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Joe Musgrove pitched seven shutout innings on Thursday, allowing just three hits and one walk while striking out 11.
Unlike the rest of the Padres rotation, Musgrove has continued to excel after the all-star break as he lowers his ERA to 2.94 on the year. His next start will be against Oakland next week.
Joe Musgrove went six innings on Friday, allowing two earned runs on six hits and one walk. He also struck out four batters.
Musgrove's ERA is now at 3.13 on the year and earned his sixth win. His next start will likely come against Colorado next weekend.
Joe Musgrove allowed eight hits and two walks, totalling four earned runs across his five innings of work. He managed three strikeouts on the day.
That marks four straight starts Musgrove failed to get past the fifth inning, which is certainly signs for concern. While he has just a 3.14 ERA on the season as a whole, he has a 7.36 ERA in those last four starts. If you're a believer in Musgrove, your buy-low window may be open right now.
Joe Musgrove went just 4.1 innings, allowing two runs (one earned) on five hits and two walks. He did salvage his day with six strikeouts.
Musgrove has struggled to pitch deep in ball games as of late, but all in all he has had an impressive first half of the season. He has a 2.93 ERA with 116 strikeouts over 98.1 innings thus far in 2021.
Joe Musgrove gave up seven hits and one walk through his five innings of work, totalling up five earned runs in the process. He did manage to strike out four batters though.
This is another so-so start for Musgrove, who has struggled to get batters out in two-strike counts as of late. He'll look to improve upon that when he takes on Colorado this weekend.