Brad Peacock

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  • B/T: R/R
  • 6' 1"/210
  • Age: 27

Brad Peacock 2015 Postseason Stats

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Brad Peacock Stats

0-1 5.40 5.0 3 1.40

Brad Peacock MLB Career Stats

11-16 4.69 232.0 203 1.47

Brad Peacock Bio

  • Full Name: Bradley J. Peacock
  • Born: 2/2/1988 in Palm Beach, FL
  • Draft: 2006, Washington Nationals, 41st rd. (1231st overall)
  • College: Palm Beach CC, FL
  • Debut: September 6, 2011
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2015 Stats 0 1 5.40 1 1 0 5.0 3 1.40
MLB Career Stats 11 16 4.69 50 41 0 232.0 203 1.47
  • Status: Disabled 60-Day

Brad Peacock Four-seam FB Statcast Averages

Year Team LG NP Pitch Type Avg Pitch Speed (mph) Avg Perceived Speed (mph) Avg Spin Rate (rpm) Avg Extension (feet) Avg Exit Velocity (mph)
2015 Astros AL 46 Four-seam FB 90.32 89.99 2230.00 6.19 84.00
MLB Avg - - - Four-seam FB 92.88 92.52 2212.00 6.16 89.92


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August 12, 2015 at 2:20 AM ET

Peacock has season-ending surgery

Astros right-handed pitcher Brad Peacock will miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery last week in Chicago to remove two bone spurs that were pinching a nerve near his spine.

July 28, 2015 at 9:40 PM ET

Deduno, Peacock likely out for season

Two lengthy disabled-list stints for Astros pitchers Samuel Deduno and Brad Peacock will likely be season-ending, manager A.J. Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow said Tuesday.


Brad Peacock Awards

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
2011 Harrisburg EAS

Baseball America Minor League All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Syracuse INT Organization All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Washington NL Double-A Best Single-Game Performer

Year Team League
2011 Harrisburg EAS Double-A Starting Pitcher of the Year

Year Team League
2011 Harrisburg EAS

Baseball America Double-A All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Harrisburg EAS

Topps Double-A All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Harrisburg EAS

EAS Pitcher of the Week

Week Team League
04/25/2011 Harrisburg EAS
05/16/2011 Harrisburg EAS

EAS Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Harrisburg EAS

EAS Pitcher of the Year

Year Team League
2011 Harrisburg EAS

EAS Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Harrisburg EAS

CAR Pitcher of the Week

Week Team League
07/12/2010 Potomac CAR

Brad Peacock Leaderboards

Bases on Balls

Season BB Rank
2014 70 7th in AL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2014 20 16th in AL

Brad Peacock Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
July 2, 2015 Houston Astros transferred RHP Brad Peacock from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list. Left intercostal strain
June 6, 2015 Houston Astros sent RHP Brad Peacock on a rehab assignment to Corpus Christi Hooks.
April 17, 2015 Houston Astros placed RHP Brad Peacock on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 15, 2015. Left intercostal strain
April 14, 2015 Houston Astros activated RHP Brad Peacock from the 15-day disabled list.
April 8, 2015 Houston Astros sent RHP Brad Peacock on a rehab assignment to Fresno Grizzlies.
April 1, 2015 Houston Astros placed RHP Brad Peacock on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to March 30, 2015. Recovering from October 2014 right hip surgery
August 6, 2014 Houston Astros recalled RHP Brad Peacock from Oklahoma City RedHawks.
July 27, 2014 Houston Astros optioned RHP Brad Peacock to Oklahoma City RedHawks.
August 4, 2013 Houston Astros recalled Brad Peacock from Oklahoma City RedHawks.
June 9, 2013 Houston Astros optioned Brad Peacock to Oklahoma City RedHawks.
May 28, 2013 Houston Astros recalled Brad Peacock from Oklahoma City RedHawks.
May 2, 2013 Houston Astros optioned Brad Peacock to Oklahoma City RedHawks.
February 4, 2013 Houston Astros traded SS Jed Lowrie and RHP Fernando Rodriguez to Oakland Athletics for 1B Chris Carter, RHP Brad Peacock and C Max Stassi.
October 12, 2012 Oakland Athletics recalled Brad Peacock from Sacramento River Cats.
September 3, 2012 Brad Peacock roster status changed by Sacramento River Cats.
August 27, 2012 Sacramento River Cats placed RHP Brad Peacock on the 7-day disabled list.
March 20, 2012 Oakland Athletics optioned RHP Brad Peacock to Sacramento River Cats.
December 23, 2011 Oakland Athletics traded LHP Gio Gonzalez and RHP Robert Gilliam to Washington Nationals for RHP A.J. Cole, RHP Brad Peacock, C Derek Norris and LHP Tommy Milone.
September 6, 2011 Washington Nationals selected the contract of Brad Peacock from Syracuse Chiefs.
July 14, 2011 Brad Peacock assigned to Syracuse Chiefs from Harrisburg Senators.
July 26, 2010 Brad Peacock assigned to Harrisburg Senators from Potomac Nationals.
July 29, 2009 Brad Peacock assigned to Potomac Nationals from Hagerstown Suns.

Bradley J. Peacock Bio Info

Graduated from Palm Beach (FL) Central High in 2006, where he played shortstop... drafted by Washington as a "draft and follow" after his senior season in the 41st round of the June 2006 draft, but did not sign immediately. Elected to attend Palm Beach Community College (currently known as Palm Beach State College), where he went 8-2 with 82 strikeouts in 75 innings with the Panthers... signed by Washington following that season...signed by Nats scout Tony Arango. IN THE COMMUNITY: During September of 2013, was part of a group of Astros players that visited Houston Fire Station 51 and handed out free lunches, signed jerseys, posed for photos and learned how to use firefighting equipment...Brad's father, Jerry, was a firefighter and a policeman for 31 years in Lake Worth, FL ... since his retirement in 2003, Jerry has traveled the country in both a utility trailer and motor home in order to watch all of Brad's games. Brad's mother, Jacyne, coached Brad's Little League team to a championship after becoming the first ever female Little League coach at Okeehelee Park (West Palm Beach, FL) ... the former softball player taught Brad the game when he was growing up. Peacock is a member of the "all-bird name" team, a group that includes Marlon Byrd, Robin Yount, Hawk Harrelson, Jesse Crain, Ducky Medwick, Goose Gossage, Sidd Finch, Trevor Crowe and Astros clubhouse assistant David "Tweety" Burd. Acquired by Houston from Oakland seven days before pitchers and catchers reported to Spring Training in 2013 as part of the return in the Jed Lowrie trade ... the Florida native was 600 miles into his drive to Oakland's Spring Training complex in Phoenix, AZ when he got the news. Made his debut on a Major League 40-man roster with Washington as a September callup in currently signed by Houston to a one-year contract for the 2014 season.


26-year-old started the year in the bullpen before making 24 starts in the Astros rotation...set career highs in appearances (28), starts (24), innings (131.2) and strikeouts (119)...aside from a three-start stretch from July 13-Aug. 6 in which he allowed 16 runs in 9.0 innings, posted a 4-5 record with a 3.58 ERA(45ER/113IP) and 101 strikeouts in his other 21 starts...posted a 4.50 ERA (61ER/122IP) in his 24 starting assignments as opposed to a 7.45 ERA (8ER/9.2IP) in his four appearances out of the bullpen...made the Opening Day roster for the second straight year, this time out of the bullpen...was slotted into the rotation on April 20...missed a start on May 24 with forearm soreness...was scratched from a start on June 21 at TB with a stomach illness...optioned to Triple A on July 27...recalled from Triple A on Aug. 6...scratched from a start on Sept. 14 with lower back tightness...made his first relief appearance of the season on April 3 vs. NYY...allowed one run in his 3.1 innings, striking out four...tied for the longest relief outing of his career (also June 8, 2013, at KC)...went 3.0 innings and struck out four batters again in his next relief outing on April 7 vs. LAA...joined RHP J.R. Richard (1973) as the only Astros pitchers to throw at least 3.0 innings with four strikeouts in each of their first two relief outings to start a season...tossed 2.2 innings with two strikeouts in his next appearance on April 11 at TEX...became one of just seven Houston relievers to start a season with three consecutive multi-inning, multi-strikeout games, and the first since RHP Larry Andersen (1990)...was moved into the starting rotation on April 20 at OAK, taking the spot of the DFA'd RHP Lucas Harrell...was one of four pitchers vying for the final two rotation spots during Spring Training...went on to post a 3.89 ERA (32ER/74IP) over his first 13 starts of the season...on May 12 vs. TEX, struck out a career-high 11 batters over 6.0 innings, besting his previous career high of 10 strikeouts set on Aug. 4, 2013, at MIN... allowed two earned runs or less in each of his last six starts of the season from Aug. 22-Sept. 26, which was the longest such streak of his career...went 1-1 with a 2.12 ERA (7ER/29.2IP) and 30 strikeouts over that six-start stretch...put up a 2.33 ERA (5 ER/19.1IP) in September, the lowest ERA he has had in any month of his career (min. four games)...made one start during his brief stint at Triple A...allowed three runs on seven hits and one walk in 5.2 innings, striking out five in a 7-3 win over Round Rock on July 29


Rookie starter made 18 appearances (14 starts) across three stints with the Astros...came on strong at the end of the year, posting a 4-3 record and a 3.67 ERA (25ER/61.1IP) in his final 12 MLB games (nine starts)...held right-handed hitters to a .184 (26x141) average, which ranked ninth in the AL (min. 125 AB)...picked up four of his five wins in road games and all five in night his MLB career, six of his seven wins have come in road games and all seven have come in night games...the Astros finished their season with four rookie starters pitching well after July 12...over that time frame, Paul Clemens, Jarred Cosart, Brett Oberholtzer and Peacock combined for a 2.70 ERA (63ER/209.2IP) in their 35 starts during that span... began the year as the Astros No. 4 starter and made five turns in the rotation (1-3, 8.44) before being moved to the bullpen for one outing (3ER/0.2IP) ...optioned to Triple A OKC on May 1 and made four starts for the RedHawks (1-2, 4.98)...recalled on May 28, made three relief appearances, and was optioned again on June 8 ... posted a 5-0 record and a 1.88 ERA (12ER/57.1IP) over 10 apps. (nine starts) for OKC before his final recall on Aug. 4 ... was reinserted into the Astros rotation on Aug. 4 and since that date he went 4-3 with a 3.64 ERA (22ER/54.1IP) and six quality starts in his nine appearances...allowed just a .216 (44x204) opponent's batting average within that time frame, including a .157 (13x83) mark against right-handed hitters...fanned 54 hitters over those last 54.1 innings pitched ... in his first start back with the Astros on Aug. 4 at MIN, tossed a career-high 7.0 innings while recording a career-high 10 strikeouts ... tied as the most strikeouts by an Astros pitcher in 2013 in a single game...marked the most strikeouts by an Astros rookie since RHP Roy Oswalt fanned 12 on Sept. 9, 2001 vs. MIL..went 6-2 with a 2.73 ERA (24ER/79IP) in 14 games (13 starts) for OKC...allowed just a .226 (65x288) opponent's batting average, including a .183 (26x142) mark against left-handed his final stint with the RedHawks before getting recalled to Houston, was one of the top pitchers in the entire PCL...over 10 outings from June 13-July 29, Peacock ranked tied for first in the league in wins (5), second in innings pitched (57.1), tied for third in strikeouts (49), fourth in ERA (1.88) and fifth in WHIP (1.05)...had 49 strikeouts and 12 walks over that span...pitched his way into the starting rotation in Spring Training after posting a 2.78 ERA (7ER/22.2IP) in eight appearances, including four starts...over his final five appearances, posted a 0.94 ERA (2ER/19IP) ... did not allow a homer in his 22.2 innings pitched during the Spring...was one of five players to throw at least 20 innings during Spring Training without allowing a homer...entered the season ranked by as the Astros No. 10 prospect.

2012 Spent his first season in the A's organization at Triple A Sacramento, registering a 12-9 mark in 28 games, 25 starts...had career-highs in games and matched his high in games started...his 12 wins were the most in the A's farm system and tied for fourth in the PCL...also ranked fourth in the A's farm system in strikeouts (139) and eighth in innings pitched (134.2)...ranked third in the PCL in strikeouts per nine innings (9.10) and seventh in strikeouts...led Sacramento in wins, losses, innings pitched, hits, runs, earned runs, home runs, walks and strikeouts and tied for the team lead in games started...allowed a .275 opponents batting average, including .273 (74x271) by right-handed hitters compared to .278 (73x263) by left-handers...opponents hit .274 with the bases empty, .277 with runners on and .277 with runners in scoring position...yielded a .217 average with RISP and two outs...went 6-3 with a 4.14 ERA and .213 opponents average in 10 games, including seven starts, after the break...was 11-8 with a 5.85 ERA in his 25 starts, 1-1 with a 8.10 ERA in three relief appearances. 2011 Was named Washington's Minor League Pitcher of the Year and Eastern League Pitcher of the Year to earn a September call-up with the Nationals...went 2-0 with a 0.75 ERA in three games, two starts, in his Major League debut...held the opposition to a .167 batting average but issued six walks in 12.0 innings...his debut came in relief Sept. 6 against Los Angeles (1.1 ip, 4 h, 1 r, 1 er, 1 bb, 0 so)...entered the game in the sixth inning with a 3-0 lead and runners on first and second with one out...allowed both of the runs to score plus one of his own for the blown save...did not allow a run in either of his two starts for a season-ending 11.1-inning scoreless streak...his first start came Sept. 14 at New York (NL) when he combined on a four-hit, 2-0 shutout for his first ML win...tossed 5.0 innings, allowed two hits and fanned Josh Satin to leadoff the third inning for his first strikeout...also won his second start Sept. 22 at Philadelphia, tossing 5.2 shutout innings in a 6-1 Nationals win...became the first pitcher to earn the win in the first two starts of his career, both on the road, and not allow a run while doing so since Vaughn Eshelman did it for Boston in 1995...was named the Nationals' number three prospect by Baseball America following the season and the A's number two prospect following the trade.

MINORS: Combined to go 15-3 with a 2.39 ERA and .188 opponents batting average in 25 games, 23 starts, with Double-A Harrisburg and Triple-A Syracuse...struck out 177 batters in 146.2 innings, an average of 10.86 per nine innings...walked 47 for a strikeout to walk ratio of 3.77...surrendered just nine home runs (0.55 per nine innings)...tied for second in Minor League Baseball in wins and ranked seventh in strikeouts...had the fourth lowest opponents batting average among full season minor leaguers and ranked 11th in ERA...was named to the Baseball America Minor League All-Star Team... had minor league career-highs in wins and strikeouts...his .188 opponents batting average broke down to .163 (42 for 257) against left-handed hitters compared to .211 (56 for 265) against right-handers... yielded a .184 batting average and .243 on-base percentage to batters leading off an of the nine home runs he allowed were solo shots...was a perfect 10-0 with a 2.45 ERA in 13 games, 12 starts, on the road...posted a 1.66 ERA over the first four innings of a game, 3.86 after that...his teams were 18-5 (.783) in his starting assignments...tossed six or more innings in 12 of his 23 starts, allowed two runs or fewer 17 times and walked two batters or fewer 17 times...had five starts where he yielded just one hit...began the season at Harrisburg where he went 10-2 with a 2.01 ERA in 16 games, 14 starts... tied for fifth in the Eastern League in wins and was named to the league's Midseason and Postseason All- Star teams...was also named to the Topps and Baseball America Double-A All-Star team...lost his first outing of the season, a relief appearance April 11 against New Britain...then compiled a seven-game winning streak...posted a 1.97 ERA during the streak, which spanned eight starts from April 17 to May 25...was named Eastern League Pitcher of the Week twice during the streak...the first time was for the week of April 18-24 after tossing a season-high 7.1 shutout innings (3 h, 0 bb, 9 so) in a 3-2 win over Trenton April 22...was honored the second time for the week of May 9-15 after striking out a seasonhigh 14 in a 5-2 win at Richmond May 13 (7.0 ip, 5 h, 1 r, 1 er, 1 bb)...fanned 10 batters in 6.0 innings in his next start, a 7-2 win at Binghamton May 21...allowed just one hit in the game, a solo home run... had his winning streak snapped June 12 against Akron, despite striking out 10 batters in 6.1 innings... tossed his lone complete game of the season June 18 at Altoona, a seven-inning four-hitter in a 6-3 win (1 bb, 7 so)...did not allow a run in back-to-back starts June 24 against Altoona (6.2 ip) and June 28 at Richmond (5.2 ip)...then allowed one unearned run in 6.0 innings in his final Double-A start July 4 against Erie...was selected to pitch in the Futures Game and tossed 1.0 scoreless innings in the contest July 10 at Chase Field as part of MLB's All-Star celebration...was transferred to Triple-A Syracuse July 14 and went 5-1 with a 3.19 ERA in nine starts with the Chiefs...was the losing pitcher in his first start, allowing a season-high seven runs in 4.1 innings against Lehigh Valley July 16...then went 5-0 with a 2.06 ERA over his final eight starts...allowed one hit in back-to-back starts July 27 against Colorado Springs (7.0 ip) and Aug. 2 at Toledo (4.0 ip)...tossed 7.0 shutout innings and allowed just one hit Aug. 18 against Gwinnett but walked a season-high tying five batters and had a no decision in a 1-0 loss.
2010 Pitched for two different teams in the Nationals farm system for the third consecutive season and combined for a 6-11 record and a 4.50 ERA in 26 games, 25 starts, with Single-A Potomac and Double-A Harrisburg...led Washington's farm system with 148 strikeouts...118 of those came with Potomac, which tied for second in the Carolina League...his 25 starts were a career-high...averaged 9.38 strikeouts per nine innings and, with 47 walks, had a strikeout to walk ratio of 3.15...allowed a .259 opponents batting average, which included a .238 mark against right-handed hitters compared to .286 against left-handers...opponents hit .231 with the bases empty, .301 with runners on...yielded a .348 average with runners in scoring position and two outs...his teams were 10-15 (.400) in his starting assignments...tossed six or more innings in seven of his 25 starts, allowed two runs or fewer 11 times and walked two batters or fewer 15 times...was rated as the Nationals 10th-best prospect by Baseball America following the season...began the season at Potomac and went 4-9 with a 4.44 ERA in 19 games, 18 starts...was 4-5 with a 3.65 ERA in 13 games at home compared to 0-4 with a 6.44 ERA in six starts on the road...allowed just two first inning runs in his 18 starts (1.00 ERA)...surrendered at least one home run in each of his first five starts (six home runs total), going 0-3 with a 5.61 ERA over that stretch...including April 20 against Frederick when he struck out a season-high 10 batters in 5.0 innings... snapped his season-opening losing streak by combining on a seven-hit shutout in a 4-0 win over Myrtle Beach...tossed 6.0 innings and allowed four of the hits...allowed a season-high 11 hits in 5.1 innings in his only relief appearance, May 11 against Winston Salem...took the loss in that game to begin a five-game losing streak (4.89 ERA)...was 1-8 with a 4.74 ERA over his first 13 games, 12 starts...then went 3-1 with a 2.03 ERA over his next four starts...including July 5 against Wilmington when he tossed a nine-inning complete game shutout...allowed just five hits and walked one while striking out four to earn Carolina League Pitcher of the Week honors for the week of July 5-11...allowed six runs in 2.2 innings in his final start with Potomac July 23 at Winston-Salem...was transferred to Harrisburg July 26, where he posted a 2-2 record and 4.66 ERA in seven starts...walked three or more batters in each of his starts, issuing 22 free passes in 38.2 innings (5.12 per nine innings)...tossed 7.0 shutout innings in his first start July 28 at New Hampshire but had a no decision in the Senators 1-0 loss in 11 innings...yielded a season-high seven runs in 4.1 innings Aug. 10 against Binghamton...tossed 7.0 shutout innings and allowed just one hit Aug. 17 against Erie but had another no decision in a 4-3, 10-inning loss...made one relief appearance during the Eastern League playoffs and tossed 2.0 scoreless innings without allowing a hit (1 bb, 3 so)...pitched for Scottsdale in the Arizona Fall League and was 0-0 with a 4.50 ERA in nine relief appearances...struck out 17 and walked just three in 12.0 innings. 2009 Combined for an 8-11 record and a 4.14 ERA in 27 games, 24 starts, with Washington's two Single-A affiliates at Hagerstown and Potomac...had minor league career-highs in games and innings pitched (147.2)...allowed a .266 opponents batting average, including .247 against left-handed hitters and .282 against right-handers...opponents hit .219 when leading off an inning but he allowed a .300 average with runners in scoring position...his teams were 11-13 (.458) in his starting assignments... tossed six or more innings in 11 of his 24 starts, allowed two runs or fewer 11 times and walked two batters or fewer 21 times...began the season with Hagerstown and went 0-4 with a 4.50 ERA over his first eight starts...picked up his first win May 30 at Hickory...allowed a season-high seven runs in 5.0 innings in an 8-1 loss at Greensboro July 8...then went 3-0 with a 1.69 ERA over his final three starts before being promoted to Potomac July 29...went 3-3 with a 4.34 ERA in eight games, seven starts, with the Nationals...struck out a season-high nine batters in 5.2 innings in his first start, July 29 against Myrtle Beach...tossed a season-high 8.0 innings Aug. 25 at Myrtle Beach and allowed just one run on three hits for the win. 2008 Began the season at Single-A Hagerstown and went 0-5 with a 9.09 ERA in eight starts before he was sent back to extended spring training May 19...joined Vermont of the New York-Penn League (Rookie) when its season began in mid-June and went 4-8 with a 3.12 ERA in 14 starts for the Lake Monsters...was 4-12 with a 4.97 ERA in 22 starts overall...the losses were a career-high as were his two complete games...allowed a .251 opponents batting average, which included a .225 mark against right-handed hitters and .284 against left-handers...yielded a .324 average with runners in scoring position at Hagerstown but that dropped to .238 with Vermont...after going 0-5 with Hagerstown, he won his first start with Vermont June 17...went 3-1 with a 2.36 ERA over his first six starts with the Lake Monsters...capped that stretch with his first complete game, a seven-inning four-hitter in a 4-1 win at Oneonta July 21 (1 r, 0 er, 0 bb, 4 so)...then lost each of his next five decisions (4.88 ERA)...snapped the losing streak with his second complete game, a seven-inning seven-hitter in a 5-3 win at Oneonta Sept. 1 (3 r, 2 er, 2 bb, 4 so). 2007 Made his professional debut with the Nationals affiliate in the Gulf Coast Rookie League and was 1-1 with a 3.89 ERA in 13 games, seven starts...surrendered just one home run in 39.1 innings... allowed a .242 opponents batting average, which broke down to .228 against right-handed hitters and .279 against left-handers...opponents hit .194 when leading off an inning...was 1-0 with a 4.70 ERA in his six relief appearances compared to 0-1 with a 3.38 ERA in seven starts...made his professional debut in relief June 20 at the Cardinals affiliate (2.0 ip, 1 h, 1 r)...his first start was a no decision in a 8-5 loss to the Marlins (4.0 ip, 3 h, 2 bb, 5 so)...his first win came in relief Aug. 8 against the Dodgers when he tossed 3.0 scoreless innings (1 h, 2 bb, 3 so).