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1 week agoHouston Astros starting pitcher Brad Peacock (neck) suffered a recurrence of the nerve damage in his neck. He is back throwing from 90 feet, but it's a setback to his throwing program and could blow his chances of winning the No. 5 rotation spot to start the regular season. Peacock had a decent 4.12 ERA and 1.19 WHIP while striking out 96 and walking 31 in 23 outings (15 starts) over 91 2/3 frames for the 'Stros in 2019. He's made 20-plus starts in his eight big league seasons only twice, but he's a valuable swingman for Houston and hadn't had an ERA over 4.00 prior to 2019 since 2015. The right-hander can be a really nice DFS or deep league streamer when he's making starts, but there's a good chance now that he'll open the season in the bullpen.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: Houston Chronicle - Chandler Rome
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