His all-time favorite baseball players are David Ortiz and Pedro Martinez.
Missed the 2021 season after undergoing “Tommy John” surgery in October 2020...returned to pitch for Cibao in the Dominican Winter League and made seven scoreless relief appearances (7ip, 2h, 1bb, 8k).
On the 10-day injured list from 9/1-9/10 with right forearm inflammation...Released by San Diego on 11/23.....signed as a free agent with Milwaukee on 12/22.
Spent the majority of the campaign with SD, setting career bests in appearances (47), ERA (4.00), opponent AVG (.252), OBP (.372), SLG (.372), OPS (.675), holds (7), games finished (13) and 1st-pitch strike percentage (68.8)...Began the season with El Paso (AAA) and was called up twice during the season (April 14 & May 26)…recorded his 1st professional save on April 12 at Reno and held opponents scoreless in 8 of his 11 outings...Made his season debut for the Padres on April 15 vs. COL in which he tossed 2.0 innings with 3 SO and 1 hit allowed to finish the game...Earned his 1st win of the season in his 2nd ML outing on April 27 at WSH, his 1st win since his start on April 6, 2018 at HOU…recorded his 2nd win of the season on August 19 at CIN...was saddled with his 1st loss of the season on July 3 vs. SF…3 of his 4 losses came at home and 3 losses came against divisional opponents...Gave up 3-or-more ER on 8 occasions, including a season-high 4 ER in 3 outings (last: Sept. 27 at ARI)...Over 14 games from May 29-June 30, he allowed just 2 runs (1 earned) in 21.0 IP (0.43 ERA) while limiting hitters to a .189 AVG...in August, he allowed just 1 ER in 13.1 IP for a 0.68 ERA, holding opponents to a .208 clip...Held a career-long 13.0-scoreless inning streak from June 9-July 3, tied with Dinelson Lamet for the 5th-longest scoreless streak by a Padres pitcher in 2019...Made 1 start for SD on June 9 vs. WSH, during which he gave up 1 run (unearned) on 2 hits in 3.1 IP…it was his 1st start since Sept. 26, 2018 at SF...Tossed a season-high 4.0 innings on July 28 vs. SF, his longest relief outing since tossing 5.2 innings on June 10, 2016 at COL, a career high as a relief pitcher…has recorded 7 career relief outings with 3.0 IP-or-more...Pitched 2.0 innings-or-more in 13 games and 3.0 inningsor-more in 5 outings…from July 16-28, he tossed at least 2.0 innings in 3 of his 5 outings in that time...Gave up a season-high 8 hits on July 28 vs. SF, his most since also giving up 8 hits on July 27, 2018 vs. ARI...Owned a 1.38 ERA (2 ER, 13.0 IP) in 9 games vs. the NL Central while limiting hitters to a .156/.208/.267 line...Gave up just 6 HR over 47 appearances, posting a careerbest 0.75 HR/9 rate…5 of his HR allowed came on the road...Pitched to a 3.00 ERA in 23 appearances at home as opposed to a 4.85 ERA in 24 games away from Petco Park...Relied on 4 pitches: sinker (54.2%), slider (34.5%), split finger (11%) and four seamer (0.3%)…opponents hit just .206 against his slider with 34 of his 55 SO…his splitter had a league-leading horizontal movement of 4.6 inches vs. the AVG...Induced 110 ground balls as a reliever, the 2nd-most among Padres relievers behind only Craig Stammen's 125 induced ground balls…his 53.0% GB rate led all Padres pitchers...Issued multiple BB on just 2 occasions in 2019 (July 13 vs. ATL and Aug. 28 vs. LAD)...Averaged 4.5 outs per game in relief, the most among Padres relievers and 3rd-most among NL relievers...Went 1-for-7 at the plate (.143) with an RBI and 2 SO…his lone hit came in his start on June 9 vs. WSH.
Split the campaign between El Paso (AAA) and SD, missing 33 games with a strained right shoulder...His first nine appearances of the season for SD were all starts, and upon his return from the DL on 9/3, he made two relief appearances and one start for his final outing on 9/26 at SF ... Posted a 1-6 record in 10 starts, owning a 7.38 ERA (35 ER, 42.2 IP) with a .335 opponent AVG...in his two appearances as a reliever, had a 0.00 ERA (0 ER, 2.0 IP) and a .143 opponent AVG...To begin the season, made four starts with the big-league club from 3/31-4/18, going 1-2 with a 8.36 ERA (13 ER, 14.0 IP) before being optioned to ELP...made 11 starts for ELP and allowed two runs-or-fewer in seven of his 11 outings...Recalled from ELP on 7/4 and made five starts from 7/4-22, going 0-4 with a 7.71 ERA (6 ER, 2.1 IP)...Placed on the 10-day DL with a right shoulder strain on 7/28 and was reinstated on 9/3...made two scoreless relief appearances (9/8 at CIN and 9/22 at LAD)...Tossed a first-pitch strike 63.0 percent of the time, the highest percentage in his career at the ML level...Both his HR percentage (1.84) and his HR/9 IP (0.81) were the best marks he posted in a single season... allowed four HR after facing 217 batters...Posted a 2.25 ERA on the road (6 ER, 24.0 IP) compared to a 12.63 ERA at home (29 ER, 20.2 IP)...his career 6.23 ERA since 2016 finished as the highest among all qualifying ML pitchers...Relied on five pitches sinker (45.5%), slider (26.5%), four-seamer (16.6%), split finger (11.4%) and curve (0.1%).
Set career highs in nearly every category in 2017 and ranked tied for the club lead in quality starts (16), tied for second in wins (eight), third in innings pitched (163.2) and fourth in strikeouts (118)... Led all NL pitchers with a 62.0 ground ball percentage, trailing only TOR's Marcus Stroman (62.9) in the majors...his 321 ground balls induced ranked fourth in the majors behind teammate Clayton Richard and Stroman's 377 and STL/SEA's Mike Leake's 326... Forced opponents to ground into 32 double plays, which ranked tied for first in the NL with teammate Clayton Richard and tied for second in the majors behind only Stroman's 34, despite throwing 37.1 innings less than Stroman…his 1.76 opponent ground GIDP/9 IP ratio ranked first in the majors... Became the first pitcher to hit four triples in a season since PHI's Robin Roberts in 1955…only three other pitchers had one triple in MLB in 2017, resulting in Perdomo having more triples in his 46 at-bats than all other MLB pitchers in their combined 4,534 at-bats... Strung together four quality starts from 4/28-5/15 and posted a 3.00 ERA (8 ER, 24.0 IP) with 26 SO to 6 BB... Recorded two extra-base hits for the first time in his career on 5/15 at MIL…his RBI triple in the second inning was the first triple of his career and he became the first Padre hurler to hit a three-bagger since Tyson Ross on 6/20/15 at ARI... With six no decisions to open the season, he had the most consecutive starts to begin a season without a decision in club history, surpassing Bob Owchinko's five consecutive starts in 1977 (STATS Inc.)... Tossed at least 6.0 IP while allowing two hits or less and no earned runs twice (5/31 vs. CHC and 6/23 vs. DET), one of only two Padres to record such an outing in 2017 (also, Jhoulys Chacin, 9/23 vs. COL)... Earned his first win in his 11th start of the season on 6/12 vs. CIN, working 6.2 innings of three-run ball…after going winless in his first 10 starts, only John D'Acquisto (12 starts without a win in 1977) has ever had a longer winless streak to start a season in Padres history (STATS)... Earned the win in three straight games (6/23-7/5), the longest such streak of his career and one of only three Padres to do so in 2017 (also: Chacin 7/20-8/1 and Lamet 7/23-8/5)…went 3-0 with a 2.76 ERA (5 ER, 16.1 IP)... Tossed at least 6.0 IP in 10 consecutive starts from 7/22-9/10, the most by a Padres hurler since James Shields tossed 6.0-plus innings in 14 straight from 9/9/15-5/25/16... Worked 5.0 innings-or-more in 26 of his 29 starts and 6.0 innings-or-more in 20 of his starts in 2017.
Set career highs in nearly every category and led all Padres starting pitchers in 2016 in wins (nine), innings pitched (146.2) and ranked second in strikeouts (105) and games started (20)...Tossed the only complete game by a Padres pitcher this season on 8/28 at Miami, working 9.0 innings of one-run ball, allowing six hits and three walks while striking out three in the team's 3-1 victory…induced five double play ground outs in the game...Became the first Padres rookie to toss a complete game since 2008 when Josh Banks did so on 5/31/08 at SF...Gave up three earned runs or less in 12 of his 18 starts after 6/15 and earned a quality start in 10 of his 20 starts on the season...Came in relief on 6/10 at COL and worked 5.2 innings, striking out seven…tying the second-longest relief outing in the Majors this year and the longest by a Padre reliever since Tim Stauffer also went 5.2 innings on 5/22/13 vs. STL...Worked scoreless ball in five of his 15 relief appearances with a 9.10 ERA (30 ER, 29.2 IP)...Made his Major League debut in the Padres first game of the season on 4/4 vs. LAD, allowing six earned runs in 1.0 inning pitched...Earned his first career win on 4/16 vs. ARI with a scoreless inning pitched in the Padres 14-inning win that night...Made his first career start on 5/14 at MIL, working 2.0 innings allowing two runs on four hits and two walks while striking out four in the team's eventual 8-7 victory...Earned his first career win as a starter against the Marlins on 6/15, working 6.0 innings allowing three runs on six hits and two walks while striking out four in the team's 6-3 victory...Over his 10 outings in July and August, went 5-4 and posted a 3.59 ERA (25 ER, 62.2 IP) with six quality starts.
Set career-highs in nearly every category, going a combined 6-12 with a 3.98 ERA (56 ER, 126.2 IP) and 118 strikeouts against 37 walks over 23 games, 22 starts, between Single-A Palm Beach and Single-A Peoria....Began the season with Peoria and went 5-9 with a 3.68 ERA (41 ER, 100.1 IP) and 100 strikeouts against 31 walks in 17 starts before earning a promotion to Palm Beach in August....In six games, five starts, for Palm Beach went 1-3 with a 5.13 ERA(15 ER, 26.1 IP) with 18 strikeouts against six walks....Named a Midwest League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star for Peoria....Represented the World Team in the 2015 MLB All-Star Futures Game, working 0.2 scoreless innings with one hit allowed and one strikeout for the World Team.