Below is an advertisement.

Probable Pitchers

San Diego Padres @ Arizona Diamondbacks

, Chase Field
Clayton Richard, LHP
  • Last 3 starts
  • x
    Clayton Richard, last 3 starts
  • Regular season
  • x
    Clayton Richard, regular season
  • Last 5 years vs. ARI hitters
  • x ...loading
    Clayton Richard, last 5 years vs. ARI
    HitterAVGABHRRBI
Career stats

The veteran left-hander is looking to put a cap on a fantastic stint in San Diego this season, after he was designated by the Cubs in late July. In 10 appearances for San Diego, Richard owns a 2.01 ERA and a 63 percent ground-ball rate.

Archie Bradley, RHP
  • Last 3 starts
  • x
    Archie Bradley, last 3 starts
  • Regular season
  • x
    Archie Bradley, regular season
  • Last 5 years vs. SD hitters
  • x ...loading
    Archie Bradley, last 5 years vs. SD
    HitterAVGABHRRBI
Career stats

Bradley is coming off a disappointing outing against the Nationals where he allowed four runs and lasted just 3 2/3 innings. He faced the Padres before that and did well, giving up two runs over five innings.

Back To Top

San Diego Padres @ Arizona Diamondbacks

, Chase Field
Paul Clemens, RHP
  • Last 3 starts
  • x
    Paul Clemens, last 3 starts
  • Regular season
  • x
    Paul Clemens, regular season
  • Last 5 years vs. ARI hitters
  • x ...loading
    Paul Clemens, last 5 years vs. ARI
    HitterAVGABHRRBI
Career stats

In his past three starts, Clemens has turned things around, having allowed just three runs (one earned) over 15 2/3 frames. But he’s still searching for length and hasn’t completed the sixth inning yet this season.

Matt Koch, RHP
  • Last 3 starts
  • x
    Matt Koch, last 3 starts
  • Regular season
  • x
    Matt Koch, regular season
  • Last 5 years vs. SD hitters
  • x ...loading
    Matt Koch, last 5 years vs. SD
    HitterAVGABHRRBI
Career stats

Koch was impressive in his first big league start against the Nats on Monday, when he opened the game with five no-hit innings. He is making a case to be in the rotation come next spring.

Back To Top