Tyson Ross P SD 10 Hrs

Tyson Ross struck out seven while allowing one run over six innings in a victory over the Cardinals on Tuesday.

Ross put himself in several bad spots with unforced errors, but managed to miss bats when he needed to, negating five walks and four hits. The right-hander came into this game with a 1.03 ERA in July, the NL's best mark, and he just completed his first career three-start win streak. Ross is riding the majors' second best groundball percentage (behind Dallas Keuchel) and better than a strikeout per inning into a breakout season. The first-time All-Star brings a 10-10 record and 2.60 ERA into a start versus the Braves this weekend.

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Tyson Ross was masterful on Thursday, allowing just one run in six innings in a win as the Padres routed the Cubs.

With 11 punch-outs, Ross joined the double-digit strikeout club for the first time this season and for just the second time in his career. The right-hander relented the one run when Luis Valbuena singled in Anthony Rizzo in the fourth. Overall, Ross allowed five hits and walked one. Now with a 2.65 ERA, a 1.16 WHIP, and a 143/47 K/BB ratio, the All-Star will take on the Cardinals at home in his next start.

Tyson Ross P SD 10 Days

All-Star Tyson Ross allowed four hits over seven innings and combined with three relievers Saturday on a 6-0 shutout of the Mets.

Ross is 3-0 with a no-decision in four starts this season in which he's allowed no runs. He's 3-2 when he allows one run, 1-2 when he allows two runs and 1-6 when he allows at least three runs. The six runs the Padres scored tonight were the most they've gotten in a Ross start since May 15.

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Tyson Ross struck out nine while allowing one run over seven innings but he was the unlucky loser against the Dodgers on Sunday.

Ross showed off his All-Star form, limiting the Dodgers to one run on six hits and a walk, but his offense failed him yet again. The right-hander is now 7-10 while owning a 2.85 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 126/43 K/BB ratio over 129 2/3 innings. Record aside, Ross arrived in the first half, and the second half should further solidify his place as one of the league's better starters.

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Tyson Ross tossed his first major league shutout Wednesday in the Padres' 3-0 defeat of the Reds.

Ross was fantastic, yielding just three hits and zero walks while striking out nine Cincinnati hitters. The 27-year-old right-hander now boasts a 2.93 ERA and 111 strikeouts in 116 2/3 innings this season for San Diego. He'll try to stay hot next week at Coors Field. The Padres have suddenly won four games in a row.

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Tyson Ross was blasted for five runs on seven hits over five innings in a 5-1 loss to the Mariners on Monday.

Ross, who walked seven and struck out six, should be given credit for completing five innings after it looked like he might not get out of the second. A three-run Seattle first inning was punctuated by Kyle Seager's two-run homer, and in a two-run second, Brad Miller corked a solo long fly. Ross settled in from there, saving the bullpen three innings of work in a game San Diego was clearly going to lose (a five-run deficit with the Padres' offense is as futile as trying to make a cross-country road trip on one tank of gas). The right-hander entered this evening 2-0 with a 2.16 ERA over his previous four road outings. He'd also posted a 1.78 ERA in four 2014 interleague starts this year. It was a good fantasy matchup gone awry. Ross welcomes the Dodgers to San Diego on Saturday.

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Tyson Ross got the no-decision, shutting the Phillies out over seven innings as the Padres lost 3-0 on Wednesday.

Ross bounced back nicely from his last bumpy start against the Nationals. The right-hander held the Phillies to four hits (all singles) and a walk while striking out seven. Quietly, Ross has put together a nice season, now holding a 2.97 ERA with a 1.25 WHIP and a 84/33 K/BB ratio in 88 innings. He'll get the Mariners on the road in his next outing.

Tyson Ross P SD 2 Months

Tyson Ross gave up six runs -- five earned -- in 5 1/3 innings Friday in a loss to the Nationals.

Ross's own error led to the unearned run. He struck out seven in the contest, but he walked three, hit a batter and threw a wild pitch, making this one of his sloppiest outings of the season.

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Tyson Ross allowed two runs (one earned) over six innings in a 4-2 win over the White Sox on Saturday.

Ross was knocked around for five runs (four earned) over five innings last time out, but he bounced back nicely in this one. After an up-and-down April, the 27-year-old posted a 2.06 ERA over six starts in May. Ross has allowed 10 unearned runs this season, so he hasn't been quite as good as his ERA indicates, but he's still been very valuable in mixed leagues.

Tyson Ross P SD 2 Months

Tyson Ross yielded five runs -- four earned -- on nine hits over five innings in a no-decision against the Diamondbacks on Monday.

He whiffed four and didn't issue a free pass. The right-hander surrendered exactly one run over seven innings in four straight starts, slashing his ERA from 3.68 to 2.64. He also entered having struck out eight in three straight starts. This was obviously a disappointing showing from one of the most added pitchers in fantasy baseball over the past few weeks, but you can't really pull the plug after one dud performance. Ross toes the rubber on the road on Sunday against the White Sox.