgh this weekend.