Astros' Brad Peacock (shoulder) won't be ready for Opening Day
Houston Astros starting pitcher Brad Peacock will not be ready for Opening Day, according to manager Dusty Baker.
Peacock is dealing with a right shoulder injury - the same location that ended his 2019 season early. It's unclear exactly how severe the ailment is, as the only reports are that he has soreness there. But if one thing is certain, it's that an injured list stint is likely in Peacock's near future.
Our models currently project Peacock for a 4.40 ERA with a 1.24 WHIP, 25 strikeouts and 8 walks across 22.5 innings pitched this season.
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