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38 Tyson Ross SP
Height/Weight: 6-5/223 | Birthdate: 4/22/1987 | Birthplace: Berkeley, CA | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: San Diego | College: California | MLB Experience: 6 | Salary: $500,500 | Owned/Started%: 94/51 | Average Draft Position: 82.11
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Padres SP Tyson Ross throws spotty outing, gets no-decision


by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(7/2/2015) Padres starting pitcher Tyson Ross wasn't impressive during his outing on Thursday against the Cardinals.

Ross allowed three runs on four hits in six innings of work, but tied a season-high with five walks. He did manage to strike out six batters, though his command wasn't always present during the outing.

With a solo home run in fifth inning, Ross provided himself some run support. The long ball was his first of the season.

Ross now has a 3.63 ERA 101 2/3 innings this season.


Padres SP Tyson Ross improves to 5-7 with win on Friday


by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
(6/27/2015) Right-hander Tyson Ross had another solid outing on Friday, as the Padres defeated the Diamondbacks 4-2 on Friday. Ross limited Arizona to two runs on two hits over six innings. He struck out seven, though he did walk five batters on the evening. He threw 99 pitches, with 55 going for strikes.

Both runs Ross gave up on Friday came in the third inning on a two-run single by Paul Goldschmidt. But the Padres offense was able to get Ross off the hook, as he earned his fifth win of the season. 

Aside from a five-run outing on June 15, Ross has been strong this month. Taking out that June 15 start, Ross has allowed seven earned runs over 26 innings pitched. Overall, his season ERA sits at 3.57.


Padres SP Tyson Ross strikes out nine in complete game


by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(6/21/2015) Padres starting pitcher Tyson Ross threw a complete game against the Diamondbacks on Saturday.

Ross picked up his fourth win of the season with the complete game performance. He allowed just one earned run on four hits while striking out nine batters.

Ross (4-7) has a 3.71 ERA with 98 strikeouts and 43 walks in 89 2/3 innings this season.


Padres SP Tyson Ross allows four runs in Monday's loss


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(6/16/2015) Padres pitcher Tyson Ross was not effective with his command during Monday's 9-1 loss to the Athletics.

Ross walked five batters while allowing seven hits, which led to four runs over five innings of work. He struck out six during the outing. Ross (3-7) now has a 4.02 ERA on the season.

Ross has not pitched past the sixth inning in his last five starts and he is 1-3 during that time. He has earned a quality start in three of those starts. His next expected start is scheduled for Saturday at Arizona.


Padres P Tyson Ross gives up 3 runs in loss


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(6/10/2015) Padres pitcher Tyson Ross gave up three earned runs in Wednesday night’s 4-1 loss to the Braves.

Braves batters recorded nine hits against Ross, which is the second-most he’s surrendered in a game this season. Ross walked two batters and struck out five. Though he earned a loss, he’s still yet to give up more than four runs in a game.

Ross’ game puts his ERA at 3.81 this season.

His next start is projected for June 15 against the Athletics.


Padres SP Tyson Ross goes five innings, picks up win on Friday


by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
(6/5/2015) Tyson Ross was abled to pick up his third win of the season, as the Padres topped the Reds 6-2 on Friday. Ross lasted five innings, allowing two runs on five hits. He walked three and struck out seven.

Ross labored in this one, needing 89 pitches to get through the fifth. But he was effective enough to earn the victory. The only runs scored against Ross came on a two-run single from Joey Votto in the fifth inning. 

"The last few pitches at the end [of the fifth] were very good. Overall, his stuff was good. The slider was a little better than it was the last couple of outings," manager Bud Black said, per MLB.com.

Ross (3-5) has allowed three or fewer runs in 11 of his 12 starts this season. The win was his first in his last three starts. He's scheduled to make his next start on Wednesday in Atlanta.


Padres SP Tyson Ross takes another hard-luck loss on Saturday


by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer
(5/31/2015) Padres starter Tyson Ross was decent in his start on Saturday against the Pirates. In six innings, the right-hander yielded three runs (two earned) on seven hits. He walked two and struck out two, as his ERA was lowered to 3.76. But the Padres' offense was unable to solve Charlie Morton, as Ross picked up his fifth loss of the year.

Ross (2-5) allowed single runs in the first, second and sixth innings on Saturday, and allowed three stolen bases for the fourth time this season. He has posted quality starts in five of his last six outings.

He'll be in search of his third win of the season in his next start, scheduled for Friday in Cincinnati.



Padres SP Tyson Ross allows 10 hits in Monday's loss


by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(5/26/2015) Despite surrendering a season-high 10 hits during Monday's 4-3 loss to the Angels, Padres pitcher Tyson Ross received a no-decision for his effort.

Ross allowed three runs (two earned) on 10 hits over six innings of work. He struck out seven batters and walked one. He was in line for the loss, but the Padres tied the game in the seventh inning. Ross lowered his ERA from 3.93 to 3.84 ERA.

Ross (2-4) has not surrendered more than three runs in 9 of his 10 starts this season. His next expected start is scheduled for Saturday against the Pirates.


Padres' Tyson Ross strikes out eight in loss vs. Cubs


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(5/21/2015) Padres pitcher Tyson Ross took a loss on Wednesday after allowing three earned runs on four hits and three walks in seven innings while racking up eight strikeouts in his team's 3-2 defeat against the Cubs.

Ross (2-4) was able to keep his homerless streak alive, and though he has yet to allow a home run or more than three runs in any of his four May starts, he has just one win to show during that stretch. The Cubs were able to jump immediately on the board with an RBI groundout in the first inning then added a pair of runs in the fifth.

Ross owns a 3.93 ERA and 62:29 K:BB ratio in 52 2/3 innings. He's scheduled to square off with the Angels on the road on Monday.


Padres' Tyson Ross strikes out six in win vs. Nationals


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(5/15/2015) Padres pitcher Tyson Ross picked up a win on Thursday, giving up two earned runs on five hits and three walks in five-plus innings while striking out six in his team's 8-3 victory over Washington.

Ross (2-3) earned his first win in more than a month, but he did so in unconventional fashion. After retiring the first batter of the game, Ross had to sit for nearly two hours due to a lengthy rain delay. Padres manager Bud Black decided to stick with Ross, who was staked to a 7-0 lead by the end of the second inning and pitched into the sixth inning for the win.

Ross owns a 3.94 ERA and 54:26 K:BB ratio in 45 2/3 innings. He's scheduled to square off with the Cubs at home on Wednesday.


Padres push back starter Odrisamer Despaigne in rotation


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(5/10/2015) The Padres will use their off day Monday to push back starter Odrisamer Despaigne in the rotation, now going with Ian Kennedy in Game 1 of the Padres' series in Seattle on Tuesday and keeping James Shield (Wednesday) and Tyson Ross (Thursday) on regular rest, reports U-T San Diego.

Andrew Cashner would presumably start Friday on regular rest, leaving Despaigne to return to the rotation Saturday against the Nationals.

Despaigne struggled during his last start, giving up eight runs on 10 hits in five innings for a loss.

“We'll push him back, not skip,” Padres manager Bud Black said Sunday. “Pushing back is a little bit different than skipping. Skip means that we're putting someone else in.”

Despaigne was moved into the starting rotation from the bullpen when pitcher Brandon Morrow (shoulder) went on the disabled list May 3.


Padres starter Tyson Ross strikes out six in no-decision


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(5/10/2015) Padres pitcher Tyson Ross allowed two runs on five hits in six innings of work in San Diego's 6-4 win over the Diamondbacks in 12 innings, but did not factor into the decision.

Ross cruised through the first three innings of his start before finding trouble in the fourth. After allowing a single to Paul Goldschmidt, Ross gave up a triple to David Peralta for a run.

Then in the fifth with a man on second, Ross gave up a single to pitcher Chase Anderson to allow a run. Ross, who remains 1-3, moved his ERA to 3.98 in 40 2/3 innings of work.

He will look to get back on track Friday against the Nationals.


Padres P Tyson Ross goes 7 innings in loss to Giants


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(5/5/2015) Padres pitcher Tyson Ross gave up only two runs but earned a loss in Monday night's 2-0 defeat against the Giants. 

Ross went seven innings and struck out five batters. He surrendered seven hits and walked three batters. Ross now has an ERA of 4.15 for the season. 

Ross' next start is projected for Saturday against the Diamondbacks. 


Starting pitcher Tyson Ross takes loss in Padres' blowout loss


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(4/29/2015) Padres starter Tyson Ross (1-2) was battered for four runs on five hits in five innings to suffer the loss to the Astros on Tuesday.

Ross, who struck out nine in the defeat, allowed a two-run homer to Evan Gattis.

Ross returns to the mound on Monday in San Francisco.

Padres RHP Ross mediocre again in loss to Rockies


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(4/23/2015) Mediocrity continued to define the early-season performance of Padres starter Tyson Ross on Thursday in a loss to Colorado.

Ross needed 106 pitches to get through five innings, greatly because he walked four. He gave up two runs on six hits and fanned seven. A Corey Dickerson home run in the fifth played the biggest role in lowering his record to 1-1.

The right-hander has not pitched more than six innings in any game in 2015, though he hasn't performed poorly. He owns a 3.97 ERA, which he will try to lower Tuesday against Houston.


Padres SP Tyson Ross continues to rely on fastball-slider combo


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/23/2015) There is no denying Padres starting pitcher Tyson Ross loves relying on his slider. He threw the pitch 276 more times than any other pitcher in 2014 and has already thrown it 118 times through three starts this season, per U-T San Diego.

Ross is primarily a two-pitch starter since he doesn't throw a curveball and his changeup isn't a reliable pitch yet. Still, pitching coach Darren Balsley is fine with Ross throwing a high percentage of sliders.

“I’ll tell you why I don’t get concerned with him -- he still throws 60 percent fastballs,” Balsley said this spring. “The major league average is anywhere from 55 to 60. If he had a curveball and threw 20 percent curves and 20 percent sliders, he’d still be throwing 40 percent breaking balls, which a lot of guys do -- or offseason pitches in general. He might throw more changeups this year so it could limit the sliders he throws.

“But I look at it as a breaking ball is a breaking ball and he only has one. He’s basically a two-pitch pitcher right now.”


Wild Padres righty Tyson Ross lucky to get no-decision


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(4/18/2015) Padres right-hander Tyson Ross got plenty of swings-and-misses Saturday against the host Cubs, but that's about the only positive aspect of his outing.

Ross struck out nine in 5 2/3 innings, but he also blew a 2-0 lead, gave up three earned runs, walked five and allowed five hits, including a home run to Miguel Montero that knocked him out of the game. Only a late comeback by San Diego allowed Ross to escape defeat.

Now with 12 walks in 17 2/3 innings pitched this season, Ross will try to zero in on the plate when he pitches Thursday at Colorado.


Padres P Tyson Ross gives up three runs in win over Giants


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(4/12/2015) Padres starting pitcher Tyson Ross allowed three earned runs in Sunday's 6-4 win over the Giants. 

Ross gave up a run each in the second, third and sixth innings. He was aided by a Wil Nieves grand slam in the fourth. Ross gave up five hits in the outing. He struck out eight batters and walked four. 

"It's a grind and I didn't have my best stuff today, but I'm going to give it everything I've got," Ross said, via MLB.com. "The guys picked me up today."


Padres SP Tyson Ross goes six innings strong in no-decision


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(4/8/2015) Padres pitcher Tyson Ross went six innings strong, but was unable to factor into the decision Tuesday night against the Dodgers.

Ross, who made his season debut, tossed five scoreless innings before running into trouble in the sixth. He surrendered a run-scoring double to Adrian Gonzalez and a run-scoring single to Howie Kendrick. The right-hander permitted two earned runs on six hits and three walks while striking out four over six innings of work. Of his 90 pitches, 52 were strikes.

Ross will seek his first win of the season Sunday at home against San Francisco. He went 2-0 with a 2.70 ERA in two starts against the Giants last season.


Padres' Tyson Ross tosses three scoreless innings Thursday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(4/2/2015) Padres pitcher Tyson Ross allowed just two hits and one walk in three scoreless innings while striking out one in his team's 6-5 win over the Brewers Thursday.

"I fell like I made some strides down here," Ross said after the outing, per MLB.com. "I feel like I'm ready to go. It's April 2. I'm feeling healthy and I'm looking forward to the long haul of the season."

Ross closes out the spring with a 2.49 ERA and 25:8 K:BB ratio in 21 1/3 innings. He'll open the regular season with a road matchup against the Dodgers Tuesday.


Padres P Tyson Ross feeling good, ready for start of season


by Dave Peters | CBSSports.com
(3/28/2015) Padres pitcher Tyson Ross is feeling ready to get the season under way, according to the Press-Enterprise.

“Physically I felt good,” he said. “It’s been a good spring so far, another step in the right direction … I had a good feel for my sinker today and I was able to get some strikeouts with that, running it back away from right-handed hitters and not just using my slider.”

Ross is working on his changeup and he wants to use it more often.

“It’s kind of hard when the other pitches are working well, but it’s going to be a pitch I need to use the third time through the lineup, to get a little separation (in speed) off the fastball and slider,” he said. “I mixed in a couple today and I’m going to keep working it in.”

Manager Bud Black said that could be what he needs to get to the next level.

“It’s tough, because if you take a regular season game and he’s fighting like heck to keep the other team from scoring, you never want to get beat on your third or fourth pitch,” Black said. “The other two are so devastating, it’s tough not to go in that direction.”

On Saturday, the right-hander struck out 12 batters in six innings while giving up six hits and one run.

Ross, 27, has a career ERA of 3.70 with 416 stirkeouts and 186 walks in five years of play.


Padres pitcher Tyson Ross working slider into pitch selection


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(3/23/2015) Padres pitcher Tyson Ross tossed five scoreless innings Monday, notching five strikeouts and allowing just one hit. The biggest thing for Ross is working in his slider and offspeed pitches, which he used 41 percent of the time in 2014, reports U-T San Diego.

"I think it's just continuing to use it in the right situations and the ability to throw my fastball in the strike zone and put pressure on the hitters with the speed differential (between fastball and slider)," Ross said. "I'm not going to try and make (my slider) bigger, harder or nastier. I think just using it smarter can be a key."


Padres' Tyson Ross makes spring debut on the mound Sunday


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(3/8/2015) Padres pitcher Tyson Ross struggled a bit in his spring training debut Sunday. The right-hander labored through 45 pitches in one-plus inning of work against the Rockies. Manager Bud Black didn't sound too concerned after the game, according to UT San Diego.

"I thought his stuff was good," Black said. "Usual slider. He just pulled some fastballs out of the zone, glove side. He was just cutting himself off a little bit, not getting great extension or great finish."

Ross will use his off days to continue working on his delivery.

"I've been waiting all offseason to pitch," he said. "It's a long year, long spring, and today's just the first one. I've got tomorrow and the next four days to get better."


Padres' Tyson Ross may start throwing split-change more often


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(2/20/2015) Catcher Derek Norris joins the Padres after an offseason trade with the Athletics. He's reunited with former Athletics' pitcher Tyson Ross, and his knowledge of Ross could provide the starting pitcher with a new weapon. 

Norris told U-T San Diego's Dennis Lin that Ross has a split-change, that he used to throw more often while on the A's staff. 

"I think it's something we're going to be using a little more of," Norris said, "but obviously sparingly until he gets a good feel for it.


Padres' Tyson Ross, Yonder Alonso avoid arbitration


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(1/16/2015) Padres right-hander Tyson Ross and Yonder Alonso both avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year contracts, per the team's official website. Ross has settled for $5.25 million, per MLB.com. Alonso is set to make $1.65 million in 2015, per ESPN.

Ross registered a 2.81 ERA and 195 strikeouts over 195 2/3 innings last season. Alonso slashed .240/.285/.397 with seven homers and 27 RBI over 267 at-bats.