Colin was added to the 40-man roster, November 4, 2019...signed a one-year minor league contract with an invitation to Spring Training in January of 2019...has gone 7-7 with a 4.69 ERA (70 ER/134.1 IP) in 26 major league contests, all but one as a starter...Has gone 43-42 with a 3.76 ERA (295 ER/707.0 IP) in 168 minor league games, including 134 starts...named a mid-season All-Star in 2015 (Texas League) and 2019 (Pacific Coast League)...was the PCL Pitcher of the Year in 2019...was a MLB All-Star Futures Game selection in 2015...Missed the 2017 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery on November 11, 2016...appeared in 18 minor league games in 2018 (made season debut May 22)...last pitched in the majors in 2016...Has spent most of his career in the Padres system...was traded to Miami, July 29, 2016, and appeared in one game before being traded back to San Diego three days later, August 1...Attended University of Northern Iowa, St. Petersburg College (FL) and Indiana State University...was selected by San Diego in the 12th round of the 2011 draft...Graduated from Cascade (Iowa) High School...was first team All-State as a senior
Colin had one of the best seasons by a pitcher in Triple-A Iowa franchise history, going 14-4 with a 3.95 ERA (65 ER/148.0 IP) in 26 starts and earning Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Year honors...Became just the second I-Cub to win PCL Pitcher of the Year...he tied the franchise record with 14 wins, the most by any pitcher in the PCL since 2016...Led the league in wins, while ranking second in ERA, fourth in strikeouts and opponents average (.255), fifth in innings pitched and sixth in WHIP (1.36)...Recorded three scoreless outings of at least 7.0 innings...pitched a season-high 8.0 innings, July 15 vs. Oklahoma City, allowing two runs.
Colin made his season debut May 22 with Double-A San Antonio ... appeared in 18 games between San Antonio and Triple-A El Paso, going a combined 3-5 with a 5.73 ERA (48 ER/75.1 IP) ... Posted a 1.80 ERA (4 ER/20.0 IP) in his final five outings beginning July 30 ... struck out a season-high 10 batters in 5.0-scoreless innings, July 30 at Oklahoma City.
Missed the entire season recovering from Tommy John surgery on his right arm on 11/11/16.
Set career highs in every category, including wins (five), games started (19), innings pitched (102.2) while pitching to a 4.82 ERA (55 ER, 102.2 IP)...Allowed three earned runs or less in seven of his eight starts from 4/13-5/22, posting a 3-2 record with a 3.72 ERA (19 ER, 46.0 IP) while limiting the opposition to a .231 (40-for-173) average...The Padres were 11-8 in his 19 starts this season...Traded to the Miami Marlins in a seven player trade on July 29 and reacquired on August 1 from the Marlins in exchange for RHP Luis Castillo...Missed the final 58 games of the season on the 15-day DL with right elbow soreness ...underwent Tommy John surgery on 11/11...Entered 2016 as the No. 4 prospect in the Padres organization by ESPN.com and MLB.com and No .7 by Baseball America.
Made his Major League debut for San Diego with six starts after going a combined 5-4 with a 1.95 ERA (22 ER, 101.2 IP) and 80 strikeouts against 23 walks with a .210 opponent in average over 18 starts between Double-A San Antonio and Triple-A El Paso…His 1.95 ERA in the minors ranked as fifth-best of any minor leaguer with at least 100.0 innings pitched in 2015…Began the season with Double-A San Antonio and went 3-2 with a 1.08 ERA (9 ER, 75.0 IP) and 60 strikeouts against 11 walks with a .185 opponents average over 12 starts…named a Texas League Mid-Season All-Star for the Missions…his ERA at the time of his promotion to Triple-A on 7/3 was leading the Texas League…Promoted to El Paso on 7/3, making six starts for the Chihuahuas and going 2-2 with a 4.39 ERA (13 ER, 26.2 IP) before being selected by San Diego for his first career Major League call-up on 8/11…Selected to represent the Padres for the U.S. Team at the 2015 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Great American Ball Park on 7/12, recording the final two outs of the game with one strikeout…Made his Major League debut for the Padres on 8/11, recording the win after working 5.0 innings and allowing three runs against the Reds…recorded his first career Major League hit in his first plate appearance with a single off of Michael Lorenzen…Made his final start of the season on 9/8 vs. COL, throwing 7.0 shutout innings, allowing just two hits.